About the show
Playing tracks by
Hubert Laws, Jayson Lindh, Nathan Davis, Eric dolphy, Byard Lancaster and more.
The flute was not widely used in early jazz, although some ragtime arrangements call for it. The timbre and the limited dynamic range of the instrument and its associations with classical music caused it to be perceived as unsuitable to big band ensembles and unable to swing convincingly. Among the earliest jazz flute recordings is "Shootin' the Pistol," performed by Cuban clarinettist and bandleader Alberto Socarras with the Clarence Williams band in 1927. The first jazzman to make extensive use of the flute was Wayman Carver. He recorded flute solos with Benny Carter and with Spike Hughes in 1933, and played and recorded with the Chick Webb band for several years, soloing on flute on tracks such as "Sweet Sue", "Down Home Rag" and "I Got Rhythm".
But I didn't select any of these... http://dickdalaise.blogspot.be/2013/10/mojazz-92-flutearelyfloot.html