His name looking just like a mangled purchase to get a drum component, trumpeter Albert Snaer came up during probably one of the most historic eras of New Orleans jazz. Through the ´20s he performed on the popular riverboats with Dewey Jackson and George Augustin, co-leading the Moonlight Serenaders music group with the second option performer. Snaer got previously researched with Paul Chaligny, among the many near-mythological New Orleans players who have been nicknamed “Teacher.” Ahead of relocating to NEW YORK in 1928, the trumpeter also used the Excelsior Brass Band and Destiny Marable. For some from the ´30s and some the ´40s Snaer was intensely from the simple pianist and bandleader Claude Hopkins; his various other NY gigs included the orchestras of Andy Kirk and LeRoy Smith. From about 1942 Snaer continuing to try out music, but just part time. Even though many music artists whine about “getting taken up to the cleaners” by record businesses or managers, Snaer in fact ran his very own dry washing business in Connecticut, turning up on some past due ´40s schedules with the fantastic Sidney Bechet. The final several years from the trumpeter´s lifestyle had been spent in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA. His primary musical collaborator in this last period was Big Boy Goudie. Snaer passed away in 1962 but his loss of life was in fact reported in papers in 1960: he’s said to have got read his very own obituary with perplexed leisure.