As a result of the work of the CSF and of the Huxley Institute for Biosocial Research, both given massive support by Ben, the basic information is available. Oktober 1965 mit den "Gerry Mulligan All Stars) und Frankreich (Paris Jazz Festival), fast alle mit lokalen Begleitmusikern stark unterschiedlicher Qualität. Since Webster's only legal heir, Harley Robinson of Los Angeles, gladly assigned his rights to the foundation, the Ben Webster Foundation was confirmed by the Queen of Denmark's Seal in 1976. Ben Webster, in full Benjamin Francis Webster, (born March 27, 1909, Kansas City, Mo., U.S.—died Sept. 20, 1973, Amsterdam, Neth. Nach dem abflauenden Interesse für den Bebop ergaben sich wieder bessere Arbeitsbedingungen für ihn durch den sich dann entwickelnden Mainstream-Jazz. Erwähnenswert sind die Aufnahmen mit dem Arnvid Meyer Orchester aus 1965, von denen er Duke Ellington am Telefon begeistert berichtete: „Right Out of Kansas City“. As director of psychiatric research in Saskatchewan, I was keenly interested in exploring the inner world of schizophrenia and in treating as many alcoholics as possible with LSD, using it as a psychedelic agent. He will be remembered by his friends for his generosity, his curiosity and his interest and accomplishments in many areas, as was well evidenced by the immense crowd who attended his funeral in Toronto. September 1973 in Leiden/Niederlande; in der darauf folgenden Nacht erlitt er einen Gehirnschlag und verstarb am 20. B. Strawinsky. Along with Peterson, trumpeter Harry 'Sweets' Edison and others, he was touring and recording with Granz's Jazz at the Philharmonic package. Diese Seite wurde zuletzt am 16. Januar 1952 arbeitete er in den Aufnahmestudios als Sideman bei Little Esther Phillips, Pete „Guitar“ Lewis, Dorothy Ellis, Dinah Washington. Ben Webster has a street named after him in southern Copenhagen, "Ben Websters Vej" (eng. September 1956) auf Verve (Tatum´s letzte Aufnahme-Session), The Red Norvo Sextet (18. This article was most recently revised and updated by, https://www.britannica.com/biography/Ben-Webster, All About Jazz - Biography of Ben Webster, Ben Webster - Student Encyclopedia (Ages 11 and up). [1], A native of Kansas City, Missouri[1] he studied violin, learned how to play blues on the piano from Pete Johnson, and received saxophone lessons from Budd Johnson. [11] Webster appeared as a sax player in a low-rent cabaret club in the 1970 Danish blue film titled Quiet Days in Clichy. m=s.getElementsByTagName(o)[0];a.async=1;a.src=g;m.parentNode.insertBefore(a,m) I have no regret at what is happening to Ben now; In Memoriam: Donald C. Webster. Vor allem schulte er Websters linke Hand. Premium Membership is now 50% off! Nach Meinung vieler Zeugen war er nach reichlichem Alkoholgenuss oft unberechenbar und neigte zu Gewalttätigkeiten. Although not all that flexible or modern, remaining rooted in the blues and swing-era ballads, Webster could swing with the best and his tone was a later influence on such diverse players as Archie Shepp, Lew Tabackin, Scott Hamilton, David Murray, and Bennie Wallace. Dieses Orchester war sehr populär, vor allem in New Yorks Apollo Theater, und es machte auch Aufnahmen. Yet he showed aptitude for both professions and was encouraged by other theatre professionals to pursue an acting career instead. In 1905 their daughter Margaret Webster was born in New York whilst the couple were on tour. Moore started the Ben Webster Foundation with the trustee of Webster's estate. Dennoch musste Carter Anfang Januar 1935 das Orchester auflösen. With a closer proximity to Ben, the CSF grew very quickly. Februar 1944 machte er seine ersten Aufnahmen unter eigenem Namen, zusammen mit dem Trompeter Hot Lips Page. Kurz darauf heuerte Andy Kirk Webster für seine Twelve Clouds of Joy an, zu der auch die Pianistin Mary Lou Williams gehörte. Der schwedische Bassist Simon Brehm hatte ihm den Rat gegeben, Arbeit in Europa zu suchen, wo Ben Webster Popularität besaß. Our Journal was the first to introduce the new concepts of orthomolecular medicine, the first to highlight the importance of candida albicans infection and how to treat it, among the first to bring attention to the hazards of mercury in the dental silver amalgams, the first to publish the results of treating cancer and heart disease with orthomolecular methods. I decided after that conversation to write about Ben’s significant contribution to modern medicine but had not yet done it when Ben died. Sein Vater, Walter Webster, lebte zu dieser Zeit in Chicago und war als Kellner in den Speisewagen der Pullman Company angestellt. Webster hat die Zeit bei Henderson als seine musikalisch bisher schwierigste bezeichnet, es wurden hohe Anforderungen beim Notenlesen gestellt, eine harte Schule für ihn. (function(i,s,o,g,r,a,m){i['GoogleAnalyticsObject']=r;i[r]=i[r]||function(){ Hawkins verließ nach einigen Monaten Henderson und begab sich nach Europa; als sein Ersatz wurde Lester Young eingestellt, dessen Stil aber nicht so gut zum Henderson-Orchester passte. Dezember 1957. Immerhin konnte er an mehreren Aufnahmen teilnehmen, mit Bus Moten, Jay McShann/Walter Brown und Pee Wee Crayton. Am 14. In 1953, he recorded King of the Tenors with pianist Oscar Peterson, who would be an important collaborator with Webster throughout the decade in his recordings for the various labels of Norman Granz. November 1969, Buchformat, Kontakt: heinz.baumeister@kolumbus.fi, Berliner Jazztage am 30. Webster suffered a cerebral hemorrhage in Amsterdam, North Holland in September 1973, following a performance at the Twee Spieghels in Leiden, and died on the 20th. Webster's legal heir, Harley Robinson, assigned his rights to the foundation, which was confirmed by the queen of Denmark in 1976. 1985 – 2020 | Houston Chronicle obituary and death notices in Houston, Texas. Benjamin Nottingham Webster III (2 June 1864 – 26 February 1947) was an English-born actor, and the husband of actress Dame May Whitty, and father of the British-American stage actress Margaret Webster. The Hawkins and Webster recording is a jazz classic, the coming together of two giants of the tenor saxophone, who had first met back in Kansas City.