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|Subject: Louis Armstrong - Sachimo or Pops, a trumpet artist and American jazz singer. Sun May 27, 2012 3:02 pm|| |
Louis Armstrong (born August 4, 1901 - July 6, 1971), a technology Satchmo, Sachimo or Pops, a trumpet artist and American jazz singer.
Louis Armstrong fame from the 1920s, using the horn and trumpet virtuoso CorNet. He laid the foundation and creating influential jazz movement, navigation performance music composition from the general impulse to form a solo project. In addition to pressing and unique trumpet, he also has a very special voice hoarse, often bending twisting melody, song lyrics of many types, for the purpose of expression. Louis Armstrong was able to sing very ingenious SCAT.
Louis Armstrong's influence in the area not only jazz but also to pop music in the 1960s. According inh Steve Leggett music review in the Armstrong "may be the most influential people in the American music in the 20th century
Louis Armstrong was born and lived his childhood in the poorest areas of New Orleans, Louisiana, the grandfather of African slaves. His parents were not married but have children. When he was young, his father, William Armstrong (1881-1922) left home by another woman. His mother Mayann Armstrong (1886-1942) and then left him for grandparents raising. When Armstrong was 5 his mother to live with his family, he met his father only once ceremony. He attended the Fisk School started downloading music and Creole. Louis Armstrong trying to make money by selling newspapers, collecting food restaurants but sold it to his family he had been a poor mother into prostitution. Armstrong towing lane lines carrying coal to Storyville and stick around the dance floor, for the Lord, listening to black bands performed.
Armstrong grew up from the social class most degenerate coward, in a town of discrimination, but has a deep background music, hot - at that time called the music "ragtime" (the hunger) but not called jazz. But his childhood living in poverty, Louis Armstrong does not think it is sad that a boundless source of inspiration, he said: "Every time I close my eyes blowing the trumpet of mine - I look at the left Heart of the ancient city of New Orleans ... It gives me something to which I cling to life