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Primary Instrument: Trombone

Born: March 1, 1904 | Died: December 15, 1944

Shortly after the beginning of the 20th century, in a small rural Southwestern Iowa town, a boy was born to Elmer and Mattie Lou Miller. The date was March 1, 1904 and the town was Clarinda. The boy that was born that night was named Alton Glen Miller (later changed to Glenn) and when he uttered his first cry, Clarinda heard Glenn Miller’s first “moonlight serenade.” Glenn’s first serenade was not particularly unique as it had been sung by children for centuries and was barely heard across South 16th Street. However, his second Moonlight Serenade was a composition he wrote while studying music under Dr. Schillinger in New York City. Glenn’s second Moonlight Serenade was unique, becoming the theme song of his number one Big Band and heard literally all around the world....
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Music

Featured recording “Essential Glenn Miller”

Essential Glenn Miller

Sony BMG Legacy
2005
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    The Glenn Miller Orchestra: In the Mood

    D
    2013
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    The Real... Glenn Miller (The Ultimate Glenn Miller Collection)

    Tzadik
    2013
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    The Glenn Miller Carnegie Hall Concert

    Tzadik
    2010
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    Rhapsody In Blue

    Tzadik
    2010
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    Tuxedo Junction

    Tzadik
    2009
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    100 Hits Legends

    Tzadik
    2009
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    Greatest Hits

    Tzadik
    2008
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