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Gerry Mulligan - Mulligan (CD)

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  1. 33C Gerry Mulligan. Mulligan ‎ (CD, Unofficial) Lester Radio Corporation. 33C Japan. /5(1).
  2. As a saxophonist, Gerry Mulligan was the ideal session man, who could jam with anyone old or new-school. Given his stature as the man who almost single-handedly put the baritone saxophone on the jazz map, his place in jazz history is secure. But it is when he picked up his arranger's pen and music staves that perhaps his finest work ensues/5(7).
  3. Gerry Mulligan Quartet/Spring Is Sprung [Remastered] by Gerry Mulligan (CD, Jun, Essential Jazz Classics).
  4. Buy Gerry Mulligan's album titled Night Lights to enjoy in your home or car, or gift it to another. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your patience. CD $ $ Save 3% Current price is $, Original price is $ You Save 3%. View All Available Formats & smartaronacarsetzvascrededfisemfi.xyzinfo: Polygram Records.
  5. 98 rows · Lee Konitz Plays with the Gerry Mulligan Quartet: Pacific Jazz The Original Gerry .
  6. Sometimes Mulligan expanded his quartet to a sextet, with tenor saxophonist Zoot Sims and trumpeter Jon Eardley. With this group he came to the Amsterdam Concertgebouw for the first time in April, The Dutch Jazz Archive released the recording of this concert on the CD Gerry Mulligan: Western Reunion (MCN ).
  7. Gerry Mulligan kept the original parts and scores from this album which can be found in his special collection housed at the Library of Congress. Viewing the original scores housed at the Library of Congress, you will find that Holman had labeled the sax parts with the players he may have intended to perform this music.
  8. Gerry Mulligan was born in Queens Village, Queens, New York, the son of George and Louise Mulligan. His father was a Wilmington, Delaware, native of Irish descent; his mother a Philadelphia native of half Irish and half German descent. Gerry was the youngest .

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