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Birth name  Emmanuel Klein
Role  Jazz trumpeter
Occupation(s)  trumpeter
Genres  Jazz
Instruments  trumpet
Albums  Happy Session
Name  Manny Klein

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Origin  New York, New York, USA
Died  May 31, 1994, Los Angeles, California, United States
Associated acts  Paul Whiteman, Benny Goodman
Similar People  Benny Goodman, Red Nichols, Joe Venuti, Jimmy Dorsey, Alvin Stoller

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Emmanuel "Manny" Klein (February 4, 1908 – May 31, 1994) was an American jazz trumpeter most associated with swing.

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He began with Paul Whiteman in 1928 and was active throughout the 1930s playing with several major bands of the era including the Jimmy Dorsey, Tommy Dorsey and Benny Goodman. In 1937, he moved to California and worked with Frank Trumbauer's orchestra. And in early 1940, credited as Mannie Klein, he appears on Artie Shaw And His Orchestra recordings. He also did soundtracks and played trumpet for the film From Here to Eternity, but was uncredited. In addition, Klein worked with musicians associated with West Coast jazz in the 1950s.

A versatile player who studied with Max Schlossberg of the New York Philharmonic (whose other students included another New York-born trumpet luminary of the Big-band era, Bernie Glow), Klein could play in almost any setting, including first trumpet in an orchestra. In 1953, he appeared on the Capitol Records LP of Concerto In C Minor For Piano by Dmitri Shostakovich and The Four Temperaments by Paul Hindemith with Victor Aller and Felix Slatkin.

During the early 1960s, he appeared on several Dean Martin recordings. He played piccolo trumpet on Hugo Montenegro's hit version of the main theme to the 1966 film, The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.

Klein was regarded as one of the most proficient trumpet players of his, or any generation. In addition to being a brilliant technician, Klein possessed an uncanny ability to mimic the styles of many other prominent trumpeters, namely Bunny Berigan and Ziggy Elman.

Klein died at the age of 86 in Los Angeles on May 31, 1994.

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Partial discography

With Sammy Davis Jr

  • It's All Over but the Swingin' (Decca, 1957)
  • With Junior Mance

  • Get Ready, Set, Jump!!! (Capitol, 1964)
  • With Pete Rugolo

  • Ten Trumpets and 2 Guitars (Mercury, 1961)
  • References

    Manny Klein Wikipedia


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