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Frankie Trumbauer

C-melody saxophonist known for his compositions, especially his recording with Bix Beiderbecke and Eddie Langof of ‘Singin’ the Blues.’ His mom was a music instructor who got him began playing; he continued to perform using the Edgar Benson and Ray Miller rings, aswell as the Mound Town Blue Blowers. He was nominated for any Grammy Honor in 1977. He was created in Carbondale, Illinois and was component Cherokee. Trumbauer’s recordings of “Ostrich Walk” and “There’ll Arrive a period” were found in the soundtrack from the Curious Case of Benjamin Switch, a film which starred Brad Pitt.

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