Frank Froeba or Froba (August 1907, New Orleans - February 16, 1981, Miami) was an American jazz pianist and bandleader.
The "back room" piano style of Frank Froeba, to borrow the title from his previous Decca album, is more relaxed than ragtime and more refined than honky tonk, with brief, playful digressions from the melody that earn Froeba his classification as a jazz pianist. Old Time Piano, from 1949, collects eight piano solos in more of a nostalgic and sentimental vein than Back Room Piano, which included some boogies and blues tunes.
Tinkles (from 5 Blue Ribbon Piano Solos) by Frank Froeba 1944. Автовоспроизведение Если функция включена, то следующий ролик начнет воспроизводиться автоматически. Балет Игоря Моисеева.
Frank Froeba or Froba was an American jazz pianist and bandleader. Church Mouse On A Spree. Five Blue Ribbon Piano Solos. N. Strolling along 52nd Street. Moosie-Mousie Boogie.
It entered the UK Albums Chart at number 13 in July 2005, before peaking at number 2 in January 2006. It was produced by Jim Abbiss, and was released by Kitchenware in the United Kingdom, PIAS Recordings in Europe, and Fader Label in the United States. The album was nominated for the 2006 Mercury Prize.
New Orleans-born (August 1907) Jazz pianist Frank Froeba made his professional debut while still in his teens with the band led by fellow New Orleans native John Wigginton Hyman, known professionally as Johnny Wiggs but who was recorded for a period in the later 1920s as John Hyman's Bayou Stompers. From there he hooked up with John Tobin, another teenager also from New Orleans who fronted a band playing at the Ringside Cafe at the corner of Dauphine & Bienville Streets. In 1955 he settled in Miami where, billed as Frank Froba, he entertained at various venues for years to come. He died on February 16, 1981 at age 74.
Frank Froeba or Froba (August 1907, New Orleans - February 16, 1981, Miami) was an American jazz pianist and bandleader. Froeba held jobs in the bands of Johnny Wiggs and John Tobin while still in his teens. He played with Johnny de Droit in New York City in 1924-25, then led his own band in Atlantic City in the latter half of the decade, in addition to moonlighting in other dance ensembles. He recorded with Jack Purvis in 1930 and with Jack Bland in 1932, then worked with Benny Goodman in 1933-35.
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