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  • Saal, Hubert, d. 5/4/1996 at 72. New York Times, 5/6/1996.

  • Saam, Frank E., violinist, d. 11/10/2006 in Lake Luzerne, NY at 79; b. in Quebec. Philly.com, 11/16/2006 {http://www.philly.com/mld/inquirer/news/local/states/pennsylvania/16022633.htm}; Strad, v. 118, no. 1401, January 2007.

  • 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.

  • Sabater, Jimmy, boogaloo singer and timbales player, d. 2/8/2012 in the Bronx, NY at 75; b. Jaime Sabater Gonzalez 4/11/1936 in Spanish Harlem, Manhattan, NY. New York Times online, 2/19/2012 {http://www.nytimes.com/2012/02/19/arts/music/jimmy-sabater-master-of-boogaloo-dies-at-75.html}.

  • Sabatine, William, d. International Musician, v. 97 no. 6, Dec. 1998.

  • Sabel, Barbara Monday, d. 7/13/1996. Opera News, v. 61 no. 7, 12/7/1996.

  • Sabin, E. Franklin, d. International Musician, v. 97 no. 7, Jan. 1999.

  • Sabin, Evelyn, American dancer and student of Martha Graham, d. 10/17/1998 at 90 in New York City. New York Times, 10/29/1998.

  • Sabinsky, Raymond, d. 1/9/1994 at 80. New York Times, 1/20/1994.

  • Sablon, Jean, d. 2/24/1994 at 87. New York Times, 2/26/1994.

  • Sabor, Norman, d. International Musician, v. 97 no. 6, Dec. 1998.

  • Sabri, Ghulam Farid, d. 4/5/1994. New York Times, 5/24/1994.

  • Sacchi, Franca, Italian soprano/mezzo, d. 10/5/2011 in Genoa at 89; b. in Genoa. Opera, v. 63 no. 1, January 2012.

  • Sacher, Gustav, d. 11/26/1993 at 95; b. 1898. Opera, v. 45 no. 3, March 1994.

  • Sacher, Paul, Swiss conductor and music and arts patron, d. 5/26/1999 at 93; b. 4/28/1906. New York Times, 5/27/1999.
    d. in Basel. Opera News, v. 64 no. 2, Aug. 1999.

  • Sacino, Daniel, d. 1997. International Musician, v. 96 no. 6, Dec. 1997.

  • Sack, Carl R., d. International Musician, v. 97 no. 2, Aug. 1998.

  • Sack, Winston W., d. International Musician, v. 97 no. 1, July 1998.

  • Sadi, Fats, jazz vibes player, d. 2/20/2009 in Belgium at 81. Cadence, v. 35 no. 7-8-9, July-August-September 2009.

  • Sadie, Stanley, musicologist, d. 3/21/2005 in Cossington, Somerset, England. Michael Ochs on MLA-L, 3/21/2005.
    d. at 74; b. 10/30/1930 in London. New York Times online, 3/23/2005 {http://www.nytimes.com/2005/03/23/arts/music/23sadie.html}; washingtonpost.com, 3/24/2005 {http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A61791-2005Mar23.html}; Cadence, v. 31 no. 5, May 2005; Gramophone, v. 83, no. 993, June 2005; American Organist, v. 39 no. 6, June 2005; Early Music America, v. 11 no. 2, Summer 2005; AMS Newsletter, v. 35 no. 2, August 2005.
    also critic. Strad, v. 116, no. 1381, May 2005; Opera News, v. 69 no. 12, June 2005; Musical Times, v. 146, no. 1891, Summer 2005; Opera, v. 56 no. 6, June 2005.
    also editor and teacher. Newsletter of the American Handel Society, v. 20 no. 1, April 2005.
    also CBMR International Advisory Board member; d. 3/20/2005. CBMR Digest, v. 18 no. 1, Spring 2005.

  • Sadin, Eugene J., d. International Musician, v. 96 no. 10, Apr. 1998.

  • Sadler, Malcolm, d. 11/1993. Strad, v. 105 no. 1245, Jan. 1994.

  • Sádlo, Miloš [Milos], cellist, d. 2003. Musical Times, v. 144, no. 1885, Winter 2003.
    b. 1912. Strad, v. 115, no. 1365, January 2004.

  • Sadowski, Kevin J., organist and choir director, d. 9/20/2003 in Erie, PA at 48; b. 1/18/1955 in Meadville, PA. American Organist, v. 38 no. 1, January 2004.

  • Saeverud, Harald, d. 3/27/1992 at 94. Nordic Sounds, no. 1, 1992.
    b. 1897. Fanfare, v. 21 no. 1, Sept.-Oct. 1997.

  • Saffiotti, Paola Amman, pianist and administrator, d. 9/5/2008 in Bethesda, MD at 83; b. in Milan, Italy. washingtonpost.com, 9/7/2008 {http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2008/09/06/AR2008090602808.html}; Chamber Music, v. 26 no. 1, January/February 2009.

  • Saffo, Sharon H. (Sharon Hope), d. 9/13/1992 at 47. St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 9/16/1992.

