Jazz Hamilton

Classical music, Musical Artist

1965 –

86

Who is Jazz Hamilton?

Jazz Hamilton is a Puerto Rican saxophonist, recording artist, musical director, and composer. Known for his recordings on jazz, Latin jazz, smooth jazz and salsa genres, he also recorded two classical musical pieces in his album My Soul released in 2008, the classical piece Wolfgang Jacobi Sonata for alto saxophone and piano, and the theme "The Green Hornet". His execution and work on both of these musical pieces have been praised by critics. His main instruments are alto and soprano saxophones, but he also plays tenor and baritone saxophones. His collection of instruments include a Vintage Buescher straight-soprano saxophone, which he plays with a Claude Lakey 7* mouth piece, and given to him by his professor over 30 years ago, a Vintage Selmer Mark VI alto saxophone that he plays with a Eugene Russeau Jazz metal mouth piece No. 9. For reeds he uses Rico Royal and La Voz.

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1965
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on July 23, 2013

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