Frank Mantooth

Frank Mantooth

Born: April 11, 1947

Died: January 30, 2004

A graduate of North Texas State University and the Austrian Akadamie fuer Musik, he was active as a pianist, composer, arranger, clinician, educator and recording artist. Frank’s five albums “Suite Tooth,” “Persevere,” “Dangerous Precedent,” “Sophisticated Lady” and “A Miracle” garnered a total of eleven Grammy nominations in both writing and playing categories.

Frank taught at numerous universities, high schools, and summer jazz camps. He wrote a number of commissions from the Kansas City Smphony, the Madison Symphony Orchestra, Doc Severinsen, Pete Christlieb, Louie Bellson, and the Airmen of Note.

In 1999 the Wichita Jazz Festival bestowed on Frank the annual Homer Osborne award for outstanding contributions to jazz education. Frank was also included in the 2001 edition of Grove’s Dictionary of Jazz.

Website: www.frankmantooth.com

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America, The Beautiful

America, The Beautiful

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Product #: 52023
Credits: Ward/Mantooth
Series: Kendor Archive Editions
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Ballad For A Rough Year

Ballad For A Rough Year

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Product #: 52060
Credits: Mantooth
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If I Were A Bellson

If I Were A Bellson

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Product #: 52410
Credits: Mantooth
Series: Kendor Archive Editions
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Long In The Tooth (Digital Download Only)

Long In The Tooth (Digital Download Only)

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Product #: 03268
Credits: Mantooth
Series: Jazz Summit
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Shoehorn Shuffle

Shoehorn Shuffle

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  Product #: 52808
Credits: Mantooth
Series: Kendor Archive Editions
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