Special Report

The Greatest Jazz Musicians of the 20th Century

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Charlie Parker (1920-1955)
> Principal instrument: Alto and tenor saxophone
> Representative album: Jazz at Massey Hall

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Miles Davis (1926-1991)
> Principal instrument: Trumpet
> Representative album: In a Silent Way

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Thelonious Monk (1917-1982)
> Principal instrument: Piano
> Representative album: Big Band and Quartet in Concert

Sonny Rollins (1930- )
> Principal instrument: Tenor and soprano saxophone
> Representative album: Saxophone Colossus

Ornette Coleman (1930-2015)
> Principal instrument: Tenor saxophone
> Representative album: The Shape of Jazz to Come

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