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Adios - Claude Thornhill And His Orchestra - Claude Thornhill Goes Modern (Vinyl, Album)

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  1. Aug 05,  · Claude Thornhill (born August 10, at Terre Haute, Indiana died July 1, , New York City) was an American pianist, arranger and bandleader. As a youth, he was recognized as an extraordinary talent and formed a traveling duo with Danny Polo, a musical prodigy on the clarinet and trumpet from nearby Clinton, Indiana.
  2. Claude Thornhill discography and songs: Music profile for Claude Thornhill, born 10 August Genres: Big Band, Swing. Albums include The Golden Years, Loch Lomond / I'm Coming Virginia, and Nice Work If You Can Get It / Easy to Love.
  3. During the mids, Thornhill arranged and played piano for Andre Kostelanetz. In he founded the Claude Thornhill Orchestra. Polo was his lead clarinet player. Although the Thornhill band was a sophisticated dance band, it became known for its superior jazz musicians and for Thornhill's and Gil Evans's arrangements.
  4. Claude Thornhill & His Orchestra, , an album by Claude Thornhill on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  5. For many years, Claude Thornhill's orchestra of the Forties and early Fifties was frequently referred to as a musicians orchestra, as it focused as much on the musicians as the music itself. Thornhill's music was clearly way ahead of its time, yet today his sumptuous, mellow jazz sound remains one of the biggest influences for many contemporary.
  6. Musician. Born in Terre Haute, Indiana, he was a pianist arranger, composer, and bandleader, often credited as the progenitor of cool jazz. In the s, he worked as studio musician and began to play with the big name bands of Benny Goodman, Hal Kemp, Ray Noble and Glen Miller. He was serving as musical arranger for.
  7. 10” London (E) H-APB , Claude Thornhill Goes Modern: CT and his O. 10” London (E) H-APB , Dream Music. 10" RCA Vic LPM, Claude Thornhill plays George Gershwin for dancing. Design DLP, Claude Thornhill And His Orchestra Play For Dancing. Design DLP – see under “Various Artists”.
  8. Tracks of Disc 1; $ on iTunes 1. Robbins' Nest - Claude Thornhill & His Orchestra; $ on iTunes 2. Don't Call It Love - Billy Barber, Paul Cohen, Allan Langstaff, Louis Mucci, P.O.L., Sandy Siegelstein, Tak Takvorian, Claude Thornhill, Walt Weschler, Eddie Zandy, Billy Barber.
  9. The Uncollected Claude Thornhill and His Orchestra , a Compilation of songs by Claude Thornhill. Released in on Hindsight (catalog no. HSR; Vinyl 12").

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