Dizzy Gillespie And the damaged horn

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The great bebop bandleader Dizzy Gillespie created volleys of notes that were so playful and complicated, his contemporaries didn’t even bother trying to copy him.

One day in 1953 somebody fell on his trumpet accidentally and bent it while it was standing unattended.

Dizzy played it, liked it – because he could now hear his own playing more clearly – and after that he had his horns specially made that way.

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  • Description

    This photograph by renowned African-American, photographer, Ted Williams’, has been lovingly reproduced at the highest possible quality, specifically for the Chicago’s Original Jazz Joints exhibition as a rich, velvety, gallery quality image.

    Most of Ted Williams’ archive, comprising both original negatives and photographs has never been published, printed, or seen before – until now. His photographs capture the focus, the energy, and the delight of jazz artists. His jazz photography has been widely celebrated for the way in which it takes viewers on a heartfelt journey into both the on- and off-stage lives of touring, hardworking, and often legendary, jazz musicians.

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    Dimensions N/A
    Framing options

    Unframed – (A2) 594mm x 420mm, Mounted In A Black Wood Frame – 722mm x 548mm, Mounted In A White Wood Frame – 722mm x 548mm, Mounted In An Oak Wood Frame – 722mm x 548mm

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  • FramesFits into standard A2 high street frames or select from our range of handmade wood frames in three colours
    FixingsReady to hang frames come with D rings and cord
    GlazingAcrylic
    MountUnicorn
    Image size59.4cm x 42cm
    Frame width3.4cm
    Mouth width4cm
    Total size72.2cm x 54.8cm
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  • This series has been limited to just 300 stunning Giclée prints on 308 g.s.m Hahnemühle Photo Rag fine art paper. The combination of our professional inkjet technology and our paper choice creates a superior final product that has a luxury velvet look and feel.

    Each limited edition print is hand numbered and comes with a signed certificate of authenticity and a uniquely numbered hologram from Stories on Walls. We also include a printed copy of the narrative that accompanies the piece in the exhibition.

    * Please note that if your order contains both framed and unframed prints, they will be delivered separately.