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Adrian RolliniThe Life and Music of a Jazz Rambler$
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Ate van Delden

Print publication date: 2019

Print ISBN-13: 9781496825155

Published to University Press of Mississippi: May 2020

DOI: 10.14325/mississippi/9781496825155.001.0001

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Trio Years: Before and during the War

Trio Years: Before and during the War

(p.332) Chapter 18 Trio Years: Before and during the War
Adrian Rollini

Ate van Delden

University Press of Mississippi

In 1938 Rollini made his final recording on bass saxophone. He definitely chose for the vibraphone and his Trio. Some of his compositions for vibraphone were published by Robbins. The Trio had plenty of work and the next year Rollini got a broadcast contract for Chiclets chewing gum. There were engagements in Hollywood as well as many short gigs in New York in such places as the Belmont Plaza and the Piccadilly. The Trio's personnel changed rapidly and leader Rollini had to find replacements. He settled for Allen Hanlon, guitar, (later Fred Sharp) and George Hnida, bass.They record for a small label, WOR Feature.

Keywords:   Robbins, Chiclets, Piccadilly, Allen Hanlon, George Hnida

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