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  • Pablo, Augusto, Jamaican reggae musician and producer, d. 5/18/1999 at 46 in Kingston; b. Horace Swaby, 1953. New York Times, 5/20/1999.

  • Pabor, Charles W., d. 4/16/1995 at 83. American Organist, v. 29 no. 7, July 1995.

  • Paccagnini, Angelo, Italian composer, d. 7/2/1999 at 68 in Milan; b. 10/17/1930. Opera, v. 50 no. 10, Oct. 1999.

  • Pace, Bartell, d. International Musician, v. 96 no. 12, June 1998.

  • Pace, Pat, jazz keyboardist, d. 1/6/2006 in Akron, OH at 75. Cadence, v. 32 no. 8, August 2006.

  • Pacheco, John, d. 1997. International Musician, v. 96 no. 6, Dec. 1997.

  • Pacht, Newton, classical bassist, band musician, and law professor, d. 11/10/2006 in Washington, DC at 82; b. in Brooklyn, NY. washingtonpost.com, 11/19/2006 {http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2006/11/18/AR2006111800933.html}.

  • Paciocco, Anthony, d. International Musician, v. 97 no. 9, Mar. 1999.

  • Packard, Jarmila Daubek, opera administrator, d. 6/21/2003 in Manhattan; b. 9/25/1932 in Prague. Opera News, v. 68 no. 3, September 2003.

  • Packer, Glenn, d. International Musician, v. 97 no. 11, May 1999.

  • Packer, Janet, violinist, d. 6/20/2014 at 64. Boston Musical Intelligencer, 6/25/2014 {http://www.classical-scene.com/2014/06/25/packer-dies/}.

  • Packer, Ruth, soprano, d. at 94. Musical Times, v. 146, no. 1890, Spring 2005.

  • Packowski, Joseph J., polka accordionist, d. 11/7/2005 in Danvers, MA at 78; b. in Boston. Boston.com, 11/10/2005 {http://www.boston.com/news/globe/obituaries/articles/2005/11/10/joseph_packowski_played_accordion_in_polka_bands/}.

  • Paella, Natalo A., American trumpeter, d. 1/25/2001 at 73. Boston Globe, 1/28/2001.

  • Paepcke, Elizabeth Nitze, d. 6/18/1994 at 91. Darius Milhaud Society Newsletter, v. 10 no. 1-3, Spr.-Fall 1994.

  • Pagani, Lou, d. International Musician, v. 97 no. 6, Dec. 1998.

  • Pagano, Joseph, d. International Musician, v. 98 no. 5, Nov. 1999.

  • Page, Anita, actress in silents and movie musicals, d. 9/6/2008 in Los Angeles, CA at 98; b. Anita Evelyn Pomares 8/4/1910 in Queens, NY. washingtonpost.com, 9/8/2008 {http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2008/09/07/AR2008090700619.html}.

  • Page, Buck, cowboy singer, d. 8/21/2006 at 84. Rockabilly Hall of Fame, 8/22/2006 {http://www.rockabillyhall.com/TIDBITS.html}.
    also multi-instrumentalist, d. in Burbank, CA; b. 6/18/1922 in Pittsburgh, PA. latimes.com, 9/2/2006 {http://www.latimes.com/news/printedition/california/la-me-page2sep02,1,3093180.story}.

  • Page, Eddie Brown, III, d. International Musician, v. 96 no. 10, Apr. 1998.

  • Page, Eugene E., d. International Musician, v. 97 no. 5, Nov. 1998.
    Gene Page, American arranger, producer and songwriter, d. 1998? Playback, v. 5 no. 4, Oct.-Dec. 1998.

  • Page, Nathan, jazz guitarist, d. 3/8/2003 at 65. Cadence, v. 29 no. 6, June 2003.

  • Page, Patti, pop and country singer, d. 1/1/2013 in Encinitas, CA at 85; b. 11/8/1927 in Claremore, OK. STLtoday.com, 1/2/2013 {http://www.stltoday.com/entertainment/music/tennessee-waltz-singer-patti-page-dies-at/article_b94d2fdd-06ff-5213-9f70-535fc256d822.html}.
    b. Clara Ann Fowler. New York Times online, 1/2/2013 {http://www.nytimes.com/2013/01/03/arts/music/patti-page-singer-dies-at-85.html}.

  • Page, Ruth, d. 4/7/1991 at 91. 3/22/1900. Nuova Rivista Musicale Italiana, v. 26 no. 2, April-June 1992.

