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Norman Granz (1918–2001)

Norman Granz was born on August 6, 1918 in Los Angeles, California, USA. He was a producer and director, known for Bright Lights, Big City (1988), Youthful Sinners (1958) and Improvisation (1950). He was married to Greta. He died on November 22, 2001 in Geneva, Canton Geneva, Switzerland. See full bio »

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Known For

Youthful Sinners Composer
Improvisation Producer
Improvisation Producer


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 2004 Improvisation (producer)
 1950 Improvisation (Short) (producer)
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 2004 Improvisation
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 1957 The Nat King Cole Show (TV Series)
Master of Ceremonies
- Episode #3.5 (1957) ... Master of Ceremonies
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 1988 Bright Lights, Big City (producer: "Bill" (Instrumental), "Lovely To Look At" (Instrumental))
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 1944 Jammin' the Blues (Short) (technical director)
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 2004 Improvisation
 1986 American Masters (TV Series documentary)
Himself - Impresario and Record Producer
- Billie Holiday: The Long Night of Lady Day (1986) ... Himself - Impresario and Record Producer
 1970 Music on 2 (TV Series)
 1966 Late Show London (TV Series)
- Episode #1.19 (1966) ... Himself
 1955 Music 55 (TV Series documentary)

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Other Works:

"An Evening with Yves Montand" (solo) at the Henry Miller's Theatre in New York. Produced by Norman Granz. Staged and performed by Yves Montand. Conducted by Bob Castella. Songs : "Les Amis" (lyrics by Francis Lemarque, music by Bob Castella), "La Fête à Loulou" (lyrics by René Rouzaud, music by Bob Castella), "Une Demoiselle ... See more »

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Founded Clef Records (1946-?). It was later bought by Verve Records.



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