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Necrology: 2002


  • Adaskin, Murray, Canadian composer, d. 5/6/2002 in Victoria, B.C. at 96; b. 3/26/1906 in Toronto, Ontario. Globe and Mail, 5/8/2002.

  • Ahronovich, Yuri, Israeli conductor, d. 10/31/2002 in Cologne; b. 5/13/1932 in Leningrad. Gramophone, v. 80 no. 962, January 2003.

  • Alexander, Ray, jazz vibes player, d. 6/8/2002 on Long Island; b. 2/7/1925 in Lynbrook, Long Island. Jazz Journal International, v. 55 no. 8, August 2002.
    also drummer. d. 6/6/2002 in New York at 77. Cadence, v. 28 no. 9, September 2002.

  • Alexandrovitch, Mikhail, cantor and opera singer, d. 7/4/2002 in Munich; b. 7/23/1914 in Berspil, Latvia. Opera News, v. 67 no. 6, December 2002.

  • Allen, Pistol (Howard Richard), Motown drummer, d. 6/30/2002 in Detroit at 69; b. in Memphis. detnews.com, 7/1/2002 {http://detnews.com/2002/obituaries/0207/01/a01-527789.htm}; Down Beat, v. 69 no. 12, December 2002.
    Richard "Pistol" Allen, d. in Royal Oak, MI. Cadence, v. 28 no. 8, August 2002.

  • Allison, Joe, country music disc jockey, producer and songwriter, d. 8/2/2002 at 77. Variety.com, 8/5/2002 {http://www.variety.com/index.asp?layout=upsell_article&articleID=LN46FF-7V60-010F-T3CG-00000-00&cs=1}.
    d. in Nashville; b. in McKinney, TX. latimes.com, 8/10/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-allison10aug10.story}.

  • Allman, Sheldon, actor, songwriter, nightclub performer, and recording artist, d. 1/22/2002 in Culver City, CA at 77; b. in Chicago. latimes.com, 2/8/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-000009773feb08.story?coll=la%2Dnews%2Dobituaries}; CNN.com, 2/8/2002 {http://www.cnn.com/2002/SHOWBIZ/News/02/08/deaths.allman.ap/index.html}.

  • Ames, Able "Boogaloo", jazz pianist, d. 2/4/2002 in Greenville, MS at 83. Cadence, v. 28 no. 4, April 2002.

  • Amy, Curtis, jazz saxophonist, d. 6/5/2002 at 72. Cadence, v. 28 no. 8, August 2002.
    Edward Curtis Amy, tenor saxophonist, d. 6/4/2002 in Los Angeles; b. 10/11/1929 in Houston, TX. Jazz Journal International, v. 55 no. 9, September 2002.

  • Antipin, Robert L., folk guitarist and hammer dulcimerist, d. 7/1/2002 at 56. Sing Out! v. 46 no. 3, Fall 2002.

  • Apfel, Ernst, German musicologist, d. 4/9/2002. Musikforschung, v. 55 no. 3, July-Sept.2002.

  • Arnold, Harold, Sr., jazz bandleader and tenor saxman, d. 5/2/2002 in Cleveland, OH at 90. Cadence, v. 28 no. 7, July 2002.

  • Asterita, "Doc" Harvey, jazz pianist, d. 4/7/2002 in Falmouth, MA at 68. Cadence, v. 28 no. 6, June 2002.

  • Atkins, Norman, American baritone, d. 1/13/2002 in Hackensack, NJ at 82. New York Times online, 1/24/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/01/24/obituaries/24ATKI.html?ex=1012626000&en=91fc2409012936bc&ei=5040&partner=MOREOVER}.

  • Avery, Ray, jazz photographer, d. 11/17/2002 in California at 82. Cadence, v. 29 no. 1, January 2003.
    also record dealer, b. 1920. Jazz Journal International, v. 56 no. 1, January 2003.

  • Bailey, William Charles, American organist, d. 11/21/2002 in Williamsport, PA at 70. American Organist, v. 37 no. 2, February 2003.

  • Baird, Taswell, Jr., jazz trombonist and pianist, d. 11/22/2002 in Oakland, CA at 80. Cadence, v. 29 no. 1, January 2003.
    Taswell Joseph Baird Jnr., b. 6/24/1922 in St. Louis, MO. Jazz Journal International, v. 56 no. 2, February 2003.

  • Baker, Buddy, Grammy- and Oscar-nominated composer of musical scores for almost 200 Disney films, television shows and theme-park attractions, d. 7/26/2002 in the Los Angeles area at 84. Sci Fi Wire, 7/30/2002 {http://www.scifi.com/scifiwire/art-main.html?2002-07/30/10.00.film}.
    Norman "Buddy" Baker, d. 7/26/2002 in Sherman Oaks, CA at 84. latimes.com, 7/31/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-baker31jul31.story}.

  • Baldacci, Luigi, Italian musicologist, d. 7/26/2002. Nuova Rivista Musicale Italiana, v. 36 no. 3-4, July-December 2002.

  • Bales, Gerald Albert, Canadian composer and organist, d. 7/4/2002 in London, Ontario; b. 1919. Lisa Philpott on MLA-L, 7/7/2002.
    organist and conductor/choirmaster, d. at 83; b. in Toronto. startribune.com, 7/8/2002 {http://www.startribune.com/stories/466/3042840.html}.
    also music professor. American Organist, v. 36 no. 10, Oct. 2002; Diapason, v. 93 no. 12, December 2002.

  • Banks, Nancie, jazz bandleader and vocalist, d. 11/11/2002 in New York City, NY at 51. Cadence, v. 29 no. 1, January 2003.

  • Bardens, Pete, British rock keyboardist, d. 1/22/2002 in Malibu at 57; b. in London. latimes.com, 1/27/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-000006831jan27.story?coll=la%2Dnews%2Dobituaries}.

  • Barnes, Mildred (Kammeyer), American organist and music director, d. 3/22/2002 in Santa Ana, CA at 82. American Organist, v. 36 no. 7, July 2002.

  • Bartlett, Les, drummer and washboardist, d. 12/2002 in Mojacar, Spain at 66. Cadence, v. 29 no. 2, February 2003.

  • Bashful Brother Oswald, country and bluegrass guitarist, banjo player, and singer, d. 10/17/2002 in Madison, TN at 90; b. Beecher Ray Kirby 1911 in Madison, TN. Sing Out!, v. 47 no. 2, Summer 2003.

  • Batson, Paul B., Jr., American organist, d. 10/29/2002 in Girard, OH at 72. Diapason, v. 94 no. 2, February 2003.

  • Baumgartner, Rudolf, Swiss violinist and conductor, d. 3/22/2002; b. 9/14/1917 in Zurich. Gramophone, v. 80 no. 955 (July 2002); Strad, v. 113 no. 1347, July 2002.

  • Beck, Blanche Winogron, early keyboard player and teacher, widow of Sidney Beck, d. 11/22/2002 in Brattleboro, VT at 91. Personal email from William Shank, forwarded to AMS-L 11/27/2002 by Susan Kagan.

  • Beglarian, Grant, composer and educator, d. 7/5/2002 in Scarborough, NY at 74; b. 1927 in Tiflis, (Soviet) Georgia. latimes.com, 7/21/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-beglarian21jul21.story}; Chamber Music, v. 19 no. 6, December 2002.

  • Bell, Derek, Irish harpist (of the Chieftains), d. 10/17?/2002 in the U.S.A. at 67; b. 10/21/1935 in Belfast. BBC News online, 10/17/2002 {http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/entertainment/music/2337799.stm}.
    d. in Phoenix at 66. latimes.com, 10/18/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-bell18oct18,0,2607705.story}; Rolling Stone, no. 909, 11/14/2002.
    also played piano, electric keyboard, oboe, English horn, and hammered dulcimer, and composed; d. 10/15/2002. New York Times online, 10/24/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/10/24/obituaries/24BELL.html}.
    d. 10/17/2002. Gramophone, v. 80 no. 961, December 2002.

  • Belt, Byron, classical music critic and arts reporter, d. 8/10/2002 in Burlingame, CA at 73; b. in Kansas City, MO. latimes.com, 8/17/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-passings17.1aug17.story}.
    d. in San Francisco at 74. American Record Guide, v. 65 no.6, November/December 2002.
    d. in Burlingame; b. 8/22/1928. Opera News, v. 67 no. 6, December 2002.

  • Benner, Raymond, American orchestral bassist & earplug manufacturer, d. 2002 at 76. Chamber Music, v. 19 no. 6, December 2002.

  • Bennett, Boyd, American guitarist, singer, songwriter, radio producer, d. 6/2/2002 in Sarasota, FL at 77; b. in Muscle Shoals, AL. Boston Globe Online, 6/6/2002 {http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/157/obituaries/Boyd_Bennett_77_musician_producer+.shtml}.

  • Berg, Bob, jazz saxophonist, d. 12/5/2002 in Amagansett, NY at 51; born in Brooklyn, NY. latimes.com, 12/9/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-berg9dec09,0,1107262.story}; New York Times online, 12/7/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/12/07/obituaries/07BERG.html}; Cadence, v. 29 no. 1, January 2003; Orchester, v. 51 no. 2, February 2003.
    b. 4/7/1951 in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn, NY. Jazz Journal International, v. 56 no. 2, February 2003.

  • Berger, Jean, composer, conductor, and musicologist, d. 5/28/2002 in Denver, CO at 93. Laurie Sampsel on MLA-L, 6/3/2002.
    b. 9/27/1909 in Germany. Choral Journal, v. 43 no. 1, August 2002.

  • Berlanga, Carlos, Spanish pop singer, guitarist, and composer, d. 6/5/2002 in Madrid at 42. AOL.com, 6/7/2002 {http://my.aol.com/news/news_story.psp?type=4&cat=0806&id=0206071142320088}.

  • Berle, Milton, American comedian, television pioneer, and songwriter, d. 3/27/2002 in Beverly Hills, CA at 93; b. Mendel Berlinger 7/12/1908 in New York City. CNN.com, 3/28/2002 {http://www.cnn.com/2002/SHOWBIZ/News/03/27/milton.berle.obit/index.html}.
    b. in Harlem. ABCNEWS.com, 3/28/2002 {http://abcnews.go.com/sections/entertainment/DailyNews/berle020328.html}; CBSNEWS.com, 3/27/2002 {http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2002/03/27/entertainment/main504813.shtml}; latimes.com, 3/28/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-000022328mar28.story}; detnews.com, 3/27/2002 {http://detnews.com/2002/obituaries/0203/28/obituaries-450925.htm}; New York Times online, 3/27/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/03/27/obituaries/27WIRE-BERLE.html}.

  • Bernaolo, Carmelo Alonso, Basque composer, d. 6/5/2002 in Madrid at 72; b. 7/16/1929 in the Basque town of Ochandiano. Boston Globe Online, 6/8/2002 {http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/159/obituaries/Carmelo_Alonso_Bernaolo_Basque_composer+.shtml}.

  • Berry, Bill, jazz trumpeter, d. 11/13/2002 in Los Angeles at 72; b. William Richard Berry in Benton Harbor, MI. New York Times online, 11/18/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/11/19/obituaries/19BERR.html}; Cadence, v. 29 no. 1, January 2003.
    jazz cornetist, trumpeter, and bandleader, b. 1930. latimes.com, 11/20/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-berry20nov20,0,3294169.story}.
    b. 9/14/1930. Jazz Journal International, v. 56 no. 1, January 2003.
    also educator. Down Beat, v. 70 no. 6, June 2003.

  • Berry, James Alton, American choirmaster and singer, d. 6/28/2002 at 82; b. 1919 in Fulton, KY. Choral Journal, v. 43 no. 2, September 2002.

  • Besch, Anthony, opera director, d. 12/23/2002; b. 2/5/1924 in London. Gramophone, v. 80 no. 964, March 2003.

  • Best, Lennie, British jazz vibes player, d. 5/2002 at around 76. Jazz Journal International, v. 55 no. 8, August 2002; Cadence, v. 28 no. 9, September 2002.

  • Bethel, Pepsi, jazz dancer, d. 8/30/2002 in The Bronx, NY at 83. Cadence, v. 28 no. 10, October 2002.

  • Betton, Matt, bandleader, d. 11/3/2002 in Loveland, CO at 89. Cadence, v. 28 no. 12, December 2002.
    founding Executive Director of the National Association of Jazz Educators (later renamed the International Association for Jazz Education), b. 5/14/1913. IAJE.org, 1/2003? {http://iaje.org/highlights.asp?PromoID=70}.

  • Biggle, Lloyd, Jr., science-fiction author and musicologist, d. 9/12/2002 at 79. Sci Fi Wire, 9/16/2002 {http://www.scifi.com/scifiwire/art-main.html?2002-09/16/09.00.books}

  • Bivens, Bill, jazz saxophonist, d. 1/16/2002 at around 80. Cadence, v. 28 no. 4, April 2002.

  • Bjřrnson, Maria, set and costume designer, d. 12/13/2002 in London; b. 2/16/1949 in Paris. Opera News, v. 67 no. 9, March 2003; Opernwelt, v. 44 no 2, February 2003.

  • Black, Stanley, jazz pianist and bandleader, d. 11/27/2002 in the U.K. at 89. Cadence, v. 29 no. 1, January 2003.
    also composer; b. 6/14/1913 in London. Jazz Journal International, v. 56 no. 6, June 2003.

  • Blackshere, Larry, jazz percussionist, d. 4/15/2002 (or before) at 53. Cadence, v. 28 no. 7, July 2002.

  • Blackwell, Otis, American songwriter, d. 5/6/2002 in Nashville, TN at 70; b. in Brooklyn, NY. AOL.com, 5/7/2002 {http://my.aol.com/news/news_story.psp?type=4&cat=0806&id=0205071253330297}; washingtonpost.com, 5/8/2002 {http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/metro/obituaries/A49846-2002May7.html}; Boston Globe Online, 5/8/2002 {http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/128/obituaries/Otis_Blackwell_70+.shtml}; CNN.com, 5/8/2002 {http://www.cnn.com/2002/SHOWBIZ/Music/05/08/obit.blackwell.ap/index.html}; latimes.com, 5/9/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-000032946may09.story}; Cadence, v. 28 no. 6, June 2002; Rolling Stone, no. 912/913, 12/26/2002 / 1/9/2003.

  • Blackwood, James, American gospel singer, d. 2/3/2002 in Memphis, TN at 82. latimes.com, 2/5/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-000008999feb05.story?coll=la%2Dnews%2Dobituaries}.

  • Blanchard, Robert Igoe, American composer and music director, d. 5/14/2002 in Charleston, SC at 69; b. 1932 in Charleston. American Organist, v. 36 no. 9, September 2002.

  • Bloch, Suzanne, musician and teacher, early music specialist, daughter of Ernest Bloch, d. 1/29/2002 in New York City at 94; b. in Geneva. latimes.com, 2/18/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-000012560feb18.story?coll=la%2Dnews%2Dobituaries}.
    performer on lute, recorder, and virginals, d. 2/2002 in Manhattan; b. 1907. Consort, v. 58, Summer 2002; Lute Society of America Quarterly, v. 37 no. 1, February 2002.

  • Bluestein, Gene, professor of American Literature and Folklore and folk musician, d. 8/21/2002 in Fresno, CA at 74; b. 5/1/1928 in Brooklyn, NY. Sing Out! v. 46 no. 4, Winter 2003.

  • Blyton, Carey, British composer, d. 7/13/2002; b. 3/14/1932. Gramophone, v. 80 no. 958, October 2002; Chamber Music, v. 19 no. 6, December 2002.
    d. at 70. Classical Guitar Magazine, v. 21 no. 2, October 2002.

  • Boetticher, Wolfgang, German musicologist, d. 4/7/2002. Musikforschung, v. 55 no. 3, July-Sept.2002.

  • Bolden, Walter, American jazz drummer, d. 2/7/2002 in Manhattan at 76. New York Times online, 2/15/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/02/15/obituaries/15BOLD.html}; Cadence, v. 28 no. 4, April 2002.
    drummer and composer; b. in Hartford, Conn. latimes.com, 2/17/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-000012303feb17.story?coll=la%2Dnews%2Dobituaries}.

  • Bonucci, Arturo, Italian cellist, nephew of (another) cellist Arturo Bonucci, d. 5/2002 at 47. Strad, v. 113 no. 1348, August 2002.

  • Bower, Beverly, American soprano, d. 3/24/2002 in Washington Township, NJ; b. 1926 in Olean, NY. Opera News, v. 67 no. 1, July 2002.
    Beverly Bowers, d. at 76. Opernwelt, v. 43 no. 6, June 2002.

  • Bradberry, Edward, opera impresario, d. 2/24/2002 in Augusta, GA. Opera America Newsline, v. 11 no. 6, March 2002.

  • Brand, Katherine B., opera administrator, d. 4/1/2002 in Gwynedd, PA; b. 10/4/1902 in Evanston, IL. Opera News, v. 67 no. 1, July 2002.

  • Braun, Shony Alex, violinist and composer, d. 10/4/2002 in Los Angeles at 70; b. in Transylvania. latimes.com, 10/9/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-passings9.2oct09,0,3099952.story}.

  • Brett, Philip, musicologist, d. 10/16/2002. William Meredith on AMS-L, 10/16/2002.
    d. in Los Angeles at 64. Boston Globe Online, 10/28/2002 {http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/301/obituaries/Philip_Brett_64_Calif_music_scholar+.shtml}.
    b. 10/17/1937 in Edwinstowe, Nottinghamshire. SEM Newsletter, v. 37 no. 1, January 2003; Musical Times, v. 143 no. 1881, Winter 2002; AMS Newsletter, v. 33 no. 1, February 2003.
    also conductor. Newsletter of the American Handel Society, v. 17 no. 3, December 2002.

  • Brignola, Nick, American jazz (baritone) saxophonist, d. 2/8/2002 in Albany, NY at 65; b. in Troy, NY. Boston Globe Online, 2/11/2002 {http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/042/obituaries/Nick_Brignola_65_jazz_saxophonist+.shtml}; latimes.com, 2/12/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-000010779feb12.story?coll=la%2Dnews%2Dobituaries}; Cadence, v. 28 no. 4, April 2002.
    played all the saxes, clarinet, and flute; b. Nicholas Thomas Brignola 7/17/1936 in Troy, NY. Jazz Journal International, v. 55 no. 6, June 2002.

  • Brooks, Bubba, jazz saxophonist, d. ca. 4/11/2002 at 79. Cadence, v. 28 no. 5, May 2002.

  • Brooks, Hadda, torch singer and boogie pianist, d. 11/21/2002 in Los Angeles at 86. Boston Globe Online, 11/23/2002 {http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/327/obituaries/Hadda_Brooks_torch_singer_was_Queen_of_the_Boogie_86+.shtml}; Cadence, v. 29 no. 1, January 2003; CBMR Digest, v. 16 no. 1, Spring 2003.
    b. Hadda Hopgood 1916 in Boyle Heights. latimes.com, 11/23/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-brooks23nov23,0,7982912.story}; New York Times online, 11/24/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/11/24/obituaries/24BROO.html}.
    b. in Los Angeles. washingtonpost.com, 11/25/2002 {http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A34795-2002Nov24.html}.

