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  • Haag, Hanno, violinist, composer, educator, and conductor, d. 5/6/2005 in Ludwigshafen, Germany at 66. Orchester, v. 53 no. 7-8, July-August 2005.

  • Haag, Robert, pianist, d. 1/4/2005 in Los Angeles, CA at 73; b. in Bakersfield, CA. latimes.com, 1/10/2005 {http://www.latimes.com/news/printedition/california/la-me-haag10jan10,1,4809703.story}.

  • Haakon, Paul, d. 8/16/1992 at 80. St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 8/22/1992.

  • Haas, Alfred B., d. 7/29/1987 at 76; b. 7/21/1911. Hymn, v. 44 no. 4, Oct. 1993.

  • Haas, Karl, radio host, pianist, conductor, and musicologist, d. 2/6/2005 in Royal Oak, MI at 91. AOL.com, 2/7/2005 {http://my.aol.com/news/news_story.psp?id=2005020710540001298971}.
    b. in Germany. latimes.com, 2/8/2005 {http://www.latimes.com/news/printedition/california/la-me-haas8feb08,1,4867238.story}.
    b. in Speyer-on-the-Rhine (Speyer-am-Rhein), Germany. washingtonpost.com, 2/8/2005 {http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A6475-2005Feb7.html}.
    b. 12/6/1913. New York Times online, 2/8/2005 {http://www.nytimes.com/2005/02/08/arts/music/08haas.html}; Opera News, v. 69 no. 10, April 2005.

  • Habata, Harry, accordionist and agent, d. 10/9/2003 in Bloomington, MN at 86; b. 1917 in Minneapolis, MN. startribune.com, 10/18/2003 {http://www.startribune.com/stories/466/4161319.html}.

  • Habunek, Vlado, d. 7/23/1994 at 87. Opera, v. 45 no. 10, Oct. 1994.

  • Hachey, Bobby, Canadian country singer, d. in Montreal at 74; b. Albert Hachey in Atholville, NB. Yahoo!News Canada, 10/18/2006 {http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/capress/061018/entertainment/obit_hachey_1}.

  • Hacker, Henry W., d. International Musician, v. 97 no. 12, June 1999.

  • Häckermann [Hackermann, Haeckermann], Hans, d. 1995 at 65. Opernwelt, v. 36 no. 11, Nov. 1995.

  • Hackett, G. Byron, d. 2/9/1992 at 64. American Organist, v. 27 no. 11, Nov. 1993.

  • Haddad, Emil, jazz flugelhornist and trumpeter, d. 8/9/2004 in Massachusetts at 82. Cadence, v. 30 no. 9, September 2004.
    d. in Worcester, MA. Cadence, v. 30 no. 10, October 2004.

  • Haddad, Sonya, translator of opera librettos for titles, d. 6/15/2004 in the Bronx at 67; b. in Canton, OH. New York Times online, 6/23/2004 {http://www.nytimes.com/2004/06/23/nyregion/23haddadobit.html}.
    b. 11/9/1936. Opera News, v. 69 no. 3, September 2004.

  • Haddick, Robert D., d. International Musician, v. 97 no. 4, Oct. 1998.

  • Haden, Charlie, jazz bassist, d. 7/11/2014 at 77; b. in Shenandoah, IA. Variety online, 7/11/2014 {http://variety.com/2014/music/news/charlie-haden-legendary-jazz-bassist-dies-at-77-1201261391/}.

  • Hadjidakis, Manos, d. 6/15/1994 at 68. New York Times, 6/16/1994.

  • Hadley, Jerry, tenor, d. 7/18/2007 in Poughkeepsie, NY at 55; b. in Illinois. CNN.com, 7/18/2007 {http://www.cnn.com/2007/SHOWBIZ/Music/07/18/obit.hadley.ap/index.html}; STLtoday.com, 7/18/2007 {http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/O/OBIT_HADLEY?SITE=MOSTP}; NPR online, 7/19/2007 {http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=12100749}.
    b. 6/16/1952 in Princeton, IL. New York Times On the Web, 7/18/2007 {http://www.nytimes.com/2007/07/18/arts/music/18cnd-hadley.html}; Telegraph.co.uk, 7/20/2007 {http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2007/07/20/db2002.xml}; Opera America Newsline, v. 16 no. 10, July/August 2007; Opera News, v. 72 no. 3, September 2007; Opera, v. 58 no. 9, September 2007.

