Tom Boras scores 1962-2001

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Tom Boras scores, 1962-2001

Tom Boras scores 1962-2001

Tom Boras was a composer, arranger and saxophonist. His scores contain compositions and arrangements for jazz big band, and other music including pieces for orchestra, chorus, chamber groups, songs and a musical.

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The composer, arranger, and saxophonist Tom Boras grew up in Chicago. He started studying piano at age seven, and the saxophone and clarinet at nine. He discovered jazz at an early age, and was the featured soloist with the Chicago Suburban High School Jazz Ensemble. In 1962, Boras was awarded a full scholarship to the Stan Kenton Clinics at Indiana University, where he met the composers Morgan Powell and Dee Barton. Powell and Barton recommended that he study performanc...

Baraka Amiri 1934-....

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Mulligan, Gerry

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Biographical Note 1927, Apr. 6 Born, Gerald Joseph Mulligan, Queens, New York 1934 Began studying piano and clarinet 1941 Mulligan family moved to Reading, Pennsylvania Studied saxophone and clarinet with Sammy Cor...

Liebman, Dave

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Stahl, Dave

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Foster, Frank, 1928-2011

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Frank B. Foster III is a saxophonist, flutist, big band leader, educator, and Grammy Award-winning jazz composer and arranger, professionally active in music since the 1940s. From the description of Frank Foster papers, 1930-2009 and undated, bulk 1950s-2009. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 647801488 Mont Calm Farms might possibly have been in Montgomery County, Pa. From the description of Shooting record at Mont Calm Farms [manuscript], 1932-1945....

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