  • Pagliari, Renato, Italian-British pop and classical singer, d. 7/29/2009 in Tamworth, Staffordshire; b. 6/28/1940 in Rome. Independent online, 8/26/2009 {http://www.independent.co.uk/news/obituaries/renato-pagliari-singer-who-had-a-no-1-record-across-europe-alongside-rene-1777160.html}.

  • Pagliuca, Charles R., d. International Musician, v. 97 no. 9, Mar. 1999.
    Charles R. (Buddy Page) Pagliuca. International Musician, v. 97 no. 9, Mar. 1999.

  • Pahlen, Kurt, conductor and author, d. 7/24/2003 in Lenk, Switzerland at 96; b. in Vienna, Austria. AOL.com, 7/25/2003 {http://my.aol.com/news/news_story.psp?id=200307251443000124139}.
    also composer. Neue Zeitschrift für Musik, v. 164 no. 5, September/October 2003; Orchester, v. 51 no. 10, October 2003.
    b. 5/26/1907. Österreichische Musikzeitschrift, v. 58 no. 10, 2003.

  • Paich, Marty [Martin Louis Paich], d. 8/12/1995 at 70; b. 1/23/1925. Jazz Journal International, v. 48 no. 10, Oct. 1995.

  • Paik, Nam June, video artist and composer, d. 1/29/2006 in Miami, FL at 74; b. in Korea. STLtoday, 1/30/2006 {http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/O/OBIT_PAIK?SITE=MOSTP}.
    b. 1932 in Seoul, Korea. New York Times On the Web, 1/31/2006 {http://www.nytimes.com/2006/01/31/arts/design/31paik.html}.

  • Painter, Mildred I. Riddle, d. 10/2/1997. St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 10/5/1997

  • Painter, Roger Alan. see Williams, Rozz.

  • Paisley, Bob, bluegrass singer and guitarist, d. 11/29/2004 in Landenberg, PA at 73; b. in North Carolina. philly.com, 12/2/2004 {http://www.philly.com/mld/inquirer/news/obituaries/10316427.htm}.
    b. James Robert Paisley 3/14/1931 in western North Carolina. Sing Out! v. 49 no. 1, Spring 2005.

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

  • Pakledinaz, Martin, costume designer for Broadway, opera, and ballet, d. 7/8/2012 in New York, NY at 58. STLtoday.com, 7/10/2012 {http://www.stltoday.com/news/national/deaths-elsewhere/article_61d1f8a5-d95f-5241-a302-424778305858.html}.
    b. 9/1/1953 in Sterling Heights, MI. Opera, v. 63 no. 12, December 2012.

  • Pakosta, Henry, d. International Musician, v. 97 no. 8, Feb. 1999.

  • Palacio, Andy, Belizean singer and guitarist, d. 1/19/2008 in Belize City at 47; b. Andy Vivien Palacio 12/2/1960 in Barranco. Los Angeles Times online, 1/22/2008 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-palacio22jan22,1,7874879.story}.

  • Palankay, Klara, Hungarian mezzo, d. 1/24/2007 in Budapest at 85. Yahoo!News, 1/24/2007 {http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20070124/ap_en_mu/obit_palankay_1}.
    Klára Palánkay, d. at 82. Opernwelt, v. 48 no. 3, March 2007.

  • Palenicek, Josef, d. at 76. Orchester, 39/6, June 1991.
    d. 3/7/1991. Music News From Prague, 7-8, 1991.
    b. 7/19/1914. Nuova Rivista Musicale Italiana, v. 26 no. 2, April-June 1992.
    Páleníc_ek, MLA Notes, v. 49 no. 4, June 1993.

  • Palermino, Joe, jazz bassist, d. 9/19/2004 in North Reading, MA at 89. Cadence, v. 30 no. 11, November 2004.

  • Palestro, Mario, d. International Musician, v. 97 no. 10, Apr. 1999.

  • Palfi, Stevenson J., jazz documentarian, d. 12/14/2005 in New Orleans, LA at 53. New York Times On the Web, 12/29/2005 {http://www.nytimes.com/2005/12/29/arts/29palfi.html}; Sing Out!, v. 50 no. 1, Spring 2006; Cadence, v. 32 no. 2, February 2006.

  • Paliev, Dobri, d. 9/1997 at 69. Percussion News, Nov. 1997.

  • Palisca, Claude V., American musicologist, d. 1/11/2001 at 79. MLA-L, 1/15/2001; Musical Times, v. 142 no. 1874, Spring 2001.
    b. 11/24/1921 in Fiume (now Rijeka in Croatia). Early Music, v. 29 no. 2, May 2001.