  • Hadnott, William K. (Billy), American bassist and electrical engineer, d. 12/1/1999 at 85 in Los Angeles, CA; b. 11/30/1914. Jazz Journal International, v. 53 no. 4, Apr. 2000.

  • Hadzic, Nuri, d. 10/22/1993 at 89. Orchester, v. 42 no. 2, 1994.

  • Haefliger, Ernst, Swiss lyric tenor and teacher, d. 3/17/2007 in Davos at 87; b. 7/6/1919 in Davos. STLtoday.com, 3/18/2007 {http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/O/OBIT_HAEFLIGER?SITE=MOSTP}; http://news.aol.com/entertainment/music/articles/_a/swiss-opera-singer-ernst-haefliger-dies/20070318111109990001}; International Herald Tribune online, 3/18/2007 {http://www.iht.com/articles/2007/03/18/news/obits.php}; ABC News online, 3/18/2007 {http://abcnews.go.com/Entertainment/wireStory?id=2960996}; Guardian Unlimited, 3/20/2007 {http://www.guardian.co.uk/obituaries/story/0,,2037874,00.html}; New York Times Online, 3/20/2007 {http://www.nytimes.com/2007/03/20/arts/music/20haefliger.html}; Independent Online Edition, 6/6/2007 {http://news.independent.co.uk/people/obituaries/article2617409.ece}; Orchester, v. 55 no. 5, May 2007; Opera, v. 58 no. 7, July 2007.

  • Haenschen, W. Gustave (Gus), d. 3/1980 at 90. Washington University Alumni News, v. 32 no. 3, Fall 1980.

  • Hänseroth, Albin, opera director, d. at 65. Opernwelt, v. 45 no. 11, November 2004.
    also administrator, d. 9/9/2004 in Cologne at 65. Opera, v. 55 no. 12, December 2004.

  • Haertel, Ervin, d. International Musician, v. 96 no. 7, Jan. 1998.

  • Häusler, Josef, German editor, d. 2/2010 in Freiburg at 83; b. 6/15/1926.

  • Haeussler, Armin, d. 1967. b. 1891. Hymn, v. 48 no. 4, Oct. 1997.

  • Haffner, Mark, d. l/7/1991 at 40. b. 9/9/1950. Opera News, v. 55 no. 12, 3/2/1991.

  • Haft, Virginia G., musicologist, d. 4/4/2008. AMS Newsletter, v. 38 no. 2, August 2008.

  • Haftl, Joe, bluegrass mandolinist, d. 3/28/2006 at 64. Sing Out!, v. 50 no. 2, Summer 2006.

  • Hagedoorn, Georgette, d. 8/23/1995 at 85. MLA Notes, v. 52 no. 4, June 1996 from San Jose Mercury News, 8/27/1995.

  • Hagedorn, Frederick, d. International Musician, v. 97 no. 7, Jan. 1999.

  • Hageman, Florence Irene Smith, d. 8/25/1992 at 78. Diapason, v. 83 no. l2, Dec. 1992.

  • Hagen, Earle H., film and television composer, d. 5/26/2008 in Rancho Mirage, CA at 88; b. 7/9/1919 in Chicago, IL. CNN.com, 5/27/2008 {http://www.cnn.com/2008/SHOWBIZ/TV/05/27/earle.hagen.ap/index.html}; Press-Telegram online, 5/27/2008 {http://www.presstelegram.com/ci_9397661}; STLtoday.com, 5/28/2008 {http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/O/OBIT_HAGEN?SITE=MOSTP}; Los Angeles Times online, 5/28/2008 {http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-hagen28-2008may28,0,2077488.story}; Cadence, v. 34 no. 7/8/9, July/August/September 2008.
    Earle Harry Hagen. New York Times online, 5/28/2008 {http://www.nytimes.com/2008/05/28/arts/television/28hagen.html}.

  • Hagen, Hugo H., d. 2/29/1976. St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 3/1/1976.

  • Hager, Jim, country comedian, d. 5/1/2008 at 66. WZTV FOX 17 online, 5/1/2008 {http://www.wztv.com/newsroom/top_stories/vid_1641.shtml}.
    also guitarist and drummer, d. in Nashville, TN; b. in Chicago, IL. CNN.com, 5/2/2008 {http://www.cnn.com/2008/SHOWBIZ/TV/05/02/obit.jimhager.ap/index.html}; STLtoday.com, 5/2/2008 {http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/O/OBIT_JIM_HAGER?SITE=MOSTP}.

