JERRY COLONNA - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 07/02/1984 - HFSID 36239
Sale Price $488.75
A letter from the trombonist listing his years working the the CBS Symphony Orchestra
Autograph letter signed: "Jerry Colonna", 1p, 7¼x10½. No place, 2 July 1984.On personal letterhead to "The American Museum of Historical Documents Dear Sirs:". In full: "During the years between 1931-36 I was a staff trombonist with the CBS Symphony Orchestra in New York City under Conductors Howard Barlov and Eugene Orniandy - et al.. I also played Dixieland Jazz music with smaller groups on daily broadcasts.. My L Porecrd album titled: 'JERRY COLONNA PLAYS TROMBONE ALONG THE DIXIE HI-FI-WAY' Says just that... Truly yours". Colonna (1904-1986) was a talented trombonist and comedian who sported a large handlebar mustache. He made several films, beginning with 52nd St (1937), joined Bob Hope on many USO tours, and was a frequent TV guest star in the 1950s and 1960s. He published a novel, The Loves of Tullio (1970). Fine condition.
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