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Carl-Henrik Norin

Carl-Henrik Norin was a Swedish jazz saxophonist.

Norin first began playing professionally in the early 1940s, including with Gösta Tönne and Thore Ehrling. As a member of Ehrling's ensemble, he composed the piece “Mississippi Mood”. He led a sextet in Stockholm in the 1950s and early 1960s, which played jazz as well as accompanying popular singers such as Bibi Johns; among its sidemen were Jan Allan and Rolf Billberg. He played with, among others, Harry Arnold, Roy Eldridge, Lars Gullin, Peanuts Holland, and Bjarne Nerem.



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