Hank Levy was a saxophone player and briefly played baritone saxophone for Stan Kenton, but he was most known for his composing and arranging, specifically in odd time signatures. His interest in odd meters pre-dated Dave Brubeck's Time Out album https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hank_Levy The 2014 jazz film Whiplash takes its title from Levy's composition which originally appeared on the 1973 album Soaring by Don Ellis and portions of which are played throughout the course of the film.
He became interested in odd meters through their use by such composers as Paul Hindemith, Maurice Ravel, and Igor Stravinsky
He was also a particularly good composer of counterpoint, which can be heard in such compositions as "Passacaglia and Fugue" (recorded by Don Ellis on Live At Monterey) and Quintessence (performed, but not recorded by, Stan Kenton).
Selected works with odd time signatures (see list)
While Levy was director in 1975, the Towson State Jazz Ensemble recorded 2 + 2 = 5, an album of six of his compositions for Music Minus One.
selected anthology of songs
he has a legacy band, but they haven't recorded anything?