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Roger Rosenberg: Baritonality

Read "Baritonality" reviewed by Raul d'Gama Rose


Even in the day when the sound of baritone voices like Ernie Cacares, Harry Carney, Charlie Fowlkes and Joe Temperley streaked across the sonic stratosphere, solos were graceful, granular and short. It was only when Cecil Payne, Gerry Mulligan,, Pepper Adams and a handful of other players up until Hamiet Bluiett,, John Surman and Howard Johnson began to growl and bellow loudly that significant soloing on the baritone horn came to be featured at length. Bluiett also developed a significant ...

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Roger Rosenberg: Baritone Madness

Read "Roger Rosenberg: Baritone Madness" reviewed by John Coltelli


It was a late morning in a junior high school located in Long Beach, New York when a lonely, rarely used baritone saxophone chose an adolescent student named Roger Rosenberg as its sole and rightful owner. Moved by his music teachers' offer that whoever was willing to learn the instrument could own it, the youthful student approached the large, foreboding hunk of brass, got behind it and mysteriously felt quite comfortable and at home with it. “I jumped on the ...


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