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Jazz musician

This is a list of jazz musicians on whom World Heritage Encyclopedia has articles.

Giants of Jazz

Main article: Jazz royalty

By Birthdate
Instrumentalists

Vocalists

By period

Each section alphabetical by last name

Early jazz musicians

Swing era

Jazz fusion

Modern innovators

By instrument

Accordion

Bagpipes

Banjo

Bass

Main article: List of jazz bassists

Cello

Clarinet

Cornet

Drums

Main article: list of jazz drummers

Flugelhorn

Flute

French horn

Guitar

Guitar Synthesizer

Harmonica

Harp

Multi-instrumentalists

Organ

Piano

Main article: list of jazz pianists

Chucho Valdez

Saxophone

Trombone

Trumpet

Vibraphone

Violin

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Vocal

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