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Claude Thornhill (August 10, at Terre Haute, Indiana – July 1, , New Jersey) was an American pianist, arranger, composer, and bandleader. He composed the jazz and pop standards "Snowfall" and "I Wish I Had You", the last recorded by Billie Holliday. As a youth, he was recognized as an extraordinary talent and formed a traveling duo with Danny Polo, a musical prodigy on the clarinet.
Thornhill, Claude - Claude Thornhill & His Orchestra - isbarseehosurderalmotarmantmicom.co Music Claude Thornhill & His Orchestra Many could still remember those Glory Days of I think Thornhill's music goes down well with a soupçon of defeat. The classic Thornhill tracks are the classics, agreed.5/5(1).
Claude Thornhill discography and songs: Music profile for Claude Thornhill, born 10 August Genres: Big Band, Swing. Albums include The Golden Years, Loch Lomond / I'm Coming Virginia, and Nice Work If You Can Get It / Easy to Love.
During the mids, Thornhill arranged and played piano for Andre Kostelanetz. In he founded the Claude Thornhill Orchestra. Polo was his lead clarinet player. Although the Thornhill band was a sophisticated dance band, it became known for its superior jazz musicians and for Thornhill's and Gil Evans's arrangements.
Mar 05, · It began to snow ever so slightly as I neared home and, as I’d also been listening to some Lee Konitz records that afternoon, I immediately thought of Claude Thornhill and his wonderful, unique band of the s. At ninrteen, Konitz first made his mark playing alto in Thornhill’s band and he’s never been out of the jazz vanguard since.