8 March

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach
Composer, b.1714, German, son of JS Bach

Carole Bayer Sager
Songwriter, Singer, Lyricist, Music Producer, b.1947, That’s What Friends are For; w/Tony Wein: Groovy Kind of Love; w/Albert Hammond: When I Need You; w/Bruce Roberts: You’re the Only One; w/Marvin Hamlisch: Break It to Me Gently, Looking Through the Eyes of Love, Nobody Does It Better)

Heinie Beau
Clarinet, b.1911 d.1987, Calvary, WI

Billy Childs
Piano, b.1957, Los Angeles, CA

George Coleman
Tenor Sax, b.1935, Memphis, TN

Cyd Charisse [Tula Ellice Finklea]
Singer, dancer, actress b.1921, Amarillo TX, (East Side West Side, Brigadoon)

Franco D’Andrea
Piano, b.1941, Merano, Italy

Al Hall, Bass
b.1915 d.1988, Jacksonville, FL

John “Bugs” Hamilton
Trumpet, b.1911 d.1947, St.Louis, MO

Dick Hyman
Pianist, Conductor, Composer, Arranger, Organist, b.1927, New York, NY

Keith Jarrett
Pianist, composer, b.1945

Ruggiero Leoncavallo
Composer, b.1857,  Italian (I pagliacci/Zaza)

George Mitchell
Cornet, b.1899 d.1972, Louisville, KY

John Ouwerx
Piano, b.1903 d.1983, Nivelles, Belgium

Egbert George “Pete” Pitterson
Trumpeter, b.1921

Joseph Robichaux
Piano, b.1900 d.1965, New Orleans, LA

Gabor Szabo
Guitar, b.1936 d.1982, Budapest, Hungary, Perfect Circle

James Daniel “Danny” Turner
Saxophonist, b. 1920

James Williams
Piano, b.1951 d.2004, Memphis, TN

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