Metronome Magazine (or Metronome) was a music magazine published from
1881 until 1961.
The magazine in its early years catered for musicians in marching and
then dance bands, but from the swing era, Metronome focused primarily
on the genre of
1 Metronome All-Stars Band 2 See also 3 References 4 External links
Metronome All-Stars Band
Metronome Magazine conducted an annual poll during the years
1939-1961 to choose the musicians whom their readers considered as
the top jazz instrumentalists, for that year, playing each instrument.
Often, the Metronome organization recorded the all-stars on a regular
basis, with recording sessions of the bands chosen in 1939-1942,
1945–1950, 1953, and 1956.
In many cases, the all-stars group recorded two songs, with short solo
performances, from nearly all of the participants.
Metronome All Stars
^ "Dan Morgenstern oral history", Ed Berger, March 2007, webpage
^ a b Teicher, Jordan G. (11 August 2015). "Rare Photographs of Jazz
Icons from the Archives of Metronome Magazine". Slate. Retrieved 22
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