  • Paliuca, Charles R., d. International Musician, v. 97 no. 8, Feb. 1999.

  • Palk, Bobby, d. 6/26/1992 at 66. Down Beat, v. 60 no. 4, April 1993.

  • Palladino, Carlo, d. 10/31/1995. Fronimo, v. 24 no.94, Jan. 1996.

  • Pallavicini, Vito, Italian songwriter, d. 8/16/2007 in Vigevano at 83. ANSA.it, 8/16/2007 {http://www.ansa.it/site/notizie/awnplus/musica/news/2007-08-16_116128909.html}.

  • Pallotta, Rico F., d. International Musician, v. 96 no. 11, May 1998.

  • Palm, Siegfried, German cellist, d. at 78; b. 1927. Strad, v. 116, no. 1384, August 2005.
    d. 6/6/2005 in Frechen-Buschbell, Germany; b. 4/25/1927 in Wuppertal, Germany. Opera News, v. 70 no. 3, September 2005.
    also opera administrator; b. in Barmen. Opera, v. 56 no. 9, September 2005.

  • Palmer, Betty M., d. International Musician, v. 97 no. 5, Nov. 1998.

  • Palmer, Bruce, rock bassist, d. 10/1/2004 in Belleville, Ontario at 58; b. 9/9/1946 in Toronto (or Nova Scotia). New York Times online, 10/16/2004 {http://www.nytimes.com/2004/10/16/arts/16palmer.html}; Boston.com, 10/17/2004 {http://www.boston.com/news/globe/obituaries/articles/2004/10/17/bruce_palmer_58_played_guitar_for_buffalo_springfield/}; Sing Out! v. 49 no. 1, Spring 2005.

  • Palmer, Christopher, d. 1/1995; b. 1944. Classic Tracks, v. 1 no. 2, March 1995.
    d. 1/22/1995 at 48. Gramophone, v. 72 no. 863, April 1995.

  • Palmer, Earl, R&B drummer, d. 9/19/2008 in Los Angeles, CA at 84. Reuters online, 9/19/2008 {http://www.reuters.com/article/mediaNews/idUSN1942415620080920}; BBC NEWS online, 9/20/2008 {http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/entertainment/7627400.stm}; Cadence, v. 35, no. 1-2-3, January-February-March 2009.
    b. 1924 in New Orleans, LA. New York Times online, 9/22/2008 {http://www.nytimes.com/2008/09/22/arts/music/22palmer.html}.
    d. at 83. Rolling Stone, no. 1063, 10/16/2008.

  • Palmer, Florence Mary ("Peggy") Spencer, d. 3/29/1987 at 86; b. 7//27/1900. Hymn, v. 44 no. 4, Oct. 1993.

  • Palmer, LaVerta Mae, d. 6/29/1992 at 76. St. Louis Post- Dispatch, 7/2/1992.

  • Palmer, R.H. Charles, Canadian organist-choirmaster, d. 3/30/1997 at 80 in Victoria, BC. American Organist, v. 30 no. 7, July 1997.

  • Palmer, Robert, American writer and woodwind player,
    d. 11/20/1997 at 52 in Valhalla, NY. Cadence, v. 24 no. 1, Jan. 1998.
    Music critic, historian, producer and teacher. New York Times, 11/21/1997.
    b. 1945. Spin, v. 14 no. 2, Feb. 1998. d. 10/20/1997. Journal of Country Music, v. 20 no. 1, 1998.

  • Palmer, Robert, British rock singer, d. 9/26/2003 in Paris at 54. New York Times online, 9/26/2003 {http://www.nytimes.com/aponline/arts/AP-Obit-Palmer.html}; STLtoday.com, 9/26/2003 {http://www.stltoday.com/stltoday/entertainment/stories.nsf/Entertainment/Music/3BB86BD0B19565CA86256DAD004949F1?OpenDocument}; AOL.com, 9/26/2003 {http://my.aol.com/news/news_story.psp?id=200309260847000195419}; Yahoo! News, 9/26/2003 {http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story2&u=/ap/20030926/ap_en_ot/obit_palmer&e=1}; boston.com, 9/27/2003 {http://www.boston.com/news/globe/obituaries/articles/2003/09/27/robert_palmer_54_british_rocker_had_string_of_80s_hits/}.
    b. 1949 in Batley, Yorkshire. CNN.com, 9/26/2003 {http://www.cnn.com/2003/SHOWBIZ/Music/09/26/britain.palmer/index.html}; Rolling Stone, no. 934, 10/30/2003.
    b. 1/19/1949. latimes.com, 9/27/2003 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-palmer27sep27,1,5562664.story}.
    b. Robert Allen Palmer. detnews.com, 9/27/2003 {http://www.detnews.com/2003/obituaries/0309/28/obituaries-282428.htm}.

