Benny Goodman

A legend in his own lifetime was the American clarinettist Benny Goodman, born on 30 May 1909 in Chicago. His career was divided between jazz and classical music. Copland and Hindemith wrote concertos for him, and he was remarkable in performance of the Mozart Concerto. He died in New York on 13 June 1986.

A selection of articles about Benny Goodman

Ensemble. Splendidly Lucid - Elgar, Weber, Tchaikovsky and more from Julian Bliss, Mark Elder and the Hallé Orchestra, reported by Mike Wheeler

CD Spotlight. Highly Engaging - Emma Johnson plays Bernstein, Copland and Dankworth, recommended by Ron Bierman. '... outstanding performances ...'

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