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  1. KING His And WAYNE LP Vinyl 12" MCA Orchestra BAND Moonlight Record By ‎– BRASS BRASS Record ‎– By KING Orchestra 12" BAND Vinyl MCA His Moonlight WAYNE And LP. $ Sale TED WEEMS AND HIS ORCHESTRA Nola B/W Moonlight (U.S. 10inch) TED WEEMS AND.
  2. Jazz Musician. He was an orchestra leader who was called "The King of Jazz" in his time. One of the first to combine jazz and orchestral stylings, he performed on his own radio program from to , and his success allowed him to introduce and employ many renown jazz musicians and singers such as The Dorsey Brothers, Jack Teagarden and Bing Crosby.
  3. Paul Whiteman (Denver (Colorado), March 28th - Doylestown (Pennsylvania), December 29 ) was an American bandleader. He started as a classical violinist with the San Francisco Symphony and led during the First World War, a band with the US Navy. However, he was known for his on the jazz -inspired dance orchestras. Whiteman led his first dance band in in San Francisco. In
  4. Whiteman Stomp - Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra. Featured on That Big Band Sound. More by Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra. Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra (The King Of Jazz) [s Dance Band] [Recorded - ] [Encore 1] Paul Whiteman: Original Recordings CBS Radio Shows
  5. Volume 3: Happy Feet, a Compilation of songs by Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra. Released in on Vocalion (catalog no. CDEA ; CD). Featured peformers: Michael J. Dutton (remastering).
  6. Born in Denver in , Paul Whiteman was raised in serious music by his father Wilberforce, director of music for the Denver Public Schools and the first teacher to organize an orchestra in an American school. As a student at East High School, Paul learned viola and started in with the Denver Symphony Orchestra as first chair. After time with the San Francisco Symphony, he started the.
  7. Paul Whiteman, American bandleader, called the “King of Jazz” for popularizing a musical style that helped to introduce jazz to mainstream audiences during the s and s. Whiteman, who was originally a violinist, conducted a piece U.S. Navy band in –18 and then developed a hotel.
  8. The most popular band of the 's. Extremely successful with a commercial sound compared to the peers, an early purveyor of symphonic jazz. Not to be confused with the much larger Paul Whiteman & His Concert Orchestra.
  9. Paul Samuel Whiteman was an American bandleader, composer, orchestral director, and violist. As the leader of one of the most popular dance bands in the United States during the s and early s, Paul Whiteman produced recordings that were immensely successful, and press notices often referred to him as the "King of Jazz". His most popular recordings include "Whispering", "Valencia", "Three .

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