  • Brooks, Stella, jazz vocalist, d. 12/13/2002 in San Francisco, CA at 92. Cadence, v. 29 no. 2, February 2003.

  • Brooks, Tilford, American musicologist, former chair of the Washington University in St. Louis Music Department, d. 9/2002. Personal email from Wanda Harry, Music Department secretary, 9/11/2002.
    Tilford U. Brooks, d. 9/5/2002 in Clayton, MO at 77; b. in East St. Louis, IL. St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 9/12/2002.

  • Brooks, Wayne A., jazz trombonist and keyboardist, d. 5/14/2002 in Beverley [sic] Hills, MI at 81. Cadence, v. 28 no. 8, August 2002.

  • Brown, Beverly, dancer, choreographer, teacher, and composer, d. 5/17/2002 in Kansas City, MO at 61; b. in Effingham, IL. New York Times online, 5/30/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/05/30/obituaries/30BROW.html}.

  • Brown, Earle, American composer, d. 7/2/2002 in Rye, NY. Personal email from Carson Kievman, forwarded to MLA-L by Paula Matthews 7/3/2002; NewMusicBox, 7/3/2002 {http://www.newmusicbox.org/news.nmbx?id=00118}; Chamber Music, v. 19 no. 6, December 2002.
    Earle Appleton Brown, b. 12/26/1926 in Lunenburg, MA. Independent.co.uk, 7/5/2002 {http://www.independent.co.uk/story.jsp?story=312113}; New York Times online, 7/8/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/07/08/obituaries/08BROW.html}; Boston Globe Online, 7/11/2002 {http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/192/obituaries/Earle_Brown_helped_reshape_modern_music+.shtml}; Gramophone, v. 80 no. 958, October 2002; Musical Times, v. 143 no. 1880, Autumn 2002.
    composer and trumpeter, d. 7/9/2002 in Rhy, NY at 75. Cadence, v. 28 no. 8, August 2002; Orchester, v. 50 no. 9, September 2002.

  • Brown, James "Buster", tap dancer, performer in musicals and big band concerts, d. 5/7/2002 in Manhattan at 88; b. in Baltimore, MD. New York Times online, 5/9/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/05/09/obituaries/09BROW.html}; Cadence, v. 28 no. 6, June 2002.

  • Brown, Louis, jazz trombonist, d. 12/5/2002 in Nashville, TN at 59. Cadence, v. 29 no. 3, March 2003.

  • Brown, Ray, jazz bassist, former husband of Ella Fitzgerald, d. 7/2/2002 in Indianapolis, IN at 75; b. 1926 in Pittsburgh. Associated Press wire service, 7/3/2002; latimes.com, 7/3/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-brown3jul03.story}; Cadence, v. 28 no. 8, August 2002; Orchester, v. 50 no. 9, September 2002; Chamber Music, v. 19 no. 6, December 2002.
    also composer and impresario, b. Raymond Matthews Brown 10/13/1926. AOL.com, 7/3/2002 {http://my.aol.com/news/news_story.psp?type=4&cat=0800&id=0207030943240050}; washingtonpost.com, 7/4/2002 {http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A22253-2002Jul3.html}; International Herald Tribune Online, 7/4/2002 {http://www.iht.com/articles/63436.html}; Jazz Journal International, v. 55 no. 9, September 2002.

  • Brunskill, Bill, jazz trumpeter and bandleader, d. 11/18/2002 in Hackney, London at 82; b. 2/2/1920 in East London. Jazz Journal International, v. 56 no. 1, January 2003; Cadence, v. 29 no. 2, February 2003.

  • Bruun, Lewis C., organist and choir director, d. 8/2/2002 in Williamsport, MD at 67; b. 8/29/1934 in San Francisco. Diapason, v. 93 no. 12, December 2002; American Organist, v. 37 no. 1, January 2003.

  • Burns, Richard, audio engineer, d. 11/4/2002 in Syracuse, NY at 82; b. 1920 in New Haven, CT. ARSC Newsletter, no. 101, Winter 2003.

  • Bustabo, Guila, American violinist, d. in Birmingham, Alabama at 86. Strad, v. 113 no. 1347, July 2002.
    d. 2002; b. 1916. Musical Times, v. 143 no. 1879, Summer 2002.

  • Byrne, Bill, jazz trumpeter, d. 7/21/2002 in Pierre, SD at 65. Cadence, v. 28 no. 9, September 2002.
    d. in Pierre, FL; b. 1937. Jazz Journal International, v. 55 no. 9, September 2002.

  • Callaghan, Jim, jazz trumpeter, d. ca. 3/1/2002 in New York at 79. Cadence, v. 28 no. 8, August 2002.

  • Cameron, Brian G., Canadian organist and music minister, d. 3/10/2002 at 44. American Organist, v. 37 no. 2, February 2003.

  • Cameron, John, Australo-British baritone, d. 3/29/2002 in London; b. 3/20/1918 in Australia. Gramophone, v. 80 no. 955 (July 2002); Musical Times, v. 143 no. 1879, Summer 2002.
    d. at 84. Opernwelt, v. 43 no. 6, June 2002.

  • Campolonghi, Piero, Italian baritone, d. 3/7/2002 in Piacenza at 87; b. 4/22/1914 in Piacenza. Opera, v. 53 no. 6, June 2002.

  • Cannon, Ardis A., American organist and choir director, d. 8/4/2002 in Stanwood, WA. American Organist, v. 37 no. 6, June 2003.

  • Capone, Larry, jazz saxophonist, d. 10/10/2002 in Baltimore, MD at 75. Cadence, v. 28 no. 12, December 2002.

  • Carbone, Maria, Italian soprano, d. 12/28/2002 in Rome at 94; b. 6/15/1908 in Castellammare di Stabia near Naples. Opera, v. 54 no. 5, May 2003.

  • Carey, Thomas, American baritone, d. 1/23/2002 in Norman, OK; b. 12/29/1931 in Bennettsville, SC. Opera News, v. 66 no. 11, May 2002.

  • Carlton, Don "Shotgun", jazz cornetist, d. 9/30/2002 in Kansas City, KS at 75. Cadence, v. 29 no. 1, January 2003.

  • Carns, Barbara Ann Savoie, folk musician, d. 7/9/2002 in Berlin, VT; b. 1926 in New Bedford, MA. Sing Out! v. 46 no. 4, Winter 2003.

  • Carr, Joyce, jazz vocalist, d. 1/26/2002 in Virginia at 70. Cadence, v. 28 no. 4, April 2002.

  • Carrere, Bernard, jazz bassist, d. ca. 2/14/2002 in California at 94. Cadence, v. 28 no. 5, May 2002.

  • Carter, Dave, folk musician, d. 7/19/2002 in Northampton, MA at 49; b. 8/13/1952 in Oxnard, CA. Boston Globe Online, 7/23/2002 {http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/204/obituaries/Dave_Carter_49_folk_artist_touted_as_major_lyrical_talent_+.shtml}.
    folk songwriter, d. 7/19/2002 in Hadley, MA. latimes.com, 7/24/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-passings24.1jul24.story}, New York Times online, 7/25/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/07/25/obituaries/25CART.html}.
    "born and raised mostly in the South". Sing Out! v. 46 no. 3, Fall 2002.

  • Carter, Joyce, American lounge singer, d. 1/26/2002 in Virginia at 70; b. Joyce Siperly in Great Falls, MT. washingtonpost.com, 1/30/2002 {http://washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/metro/obituaries/A58624-2002Jan29.html}.

  • Castillo, Randy, heavy metal drummer, d. 3/26/2002 in Los Angeles at 51; b. in Albuquerque. latimes.com, 4/5/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-000024315apr05.story}; Rolling Stone, no. 912/913, 12/26/2002 / 1/9/2003.

  • Cates, George, tenor saxophonist, d. 5/10/2002 at 90. Cadence, v. 28 no. 7, July 2002.

  • Catizone, Billy, jazz violinist, d. 8/9/2002 in Pittsburgh, PA at 94. Cadence, v. 28 no. 10, October 2002.

  • Cervinkova, Blanka, Czech musicologist, d. 10/13/2002 in Prague at 60. Personal email from Pam Thompson, forwarded to IAML-L by Veslemöy Heintz on 10/18/2002.

  • Chailly, Luciano, Italian composer, d. 12/2002 in Mailand; b. in Ferrara. Opernwelt, v. 44 no 2, February 2003.
    d. 12/24/2002; b. 1/19/1920. Gramophone, v. 80 no. 965, April 2003; Orchester, v. 51 no. 3, March 2003; Rassegna Musicale Curci, v. 51 no. 2, May 2003.
    d. in Milan. Opera, v. 54 no. 5, May 2003; Il Fronimo, v. 31 no. 122, April 2003.

  • Clancy, Bobby, Irish folk musician, d. 9/6/2002; b. 5/14/1927 in Carrick-on-suir, County Tipperary, Ireland. Sing Out! v. 46 no. 4, Winter 2003.

  • Clark, Keith, American army bugler who played "Taps" at the funeral of U.S. President John F. Kennedy, Jr., d. 1/11/2002 in Port Charlotte, FL at 74; b. in Grand Rapids, MI. New York Times online, 1/17/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/01/17/obituaries/17CLAR.html?searchpv=nytToday}.

  • Cleveland, Gwen, jazz vocalist. d. 6/2/2002 at around 70. Cadence, v. 28 no. 9, September 2002.

  • Clogg, Peter R., music director at Opera Omaha, d. 3/20/2002 in Omaha, NE; b. 3/24/1960 in Lodi, OH. Opera News, v. 67 no. 2, August 2002.

  • Clooney, Rosemary, popular singer and actress, aunt of actor George Clooney, d. 6/29/2002 in Beverly Hills at 74; b. 5/23/1928 in Maysville, KY. New York Times online, 6/30/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/06/30/obituaries/30CLOO.html}; washingtonpost.com, 7/1/2002 {http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A5762-2002Jun30.html}; detnews.com, 6/30/2002 {http://detnews.com/2002/obituaries/0207/01/obituaries-527041.htm}; Cadence, v. 28 no. 8, August 2002; Jazz Journal International, v. 55 no. 8, August 2002; Down Beat, v. 69 no. 20, October 2002; Chamber Music, v. 19 no. 6, December 2002.

  • Cluskey, James E., American organist, d. 8/8/2002 in Peoria, IL at 79; b. 1922. American Organist, v. 36 no. 12, December 2002.

  • Coates, Dorothy Love, gospel singer and composer, d. in Birmingham, AL at 74. Time Magazine, v. 159 no. 16, 4/22/2002.
    d. 4/9/2002. New York Times online, 4/12/2002 {http://query.nytimes.com/search/abstract?res=F50E16FD3C580C718DDDAD0894DA404482}.
    b. Dorothy McGriff. Legacy.com {http://www.legacy.com/LegacySubPage1.asp?Page=APStory&Id=3047}.
    d. 4/11/2002. Sing Out! v. 46 no. 3, Fall 2002.

  • Cobbing, Bob, "sound poet", d. 9/28/2002 in London, England at 82. Cadence, v. 28 no. 11, November 2002.

  • Cohen, Benjamin, d. 3/7/2002 at 73; b. 2/15/1929 in London. Jazz Journal International, v. 55 no. 5, May 2002.
    jazz trumpeter, d. 3/7/2002 in England at 72. Cadence, v. 28 no. 6, June 2002.

  • Coley, Tracy, singer, actor, and gospel choir conductor, d. 11/9/2002 in Los Angeles at 38; b. in Atlanta. latimes.com, 11/14/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-passings14.1nov14,0,2353746.story}.

  • Collamore, Effie Allison, American organist and teacher of piano and organ, d. 3/13/2002 in Washington, DC at 95. American Organist, v. 36 no. 9, September 2002.

  • Conniff, Ray, composer, arranger, bandleader, and trombonist, d. 10/12/2002 in Escondido, CA at 85; b. 11/1916 in Attleboro, MA. nj.com, 10/14/2002 {http://www.nj.com/newsflash/national/index.ssf?/cgi-free/getstory_ssf.cgi?a0500_BC_Obit-Conniff}; AOL.com, 10/14/2002 {http://my.aol.com/news/news_story.psp?type=4&cat=0806&id=021014075804193722}; Boston Globe Online, 10/15/2002 {http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/288/obituaries/Ray_Conniff_big_band_leader_Grammy_winner_started_in_Hub+.shtml}; latimes.com, 10/15/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-conniff15oct15,0,3959926.story}.
    d. in Los Angeles; b. 11/6/1916. New York Times online, 10/15/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/10/15/obituaries/15CONN.html}.
    jazz trumpeter, d. in Escondida [sic], CA. Cadence, v. 28 no. 12, December 2002.
    d. in Escondido; b. 11/6/1916. Jazz Journal International, v. 55 no. 12, Dec. 2002.

  • Cooney, Eleanore Jansson, American violinist, d. 11/3/2002 in Grosse Pointe, MI at 78. detnews.com, 11/6/2002 {http://www.detnews.com/2002/obituaries/0211/07/e02-2542.htm}.

  • Cramer, Mai, blues DJ, d. 2/25/2002; b. in New York. Sing out! v. 46 no. 2, Summer 2002.

  • Crawford, Robert S., supporter of the arts/music, d. 3/2002. CIM Notes, Oct./Dec. 2002.

  • Crosby, John O'Hea, conductor, founder and former general director of the Santa Fe Opera, d. 12/15/2002 in Rancho Mirage, CA at 76; b. 7/12/1926 in New York City. latimes.com, 12/17/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-crosby17dec17,0,6873370.story}; Opernwelt, v. 44 no 2, February 2003.
    d. in Palm Springs, CA. New York Times online, 12/17/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/12/17/obituaries/17CROS.html}; Opera News, v. 67 no. 9, March 2003; Strad, v. 114 no. 1355, March 2003; Orchester, v. 51 no. 3, March 2003.

  • Crosby, Robbin, American heavy metal guitarist, d. 6/6/2002 in Los Angeles at 42; b. 8/4/1959 in San Diego. AOL.com, 6/11/2002 {http://my.aol.com/news/news_story.psp?type=4&cat=0806&id=0206110654240005}; New York Times online, 6/11/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/06/12/obituaries/12CROS.html}.

  • Curtin, Richard, Msgr., choir director and professor of church music, d. 7/21/2002 in Riverdale, Bronx, NY at 86. American Organist, v. 36 no. 10, Oct. 2002.

  • Da Costa, Noel, composer and music professor, d. 4/29/2002 in Manhattan at 82; b. in Nigeria. New York Times online, 5/20/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/05/20/obituaries/20DACO.html}; American Organist, v. 36 no. 8, August 2002.

  • Dale, Alan, American pop crooner, d. 4/20/2002 at 73; b. Aldo Sigismondi in New York. Boston Globe Online, 4/24/2002 {http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/114/obituaries/Alan_Dale_crooner_in_1940s_and_50s+.shtml}.
    d. in New York at 75; b. in Brooklyn. latimes.com, 4/25/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-000029370apr25.story}.
    d. in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn at 73; b. 7/9/1928. New York Times online, 4/25/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/04/25/obituaries/25DALE.html}.

  • Danner, Phyllis, American music librarian, d. 2/25/2002. Richard Griscom on MLA-L.

  • Darch, Bob, jazz pianist, d. 10/20/in Springfield, MO at 82. Cadence, v. 28 no. 12, December 2002.

  • Davenny, Ward, pianist and music professor, d. 12/10/2002 in New Haven, CT at 86; b. 7/28/1916 in Ashtabula, OH. New York Times online, 12/29/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/12/29/obituaries/29DAVE.html}.

  • David, Dottye Bennett, early radio and television singer, d. 12/2/2002 in Kirkwood, MO; b. in St. Louis. STLtoday.com, 12/6/2002 {http://postdispatch.com/stltoday/news/stories.nsf/News%20Obituaries/8514B76885CB070686256C8700082C71}.

  • Davison, Anne (Mrs. Wild Bill), widow of jazz cornetist Wild Bill Davison, d. 5/9/2002; b. Anne Hendlin 9/15/1914 in New York City. Jazz Journal International, v. 55 no. 7, July 2002.

  • Dawn, Dolly, big band singer, d. 12/11/2002 in Englewood, NJ at 86; b. Theresa Maria Stabile 2/3/1916 in Newark, NJ. New York Times online, 12/18/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/12/18/obituaries/18DAWN.html}; latimes.com, 12/20/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-dawn20dec20,0,5561397.story}; Cadence, v. 29 no. 2, February 2003.

  • de LaChapelle, Harold B., American organist, pianist, and music director, d. 5/25/2002 in Phoenix, AZ at 81; b. 6/11/1920 in Turners Falls, MA. American Organist, v. 36 no. 9, September 2002.

  • de Lancie, John, virtuoso oboist, administrator, and teacher, father of the actor of the same name, d. 5/17/2002 in Walnut Creek, CA at 80; b. in Berkeley. latimes.com, 5/29/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-000037718may29.story}; New York Times online, 5/27/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/05/27/obituaries/27DELA.html}; Music in Concert, v. 65 no 4, July/August 2002; Chamber Music, v. 19 no. 6, December 2002.

  • Dejan, Harold, jazz saxophonist and vocalist, d. 7/5/2002 in New Orleans, LA at 93. Cadence, v. 28 no. 8, August 2002.
    Duke Dejan; b. Harold Andrew Dejan. New York Times online, 8/12/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/08/12/obituaries/12DEJA.html}.
    b. 1909. Jazz Journal International, v. 55 no. 22, Nov. 2002.

  • Delaney, Joe, jazz trumpeter and record producer, d. 8/7/2002 in Las Vegas, NV at 80. Cadence, v. 29 no. 5, May 2003.

  • DeLay, Dorothy, American violin teacher, d. 3/24/2002 at Upper Nyack, NY at 84; b. in Medicine Lodge, KS. New York Times online, 3/26/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/aponline/arts/AP-Obit-DeLay.html}; Boston Globe Online, 3/26/2002 {http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/085/obituaries/Dorothy_DeLay_violin_master_who_taught_top_stars+.shtml}; St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 3/31/2002; Strad, v. 113 no. 1346, June 2002.
    b. 3/31/1917. latimes.com, 3/27/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-000022016mar27.story}; Musical Times, v. 143 no. 1879, Summer 2002.
    b. 4/1/1917. New York Daily News Online, 3/26/2002 {http://www.nydailynews.com/2002-03-26/News_and_Views/City_Beat/a-145596.asp}.

  • DeLisle, Paul R., American organbuilder, d. 1/31/2002 at 48; b. in Fall River, MA. American Organist, v. 36 no. 11, Nov. 2002.