  • Palmer, Scott, reggae bassist, d. 6/7/2006. johnbrownsbody.com, 6/7/2006 {http://www.johnbrownsbody.com/}.
    d. at 38. cmj.com, 6/7/2006 {http://www.cmj.com/articles/display_article.php?id=14047241}.

  • Palmer, Singleton, d. 3/8/1993 at 80; b. 11/13/1912. St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 3/10/1993.

  • Palmer, Thomas M., d. 6/11/1994. Opera News, v. 59 no. 4, Oct. 1994.
    b. 1935. Opera Quarterly, v. 10 no. 3, 1994.
    d. at 59. New York Times, 6/22/1994.

  • Palmer, Willard Aldrich, Jr., d. 4/1996; b. 1/31/1917. Clavier, v. 35 no. 10, Dec. 1996.

  • Palmer, William A., Jr., d. 4/30/1996. Accordian Music: Classical {http://www.th.rug.no/~nijhof/composed.html}

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

  • Palmieri, Guy D., d. International Musician, v. 97 no. 8, Feb. 1999.

  • Palsgrove, James, III, American church music director, d. 6/23/1998 in New York City. American Organist, v. 32 no. 10, Oct. 1998.

  • Palucca, Gret, d. at 91. IMZ Bulletin: Music in the Media, no. 5, 1993.

  • Palz, Harcourt M., d. International Musician, v. 96 no. 12, June 1998.

  • Pambrun, Marcella, d. 7/17/1996 at 68. American Organist, v. 30 no. 11, Nov. 1996.

  • 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.

  • Pamplin, Terry (Terence), instrument maker, piano tuner, and performer on various stringed instruments, d. 2004 at 62; b. 1941. Classical Guitar, v. 22 no. 10, June 2004.
    Terence M. Pamplin. Galpin Society Newsletter, no. 9, May 2004.

  • Panasevich, Leo, violinist, d. 5/5/2007 in Needham, MA at 85; b. in Brooklyn, NY. Boston.com, 5/20/2007 {http://www.boston.com/news/globe/obituaries/articles/2007/05/20/leo_panasevich_was_violinist_with_bso_for_46_years_at_85/}.

  • Panasiti, James A., d. International Musician, v. 96 no. 11, May 1998.

  • Pandit, Korla, Indian-American organist-pianist and star of early TV and radio, d. 10/1/1998 at 76. Jim Lokken {jlokken@pacbell.net} on PIPORG-L, 10/5/1998 from San Francisco Examiner, 10/5/1998.
    d. in Santa Rosa, CA. American Organist, v. 33 no. 1, Jan. 1999.

  • Panigrahi, Sanjukta, Indian classical dancer, d. 6/24/1997 at 65 in Bhubaneshwar, India. New York Times, 7/6/1997.

  • Pankratz, Frank, d. International Musician, v. 98 no. 6, Dec. 1999.

  • Panni, Adriana, d. Rassegna Musicale Curci, v. 48 no. 2, May 1995.

  • Panozzo, John, d. 7/16/1996 at 47. St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 7/17/1996.
    b. 1948. Rolling Stone, no. 742, 9/5/1996.

  • Pantscheff, Ljubomir, Bulgarian bass, d. 8/30/2003 in Vienna at 89; b. 1913 in Sofia, Bulgaria. Boston Globe Online, 8/31/2003 {http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/243/obituaries/L_Pantscheff_89_was_opera_singer+.shtml}.

  • Panufnik, Andrzej, Sir, d. 10/27/1991 at 77; b. 9/24/1914. New York Times, 10/29/1991.

  • Panzica, Jerry L., d. International Musician, v. 97 no. 5, Nov. 1998.

  • Paone, Nicola, Italian-American singer and restauranteur, d. 12/25/2003 in Albuquerque at 88; b. 1915 in Barnesboro, PA. New York Times online, 1/4/2004 {http://www.nytimes.com/2004/01/04/nyregion/04PAON.html}.

  • Papaioannou, Ioannis G., Greek musicologist, pianist and architect, d. 2/3/2000. Österreichische Musikzeitschrift, v. 55 no. 4, 2000.
    Yannis G. Papaioannou, city planner, d. at 85 in Athens.

