American jazz trumpeter, composer, and arranger (signed item)

By: HEFTI, Neal

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Born 1922: He became a prominent composer and arranger while playing trumpet for Woody Herman. He is especially known for his charts for Count Basie such as "Li'l Darlin'" and "Cute". While working for Herman he provided new arrangements for "Woodchopper's Ball" and "Blowin' Up a Storm," and composed "The Good Earth" and "Wild Root." After leaving Herman's band in 1946, Hefti concentrated on arranging and composing, although he occasionally led his own bands. In the 1960s and later he composed and arranged mainly for movies and television. He wrote the background music for movies such as Sex and the Single Girl, How to Murder Your Wife, Synanon, Boeing Boeing, Harlow, Lord Love a Duck, Duel at Diablo, Oh Dad Poor Dad Mama's Hung You in the Closet and I'm Feelin' So Sad, and Barefoot in the Park. His best-known contributions of this period are the theme of the TV series such as Batman and The Odd Couple. FIRST DAY COVER SIGNED BY HEFTI. Fine condition. Scan available on request. Lightweight item; low postage rates, please enquire. We are members of the UACC (Universal Autograph Collectors Club - Registered Dealer number 9186). All signed items we sell have a lifetime guarantee.

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