  • Deloach, Darryl, heavy metal singer, d. 10/3/2002. Rolling Stone, no. 930, 9/4/2003.

  • Dennis, Matt, singer, pianist, and composer, d. 6/21/2002 in Riverside, CA at 89; b. in Seattle. Seattle Times online, 6/30/2002 {http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/obituaries/134485091_dennisobit30.html}; Chamber Music, v. 19 no. 6, December 2002.
    d. at 88. Cadence, v. 28 no. 8, August 2002.

  • Derise, Joe, jazz vocalist, pianist, and guitarist, d. 6/24/2002 in Shelton, CT at 76. Cadence, v. 28 no. 9, September 2002.

  • Doan, Manh Quan, violist, d. 4/2002 at 58. Orchester, v. 50 no. 7-8, July-August 2002.

  • Dolin, Samuel, Canadian composer, d. 1/13/2002 in Midland, Ontario at 85. Globe and Mail, 2/9/2002.

  • Domanico, Chuck, jazz bassist, d. ca. 10/17/2002 in Los Angeles, CA at 58. Cadence, v. 28 no. 12, December 2002.

  • Donegan, Lonnie, British skiffle guitarist, d. 11/3/2002 in Peterborough, England, at 71; b. Anthony Donegan 1931 in Glasgow. AOL.com, 11/4/2002 {http://my.aol.com/news/news_story.psp?type=4&cat=0806&id=021104110053302215}; washingtonpost.com, 11/5/2002 {http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A5431-2002Nov4.html}; Cadence, v. 28 no. 12, December 2002; Rolling Stone, no. 912/913, 12/26/2002 / 1/9/2003.
    b. James Anthony Donegan. CNN.com, 11/4/2002 {http://www.cnn.com/2002/SHOWBIZ/Music/11/04/skiffle.donegan/index.html}.
    b. Anthony James Donegan. Boston Globe Online, 11/5/2002 {http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/309/obituaries/Lonnie_Donegan_folk_singer_keyed_British_rock_invasion+.shtml}; latimes.com, 11/5/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-donegan5nov05,0,2272106.story}; Independent.co.uk, 11/5/2002 {http://news.independent.co.uk/people/obituaries/story.jsp?story=348983}.
    b. 4/29/1931. Guardian Unlimited, 11/4/2002 {http://www.guardian.co.uk/arts/news/story/0,11711,829945,00.html}.
    also banjoist, bandleader, arranger and composer, b. Anthony James Donegan. Jazz Journal International, v. 56 no. 1, January 2003.

  • Doonan, John, Irish folk musician (flute and piccolo), d. 3/8/2002. Sing Out! v. 46 no. 3, Fall 2002.

  • Doud, Tom, producer, d. 10/26/2002 in Aventura, FL at 77. Cadence, v. 28 no. 12, December 2002.

  • Dowd, Tom, record producer and engineer, d. 10/27/2002 in Aventura, FL at 77. AOL.com, 10/28/2002 {http://my.aol.com/news/news_story.psp?type=4&cat=0806&id=021028133358268285}; latimes.com, 10/29/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-dowd29oct29,0,7190643.story}; Boston Globe Online, 10/30/2002 {http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/303/obituaries/Tom_Dowd_77_pioneer_music_engineer+.shtml}; New York Times online, 10/30/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/10/30/obituaries/30DOWD.html}.

  • Druian, Rafael, violinist and conductor, d. 9/6/2002 in Philadelphia at 80; b. in Vologda, Russia. New York Times online, 9/23/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/09/23/obituaries/23DRUI.html}; Chamber Music, v. 19 no. 6, December 2002.

  • Dufty, William F., Billie Holiday biographer, d. 6/28/2002 in Birmingham, MI at 86. latimes.com, 7/4/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-dufty4jul04.story}; Cadence, v. 28 no. 8, August 2002.

  • Dyson, Peter, Canadian professor of English and opera critic, d. 4/9/2002 in Toronto at 71; b. 2/12/1931 in Montreal. Opera, v. 53 no. 12, December 2002.

  • Earl, Everett "Dean", jazz pianist, d. 1/14/2002 at 87. Cadence, v. 28 no. 3, March 2002.

  • Edwards, Frank, bluesman, d. 3/22/2002 at 93 in Atlanta. Sing Out! v. 46 no. 3, Fall 2002.

  • Eisenberger, Agnes, manager, president and owner of Colbert Artists Management, d. 12/26/2002 in Manhattan at 79; b. in Vienna. New York Times online, 1/1/2003 {http://www.nytimes.com/2003/01/01/obituaries/01EISE.html}.
    b. 2/22/1923. Opera News, v. 67 no. 9, March 2003.

  • Elcombe, Keith, music professor and reviewer, d. 2002; b. 1941. Early Music, v. 30 no. 3, August 2002.

  • Elder, Dennis, jazz drummer, d. 4/23/2002 in Toronto, Canada at about 67. Cadence, v. 28 no. 7, July 2002.

  • Elian, Louise Klos Steiner, studio and Broadway harpist, ex-wife of film composer Max Steiner, d. 7/7/2002 in West Palm Beach, FL at 96; b. in St. Joseph, MO. latimes.com, 7/16/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-passing16.1jul16.story}.

  • Entwistle, John, British rock bassist, d. 6/27/2002 at 57. AOL.com, 6/27/2002 {http://my.aol.com/news/news_story.psp?type=4&cat=0800&id=0206272202151085}.
    d. 6/27/2002 in Las Vegas; b. near London. washingtonpost.com, 6/28/2002 {http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A58722-2002Jun27.html}; detnews.com, 6/28/2002 {http://detnews.com/2002/obituaries/0206/28/a02-525720.htm}.
    b. in Chiswick, England. New York Times online, 6/28/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/06/28/obituaries/28ENTW.html}.
    b. 10/9/1944. All Music Guide, 2002 {http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=Bjg8gtq7ztu4p}; Rolling Stone, no. 901, 7/25/2002.

  • Epstein, David Mayer, American conductor and scholar, d. 1/14/2002. Barbara Schubert, quoted on SMT-LIST by Richard Cohn on 1/16/2002.
    d. 1/15/2002. Boston Globe, 1/16/2002.
    d. 1/15/2002; b. 1930. Newsletter (American Brahms Society), v. 20 no. 1, Spring 2002.

  • Ercolani, Renato, Italian tenor, d. 4/5/2002 in Milan at 81; b. 8/18/1920 in Perugia.

  • Ermler, Mark, Russian conductor and music director, d. 4/14/2002 in Seoul at 69; b. in Leningrad. latimes.com, 4/15/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-000026899apr15.story}.
    b. 1932. Boston Globe Online, 4/15/2002 {http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/105/obituaries/Mark_Ermler_69_Seoul_conductor+.shtml}; New York Times online, 4/16/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/04/16/obituaries/16ERML.html}.
    b. 5/5/1932. Gramophone, v. 80 no. 955 (July 2002); Opera News, v. 67 no. 1, July 2002; Opera, v. 53 no. 7, July 2002; Musical Times, v. 143 no. 1880, Autumn 2002.

  • Esquivel, Juan Garcia, Mexican pianist, composer, and bandleader, d. 1/3/2002 in Jiutepec, Mexico at 83; b. 1/20/1918 in Tampico, Tamaulipas, Mexico. latimes.com, 1/10/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-000002447jan10.story?coll=la%2Dnews%2Dobituaries}; washingtonpost.com, 1/11/2002 {http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/metro/obituaries/A28816-2002Jan10.html}; Rolling Stone, no. 912/913, 12/26/2002 / 1/9/2003.
    d. in Jiutepec, Morelos, Mexico. New York Times Online, 1/11/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/01/11/obituaries/11ESQU.html}; Rolling Stone, no. 890, 2/28/2002.

  • Etzkorn, Peter, supporter of the arts, past president and board member of New Music Circle, d. 2002. New Music Circular, v. 11 no. 2, October 2002.

  • Evans, Sally, American music librarian, d. 8/13/2002 in Northampton, MA. Pamela Juengling on MLA-L, 8/28/2002.

  • Faloon, Marty, jazz guitarist, d. 5/1/2002 in Pittsburth, PA at 80. Cadence, v. 28 no. 6, June 2002.

  • Farmer, Bobbie Lee, American pianist and teacher, d. 2/16/2002 in Plainview, TX; b. 1910 in Kress, TX. Piano Guild Notes, v. 52 no. 2, Fall 2002.

  • Farr, Lowell A., pianist, accompanist, d. 10/8/2002 in Atlanta, GA; b. 1/21/1927 in Arino, ID. Opera News, v. 67 no 8, February 2003.

  • Farrell, Eileen, opera and pop soprano, d. 3/23/2002 in Park Ridge, NJ at 82; b. 1920 in Willimantic, CN. Lycos Music, 3/24/2002 {http://music.lycos.com/news/shownews.asp?news=wire&number=363119}; washingtonpost.com, 3/25/2002 {http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/metro/obituaries/A12328-2002Mar24.html}; latimes.com, 3/25/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-000021596mar25.story}; Chicago Tribune internet edition, 3/25/2002 {http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/obituaries/chi-0203250039mar25.story}; Miami Herald online, 3/25/2002 {http://www.miami.com/mld/miamiherald/news/2930069.htm}; St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 3/31/2002; Cadence, v. 28 no. 5, May 2002.
    d. in New York; b. 2/13/1920. Opera, v. 53 no. 6, June 2002.
    d. 3/16/2002. Musical Times, v. 143 no. 1879, Summer 2002.

  • Felder, Frances Stovall, American organist, d. 7/31/2002 in Atlanta, GA at 102. American Organist, v. 36 no. 11, Nov. 2002.

  • Ferguson, Ray P., organist, music director, and music professor, d. 11/27/2002 in West Bloomfield, MI; b. in Poplar Bluff, MO. American Organist, v. 37 no. 1, January 2003.

  • Fleck, Robert W., American trumpeter, d. 3/24/2002 in Gloucester, MA at 74; b. in Norwood, MA. Boston Globe Online, 3/27/2002 {http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/086/obituaries/Robert_W_Fleck_at_74_longtime_trumpet_soloist+.shtml}.

  • Fleischhauer, Günter [Guenter], d. 2/12/2002 "in Halle/S." Musikforschung, v. 55 no. 2, 2002.

  • Fleming, Gordie, jazz accordionist, d. 8/31/2002 in Toronto, Canada at 71. Cadence, v. 28 no. 10, October 2002.

  • Flerlage, Ray, music photographer, writer, lecturer, DJ, and record wholesaler, d. 9/28/2002 at 87. Sing Out! v. 46 no. 4, Winter 2003.
    d. in Chicago at 86. CBMR Digest, v. 16 no. 1, Spring 2003.

  • Flexner, Dorothy Quennell, American organist and choir director, d. 8/18/2002 in State College, PA at 78; b. in Highland Park, MI. American Organist, v. 36 no. 11, Nov. 2002.

  • Flournoy, Margaret Williams, jazz vocalist, d. 11/20/2002 at 82. Cadence, v. 29 no. 1, January 2003.

  • Flusser, Richard, opera director and music teacher, d. 7/1/2002 in Manhattan at 75; b. in Manhattan. New York Times online, 7/3/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/07/03/obituaries/03FLUS.html}.
    b. 4/22/1927. Opera News, v. 67 no. 4, October 2002.

  • Forcey-Southall, Myrtle A., jazz vocalist and dancer, d. 8/9/2002 in Washington, DC at 89. Cadence, v. 28 no. 10, October 2002.

  • Forrester, Bobby, jazz organist, d. ca. 11/23 2002 in New York City, NY at 54. Cadence, v. 29 no. 1, January 2003.

  • Fouad, Muharram, Egyptian singer and movie star, d. 6/27/2002 at 66; b. in Cairo. AOL.com, 6/27/2002 {http://my.aol.com/news/news_story.psp?type=4&cat=0806&id=0206271451410298}.

  • Fouché, Ruth Allen, ethnomusicologist, educator, and author, d. 7/19/2002 at 100. CBMR Digest, v. 16 no. 1, Spring 2003.

  • Fox, Lloyd, jazz saxophonist, d. 10/26/2002 in Watertown, NY at 85. Cadence, v. 28 no. 12, December 2002.

  • Foxe-Tyler, Cyrinda, ex-wife of rockers David Johansen and Steven Tyler, d. 9/7/2002 at 50; b. Kathleen Hetzekian. Rolling Stone, no. 907, 10/17/2002.

  • Foxley, Ray, jazz pianist, d. 2002? in London at 73. Cadence, v. 28 no. 10, October 2002.
    Raymond Geoffrey Foxley, d. 6/6/2002; b. 12/28/1928 in Birmingham. Jazz Journal International, v. 55 no. 9, September 2002.

  • Franc, Rene, jazz clarinetist, d. 4/2/2002 in France at 72. Cadence, v. 28 no. 6, June 2002.

  • Franklin, Erma, American popular singer, sister of Aretha Franklin, d. 9/7/2002 in Detroit at 64; b. in Memphis. Boston Globe Online, 9/11/2002 {http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/254/obituaries/Erma_Franklin_64_sang_on_Respect_+.shtml}; New York Times online, 9/12/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/09/13/obituaries/13FRAN.html}; Rolling Stone, no. 907, 10/17/2002.

  • Frazier, Charles, jazz saxophonist and flutist, d. 9/3/2002 at 95. Cadence, v. 28 no. 10, October 2002.

  • Freed, Ronald, American music publisher, d. 2/20/2002. Charles Slater on MLA-L, 2/21/2002.
    d. 2/20/2002 at 64; b. 8/14/1937 in Tulsa, OK. European American Music Distributors LLC press release, 2/25/2002; Kurt Weill Newsletter, v. 20 no. 1, Spring 2002.
    Ronald L. Freed, d. 2/20/2002 in Miami. New York Times online, 3/11/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/03/11/obituaries/11FREE.html}.

  • Freeman, Russ, jazz pianist and songwriter, d. 6/27/2002 in Las Vegas at 76; b. in Chicago. latimes.com, 7/10/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-freeman10jul10.story}; Cadence, v. 28 no. 8, August 2002; Down Beat, v. 69 no. 20, October 2002.
    Russell Donald Freeman, b. 5/28/1926. Jazz Journal International, v. 55 no. 9, September 2002.

  • Frow, George L., phonograph collector and author, d. 10/2002 in Kent, England; b. 1/9/1921 in South London. ARSC Newsletter, no. 101, Winter 2003.

  • Fuchs, Geoffrey, jazz pianist, d. 8/3/2002 in Boston, MA at 22. Cadence, v. 28 no. 10, October 2002.

  • Fujie, Linda Kiyo, ethnomusicologist and editor, d. 5/7/2002; b. 1953. World of Music, v. 44 no. 2, 2002.

  • Fuller, Jerry, jazz drummer, d. 7/13/2002 in Toronto, Canada at 63. Cadence, v. 28 no. 9, September 2002.

  • Furey, Paul, Irish folk accordionist, d. 6/17/2002 at 54. Sing Out! v. 46 no. 3, Fall 2002.

  • Gaffney, George, pianist and accompanist, d. 12/4/2002 in Los Angeles at 62; b. in New York City. latimes.com, 12/12/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-gaffney12dec12,0,2199621.story}; Cadence, v. 29 no. 2, February 2003.

  • Gardner, Gene, jazz drummer, d. 5/1/2002 at 66. Cadence, v. 28 no. 9, September 2002.

  • Gardner, Kay, composer, conductor, singer, d. 8/24/2002 in Bangor, ME. Sing Out! v. 46 no. 4, Winter 2003.
    also flautist, authority on music for healing, d. 8/28/2002. IAWM Journal, v. 9 no. 1, 2003.

  • Gardner, Kenny, pop tenor, d. 7/26/2002 in New York at 89. Boston Globe Online, 8/1/2002 {http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/213/obituaries/Kenny_Gardner_Lombardo_singer+.shtml}.
    Kenneth A. "Kenny" Gardner, d. 7/26/2002 in Manhasset, NY; b. 3/20/1913 in Lakeview, IA. latimes.com, 8/2/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-gardner2aug02.story}; Cadence, v. 28 no. 9, September 2002.

  • Gavaldá, Miguel Querol, musicologist, d. 8/26/2002 in Vinaroz at 90; b. 4/22/1912 in Ulldecona, Tarragona. Revista Musical Chilena, v. 58 no. 199, January/June 2003.

  • Geiseler, Wolfgang, German musicologist, d. 4/21/2002 at 88. Orchester, v. 50 no. 7-8, July-August 2002.

  • Genchi, Patricia Joan, editor of the Cleveland AGO Chapter's newsletter, d. 6/15/2002 at 65. American Organist, v. 36 no. 9, September 2002.

  • Gerdine, Leigh, American music patron, educator, administrator, and composer, d. 3/1/2002 in St. Louis at 84; b. 1917 in Sheyenne, ND. St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 3/2/2002.

  • Gérôme [Gerome], Raymond, actor and diretor (sometimes in or of operas), d. 2/3/2002 in Paris at 81; b. in Brussels. Opera America Newsline, v. 11 no. 6, March 2002.

  • Gesner, Clark, lyricist and composer, d. 7/23/2002 in New York City at 64; b. in Augusta, ME. latimes.com, 7/29/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-gesner29jul29.story}.

  • Gibson, Henry, percussionist, d. 2002? in Sweden "probably in his late 50s". Cadence, v. 29 no. 2, February 2003.

  • Gladstone, Robert, American bassist, d. 2002? at 74; b. in New York. Strad, v. 114 no. 1354, February 2003.

  • Glick, Srul Irving, Canadian composer, d. 4/??/02 in Toronto at 67. Globe and Mail, 4/23/2002.

  • Goldstein, Sylvia, music publisher, d. 1/21/2002 in Baldwin, NY at 82. Opera America Newsline, v. 11 no. 6, March 2002.

  • Goode, Jack C., American organist and choir director, d. 1/10/2002 in Evanston, IL at 80; b. in Marlin, TX. Diapason, v. 93 no. 5, May 2002.
    also composer and teacher, d. at 81. American Organist, v. 36 no. 8, August 2002.

  • Goodson, Sadie, jazz pianist, d. 6/9/2002 in Detroit, MI at 101. Cadence, v. 28 no. 8, August 2002.
    sister of Billie and Ida Goodson. Jazz Journal International, v. 55 no. 22, Nov. 2002.

  • Gordon, Rosco, jazz pianist and vocalist, d. 7/11/2002 in Rego Park, NY at 74. Cadence, v. 28 no. 9, September 2002.
    blues pianist. Sing Out! v. 46 no. 4, Winter 2003.

  • Gorodetzer, Harry, cellist, d. 2002? at 88. Strad, v. 114 no. 1355, March 2003.

  • Gotwals, Vernon, Jr., American organist and music professor, d. 1/12/2002 in Stonington, ME at 77; b. 11/12/1924 in Conshohocken, PA. Diapason, v. 93 no. 6, June 2002; Newsletter (American Brahms Society), v. 20 no. 1, Spring 2002.

