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Instruments  Piano
Genres  Jazz

Name  Don Friedman
Website  Don Friedman.net
Children  Lynn A Freedman
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Born  May 4, 1935 (age 80) San Francisco, California, U.S. (1935-05-04)
Occupation(s)  Musician, songwriter, bandleader
Associated acts  Pepper Adams, Booker Little, Jimmy Giuffre, Clark Terry
Role  Jazz Pianist · donfriedman.net
Albums  Circle Waltz, Dreams and Explorations, Thingin'
Similar People  Attila Zoller, Pete La Roca, Scott LaFaro, Booker Little, Lee Konitz

Education  Los Angeles City College

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Donald Ernest Friedman (May 4, 1935 – June 30, 2016) was an American jazz pianist.

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On the West Coast, Friedman performed with Dexter Gordon, Chet Baker, Buddy DeFranco, and Ornette Coleman before moving to New York City. He led his own trio, in addition to playing in the bands of Pepper Adams, Booker Little, and Jimmy Giuffre in the 1960s. He was also a member of Clark Terry's big band. He worked in New York as a pianist and educator. He had many fans in Japan.

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As leader

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  • A Day in the City (Riverside, 1961)
  • Circle Waltz (Riverside, 1962)
  • Flashback (Riverside, 1963)
  • Dreams and Explorations (Riverside, 1964)
  • Metamorphosis (Prestige, 1966)
  • Hope for Tomorrow (East Wind, 1975)
  • Hot Knepper and Pepper (Progressive, 1978)
  • I Hear a Rhapsody (Stash, 1984)
  • Don Friedman at Maybeck (Concord, 1993)
  • Invitation (Progressive, 1994)
  • Opus D'Amour (Sackville, 1994) with Don Thompson
  • Thingin' (HatART, 1996) with Lee Konitz and Attila Zoller
  • Almost Everything (SteepleChase, 1995)
  • Red Sky Waltz (Alfa, 1996)
  • My Romance: Solo Piano (SteepleChase, 1997)
  • Prism (Abeat, 1997)
  • Match Point (TBR, 1998)
  • Attila's Dreams (Ephemeris, 1999 [2001])
  • Standards in Cagliari (Soul Note, 1999 [2004])
  • My Foolish Heart (SteepleChase, 2000 [2003])
  • Waltz for Debby (441, 2002)
  • Hot House (Chiaroscuro, 2003)
  • My Favorite Things (441, 2003)
  • Timeless (Village, 2003)
  • Salzau Trio Live at Jazz Baltica (Skip, 2004)
  • Scarborough Fair (Eighty-Eights, 2005)
  • Piano Works VI (ACT, 2006)
  • Moon River: New York Monologue (Eighty-Eight's, 2007)
  • Waltz for Marilyn (Jazz Excursion, 2007)
  • Straight Ahead (No Coast Jazz, 2008)
  • I'd Like to Tell You (Music Center, 2008 [2010])
  • The Composer (Enja, 2009)
  • Circle Waltz 21C (Eighty-Eight's, 2010)
  • As sideman

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    With Buddy Collette

  • Nice Day with Buddy Collette (Contemporary, 1957)
  • With John Handy

  • No Coast Jazz (Roulette, 1960)
  • With Joe Henderson

  • Tetragon (Milestone 1968)
  • With Elvin Jones

  • And Then Again (Atlantic, 1965)
  • With Don Lanphere

  • Into Somewhere (Hep, 1983)
  • With Booker Little

  • Out Front (Candid, 1961)
  • Booker Little and Friend (Bethlehem, 1961)
  • With Charles Lloyd

  • Discovery! (Columbia, 1964)
  • With Herbie Mann

  • Herbie Mann Live at Newport (Atlantic, 1963)
  • My Kinda Groove (Atlantic, 1964)
  • Our Mann Flute (Atlantic, 1966)
  • The Beat Goes On (Atlantic, 1967)
  • With Dave Pike

  • Manhattan Latin (Decca, 1964)
  • The Doors of Perception (Vortex, 1966 [1970])
  • With Clark Terry

  • It's What's Happenin' (Impulse!, 1967)
  • Live on QE2 (Chiaroscuro, 2001)
  • References

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