Fred Plaut

Frederick Plaut

Also known as Fred Plaut Courtesy Of Irving S. Gilmore Music Library, Frederick Plaut
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Fred Plaut, (born Munich, Germany, May 12, 1907; died 1985) was a recording engineer employed by Columbia Records during the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s, eventually becoming the label's chief engineer.

Plaut engineered sessions for what would result in many of Columbia's famous albums, including the original cast recordings of South Pacific, My Fair Lady, and West Side Story, jazz LPs Kind of Blue and Sketches of Spain by [a=Miles Davis], Time Out by [a=Dave Brubeck], Mingus Ah Um and Mingus Dynasty by [a=Charles Mingus].

He is also credited for photography.

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