Carl Hilding Severinsen. The University Of Kansas Brass Choir Featuring The Trumpet Of Carl "Doc" Severinsen Concert - 1965-1966 (LP, Album).
Carl Hilding Severinsen.
Redirected from Carl "Doc" Severinsen). Carl Hilding "Doc" Severinsen (born July 7, 1927) is an American jazz trumpeter who led the band for The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson. Severinsen was born in Arlington, Oregon, the son of Minnie Mae Severinsen (1897–1998) and Carl Severinsen (1898–1972). He was nicknamed Doc after his father, the only dentist in Arlington. His father played violin and wanted him to play, too, but Severinsen wanted to play trombone.
The University Of Kansas Brass Choir - 1965-1966 MP3 version.
DOC SEVERINSEN Trumpet FULL CONCERT APRIL 14, 2018 Sherman Jazz festival (2018). 70. Allan Dean - Brass Chats Episode 26 (2016). Bobby Shew & Carl Saunders Trumpetworld Trumpet World (2012). 71. Bobby Shew "My One and Only Love" (2011). Fantasy for Trumpet (Movement 3 - Celebration featuring Dave Bilger, Trumpet) - Bert Truax (2016). 78. Trumpet Call (2014).
Severinsen certainly had a well-developed high-note range with an incredible amount of control and melodic sense. In the 1960s, Severinsen also recorded with the Clarke/Boland Big Band and the Thad Jones/Mel Lewis band. Severinsen was also the second trumpeter whose recording of the fanfare "Abblasen", composed by Gottfried Reiche, has been used as the theme for the CBS News program Sunday Morning. In February 2012, the group was called on short notice to replace an ailing Marvin Hamlisch at a concert with the Nashville Symphony. In 2014, Doc Severinsen was inducted into the n Hall of Fame along with Discovery Channel's Deadliest Catch's Sig Hansen and famed singer, Bobby Vee. In March, 2016, Severinsen appeared with the Alabama Symphony Orchestra as conductor and soloist.
Derek Watkins, the trumpet Legend. Bill Champlin & Wunderground. Tonight Show bandleader Doc Severinsen, Vanessa Thomas, Byron Stripling and the Elmhurst College Jazz Band will headline the College's June Jazz festival. .
Octogenarian bandleader Doc Severinsen has somehow added new fire to his legendary power and vibrancy in a sizzling coalition that melds Latin gusto with jazz zest. The trumpeter, who will be 86 on July 7, 2013, delivered pyrotechnical proficiency and sustained ending-phrase notes as strongly as his younger horn players. Severinsen played much of the concert seated, standing to deliver his longer solos. The vivacious leader's energy level was undiminished during the band's second hour-long concert of the evening, despite spending most of the break between shows signing CDs and chatting with patrons. Still favoring the flashy fashions of his 30 years with the Tonight Show band, he chose purple leather pants and a neon-orange shirt beneath a wildly patterned sport coat.
|A2||Intrada, Courante, Ball, Gigue|
|A3||Sri Mersin-Malaysian Folk Song|
|A4||Dharma Budhunge (Ode To The Sacred City)|
|B2||Autumn In New York|
|B3||El Gato Triste|
- Directed By – Kenneth Bloomquist
- Trumpet – Doc Severinsen