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  1. Fenrishura Reply
    Biography. Elgart was born in in New London, Connecticut, four years younger than his brother, Les, and grew up in Pompton Lakes, New Jersey. Their mother was a concert pianist; their father also played piano, though not professionally. Larry and Les both attended Pompton Lakes High School. Both brothers began playing in jazz ensembles in their teens, and while young Larry played with.
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    Jun 17,  · From the Swampfire LP Nashville Country Brass, released in The Green Leaves Of Summer - Les and Larry Elgart - - Duration: maynardcat 10, views.
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    Les Elgart (trumpet) and his brother Larry (alto/soprano sax) led one of the more popular swing orchestras of the '50s. Their smooth, tightly arranged sound helped keep the declining big-band style alive on the charts for a little while longer, and their later reunions often produced stylistic detours into contemporary easy listening trends.
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    Jan 06,  · 7jan update, views since 1feb ≡ Their AMAZING Big Band sound was the brainchild of arranger Charles Albertine ()!!!.
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    The Elgart name itself is legendary in this kind of music; brother Les Elgart also fronts his own, similar orchestra and the siblings collaborated on the Les & Larry Elgart .
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    Les Elgart (trumpet) and his brother Larry (alto/soprano sax) led one of the more popular swing orchestras of the '50s. Their smooth, tightly arranged sound helped keep the declining big-band style alive Read Full Biography. Biography ↓ Discography ↓ Songs ↓ Credits ↓.
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    Les Elgart (August 3, , New Haven, Connecticut-July 29, , Dallas, Texas) was an American swing jazz bandleader and trumpeter. Lester E. (Les) Elgart began playing trumpet as a teenager, and by age 20 had landed professional gigs. In the s he played in bands led by Raymond Scott, Charlie Spivak, and Harry James, and occasionally f.