Glenn Zottola

Nearly four decades ago, a precocious young brassman who played a Leblanc trumpet caught the attention of Vito Pascucci, then president and now chairman and CEO of G. Leblanc Corporation. A blurb in the March, 1960, Leblanc Bandsman, a forerunner to the Leblanc Bell, reported:

“Young Glenn [Zottola] has certainly begun to carve a lasting mark for himself in the trumpet world, and it goes without saying that talent such as this is bound to make itself known on an even wider scale in the near future. Remember this young artist’s name! You’ll be hearing it often in years to come as Glenn Zottola’s abundance of talent becomes tempered with that invaluable ingredient called experience.”

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Albums

Charlie Parker with Strings Revisited
Charlie Parker with...
Classic Jazz Records
2015
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Miles Davis Remembered
Miles Davis Remembered
Classic Jazz Records
2015
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The Bossa Nova Story, Glenn Zottola, Salutes Stan Getz
The Bossa Nova Story,...
Classic Jazz Records
2014
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Clifford Brown Remembered
Clifford Brown...
Classic Jazz Records
2014
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Getting Sentimental
Getting Sentimental
Classic Jazz Records
2014
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Classic Arrangements
Classic Arrangements...
Classic Jazz Records
2014
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