COLLIER, Graham. British, b. 1937. Genres: Music. Career: Self-employed composer, musician, bandleader, and writer, since 1963. Director of Jazz Studies, Royal Academy of Music, London. Publications: Inside Jazz, 1973; Jazz: A Guide for Teachers and Students, 1975; Compositional Devices, 1975; Cleo and John, 1976; Jazz Workshop: The Blues, 1988; Interaction, Opening Up the Jazz Ensemble, 1996. Address: c/o Arpartado 477, 29400 Ronda, Malaga, Spain.
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