A prolific writer and arranger, Canadian clarinetist Phil Nimmons hasn’t received due compliment through the international jazz community. Nimmons’ large participation in jazz education (he continues to be on the College or university of Toronto faculty since 1973) provides allowed him to do something as mentor for most of Canada’s jazz authors and arrangers, though it provides perhaps avoided him from getting the reputation he should get. Nimmons’ own functions in both jazz and traditional vein time from 1948. The 1974 documenting of his Atlantic Suite received the very first Juno Award provided in the jazz category. The Olympic Arts Celebration from the 1988 Wintertime Video games commissioned Nimmons’ function, “The Torch,” that was premiered on the Calgary Wintertime Olympics, by way of a band beneath the path of fellow-Canadian article writer/arranger, Rob McConnell.