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During World War II, while playing for Allied troops with the USO and its British equivalent, she met her husband, Chicago cornetist Jimmy McPartland.
In a saturated market everybody who wants cable/satellite Tv already gets it there's no way for cornetist and Dish Network to protect their margins but to raise prices.
Born in England, she married Chicago jazz cornetist Jimmy McPartland after the two met while performing at USO shows in World War II.
Helmholtz in a loud tenor, singing the first-cornet part when the first cornetist, florid and perspiring, gave up and slouched in his chair, his instrument in his lap.
The story was originally a novel written by Dorothy Parker 12 years earlier, which was based on the life story of pioneering jazz cornetist Bix Beiderbecke.
Brother Richard Sudhalter is an established jazz author and cornetist, while her father Albert Sudhalter plays the saxophone and violin.
Everyone liked John (Johnny) Lawrence, cornetist with the Merseysippi, now the oldest jazz band in the world.
Cornetist Polcer and his jazz all-stars play a Jazz Club of Sarasota concert, at 7:30 p.
But along the way we also catch glimpses of the greats: cornetist Keppard, bandleader James Reese Europe, saxophonist Sidney Bechet.
The California Ramblers is the band with which Rollini was most associated at the beginning of his career, but most of his recordings were made with various impromptu studio groups, like Red Nichols and his Five Pennies or Miff Mole and his Little Molers (effectively the same band, recording alternately under the names of cornetist Nichols or trombonist Mole).