Frank Glover

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Frank Glover
Born(1963-06-27)June 27, 1963
Indianapolis, Indiana, U.S.
Occupation(s)Musician, composer, arranger
InstrumentsClarinet, Saxophone
Associated actsBuselli-Wallarab Jazz Orchestra

Frank Glover (born June 27, 1963) is a contemporary jazz musician and composer from Indianapolis, Indiana. Although he plays saxophone as well, Glover's primary instrument is the clarinet.[1] For decades, his mentor and collaborator was Indianapolis jazz pianist Claude Sifferlen. Glover is based in southern Indiana where he teaches music theory and improvisation from his studio near the T.C. Steele Historic Site.


  • Mosaic (1991)
  • Something Old, Something New (1994)
  • Siamese Twins (1999)
  • Heart and Soul: A Tribute to Hoagy Carmichael (2003) — with the Buselli-Walllarab Jazz Orchestra
  • Carol of the Bells (2007) — with the Buselli-Walllarab Jazz Orchestra
  • Politico (Owl, 2009)
  • Abacus (Owl, 2010)


External links[edit]

  • Take 2 WFYI documentary
  • Owl Studios
  • Siamese Twins review
  • Something Old, Something New review
  • Nuvo top 10
  • Ellena Gillespie (2010-05-05), "Frank Glover: Going A Different Way", All About Jazz