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Franca R. Mulligan

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Mulligan Publishing Co. , Inc.

HQ Phone:  (203) 655-8653

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Mulligan Publishing Co. , Inc.

2 Peach Hill Road

Darien, Connecticut,06820

United States

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The Official Web Site of Gerry Mulligan ...more

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Biography | gerrymulligan.com

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Gerry and Franca Mulligan, 1976.
Mulligan was again the winner of the Downbeat International Critics and Readers Poll: Baritone Saxophonist of the Year, 1995. In 1992, Jon Newsom, Chief of the Music Division, Library of Congress met with Gerry and Franca Mulligan at their home in Connecticut, to discuss the deposit of all Gerry's music manuscripts at the Library of Congress. Gerry had told Franca that, "as my baritone and other instruments are so much a part of me, I would like them to be placed in a museum/institute, where they could also be played. When Gerry passed away in 1996, Franca Mulligan felt that the Library of Congress would be the ideal place. Billington also paid tribute to Franca Mulligan, Gerry's wife, as "a valued friend with whom we have worked and will continue to work on many projects that have been inspired by Gerry's life and work." Longtime friend of Gerry and Franca Mulligan, the Venerable Thamthog Rinpoche, abbot of monasteries in Tibet and master of the Sera Je Monastery in India and the Center of Tibetan Studies in Milan, came from Italy just for the ceremony and draped a ceremonial scarf or "Kata" on the saxophone. Franca R. Mulligan thanked everyone for coming to help mark the event, and concluded the ceremony, with the words "Happy Birthday, Gerry!" Following the reception by the Library of Congress, and a dinner hosted by Franca Mulligan for her guests, many from Italy and other parts of the United States, the Gerry Mulligan Tribute Band performed an evening concert in the Library's Coolidge Auditorium, in the Thomas Jefferson Building, with the Gerry Mulligan Trio and soloists Bob Brookmeyer, Randy Brecker, Dick Oatts, and Scott Robinson, who played Gerry's baritone saxophone. On display is Mulligan's gold-plated Conn saxophone, which will be played periodically in concerts at the Library of Congress. Other items on display are photographs that document Mulligan's long career, including one of him at age fifteen or sixteen playing his first instrument (the clarinet), music manuscripts in Mulligan's own hand, record covers, performance programs and posters, and a 1981 Grammy that he won for the best jazz instrumental performance on his album Walk on the Water. Franca R. Mulligan, President of Mulligan Publishing Co., Inc., with the assistance of Cathie Phillips, who has been with the Mulligans for more than twenty years, will continue to manage the legacy of Gerry Mulligan's music.


Biography | Gerry Mulligan

gerrymulligan.com [cached]

Photo by Franca R. Mulligan
Gerry & Franca Mulligan, 1976. Mulligan was again the winner of the Down Beat International Critics and Readers Poll: Baritone Saxophonist of the Year, 1995. In 1992, Jon Newsom, Chief of the Music Division, Library of Congress met with Gerry and Franca Mulligan at their home in Connecticut, to discuss the deposit of all Gerry's music manuscripts at the Library of Congress. Gerry had told Franca that, "as my baritone and other instruments are so much a part of me, I would like them to be placed in a museum/institute, where they could also be played. When Gerry passed away in 1996, Franca Mulligan felt that the Library of Congress would be the ideal place. Billington also paid tribute to Franca Mulligan, Gerry's wife, as "a valued friend with whom we have worked and will continue to work on many projects that have been inspired by Gerry's life and work." Longtime friend of Gerry and Franca Mulligan, the Venerable Thamthog Rinpoche, abbot of monasteries in Tibet and master of the Sera Je Monastery in India and the Center of Tibetan Studies in Milan, came from Italy just for the ceremony and draped a ceremonial scarf or "Kata" on the saxophone. Franca R. Mulligan thanked everyone for coming to help mark the event, and concluded the ceremony, with the words "Happy Birthday, Gerry!" Following the reception by the Library of Congress, and a dinner hosted by Franca Mulligan for her guests, many from Italy and other parts of the United States, the Gerry Mulligan Tribute Band performed an evening concert in the Library's Coolidge Auditorium, in the Thomas Jefferson Building, with the Gerry Mulligan Trio and soloists Bob Brookmeyer, Randy Brecker, Dick Oatts, and Scott Robinson, who played Gerry's baritone saxophone. On display is Mulligan's gold-plated Conn saxophone, which will be played periodically in concerts at the Library of Congress. Other items on display are photographs that document Mulligan's long career, including one of him at age fifteen or sixteen playing his first instrument (the clarinet), music manuscripts in Mulligan's own hand, record covers, performance programs and posters, and a 1981 Grammy that he won for the best jazz instrumental performance on his album Walk on the Water. Franca R. Mulligan, President of Mulligan Publishing Co., Inc., with the assistance of Cathie Phillips, who has been with the Mulligans for more than twenty years, will continue to manage the legacy of Gerry Mulligan's music.