  • Haggart, Bob, American jazz bassist and arranger, d. 12/3/1998 at 84 in Venice, FL. New York Times, 12/4/1998.
    d. 12/2/1998. Cadence, v. 25 no. 1, Jan. 1999.
    b. 3/13/1914. Down Beat, v. 66 no. 3, Mar. 1999.
    Robert Sherwood Haggart. Jazz Journal International, v. 52 no. 2, Feb. 1999.

  • Haggart, Robert E., d. International Musician, v. 98 no. 1, July 1999.

  • Haggerty, Lee Baker, record publisher, d. 3/31/2000 in Sharon, CT; b. 1930 in Westport, CT. Sing Out!, v. 44 no. 3, Spring 2000.

  • Haggin, B. (Bernard) H., American music critic, d. 5/29/1987 at 86 in New York City; b. 12/29/1900. ARSC Newsletter, no. 40, Summer 1987.

  • Hagglof, Gosta, jazz producer, d. 3/8/2009 in Norway at ca. 75. Cadence, v. 35 no. 7-8-9, July-August-September 2009.

  • Hague, Albert, composer and actor, d. 11/12/2001 in Marina del Rey at 81; b. Albert Marcuse 1920 in Berlin. latimes.com, 11/16/2001 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-000091666nov16.story?coll=la%2Dnews%2Dobituaries}.

  • Hahn, Bob, d. 1993. Crescendo (Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal), v. 40 no. 6, Nov.-Dec. 1993.

  • Hahn, Kurt, d. 3/15/2000 in Murnau. Musikforschung, v. 53 no. 2, Apr./Jun. 2000.

  • Hahn, Lance, punk singer and guitarist, d. 10/21/2007 at 40. Pitchfork, 10/22/2007 {http://www.pitchforkmedia.com/page/news/46561-j-churchs-lance-hahn-rip}.
    b. 1967. Rolling Stone, no. 1039, 11/15/2007.

  • Hahn, Philip, American organist, choirmaster, music professor, composer, and chef, d. 4/13/2003 in San Francisco, CA at 67; b. 8/25/1935. American Organist, v. 37 no. 6, June 2003; Diapason, v. 94 no. 6, June 2003.

  • Hahn, Richard, d. International Musician, v. 97 no. 11, May 1999.

  • Hahn, Richard J., d. International Musician, v. 97 no. 1, July 1998.

  • Haieff, Alexei, d. ASCAP Playback, v. 1 no. 2, May-June 1994.
    d. 3/1/1994 at 80. New York Times, 3/3/1994.

  • Haines, Connie, big-band singer, d. 9/22/2008 in Clearwater Beach, FL at 87; b. Yvonne Marie Antoinette JaMais 1/20/1921 in Savannah, GA. New York Times online, 9/25/2008 {http://www.nytimes.com/2008/09/25/arts/music/25haines.html}; Los Angeles Times online, 9/26/2008 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-haines26-2008sep26,0,1015327.story}; Times Online, 10/4/2008 {http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/comment/obituaries/article4877427.ece}; Cadence, v. 35, no. 1-2-3, January-February-March 2009.

  • Haines, Paul, poet, composer, and vocalist, d. 1/21/2003 in Ennismore, Ontario at 70. Cadence, v. 29 no. 3, March 2003.

  • Hair, Lucile "Lucy", American organist and choir director, d. 8/25/2005 in Baton Rouge, LA at 79; b. 5/6/1926 in Albemarle, NC. American Organist, v. 40 no. 1, January 2006.

  • Hairston, Jester, American choral director and actor, d. 1/18/2000 at 98 in Los Angeles; b. 1901. Los Angeles Times, 1/21/2000.
    b. Jestie Hairston, 7/9/1901. Choral Journal, v. 40 no. 8, Mar. 2000.
    Composer and arranger. CBMR Digest, v. 13 no. 1, Spring 2000.

  • Haithwaite, Morse Sawyer, d. 8/11/1991 at 70; b. 3/9/1921. American Organist, v. 25 no. 12, Dec. 1991.

  • Hajohn, Andrew J., d. International Musician, v. 98 no. 3, Sept. 1999.

  • Haken, Eduard, d. 1/12/1996 at 85. Orchester, v. 44 no. 3, 1996.

  • Hakes, Martha Jean, early-music soprano and music professor, d. 5/24/2007 in San Francisco, CA at 77; b. 3/6/1930 in Muscatine, IA. New York Times On the Web, 6/3/2007 {http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9B03E2DE143AF930A35755C0A9619C8B63}.

