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Ivan Jullien

French trumpeter, arranger, composer, conductor, and bandleader Ivan Jullien was a prolific musician whose more than-50-year profession spanned several genres from jazz to pop, and included many ratings for film and tv. Blessed in Vincennes, France in 1934, Jullien discovered work in early stages organizing for the Barclay label in the ’60s and afterwards released a lot of his very own big-band albums on Riviera, including his very own 1971 fusion-infused consider of George Gershwin’s “Porgy & Bess.” Mainly a behind-the-scenes existence, Jullien organized and or/executed on recordings by such luminaries as Charles Aznavour, Henri Salvador, Elton John, Nicoletta, Baden Powell, Didier Lockwood, and so many more. In his old age, the jazz-oriented trumpeter stayed active, organizing and performing along with his big music group. Jullien passed away of respiratory failing on January 3, 2015; he was 80 years previous.

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