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Peter John King (born 11 August 1940) is an English jazz
saxophonist, composer, and clarinettist. Peter King was born in
Kingston upon Thames, Surrey, on August 11, 1940. He took up the
clarinet and saxophone as a teenager, entirely self taught. Though
he began his working life as an apprentice cartographer at The
Directorate of Overseas Survey (D.O.S.), he quickly decided to
become a professional musician. In 1957 His first public
appearances were playing alto in a trad jazz group at the Swan
Public House, Mll Street, Kingston in a group organised by a
trumpeter called Alan Rosewell, with whom he worked at the
Directorate of Overseas Surveys.
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