MULLIGAN MOSAICS BIG BAND

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the Library of Congress passed along the contact information for Franca
Mulligan, Gerry's widow and President of the Gerry and Franca Mulligan Foundation. Chris said that Mrs. Mulligan was very helpful to him, and since Ken suggested that Ted contact Franca Franca graciously agreed to send Ted After emailing a list of requested scores, Franca called Ted and suggested


Mulligan Publishing Co., Inc.

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Photo by Franca R. Mulligan
Gerry & Franca Mulligan, 1976. Mulligan was again the winner of the Down Beat International Critics and Readers Poll: Baritone Saxophonist of the Year, 1995. In 1992, Jon Newsom, Chief of the Music Division, Library of Congress met with Gerry and Franca Mulligan at their home in Connecticut, to discuss the deposit of all Gerry's music manuscripts at the Library of Congress. Gerry had told Franca that, "as my baritone and other instruments are so much a part of me, I would like them to be placed in a museum/institute, where they could also be played. When Gerry passed away in 1996, Franca Mulligan felt that the Library of Congress would be the ideal place. Billington also paid tribute to Franca Mulligan, Gerry's wife, as "a valued friend with whom we have worked and will continue to work on many projects that have been inspired by Gerry's life and work." Longtime friend of Gerry and Franca Mulligan, the Venerable Thamthog Rinpoche, abbot of monasteries in Tibet and master of the Sera Je Monastery in India and the Center of Tibetan Studies in Milan, came from Italy just for the ceremony and draped a ceremonial scarf or "Kata" on the saxophone. Franca Mulligan thanked everyone for coming to help mark the event, and concluded the ceremony, with the words "Happy Birthday, Gerry!" Following the reception by the Library of Congress, and a dinner hosted by Franca Mulligan for her guests, many from Italy and other parts of the United States, the Gerry Mulligan Tribute Band performed an evening concert in the Library's Coolidge Auditorium, in the Thomas Jefferson Building, with the Gerry Mulligan Trio and soloists Bob Brookmeyer, Randy Brecker, Dick Oatts, and Scott Robinson, who played Gerry's baritone saxophone. On display is Mulligan's gold-plated Conn saxophone, which will be played periodically in concerts at the Library of Congress. Other items on display are photographs that document Mulligan's long career, including one of him at age fifteen or sixteen playing his first instrument (the clarinet), music manuscripts in Mulligan's own hand, record covers, performance programs and posters, and a 1981 Grammy that he won for the best jazz instrumental performance on his album Walk on the Water. Franca R. Mulligan, President of Mulligan Publishing Co., Inc., with the assistance of Cathie Phillips, who has been with the Mulligans for more than twenty years, will continue to manage the legacy of Gerry Mulligan's music.


Bio | Gerry Mulligan

www.gerrymulligan.com [cached]

Gerry & Franca Mulligan, 1976.
Mulligan was again the winner of the Down Beat International Critics and Readers Poll: Baritone Saxophonist of the Year, 1995. In 1992, Jon Newsom, Chief of the Music Division, Library of Congress met with Gerry and Franca Mulligan at their home in Connecticut, to discuss the deposit of all Gerry's music manuscripts at the Library of Congress. A close friendship developed between them. Gerry had told Franca that, "as my baritone and other instruments are so much a part of me, I would like them to be placed in a museum/institute, where they could also be played. Billington also paid tribute to Franca Mulligan, Gerry's wife, as "a valued friend with whom we have worked and will continue to work on many projects that have been inspired by Gerry's life and work." Franca R. Mulligan thanked everyone for coming to help mark the event, and concluded the ceremony, with the words "Happy Birthday, Gerry!" On display is Mulligan's gold-plated Conn saxophone, which will be played periodically in concerts at the Library of Congress. Other items on display are photographs that document Mulligan's long career, including one of him at age fifteen or sixteen playing his first instrument (the clarinet), music manuscripts in Mulligan's own hand, record covers, performance programs and posters, and a 1981 Grammy that he won for the best jazz instrumental performance on his album Walk on the Water. Franca R. Mulligan, President of Mulligan Publishing Co., Inc., with the assistance of Cathie Phillips, who has been with the Mulligans for more than twenty years, will continue to manage the legacy of Gerry Mulligan's music.


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