Born: December 18, 1897 | Died: December 28, 1952
The bands Fletcher Henderson led in the 1920s and 1930s were vitally significant incubators of new developments in jazz. Henderson played a key role in bringing improvisatory jazz styles from New Orleans and other areas of the country to New York, where they merged with a dance-band tradition that relied heavily on arrangements written out in musical notation. The new music that developed at Henderson's hands and under his mentorship allowed the composer's art to flourish, yet left room for the improvisatory talents of individual jazz soloistsstriking a balance that has influenced jazz ever since....
Source: James Nadal
The Harmony & Vocalion Sessions Volume 2 1927-1928Timeless Records
Sugar Foot StompTimeless Records
The Harmony & Vocalion Sessions Volume 1 1925-1926Timeless Records
The QuintessenceTimeless Records
1924 / 1927Timeless Records
Swing 1929 To 1937Timeless Records
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