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May 02 2019
The Revolver Club
Written By The Revolver Club - May 02 2019
Edward Saldanha born in Rangoon, Burma, in 1934, was an Indian jazz pianist. He was a student at the Lenox School of Jazz and the Berklee School of Music. Saldanha came from a musical family and it's believed that he brought jazz to Bollywood.
In 1959, the pianist Dizzy Sal, who had been born Edward Saldanha, was a student at the Lenox School of Music in the Berkshire Hills in Massachusetts. The summer school attracted some of the brightest young jazz talents from the US – and across the world. Sal’s classmates included the brilliant saxophonist Ornette Coleman and the quirky trumpet player Don Cherry. Each year, the class would end with a student performance. Sal’s turn in the spotlight came on August 29, 1959. Each year, it issued new records as part of a series called Jazz in the Classroom. Volume V, issued in 1961, features Sal and his classmates playing new arrangements of tunes composed by the saxophonist Benny Golson.