American jazz alto saxophonists: Paul Desmond, Eric Dolphy, Cannonball Adderley, Lenny Hambro, Steve Coleman, Benny Carter, Art Pepper, Kenny G

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9781155315638: American jazz alto saxophonists: Paul Desmond, Eric Dolphy, Cannonball Adderley, Lenny Hambro, Steve Coleman, Benny Carter, Art Pepper, Kenny G
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 77. Chapters: Paul Desmond, Eric Dolphy, Cannonball Adderley, Lenny Hambro, Steve Coleman, Benny Carter, Art Pepper, Kenny G, Anthony Braxton, Lee Konitz, Jimmy Dorsey, Earl Bostic, David Sanborn, Herb Geller, Carlos Garnett, Jackie McLean, Dave Koz, John Klemmer, Grover Washington, Jr., Dewey Redman, Phil Woods, Gary Bartz, Hank Crawford, Marion Brown, Jimmie Lunceford, Bud Shank, Bobby Watson, Larry Elgart, Vincent Herring, Lou Donaldson, Sonny Red, Jazz Hamilton, Eddie Vinson, Michael J Thomas, Prince Lasha, Cecil Payne, Rudresh Mahanthappa, Charlie Mariano, Hal Kemp, Richie Cole, Benny Reid, Lennie Niehaus, Makanda Ken McIntyre, Bunky Green, Vi Redd, Pamela Williams, Najee, Marshall Allen, Mark Gross, Sonny Criss, Sonny Fortune, Shafi Hadi, Jay Beckenstein, Robin Kenyatta, James Spaulding, John Handy, Hal McKusick, Brooks Brown, Charles McPherson, Jimmy Lyons, Carlos Ward, Sonny Simmons, Russell Procope, Arthur Jones, Tab Smith, Frank Teschemacher, Joe Ford, Gabe Baltazar, Ben Smith, Sonny Cox, Keith Anderson, Frank Tiberi, Leo Wright, Bill Johnson, Boots Mussulli, Richard Tabnik, Carlos Johnson, Earl Anderza, Lem Davis, Arnold Sterling, Gene Quill. Excerpt: Leonard William Hambro (1923-1995) was a journeyman jazz musician who played woodwinds, primarily alto saxophone, with a host of bands, orchestras, and jazz notables from the early 1940s through the mid-1960s, and continued as a session musician, music producer, booking agent, and entertainment coordinator through the mid-1990s. Early in his professional career, Hambro spelled his name "Lennie" but changed it to the former spelling in 1954, although he was occasionally referred to as "Lennie" in the press as late as 1957. Hambro broke into the profession with Gene Krupa in 1942. However, he is best known for his time as manager and assistant band leader with the New Glenn...

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