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David Izenzon

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An excellent bassist who was simply an expert using the bow, David Izenzon’s using the mid-’60s Ornette Coleman Trio was excellent. He didn’t begin playing bass until he had been 24. Izenzon proved helpful locally in Pittsburgh until shifting to NY in 1961. He used Paul Bley, Archie Shepp, Sonny Rollins, and Costs Dixon, and initial joined up with Coleman’s group in Oct 1961. Izenzon freelanced after Coleman’s 1962 City Hall concert, and played regularly using the innovative altoist during 1965-1968. He trained at Bronx Community University (1968-1971), used Perry Robinson and Paul Motian, obtained a PhD in psychotherapy (1973), and proved helpful once again with Coleman and Motian in 1977, before his early loss of life.

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Date Of Birth May 17, 1932
Died October 8, 1979, New York City, New York, United States
Music Songs Faces and Places, Ballad, Morning Song, Snowflakes And Sunshine, I am a Leaf for Today, Announcement, Child of the Night, European Echoes, Forms and Sounds for Wind Quintet, Doughnuts, May Day, Antiques, Dawn, The Riddle, Dee Dee, The Ark
Albums At the "Golden Circle" Stockholm, Volume One


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Composer

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TitleYearStatusCharacter
Who's Crazy? 1966

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TitleYearStatusCharacter
Population Explosion 1968 Short musician: acoustic double bass

Self

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David, Moffett, and Ornette: The Ornette Coleman Trio 1966 Documentary short Himself

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