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  1. Mar 01,  · In the Purple Grotto By Mary Lou Williams Trio. • 1 song, Play on Spotify. 1. In the Purple Grotto - Mary Lou Williams Trio. Featured on Mary Lou Williams the First Lady in Jazz. More by Mary Lou Williams Trio. Roll 'Em. Drive In Classics, Vol The Mary Lou Williams Collection More Mary Lou Williams Music Duration: 3 min.
  2. Pianist, composer, and arranger Mary Lou Williams () is often referred to as the First Lady of Jazz in the annals of American music history. Williams was a highly respected musician in her day whose repertoire spanned several seminal jazz styles, from boogie-woogie to bebop, and she was an integral member of what became known as the.
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  4. WILLIAMS MARY LOU ELFRIEDA WINN SGRUGGS BURLEY (P) Atlanta, Georgia. 8/5/ - Durham, North Carolina. 28/5/ Cresciuta a Pittsburg ha iniziato a suonare l’organo della madre. Musicista molto precoce, difatti a sette anni ha dato già dei concerti in pubblico all'Università di Pittsburgh. Si è diplomata a quindici anni ed ha iniziato a lavorare nel.
  5. Mary Lou Williams (born Mary Elfrieda Scruggs; May 8, – May 28, ) was an American jazz pianist, arranger, and composer. She wrote hundreds of compositions and arrangements and recorded more than one hundred records (in 78, 45, and LP versions). Williams wrote and arranged for Duke Ellington and Benny Goodman, and she was friend, mentor, and teacher to Thelonious Monk, Charlie .
  6. The long-awaited reissue of Mary Lou Williams's magnum opus of religious jazz: Mary Lou's Mass. Newsweek called the score "an encyclopedia of black music, richly represented from spirituals to bop to rock." This is Williams's "Music for Peace," a landmark recording which addressed many of the social ills of the s and 70s.
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  8. (Pittsburgh ), Music for Peace (Columbia University ) and Mary Lou's Mass (Saint Patrick's Cathedral ). Some music arrived clearly stating its original intended use. (For example, the parts for Williams' first Mass were located in envelopes marked "Mass I" and often the music bears Williams' notations "Pittsburgh Mass" or a date is.
  9. Jan 01,  · This is a CD of a record album recorded in the 50s. On one side of the record was the Barbara Carroll trio, on the other side the Mary Lou Williams trio. There are no bonus cuts, but it was originally long for a record. Barbara Carroll does not sing on her side, it's solely instrumental, and includes some very fine piano playing from her/5(8).

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