  • Safeer, Shirley, d. 1997. International Musician, v. 96 no. 6, Dec. 1997.

  • el-Safi, Wadih, Lebanese singer, d. 9/11/2013 in Beirut at 91; b. Wadih Francis 11/1/1921 in Niha. New York Times online, 10/14/2013 {http://www.nytimes.com/2013/10/15/arts/music/wadih-el-safi-91-a-favorite-singer-in-the-arab-world.html}.

  • Safranski, Irene H., vocalist, d. 7/24/2000 at 86 in Newport, RI. Cadence, v. 26 no. 9, Sept. 2000.

  • Sagi-Vela, Luis, Spanish tenor-baritone, d. 2/17/2013 in Madrid at 99; b. 2/17/1914 in Madrid. Opera, v. 64 no. 6, June 2013.

  • Sahm, Doug [Douglas], American rock guitarist, writer and bandleader, d. 11/28/1999 in Taos, NM; b. 11/6/1941. Rolling Stone, no. 832, 1/20/2000.
    d. 11/18/1999 at 58. Sing Out!, v. 44 no. 2, Winter 2000.

  • Said, Edward W., literary scholar and sometime musicologist, d. 9/24 or 25/2003 in New York City at 67; b. 1935 in Jerusalem. Yahoo! News, 9/26/2003 {http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&u=/ap/20030926/ap_on_re_us/deaths_18}; Musical Times, v. 144, no. 1885, Winter 2003.

  • Saidenberg, Daniel, American cellist and conductor d. 5/18/1997 at 90 in New York, NY. American Record Guide, v. 60 no. 5, Sept.-Oct. 1997.
    Canadian-born. MLA Notes, v. 54 no. 4, June 1998 from New York Times, 5/22/1997 & 5/23/1997.

  • Sailer, Friederike, d. at 74. Orchester, v. 42 no. 9, 1994.

  • Sain, Oliver, blues saxman and songwriter, also keyboardist, bandleader, producer, and arranger, d. 10/28/2003 in St. Louis, MO; b. in Dundee, MS. STLtoday.com, 10/29/2003 {http://www.stltoday.com/stltoday/entertainment/stories.nsf/Entertainment/Music/0C797BB5A65168E086256DCD00738455?OpenDocument}.
    b. 1932. Independent.co.uk, 11/1/2003 {http://news.independent.co.uk/people/obituaries/story.jsp?story=459345}.
    d. at 71. Cadence, v. 29 no. 12, December 2003.

  • Sainati, Edward, American writer for The Strad, d. 12/7/1996 at 73. Strad, v. 108 no. 1283, Mar. 1997.

  • Saintsbury, George Lewis, Rev., British actor, musical director, teacher, and priest, d. 6/4/2006 in London; b. 2/28/1911 in Edinburgh. Independent Online Edition, 6/20/2006 {http://news.independent.co.uk/people/obituaries/article1090909.ece}.

  • Sakai, Izumi, Japanese pop singer, d. 5/26/2007 in Tokyo at 40. Mainichi Daily News online, 5/28/2007 {http://www.legacy.com/spartanburg/obituaries.asp?Page=Lifestory&PersonID=88286414}.

  • Saks, Eli, d. International Musician, v. 97 no. 7, Jan. 1999.

  • Saks, Toby, cellist and administrator, d. 2013. Chamber Music, v. 30 no. 4, Fall 2013.

  • 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.

  • Salaman, Esther, British mezzo and teacher, d. 8/30/2005 in Highgate, London at 91; b. 3/21/1914 in Barley, Royston (Hertfordshire). Opera, v. 57 no. 2, February 2006.

  • Salamunovich, Paul, music director, d. 2014. Chamber Music, v. 31 no. 3, Summer 2014.

  • Salathiel, Lyndon S., d. 12/17/1994 at 86. American Organist, v. 29 no. 5, May 1995.

  • Salb, Walter, big band drummer, bandleader, and teacher, d. 8/10/2006 in Washington, DC at 79; b. Thomas Walter Salb Jr. in Washington, DC. washingtonpost.com, 8/27/2006 {http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2006/08/26/AR2006082600725_5.html}.

  • Salbert, Dieter, German composer, d. 7/6/2006 at 73; b. in Berlin. Orchester, v. 54 no. 10, October 2006.

  • Salchow, William, bow maker, d. 2014. Chamber Music, v. 31 no. 3, Summer 2014.

  • Saldari, Luciano, d. 12/20/1996 at 63; b. 12/9/1933. Opera, v. 48 no. 4, Apr. 1997.
    Italian tenor, d. 12/19/1996 in Genoa, Italy. Opera News, v. 62 no. 6, 12/6/1997.

  • Salemi, Pete, jazz trombonist, d. 2002? in Coventry, RI at 100. Cadence, v. 29 no. 3, March 2003.

  • Salemme, Pellegrino (Bill), d. International Musician, v. 98 no. 3, Sept. 1999.

  • Salen, "Tuff" Jeff, punk guitarist and bandleader, d. 1/26/2008 at 55. BLABBERMOUTH.NET, 1/30/2008 {http://www.roadrunnerrecords.com/blabbermouth.net/news.aspx?mode=Article&newsitemID=89628}.

