Warne Marsh

Real Name:Warne Marion Marsh

American tenor saxophonist and jazz musician noted for his devotion to purely lyrical improvisation.
Born in Los Angeles, California 26 October 1927 Died in Los Angeles, California 18 December 1987 (60 years old).
Marsh played in Hoagy Carmichael’s TV show as part of the Teenagers (1945) before serving in the U.S. Army. In 1948 he became a student of Lennie Tristano, who was the principal influence upon his art. He played with Tristano from 1949 to 1952 and in rare reunions thereafter.

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In Groups:Buddy Rich Band, Pete Christlieb / Warne Marsh Quintet, Lee Konitz Quintet, Lennie Tristano Quintet, Lennie Tristano Sextet, Metronome All Stars, Sal Mosca-Warne Marsh Quartet, Supersax, The Chet Baker Quintet, The Kai Winding Quintet, The Pete Christlieb Quartet, The Ted Brown Sextet, Tommy Talbert And His Orchestra, Warne Marsh Group, Warne Marsh Lee Konitz Quintet, Warne Marsh Quartet, Warne Marsh Quintet, Warne Marsh Trio
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