  • Graham, Christina Hughes, American organist and music teacher, d. 3/31/2002 in Cleveland, OH at 103. American Organist, v. 36 no. 12, December 2002.

  • Grant, Dave, bluegrass (and other) bassist, d. 3/5/2002 at 46. Sing out! v. 46 no. 2, Summer 2002.

  • Grant, Hollis Earl, American organist, d. 10/8/2002 in Nova Scotia, Canada at 90; b. in Providence, RI. American Organist, v. 37 no. 2, February 2003.

  • Graves, Terry, guitarist and teacher, d. 6/28/2002 in London, England at 48; b. 8/6/1953 in South Bend, IN. Guitar Review, no. 126, 2003.

  • Gray, Dolores, actress and singer, d. 6/26/2002 in Manhattan at 78. Boston Globe Online, 6/30/2002 {http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/181/obituaries/Dolores_Gray_78_was_actress_singer+.shtml}.

  • Green, Adolph, writer of stage and movie musicals, d. 10/24/2002 in New York City at 86; b. in the Bronx. Boston Globe Online, 10/25/2002 {http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/298/obituaries/Adolph_Green_wrote_Singin_in_Rain_script_N_Y_N_Y_+.shtml}.
    b. 12/2/1915. Seattle Times online, 10/25/2002 {http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/obituaries/134562371_greenobit25.html}; latimes.com, 10/25/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-green25oct25,0,284092.story}.
    d. at 87; b. 12/2/1914. New York Times online, 10/25/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/10/25/obituaries/25GREE.html}.

  • Green, Curt, architect who worked on many musical performance venues, d. 11/3/2002 in the Minneapolis area at 77. startribune.com, 11/6/2002 {http://www.startribune.com/stories/466/3412518.html}.

  • Griffin, Johnny, jazz pianist, d. 2002? at 66. Cadence, v. 29 no. 1, January 2003.

  • Griffith, Johnny, Motown keyboardist, d. 11/10/2002 in Detroit at 66. AOL.com, 11/10/2002 {http://my.aol.com/news/news_story.psp?type=4&cat=0806&id=021110213244336188}.
    b. in Detroit. Boston Globe Online, 11/12/2002 {http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/316/obituaries/Johnny_Griffith_66_helped_provide_the_rhythm_to_Motown+.shtml}; latimes.com, 11/12/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-griffith12nov12,0,6542320.story}; detnews.com, 11/11/2002 {http://www.detnews.com/2002/obituaries/0211/11/a01-7345.htm}.

  • Grimsley, Marcel "Tex", country fiddler and luthier, d. 2002? at 85. Sing Out! v. 46 no. 4, Winter 2003.

  • Gronemann, Rolf, violinist, d. 4/2002. Orchester, v. 50 no. 7-8, July-August 2002.

  • Grossman, Julius, conductor and music teacher, d. 11/12/2002 in Manhasset, NY at 90; b. in Brooklyn. New York Times online, 11/19/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/11/19/obituaries/19GROS.html}.

  • Guadagno, Anton Rocco, opera conductor, d. 8/16/2002 in Vienna at 79; b. in Castellammare del Golfo, Sicily. New York Times online, 8/22/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/08/22/obituaries/22GUAD.html}; Orchester, v. 50 no. 10, October 2002; Opera America Newsline, v. 12 no. 1, Sept. 2002.
    b. 5/2/1925. Gramophone, v. 80 no. 959, Awards issue 2002; Opera, v. 53 no. 12, December 2002.
    b. 4/18/1923. Opera News, v. 67 no. 6, December 2002.

  • Guest, George, British choirmaster and organist, d. 11/20/2002 in London at 78; b. in Bangor, North Wales. New York Times online, 11/30/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/11/30/obituaries/30GUES.html}.
    b. 2/9/1924. Gramophone, v. 80 no. 962, January 2003; Diapason, v. 94 no. 2, February 2003.
    George Howell Guest. American Organist, v. 37 no. 2, February 2003.

  • Guy, Billy, rock'n'roll/doo-wop baritone, d. 11/12/2002 in Las Vegas at 66; b. 6/20/1936 in Itasca, TX. New York Times Online, 11/14/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/11/14/obituaries/14GUY.html}.
    R&B baritone. seattletimes.com, 11/17/2002 {http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/obituaries/134577896_guyobit17.html}; latimes.com, 11/16/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-guy16nov16,0,1631558.story}.

  • Haley, Fred, American organist, d. 9/14/2002 in Oklahoma City, OK. Diapason, v. 94 no. 1, January 2003.

  • Halliday, Gina-Lee, jazz bassist, d. 11/2002 in London, England at 57. Cadence, v. 29 no. 1, January 2003.

  • Hamilton, Carrie, American actress, writer, and musician, daughter of Carol Burnett, d. 1/20/2002 at 38. St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 1/21/2002.

  • Hammond, Michael, American composer, conductor, music professor and administrator, NEA chairman for one week, d. 1/29/2002 in Washington, DC at 69; b. in Kenosha, WI. latimes.com, 1/30/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-000007534jan30.story?coll=la%2Dnews%2Dobituaries}; New York Times online, 1/30/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/01/30/obituaries/30HAMM.html?ex=1013144400&en=6e928d333cdb23b0&ei=5040&partner=MOREOVER}; Chronicle of Higher Education, 1/30/2002 {http://chronicle.com/daily/2002/01/2002013006n.htm}.
    d. 1/28/2002. Symphony, v. 53 no. 2, March - April 2002.

  • Hampton, Lionel, jazz vibraphonist, d. 8/31/2002 in New York City at 94; b. 4/20/1908? in Louisville, KY? or Birmingham, AL?. AOL.com, 8/31/2002 {http://my.aol.com/news/news_story.psp?type=4&cat=0806&id=0208311318425265}; Chamber Music, v. 19 no. 6, December 2002; Orchester, v. 50 no. 11, November 2002.
    b. 4/20/1908 in Louisville, KY. New York Times online, 9/1/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/09/01/obituaries/01HAMP.html}; latimes.com, 9/1/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-hampton1sep01002108.story}; Instrumentalist, v. 57 no. 3, October 2002; Jazz Journal International, v. 55 no. 10, October 2002; Jazz Magazine, no. 530, Oct. 2002.
    also songwriter. Detroit News online, 9/1/2002 {http://detnews.com/2002/obituaries/0209/03/a07-576126.htm}.
    also piano and drums. Cadence, v. 28 no. 10, October 2002.

  • Handy, D. Antoinette, writer on jazz, d. 10/21/2002 in Jackson, MI. Cadence, v. 28 no. 12, December 2002.

  • Handy-Miller, D. Antoinette, flutist, professor, author, and administrator, d. 10/21/2002 in Jackson, MI at 71. CBMR Digest, v. 16 no. 1, Spring 2003.

  • Hanna, Roland, jazz pianist, composer, and cellist, d. 11/13/2002 in Hackensack, NJ at 70. latimes.com, 11/16/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-hanna16nov16,0,4417463.story}; Cadence, v. 29 no. 1, January 2003.
    d. in Harris, NY; b. Roland Pembrooks Hanna in Detroit. washingtonpost.com, 11/16/2002 {http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A61811-2002Nov15.html}.
    Roland Pembroke Hanna, pianist and teacher, d. in Hackensack, NJ; b. 2/10/1932. Independent.co.uk, 11/16/2002 {http://news.independent.co.uk/people/obituaries/story.jsp?story=352571}; New York Times online, 11/15/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/11/15/obituaries/15HANN.html}.

  • Hansen, Conrad, German pianist, d. 6/22/2002 in Hamburg at 95. Orchester, v. 50 no. 9, September 2002.

  • Hansen, Mary, alt-rock guitarist and singer, d. 12/9/2002 in London at 36; b. in Maryborough, Queensland, Australia. New York Times online, 12/13/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/12/14/obituaries/14HANS.html}.

  • Hardwick, Keith, record (reissue) producer, d. 1/23/2002; b. 11/4/1923. Gramophone, v. 79 no. 952, April 2002.
    d. at 77; b. 11/4/1924. Opera, v. 53 no. 5, May 2002.

  • Harkarvy, Benjamin, ballet teacher, director, and choreographer, d. 3/30/2002 in Manhattan at 72; b. in New York City. New York Times online, 4/3/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/04/03/obituaries/03HARK.html}.

  • Harrington, Robert "Bob", jazz critic, historian, biographer, and performer, d. 11/1/2002 in Plymouth, CT at 88. Jazz Journal International, v. 56 no. 1, January 2003.

  • Hayes, Harry, British jazz saxophonist, d. 3/17/2002 at 92; b. 3/23/1909 in London. Jazz Journal International, v. 55 no. 6, June 2002; Cadence, v. 28 no. 8, August 2002.

  • Heard, Bill, Jr., jazz club owner, d. 6/7/2002 in Indianapolis, IN at 70. Cadence, v. 28 no. 8, August 2002.

  • Heebner, Walter, American record producer, d. 2/10/2002 in Burbank, CA at 84; b. 1917 in Wissinoming, PA. latimes.com, 2/27/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-000014803feb27.story?coll=la%2Dnews%2Dobituaries}.

  • Heidenreich, Josef, bassist, d. 9/7/2002 in Bayreuth at 93. Orchester, v. 50 no. 11, November 2002.

  • Hellman, Daphne, jazz harpist, d. 8/4/2002 in Manhattan at 86. jazztimes.com, 9/14/2002 {http://www.jazztimes.com/JazzNews/XcNewsPlus.asp?cmd=view&articleid=730}; Cadence, v. 28 no. 9, September 2002.

  • Helm, Bob, jazz clarinetist, d. 9/1/2002 in San Rafael, CA at 88. Cadence, v. 28 no. 11, November 2002.

  • Hemmings, Peter William, British impresario, founder of Los Angeles Opera, d. 1/4/2002 in Dorset, England at 67; b. 4/10/1934 in Enfield, Middlesex, England. latimes.com, 1/4/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-000000831jan04.story?coll=la%2Dnews%2Dobituaries}; Opera, v. 53 no. 2, February 2002; Opera News, v. 66 no. 10, April 2002; Opera America newsline, v. 11 no. 8, May 2002.

  • Henderson, Hamish, Scottish poet, songwriter, folklorist, d. 3/9/2002; b. 1919. Sing out! v. 46 no. 2, Summer 2002.

  • Hendrix, Al, father of Jimi Hendrix, d. 4/17/2002 at 82. Rolling Stone, no. 912/913, 12/26/2002 / 1/9/2003.

  • Henius, Carla, German mezzo, d. 12/27/2002 in Murnau at 83; b. in Mannheim. Orchester, v. 51 no. 3, March 2003.

  • Hensler, Guenter, German record industry executive, d. 3/3/2002 in Friedrichshafen, Germany at 63; b. in Lindau, Germany. New York Times online, 3/8/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/03/08/obituaries/08HENS.html}.

  • Herz, Eric, harpsichord builder, d. 5/25/2002 in Barton, VT at 82; b. in Cologne, Germany. Boston Globe Online, 5/30/2002 {http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/150/obituaries/Eric_Herz_82_his_harpsichords_captured_a_sound_from_the_past+.shtml}.
    b. 1919. Diapason, v. 93 no. 8, August 2002.

  • Hewitt, Frank, jazz pianist, d. 9/5/2002 in New York City at 66. Cadence, v. 28 no. 10, October 2002; Chamber Music, v. 19 no. 6, December 2002.

  • Hewitt, Godfrey, Anglo-Canadian organist, choirmaster, teacher, scholar of church music, organ designer, and composer, d. 8/30/2002 at 93; b. 1909 in Cudworth, Yorkshire, England. American Organist, v. 36 no. 12, December 2002.

  • Hielscher, Wilburn "Bill", big band and jazz drummer, d. 12/8/2002 in Clinton Township, MI at 89. detnews.com, 12/13/2002 {http://www.detnews.com/2002/obituaries/0212/13/d02-34672.htm}.

  • Hilton, Wendy, specialist in Baroque dance, d. 9/21/2002 in Manhattan at 71; b. in England. New York Times online, 10/1/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/10/01/obituaries/01HILT.html}; Gina Balestracci on AMS-L {ams-l@virginia.edu}, 10/7/2002.

  • Hodge, Karney, orchestra administrator, d. 4/15/2002 in Fresno at 74; b. 1927. Symphony, v. 53 no. 4, July-Aug. 2002.

  • Hodges, Tony, British music librarian, d. 10/20/2002. Liz Smith on IAML-L, 10/23/2002.

  • Hoffland, Richard D., American choral director, d. 9/12/2002 at 77; b. in LaCrosse, WI. Choral Journal, v. 43 no. 10, May 2003.

  • Holaday, Bill, jazz bassist, d. 12/9/2002 in Metuchen, NJ at around 70. Cadence, v. 29 no. 3, March 2003.

  • Hoskins, Eric Reynard, rapper under the name Money Ray, d. 10/3/2002 in the Bronx at 38; b. 9/3/1964 in Charlotte, NC. New York Times online, 10/12/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/10/12/obituaries/12MONE.html}.

  • Hoskins, Thomas Bird "Fang", music researcher, d. 1/27/2002 in Tallahassee, FL at 60; b. in Charlottesville, NC. washingtonpost.com, 2/5/2002 {http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/metro/obituaries/A23845-2002Feb4.html}.

  • Houser, Michael "Mikey", rock singer and guitarist, d. 8/10/2002 in Athens, GA at 40. Boston Globe Online, 8/13/2002 {http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/225/obituaries/Michael_Houser_rock_singer_at_40+.shtml}; Rolling Stone, no. 905, 9/19/2002.

  • Howard, Harlan, American country songwriter and performer, d. 3/3/2002 in Nashville at 74; b. in Detroit. America Online, 3/4/2002 {http://my.aol.com/news/news_story.psp?type=4&cat=0806&id=0203041054564593}; Boston Globe Online, 3/5/2002 {http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/064/obituaries/H_Howard_wrote_I_Fall_to_Pieces_+.shtml}; Sing out! v. 46 no. 2, Summer 2002.
    b. 9/8/1927. latimes.com, 3/5/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-000016381mar05.story?coll=la%2Dnews%2Dobituaries}; New York Times online, 3/6/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/03/06/obituaries/06HOWA.html?ex=1016426742&ei=1&en=7862648459f8614c}.

  • Howard, Michael, British choral director and organist, d. 1/2002; b. 1922. Early Music, v. 30 no. 2, May 2002.

  • Howe, Michael, British music psychologist, d. 1/2/2002; b. 1940. Psychology of Music, v. 30 no. 1, 2002.

  • Hull, David Jacob, jazz keyboardist, d. 3/13/2002 in Battle Creek, MI at 52. Cadence, v. 28 no. 5, May 2002.

  • Hummel, Berthold, d. 2002. Chamber Music, v. 19 no. 6, December 2002.
    Bertold Hummel, composer, d. 8/9/2002 in Würzburg at 76. Orchester, v. 50 no. 10, October 2002; Neue Zeitschrift für Muzik, v. 163 no. 5, Sept./Oct. 2002.

  • Hunter, Ralph, American organist and choir director, professor of music, d. 6/3/2002 in Grinnell, IA at 81; b. in East Orange, NJ. American Organist, v. 36 no. 10, Oct. 2002.

  • Huot, Guy, Secretary General of the International Music Council, d. 6/9/2002; b. in Ottawa. IMC communiqué, 6/11/2002, forwarded to IAML-L by Alison Hall.
    musician, critic, administrator, d. 6/9/2002 in Paris at 59. Ottawa Citizen online, 6/17/2002 {http://www.canada.com/search/site/story.asp?id=D4B0A83F-C02D-49A4-BE8C-F7ABCB8DC9CE}.

  • Hutson, Wihla Laverne, American organist, choir director, composer, and lyricist, d. 3/24/2002 in Southfield, MI at 100; b. in Lake Station (now East Gary), IN. American Organist, v. 36 no. 7, July 2002.

  • Hutton, J. Warren, American organist and organ professor, d. 7/1/2002 in Philadelphia, PA at 73; b. in Little Rock, AR. American Organist, v. 36 no. 10, Oct. 2002.

  • Impullitti, Alfredo, conductor, d. 8/30/2002 in Bologna, Italy at 34. Cadence, v. 28 no. 10, October 2002.
    Alfredo Impulliti, pianist. Cadence, v. 28 no. 11, November 2002.

  • Jackson, John, jazz guitarist/vocalist, d. 1/20/2002 in Fairfax, VA at 77. Cadence, v. 28 no. 3, March 2002.

  • Jacobsen, Pete (Peter Paul George), d. 4/29/2002 in London at 51; b. 5/16/1950 in Newcastle upon Tyne. Jazz Journal International, v. 55 no. 8, August 2002.
    jazz pianist. Cadence, v. 28 no. 9, September 2002.

  • Jam Master Jay, rap DJ, d. 10/30/2002 in Queens; b. Jason Mizell 1/21/1965 in Queens, NY. CNN.com, 10/31/2002 {http://www.cnn.com/2002/SHOWBIZ/Music/10/31/rapper.slain/index.html}.
    d. at 37. New York Times online, 10/31/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/aponline/arts/AP-Obit-Jam-Master-Jay.html}.
    b. Jason William Mizell. CBMR Digest, v. 16 no. 1, Spring 2003.

  • Jansen (né Topin), Jacques, French baritone, d. 3/13/2002 in Paris at 88; b. 11/22/1913 in Paris. Opera, v. 53 no. 6, June 2002; Opera News, v. 67 no. 1, July 2002; Musical Times, v. 143 no. 1879, Summer 2002.

  • Jarrett, Edmonia, jazz vocalist, d. 3/16/2002 in Seattle, WA at 69. seattletimes.com, 3/17/2002 {http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/obituaries/134421629_jarrettobit17m0.html}; Cadence, v. 28 no. 5, May 2002.

  • Jefferson, Mary, jazz vocalist, d. 8/3/2002 in the Washington, DC area at 75. Cadence, v. 28 no. 10, October 2002.

  • Jennings, Waylon, American country musician and occasional actor, d. 2/13/2002 in Arizona at 64; b. in Littlefield, Texas. AOL.com, 2/14/2002 {http://my.aol.com/news/news_story.psp?type=1&cat=0100&id=0202140656041340}; Boston Globe Online, 2/14/2002 {http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/045/obituaries/Waylon_Jennings_64+.shtml}; latimes.com, 2/14/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-000011471feb14.story?coll=la%2Dnews%2Dobituaries}.
    country singer-guitarist, d. in Chandler, AZ. washingtonpost.com, 2/14/2002 {http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/metro/obituaries/A7809-2002Feb13.html}.
    singer, songwriter, and guitarist; b. 1937. CNN.com, 2/14/2002 {http://www.cnn.com/2002/SHOWBIZ/Music/02/13/jennings.obit.ap/}; detnews.com, 2/14/2002 {http://detnews.com/2002/obituaries/0202/15/obituaries-415753.htm}; Rolling Stone, no. 892, 3/28/2002.
    b. 6/15/1937. New York Times online, 2/14/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/02/14/obituaries/14JENN.html?ex=1014354000&en=54e54ece13993188&ei=5040&partner=MOREOVER}.

