Al Hirt

 

Al Hirt Trumpet Solos

Al Hirt had a big, brassy sound that could fill up a room. His playing on dixieland tunes was tremendously powerful and exciting. Though Al Hirt played at a dixieland club in New Orleans for much of his career, he considered himself a commercial player. With his dazzling technique, range and tremendous sound, Al Hirt could play anything he wanted to play. Fortunately, he left us with many, many great LP recordings which are now available on CD or MP3 for downloading (immediate gratification!) Listen closely for his one-of-a-kind style and trumpet playing. He played with a lot of flare - check out the track, Stranger in Paradise, to get a taste of Al Hirt's wonderful sound.



Al Hirt Plays the Green Hornet



AL HIRT - SUGAR LIPS ALBUM
AL HIRT - SUGAR LIPS ALBUM
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Al Hirt autographed signed
Al Hirt autographed signed "Honey In The Horn" 1963 LP "Java"
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SEALED GERMAN IMPORT LP: AL HIRT / ANN-MARGRET BEAUTY AND THE BEARD LSP 2690
SEALED GERMAN IMPORT LP: AL HIRT / ANN-MARGRET BEAUTY AND THE BEARD LSP 2690
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AL HIRT - THE HAPPY TRUMPET ALBUM
AL HIRT - THE HAPPY TRUMPET ALBUM
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AL HIRT 45 rpm SINGLE RCA 47-8736  YESTERDAY / THE ARENA
AL HIRT 45 rpm SINGLE RCA 47-8736 YESTERDAY / THE ARENA
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AL HIRT - COTTON CANDY ALBUM
AL HIRT - COTTON CANDY ALBUM
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  1. AL HIRT was classically trained at the Cincinati Conservatory-thus he COULD play anything!!Great likeable personality and a genero all things trumpet.My personal favorite was
    I CAN’T GET STARTED WITH YOU- a domain and rendition previously owned by Bunny Berrigan.of the 30’s.Big AL just passes that by like a Ferrari against a model T.

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