1941 in jazz
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|1941 in jazz|
Danish bandleader Teddy Petersen (1892-1991) with his orchestra
|Decade||1940s in jazz|
|Music||1941 in music|
|Standards||List of 1940s jazz standards|
|See also||1940 in jazz – 1942 in jazz|
1941 in jazz:
- Cab Calloway is struck by a spitball during a concert in Hartford, Connecticut and fights Dizzy Gillespie after which Dizzy is fired.
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See also: List of 1940s jazz standards
- Casper Reardon, American classical and later jazz harpist
- Dick Wilson, American jazz tenor saxophonist
- Frank Melrose, American jazz and blues pianist
- Jelly Roll Morton, American ragtime and early jazz pianist, bandleader and composer.
- Ken Snakehips Johnson, jazz band leader and dancer, originally from British Guiana.
- Steve Lewis, New Orleans jazz pianist and compose
- Airto Moreira, Brazilian jazz drummer and percussionist
- Aldo Romano, Italian jazz drummer
- Alfred "Pee Wee" Ellis, American saxophonist, composer and arranger
- Bobby Hutcherson, American jazz vibraphone and marimba player
- Bobby Matos, American percussionist
- Bobby Shew, American trumpet and flugelhorn player
- Charles Earland, American composer, organist and saxophonist
- Chick Corea, American pianist, keyboardist and composer
- Chucho Valdés, Cuban pianist, bandleader, composer and arranger
- Clifford Jarvis, American drummer
- Connie Crothers, American pianist
- Cornel Chiriac, Romanian journalist, producer and jazz drummer
- David T. Walker, American guitarist
- Don Grusin, American songwriter, producer and keyboardist
- Don Pullen, American pianist and organist
- Don Weller, British tenor saxophonist and composer
- Eddie Daniels,
- Eddie Gale, American trumpeter
- Eddy Louiss,
- Elisa Gabbai,
- Gary Windo, American tenor saxophonist
- Gia Maione, American singer
- Glen Moore, American bassist
- Harry Miller, South African bass player
- Herbie Lewis, American double bassist
- Howard Johnson,
- Hugo Rasmussen, Danish bassist
- Irène Schweizer, Swiss pianist
- Jay Clayton, American avant-garde vocalist and jazz educator
- Jesper Thilo, Danish tenor saxophonist, alto saxophonist and clarinetist
- Jim Pepper, American jazz saxophonist, composer, and singer
- Jim Richardson, British jazz bassist and session musician
- Jim Riggs, American saxophonist
- John Hicks, American jazz pianist and composer
- Jonas Gwangwa, South African trombone player
- Knut Kiesewetter, German jazz musician, singer, songwriter and producer
- LaMont Johnson, American jazz pianist
- Lester Bowie, American jazz trumpet player and composer
- Lowell Davidson, American jazz pianist
- Meredith D'Ambrosio, American jazz singer
- Michael Moriarty, American-Canadian actor and musician
- Mickey Tucker, American pianist and organist
- Mike Osborne, English alto saxophonist, pianist and clarinetist
- Mike Renzi, American pianist, arranger and musical director
- Miles Kington, British journalist, musician and broadcaster
- Milford Graves, American drummer and percussionist
- Norma Winstone, British singer and lyricist
- Olu Dara, American cornetist, guitarist and singer
- P. J. Perry, saxophonist
- Palle Mikkelborg, Danish trumpeter
- Pete Yellin,
- Peter Brötzmann, German saxophonist and clarinetist
- Phil Upchurch, American guitarist and bassist
- Phillip Wilson, American percussionist
- Putter Smith, American bassist
- R. Winston Morris,
- Robertinho Silva, Brazilian drummer
- Rogier van Otterloo, Dutch composer and conductor
- Ron McClure, American bassist
- Ronnie Cuber, American saxophonist
- Stanley Cowell, American pianist and founder of Strata-East Records
- Sérgio Mendes, Brazilian musician
- Teppo Hauta-aho, Finnish double bassist and composer
- Terry Rosen, American jazz guitarist, concert promoter, and radio DJ.
- Tom Coster, American keyboardist and composer
- Trevor Tomkins, English jazz drummer
- Uli Trepte, German double bass / bass guitar player
- Wadada Leo Smith, American trumpeter and composer
- Wayne Dockery, American jazz double bassist
- "History of Jazz Time Line: 1941". All About Jazz. Retrieved December 6, 2010.
- The New Real Book, Volume I. Sher Music. 1988. ISBN 0-9614701-4-3.
- The New Real Book, Volume II. Sher Music. 1991. ISBN 0-9614701-7-8.
- The New Real Book, Volume III. Sher Music. 1995. ISBN 1-883217-30-X.
- The Real Book, Volume I (6th ed.). Hal Leonard. 2004. ISBN 0-634-06038-4.
- The Real Book, Volume II (2nd ed.). Hal Leonard. 2007. ISBN 1-4234-2452-2.
- The Real Book, Volume III (2nd ed.). Hal Leonard. 2006. ISBN 0-634-06136-4.
- The Real Jazz Book. Warner Bros. ISBN 978-91-85041-36-7.
- The Real Vocal Book, Volume I. Hal Leonard. 2006. ISBN 0-634-06080-5.