Gene Orloff

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Gene Orloff (died March 23, 2009[1]) was a violinist, concertmaster, arranger, contractor and session musician.

In the late 1940s, he was in Neal Hefti's orchestra, together with, among others, Curley Russell, Shelley Manne and Flip Phillips, on a recording date backing Charlie Parker,[2] and with Nat King Cole's trio/The Muleskinners, backing Woody Herman on vocals.[3]

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As sideman

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