  • Sales, Grover, jazz critic, d. 2/14/2004 in Tiburon, CA at 84. Cadence, v. 30 no. 4, April 2004.

  • Salgo, Sandor, conductor, d. 1/20/2007 in Stanford, CA at 97; b. 1909 in Budapest, Hungary. marinij.com, 1/24/2007 {http://www.marinij.com/marin/ci_5074083}.

  • Salim, Yusuf, jazz pianist, d. 7/31/2008 in Durham, NC at 79. Cadence, v. 34 no. 10-11-12, October-November-December 2008.

  • Salin, Bernie C., d. International Musician, v. 97 no. 11, May 1999.

  • Salisbury, Barbara, British rock publicist, d. 11/28?/2007 in Lowestoft at ca. 57 or 58; b. in Taunton, Somerset. Guardian Unlimited, 11/29/2007 {http://www.guardian.co.uk/otherlives/story/0,,2218718,00.html}.

  • Sallier, Robert Wade, composer, accompanist, and music director, d. 11/9/2005 in St. Louis, MO at 62; b. in Orange, TX. STLtoday.com, 11/11/2005 {http://www.stltoday.com/stltoday/news/stories.nsf/deathsobituaries/story/C6B2FA4A87F19881862570B600197CEF?OpenDocument}.

  • Salmen, Walter, German musicologist, d. 2/2/2013 in Leiden; b. 9/20/1926 in Paderborn. Musikforschung, v. 66 no. 3, 2013.

  • Salmon, Ron, d. 7/20/1997 at 66; b. 8/1930. Jazz Journal International, v. 50 no. 9, Sept. 1997.

  • Salomon, Margaret, violist and teacher, d. 1/15/2011 in St. Louis, MO at 81; b. in Allentown, PA. STLtoday.com, 1/19/2011 {http://www.stltoday.com/news/local/obituaries/article_f4526196-77e3-5b91-bcb4-291e4bae7b16.html}.

  • Salomon-Lindberg, Paula, German oratorio and concert singer, d. 4/17/2000 at 102. Opernwelt, v. 41 no. 6, June 2000.

  • Salpeter, Max, British violinist and orchestra leader, d. 1/1/2010 at 101; b. 4/16/1908 in Whitechapel. Telegraph.co.uk, 2/9/2010 {http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/obituaries/culture-obituaries/music-obituaries/7198718/Max-Salpeter.html}.

  • Salter, Hans, d. at 98. Orchester, v. 42 no. 10, 1994.
    Hans J. Salter, d. 7/23/1994. New York Times, 7/28/1994.

  • Salter, Lionel, British record reviewer, d. at 85. Classical Guitar, v. 18 no. 8, Apr. 2000.
    Lionel Salter, d. 3/1/2000 in London; b. 9/8/1914 in London. The Musical Times, Summer 2000.

  • Salter, Richard, British baritone, d. 2/1/2009 in Karlsruhe, Germany at 65; b. 11/12/1943 in Hindhead, Surrey. Opera, v. 60 no. 4, April 2009.

  • Salvador, Henri, French popular singer, d. 2/13/2008 in Paris at 90; b. 7/18/1917 in French Guiana. STLtoday.com, 2/13/2008 {http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/O/OBIT_SALVADOR?SITE=MOSTP}; BBC NEWS online, 2/13/2008 {http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/entertainment/7243477.stm}.
    also songwriter, dancer, pantomime artist, and television personality; b. Henri Gabriel Salvador in Cayenne, French Guiana. washingtonpost.com, 2/14/2008 {http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2008/02/13/AR2008021303199.html}.
    also guitarist. Cadence, v. 34 no. 4/5/6, April/May/June 2008.

  • Salvador, Mario, organist/director of music at the St. Louis New Cathedral for more than 50 years, d. 7/29/1999 in St. Louis, MO, at 82. American Organist, v. 35 no. 2, February 2001.

  • Salvador, Sal, American guitarist, d. 9/22/1999 at 73 in Stamford, CT. Cadence, v. 25 no. 11, Nov. 1999.

  • Salvadori, Antonio, Italian baritone, d. 11/21/2006 at Pianiga (Venice) at 57; b. 7/13/1949 in Mirano, near Venice. Opera, v. 48 no. 4, April 2007.

  • Salvatore, Anthony, American recording engineer, d. 11/18/1998 at 77 in Hackensack, NJ. New York Times, 11/29/1998.

  • Salvetta, Alide Maria, d. 3/19/1991 at 49; b. 3/22/1941. Nuova Rivista Musicale Italiana, v. 26 no. 2, April-June 1992.

  • Salvignol-Nisse, Danielle, French organist, teacher and composer, d. 6/26/1996 at 52; b. 1/29/1944. Orgue, no. 240, Oct.-Dec. 1996.

  • Salzedo, Leonard, British composer, d. 5/6/2000 at 78; b. 9/24/1921. Music & Vision, 5/2000.
    Leonard Lopes Salzedo, composer, d. 5/6/2000 in Bedfordshire; b. 9/24/1921 in London. The Musical Times, Summer 2000.

