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Ernie Tomasso - King of the Clarinet flac album

Ernie Tomasso - King of the Clarinet flac album

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Performer: Ernie Tomasso
Title: King of the Clarinet
Released: 1969
Style: Music Hall
Category: Pop
Rating: 4.8 ✦
Other format: DXD MPC AHX MP1 MP3 DMF ADX

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At Honor Reclaims Boston he, Alex Payne and Ernie Osiris lost a dark match to Bobby Dempsey, Grizzly Redwood and Rhett Titus. Ciampa appeared in dark matches for Ring of Honor in both 2007 and 2009. Ciampa (center) with Ernie Osiris (left) and Prince Nana (right) as part of The Embassy in 2011.

Enrico Tomasso has been exposed to the best of jazz from when he was born and started playing the trumpet at age five. His father, fine jazz clarinettist Ernie Tomasso, passed on a lifetime of jazz-study and took him to meet many of the jazz greats when they toured Europe and in America. Nowadays Enrico is considered one of the top jazz trumpeters on the jazz scene.

One of the Sunday evening sets was entitled "Rico's Louis". Tomasso recalled that his father decided to welcome Louis at the airport with a musical trio, trumpet (Enrico), clarinet (Ernie) and accordion (Enrico's brother, Peter), but Peter was not allowed to play "for security reasons". Enrico liked to tell his brother he was barred for musical reasons, not security.

Photo Shows: Louis Satchmo Armstrong listens as 9 year old fan Enrico Tomasso serenades him at London Airport yesterday. E11AND from Alamy's library of millions of high resolution stock photos, illustrations and vectors.

The clarinet family is comprised of a number of similar instruments. The first record of a bass clarinet comes from France toward the end of the eighteenth century.


A1 Modern Waltzes
B2 Foxtrots