Ib Glindemann

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Ib Glindemann
Born(1934-09-27)27 September 1934
OriginCopenhagen, Denmark
Died5 April 2019(2019-04-05) (aged 84)

Ib Niels Carl Glindemann Nielsen (September 27, 1934 – April 5, 2019)[2][3] was a Danish jazz musician and the leader of the Ib Glindemann Orchestra (a big band modeled after the Stan Kenton Orchestra). Saxophonist Stan Getz frequently appeared with them as a guest star when he was in Europe.[4]

Discography[edit]

  • Fontana presenting Ib Glindemann and his orchestra (Fontana, 1963)
  • Four Suites with Wolfgang Kafer and Kim Holst (Chappell Recorded Music Library, 1984)
  • Industrial / Activity - Holiday Music with Wolfgang Kafer (Chappell Recorded Music Library, 1985)
  • Acoustic/Woodwind/Brass with Robert Farnon (Carlin Recorded Music Library, 1990)
  • The Man Who Wanted to Be Guilty/The Traitors (Olufsen, 1991)
  • Talk of the town (Olufsen, 1992) with DR Big Band – recorded in 1988
  • Ping Pong (Mega, 1996)
  • A String of Pearls (Mega, 1997)
  • Swing Shoes (Mega, 2000)
  • 50 Years on Stage Featuring Gitte Hænning (Edel-Mega, 2002)
  • Fontana Presenting Ib Glindemann & His 1963 (Universal, 2004)
  • Turn on the Heat (Little Beat, 2009)

References[edit]

  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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