  • Salzman, Pnina, Israeli pianist and teacher, d. 12/16/2006 in Tel Aviv at 84; b. in Tel Aviv. HAARETZ.com, 12/17/2006 {http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/pages/ShArt.jhtml?itemNo=801973}.

  • Salzwedel, Altus, d. International Musician, v. 97 no. 9, Mar. 1999.

  • Samaritani, Pierluigi, d. 1/5/1994 at 51; b. 9/29/1942. Opera, v. 45 no. 3, March 1994.
    Pier Luigi Samaritani. Nuova Rivista Musicale Italiana, v. 28 no. 2, April-June 1994.

  • Sambach, Clyde J. "Cj", organist, choir director, chorister, organ consultant, and accountant, d. 2/27/2009 in Brick, NJ at 60; b. in New Hyde Park, NY. American Organist, v. 43 no. 5, May 2009.

  • Samohyl, Franz, Austrian violin pedagogue, d. 6/14/1999; b. 1911. Österreichische Musikzeitschrift, v. 54 no. 7-8, 1999.

  • Sampson, Caleb, d. International Musician, v. 97 no. 2, Aug. 1998.

  • Sampson, Peggie, Canadian gambist, cellist, and teacher, d. 2004; b. 1912. VdGSA News, v. 41 no. 2, June 2004.

  • Sampson, Tommy, jazz bandleader, vocalist, and cornetist, d. 10/21/2008 in Scotland at 90. Cadence, v. 35, no. 1-2-3, January-February-March 2009.

  • Sams, Eric, musicologist and Shakespeare scholar, d. 9/13/2004; b. 5/3/1926 in Walthamstow, London. Gramophone, v. 82, no. 986, November 2004; Musical Times, v. 146, no. 1890, Spring 2005.

  • Samuel, Gerhard, conductor and composer, d. 3/25/2008 in Seattle, WA at 83; b. in Bonn, Germany. seattletimes.com, 3/27/2008 {http://archives.seattletimes.nwsource.com/cgi-bin/texis.cgi/web/vortex/display?slug=samuelobit27&date=20080327}.

  • Samuel, Harold, American music librarian and musicologist, d. 4/20/1999 in Hamden, CT. Lenore Coral {lfc1@cornell.edu} on MLA-L, 4/21/1999.
    d. at 75; b. 4/12/1924. New York Times, 4/24/1999.
    Harold E. Samuel. AMS Newsletter, v. 29 no. 2, Aug. 1999.

  • Samuel, Keith, jazz trombonist, d. 1/30/2006 in England at 66. Cadence, v. 32 no. 5, May 2006.

  • Samwell, Ian, British rock guitarist and songwriter, d. 3/13/2003 in Sacramento, CA at 66; b. in Britain. latimes.com, 3/16/2003 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-samwell16mar16,1,346259.story}.

  • Sanburn, Margaret, d. International Musician, v. 96 no. 8, Feb. 1998.

  • Sanchez, Adan, balladeer, d. 3/27/2004 in Sinaloa, Mexico at 19. AOL.com, 3/28/2004 {http://my.aol.com/news/news_story.psp?id=2004032819460001097127}.

  • Sanchez, Armando, d. 1997. International Musician, v. 96 no. 6, Dec. 1997.

  • Sanchez, Bobby, d. 10/1/1993 at 70. Jazz Magazine, no. 435, March 1994.

  • Sand, Barbara, writer on music, d. 12/22/2003 in New York at 73. American Record Guide, v. 67 no. 2, March/April 2004; Chamber Music, v. 21 no. 3, June 2004.
    Barbara L. Sand, also teacher, bow restorer, and concert organiser; b. 1930 in South Africa. Strad, v. 115, no. 1367, March 2004.

  • Sandall, Robert Paul, British rock critic, author, record company administrator, and television presenter, d. 7/20/2010 at 58; b. 6/9/1952 at Pinner, London. Telegraph.co.uk, 7/21/2010 {http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/obituaries/culture-obituaries/music-obituaries/7903300/Robert-Sandall.html}.

  • Sandbach, Neale, jazz recording engineer/producer, d. 5/2004 in Sydney at around 40. Cadence, v. 30 no. 7, July 2004.

  • Sandbothe, Gerald E., d. 1995; b. 1919. Missouri School Music, v. 50 no. 3, Spring 1996.

  • Sandeen, Darrell, actor and singer, d. 1/26/2009 in Los Angeles, CA at 78; b. in Chicago, IL. Variety online, 2/10/2009 {http://www.variety.com/article/VR1117999943.html}.

  • Sander, Alexander, Austrian conductor, d. 8/7/1999 at 59 in Munich, Germany; b. 1940. Opera, v. 51 no. 2, Feb. 2000.

