Taking Poinciana’s composer Nat Simon from an undeserved obscurity

Nat Simon

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Edition, adaptation and research by Toni  Basanta from Fairfax, Vermont, USA
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Composer Nat Simon (Newburgh, New York, 6 August 1900 – 1979) [1]  was an American composer, pianist, bandleader and songwriter.

From the 1930s to 1950s,  his songs were used in over 20 films.

The artists pictured above have played  Nat Simon’s compositions. We will continue searching and there’s one good note written by Cornet Master Warren Vache about Mr. Simon that will be used in a forthcoming posting.

You can see Mr. Vache  close to Ahmad Jamal and Johnny Mathis with his inseparable Cornet.

Songs

 

My comment

Helping to update Wikipedia – The Free Encyclopedia, I fulfill an old desire searching about the origins of POINCIANA.

Toni Basanta

DJ Host of The Cuban Bridge on the radio and on television

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