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Jimmy Giuffre

Primary Instrument: Clarinet

Born: April 26, 1921 | Died: April 24, 2008    

Jimmy Giuffre

Reedman and composer Jimmy Giuffre was born in Dallas, TX. He started his musical education at age 9 learning the clarinet and within few years he was proficient enough to give solo clarinet recitals at local functions. After high school he attended North Texas State University receiving a B. A. in music. During his college years he played in local bands. Soon after graduation he enlisted in the Army and was a member of the official Army band. After discharge he became a professional arranger for several big bands including Boyd Raeburn's, Buddy Rich's, Jimmy Dorsey’s and most famously in Woody Herman’s where he also played tenor sax. During his tenure with Woody Herman’s big band he composed the classic “Four Brothers” in 1947....
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    Jimmy Giuffre: New York Concerts

    Elemental Music
    2014
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    7 Pieces

    Essential Jazz Classics
    2011
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    Four Classic Albums Plus ....

    HighNote
    2008
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    The Life of a Trio: Saturday & Sunday


    2007
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    Cool One

    Giant Steps
    2006
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    New Forms In Jazz: Complete Capitol Recordings 1954-1955

    HighNote
    2006
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    The Original Trio

    HighNote
    2005
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