  • Papakhian, Ralph, music librarian, d. 1/14/2010 in Bloomington, IN. Ralph Papakhian (actually his family) on FaceBook, 1/14/2010; Ruthann McTyre on MLA-L, 1/14/2010.
    Arsen (Ralph) Papakhian, b. 12/28/1948 in Detroit, MI. HeraldTimesOnline.com, 1/15/2010 {http://www.heraldtimesonline.com/stories/2010/01/15/obit.qp-0066611.sto}.

  • Papalia, Andrew, d. 1997. International Musician, v. 96 no. 6, Dec. 1997.
    Paplia. International Musician, v. 96 no. 7, Jan. 1998.

  • Papetti, Fausto, Italian saxophonist, d. 6/15/1999 at 76 in Ospedaletti. Jazz Magazine, no. 498, Nov. 1999.

  • Papich, Stephen, choreographer, producer, director, and biographer of Josephine Baker, d. 12/16/2005 in Los Angeles, CA at 80. New York Times On the Web, 1/22/2006 {http://www.nytimes.com/2006/01/22/arts/dance/22papich.html}.

  • Paponaud, Marcel, d. 1988; b. 1893. Orgue, no. 207, July-Sept. 1988.

  • Paradiso, Beverly, d. 8/4/1972 at 40. St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 8/7/1972.

  • Paranov, Moshe, d. 10/7/1994 at 98. New York Times, 10/10/1994.

  • Parcells, Elizabeth, American coloratura soprano, d. 12/29/2005 in Grosse Pointe Farms, MI at 54; b. 12/28/1951 in Detroit, MI. Boston.com, 1/8/2006 {http://www.boston.com/news/globe/obituaries/articles/2006/01/08/elizabeth_parcells_54_soprano_had_international_opera_career/}; Opera News, v. 70 no. 10, April 2006.

  • Parcells, Maria Teresa, pianist, violist, and piano teacher, d. 2/20/2008 in Baltimore, MD at 88; b. in Chicago, IL. washingtonpost.com, 3/2/2008 {http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2008/03/01/AR2008030101637_2.html}.

  • Paredes, Américo, Mexican-American folklorist and teacher of poetry, folklore and music, d. 5/5/1999 at 83 in Austin, TX; b. 9/3/1915. Latin American Music Review, v. 20 no. 2, Fall-Winter 1999.

  • Paredes, Carlos, Portuguese guitarist, d. 7/23/2004 in Lisbon, Portugal at 79; b. in Coimbra, Portugal. AOL.com, 7/23/2004 {http://my.aol.com/news/news_story.psp?id=2004072313170001851761}; latimes.com, 7/25/2004 {http://www.latimes.com/news/printedition/california/la-me-passings25.1jul25,1,4931604.story}; Boston.com, 7/24/2004 {http://www.boston.com/news/globe/obituaries/articles/2004/07/24/carlos_paredes_79_virtuoso_guitarist/}.
    b. 2/16/1925. Classical Guitar Magazine, v. 23 no. 1, September 2004.

  • Paredes, Robert, d. 2005; b. 1948. Open Space Magazine, no. 7, 2005.

  • Parghel, Anca, jazz vocalist, d. 12/5/2008 in Bucharest, Romania at 51. Cadence, v. 35, no. 1-2-3, January-February-March 2009.

  • 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.

  • Paris, Jackie, jazz singer, d. 6/17/2004 in Manhattan at 79; b. Carlo Jackie Paris in Nutley, NJ. Boston.com, 6/20/2004 {http://www.boston.com/news/globe/obituaries/articles/2004/06/20/jackie_paris_79_jazz_vocalist/}; latimes.com, 6/20/2004 {http://www.latimes.com/news/printedition/california/la-me-passings20.1jun20,1,2375692.story}; Down Beat, v. 71 no. 12, December 2004.
    b. 9/20/1924. New York Times online, 6/19/2004 {http://www.nytimes.com/2004/06/19/nyregion/19paris.html}.
    also guitarist, d. at 76. Cadence, v. 30 no. 8, August 2004; Jazz Journal International, v. 57 no. 8, August 2004.

  • Parish, Mitchell, d. 3/31/1993 at 92. St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 4/2/1993.
    b. 1900. Instrumentalist, v. 47 no. 10, May 1993.
    b. 7/10/1900. Jazz Journal International, v. 46 no. 6, June 1993.
    d. at 93. New York Times, 4/2/1993.

