Arnold, Jay (ne Aronovich, Judson Mathew) 6.jan.1908-1.feb.1993 USA North Dakota, Larimore - Georgia, Atlanta
jewish saxophonist, clarinetist, flutist, editor, compiler, arranger, 1910-1925 lived in Winnipeg Manitoba Canada, 1910 in Minneapolis Minnesota, 1917 in Grand Forks North Dakota, 1930 in Elon Virginia, 1923-1926 studied at the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg, studied in New York 1926-1927 clarinet with Gustave Langenus, 1931 arranging with Paul Weirick, 1931-1932 saxophone with Merle Johnston, 1932-1933 flute with Gerald Rudy and Michael Ross, 1936-1944 editor for the publishing firms Windsor, Harvest, Robbins, Amsco, Marks, Republic, Times Square and Manhattan, 1944 retired from active music and started orchard farming in Monroe Virginia ; son of David Arnold (ne Aronovich) (Ukraine, Balta 21.oct.1879-) and Ethel Esther (Ettel Ester) Spiegel (Hungary, Miskolc 20.oct.1878-apr.1973 Virginia, Richmond) ; 7.apr.1936 he married Ardis Jean Rood (Wisconsin, Ripon 9.oct.1914-15.sep.1986 Atlanta)

Title Parts

[] Playful prelude. Dance orchestra. 1940
[] You're everything lovely. Song. 1939
[] Swingin' on one note. Song. 1940
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