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In , Armstrong scored one last popular hit in the United Kingdom with " What a Wonderful World ", which topped the British charts for a month. Armstrong enjoyed many types of music, from blues to the arrangements of Guy Lombardo , to Latin American folksongs, to classical symphonies and opera. He incorporated influences from all these sources into his performances, sometimes to the bewilderment of fans who wanted him to stay in convenient narrow categories.

Armstrong was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as an early influence. Some of his solos from the s, such as the hard rocking version of " St. Louis Blues " from the WC Handy album, show that the influence went in both directions. Armstrong appeared in more than a dozen Hollywood films, usually playing a bandleader or musician. He appears throughout the film, also sings the title song as well as performs a duet with Crosby, " Now You Has Jazz ".

In the film The Five Pennies he played himself, sang, and played several classic numbers. Armstrong was the first African American to host a nationally broadcast radio show in the s. In , he had a cameo role in Gene Kelly 's film version of Hello, Dolly! He sang the title song with actress Barbra Streisand.

His solo recording of " Hello, Dolly! There is a pivotal scene in Stardust Memories in which Woody Allen is overwhelmed by a recording of Armstrong's " Stardust " and experiences a nostalgic epiphany.

Against his doctor's advice, Armstrong played a two-week engagement in March at the Waldorf-Astoria 's Empire Room. At the end of it, he was hospitalized for a heart attack. Still hoping to get back on the road, Armstrong died of a heart attack in his sleep on July 6, , a month before his 70th birthday. This Special Merit Award is presented by vote of the Recording Academy's National Trustees to performers who, during their lifetimes, have made creative contributions of outstanding artistic significance to the field of recording.

Recordings of Armstrong were inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame , which is a special Grammy award established in to honor recordings that are at least 25 years old, and that have "qualitative or historical significance". In , the U. Post Office issued a Louis Armstrong 32 cents commemorative postage stamp. The influence of Armstrong on the development of jazz is virtually immeasurable. His irrepressible personality both as a performer and as a public figure was so strong that to some it sometimes overshadowed his contributions as a musician and singer.

As a virtuoso trumpet player, Armstrong had a unique tone and an extraordinary talent for melodic improvisation. Through his playing, the trumpet emerged as a solo instrument in jazz and is used widely today. Additionally, jazz itself was transformed from a collectively improvised folk music to a soloist's serious art form largely through his influence.

He was a masterful accompanist and ensemble player in addition to his extraordinary skills as a soloist. With his innovations, he raised the bar musically for all who came after him. Though Armstrong is widely recognized as a pioneer of scat singing , Ethel Waters precedes his scatting on record in the s according to Gary Giddins and others. Holiday said that she always wanted Bessie Smith 's 'big' sound and Armstrong's feeling in her singing.

Even special musicians like Duke Ellington have praised Armstrong through strong testimonials. He was and will continue to be the embodiment of jazz.

In the summer of , in commemoration of the centennial of Armstrong's birth, New Orleans's main airport was renamed Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport. The US Open tennis tournament's former main stadium was named Louis Armstrong Stadium in honor of Armstrong who had lived a few blocks from the site. Congo Square was a common gathering place for African-Americans in New Orleans for dancing and performing music.

The house where Armstrong lived for almost 28 years was declared a National Historic Landmark in and is now a museum. The Louis Armstrong House Museum , at th Street between 34th and 37th avenues in Corona, Queens , presents concerts and educational programs, operates as a historic house museum and makes materials in its archives of writings, books, recordings and memorabilia available to the public for research. The museum opened to the public on October 15, A new visitors center is planned.

Armstrong appeared at many New York area venues, including several extended engagements at Freedomland U. His performances there are featured in the book, Freedomland U. According to literary critic Harold Bloom, "The two great American contributions to the world's art, in the end, are Walt Whitman and, after him, Armstrong and jazz If I had to choose between the two, ultimately, I wouldn't. I would say that the genius of this nation at its best is indeed Walt Whitman and Louis Armstrong.

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London: Penguin Books. Retrieved May 27, Pops: A Life of Louis Armstrong. Houghton Mifflin. Archived from the original on January 16, Satchmo: The Genius of Louis Armstrong.

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Even "my race", the Negroes, the way that I saw it, they were having a little better break than the Jewish people, with jobs a plenty around. Of course, we can understand all the situations and handicaps that was going on, but to me we were better off than the Jewish people.

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The personnel of this recording were, in addition to Armstrong on trumpet, Fred Robinson, trombone; Jimmy Strong, clarinet; Earl Hines, piano; Mancy Carr not "Cara" as his name has been too often misspelled on banjo, and Zutty Singleton on drums. It starts out with some rather modernistic piano work for the time with Singleton playing sensitively on the brushes.


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