  • Sanderling, Kurt, German conductor, d. in Berlin at 98; b. 9/19/1912 in East Prussia. n-tv online, 9/18/2011 {http://www.n-tv.de/panorama/Kurt-Sanderling-ist-tot-article4330961.html}.
    d. 9/17/2011. Slipped Disc blog, 9/18/2011 {http://www.artsjournal.com/slippeddisc/2011/09/breaking-great-conductor-dies.html}.
    b. in Arys, East Prussia (now Orzysz, Poland). Los Angeles Times online, 9/19/2011 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-kurt-sanderling-20110919,0,4340423.story}; New York Times online, 9/20/2011 {http://www.nytimes.com/2011/09/20/arts/music/kurt-sanderling-eastern-bloc-conductor-dies-at-98.html}; Opera, v. 63 no. 2, February 2012.

  • Sanders, George, d. 6/16/1994 at 85. Down Beat, v. 61 no. 9, Sept. 1994.

  • Sanders, Hugh, American music educator and conductor, d. 8/30/2001; b. 3/10/1935. Choral Journal, v. 42 no. 4, November 2001.

  • Sanders, J.R. "Jelly", d. 8/30/1996. Journal of Country Music, v. 19 no. 2, 1997.

  • Sanders, John Derek, British organist, choral and orchestral conductor, composer, and professor of music, d. 12/23/2003; b. 11/26/1933 in Wanstead. Organ, v. 81, no. 327, February-April 2004.

  • Sanders, Marcella Ann, American organist and pianist, d. 12/15/1997 in St. Louis, MO. St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 12/16/1997.

  • Sanders, Neill J., d. 4/19/1992 at 68; b. 11/24/1923. International Horn Society Newsletter, v. 22 no. 4, June 1992.

  • Sanders, Samuel, American pianist-accompanist, d. 7/9/1999 at 62 in New York City; b. 6/27/1937. Opera News, v. 64 no. 3, Sept. 1999.

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

  • Sanderson, George J., d. International Musician, v. 97 no. 10, Apr. 1999.

  • Sanderson, Nick (Nicholas Robert), British punk rock singer, d. 6/8/2008 in London; b. 4/22/1961 in Sheffield, South Yorkshire. Independent Online, 6/18/2008 {http://www.independent.co.uk/news/obituaries/nick-sanderson-singer-with-art-rockers-earl-brutus-849176.html}.

  • Sandford, Gordon Thomas, gambist, musicologist, and early music specialist, d. 3/3/2004 at 74; b. 10/21/1929 in Upland California. VdGSA News, v. 41 no. 2, June 2004.

  • Sandifur, Donald, d. International Musician, v. 98 no. 3, Sept. 1999.

  • Sandman, Mark, American rock band singer, d. 7/3/1999 at 47 near Rome, Italy. St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 7/5/1999.
    American rock band leader, guitarist and slide bass player, d. in Palestrina, Italy. New York Times, 7/6/1999.
    d. at 46. Spin, v. 15 no. 10, Oct. 1999.

  • Sandole, Dennis, jazz guitarist, d. 9/30/2000 at 87 in Philadelphia, PA. Cadence, v. 26 no. 11, Nov. 2000.
    d. 10/7/2000. Down Beat, v. 68 no. 1, Jan. 2001.

  • Sandor, Gyorgy, pianist and teacher, d. 12/9/2005 in Manhattan at 93; b. in Budapest. New York Times On the Web, 12/14/2005 {http://www.nytimes.com/2005/12/14/arts/music/14sandor.html}; washingtonpost.com, 12/15/2005 {http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2005/12/14/AR2005121402269.html}.
    György Sándor; b. 9/21/1912. Gramophone, v. 83, no. 1002, February 2006; Musical Times, v. 147, no 1894, Spring 2006.

  • Sandro, Argentine singer, guitarist, and actor, the "Argentine Elvis", d. 1/4/2010 in Mendoza at 64; b. Roberto Sanchez 1945 in Buenos Aires. New York Times online, 1/4/2010 {http://www.nytimes.com/aponline/2010/01/04/arts/AP-LT-Argentina-Obit-Sandro.html}; STLtoday.com, 1/5/2010 {http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/L/LT_ARGENTINA_OBIT_SANDRO?SITE=MOSTP}; Hollywood Reporter online, 1/5/2010 {http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/hr/content_display/news/e3i856fd022b069b3fe2df51e3d09e5a21f}.

  • Sands, Carl B., d. International Musician, v. 96 no. 10, Apr. 1998.

  • Sangiacomo, Elsa Olivieri, d. at 102. Bradley Short from Italian newspapers {Brad-Short@library.wustl.edu}, 4/1/1996.
    Elsa Respighi, d. at 101. Gramophone, v. 74 no. 878, July 1996.
    d. 3/17/1996 at 101; b. 3/24/1894. Opera, v. 24 no. 7, July 1996.

  • Sankey, Stuart, bassist, d. 5/1/2000. The Strad, July 2000.

  • Sanjust, Filippo, d. 11/1992 at 67; b. 9/9/1925. Opera, v. 44 no. 7, July 1993.
    d. 11/29/1992. Nuova Rivista Musicale Italiana, v. 27 no. 3, July-Sept. 1993.

  • Sannella, Ted, d. Sing Out!, v. 40 no. 4, Feb.-April 1996.

  • Sano, Kemoko, African choreographer and director, d. 5/25/2006 in Conakry, Republic of Guinea in his mid-70s, b. in a village near Macenta, Guinea. New York Times On the Web, 6/10/2006 {http://www.nytimes.com/2006/06/10/arts/10sano.html}.

