Gene Orloff

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Gene Orloff (born 1922 or 1923 – died March 23, 2009[1]) was an American 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]


As sideman