  • Hálasz [Halasz], Laszlo, the first music director of the New York City Opera, d. 10/26/2001 in Port Washington, NY at 96; b. in Hungary. latimes.com, 11/2/2001 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-000087152nov02.story?coll=la%2Dnews%2Dobituaries}.
    pianist and conductor, b. 6/6/1905. Gramophone, v. 79 no. 949, January 2002.
    b. in Debrecen, Hungary. Opera News, February 2002; Opera, v. 53 no. 2, February 2002.

  • Haldeman, Lloyd, d. 11/22/1994; b. 1931. Symphony, v. 46 no. 3, May-June 1995.

  • Hale, Monte, singing cowboy of movies, d. 3/29/2009 in Studio City, CA at 89; b. in Texas. ContraCostaTimes.com, 3/30/2009 {http://www.contracostatimes.com/california/ci_12030179}.
    b. in San Angelo, TX. New York Times online, 4/2/2009 {http://www.nytimes.com/2009/04/02/movies/02hale.html}.

  • Hale, Robert K., d. 2/9/1987 at 89. Tracker, v. 31 no. 1, 1987.

  • Hale, Una, lyric soprano, d. 3/4/2005 in Bath, England; b. 11/18/1922 in Adelaide, Australia. Opera News, v. 69 no. 12, June 2005; Opera, v. 56 no. 6, June 2005.

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

  • Haley, Kay Wood, organist, chorister, and teacher of organ and voice, d. 7/10/2007 in Fairhope, AL at 90; b. 3/26/1917 in Sumner, IL. American Organist, v. 42 no. 1, January 2008.

  • Hall, Adelaide, d. 11/7/1993 at 92. Down Beat, v. 61 no. 2, Feb. 1994.
    b. 10/20/1901. Jazz Journal International, v. 47 no. 1, Jan. 1994.

  • Hall, Alaina Reed, actress and singer, d. 12/17/2009 in Los Angeles, CA at 63. PopEater, 12/21/2009 {http://www.popeater.com/2009/12/21/alaina-reed-hall-of-sesame-street-and-227-dies-at-63/}.

  • Hall, Broyles, American organist-chorimaster and teacher d. 5/7/1997 at 74. American Organist, v. 31 no. 9, Sept. 1997.

  • Hall, Cliff (Clifford Samuel), folk singer, d. 6/26/2008 in Adelaide, South Australia; b. 1925 in Oriente Province, Cuba. Independent online, 6/27/2008 {http://www.independent.co.uk/news/obituaries/cliff-hall-singer-with-the-pioneering-multiracial-folk-group-the-spinners-855383.html}.
    guitarist and harmonica player, d. at 82; b. 9/11/1925 in Oriente Pourice, Cuba. Times Online, 6/30/2008 {http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/comment/obituaries/article4243395.ece}.

  • Hall, David, sound archivist, writer, and record producer, d. 4/10/2012 in Castine, ME at 95. Personal email, forwarded to MLA-L 4/16/2012 by Steve Ramm.

  • Hall, Don, d. 9/2/1993 at 44. New York Times, 9/4/1993.

  • Hall, Dorothy, British cellist, d. 6/2008 in the French Pyrenees. Strad, v. 119, no. 1420, August 2008.

  • Hall, G. Robert, d. International Musician, v. 96 no. 7, Jan. 1998.

  • Hall, Herb, d. 3/5/1996 at 88; b. 3/28/1907. Jazz Journal International, v. 49 no. 5, May 1996.
    Herbie Hall, Jazz Magazine, no. 460, June 1996.

  • Hall, Janet, organist and choirmaster, d. 4/30/2004 in Pueblo, CO; b. 10/25/1923. Diapason, v. 95 no. 12, December 2004.

  • Hall, Jim, jazz guitarist, d. 12/10/2013 in Greenwich Village at 83; b. James Stanley Hall 12/4/1930 in Buffalo, NY. New York Times online, 12/10/2013 {http://www.nytimes.com/2013/12/11/arts/music/jim-hall-jazz-guitarist-dies-at-83.html}; Cleveland Institute of Music Notes, Spring 2014.
    also composer and arranger. Los Angeles Times online, 12/11/2013 {http://www.latimes.com/obituaries/la-me-jim-hall-20131212,0,6455705.story}.

  • Hall, John, composer and actor. d. 2/16/2000; b. 8/22/1943. Gramophone, v. 78 no. 929, July 2000.

  • Hall, John Arthur, III., d. 8/3/1995 at 78. American Organist, v. 29 no. 11, Nov. 1995.

  • Hall, Joseph L., d. International Musician, v. 97 no. 4, Oct. 1998.

