9 edition of World of Gene Krupa found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Bruce H. Klauber ; with an introduction by Mel Tormé.|
|LC Classifications||ML419.K78 K6 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||214 p. :|
|Number of Pages||214|
|ISBN 10||0934793298, 093479328X|
|LC Control Number||90007158|
Gene Krupa - The World's Greatest Drummer! This particular period went on for a month or so. “Yes, this is the one.” Gene Krupa was a fabulous drummer, a household name and a good-looking guy and upon hearing records with him drumming, I was hooked. That was it. Top back wall photo of top of book case, various Jazz Reference books. If You Were the Only Girl in the World was part of the Youth Band book and as a result is one of the only surviving original arrangements from the Gene Krupa band library. The parts were handcopied from the originals, photocopying not yet widespread in
The early development of jazz drummer Gene Krupa is chronicled in this somewhat fictionalized musical biography. Rejecting his father's plan for him to join the priesthood, Krupa instead embraces Reviews: 1. Gene Krupa Orchestra Biography. Gene Krupa was born in Chicago, to a large family of nine children. Although his Polish parents original had aspirations for him to join the priesthood, young Gene instead fell in love with music and began studying jazz when he was still a teenager, focusing on the drums and the big band style of music which was rising in the ’s.
Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Gene Krupa - Gene Krupa Plays Gerry Mulligan Arrangements at Discogs. Complete your Gene Krupa collection/5(21). Gene's contributions to the drumming world are immeasurable, collaborating with the Slingerland drum company as their first endorsee inventing the tunable tom - tom. With the Avedis Zildjian cymbal company Krupa helped standardize the names to their cymbals such as: the swish, splash, crash and ride becoming known as the founding father of the.
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Of the earlier book, I said: "Klauber's illustrated book/CD combination not only captures the sound and visual feel of Krupa and his era, it corrects the misinformation about him.
As a matter of social history, it's good to be reminded of the hysteria that once surrounded recreational drugs in America/5(7). World of Gene Krupa book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Describes the career, music and life of the man who made the drums a s /5.
Describes the career, music and life of the man who made the drums a solo instrument, the man who symbolised the swing era and the man who is still internationally recognised by millions as 'the world's greatest drummer'.
In this unique work, Gene Krupa tells of the beginnings of his style, of the scandalous drug bust, of the feuds and battles with the likes of Benny Goodman and Buddy. World of Gene Krupa: That Legendary Drummin' Man [Krupa, Gene, Klauber, Bruce H.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
World of Gene Krupa: That Legendary Drummin' Man/5(7). Krupa, Gene Overview. Works: Gene Krupa, his life and times by Bruce Crowther (Book) World of Gene Krupa: that legendary drummin' man by Bruce H Klauber (Book. Gene Krupa made history with his first record.
For a session in with the McKenzie-Condon Chicagoans, he became the first musician to use a full drum set on records. He was part of the Chicago jazz scene of the s before moving to New York and. Get this from a library.
World of Gene Krupa: that legendary drummin' man. [Bruce H Klauber] -- The story of the career, music, and life of the man World of Gene Krupa book made drums a solo instrument, symbolized the swing era, and is still internationally recognized as "the world's greatest drummer". Gene Krupa, in full Eugene Bertram Krupa, (born JanuChicago, Illinois, U.S.—died OctoYonkers, New York), American jazz drummer who was perhaps the most popular percussionist of the swing era.
After the death of his father, Krupa went to work at age 11 as an errand boy for a music company. He soon earned enough money to purchase a musical instrument and decided. World of Gene Krupa, by Bruce Klauber, describes the career, music and life of the man who made the drums a solo instrument, the man who symbolized the swing era and the man who is still internationally recognized by millions as “the world’s greatest drummer.”.
In this unique book, Gene Krupa tells – in his own words – of the beginnings of his style, of the scandalous, drug bust. Gene Krupales yeux noir, dark eyes, schwarze augen, djorna.
Benny smiled patiently "Gene". Gene was the best, Amen. Go on line, Listen to his music and CDs, DVDs. My favorite CD Benny Goodman Live at Carnagie Hall.
Their is a book called "World of Gene Krupa by Bruce H. Klauber, It's great. I am in it also (See quote below). In my autobiography I talk a lot about Krupa and Jerry Nolan and our love for him. the drumset was ﬁ rst making its mark on the face of modern music, Gene Krupa wrote this method to help teach the world to “Sing, Sing, Sing.” After nearly 70 years, it is a testament to Gene’s genius that much of this drum method is as relevant today as it was when it was Size: KB.
Buy a cheap copy of World of Gene Krupa: That Legendary book by Bruce H. Klauber. The story of the career, music, and life of the man who made drums a solo instrument, symbolized the swing era, and is still internationally recognized as “the Free shipping over $ This method features transcriptions from the video Gene Krupa: Jazz Legend.
The first section of the book presents Krupa's drum method which combines individual snare drum techniques with basic drumset applications. The second section contains transcriptions of Krupa's performances from the video/5(8).
Gene Krupa on Playboy's Penthouse with Hugh Hefner from Gene Krupa Swing Swing Swing. - Duration: Pete Pou views. Gene Krupa. Eugene Bertram Krupa was one of the greatest drummers in the music world who will be remembered as the first one to introduce drums as a solo instrument.
His most famous works include his epic “Sing, Sing, Sing” in Krupa had a great influence on music. Gene Krupa The Pictorial Life of a Jazz Legend: Dr. Bruce H. Klauber; World of Gene Krupa That Legendary Drummin' Man: Dr.
Bruce H. Klauber ; Jazz Life and Times Gene Krupa: Bruce Crowther; Gene Krupa Complete life story: Arnold Shaw; Benny Goodman The famous Carnegie Hall Jazz Concert: Jon Hancock; The Slingerland Book: Rob Cook; Benny. Directed by Don Weis. With Sal Mineo, Susan Kohner, James Darren, Susan Oliver.
The story of legendary jazz drummer, Gene Krupa. Since his youth, all Gene ever wanted to do is play the drums and make music. This is something his parents would not approve of- they want him to be a priest.
When Gene's father dies he promises to enter the priesthood/10(). The New York Times Janu GENE KRUPA IS ARRESTED He Denies He Sent Boy to Get Marijuana Cigarettes SAN FRANCISCO, Jan.
20 (UP) -- Gene Krupa, swing band leader, pleaded innocent today to a charge that he contributed to the delinquency of a minor by sending a 17 year old boy to his hotel room for marijuana cigarettes.
Gene was a loyal endorser of Slingerland Drums until his death. He was inducted into the Big Band and Jazz Hall of Fame in Inactor Sal Mineo portrayed Gene in the motion picture "The Gene Krupa Story." The film was very loose in the facts of Gene's career but did feature an excellent soundtrack recorded by Krupa : Holy Cross Cemetery and Mausoleums.
The Gene Krupa Story (also known as Drum Crazy) is a biopic of American drummer and bandleader Gene Krupa. The conflict in the film centers on Krupa's rise to success and his corresponding use of by: Leith Stevens.Gerry Mulligan was only 19 in when he joined Gene Krupa's band, playing a bit of alto and tenor sax, but primarily serving as an arranger.
But the Verve LP Gene Krupa Plays Gerry Mulligan Arrangements wasn't made untillong after Mulligan went out on his own.
Although there are solo features built into the framework of each piece, Mulligan was quite confident in his ability to 8/Way back when, this was the first inkling some of us had in line with just how busy Gene Krupa was in the period.
In the mids, I found this thing on cassette, obtained the rights to it, and produced it for the East Coast-based DBK Jazz label.