  • Sansom, Gillian, d. Strad, v. 104 no. 1243, Nov. 1993.

  • Sansone, Diego, d. International Musician, v. 96 no. 11, May 1998.

  • Sansone, Julia, d. 1997. International Musician, v. 96 no. 6, Dec. 1997.

  • Sansone, Vito, d. International Musician, v. 97 no. 1, July 1998.

  • Santamaria, Mongo, Cuban jazz percussionist, d. 2/1/2003 in Miami at 85; b. Ramon Santamaria in Havana, Cuba. New York Times online, 2/3/2003 {http://www.nytimes.com/2003/02/03/obituaries/03SANT.html}; CBMR Digest, v. 16 no. 1, Spring 2003.
    also bandleader, b. 4/7/1922. Independent.co.uk, 2/4/2003 {http://news.independent.co.uk/people/obituaries/story.jsp?story=375379}; Orchester, v. 51 no. 4, April 2003.
    d. in the Miami area at 80. latimes.com, 2/4/2003 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-mongo4feb04,0,7176867.story}; Boston Globe Online, 2/5/2003 {http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/036/obituaries/Mongo_Santamaria_fused_Latin_jazz_music+.shtml}.
    d. 2/2/2003. Cadence, v. 29 no. 3, March 2003.

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  • Small, Howard K., d. International Musician, v. 96 no. 11, May 1998.

  • Small, Michael, film composer, d. 11/25/2003 in New York City at 64; b. in New York City. Boston.com, 12/5/2003 {http://www.boston.com/news/globe/obituaries/articles/2003/12/05/michael_small_64_composed_film_scores/}.
    b. 5/30/1939. latimes.com, 12/5/2003 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-small5dec05,1,2319219.story}.
    also composed for TV. New York Times online, 12/15/2003 {http://www.nytimes.com/2003/12/15/movies/15SMAL.html}.

  • Smalls, Biggie. see Wallace, Christopher.

  • Smart, Robert, d. 7/11/1991 at 63. American Organist, v. 25 no. 10, Oct. 1991.

  • Smathers, Luke, American fiddler and trumpeter, d. 7/17/1997 at 83 in Asheville, NC; b. 1914. Sing Out!, v. 42 no. 3, Winter 1997.

  • Smeck, Roy, d. ASCAP Playback, v. 1 no. 2, May-June 1994.
    d. 4/5/1994 at 94. New York Times, 4/8/1994.

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  • Smit, Leo, American pianist and composer, d. 12/12/1999 at 77; b. 1/12/1921. Gramophone, v. 77 no. 926, Apr. 2000.
    Music educator, d. at 78. American Record Guide, v. 63 no. 3, May-June 2000.

  • Smith, Alan, British jazz drummer, d. 12/20/2000. Jazz Journal International, v. 54 no. 3, March 2001.

  • Smith, Alice Perkins, organist and choirmaster, d. in Media, PA at 87; b. in Texas. philly.com, 6/9/2006 {http://www.philly.com/mld/inquirer/news/obituaries/14774822.htm}.
    d. 6/6/2006; b. 1918 in Laredo, TX. American Organist, v. 40 no. 9, September 2006.

  • Smith, Arthur, country guitarist, banjo player, songwriter, and radio host, d. 4/3/2014 in Charlotte, NC at 93; b. 4/1/1921 in Clinton, SC. Los Angeles Times online, 4/5/2014 {http://www.latimes.com/obituaries/la-me-passings-20140406,0,7523902.story}; New York Times online, 4/8/2014 {http://www.nytimes.com/2014/04/09/arts/music/arthur-smith-dies-at-93-wrote-dueling-banjos.html}; CharlotteObserver.com, 4/3/2014 {http://www.charlotteobserver.com/2014/04/03/4815965/charlottes-arthur-smith-who-wrote.html}.

  • Smith, Audrey A., d. International Musician, v. 98 no. 2, Aug. 1999.

  • Smith, "Barkin' Bill", blues vocalist, d. 4/24/2000 in Chicago. Sing Out!, v. 44 no. 3, Spring 2000.

  • Smith, Barron, organist and teacher, d. 9/1/2008 in San Carlos, CA at 81; b. 1927 in Florida. American Organist, v. 42 no. 12, December 2008.

  • Smith, Bennie, blues guitarist, d. 9/10/2006 in St. Louis, MO at 72; b. 10/1933 in St. Louis. STLtoday.com, 9/11/2006 {http://www.stltoday.com/stltoday/entertainment/stories.nsf/music/story/F75E1DB1A9451BE2862571E6001C6D17?OpenDocument}; USATODAY.com, 9/12/2006 {http://www.usatoday.com/life/people/2006-09-12-bennie-smith-obit_x.htm}; suntimes.com, 9/13/2006 {http://chicagosuntimes.com/output/obituaries/cst-nws-xsmith13.html}; Boston.com, 9/14/2006 {http://www.boston.com/news/globe/obituaries/articles/2006/09/14/bennie_smith_72_guitar_legend_played_with_chuck_berry/}; Cadence, v. 32 no. 10, October 2006.

