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  1. Joe Venuti ('78) Joe Venuti is widely regarded as the first great jazz violinist. Born to Italian parents who emigrated to the States (he claimed to have been born on the boat, though as we'll see, all his stories are to be taken with a pinch of salt!); he learned classical violin as a child, the fruits of which can be clearly seen in his exciting melodic and rhythmic technique.
  2. Oran Thaddeus Page, 27 January , Dallas, Texas, USA, d. 5 November , New York City, New York, USA. In the 20s Page played trumpet mostly in his home state but also toured in bands accompanying some of the best of the day’s blues singers, among them .
  3. Joe Venuti - Four string Joe by OnlyJazzHQ. Joe Venuti - Penn beach blues by OnlyJazzHQ. Joe Venuti - Promises by OnlyJazzHQ. Joe Venuti - Put and Take by OnlyJazzHQ.
  4. • His records with Joe Venuti and Bix represent some of the most tasteful playing of the era. • Formed own big band in which proved unsuccessful even though one of his singers was Kay Star, who would soon achieve national fame • Made nearly recordings from
  5. 4 Giants Of Swing, All Star Californians, Eddie Lang-Joe Venuti And Their All Star Orchestra, Frankie Trumbauer And His Orchestra, Hoagy Carmichael And His Orchestra, Irwin Abrams And His Orchestra, Jean Goldkette And His Orchestra, Joe Venuti / Eddie Lang Blue Four, Joe Venuti & Eddie Lang, Joe Venuti And His Big Band, Joe Venuti And His Blue Six, Joe Venuti And His Free Group, Joe Venuti .
  6. Find Joe Venuti credit information on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases Big Bands of Joe Venuti, Vol. 2: Joe Venuti & His Orchestra: Primary Artist, Violin: Big Broadcast: Jazz and Popular Music of the s and s, Vol. 5 Joe Venuti and Eddie Lang Joe Venuti: Primary Artist, Violin.

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