The Glenn Miller Trust

A Noble and Great American Musician(Sam Casale 1996)


NEWS FLASH--Norman Leyden Dies

15th December 1944

Glenn Miller left Twinwood Airfield on route to France

in a C64 Norseman and was never seen again.

His music never left us.

Glenn Miller's Birthday1st March 1904. Click on his image and connect to some reminders of his great music.

Our Latest Magazine Available Click on picture below.

Listen to The Jack Million Band

Amazing recreations of Glenn Miller's Music

Click on the Link below to open up Pete Programe on Internet Radio

To those who loved the music of Glenn Miller and who enjoy reading about his life and the history of the period in which he lived and to the people who worked with him, his friends and to those who have contributed to these pages,

this site is dedicated.



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The New Glenn Miller Orchestra Scandinavia


Announcement of Glenn Miller Missing December 24th 1944


The Modernaires



The Ground Breaking Ceremony for the New Glenn Miller Museum Currently under construction in Clarinda Iowa.

Edited version

To View  the whole ceremony in high quality video click on button



The New Glenn Miller Museum was open on at 4pm on June 10th 2010

Dear Pete,

Thank you for directing me to the new page describing Beryl.
Also, on behalf of the Miller family, Alan Cass and the University of Colorado,
we appreciate that you have thoughtfully posted our statement regarding
"The Glenn Miller Conspiracy"
on the Glenn Miller Trust web site. I have bookmarked the site for easy reference, and congratulate you on your efforts.

Warmest regards,

Dennis Spragg.

Glenn Miller Conspiracy.

New Book.



Seriously Flawed!





Click on arrow to read official statement from Glenn Miller Archives at the University of Colorado.


Glenn Miller Band In France 1944/45.

Untranslated but high quality film added of Glenn Miller Band and parade in High Wycombe. England July 1944


John Miller Talking in 2004


Twinwood Music Festival

 Part 1.

Glenn Miller and the AAF Orchestra 0n the 29th July 1944 at High Wycombe, England.

Part 2.

Glenn Miller Festival Clarinda 2006 Concert excerpt Tchailovsky's Piano Concerto .

More extracts to follow shortly.



VJ Day, Honolulu Hawaii, August 14, 1945 from Richard Sullivan on Vimeo.


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GMT says. "Whilst these YouTube films are available they don't in many ways show off the orchestra in a good light. The camera work of course is sometime very poor but more important is the sound quality which is many cases is just unacceptable and does no favours to this orchestra because if this is what this orchestra sounds like for real, I would not rate it very high, which is a pity as I was expecting something better than the previous orchestra leaders output when is some cases was quite brilliant but not all.

There are orchestra's in the UK, Belgium and Sweden that can out class this orchestra but you should be wary when judging their performances on sound quality in particular on YouTube. Only a personal visit to see them perform can you really know how good or bad they are when comparing them to Glenn Miller's original civilian and AAF orchestras.


Studio recording are usually always of good quality, but live performances tell the truth about how good the musicians are."

































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