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Buy Loading. More Love this track. Play album Buy Loading. The engagement lasted until October The Hall band continued working well into Hall also appeared on some Jam sessions during that time as well as at session in Natick at Paul Meymaris home, who was a good friend of Hall and also his dentist.
The face of music had changed dramatically and the request for old-time Jazz had diminished drastically. The lack of jobs in the US made Hall think of another tour to Europe, contacting Gustav Brom whom which he played with in Czechoslovakia, having had a very successful tour in The festival was a financial and musical success. Again Hall was given praise to by critics as having been the hit of the show.
The concert drew over people and was hailed a success. A true friend of the Halls surgeon Dr. The job lasted all winter, into March. Hall played more of the recurring festivals as well as another concert in Toronto, Canada, which lasted from November 22 — December 19, The concert review was beyond praise for Hall.
The job at the restaurant was proof of the diminishing popularity of Jazz, as Hall often played in front of a little to no audience and little to no-one really listening or appreciating the talent of a world famous jazz-man.
A big Break came on November , when plans for a Europe tour were made. These recordings showing the 65 year old Hall still in excellent control of his instrument, besides the great sound quality.
These recordings would be the last studio recordings of Edmond Hall. Hall was back home for Christmas. February 3. On that record Hall plays as if his life had just started, with great power — listening to it is amazing since he plays much better and more powerful than on many records he made after the days with Louis Armstrong including the record Petit Fleur! His technique is very clean and there is no sign of him slowing down, yet on February, Wednesday 12, at 11 A.
Edmond Hall died. He had shoveled snow from the side-walk in front of his house, then he got in his car to go somewhere. While driving he realized something happened to him and steered the car to the curb. Edmond Hall died in his car of a heart attack, he was You know, Edmond died of a broken heart! Edmond Hall was too proud to tell the world how much he needed it — his music, the appreciation of his colleagues, the big applause of the excited audience, and the acknowledgment of the critics — all that counted much more than money.
Ed Hall was what he played, the gentle, mild mannered man with the fiery, powerful and distinct melodies and syncopation that came out of his Albert Clarinet, in his very own way, instantly recognizable, which set him apart from any other clarinetist. Hall was 20 and Octavia The marriage was prompted by the imminent arrival of son Elton Edmond Hall, who was born on July 20, , but died as a child on December 3.
On May 12, he married his beloved second wife Winnie. Winnifred Henry came out of Cambridge Massachusetts. They had no children. Winnie would sometimes be part of his travels especially overseas. They had friends in England whom they visited frequently.
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