ForeverMissed

Albert Epstein - Well known "Tenor Saxophone" musician in the music industry and songwriter.

One of the song's best known for that he wrote, under the name of "Al Young," was "Title 1), Chip Off the Old Block" with Glenn Miller and his orchestra.  And he played with Benny Goodman's band, Terry Gibs, and many others.

My dad will be missed.

Loving son,

Phillip Epstein

Albert may be kindly remembered at icscremationandfunerals.org ond facebook.com/icscremationandfunerals

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Posted by Carlo Cennamo on February 22, 2021
Dear Albert,
We never met. But I feel pretty close to you. I just completed an extensive four week long rebuild to your gold plated Conn 30M. It is in condition better than when it left the factory. It was obvious you loved that horn, it had been played extremely hard and clearly been with you every step of the way. The love put into the rebuild had to equal what I imagined you put into playing it, that was not an easy task, but I like to think you are happy. And I like to think the new owner, a professional horn player like yourself, will be just as happy. I'm honored to be a small part of the story of the horn. It can and will make music again and be loved for decades more.
Anyone that wants to see Albert's horn can view it here:
http://www.cennamowoodwinds.com/gold-30m-al-epstein-horn-loved-hard.html

Rest In Peace.
Posted by ICS Cremation and Funeral... on November 15, 2016
Rest in peace, Albert

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Posted by Carlo Cennamo on February 22, 2021
Dear Albert,
We never met. But I feel pretty close to you. I just completed an extensive four week long rebuild to your gold plated Conn 30M. It is in condition better than when it left the factory. It was obvious you loved that horn, it had been played extremely hard and clearly been with you every step of the way. The love put into the rebuild had to equal what I imagined you put into playing it, that was not an easy task, but I like to think you are happy. And I like to think the new owner, a professional horn player like yourself, will be just as happy. I'm honored to be a small part of the story of the horn. It can and will make music again and be loved for decades more.
Anyone that wants to see Albert's horn can view it here:
http://www.cennamowoodwinds.com/gold-30m-al-epstein-horn-loved-hard.html

Rest In Peace.
Posted by ICS Cremation and Funeral... on November 15, 2016
Rest in peace, Albert
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