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, June 2006, Germany]], June 2006, Germany]]Dewey Redman (born Walter Redman in Fort Worth, Texas, United States, May 17, 1931; d. Brooklyn, New York, September 2, 2006)[1] was an American free jazz saxophonist. Redman played mainly tenor saxophone, though he occasionally doubled on alto saxophone, played the Chinese suona (which he called a musette), photo and on rare occasions played the clarinet.His uncle was clarinetist, band-leader and arranger Don Redman. His son is saxophonist Joshua Redman. attended Prairie View A&M University in Texas. He was best known for his collaborations with Ornette Coleman, with whom he performed in his Fort Worth high school marching band. He later performed with Coleman from 1968 to 1972, appearing on the recording NEW YORK IS NOW, among others. He also played in Keith Jarrett's American Quartet (1971-1976), and was a member of the collective Old And New Dreams. The American Quartet's The Surviv

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