Ib Glindemann

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Ib Glindemann
Born(1934-09-27)27 September 1934
Origin Copenhagen, Denmark
Died5 April 2019(2019-04-05) (aged 84)
Associated acts Rolf Billberg, Stan Getz, Allan Botschinsky [1] Danmarks Radio big band

Ib Niels Carl Glindemann Nielsen (September 27, 1934 – April 5, 2019) [2] [3] was a Danish jazz musician, the leader of the Ib Glindemann Orchestra (a big band modeled after the Stan Kenton Orchestra). When in Europe, saxophonist Stan Getz was a frequent guest star of the orchestra. [4]

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References

  1. Yanow, Scott. Trumpet Kings: The Players Who Shaped the Sound of Jazz Trumpet. p. 64. ISBN   0-87930-640-8.
  2. Komponist og kapelmester Ib Glindemann er død (in Danish)
  3. Obituary at afdoede.dk (in Danish)
  4. Gelly, Dave. Stan Getz: Nobody Else But Me. p. 102.
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