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Gary Smulyan

Primary Instrument: Sax, baritone

Born: April 4, 1956    

Gary Smulyan

Baritone saxophonist Gary Smulyan is critically acclaimed as one of the major voices on the baritone saxophone today. As a teenager growing up on Long Island, Gary had the opportunity to perform with Lee Konitz, Chet Baker, and Jimmy Knepper.

In 1978 he was asked to join Woody Herman's Young Thundering Herd, which at that time included Joe Lovano, Marc Johnson and John Riley. He left Herman in 1980 and moved back to New York to join the Mel Lewis Jazz Orchestra led by Bob Brookmeyer. Mr. Smulyan has recorded and performed worldwide with Freddie Hubbard, Dizzy Gillespie, Stan Getz, Ray Charles, B.B. King, Tom Harrell. Cedar Walton, George Coleman, Joe Henderson, Joe Lovano, Tommy Flanagan, Chick Corea, Diana Ross, Clark Terry, Kenny Wheeler, Charles McPherson, James Moody and Slide Hampton, among others....
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    Bella Napoli

    Capri Records
    2014
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    Gary Smulyan / Dominic Chianese: Bella Napoli

    Capri Records
    2013
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    Bella Napoli

    Capri Records
    2013
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    Smul's Paradise

    Capri Records
    2012
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    High Noon: The Jazz Soul of Frankie Laine

    Reservoir Music
    2009
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    More Treasures

    Reservoir Music
    2008
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    Hidden Treasures

    Reservoir Music
    2006

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