Slumberettes – Norman Simmons

A lilting and exceptionally beautiful waltz in 3/4 with melody and counter melody, perfect in a quintet setting, with second parts and a Condensed Score. Solo Piano Arrangements (plus exclusive audio) in two levels of difficulty.

Norman Simmons

born on October 6, 1929

Accomplished soloist, accompanist, composer and educator, Norman Simmons is well known as a pianist with an great ability to connect with jazz singers. Born in Chicago, Simmons taught himself piano and at age sixteen enrolled in the Chicago School of Music. He formed his own group in 1949 and began recording in 1952 when he worked as a house pianist for Chicago clubs The BeeHive and the C&C Lounge. During this period, his first recordings were under the leadership of tenor saxophonists Claude McLin, Paul Bascomb and Coleman Hawkins. Read more...

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