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March 17, 1930 - June 29, 2014


Paul Horn performs with his Quintet during a 1962 appearance on the West Coast jazz TV series "Frankly Jazz" hosted by Frank Evans.


Paul Horn, alto sax
Larry Bunker, vibes
Paul Moer, piano,
Victor Gaskin, bass
Milt Turner, drums

Originally from New York City, Paul Horn leaned to play both the piano and saxophone during his youth.

He would gain a more extensive musical education, furthering his skills by studying clarinet and flute at Ohio's Oberlin Conservatory of Music, before earning a masters degree from the Manhattan School of Music.

Moving to Los Angles in the mid-1950s he played in Chico Hamilton's Quintet and worked as a side man.

After working on scores for television during his time on the West Coast, Paul relocated to Victoria, British Columbia in 1970 where he recorded for the National Film Board of Canada.

Known primarily as a flutiest and an early pioneer of New Age music during his later years, Paul Horn worked with a wide variety of musicians spanning different cultures and locations around the world.

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