Note(s)Zilner Trenton Randolph (1899-1994) was an American trumpet player, arranger, and music educator. He was born in Durham, AR and played in clubs in St. Louis in the early 1920s. His notoriety stems from his stint as the musical director and trumpeter in Louis Armstrong’s 1931 big band. He recorded and toured with Armstrong intermittently until 1935. In 1936 he formed his own big band and, later that decade, worked as a staff arranger for Earl Hines, Duke Ellington, Fletcher Henderson and others.
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