Beiderbecke was one of the most influential jazz soloists of the 1920s. His solos on “Singin’ the Blues” and “I’m Coming, Virginia” (both 1927) demonstrate purity of tone and a gift for improvisation. With these two recordings, as well as others, he helped to define the jazz ballad and foresaw what would become cool jazz in the 1950s. “In a Mist” (1927), one of a handful of his piano compositions and the only one he recorded, fused jazz with classical (mainly Impressionist) influences. Wiki
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