ANTONIO LUIGI SALVATORI BIOGRAPHY
Antonio Luigi Salvatori
Born: 24 March 1935, Wheeling, West Virginia
Parents: Louis and Evelyn Salvatori
Bachelor of Music, Boston
Major, Trombone performance; Minor, Education.
Studied music at Muskingum
College, U. S. Army Band Training Unit and Berklee School of Music
(as it was named at that time).
Studied applied trombone with Douglas Haigwood, Joe Bennett, John Coffey, Joseph Oroscz, Davis Schuman and John
Military Service: 1958-1960
19th Army Band at Fort Dix,
Bass Trombonist, Teacher, Conductor, Writer, Composer, Arranger, Orchestrator, Music Copyist, Ordained Christian Minister.
Also assisted Al Cass in developing the Number 5 Bass Trombone Mouthpiece.
AFM Local 802, New York, NY
AFM Local 142, Wheeling, WV
1955-1956: Music Instructor, Dexter City School, Dexter City, OH
1955-1956: Band Instructor, Pike School, Cambridge, OH
1963-1968: Music Instructor, Vernon Township School, Vernon, NJ
1964-1968: Band Instructor, Saint
Agnes Cathedral, Rockville, NY
1970-1972: Producer and Broadcaster of Music Variety Programs at WTBQ-AM Radio in Warwick, NY
1971-1975: Band Instructor,
Stonybrook School, Kinnelon, NJ
1976-1978: Jazz Workshop Instructor, Indian Hills High School, Oakland, NJ
1976-1978: Jazz Workshop Instructor, Ramapo College, Ramapo, NJ
1977: Ceo Summer Music Camp at
Oglebay Park, Wheeling, WV
1977-1978: Adjunct Professor of Trombone, Ramapo High School, Franklin Lakes, NJ
1979-1982: Adjunct Professor of Trombone, Jersey City State College, Jersey City, NJ
50+ Years: Instructing private pupils of all ages; single engagements as clinician or soloist or adjudicator at
local, regional and state levels
6 Years: Directing various church choirs
"Music From Muskingum", Muskingum College Orchestra, Recorded Publications
The Four Sparks, two singles (45rpm), ABC Paramount
"Jazz In the Classroom"
Volumes VI and VII, Berklee School of Music
"Dancers' Choice", Ralph Marterie, UAL 3285
"Sound of the Times", Les & Larry Elgart, CS 0311
"Girl Watchers" Les & Larry Elgart, CL 2633
"Warm and Sensuous"
Les & Larry Elgart, CS 9391
"That Old Time Religion" (45rpm EP), Manhattan Brass Choir, MBCEP-1
"Praise to The
Living God", Manhattan Brass Choir, ABC 607
"The New York Jazz Sessions", Richie Pratt, ASR 1007
"Mark Heter Brass Band" MHS 7194K
"Let the Dance Go On", Lloyd Michels and Mistura, Fusion Records (45rpm and limited edition album at
"Living For the City", Lloyd Michels and Mistura, Fusion Records (45rpm and limited edition album at
"Life Is a Song Worth Singing", Lloyd Michels and Mistura, Fusion Records (45rpm and limited edition
album at 33rpm)
"Certain Kind of Music", Lloyd Michels and Mistura, Fusion Records (45rpm and limited edition album at
"The Flasher" (45rpm)
"The Music of Gene Rowland", Dick Meldonian/Sonny Igoe Big Swing Band, CCD 141
"Swing Concerts 1980-1982", Dick Meldonian/Sonny Igoe Big Swing Band, CCD 73
"Jesus Christ Superstar" Original Cast Album, (Decca) MCA c5000
"Pippin" Original Cast Album, (Motown) M760
"Brighty of the Grand Canyon" Film Score
"Birth of a Band" Film Score
TV specials for Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus and the Kraft Music Hall
Jingles for Uneeda Appliances, Kruger Beer, Budweiser Beer, Salem Cigarettes, Plymouth Automobiles, Nationwide
Insurance and the New York State Board of Tourism.
Don Scaletta's "The
Jazz Project Band, Tribute to Stan Kenton", Volume 1
|Writing, Arranging and Composition:
Orchestral arrangements for Earl Summers, pit orchestra for The Linsly Minstrels 1951, 1952 and 1953.
Arrangement of Nursery Songs for the Shrine Circus (1953; first paid writing job).
"Music Compositions and Arrangements for Students"
"Uno Sforzo da Diversi",
for the Church Of The Incarnation dedication ceremony in West Milford, NJ.
"Arrangements for Orchestra and Dance Band"
"An Elementary Instrumental Music Curriculum"
Various articles for Indian Hills Jazz Workshop journals in Oakland, NJ.
Jingle for Uneeda Appliances
"Bass Clef Solos and Duets", a book of 24 standard song arrangements published by Big Three Music Publishers,
New York, New York.
Arrangement of "Mellow Groove" by Richie Pratt on his album, "The New York Jazz Sessions"
While a high-school senior, constructed, wrote music for and conducted "Prunella's Picture Book", a single
presentation by the Youth Group at Thompson Methodist Church on Wheeling Island.
While attending Muskingum College, conducted the Ulster Club Chorus and the Brown Chapel Choir. Also formed, wrote
music for and conducted the Ulster Quartette which performed Barbershop and Four Freshmen arrangements.
Choir Master at First Methodist Church, Caldwell, Ohio 1955-1956.
Choir Master at Church of the Incarnation Episcopal, West Milford, New Jersey 1968-1972.
Musicians' and Music Teachers'
Recreational Jazz Band
The Maitland Orchestra and Chorus, Florida
DeLand Little Symphony, Florida
Music Director for the
Helen Stairs Theater Group production of "Most Happy Fella" in Sanford, Florida
THE AMERICAN HERITAGE ORCHESTRA, LTD. a non-profit educational resource incorporated in West Virginia for the purpose of presenting a live
orchestra in the schools in the tri-state area surrounding Wheeling, West Virginia.