  • Jensen, Helen, opera administrator, d. 12/28/2002 in Kenmore, WA; b. 6/30/1919 in Seattle, WA. Opera News, v. 67 no. 12, June 2003.

  • Jeon, Bong-Cho, Korean cellist, d. 2002? at 83. Strad, v. 113 no. 1349, September 2002.

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  • Jones, Robert J., American organist and professor of organ, d. 11/8/2002 in Willow Springs, IL. American Organist, v. 37 no. 2, February 2003.

  • Kahn, Edward A., folklorist and folk music collector, d. 3/24/2002 in Pinole, CA; b. 7/5/1938. Sing out! v. 46 no. 2, Summer 2002.

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  • Karp, Barbara, opera artistic director, pianist, stage and television director, screenwriter, and actress, d. 5/26/2002 in Glendale, CA; b. 3/23/1949 in Pittsburgh, PA. Opera News, v. 67 no. 4, October 2002.

  • Kaye, Buddy, songwriter and lyricist, d. 11/21/2002 in Rancho Mirage, CA at 84; b. Jules Leonard Kaye in New York City. latimes.com, 11/24/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-kaye24nov24,0,5617778.story}.
    b. 1918. New York Times Online, 11/23/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/11/23/obituaries/23KAY.html}.

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  • Keller, Kathleen G., organist and choir director, d. 4/10/2002 in Portland, OR at 53; b. in Portland. American Organist, v. 36 no. 8, August 2002.

  • Kelley, Kevin, folk-rock drummer and songwriter, d. 4/6/2002 at 59. Sing Out! v. 46 no. 4, Winter 2003.

  • Kelly, Dan/Daniel, Irish-American folk-pop musician, d. 8/5/2002 in Berlin at 72. AOL.com, 8/8/2002 {http://my.aol.com/news/news_story.psp?type=4&cat=0806&id=0208081314020017}.
    d. 8/5/2002 at 71. latimes.com, 8/9/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-passings08.2aug09.story}.

  • Kelone, Earl V., organist and choir director, d. 5/10/2002 in Little Rock, AR at 82; b. 11/18/1919 in Little Rock. American Organist, v. 36 no. 8, August 2002; Diapason, v. 93 no. 9, September 2002.

  • Kember, Gordon, British conductor, chorus master, and pianist, d. 6/21/2002 in Heidelberg at 69; b. 2/26/1933 in London. Opera, v. 53 no. 12, December 2002.

  • Kerckhove, Jon Robert, composer, singer, and instrumentalist, d. 11/11/2002 in St. Louis at 39; b. 12/9/1962 in La Crosse, WI. St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 11/13/2002.

  • Kessler, Minuetta, pianist, teacher, and composer, d. 11/30/2002 in Belmont, MA at 88; b. in Gomel, Russia. Boston Globe Online, 12/1/2002 {http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/335/obituaries/Minuetta_Kessler_pianist_and_teacher+.shtml}.
    b. 9/5/1914. IAWM Journal, v. 9 no. 1, 2003.

  • Kimball, Ward, jazz trombonist, d. 7/8/2002 in Arcadia, CA at 88. Cadence, v. 28 no. 8, August 2002.

  • Kind, Silvia, Swiss-American harpsichordist and teacher, d. 5/30/2002 in Port Angeles, WA at 94; b. 8/15/1907 in Chur, Switzerland. seattletimes.com, 6/2/2002 {http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/obituaries/134466333_kindobit02m.html}; Orchester, v. 50 no. 7-8, July-August 2002.
    d. in New York City. American Organist, v. 36 no. 9, September 2002.

  • King, "Little" Jimmy, jazz vocalist and guitarist, d. 7/21/2002 in Memphis, TN at 35. Cadence, v. 28 no. 9, September 2002.
    b. Manuel Gales in 1965. Sing Out! v. 46 no. 3, Fall 2002.

  • Kinyon, John, American composer and arranger, d. 2/26/2002 in Lake City, FL; b. 1918 in Elmira, NY. Instrumentalist, v. 56 no. 12, July 2002.

  • Kipnis, Igor, American historical keyboardist, d. 1/23/2002 in Connecticut at 71. Andante online, 1/24/2002 {http://www.andante.com/magazine/article.cfm?id=15778}.
    b. 9/27/1930. latimes.com, 1/26/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-000006500jan26.story?coll=la%2Dnews%2Dobituaries}; Gramophone, v. 79 no. 952, April 2002.
    b. in Berlin. Boston Globe online, 1/26/2002 {http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/026/obituaries/Igor_Kipnis_67+.shtml}.
    son of Wagnerian bass Alexander Kipnis, educator, writer, critic, d. 1/24/2002 in Redding, CT. GMN.com, 1/29/2002 {http://www.gmn.com/news/default.asp?ms=2&id=2941}.
    musical director, harpsichordist, pianist, and critic, d. 1/23/2002 in West Redding, CT. Consort, v. 58, Summer 2002.
    grandson (through his mother) of pianist/composer/pedagogue Heniot Lévy. Early Music, v. 30 no. 1, February 2002.
    d. 1/23/2002 in Redding, CT. American Musical Instrument Society Newsletter, v. 31 no. 3, Fall 2002.

  • Kittrell, Ed (Doc), jazz cornetist, d. 12/12/2002 in Michigan at 77. Cadence, v. 29 no. 3, March 2003.

  • Klein, Mary Elizabeth, supporter of the arts/music, d. 8/2002 at 91. CIM Notes, Oct./Dec. 2002.

  • Klipsch, Paul W., inventor, scientist, audio pioneer, d. early 5/2002 at 98. Sound & Vision,v. 67 no. 6, July/Aug. 2002.

  • Knef (Neff), Hildegard, German actress and singer, d. 2/1/2002 in Berlin at 76; b. in Ulm, Germany. washingtonpost.com, 2/3/2002 {http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/metro/obituaries/A14577-2002Feb2.html}; detnews.com, 2/2/2002 {http://detnews.com/2002/obituaries/0202/05/obituaries-406086.htm}; latimes.com, 2/2/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-000008262feb02.story?coll=la%2Dnews%2Dobituaries}.
    b. 12/28/1925. Boston Globe Online, 2/2/2002 {http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/033/obituaries/Hildegard_Knef_76+.shtml}; AOL.com, 2/4/2002 {http://my.aol.com/news/news_story.psp?type=4&cat=0807&id=0202042137010357}.

  • Knepler, Georg, musicologist, d. 2002? in Berlin at 96; b. in Vienna. Orchester, v. 51 no. 3, March 2003.
    d. 1/14/2003 at 96; b. 12/21/1906. Revista Musical Chilena, v. 58 no. 199, January/June 2003.

  • Kobart, Ruth, American mezzo, d. 12/14/2002 in San Francisco, CA; b. 4/24/1924 in Des Moines, IA. Opera News, v. 67 no. 9, March 2003.

  • Konya, Sandor, Hungarian-born tenor, d. 5/20/2002 in Ibiza at 78; b. 9/23/1923 in Sarkad, Hungary. AOL.com, 6/6/2002 {http://my.aol.com/news/news_story.psp?type=4&cat=0800&id=0206061124580176}; latimes.com, 6/7/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-000039985jun07.story}; Opera, v. 53 no. 9, September 2002.
    Sándor Kónya. Orchester, v. 50 no. 7-8, July-August 2002; Opera News, v. 67 no. 4, October 2002; Musical Times, v. 143 no. 1880, Autumn 2002.

  • Kowald, Peter, German jazz bassist, d. 9/21/2002 in Williamsburg, Brooklyn at 58. New York Times online, 9/24/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/09/24/obituaries/24KOWA.html}.
    d. in New York City. Cadence, v. 28 no. 11, November 2002; Jazz Magazine, no. 531, November 2002; Orchester, v. 50 no 12, Dec. 2002.

  • Kral, Roy, jazz pianist, vocalist, and arranger, d. 8/2/2002 in Montclair, NJ at 80; b. 10/10/1921 in Cicero, IL. New York Times online, 8/5/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/08/05/obituaries/05KRAL.html}; boston.com, 8/5/2002 {http://www.boston.com/dailynews/217/nation/MONTCLAIR_N_J_AP_Roy_Kral_of_J:.shtml}; latimes.com, 8/6/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-kral6aug06.story}; Cadence, v. 28 no. 9, September 2002; Down Beat, v. 69 no. 20, October 2002; Orchester, v. 50 no. 10, October 2002.
    b. in Chicago. Jazz Journal International, v. 55 no. 10, October 2002.

  • Kraus, Richard "Texas Dick", author and square dance caller, d. 3/28/2002 in Lower Gwynedd Township, PA at 78; b. 10/21/1923 in Manhattan. New York Times online, 4/19/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/04/19/obituaries/19KRAU.html}.

  • Krauss, Marvin, manager of Broadway shows, d. 10/22/2002 in Manhattan at 74; b. in the Bronx. New York Times online, 10/28/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/10/28/obituaries/28KRAU.html}.

  • Kunsman, Roman, jazz reeds, flute, and violin player, d. 11/4/2002 in Israel at 61. Cadence, v. 29 no. 9, September 2003.

  • Lago, Mário, Brazilian songwriter, actor, writer, and political activist, d. 5/??/2002 at 90. JB Online, 5/31/2002 {http://jbonline.terra.com.br/jb/papel/cidade/2002/05/30/jorcid20020530009.html}.
    Mario Lago, samba composer and poet, d. 5/30/2002 in Rio de Janeiro. latimes.com, 6/2/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-000038851jun02.story}.

  • Lake, Frederick A., organ voicer and tuner, d. 6/28/2002 in San Francisco, CA at 72. Diapason, v. 93 no. 9, September 2002; American Organist, v. 36 no. 11, Nov. 2002.

  • Lapham, G. Frank, music educator and AGO member, d. 3/11/2002 at 89; b. in Cherry Creek, NY. American Organist, v. 36 no. 8, August 2002.

  • Larkins, Ellis Lane, jazz pianist, d. 9/29/2002 in Baltimore, MD at 79; b. 5/15/1923 in Baltimore. New York Times online, 10/3/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/10/03/obituaries/03LARK.html}; latimes.com, 10/3/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-larkins3oct03,0,3512696.story}; Cadence, v. 28 no. 11, November 2002; Jazz Journal International, v. 55 no. 12, Dec. 2002.

  • László [Laszlo], Magda, Hungarian soprano, d. 8/2/2002 at Nepi (Viterbo) at around 90; b. 6/14/1912? in Marosvásárhely. Opera, v. 53 no. 12, December 2002.

  • Laurie, Cy, jazz clarinetist, d. 4/18/2002 in Stapelford Abbotts, Essex, England at 75. Cadence, v. 28 no. 6, June 2002.
    b. 4/20/1926. Jazz Journal International, v. 55 no. 6, June 2002.

  • Lavelle, Thomas F., jazz drummer, d. 11/12/2002 in Green Tree, PA at 77. Cadence, v. 29 no. 1, January 2003.

  • Layton, Teddy, jazz clarinetist, saxophonist, and pianist, d. 10/19/2002 in Gosport, Hampshire, England at 74. Cadence, v. 28 no. 12, December 2002.
    b. 4/4/1928. Jazz Journal International, v. 56 no. 1, January 2003.

  • Lebenbom, Elaine Carol, American composer, d. 11/17/2002 in Bloomfield Hills, MI at 79; b. in Detroit?. detnews.com, 11/18/2002 {http://www.detnews.com/2002/obituaries/0211/18/c02-13318.htm}.

  • Lee, Jon, Welsh rock drummer, d. 1/7/2002 in Miami, FL at 33. CNN.com, 1/9/2002 {http://www.cnn.com/2002/SHOWBIZ/Music/01/09/feeder.death/index.html}.

  • Lee, Peggy, American singer, composer, and actress, d. 1/22/2002 at 81; b. Norma Delores Egstrom 5/26/1920 in Jamestown, ND. Guardian Unlimited, 1/22/2002 {http://www.guardian.co.uk/obituaries/story/0,3604,637504,00.html}.
    d. 1/22/2002 in Bel Air, Los Angeles. BBC News online, 1/22/2002 {http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/entertainment/music/newsid_1774000/1774877.stm}.
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    d. 1/21/2002; b. Norma Deloris Egstrom. CNN.com, 1/22/2002 {http://www.cnn.com/2002/SHOWBIZ/Music/01/22/peggy.lee.obit/}.
    d. 1/21/2002; b. Norma Deloris Egstrom 5/27/1920. New York Times online, 1/22/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/01/22/obituaries/22CND-LEE.html?ex=1012453200&en=61776c8e78d4b88b&ei=5040&partner=MOREOVER}; washingtonpost.com, 1/23/2002 {http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/metro/obituaries/A22305-2002Jan22.html}; International Herald Tribune Online, 1/23/2002 {http://www.iht.com/articles/45658.html}.
    d. 1/21/2002; b. Norma Dolores Egstrom. latimes.com, 1/23/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-000005867jan23.story?coll=la%2Dnews%2Dobituaries}.
    b. Norma Engstrom. Guardian Unlimited, 1/23/2002 {http://www.guardian.co.uk/international/story/0,3604,637751,00.html}.

  • Lee, Ralph Edwin, band and music teacher, banjo player, d. 11/16/2002. St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 11/18/2002.

  • Lehnerer, Paul Francis, American organist and music director, d. 6/2/2002 in Altamonte Springs, FL at 50; b. in Calumet City, IL. Diapason, v. 93 no. 8, August 2002; American Organist, v. 36 no. 9, September 2002.

  • LeNoire, Rosetta, actress, artistic director, producer of musicals, d. 3/17/2002 in Teaneck, NJ at 90; b. in Hell's Kitchen (in New York City). AOL.com, 4/2/2002 {http://my.aol.com/news/news_story.psp?type=4&cat=0807&id=0204020149551740}.

  • Leonard, Queenie, British cabaret singer and actress, d. 1/17/2002 in West Los Angeles at 96; b. Pearl Walker in Manchester, England. latimes.com, 1/29/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-000007223jan29.story?coll=la%2Dnews%2Dobituaries}.

  • Lesur, Daniel Jean Yves, French composer and organist, d. 7/2/2002 in Paris at 93. Orchester, v. 50 no 12, Dec. 2002.
    Daniel-Lesur, also administrator, b. 11/19/1908 in Paris. Musical Times, v. 143 no. 1881, Winter 2002.

  • Levi, Vito, musicologist and composer, d. 11/2002. Rassegna Musicale Curci, v. 51 no. 2, May 2003.

  • Levy, Edward, composer and music professor, d. 4/2/2002 in Manhattan at 72; b. 1929 in Brooklyn. New York Times online, 4/6/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/04/06/obituaries/06LEVY.html}; Cadence, v. 28 no. 5, May 2002.

  • Lewis, Juno (Julian Bertrand), American drummer, composer, and instrument maker, d. 4/9/2002 in Inglewood, CA at 70; b. in New Orleans. latimes.com, 4/22/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-000028687apr22.story}.
    vocalist, d. 4/9/2002. Cadence, v. 28 no. 6, June 2002.

  • Lewis, Webster, pianist, arranger, conductor, and clarinetist, d. 11/20/2002 in Barryville, NY at 59. Boston Globe Online, 11/27/2002 {http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/331/obituaries/Webster_Lewis_at_59_pianist_was_champion_of_black_music+.shtml}.
    Webster Samuel Lewis, arranger and vocalist, d. in Berryville, NY. Cadence, v. 29 no. 1, January 2003.

  • Lindgren, Ben, jazz bassist, d. 3/29/2002 at 55. Cadence, v. 28 no. 5, May 2002.

  • Lindsey, Tom, jazz trumpeter, d. 10/28/2002 in Akron, OH at 86. Cadence, v. 29 no. 1, January 2003.

  • Linkels, Ad, folklorist and world music collector, d. 4/24/2002 at 52; b. 1950. Sing out! v. 46 no. 2, Summer 2002.

  • Litman, Leonard, jazz producer and promoter, d. 7/30/2002 in Pittsburg, PA [sic] at 88. Cadence, v. 28 no. 9, September 2002.

  • Littlewood, Joan, impresaria, d. 9/20/2002. Sing Out! v. 46 no. 4, Winter 2003.

  • Lobre, Alfred, jazz guitarist, d. 4/28/2002 in New Orleans, LA at 87. Cadence, v. 29 no. 5, May 2003.

  • Logan, Horace Lee, country dj, first to say "Elvis has left the building", d. 10/13/2002 in Victoria, TX at 86. AOL.com, 10/13/2002 {http://my.aol.com/news/news_story.psp?type=4&cat=0806&id=021013190427191810}; latimes.com, 10/16/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-logan16oct16,0,873916.story}; Rolling Stone, no. 909, 11/14/2002; CNN.com, 10/14/2002 {http://www.cnn.com/2002/SHOWBIZ/Music/10/14/ep.obit.logan.ap/index.html}.
    also producer. Sing Out! v. 46 no. 4, Winter 2003.

  • Lomax, Alan, folk music preserver & popularizer, d. 7/19/2002 at 87. seattletimes.com, 7/21/2002 {http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/artsentertainment/134497438_lomaxobit21.html}; Chamber Music, v. 19 no. 6, December 2002; Rolling Stone, no. 912/913, 12/26/2002 / 1/9/2003.
    musicologist and folklorist, d. 7/19/2002 in Safety Harbor, FL. latimes.com, 7/20/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-lomax20jul20.story}; Boston Globe Online, 7/20/2002 {http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/201/obituaries/Alan_Lomax_87_traced_roots_music+.shtml}; Down Beat, v. 69 no. 12, December 2002.
    musicologist, author, disc jockey, singer, photographer, talent scout, filmmaker, concert and recording producer, and television host, d. 7/19/2002 in Sarasota, FL; b. 1915 in Austin, TX. New York Times online, 7/20/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/07/20/obituaries/20LOMA.html}; Cadence, v. 28 no. 9, September 2002; SEM Newsletter, v. 37 no. 3, May 2003.
    b. 1/31/1915. Sing Out! v. 46 no. 3, Fall 2002.
    b. 1/15/1915. Jazz Journal International, v. 55 no. 22, Nov. 2002.

  • Longstreet, Stephen, artist, screenwriter, and author, whose works depicted the world of jazz, d. 2/20/2002 in Los Angeles at 94; b. 1907 in New York City. latimes.com, 2/22/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-000013559feb22.story?coll=la%2Dnews%2Dobituaries}; Cadence, v. 28 no. 4, April 2002.

