Trisha Shetty

1943 in jazz

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Decade  1940s in jazz
Music  1943 in music
1943 in jazz
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This is a timeline documenting events of Jazz in the year 1943.



The American Federation of Musicians recording ban, called by James Petrillo, continued through 1943. Django Reinhardt records "Cavalerie" on the 17 February 1943 in Paris after an aborted attempt at recording it in 1937.

Album releases

  • Duke Ellington: Black, Brown and Beige (1943)
  • Deaths

  • Armand J. Piron, American violinist, band leader and composer
  • Ben Bernie, American violinist and radio personality
  • Corky Cornelius, American trumpeter
  • Fats Waller, jazz pianist, organist, composer, singer, and comedic entertainer
  • Leon Roppolo, American clarinetist
  • Min Leibrook, American tubist and bassist
  • Tamara Drasin, American singer and actress
  • Tiny Parham, Canadian-born bandleader and pianist
  • Vaughn De Leath, American singer
  • Zue Robertson, American trombonist
  • References

    1943 in jazz Wikipedia

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