  • Hall, Kate, d. 6/21/1991. Opera News, v. 56 no. 3, Sept. 1991.

  • Hall, Kenny, folk fiddler and mandolin player, d. 9/18/2013 in Fresno, CA at 89; b. 10/14/1923 in San Jose, CA. Fresno Bee online, 9/19/2013 {http://www.fresnobee.com/2013/09/19/3507259/kenny-hall-fresno-folk-music-icon.html}; Sing Out! online, 9/19/2013 {http://singout.org/2013/09/19/kenny-hall/}.

  • Hall, Matthew John, a.k.a. Blaps Warmonger, New Zealand death metal singer, d. 2/15/2011 in Wellington at 35. nzherald.co.nz, 1/17/2011 {http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=10706973}.

  • Hall, Michael, British violinist, d. 6/2008 in the French Pyrenees. Strad, v. 119, no. 1420, August 2008.

  • Hall, Morris Eugene, d. 3/4/1993 at 79. Down Beat, v. 60 no. 7, July 1993.

  • Hall, Peter, d. at 60. Guardian, 12/23/1996.
    d. 12/5/1996.
    b. 1/28/1936. Obituary Page {http://catless.ncl.ac.uk/Obituary}, 2/4/1997.

  • Hall, Peter John, opera costume designer, d. 5/27/2010 in Dallas, TX at 84; b. 1/22/1926 in Bristol, England. New York Times online, 6/9/2010 {http://www.nytimes.com/2010/06/10/arts/dance/10hall.html}; Opera, v. 61 no. 10, October 2010.

  • Hall, Roger G., classical music executive, d. 6/6/2005 in Philadelphia, PA at 79; b. in Plainfield, NJ. New York Times On the Web, 6/12/2005 {http://www.nytimes.com/2005/06/12/arts/music/12hall.html}; philly.com, 6/11/2005 {http://www.philly.com/mld/inquirer/news/obituaries/11868362.htm}.

  • Hall, Ron, d. 9/9/1997 at 69. Cadence, v. 23 no. 10, Oct. 1997.

  • Hall, Vic, jazz d.j., d. 11/20/2006 in Tampa, FL. Friends of Big Band Jazz mailing list, 11/21/2006. d. at 81; b. 1925 in England. TBO.com, 11/22/2006 {http://www.tbo.com/news/metro/MGBB5B49TUE.html}; Cadence, v. 33 no. 1, January 2007.

  • Hall-Harris, Martha, vocalist, d. 11/1/2000 at 65 in Highland Park, MI. Cadence, Jan. 2001.

  • Hallett, Andy, actor and singer, d. 3/29/2009 in Los Angeles, CA at 33; b. in Osterville, MA. E! Online, 3/30/2009 {http://www.eonline.com/uberblog/watch_with_kristin/b106789_angel_star_andy_hallett_dies_of_heart.html}; SCI FI Waire, 3/30/2009 {http://scifiwire.com/2009/03/angel-star-andy-hallett-d.php}; STLtoday.com, 3/31/2009 {http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/O/OBIT_ANDY_HALLETT?SITE=MOSTP}.

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

  • Halliday, Lin, American saxophonist, d. 1/25/2000 at 63 in Chicago, IL. Cadence, v. 26 no. 3, Mar. 2000.

  • Hallman, Art, d. Crescendo (Toronto Musicians' Association Journal), v. 45 no. 1, Jan.-Feb. 1995.

  • Hallstrom, Henry, d. 6/2/1992 at 85. American Organist, v. 26 no. 10, Oct. 1992.

  • Halpern, Edward, folk music impresario, d. 5/11/2006 in Philadelphia, PA at 78. philly.com, 5/13/2006 {http://www.philly.com/mld/inquirer/news/obituaries/14568418.htm}.
    d. in Center City, PA. Sing Out! v. 50 no. 3, Fall 2006.

  • Halpin, Scot, rock drummer, d. 2/16?/2008 at 54. UNDERCOVER.com.au, 2/16/2008 {http://www.undercover.com.au/News-Story.aspx?id=4140}.

  • Halstead, Bianca, American rocker, d. 12/15/2001 near New Orleans at 36; b. in New York City. Boston Globe Online, 12/19/2001 {http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/353/obituaries/Bianca_Halstead_36_rock_band_founder+.shtml}.

  • Halveland, Russell C., American jazz and popular organist and pianist and restauranteur, d. 9/9/1998 at 89 in Bridgeton, MO. St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 9/12/1998.
    Russell K. Halveland. International Musician, v. 97 no. 7, Jan. 1999.

