Joseph Samuel Glasel (born 1930, Manhattan, New York) known professionally as Johnny Glasel, was an American jazz trumpeter. Glasel played with Bob Wilber in the 1940s. He attended the Yale School of Music in the 1950s, then played in the New Haven Symphony Orchestra and chamber music ensembles in performances with jazz musicians. In New York City, he was a member of a Glenn Miller tribute band led by Ray McKinley. He performed in orchestras on Broadway and at Radio City Music Hall.
Profile: US-American jazz trumpet player, born 1930 in New York City, died 8 December 2011. Bill Russo And His Orchestra, Bob Wilber's Wildcats, Chuck Sagle And His Orchestra, Dick Meldonian And His Orchestra, Gil Evans And His Orchestra, The John Glasel Brasstet, The New York Brass Quintet, The Six. Variations: Viewing All John Glasel. Glasel, John Glasell, Johnny Glasel. Jazz Session (LP, Mono).
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Listen to the biggest hits from Johnny Glasel, including and more on Slacker Radio. Skilled trumpeter Johnny Glasel has a smattering of recordings under his own name, including the 1959 John Glasel Brasstet venture as well as Westchester Workshop, a polite-sounding title released some 45 years later. The development of this artist's style involved a mixture of classical and classic jazz approaches. Glasel graduated from the Yale School of Music in the early '50s, went to work for the New Haven Symphony Orchestra, and also played in several chamber music groups
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