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Betty Glamann Voorhees (May 21, 1923 – September 3, 1990) was an American jazz harpist. She was born in Wellington, Kansas. Glamann learned to play harp at the age of ten. She attended a conservatory and was the harpist for the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra for three years. She played with Spike Jones in 1948, founded the Smith-Glamann Quintet in 1955, played with Duke Ellington and Marian McPartland around 1955 and then with Oscar Pettiford during 1957–58. With Kenny Dorham's band she recorded the album Jazz Contrasts in 1957. In 1958, she was involved in a Michel Legrand recording session with John Coltrane and Miles Davis; she played with Eddie Costa in 1958 and with the Modern Jazz Quartet in 1960.

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  • Betty Glamann Voorhees (May 21, 1923 – September 3, 1990) was an American jazz harpist. She was born in Wellington, Kansas. Glamann learned to play harp at the age of ten. She attended a conservatory and was the harpist for the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra for three years. She played with Spike Jones in 1948, founded the Smith-Glamann Quintet in 1955, played with Duke Ellington and Marian McPartland around 1955 and then with Oscar Pettiford during 1957–58. With Kenny Dorham's band she recorded the album Jazz Contrasts in 1957. In 1958, she was involved in a Michel Legrand recording session with John Coltrane and Miles Davis; she played with Eddie Costa in 1958 and with the Modern Jazz Quartet in 1960. (en)
  • Betty Glamann Voorhees (* 21. Mai 1923 in , Kansas; † 3. September 1990) war eine US-amerikanische Jazz-Harfenistin. Sie spielte mit Kenny Dorham, Duke Ellington und Oscar Pettiford. (de)
  • Betty GLAMANN (naskiĝis la 21-an de majo 1923 en Wellington, Kansaso) estas usona ĵaz-harpistino. Ŝi ludis kun Kenny Dorham, Duke Ellington kaj Oscar Pettiford. (eo)
  • Betty Glamann Voorhees (Wellington (Kansas), 21 mei 1923 - 3 september 1990) was een Amerikaanse jazz-harpiste. Glamann begon harp te spelen toen ze tien was. Ze studeerde aan en was drie jaar lang harpiste in het Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. Ze speelde en/of nam op met Spike Jones (1948), Marian McPartland (circa 1955), Duke Ellington (1956), Kenny Dorham (1957) en Oscar Pettiford (1957-1958). In 1958 was ze betrokken bij de opnamesessie van Michel Legrand met John Coltrane en Miles Davis (onder meer de nummers "Round Midnight" en "Django") en speelde ze met Eddie Costa. In 1960 nam ze op met het Modern Jazz Quartet. Ze nam twee platen op onder eigen naam: "Poinciana" (met haar Smith-Glamann Quintet) en "Swinging on a Harp" (met medewerking van onder meer ). (nl)
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  • Betty Glamann Voorhees (May 21, 1923 – September 3, 1990) was an American jazz harpist. She was born in Wellington, Kansas. Glamann learned to play harp at the age of ten. She attended a conservatory and was the harpist for the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra for three years. She played with Spike Jones in 1948, founded the Smith-Glamann Quintet in 1955, played with Duke Ellington and Marian McPartland around 1955 and then with Oscar Pettiford during 1957–58. With Kenny Dorham's band she recorded the album Jazz Contrasts in 1957. In 1958, she was involved in a Michel Legrand recording session with John Coltrane and Miles Davis; she played with Eddie Costa in 1958 and with the Modern Jazz Quartet in 1960. (en)
  • Betty Glamann Voorhees (* 21. Mai 1923 in , Kansas; † 3. September 1990) war eine US-amerikanische Jazz-Harfenistin. Sie spielte mit Kenny Dorham, Duke Ellington und Oscar Pettiford. (de)
  • Betty GLAMANN (naskiĝis la 21-an de majo 1923 en Wellington, Kansaso) estas usona ĵaz-harpistino. Ŝi ludis kun Kenny Dorham, Duke Ellington kaj Oscar Pettiford. (eo)
  • Betty Glamann Voorhees (Wellington (Kansas), 21 mei 1923 - 3 september 1990) was een Amerikaanse jazz-harpiste. Glamann begon harp te spelen toen ze tien was. Ze studeerde aan en was drie jaar lang harpiste in het Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. Ze speelde en/of nam op met Spike Jones (1948), Marian McPartland (circa 1955), Duke Ellington (1956), Kenny Dorham (1957) en Oscar Pettiford (1957-1958). In 1958 was ze betrokken bij de opnamesessie van Michel Legrand met John Coltrane en Miles Davis (onder meer de nummers "Round Midnight" en "Django") en speelde ze met Eddie Costa. In 1960 nam ze op met het Modern Jazz Quartet. Ze nam twee platen op onder eigen naam: "Poinciana" (met haar Smith-Glamann Quintet) en "Swinging on a Harp" (met medewerking van onder meer ). (nl)
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