Alongside Lee Konitz, Warne Marsh was probably the most effective “pupil” of Lennie Tristano and, in contrast to Konitz, Marsh spent the majority of his job discovering chordal improvisation the Tristano way. The cool-toned tenor used Hoagy Carmichael’s Teens during 1944-1945 and after the Military, he was with Friend High (1948) before dealing with Lennie Tristano (1949-1952). His recordings with Tristano and Konitz still audio amazing today with unisons that produce both horns appear to be one. Marsh experienced periodic reunions with Konitz and Tristano over time, spent periods beyond music, and remained accurate to his musical goals. He relocated to LA in 1966 and caused Supersax during 1972-1977, also completing period teaching. Marsh, who collapsed and passed away on stage in the famous Donte’s golf club in 1987 while playing “From Nowhere,” is currently considered famous. He recorded like a innovator for Xanadu, Imperial, Kapp, Setting (reissued on V.S.O.P.), Atlantic, Influx, Storyville, Revelation, Interplay, Criss Mix, and Hot Golf club.