  • Lopes, Lisa "Left Eye", American R&B singer, rapper, songwriter, d. 4/25/2002 in Honduras at 30; b. 5/1971 in Philadelphia. AOL.com, 4/26/2002 {http://my.aol.com/news/news_story.psp?type=4&cat=0806&id=0204261321210317}; New York Times online, 4/26/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/04/26/obituaries/24WIRE-LOPE.html}; washingtonpost.com, 4/27/2002 {http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/metro/obituaries/A57932-2002Apr27.html}; Detroit News online, 4/26/2002 {http://detnews.com/2002/obituaries/0204/29/obituaries-475994.htm}; latimes.com, 4/27/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-000029898apr27.story}; Spin, v. 18 no. 7, July 2002; Rolling Stone, no. 912/913, 12/26/2002 / 1/9/2003.

  • Lord Pretender, Trinidadan calypso singer, d. 1/22/2002 in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad; b. Aldric Farrell. Washington Post Online, 1/26/2002 {http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/metro/obituaries/A40795-2002Jan25.html}.
    d. at 84. CBMR Digest, v. 15 no. 1, Spring 2002.

  • Love, Robert K. (Bob), American organist, pianist, choirmaster, and minister of music, d. 9/21/2002 at 79. American Organist, v. 37 no. 2, February 2003.

  • Loy, Tommy, jazz trumpeter, d. 10/17/2002 in Plano, TX at 72. Cadence, v. 28 no. 12, December 2002.

  • Lubow, Raymond, inventor of Morley pedals and other sound-processing devices, d. 6/18/2002 in Los Angeles at 82. latimes.com, 7/3/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-lubow3jul03.story}.

  • Lunt, Reginald F., American organist and choirmaster, d. 3/31/2002 in Lancaster, PA at 85; b. 1/31/1917. American Organist, v. 36 no. 7, July 2002.

  • Lyles, Bertha Caroline, jazz vocalist, d. 1/18/2002 in Baltimore, MD at 86. Cadence, v. 28 no. 4, April 2002.

  • Lyman, Arthur, jazz vibraphonist, d. 2/24/2002 in Honolulu, HI at 76. Cadence, v. 28 no. 4, April 2002.

  • Lywen, Werner, violinist and music professor, d. 2002? in Los Angeles at 93; b. in Berlin. Strad, v. 114 no. 1353, January 2003.

  • MacMichael, Kevin, rock guitarist, d. 12/31/2002 in Halifax, Nova Scotia. ABCNEWS.com, 1/7/2003 {http://abcnews.go.com/wire/Entertainment/ap20030107_1170.html}.

  • Magiera, Kathy A., opera administrator, d. 12/14/2002 in Seattle at 54; b. in Omaha. latimes.com, 12/19/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-passings19.2dec19,0,2227247.story}.
    b. 11/8/1948. Opera News, v. 67 no. 9, March 2003; Strad, v. 114 no. 1355, March 2003.

  • Maher, Jack, jazz drummer, d. 9/15/2002 in Mahwah, NJ at 72. Cadence, v. 28 no. 11, November 2002.

  • Majkowski, George, guitar- and harpsichord maker, d. 8/5/2002; b. 1929 in Poland. American Lutherie, no 72, Winter 2002.

  • Mann, David, American composer and pianist, d. 3/1/2002 in Manhattan at 85; b. in Philadelphia. New York Times online, 3/19/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/03/19/obituaries/19MUNN.html}.

  • Mares, Rolf, German opera director, d. 2002? at 71. Orchester, v. 50 no. 7-8, July-August 2002.

  • Marmarosa, Michael "Dodo", jazz pianist, d. 9/24/2002 in Pittsburgh at 76; b. in Pittsburgh. latimes.com, 9/28/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-passings28.4sep28,0,4581972.story}.
    d. 9/17/2002; b. 12/12/1925. New York Times online, 9/27/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/09/27/obituaries/27MARM.html}; Cadence, v. 28 no. 11, November 2002.
    d. 9/17/2002 in Lincoln-Leminton, PA. Jazz Journal International, v. 55 no. 22, Nov. 2002.

  • Marrié, William, classical dancer, d. 11/16/2002 in New York City at 33; b. in Montreal. New York Times online, 11/18/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/11/18/obituaries/18MARR.html}.

  • Marsh, Robert C., classical music critic and author, d. 5/12/2002 in New Glarus, WI; b. 1924 in Columbus, OH. Opera News, v. 67 no. 2, August 2002.

  • Marshall, Wendell Lewis, American jazz bassist, d. 2/6/2002 in St. Louis at 81; b. in St. Louis. St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 2/10/2002; Cadence, v. 28 no. 4, April 2002; Jazz Journal International, v. 55 no. 4, April 2002.

  • Mattes, Willy, Austrian composer and conductor, d. 2002 in Salzburg at 86. Orchester, v. 50 no. 10, October 2002.

  • Matz, Peter, Emmy- and Grammy-winning musical director, composer, arranger, orchestrator and conductor for Broadway, Hollywood and television, d. 8/9/2002 in Los Angeles at 73; b. in Pittsburgh. latimes.com, 8/11/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-matz11aug11.story}; St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 8/14/2002.
    also pianist. Cadence, v. 28 no. 10, October 2002.

  • Maxwell, James Kendrick (Jimmy), big band trumpeter, d. 7/20/2002 in Great Neck, NY at 85; b. 1/9/1917 in Stockton, CA. New York Times online, 7/25/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/07/25/obituaries/25MAXW.html}; Cadence, v. 28 no. 9, September 2002; Jazz Journal International, v. 55 no. 10, October 2002; Chamber Music, v. 19 no. 6, December 2002; Orchester, v. 50 no. 10, October 2002.

  • Maye, Lee, doo-wop singer and professional baseball player, d. 7/17/2002 in Riverside, CA at 67. Boston Globe Online, 8/1/2002 {http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/213/obituaries/Lee_Maye_singer_and_ballplayer+.shtml}.
    b. in Tuscaloosa, AL. washingtonpost.com, 8/3/2002 {http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A38355-2002Aug2.html}; latimes.com, 8/2/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-passings2.1aug02.story}.

  • Maye, Robert Burton, organ voicer and tuner, d. 8/31/2002 in Fairlawn, OH at 78; b. 7/3/1924 in Westbrook, ME. American Organist, v. 36 no. 12, December 2002; Tracker, v. 47 no. 1, January 2003.

  • Maze, Glen L., American music director and music professor, d. 2002 at 74; b. 1928. Choral Journal, v. 43 no. 2, September 2002.

  • McCray, Malvin, jazz tenor saxophonist, d. 3/9/2002 in Highland Park, MI at 71. Cadence, v. 28 no. 6, June 2002.

  • McCroby, Ron, jazz "puccalist" (whistler), also reeds, d. around 8/10/2002 in Aurora, OH. Cadence, v. 28 no. 10, October 2002.

  • McCuen, Brad, record producer, d. 6/9/2002 in Knoxville, TN at 81. Cadence, v. 28 no. 8, August 2002.

  • McDonald, Alton, record production manager, friend of Tupac Shakur and witness to his death, d. 4/3/2002 in Lynwood, CA at 37. CBSNEWS.com, 4/5/2002 {http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2002/04/05/entertainment/main505446.shtml}.

  • McGee, Charles, jazz trumpeter, d. 9/7/2002 in New York City at 59. Cadence, v. 28 no. 12, December 2002.

  • McGlohon, Loonis Reeves, American pianist, accompanist, songwriter, d. 1/26/2002 in Charlotte, NC. washingtonpost.com, 1/30/2002 {http://washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/metro/obituaries/A58622-2002Jan29.html}; Cadence, v. 28 no. 3, March 2002.
    d. 1/26/2002 at 80; b. in Ayden, NC. latimes.com, 2/20/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-000013096feb20.story?coll=la%2Dnews%2Dobituaries}.

  • McGovern, Jim, journalist, bandleader, trumpeter, d. 6/27/2002 in Roseville, MN at 78; b. in St. Paul. startribune.com, 6/30/2002 {http://www.startribune.com/stories/466/3026936.html}.

  • McHale, Josiah A. "Jay", Jr., saxophonist, d. 10/18/2002 at 44. Sing Out! v. 46 no. 4, Winter 2003.

  • McLevy, John, jazz trumpeter, d. 11/27/2002; b. 1/2/1927 in Dundee, England. Jazz Journal International, v. 56 no. 6, June 2003; Cadence, v. 29 no. 8, August 2003.

  • McReynolds, Jim (James Monroe), bluegrass musician, d. 12/31/2002 in Gallatin, TN at 75; b. 2/13/1927 in Carfax, VA. New York Times online, 1/3/2003 {http://www.nytimes.com/2003/01/03/obituaries/03MCRE.html}.

  • Mehta, Mehli, conductor, founder of the Bombay Symphony, father of Zubin and Zarin Mehta, d. 10/19/2002 in Santa Monica, CA at 94; b. 1908 in Bombay. Boston Globe Online, 10/21/2002 {http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/294/obituaries/Mehli_Mehta_94_symphony_founder+.shtml}; New York Times online, 10/22/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/10/22/obituaries/22MEHT.html}.
    b. 9/25/1908. latimes.com, 10/20/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-mehta20oct20,0,4548521.story}; Gramophone, v. 80 no. 961, December 2002.
    also violinist. Orchester, v. 50 no 12, Dec. 2002.

  • Mendelson, Stanley "Hap", jazz pianist, d. 10/4/2002 in New Orleans, LA at 79. Cadence, v. 28 no. 11, November 2002.

  • Mendenhall, Patricia "Patty", jazz pianist and vocalist, d. 5/13/2002 in Hyannis, MA. Cadence, v. 28 no. 7, July 2002.

  • Miller, Evelyn P., d. 6/14/2002 in Benton, AR at 88; b. 1/6/1914 in The Bronx, NY. Diapason, v. 94 no. 9, September 2003.

  • Milner, Anthony, British composer, d. 10/22/2002 in Spain; b. 5/13/1925 in Bristol. Musical Times, v. 143 no. 1881, Winter 2002.

  • Mitchell, Billy, R&B singer, d. 11/5/2002 in Washington, DC at 71; b. William Joseph Mitchell in Washington. latimes.com, 11/8/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-mitchell8nov08,0,3478249.story}; washingtonpost.com, 11/7/2002 {http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A20561-2002Nov6.html}; Cadence, v. 28 no. 12, December 2002.
    doo-wop singer, b. William Joseph Mitchell Jr. 1931. New York Times Online, 11/14/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/11/14/obituaries/14MITC.html}.

  • Mohr, Richard, record producer and producer of the Met's intermission programs, d. 11/23/2002 in West Milford, NJ at 83. New York Times online, 1/9/2003 {http://www.nytimes.com/2003/01/09/obituaries/09MOHR.html}; latimes.com, 1/11/2003 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-mohr11jan11,0,3061852.story}.
    b. 6/13/1919 in Springfield, OH. Opera News, v. 67 no. 10, April 2003.

  • Monk, Nellie, "creative influence" (widow of Thelonious Monk), d. 6/25/2002 in New York City at 80. Cadence, v. 28 no. 8, August 2002.

  • Montańez, Polo, Cuban folk singer, d. 11/26/2002 in Havana at 47. New York Times online, 11/28/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/11/28/obituaries/28MONT.html}.

  • Montgomery, Marion, jazz vocalist, d. 7/22/2002 in London at 67. Cadence, v. 28 no. 9, September 2002.
    d. in Bray, Berkshire; b. Maude Runnels 11/17/1934 in Natchez, MI. Jazz Journal International, v. 55 no. 9, September 2002.

  • Montgomery, Paul, jazz pianist, d. 12/24/2002 in Raleigh, NC at 78. Cadence, v. 29 no. 2, February 2003.

  • Montsalvatge, Xavier, Spanish composer and music critic, d. 5/7/2002 in Barcelona at 90; b. 3/11/1912 in Gerona, Spain. New York Times online, 5/17/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/05/17/obituaries/17MONT.html}; American Organist, v. 36 no. 8, August 2002; Gramophone, v. 80 no. 956, August 2002; Opera News, v. 67 no. 2, August 2002; Opera, v. 53 no. 9, September 2002.

  • Moody, Emma, gospel singer, d. 12/5/2002 in Detroit at 86; b. in Spartanburg, SC. detnews.com, 12/11/2002 {http://www.detnews.com/2002/obituaries/0212/11/e02-32789.htm}.

  • Moore, Bill, VdGSA member, journalist, d. 2002 in Ashville, NC? at 79?. VdGSA News, v. 39 no. 4, December 2002.

  • Moore, Dudley, British comedian, actor, jazz pianist, and composer, d. 3/27/2002 in Plainview, NJ at 66; b. in Dagenham, east of London. AOL.com, 3/27/2002 {http://my.aol.com/news/news_story.psp?type=4&cat=0800&id=0203271527002358}; ABCNEWS.com, 3/28/2002 {http://abcnews.go.com/sections/entertainment/DailyNews/moore020327.html}; CBSNEWS.com, 3/27/2002 {http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2002/03/27/entertainment/main504782.shtml}; detnews.com, 3/27/2002 {http://detnews.com/2002/obituaries/0203/28/-450922.htm}.
    b. 1935. CNN.com, 3/27/2002 {http://www.cnn.com/2002/SHOWBIZ/Movies/03/27/death.dudley/index.html}.
    b. 4/19/1935. New York Times online, 3/27/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/03/27/obituaries/27CND-MOORE.html}.
    d. in Plainfield, NJ. Cadence, v. 28 no. 5, May 2002.

  • Moorman, Dennis, jazz pianist, d. 12/15/2002 in New York City, NY at around 61. Cadence, v. 29 no. 2, February 2003.

  • Morris, Paul, violinist, also conductor, pianist, and arranger, d. 8/22/2002; b. in America. Orchester, v. 50 no. 11, November 2002.

  • Morris, Wilber, jazz bassist, d. 8/8/2002 in New York City at 64. Cadence, v. 28 no. 9, September 2002.

  • Most, Abe, swing clarinetist, d. 10/10/2002 in Los Angeles at 82; b. in New York City. Boston Globe Online, 10/21/2002 {http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/294/obituaries/Abe_Most_at_82_was_clarinet_player+.shtml}; Cadence, v. 28 no. 12, December 2002.
    b. 1920. Jazz Journal International, v. 56 no. 1, January 2003.

  • Mote, Steve, folk musician and teacher, d. 7/18/2002 in St. Louis, MO at 54. Sing Out! v. 46 no. 3, Fall 2002.

  • Narumi, Makiko, Japanese(-American?) mezzo, d. 4/30/2002; b. 1/14/1969 in Amori-Shi, Japan. Opera News, v. 67 no. 1, July 2002.

  • Naylor, Wesley, composer, d. 8/25/2002 in Brooklyn at 44; b. in Hattiesburg, MS. New York Times online, 8/13/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/09/13/obituaries/13NAYL.html}; Boston Globe Online, 9/15/2002 {http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/258/obituaries/Wesley_Naylor_44+.shtml}; latimes.com, 9/14/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-passing14.2sep14.story}.

  • Neeld, Dick, writer on jazz, d. 11/9/2002 in Martha's Vineyard, MA at about 80. Cadence, v. 29 no. 2, February 2003.

  • Nelsova, Zara, cellist, d. 10/10/2002 in Manhattan at 84; b. 12/24/1917 in Winnipeg, Canada. New York Times online, 10/18/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/10/18/obituaries/18NELS.html}; Strad, v. 114 no. 1353, January 2003.
    b. 12/23/1918. Gramophone, v. 80 no. 961, December 2002.

  • Nemeth, Carl, opera director, d. 12/2002. Opernwelt, v. 44 no 2, February 2003.

  • Neves, José Maria, Brazilian musicologist, teacher, and conductor, d. 11/27/2002; b. 8/20/1943. Revista de Música Latinoamericana, v. 24 no. 1, Spring/Summer 2003; Revista Musical Chilena, v. 58 no. 199, January/June 2003.

  • Newbury, Mickey, country songwriter and singer, d. 9/29/2002 in Springfield, OR at 62. latimes.com, 10/1/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-newbury1oct01,0,2389402.story}; Boston Globe Online, 10/1/2002 {http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/274/obituaries/M_Newbury_prolific_writer_of_country_songs+.shtml}; New York Times online, 10/5/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/10/05/obituaries/05NEWB.html}.
    b. 1940. Sing Out! v. 46 no. 4, Winter 2003.

  • Newell, Richard, a.k.a. King Biscuit Boy, harmonica player, d. 2002? in Hamilton, Ontario at 58. Cadence, v. 29 no. 2, February 2003.

  • Nies-Berger, Edouard, Euro-American organist, protege of Albert Schweitzer, d. 1/17/2002 in Richmond, VA at 98; b. in Strasbourg, Alsace. dailypress.com, 1/20/2002 {http://www.dailypress.com/news/local/virginia/dp-va--obit-nies-berger0120jan20.story?coll=dp-headlines-virginia}; legacy.com, 1/24/2002 {http://www.legacy.com/LegacySubPage1.asp?Page=APStory&Id=2668}.

  • Nikolaidi, Elena, contralto, d. 11/14/2002 in Santa FE, NM; b. 6/29/1906 in Izmir, Turkey. Opera News, v. 67 no 8, February 2003.

  • Noehren, Robert, American organist, teacher, scholar, and organbuilder, d. 8/4/2002 in San Diego, CA at 91; b. 12/16/1910 in Buffalo, NY. Diapason, v. 93 no. 9, September 2002; American Organist, v. 36 no. 11, Nov. 2002; Tracker, v. 47 no. 1, January 2003.

  • Noga, Helen, jazz club owner, d. 4/8/2002 in Los Angeles, CA at 88. Cadence, v. 28 no. 7, July 2002.

  • Norregaard, Svend-Eric, jazz drummer, d. 12/23/2002 at about 60. Cadence, v. 29 no. 2, February 2003.

  • Norris, John, jazz trumpeter, d. 6/21/2002 in Honolulu, HI at 85. Cadence, v. 28 no. 10, October 2002.

  • Noseworthy, Dan, jazz guitarist, d. around 6/5/2002 in Quebec, Canada at 38. Cadence, v. 28 no. 7, July 2002.

  • Noto, Lore, musical theatre producer, d. 7/8/2002 in New York at 79. washingtonpost.com, 7/11/2002 {http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A52746-2002Jul10.html}.

  • Okabe, Sue, Japanese-American vocalist and music teacher, d. 11/28/2002 in Gardena, CA at 74; b. in Seattle. latimes.com, 12/8/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-okabe8dec08,0,6989438.story}.

  • Oliver, Michael, music critic, writer, and broadcaster, d. 12/1/2002 in London; b. 7/20/1937 in Hammersmith, West London. Gramophone, v. 80 n. 963, February 2003.

  • Ordower, Sid, television host (gospel show "Jubilee Showcase"), d. 1/4/2002 in Chicago at 82. CBMR Digest, v. 15 no. 1, Spring 2002.