  • Parisi, James A., d. 6/21/1992 at 36. St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 7/4/1992.

  • Park, Arthur L., Jr., d. International Musician, v. 97 no. 7, Jan. 1999.

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

  • Park Yong-Ha, South Korean actor and singer, d. 6/30/2010? at 33. BBC News online, 6/30/2010 {http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/world/asia_pacific/10459061.stm}.

  • Parker, Billy, d. 5/7/1996 at 57. Cadence, v. 23 no. 1, Jan. 1997.

  • Parker, Brad, disco drummer, d. 9/23/2012 in Uba, Brazil at 59. Daily News America, 9/26/2012 {http://www.nydailynews.com/news/world/disco-drummer-brad-parker-suffers-fatal-heart-attack-stage-concert-brazil-article-1.1168528}.

  • Parker, Carl, d. International Musician, no. 5, Nov. 1999.

  • Parker, Chan [Mrs. Charlie Parker], d. 9/9/1999 at ca. 75. Cadence, v. 25 no. 10, Oct. 1999.
    d. at 74 in Etampes, France. Cadence, v. 25 no. 11, Nov. 1999.

  • Parker, Doris [3rd Mrs. Charlie Parker], American concert and festival organizer, d. 1/17/2000 at 77 in New York City. Down Beat, v. 67 no. 4, Apr. 2000.

  • Parker, Eleanor, singer and actress, d. 12/9/2013 in Palm Springs, CA at 91; b. 6/26/1922 in Cedarville, OH. Los Angeles Times online, 12/9/2013 {http://www.latimes.com/obituaries/la-me-eleanor-parker-20131210,0,454195.story}.
    Eleanor Jean Parker. Washington Post online, 12/9/2013 {http://www.washingtonpost.com/entertainment/eleanor-parker-oscar-nominated-actress-and-baroness-in-sound-of-music-dies-at-91/2013/12/09/e4a3fc34-c5db-11df-94e1-c5afa35a9e59_story.html}.

  • Parker, Errol, American percussionist-drummer, d. 6/30/1998 at 72 in New York City. Cadence, v. 28 no. 8, Aug. 1998.
    d. at 73. Orchester, v. 46 no. 9, 1998.

  • Parker, Frank, jazz drummer, d. 1/23/2001 at 81. Cadence, March 2001.

  • Parker, Frank, Jr., d. 3/4/1995 at 67; b. 11/13/1927. Piano Guild Notes, v. 44 no. 6, May-June 1995.

  • Parker, Glenn, d. 2/15/1996 at 40. MLA Notes, v. 53 no. 4, June 1997 New York Times, 2/25/1996.

  • Parker, Graydon, d. International Musician, v. 98 no. 4, Oct. 1999.

  • Parker, Johnny, jazz singer and songwriter, d. 5/30/2004 in New York City, NY at 82. Cadence, v. 30 no. 8, August 2004.

  • Parker, Johnny, jazz trumpeter, d. 3/21/2006 in New York City, NY at 78. Cadence, v. 32 no. 5, May 2006.

  • Parker, Johnny (John Robert), British jazz and blues pianist and bandleader, d. 6/11/2010 at 80; b. 11/6/1929 in Beckenham, Kent. guardian.co.uk, 6/21/2010 {http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/2010/jun/21/johnny-parker-obituary}.
    d. 6/4/2010 in London. Independent online, 7/2/2010 {http://www.independent.co.uk/news/obituaries/johnny-parker-versatile-pianist-who-helped-the-humphrey-lyttelton-band-move-away-from-their-staid-new-orleans-sound-2016356.html}.

  • Parker, Ralph, d. 8/5/1993. American Organist, v. 27 no. 11, Nov. 1993.

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    American trombonist, d. 1/16/1998 at 77. Cadence, v. 24 no. 10, Oct. 1998.

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    b. in Panama City, FL. Billboard.com, 7/26/2011 {http://www.billboard.com/news/dan-peek-co-founder-of-america-dead-at-60-1005293252.story}.
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    American bass player, d. in New York City. MLA Notes, v. 54 no. 4, June 1998 from New York Times, 1/27/1997.

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  • Peerce, Lonard "Lonnie", d. 5/31/1996 at 72; b. 1923. Bluegrass Unlimited, v. 31 no. 2, Aug. 1996.

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    Aladár Pege. Strad, v. 117, no. 1400, December 2006.

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    d. 3/1/2001 in Manhattan, KS. American Organist, July 2001.

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  • Perez, Selena Quintanilla. see Selena.

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