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Eddie Sauter

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Perhaps one of the most inventive arrangers to emerge through the golf swing period, Eddie Sauter’s organic and colorful graphs never suit that easily into any particular category. His function tended to end up being at its greatest when created for a particular purpose, format or soloist. Sauter originally performed trumpet and drums, afterwards also learning mellophone. He examined at Columbia School and Juilliard, and during 1935-1939, produced a stir within the jazz globe as the primary arranger with Crimson Norvo’s Orchestra. Sauter’s composing properly framed both Norvo’s xylophone and Mildred Bailey’s tone of voice, and was filled with surprises. He proved helpful being a freelancer through the remainder from the golf swing era, along with his most notable function getting for Benny Goodman (like the complicated graphs for “Superman,” “Clarinet ? la Ruler,” “Benny Trips Once again,” “Moonlight over the Ganges,” “Like Walked In,” and “La Rosita”), a few of the most advanced music which the clarinetist ever performed. Furthermore, Sauter contributed agreements to the rings of Artie Shaw, Tommy Dorsey, Woody Herman, and (within the postwar years) Ray McKinley. In 1952, Sauter became a member of pushes with fellow arranger Costs Finegan to create the Sauter-Finegan Orchestra, a fascinating but often extreme music group that allowed the co-leaders’ imaginations to perform wild, often resulting in novelties (including their strike “Doodletown Fifers”) which are of minimal curiosity to jazz supporters. After the music group ran its training course, Sauter started a two-year stay static in Germany in 1957as the first choice from the Sudwestfunk Radio Place Music group of Baden-Baden. Time for the U.S. in 1959, proved helpful within the studios but sometimes composed for jazz-oriented tasks, especially 1961’s Concentrate (which presented Stan Getz).and scored the film Mickey 1 in 1965 (which also had Getz because the lead tone of voice).

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Full Name Eddie Sauter
Died April 21, 1981, New York City, New York, United States
Profession Composer
Education Columbia University, Juilliard School
Nationality American
Music Songs Clarinet à la King, Kopf hoch, Easy Does It, Dernière Minute, Porte au Prince, Reeperbahn, Three on a Match, Suddenly It's Spring, Hightor, Was ist los in Baden-Oos, Spook Walk, Little Girl in a Big City, Street Market, My Funny Valentine, High Tide, Superman, Old Devils Moon, It Had to Be You
Movies Mickey One


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Composer

Composer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Beggarman, Thief 1979 TV Movie
Switch 1976-1977 TV Series 10 episodes
Night Gallery 1971-1973 TV Series 17 episodes
Mickey One 1965
The Adventures of Hiram Holliday 1956 TV Series as Edward E. Sauter
All the Cats Join In 1946 Short

Music Department

Music Department

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Shooting Stars 1997 composer: song "I'm Late, I'm Late"
1776 1972 orchestrator
Winston Churchill: The Valiant Years 1961 TV Series documentary orchestrator - 3 episodes
The Saturday Night Revue 1954 TV Series musical director - 1 episode

Soundtrack

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Buffalo '66 1998 writer: "I Remember When"
Getz: Ravel, Sauter, Wilder, Macero and All That Jazz 1969 TV Movie writer: "Focus"
All the Cats Join In 1946 Short writer: "All the Cats Join In"
Make Mine Music 1946 music: "All the Cats Join In" 1945
The Gang's All Here 1943 arranger: "Minnie's in the Money" - uncredited

Actor

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Saturday Night Revue 1953 TV Series Sauter-Finegan Orchestra

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Here's Edie 1963 TV Series Himself
The Colgate Comedy Hour 1954 TV Series Himself - Musician

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