  • Smith, Bernard E., American organist, d. 3/20/1999 at 77 in Pinellas Park, FL. American Organist, v. 34 no. 1, Jan. 2000.

  • Smith, Bernard L., d. International Musician, v. 97 no. 11, May 1999.

  • Smith, Betty, British jazz saxophonist, vocalist, and bandleader, d. 1/21/2011 in Kirby Muxloe, Leistershire; b. 7/6/1928 in Sileby, Leicestershire. Independent online, 1/28/2011 {http://www.independent.co.uk/news/obituaries/betty-smith-saxophonist-and-singer-hailed-for-her-improvisational-panache-2196497.html}.

  • Smith, Bobbie (Robert), soul singer, d. 3/16/2013 in Orlando, FL at 76; b. 4/10/1936 in Georgia. Detroit News online, 3/18/2013 {http://www.detroitnews.com/article/20130318/OBITUARIES/303180410/1361/Bobbie-Smith--member-of-music-group--The-Spinners---dies-in-Florida}; Los Angeles Times online, 3/18/2013 {http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/music/posts/la-et-ph-spinners-singer-bobbie-smith-dies-20130318,0,4162671.story}.
    b. Robert Steel Smith in Abbeyville, GA. New York Times online, 3/20/2013 {http://www.nytimes.com/2013/03/21/arts/music/bobbie-smith-voice-of-the-spinners-dies-at-76.html}.

  • Smith, Bobby, d. 6/24/1992. Journal of Country Music, v. 15 no. 2, [c1993].

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

  • Smith, Buster, jazz drummer, d. 7/7/2003 in Englewood, NJ at 71. Cadence, v. 29 no. 9, September 2003.

  • Smith, Byron, folk bassist and producer, d. 10/5/2003 at 56. Sing Out! v. 48 no. 1, Spring 2004.

  • Smith, Cal, country singer, d. 10/10/2013 near Branson, MO at 81; b. Calvin Grant Shofner 4/7/1932 in Gans, OK. Billboard online, 10/11/2013 {http://www.billboard.com/articles/columns/the-615/5755310/country-bumpkin-singer-cal-smith-dies-at-81}.

  • Smith, Carl, country singer and guitarist, also actor and television host, d. 1/16/2010 in Franklin, TN at 82; b. 1927 in Maynardville, TN. TuneInMusicCity blog, 1/17/2010 {http://blogs.tennessean.com/tunein/2010/01/17/country-music-hall-of-famer-carl-smith-dies-at-82/}; WSMV online, 1/17/2010 {http://www.wsmv.com/news/22259322/detail.html}; STLtoday.com, 1/18/2010 {http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/U/US_OBIT_CARL_SMITH?SITE=MOSTP}; The Boot blog, 1/17/2010 {http://www.theboot.com/2010/01/17/carl-smith-dead/}.
    Carl M. Smith; b. 3/15/1927. New York Times online, 1/19/2010 {http://www.nytimes.com/2010/01/19/arts/music/19smith.html}; washingtonpost.com, 1/23/2010 {http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/01/22/AR2010012204551.html}.

  • Smith, Carleton Sprague, d. MLA-L, 9/23/1994.
    d. 9/19/1994 at 89. New York Times, 9/21/1994.
    b. 1905. MLA Notes, v. 51 no. 3, March 1995.

  • Smith, Carrie Louise, jazz and blues singer, d. 5/20/2012 in Englewood, NJ at 86; b. 8/25/1925 in Fort Gaines, GA. New York Times online, 5/26/2012 {http://www.nytimes.com/2012/05/27/arts/music/carrie-smith-singer-in-black-and-blue-dies-at-86.html}; Chamber Music, v. 29 no. 4, Summer 2012.

  • Smith, Carson, American bassist, d. 11/2/1997 at 66. Cadence, v. 23 no. 12, Dec. 1997.
    Carson Raymond Smith, b. 1/9/1931. Jazz Journal International, v. 51 no. 2, Feb. 1998.

  • Smith, (Claydes) Charles, rock guitarist and songwriter, d. 6/20/2006 in Maplewood, NJ at 57; b. 9/6/1948 in Jersey City, NJ. AOL.com, 6/23/2006 {http://news.aol.com/entertainment/music/articles/_a/charles-smith-kool-and-the-gang/20060623173409990001}; CNN.com, 6/23/2006 {http://www.cnn.com/2006/SHOWBIZ/Music/06/23/obit.smith.ap/index.html}; latimes.com, 6/23/2006 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-passings23.2jun23,0,6289380.story}; New York Times On the Web, 6/23/2006 {http://www.nytimes.com/2006/06/23/arts/music/23smith.html}; New York Sun online, 6/23/2006 {http://www.nysun.com/article/34990}; Rolling Stone, no. 1004-1005, 7/13-27/2006; Cadence, v. 32 no. 8, August 2006.

  • Smith, Charles, percussionist, d. 6/29/2008 at 88; b. 6/30/1919 in Newark, NJ. PAS.org, 2008 {http://www.pas.org/News/InMemoriam.cfm}.