  • Ornstein, Leo, Russian-American composer and pianist, d. 2/24/2002 in Green Bay, WI at 108 or 109; b. 12/1892 or 12/1893 in Russia. Music & Vision, 2/25/2002 {http://www.mvdaily.com/news/?a}; New York Times online, 3/5/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/03/05/obituaries/05ORNS.html}; Orchester, v. 50 no. 5, May 2002; Chamber Music, v. 19 no. 4, August 2002.
    d. at 109; b. 1892. latimes.com, 3/7/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-000017001mar07.story?coll=la%2Dnews%2Dobituaries}; Neue Zeitschrift für Musik, v. 163 no. 3, May-June 2002.
    b. 12/2/1892 or 1893 in Kremenchug. Musical Times, v. 143 no. 1879, Summer 2002.

  • Ottobrino, Carl, jazz violinist, d. 5/10/2002 in Portland, OR at 82. Cadence, v. 28 no. 7, July 2002.

  • Ottolini, Luigi, Italian tenor, d. 3/16/2002 in Suardi, Italy, at 76; b. 8/23/1925 in Milan. Opera, v. 53 no. 7, July 2002.

  • Ouzer, Louis, photographer of musicians, d. 2/14/2002; b. 1913 in Rochester. Instrumentalist, v. 56 no. 9, April 2002.

  • Overath, Johannes, Monsignor, d. 5/24/2002; b. 4/15/1913. Sacred Music, v. 129 no. 2, Summer 2002.

  • Paiste, Toomas, percussion instrument manufacturer, d. 8/9/2002 in Spain; b. 1939 in Tallinn, Estonia. Instrumentalist, v. 57 no. 3, October 2002.

  • Palmeri [Palmieri], Remo, jazz guitarist, d. 2/2/2002 at 79. Cadence, v. 28 no. 3, March 2002.

  • Pamela, Lucia, eccentric/delusional composer and musician, d. 7/28/2002 in Los Angeles at 98; b. in St. Louis. New York Times online, 8/18/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/08/18/obituaries/18PAME.html}.
    d. 7/25/2002. St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 8/24/2002.

  • Parham, Charles Valdez "Truck", American jazz bassist, d. 6/5/2002 in Chicago at 91. washingtonpost.com, 6/12/2002 {http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/metro/obituaries/A34980-2002Jun11.html}; Cadence, v. 28 no. 8, August 2002; Jazz Journal International, v. 55 no. 8, August 2002.

  • Park, Ray, bluegrass and country fiddler, d. 5/15/2002 at 70. Sing Out! v. 46 no. 3, Fall 2002.

  • Parker, Ray, jazz pianist and clarinetist, d. 2/14/2002 in Pensacola, FL at 77. Cadence, v. 28 no. 5, May 2002.

  • Patton, John, soul-jazz organ player, d. 3/19/2002 in Montclair, NJ at 66; b. in Kansas City, MO. New York Times online, 3/25/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/03/25/obituaries/25PATT.html}; Boston Globe Online, 3/27/2002 {http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/086/obituaries/John_Patton_66_blues_jazz_organist+.shtml}; Cadence, v. 28 no. 5, May 2002.
    Big John Patton. Rolling Stone, no. 912/913, 12/26/2002 / 1/9/2003.

  • Paunova, Mariana, contralto and pianist, d. 7/27/2002 in Port Jefferson, NY; b. 6/13/1949 in Kapinovo, Bulgaria. Opera News, v. 67 no 8, February 2003.

  • Pawson, Dan, jazz trumpeter, d. ca. 12/1/2002 in Birmingham, England at 66. Cadence, v. 29 no. 2, February 2003.

  • Pecoraro, Margaret, American organist and piano teacher, d. 11/24/2002 at 71; b. Margareta Anna Deegen in Mainz, Germany. American Organist, v. 37 no. 5, May 2003.

  • Pellegrini, Rina, Italian soprano, d. 2/15/2002 in Trieste at 83; b. 1918 in Trieste. Opera, v. 53 no. 6, June 2002.

  • Perlemuter, Vlado, concert pianist, d. 9/4/2002 in Paris at 98; b. 1904 in Kaunas, now in Lithuania. AOL.com, 9/6/2002 {http://my.aol.com/news/news_story.psp?type=4&cat=0806&id=02090610244012479}; latimes.com, 9/7/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-vlado7sep07.story}; American Record Guide, v. 65 no.6, November/December 2002; Orchester, v. 50 no. 11, November 2002.
    b. 5/26/1904 in Kowno, Poland, now Kaunas, Lithuania. Gramophone, v. 80 no. 960, November 2002.

  • Perry, Evelyn "Daisy", string band bassist, d. 2/10/2002 at 82. Sing out! v. 46 no. 2, Summer 2002.

  • Perry, Frances, jazz saxophonist, d. 3/27/2002 in Alexandria, VA at 76. Cadence, v. 28 no. 5, May 2002.

  • Peterson, Bobby, jazz pianist, d. 7/8/2002 in St. Louis Park, MN at 52. startribune.com, 7/10/2002 {http://www.startribune.com/stories/466/3048829.html}.

  • Peterson, Katherine, jazz vocalist, d. 4/14/2002 in Madison, Heights, MI at 84. Cadence, v. 28 no. 6, June 2002.

  • Petty, David, British jazz reedman, d. 3/31/2002; b. 5/22/1938. Jazz Journal International, v. 55 no. 6, June 2002.
    saxophonist, d. 3/31/2002 in Chelmsford, England at 64. Cadence, v. 28 no. 8, August 2002.

  • Pike, Don, jazz trumpeter and arranger, d. 10/31/2002 in Pinehurst, NC at 88. Cadence, v. 28 no. 12, December 2002.

  • Pine, Bob, singer, choir director, vocal coach, "piano man", d. 7/23/2002 in St. Paul, MN at 60. startribune.com, 7/26/2002 {http://www.startribune.com/stories/466/3119690.html}.

  • Pinkerton, Lloyd M., promoter of church music, d. 12/3/2002 in Fort Wayne, IN at 81. American Organist, v. 37 no. 4, April 2003.

  • Pinson, Malcolm, jazz drummer, d. 3/8/2002 at 60. Cadence, v. 28 no. 4, April 2002.

  • Pistorius, François [Francois], South African luthier, d. 6/23/2002; b. 11/10 1969 in Pretoria, South Africa. American Lutherie, no. 73, Spring 2003.

  • Pitt, Mack, American saxophonist, d. 3/4/2002 in Southfield, MI at 81. detnews.com, 3/8/2002 {http://detnews.com/2002/obituaries/0203/08/c02-435495.htm}.

  • Plummer, Ruth, American organist, d. 3/6/2002 in Los Angeles, CA; b. 12/22/1922 in Santa Ana, CA. Diapason, v. 93 no. 6, June 2002.

  • Ponce de Leon, Griselda, d. 2002 in Rome; b. 1934 in Buenos Aires. Fronimo, v. 30 no. 120, Oct. 2002.

  • Powers, Frank, jazz clarinetist and saxophonist, d. 4/25/2002 in Cinncinnati [sic], OH at 70. Cadence, v. 28 no. 6, June 2002.
    jazz reeds player, d. in Cincinnati, OH. Cadence, v. 28 no. 7, July 2002.

  • Powers, George E., American organist and composer, d. 3/22/2002 in New York City at 85; b. in Kokomo, IN. American Organist, v. 36 no. 10, Oct. 2002.

  • Preininger, John, jazz drummer, d. 9/27/2002 in Austria at 55. Cadence, v. 28 no. 11, November 2002.

  • Pressing, Jeff, music and psychology professor, composer, d. 4/28/2002. University of Melbourne Staff News Online, 5/3/2002 {http://www.unimelb.edu.au/news/staffnews/2002/020503.html}.
    b. 11/30/1946. Personal email from Julie Schnepel, 4/18/2003.

  • Prina, Giampiero, jazz drummer, d. 8/12/2002 in Milan, Italy at 45. Cadence, v. 28 no. 11, November 2002.

  • Radford, Jeffrey Paul, American choral director, d. 8/12/2002 in Blue Island, IL at 48; b. in Chicago. Diapason, v. 93 no. 11, Nov. 2002.

  • Ramone, Dee Dee, founding member, bassist, and songwriter for the Ramones, d. 6/5/2002 in Hollywood at 50; b. Douglas Glenn Colvin. AOL.com, 6/6/2002 {http://my.aol.com/news/news_story.psp?type=4&cat=0806&id=0206061544100539}.
    b. in Fort Lee, VA. New York Times online, 6/7/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/06/07/obituaries/07RAMO.html}.
    d. at 50. latimes.com, 6/7/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-000039990jun07.story}; Boston Globe Online, 6/7/2002 {http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/158/obituaries/Dee_Dee_Ramone_49_bassist_in_trailblazing_punk_rock_band+.shtml}; washingtonpost.com, 6/7/2002 {http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/metro/obituaries/A9297-2002Jun6.html}.
    d. at 49; b. 9/18/1952. Rolling Stone, no. 901, 7/25/2002.

  • Ray, Dave, folk-blues singer and guitarist, d. 11/28/2002 in Minneapolis, MN at 59. latimes.com, 12/1/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-ray1dec01,0,7873530.story}.
    Dave "Snaker" Ray. Boston Globe Online, 11/30/2002 {http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/334/obituaries/Dave_Snaker_Ray_59+.shtml}; Cadence, v. 29 no. 1, January 2003.

  • Reed, Ola Belle, country singer and songwriter, d. 8/16/2002; b. 1916. Sing Out! v. 46 no. 4, Winter 2003.

  • Regney, Noel, American songwriter, d. 11/23/2002 in Brewster, NY at 80; b. in Strasbourg, France. New York Times online, 12/1/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/12/01/obituaries/01REGN.html}.
    d. in Danbury, CT; b. Noel Schlinger 1920. latimes.com, 11/30/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-regney30nov30,0,3133238.story}.

  • Renaud, Henri, jazz pianist and composer, d. 10/16/2002 in France at 77. Cadence, v. 28 no. 12, December 2002.
    d. 10/17/2002 in Paris; b. 4/20/1925 at Villedieu-sur-Indre. Jazz Journal International, v. 55 no. 12, Dec. 2002.

  • Rexite, Seymour, singer and actor, d. 10/14/2002 in Greenwich Village, NY at 91; b. Seymour Rechtzeit 1920 in Poland. New York Times online, 10/16/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/10/16/obituaries/16REXI.html}; Sing Out! v. 46 no. 4, Winter 2003.

  • Riccio, Mancello, jazz clarinetist, d. 7/2002 in Rome, Italy at 75. Cadence, v. 28 no. 11, November 2002.

  • Richter, Ernst Theo, director, impresario, and singer, d. 8/22/2002 at 53. Orchester, v. 50 no. 10, October 2002.

  • Riley, Adolphus Snooks, jazz trombonist, d. 5/3/2002 in Washington, DC at 77. Cadence, v. 28 no. 7, July 2002.

  • Ring, Virginia N., organist and music director, d. 4/25/2002 in Longmeadow, MA at 77; b. in Springfield, MA. American Organist, v. 36 no. 8, August 2002.

  • Ringer, Alexander L., American musicologist, d. 5/3/2002 in Lansing, MI at 81. Bruno Nettl on AMS-L, 5/8/2002; Orchester, v. 50 no. 7-8, July-August 2002; AMS Newsletter, v. 32 no. 2, August 2002; Musikforschung, v. 55 no. 3, July-Sept.2002.

  • Rivers, Larry, jazz saxophonist, d. 8/4/2002 in Long Island, NY at 78. Cadence, v. 28 no. 10, October 2002.

  • Roberts, Gil, banjoist and clarinetist, d. 10/6/2002 in Hadley, MA at 106. Cadence, v. 29 no. 1, January 2003.

  • Robinson, Edna Mae, jazz dancer, d. 5/2/2002 in New York City at 86. Cadence, v. 28 no. 6, June 2002.

  • Robinson, Jimmie, jazz guitarist and vocalist, d. 7/6/2002 in Chicago, IL at 71. Cadence, v. 28 no. 9, September 2002.
    Jimmie "Lonely Traveler" Lee Robinson; b. 1931 in Chicago. Sing Out! v. 46 no. 3, Fall 2002.

  • Robinson, Rudy, blues/pop/jazz keyboardist, arranger, and producer, d. 2/18/2002 in Detroit at 61. detnews.com, 2/21/2002 {http://detnews.com/2002/obituaries/0202/24/d02-422941.htm}; Cadence, v. 28 no. 4, April 2002.

  • Rockey, Lee, jazz drummer and violinist, d. 12/15/2002 in Portland, OR at 76. Cadence, v. 29 no. 2, February 2003.

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  • Rollin, Monique, French musicologist, d. 7/12/2002; b. 2/20/1927 in Paris. Revue de Musicologie, v. 88 no. 2, 2002.

  • Roscher, Wolfgang, d. 2/19/2002. Musikforschung, v. 55 no. 2, 2002.

  • Rose, Tim, British folk-rocker, d. 9/24/2002 in London at 62. AOL.com, 9/29/2002 {http://my.aol.com/news/news_story.psp?type=4&cat=0806&id=020929081702122087}; Sing Out! v. 46 no. 4, Winter 2003.

  • Rose, Tony, British folk singer, d. 6/6/2002. Sing Out! v. 46 no. 3, Fall 2002.

  • Rotermund, Melvin E., music minister, organist, and composer, d. 10/18/2002 in Aurora, IL. Diapason, v. 94 no. 1, January 2003.
    d. in North Aurora, IL. American Organist, v. 37 no. 2, February 2003.

  • Rouse, Pete, British jazz club manager, d. 8/27/2002 at 68. Jazz Journal International, v. 55 no. 22, Nov. 2002.

  • Russell, Teresa, radio music librarian, talent coordinator, and producer, d. 9/12/2002 in Laguna Beach, CA at 81; b. in Manchuria. latimes.com, 10/7/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-passings7.2oct07,0,1658156.story}.

  • Rybar, Peter, violinist, d. 10/4/2002 in Caslano, Switzerland; b. 1913. Personal email from Andrew Benson (friend/correspondent), 10/13/2002.
    Swiss-Czech violinist, d. 10/2002 at 89. Strad, v. 113 no. 1352, December 2002.
    b. 8/29/1913 in Vienna. Gramophone, v. 80 no. 961, December 2002.

  • Saba, Wadad, Palestinian-American music professor and opera administrator, d. 2/20/2002 in Seattle, WA; b. 1933 in Jerusalem. National Opera Association Notes, v. 25 no. 2, March/April 2002.

  • Sala, Oskar, German composer and physicist, inventor of the trautonium, d. at the end of 2/2002. National Public Radio's All Things Considered, 3/1/2002 {http://search.npr.org/cf/cmn/cmnpd01fm.cfm?PrgDate=3%2F1%2F2002&PrgID=2}.
    d. 2/20/2002 at 91. Orchester, v. 50 no. 5, May 2002; Neue Zeitschrift für Musik, v. 163 no. 3, May-June 2002.

  • Sanders, Stu, jazz trombonist, d. 3/23/2002 in Livonia, MI at 82. Cadence, v. 28 no. 6, June 2002.

  • Sarjeant, William (Bill) Anthony Swithin, folk music collector, broadcaster, and performer, d. 7/8/2002 at 65. Sing Out! v. 46 no. 4, Winter 2003.

  • Schmidt, Orlando, American music professor and organist, d. 2/14/2002 in Kansas City, MO at 77; b. 6/6/1924 in Hutchinson, KS. American Organist, v. 36 no. 7, July 2002.

  • Schneiderhan, Wolfgang, violinist and teacher, d. 5/18/2002 in Vienna at 86. Boston Globe Online, 5/22/2002 {http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/142/obituaries/W_Schneiderhan_renowned_violinist+.shtml}; Orchester, v. 50 no. 7-8, July-August 2002.
    b. 1915. Österreichische Musikzeitschrift, v. 57 no. 6, 2002.
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  • Schönstedt [Schoenstedt], Arno, German organist and educator, d. 12/3/2002; b. 1913 in Sondershausen/Thüringen, Germany. Musik und Kirche, v. 73 no. 2, March/April 2003.

  • Schulman, Alan, d. 2002. Chamber Music, v. 19 no. 6, December 2002.

  • Schultze, Norbert, German composer, d. 10/14/2002 in Bad Toelz [Bad Tölz], Bavaria, at 91; b. 1/26/1911 in Braunschweig [Brunswick], Germany. latimes.com, 10/23/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-schultze23oct23,0,4300315.story}; New York Times online, 10/22/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/10/22/obituaries/22SCHU.html}; Orchester, v. 50 no 12, Dec. 2002.

  • Schwarz, Herbert, Czech-British guitarmaker, d. 10/5/2002; b. 3/26/1927 in Brambach. Classical Guitar, v. 20 no. 8, April 2002.

  • Scionti, Isabel Laughlin, American pianist and teacher, d. 6/26/2002 in Denton, TX; b. 2/16/1912 in Premont, TX. Piano Guild Notes, v. 52 no. 2, Fall 2002.

  • Scott, Kermit, jazz saxophonist, d. 2/2/2002 in Houston, TX at 87. Cadence, v. 28 no. 5, May 2002.

  • Scott, Marianna, American organist and piano teacher, d. 3/22/2002 in Eau Claire, WI at 67; b. in Waukegan, IL. American Organist, v. 36 no. 10, Oct. 2002.

  • Scott, Shirley, jazz organist, d. 3/10/2002 in Philadelphia, PA at 67; b. in Philadelphia. Philadelphia Inquirer, 3/12/2002 {http://www.philly.com/mld/philly/news/obituaries/2841998.htm}; latimes.com, 3/14/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-000018790mar14.story}.
    d. at 66. Cadence, v. 28 no. 4, April 2002.
    b. 3/14/1934. Jazz Journal International, v. 55 no. 5, May 2002.

  • Selch, Frederick R., collector of antique American musical instruments, d. 8/22/2002 in Manhattan at 72; b. in South Royalton, VT. New York Times online, 8/29/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/08/29/obituaries/29SELC.html}; American Musical Instrument Society Newsletter, v. 31 no. 3, Fall 2002.
    Frederick (Eric) R. Selch, also musicologist. American Musical Instrument Society Newsletter, v. 32 no. 2, Summer 2003.

  • Senofsky, Berl, American violinist and teacher, d. 6/21/2002 in Baltimore at 77; b. in Philadelphia. latimes.com, 6/29/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-senofsky29jun29.story}; Strad, v. 113 no. 1349, September 2002; Chamber Music, v. 19 no. 6, December 2002.

  • Serra, Antonio Francisco, Spanish classical guitarist and composer, d. 1/6/2002 at 81; b. 4/22/1921. Classical Guitar, v. 20 no. 8, April 2002.

  • Shader, Aline B., composer of children's songs, d. 8/10/2002 in Cambridge, MA at 66; b. Aline Brown in Cleveland. Boston Globe Online, 8/12/2002 {http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/224/obituaries/Aline_B_Shader_66_composer_of_children_s_songs_consultant+.shtml}.

