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Lee Lippman has played clarinet and tenor saxophone with small groups around the Philadelphia, New Jersey areas and with the big bands of Johnny Dee In Philadelphia and Frankie French in Ocean City Maryland, Lee played in the pit band at the Globe burlesque in Atlantic City and at various clubs there. In the army he was with the 123d infantry band.  He gave up the tenor, preferring the clarinet, which has been his sole instrument in recent years. Recently he has played at Bob and Barbara’s lounge on South St. and at the Ortliebs Jazz Hause jam. He has been a regular at 23d St. for five years. 
 
Lee is a well-known painter exhibiting regularly at the Sande Webster Gallery at 20th & Walnut Sts. And at various venues in Philadelphia and New York. He studied in Mexico with the great Muralists, and at what is now called the University of the arts. Lee and His artist wife Arlene Love lived in the rural mountains north of the City of Oaxaca Mexico for 11 years. Where they produced and exhibited their works in various Mexican venues. His work is included in many private, institutional, and corporate collections.

 

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