Suhor, Don: New Orleans Clarinet & Sax Virtuoso

Suhor, Don SKU: 36351565
Suhor, Don: New Orleans Clarinet & Sax Virtuoso

Suhor, Don: New Orleans Clarinet & Sax Virtuoso

Suhor, Don SKU: 36351565

Format: CD

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Title: New Orleans Clarinet & Sax Virtuoso
Artist: Suhor, Don
Label: GHB Records
UPC: 762247556121
Genre: Jazz

(2-CD set) Don Suhor played clarinet and alto sax in a stunning variety of jazz contexts in New Orleans for over 55 years. Passionately devoted to the art of jazz, with no interest in self-promotion, his career defined "low profile." Decades of work with traditional jazz groups in settings like the Famous Door, Crazy Shirley's, and the Palm Court Cafe were the ground for development of a unique and highly advanced clarinet style that made use of his prodigious technique. His inventive alto sax work was honed in gritty postwar underground bebop sessions and strip clubs in the French Quarter. In the years before his death in 2003 he kept a hectic schedule-a steady trio gig at the Court of Two Sisters, a big band session with Irvin Mayfield, modern combo work at Snug Harbor. This two-CD set, largely recordings from private sessions, ensures that Don Suhor's talents will not go unsung.


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