  • Shanley, Brian, jazz clarinetist, d. 5/28/2002 in Lodi, CA at 70. Cadence, v. 28 no. 8, August 2002.

  • Shapey, Ralph, American composer, d. 6/13/2002 at 81; b. 3/12/1921 in Philadelphia. University of Chicago press release, 6/13/2002 {http://www-news.uchicago.edu/releases/02/020613.shapey.shtml}; Chamber Music, v. 19 no. 6, December 2002.
    d. 6/13/2002 in Chicago. Boston Globe Online, 6/18/2002 {http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/169/obituaries/Ralph_Shapey_81_avant_garde_composer_subhead_+.shtml}; Musical Times, v. 143 no. 1880, Autumn 2002.

  • Sharbutt, Del, radio announcer and emcee, musician, songwriter, d. 4/26/2002 in New York at 90. latimes.com, 5/1/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-000030950may01.story}.

  • Shaw, Arvell, jazz bassist, d. 12/5/2002 in Roosevelt, NY at 79. New York Times online, 12/10/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/12/10/obituaries/10SHAW.html}; Down Beat, v. 70 no. 6, June 2003.
    d. in Manhattan. Boston Globe Online, 12/11/2002 {http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/345/obituaries/Arvell_Shaw_79_Armstrong_bassist+.shtml}.
    d. 12/6/2002 in New York; b. 9/15/1923 in St. Louis, MO. Independent.co.uk, 12/11/2002 {http://news.independent.co.uk/people/obituaries/story.jsp?story=360544}; Strad, v. 114 no. 1355, March 2003.
    Arvel Shaw, d. 12/6/2002 in New York City, NY. Cadence, v. 29 no. 1, January 2003.
    d. in Roosevelt, Long Island; b. Arvell James Shaw. Jazz Journal International, v. 56 no. 2, February 2003.

  • Sherman, Elizabeth Birkshire Brothers, American organist, d. 7/21/2002 at 92. Diapason, v. 93 no. 10, October 2002.
    d. at 91. American Organist, v. 36 no. 11, Nov. 2002.

  • Shulman, Alan, composer and cellist, d. 7/10/2002 in Hudson, NY at 86; b. 6/4/1915 in Baltimore, MD. New York Times online, 7/13/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/07/13/obituaries/13SHUL.html}; Cadence, v. 28 no. 9, September 2002; Musical Times, v. 143 no. 1880, Autumn 2002.
    d. at 87. Strad, v. 113 no. 1349, September 2002.

  • Sidney, George, director of movie musicals, d. 5/5/2002 in Las Vegas at 85; b. in Long Island City, NY. Boston Globe Online, 5/6/2002 {http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/126/obituaries/George_Sidney_85_directed_Show_Boat_Kiss_Me_Kate_+.shtml}; washingtonpost.com, 5/7/2002 {http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/metro/obituaries/A43078-2002May6.html}.
    d. at 86. latimes.com, 5/7/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-000032416may07.story}.

  • Siewer, Ruth, alto, d. 7/2002 in Königsfeld at 89. Opernwelt, v. 43 no. 9/10, September/October 2002.

  • Simon, Richard, violinist, d. 2/2002. Strad, v. 113 no. 1349, September 2002.

  • Sinatra, Norman Edward, jazz flutist, d. 4/3/2002 in Washington, DC at 66. Cadence, v. 28 no. 5, May 2002.

  • Sinclair, Monica, British mezzo, d. 5/7/2002; b. 3/23/1925. Gramophone, v. 80 no. 956, August 2002; Musical Times, v. 143 no. 1879, Summer 2002.
    d. in London; b. in Evercreech, Somerset, England. Opera News, v. 67 no. 2, August 2002.
    d. at 77. Opera, v. 53 no. 9, September 2002.

  • Sion, Claudio, jazz drummer, d. 4/23/2002 in Denver, CO at 58. Cadence, v. 28 no. 6, June 2002.

  • Skinner, Carroll (Skurzynski), jazz pianist, d. 12/16/2002 in Towson, MD at 68. Cadence, v. 29 no. 2, February 2003.

  • Skones, Maurice, choral director, d. 5/2/2002 in Tucson, AZ; b. 7/24/1926 in Harve, MT. Choral Journal, v. 43 no. 1, August 2002.

  • Slavenska, Mia, ballerina, d. 10/5/2002 in Los Angeles, CA; b. 1914 in Brod-na Savi, Croatia. Opera News, v. 67 no 8, February 2003.

  • Smigel, Laurence, composer, producer, and director of musicals, d. 7/22/2002 in Marblehead, MA at 81; b. in Harrisburg, PA. Boston Globe Online, 7/26/2002 {http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/207/obituaries/Laurence_Smigel_81_wrote_and_directed_musical_shows+.shtml}.

  • Smith, Dallas, bluegrass bandleader, d. 2/2/2002 at 67. Sing out! v. 46 no. 2, Summer 2002.

  • Smith, Leonard, conductor and cornettist, d. 7/23/2002 at 86; b. 9/5/1915 in Poughkeepsie, NY. Instrumentalist, v. 57 no. 2, Sept. 2002.

  • Smitty, Big Bad, bluesman, d. 4/3/2002 at 62; b. John Henry Smith in Vicksburg, MS. Sing Out! v. 46 no. 3, Fall 2002.

  • Snow, Gary, rock bassist, d. 11/22/2002 in Minneapolis, MN at 46; b. in Grand Rapids, MN. startribune.com, 11/23/2002 {http://www.startribune.com/stories/466/3451016.html}.

  • Snyder, Jim, jazz trombonist, d. 12/21/2002 in Wheaton, IL at around 80. Cadence, v. 29 no. 3, March 2003.

  • Solomon, Seymour, record publisher, d. 7/18/2002 in Lenox, MA at 80. latimes.com, 7/23/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-solomon23jul23.story}; Cadence, v. 28 no. 9, September 2002; Sing Out! v. 46 no. 3, Fall 2002; Strad, v. 113 no. 1350, October 2002.
    b. 5/23/1922. Gramophone, v. 80 no. 958, October 2002.
    d. in New York. American Record Guide, v. 65 no.6, November/December 2002.

  • Soria, Dorle Jarmel, journalist, publicist, recording-company executive, and fund-raiser, d. 7/7/2002; b. 12/14/1900 in New York City. Opera News, v. 67 no. 4, October 2002; Gramophone, v. 80 no. 958, October 2002; Opera, v. 53 no. 12, December 2002.

  • Southern, Eileen Jackson, American musicologist, d. 10/13/2002 at 82. Email announcement from the Center for Black Music Research, 10/16/2002, forwarded to MLA-L by Suzanna Flandreau; AMS Newsletter, v. 33 no. 1, February 2003.
    Harvard University's first tenured black female professor, d. in Port Charlotte, FL; b. 1920 in Minneapolis. latimes.com, 10/20/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-eileen20oct20,0,4785402.story}; IAWM Journal, v. 9 no. 1, 2003.
    d. 10/15/2002. Cadence, v. 28 no. 12, December 2002.

  • Spangler, Frances Ellen, American organist, pianist, and teacher, d. 7/22/2002 in La Crosse, WI at 96. American Organist, v. 36 no. 12, December 2002.

  • Staley, Layne, American rock singer and songwriter, d. on or before 4/19/2002 in Los Angeles at 34; b. in Kirkland, WA. AOL.com, 4/21/2002 {http://my.aol.com/news/news_story.psp?type=4&cat=0806&id=0204210308530212}; latimes.com, 4/21/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-000028435apr21.story}.
    d. ca. 4/5/2002. International Herald Tribune, 4/23/2002 {http://www.iht.com/articles/55498.html}.

  • Stalford, Ronald P., organist and choirmaster, d. 2/23/2002 in Worcester, MA at 60; b. in Endicott, NY. Tracker, v. 46 no. 3, July 2002.

  • Stein, Leon, American musicologist and AMS member, d. 5/9/2002. AMS Newsletter, v. 33 no. 1, February 2003.

  • Stephenson, Ronnie, jazz drummer, d. 8/8/2002 in Dundee, Scotland at 65. Cadence, v. 28 no. 10, October 2002.

  • Stetler, David, American big-band/swing drummer, d. 2/4/2002 in Seattle, WA at 79; b. in Seattle. seattletime.com, 2/10/2002 {http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/obituaries/134402691_stetlerobit10m.html}.

  • Stevens, Melvin "Steve", jazz vocalist, d. 8/20/2002 in Washington, DC at 65. Cadence, v. 28 no. 11, November 2002.

  • Stewart, Jean, British violist, d. 12/28/2002; b. 1914. Strad, v. 114 no. 1355, March 2003.

  • Stewart, Milton "Mel", actor, acting teacher, jazz saxophonist (also played flute and piano), d. 2/24/2002 in Pacifica, CA at 72. latimes.com, 3/17/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-000019530mar17.story}.

  • Straus, Volker, recording engineer and producer, d. 4/21/2002; b. 7/5/1936. Gramophone, v. 80 no. 956, August 2002.

  • Strummer, Joe, rock singer, guitarist and songwriter, d. 12/22/2002 in Somerset, England at 50; b. John Graham Mellor in Ankara, Turkey. AOL.com, 12/23/2002 {http://my.aol.com/news/news_story.psp?type=4&cat=0800&id=021223091047540813}; World Socialist Web Site, 1/13/2003 {http://www.wsws.org/articles/2003/jan2003/stru-j13.shtml}.
    d. in Broomfield, Somerset, England. New York Times online, 12/23/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/aponline/arts/AP-Obit-Strummer.html}; Guardian Unlimited, 12/24/2002 {http://www.guardian.co.uk/arts/news/story/0,11711,865018,00.html}; detnews.com, 12/23/2002 {http://www.detnews.com/2002/obituaries/0212/23/entertainment-43368.htm}; Chicago Tribune online, 12/24/2002 {http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/obituaries/chi-0212240305dec24,1,4728773.story}.
    b. 8/21/1952. Independent.co.uk, 12/24/2002 {http://news.independent.co.uk/people/obituaries/story.jsp?story=364189}; latimes.com, 12/24/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-strummer24dec24001437,0,5006126.story}; Rolling Stone, no. 914, 1/23/2003; Spin, v. 19 no. 4, April 2003.

  • Stuart, Glenn, jazz trumpeter, d. 5/25/2002 in Laguna, CA at 70. Cadence, v. 28 no. 7, July 2002.

  • Sulieman, Idrees, jazz trumpeter, d. 7/25/2002 in St. Petersburg, FL at 78. Cadence, v. 28 no. 9, September 2002.
    b. Leonard Graham 8/7/1923 in St. Petersburg, FL. Jazz Journal International, v. 55 no. 9, September 2002.

  • Suzuki, Kyoko, Japanese violinist (not related to Shinichi), d. 8/11/2002 at 87; b. 1914 in Tokyo. Strad, v. 113 no. 1350, October 2002.

  • Svetlanov, Yevgeny, Russian conductor, composer, and pianist. d. 5/3/2002 in Moscow at 73. latimes.com, 5/5/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-000031941may05.story}; washingtonpost.com, 5/5/2002 {http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/metro/obituaries/A33747-2002May4.html}; Music in Concert, v. 65 no 4, July/August 2002.
    Yevgeny Fyodorovich Svetlanov, b. 9/6/1928 in Moscow. New York Times online, 5/6/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/05/06/obituaries/06SVET.html}; Gramophone online, 5/7/2002 {http://www.gramophone.co.uk/newsMainTemplate.asp?storyID=1103&newssectionID=1}; Opera, v. 53 no. 7, July 2002; Gramophone, v. 80 no. 956, August 2002; Opera News, v. 67 no. 2, August 2002; Musical Times, v. 143 no. 1879, Summer 2002.
    Jewgenij Swetlanow, d. at 74. Orchester, v. 50 no. 7-8, July-August 2002.

  • Svoboda, Josef, Czech stage designer, d. 4/8/2002 in Prague at 81; b. 5/10/1920 in Caslav "about 30 miles from Prague". New York Times online, 4/22/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/04/22/obituaries/22SVOB.html}; Opera America newsline, v. 11 no. 8, May 2002; Opera News, v. 67 no. 1, July 2002; Opera, v. 53 no. 7, July 2002; Music in Concert, v. 65 no 4, July/August 2002.

  • Takamado no Miya, Japanese prince, president of Japan's Amateur Musicians' Association, cellist, d. 11/21/2002 in Tokyo at 47; b. Norihito. AOL.com, 11/21/2002 {http://my.aol.com/news/news_story.psp?type=1&cat=0600&id=021121111629391517}.

  • Takenaga, Steve Masami, rock/jazz drummer, d. 11/25/2002 in Huntington Woods, MI at 54. detnews.com, 11/27/2002 {http://www.detnews.com/2002/obituaries/0211/27/e02-21433.htm}.

  • Tallerico, Joe "The Butcher", jazz saxophonist, clarinetist, flutist, and bandleader, d. 9/18/2002 in Pittsburg [sic], PA at 92. Cadence, v. 28 no. 11, November 2002.

  • Tan, Shu-Chen, Chinese violinist and teacher, d. 2002? in Shanghai at 95. Strad, v. 114 no. 1355, March 2003.

  • Tanner, Peter, jazz writer and drummer, d. 12/10/2002 outside London, England at 88. Cadence, v. 29 no. 2, February 2003.

  • Tanno, Vinnie, jazz trumpeter, d. 2/14/2002 in Las Vegas, NV at 69. Cadence, v. 28 no. 5, May 2002.

  • Taylor, Peter, jazz bassist, d. 8/28/2002 at 69; b. in India. Jazz Journal International, v. 56 no. 6, June 2003.
    Pete Taylor. Cadence, v. 29 no. 8, August 2003.

  • Taylor, Ron, American singer and actor, d. 1/16/2002 in Los Angeles at 49; b. in Galveston, TX. latimes.com, 1/25/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-000006394jan25.story?coll=la%2Dnews%2Dobituaries}.

  • Tellez, Oscar, American Tejano musician (bajo sexto, drums, accordion, and keyboards), d. 5/26/2002 at 56. Sing Out! v. 46 no. 3, Fall 2002.

  • Tenhet, Talmedge, jazz saxophonist, d. 12/21/2002 in Jackson, MI at 80. Cadence, v. 29 no. 2, February 2003.

  • Thomas, Hugh, American choir director and music professor, d. 7/24/2002 at 90; b. 1912 in Brilliant, AL. Choral Journal, v. 43 no. 2, September 2002.

  • Thomas, Janet Owen, organist and composer, d. 6/5/2002 in York; b. 1/29/1961 in Liverpool. Musical Times, v. 143 no. 1880, Autumn 2002.

  • Thomas, Michael G., British record dealer, d. 3/19/2002 at 76; b. 7/2/1925. Gramophone, v. 80 no. 955 (July 2002).

  • Thomas, Phil "Foots", jazz drummer, d. 8/28/2002 in Chicago, IL at about 78. Cadence, v. 28 no. 10, October 2002.

  • Tinney, Allen, jazz pianist, d. 12/11/2002 in Buffalo, NY at 81. Cadence, v. 29 no. 2, February 2003; Down Beat, v. 70 no. 6, June 2003.

  • Torres, Lolita, Argentinian actress and singer, d. 9/14/2002 in Buenos Aires at 72; b. Beatriz Mariana Torres in 1930 in Avellana, a city near Buenos Aires. New York Times online, 9/17/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/09/17/obituaries/17TORR.html}.

  • Tovey, Frank, English industrial musician, d. 4/3/2002 in London at 46; b. in London. New York Times online, 4/15/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/04/15/obituaries/15TOVE.html}.

  • Traugott, Fern Roberta, organist, d. 11/12/2002 in Hot Springs Village, AR at 87; b. 1/1/1915 in Farmont, OK. Diapason, v. 94 no. 8, August 2003.

  • Tronianko, Wally, jazz reeds player and violinist, d. 10/6/2002 in Troy, MI at 93. Cadence, v. 29 no. 1, January 2003.

  • Umemoto, Takao, music psychologist, d. 9/13/2002 at 80; b. 10/10/1921 in Kyoto. Music Perception, v. 20 no. 4, Summer 2003.

  • Underwood, Jerry, jazz saxophonist, d. 8/3/2002 in Chambery, France at 48. Cadence, v. 28 no. 10, October 2002.

  • Underwood, Margaret Anne, pianist, National Guild of Piano Teachers adjudicator, d. 12/2/2002 at 72. Piano Guild Notes, v. 52 no. 4, Spring 2003.

  • Van Lake, Turk, jazz guitarist and arranger, also composed classical music as Vanig Rupen Hovsepian (birth name), d. 9/1/2002 in Staten Island at 84; b. in Boston. New York Times online, 10/5/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/10/05/obituaries/05LAKE.html}.
    Turk vanLake, d. around 9/1/2002 at about 88. Cadence, v. 28 no. 10, October 2002.

  • Van Ronk, Dave, American folk singer, mentor to Bob Dylan, d. 2/10/2002 in New York City at 65; b. in Brooklyn. Boston Globe Online, 2/11/2002 {http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/042/obituaries/Dave_Van_Ronk_singer_mentor_to_Dylan_65+.shtml}; washingtonpost.com, 2/11/2002 {http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/metro/obituaries/A55533-2002Feb10.html}; AOL.com, 2/10/2002 {http://my.aol.com/news/news_story.psp?type=4&cat=0807&id=02021020215810934}; New York Times online, 2/11/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/02/11/obituaries/11RONK.html}.
    singer and guitarist. latimes.com, 2/12/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-000010781feb12.story?coll=la%2Dnews%2Dobituaries}; Cadence, v. 28 no. 4, April 2002.
    b. 1936. RollingStone.com, 2/11/2002 {http://www.rollingstone.com/news/newsarticle.asp?nid=15394}.
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  • Van Zoeren, Allan J., organist and choirmaster, d. 4/27/2002 in Grand Rapids, MI at 90. American Organist, v. 36 no. 8, August 2002.

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    also composer. latimes.com, 12/4/2002 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-waldron4dec04,0,170339.story}; New York Times online, 12/6/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/12/06/obituaries/06WALD.html}.
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    d. 8/25/2002; b. in West Helena, AL. American Organist, v. 37 no. 2, February 2003.

  • Watanabe, Jiro "Butch", jazz trombonist, d. 11/5/2002 in Toronto, Ontario at 79. Cadence, v. 29 no. 1, January 2003.

  • Watkins, Alex, jazz trombonist, d. 12/21/2002 in Bethlehem, PA at 67. Cadence, v. 29 no. 3, March 2003.

  • Watrous, Alan, administrator and violinist, d. 9/30/2002 in Seattle; b. 1905. Symphony, v. 54 no. 2, March-April 2003.

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  • Williams, Paul, saxophonist and bandleader, d. 9/14/2002 in New York City at 87; b. 7/13/1915 in Lewisburg, TN. New York Times online, 10/1/2002 {http://www.nytimes.com/2002/10/01/obituaries/01WILL.html}; Cadence, v. 28 no. 11, November 2002.

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