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Donald Percy 'Don' Rendell (born 4 March 1926) is an English jazz
musician and arranger, specialising on tenor saxophone, but also
playing soprano saxophone, flute, and clarinet. Born to two
musicians in Plymouth, England, Rendell's jazz career began at the
age of fifteen, with the alto sax, switching to tenor after a few
years. He started his professional career playing with big bands,
first on U.S. bases for the U.S.O. in 1944, and then with various
bands, including the Oscar Rabin Band. In 1950 he became a member
of the Johnny Dankworth Seven, remaining until 1953
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