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CORNET. A commissioned officer in a regiment of cavalry.

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For example, the column clarifies an earlier, erroneous report that a Gennett cornetist had signed with Paramount.
Bynum and Cleaver appeared with bassist John Hebert on last year's Book of Three recording for the Rogue Art label, but the WPI concert was the debut performance of the cornetist and the drummer in the duo format.
The first performance, led by Cannon-ball Adderley, the most important alto player after Charlie Parker, also features several other giants of their instruments: brother and cornetist Nat, a very young Joe Zawinul, Sam Jones, and Louis Hayes (all members of the Cannonball Adderley Quintet), plus multi-instrumentalist Yusef Lateef who had just been added to the group.
Berendt hosts the production, which also features singers Margaret Whiting, Julius LaRosa, John Pizzarelli and Cynthia Scott, along with jazz cornetist Warren Vache and actress Claiborne Cary.
The mild-mannered cornetist Joe "King" Oliver, whose 1923 recordings are rightly seen as landmarks in New Orleans jazz style, emerges in this context as a man obsessed by the social status imposed by his dark skin.
Intended as a feature for Miller's saxophone section, the bluesy tune became better known for a mellow solo by cornetist Bobby Hackett.
From the opening number the band were perfect hosts on their own, or accompanying the virtuoso cornetist, Nick Payne and percussionist, Mark Wagstaff who, incidentally, played everything AND the kitchen sink
The band is a local ensemble that includes Jean-Pierre Alessi (alto and tenor saxophone), Henry Lemaire (banjo), Joel Gregoriades (bass), and Clody Gratiot (drums); on these recordings Brissonnette is featured as guest trombonist and singer, along with cornetist Fred Vigorito.
Firstly, the Saville Exchange in North Shields has the Gresty/White Ragtimers with a tribute to Chicago cornetist Muggsy Spanier in a show entitled Muggsy Remembered.
Russell Wilson performing Edvard Grieg's Piano Concerto in A minor, Opus 16, cornetist Gunnery Sgt.
They will both be joined by cornetist Stephen Williams and their musical director Doris Williams.
The program is built around songs by the 1920s-era cornetist Bix Beiderbecke and his friend, Hoagy Carmichael, and includes such classics as "Georgia on My Mind," and "Star Dust.