Larry Harlow’s net worth

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Larry Harlow’s net worth: Larry Harlow, legendary pianist and member of the Fania All-Star. As of 2021, Larry Harlow’s net worth is estimated to be around $3 million at the time of his death



Name
Larry Harlow
Date of BirthMarch 20, 1939
Place of birthBrooklyn, New York, NY
ProfessionComposer, Pianist, Record Producer
Net Worth$3 million
Died August 20, 2021 (aged 82)
NationalityAmerican

Death of Larry Harlow

Salsa icon Larry Harlow died at the age of 82 at dawn this Friday in a hospital in his native New York, after suffering from kidney disease, according to his relatives.

“To all the Salseros of the World, I inform you with deep pain that after 32 days hospitalized my beloved Larry died at 12:30 in the morning of August 21, 2021, due to complications as a kidney patient that weakened his already exhausted heart”, said his wife on the social networks of one of the founders of Fania.

Biography of Larry Harlow

Larry Harlow is one of the main stars of Latin music, born in Brooklin New York, son of Jewish immigrants, his parents were musicians; his mother was an opera singer and his father excelled in playing the double bass.

His mother was named Rose Sherman and his father Nathan Kahn, both of Jewish origin, but his father’s professional or artistic name was Buddy Harlowe, from which Larry deleted the “E” to permanently remain Harlow, his stage name.

Larry Harlow grew up among the schools of the American whites, the black community with the jazz, and the Latinos or Hispanics. From an early age he admired the music of Machito, Tito Puente, Tito Rodríguez, Pérez Prado, Noro Morales, Arsenio Rodríguez and La Orquesta Aragón among others. The musical influence of his family made him learn to play piano, accordion, oboe, English horn, flute, clarinet, bass, vibraphone, and various percussion instruments as a child.

He had the not inconsiderable fortune of traveling to Cuba when he was only eighteen years old and getting to know the son, the rumba, the mambo, and the cha-cha up close. A great admirer of Arsenio Rodríguez, “the wonderful blind man”, he studied his music in depth and performed, with new arrangements and new instrumentation, the great hits of the Cuban tres player, on the voice of Ismael Miranda.

It is noteworthy that Larry Harlow was the first to mix the sound of trumpets and trombones in his musical group, something is never before done in our music, which was later implanted in the Pacheco and Masucci collective.

Fania Records

Larry Harlow formed his own orchestra in 1964 and became known as “The Wonderful Jew”. In this year the Fania Records label appears and Larry is contacted by Pacheco and Masucci in order to hire him as one of the members of the new label; they were followed by: Ray Barreto, Willie Colon, Bobby Valentín, Roberto Roena, as well as Ismael Miranda, Héctor Lavoe, Adalberto Santiago, Ismael Quintana, Yomo Toro, and many others. Later Harlow became one of the stars of the Fania orchestra.

“El Judío Maravilloso” is in his own right the first member of the Fania All-Stars, participating in the best performances, recordings, and tours of the Salsa orchestra par excellence: the big combo of Pacheco and Masucci; visiting for more than thirty-five years different countries of the world as ambassadors of Latin music.

He specialized in classical piano, jazz, conducting, production, composition, and sound engineering. Larry Harlow had the masterful idea of ​​videotaping the Fania All-Stars concert at the Cheetah, of which not only the tape and acetates remain, but also the clear testimony that for more than thirty-five years SALSA is, without no doubt, LA MAXIMA EXPRESIÓN DEL BARRIO LATINO.

Two hundred works for Fania

At sixty-seven years of life, almost all dedicated to music, LAWRENSE IRA KAHN, his first name, has had his own orchestra for forty-two years, with which he has recorded more than forty-five records; he produced more than two hundred works for Fania and has also been the producer of other orchestras, including those of Andy Harlow, Justo Betancourt, Orquesta Bronco, Orquesta Dicupe, and Latin Tempo.

Larry Harlow is considered one of the outstanding students of Latin or Afro-Antillean music that developed in New York during the last four decades of the last century, and with plenty of merits, he has obtained five gold records in the following categories: “Latin producer of the year “,” Pianist of the year “,” Arranger of the year “,” The concert of the year “, and” The salsa orchestra of the year “.

Grammy-award

When the Grammy award for Latin music was instituted for the first time in 1975, which was obtained by Eddie Palmieri, Harlow was nominated for it.

Between 1986 and 1994 Larry Harlow moved away from Salsa a bit and opened his own recording studio called “Big Apple Studios”, he recorded many artists, especially Rock’n Roll bands and others, including Charlie Palmieri; He retired from the business because it required a lot of investment.

For the year 1994, Genaro “Jerry” Masucci had the fantastic idea of ​​bringing together the stars of Fania again for a concert celebrating thirty years of the creation of the music label. On June 5 they performed at the Hiram Bithorn Stadium in San Juan, Puerto Rico; on the 18th at Madison Square Garden in New York and in Miami on the 24th of the same month, with them was Larry Harlow.

The excellent musical trajectory of “El Judío Maravilloso” and his great gifts have made him always surrounded by the best and greatest singers, choristers, arrangers, and instrumentalists of the Latin music world.

Below we will name some of the characters that have participated in the musical works of Larry Harlow, during his extensive artistic career:

Larry Harlow net worth

The famous American Composer has an estimated net worth of $3 million at his death.

Amelia Warner– After graduating from NYU with a master's degree in history, She was also a columnist for many local newspapers. Amelia Warner mostly covers Entertainment topics, but at times loves to write about movie reviews as well.

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