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Although he quickly taught himself the basics of how to produce a sound and play different notes, he switched to the trumpet several months later. His idol at the time was the trumpet player Roy Eldridge. Each week, John listened to radio broadcasts of Teddy Hill’s band from New York’s Savoy Ballroom. Eldridge was the band’s featured trumpet player. John was inspired by Eldridge’s exciting solos. John practiced his horn at every spare moment and taught himself as much as he could about the trumpet.

And he was putting other bands together and renting rooms to hold dances. Soon school became less important to Ellington. He dropped out before earning his diploma. He even turned down a scholarship to study art at the Pratt Institute of Applied Arts in Brooklyn. This was an incredibly important decision. Had he gone on to Pratt to pursue a career in commercial art, the world might never have gotten to enjoy the musical genius of Duke Ellington. Although music had now become the main focus of his life, somehow Ellington still found time to earn money from art.

Miles Davis played trumpet in a muted whisper. Charlie Parker’s saxophone solos displayed phenomenal speed and variety. ”4 That is why jazz improvisation requires a high level of technical and creative ability. The earliest jazz originated in New Orleans. Its musical elements were derived from African-American brass marching bands and ragtime music from the saloons. Known as Dixieland, it was characterized by several musicians simultaneously playing their improvisations based on the melody and chord pattern of the tune.

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