American hard bop tenor saxophonist and flautist, Charlie Rouse performing at the Birdhouse, Chicago, IL, 1960. Rouse’s career was marked by his collaboration with Thelonious Monk, which lasted for more than ten years.
SAN FRANCISCO – CIRCA 1982: Photo of Charlie Rouse performing in San Francisco, California. Circa 1982 (Photo by Tom Copi/Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images)
Members of the Rutgers Jazz Ensemble perform beside the open casket of Thelonious Monk during his funeral at St Peter’s Church, New York, New York, February 22, 1982. Among those pictured are Frankie Dunlop (1928 – 2014), on drums, Lonnie Hillyer (1940 – 1985), on trumpet, and bandleader Paul Jeffrey (1933 – 2015), on saxophone. (Photo by Chuck Fishman/Getty Images)
UNITED STATES – FEBRUARY 22: Charlie Rouse plays sax tribute at the funeral for Thelonious Monk at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, 54th St. and Lexington Ave.. (Photo by Dick Lewis/NY Daily News Archive via Getty Images)
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Charlie Rouse, Half Moon Bay CA 6/19/83
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Producer Marcel Romano, left, and Thelonious Monk quintet at the recording “Les Liaisons dangereuses” at Nola Penthouse Studios in New York City on July 27, 1959. Published Credit: Arnaud Boubet Private Collection
Thelonious Monk to the Maison de la Radio for a recital together with a saxophonist (Photo by Georges GalmicheINA via Getty Images)