  • Ham, Greg, Australian rock multi-instrumentalist, d. 4/19/2012 in Melbourne at 58. EW.com, 4/19/2012 {http://news-briefs.ew.com/2012/04/19/greg-ham-men-at-work-dead/}; The Transcontinental, 4/19/2012 {http://www.transcontinental.com.au/news/national/national/general/greg-ham-found-dead-in-house/2527864.aspx}; New York Times online, 4/20/2012 {http://www.nytimes.com/2012/04/21/arts/music/greg-ham-musician-on-men-at-works-80s-hits-dies-at-58.html}.

  • Hamann, Gerhard, conductor, professor of cello and chamber music, d. 9/11/2000 at 65. Orchester, vol. 29 no. 1, January 2001.

  • Hamann, Heinz Wolfgang, d. 12/20/1994. Musikforschung, v. 48 no. 2, April-June 1995.

  • Hamblet, Harold Everard, d. 1/1/1997 at 92; b. 9/10/1904. Organ, v. 76 no. 299, Winter 1997.

  • Hambleton, T. Edward, theatrical producer, d. 12/17/2005 in Baltimore, MD at 94. New York Times On the Web, 12/19/2005 {http://www.nytimes.com/2005/12/19/arts/19hambleton.html}.

  • Hambly, Robin, American organist and arts manager-director, d. 7/8/1998 at 53 in San Francisco, CA. American Organist, v. 33 no. 6, June 1999.

  • Hambraeus, Bengt, Swedish-Canadian composer, performer, scholar, and educator d. 9/21/2000 at 72; b. 1/29/1928. Ottawa Citizen, 9/29/2000.
    d. in Apple Hill, Ontario; b. in Stockholm. American Organist, v. 36 no. 2, February 2002.

  • Hambrecht, George Russell, flutist, d. 10/13/2011 in Cincinnati, OH at 87; b. in Syracuse, NY. Cincinnati.com, 10/22/2011 {http://news.cincinnati.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/AB/20111022/NEWS0104/110230303/}.

  • Hambro, Leonid, pianist and (with Victor Borge) musical comedian, d. 10/23/2006 in Manhattan at 86; b. in Chicago. STLtoday.com, 10/27/2006 {http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/O/OBIT_HAMBRO?SITE=MOSTP}; New York Times On the Web, 10/26/2006 {http://www.nytimes.com/2006/10/26/obituaries/26hambro.html}; Boston.com, 10/27/2006 {http://www.boston.com/news/globe/obituaries/articles/2006/10/27/leonid_hambro_86_pianist_sidekick_to_victor_borge/}.
    b. 6/26/1920. latimes.com, 10/28/2006 {http://www.latimes.com/news/printedition/california/la-me-hambro28oct28,1,6994311.story}; washingtonpost.com, 10/28/2006 {http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2006/10/27/AR2006102701578.html}; Telegraph.co.uk, 11/15/2006 {http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2006/11/15/db1503.xml}.

  • Hamburger, Paul, pianist and teacher, d. 4/11/2004; b. 9/3/1920. Gramophone, v. 82, no. 981, July 2004.

  • Hameister, Alvin, d. 1/18/1996 at 94. Detroit News, 1/22/1996.

  • Hamer, Ian, British jazz trumpeter, composer, and bandleader, d. 9/3/2006 in Brighton; b. 9/11/1932 in Liverpool. Independent Online Edition, 9/7/2006 {http://news.independent.co.uk/people/obituaries/article1369576.ece}; Cadence, v. 32 no. 10, October 2006; Jazz Journal International, v. 59 no. 12, December 2006.

  • Hamill, Paul, composer, organist, choirmaster, and educator, d. 10/13/2003 in Great Barrington, MA; b. 6/10/1930 in Tobyhanna, PA. Diapason, v. 94 no. 12, December 2003.

  • Hamilton, Arthur J. (Artie), d. International Musician, v. 97 no. 4, Oct. 1998.

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

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    Composer and arranger, b. 1906. New York Times, 5/19/1999.
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    b. in Wilmington, DE. Downbeat, v. 72 no. 7, July 2005.
    Percy Leroy Heath. Jazz Journal International, v. 58 no. 7, July 2005.

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    b. Dwight Errington Myers 5/24/1967 in Mandeville, Jamaica. New York Times online, 11/8/2011 {http://www.nytimes.com/2011/11/09/arts/music/heavy-d-rap-star-dies-at-44.html}.

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