Arthur Francis Rollini (born February 13, 1912 in New York City; died December 30, 1993 in Florida) was an American jazz musician who played the tenor saxophone, flute and clarinet. His nickname was "Schneeze".
From 1934 to 1939 he was a member of the Benny Goodman Orchestra. The highlight of that period was a breakout performance for big band jazz at Carnegie Hall in 1938. He worked with Richard Himber and from 1941-1942 with Will Bradley. From 1943 to 1958 he worked as a studio musician for the American Broadcasting Company.
Rollini's work can be found on recordings with the bands of Wingy Manone, Adrian Rollini (1933–34), Benny Goodman, Joe Venuti (1935), Lionel Hampton (1937), Harry James (1938), Louis Armstrong (1945) and Brad Gowans (1946). In 1939, he starred in an Allstar band of Goodman, Bunny Berigan and Jack Teagarden with ("Blue Lu").
In 1987, he published his autobiography Thirty Years With the Big Bands.
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