In terms of early jazz era dance music, I think Earl Oliver, Hymie Farberman, and Louis Panico all have something to bring to the table. Oliver played with Harry Reser's groups (and Oliver was often the group's namesake on various labels, like on Edison discs), Farberman appears on tons of 1920s dance music records, probably something upbeat played with a mute, and Louis Panico (played with Isham Jones) published a book of novelty effects, written with the Conn 80A and various Conn mutes in mind (modern pixie mutes come close for the small doorknob mute used sometimes, etc.)
In a similar vein of novelty music/off the beaten path, a lot of European players are worth mention. Dusko Goykovich gets a decent amount of coverage (but he deserves more!), Ack van Rooyen is another favorite of mine, and Etienne Cap could probably rank as one of the best high-note artists I've heard. The Alexander Maliszewski band from Poland has some fantastic work, but I don't know who their lead trumpet player(s?) was (were?) back in the 1970s and 1980s. The group is referred to as Alex Band, but it has no connection to the modern artist of the same name.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cbg1fWtMlmo - Etienne Cap & Orchestra - "Future Train"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IqYt2Tp1R6Y - Alexander Maliszewski & Band - "Zderzenie Mysli"
Those barely scratch the surface of these artists' output...