  • Smith, Charles Edward Henry, d. 4 [or] 5/17/1993 at 79; b. 7/18/1913. Classical Guitar, v. 11 no. 11, July 1993.
    d. 5/17/1993. Classical Guitar, v. 11 no. 12, Aug. 1993.

  • Smith, Christine Johnson, Broadway performer, d. 6/9/2010 in Owensboro, KY at 98; b. in Hopkinsville, KY. STLtoday.com, 6/10/2010 {http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/U/US_OBIT_CHRISTINE_JOHNSON_SMITH?SITE=MOSTP}; Messenger-Inquirer.com, 6/11/2010 {http://www.messenger-inquirer.com/articles/2010/06/11/obituaries/16967345.txt}; Chicago Sun-Times online, 6/11/2010 {http://www.suntimes.com/news/obituaries/2380812,CST-NWS-xsmith11.article}.
    b. 9/8/1911. New York Times online, 6/11/2010 {http://www.nytimes.com/2010/06/12/arts/12smith.html}.

  • Smith, Colin, jazz trumpeter, d. 3/29/2004 in London; b. 11/20/1934 in London. Jazz Journal International, v. 57 no. 6, June 2004.
    d. 3/24/2004 at 69. Cadence, v. 30 no. 7, July 2004.

  • Smith, Craig, conductor and pianist, d. 11/14/2007 in Boston, MA at 60; b. 1947 in Lewiston, ID. Boston.com, 11/15/2007 {http://www.boston.com/bostonglobe/obituaries/articles/2007/11/15/craig_smith_60_with_emmanuel_he_created_a_nexus_of_joy_and_music/}; Chamber Music, v. 25 no. 1, February 2008.
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  • Smith, Dallas, bluegrass bandleader, d. 2/2/2002 at 67. Sing out! v. 46 no. 2, Summer 2002.

  • Smith, Dan J., Rev., d. 1994; b. 1911. Sing Out!, v. 39 no. 4, Feb.-April 1995.

  • Smith, David Rae, d. 2/14/1996. Opera News, v. 61 no. 1, July 1996.
    American baritone, d. at 65 in New York City. MLA Notes, v. 53 no. 4, June 1997 from New York Times, 2/17/1996.

  • Smith, David, d. Choir & Organ, v. 2 no. 3, June 1994.

  • Smith, Delos V., Jr., d. 9/13/1997 at 93; b. 6/2/1906. St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 9/19/1997.

  • Smith, Diana Barker, pianist, d. 2007? Chamber Music, v. 25 no. 1, February 2008.

  • Smith, Donald, Australian tenor, d. 12/1/1998 at 76 in Brisbane; b. 7/27/1920. Opera, v. 50 no. 7, July 1999.

  • Smith, Donald F., promoter of cabaret, d. 3/13/2012 in Manhattan at 79; b. 10/7/1932 in New Bedford, MA. New York Times online, 3/13/2012 {http://www.nytimes.com/2012/03/14/arts/music/donald-f-smith-champion-of-cabaret-dies-at-79.html}.

  • Smith, Elliott, rock singer and songwriter, d. 10/21/2003 in Los Angeles at 34; b. Steven Paul Smith in Nebraska. AOL.com, 10/22/2003 {http://my.aol.com/news/news_story.psp?id=200310221214000100714}; CNN.com, 10/22/2003 {http://www.cnn.com/2003/SHOWBIZ/Music/10/22/obit.elliott.smith.ap/}; latimes.com, 10/23/2003 {http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-smith23oct23,1,6636500.story}; washingtonpost.com, 10/23/2003 {http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A3508-2003Oct22.html}; Rolling Stone, no. 936, 11/27/2003; Sing Out! v. 48 no. 1, Spring 2004.
    b. 8/6/1969 in Omaha, NE. Independent.co.uk, 10/23/2003 {http://news.independent.co.uk/people/obituaries/story.jsp?story=456271}.

  • Smith, Erik, record producer, d. 5/4/2004; b. 3/25/1931 in Rostock, Germany. Gramophone, v. 82, no. 981, July 2004.

  • Smith, Ernie, authority on jazz, d. 4/8/2004 in the Bronx at 79. New York Times online, 4/14/2004 {http://www.nytimes.com/2004/04/14/arts/dance/14SMIT.html}; Cadence, v. 30 no. 6, June 2004.

  • Smith, Ethel, d. 5/17/1996 at 85. Charlie Lester {rockmore@earthlink.net} on PIPORG-L, 5/23/1996.
    b. 1910. Dave Schutt {schutt@netcom.com} on PIPORG-L, 5/23/1996.
    American theatrical and radio organist, d. in Palm Beach, FL. American Organist, v. 30 no. 8, Aug. 1996.

  • Smith, Eugene, gospel singer, d. 5/9/2009 in Chicago, IL at 88; b. 4/22/1921 in Chicago, IL. New York Times online, 5/12/2009 {http://www.nytimes.com/2009/05/12/arts/music/12smith.html}.

  • Smith, Eve, d. 8/28/1997 at 91. St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 9/14/1997.

  • Smith, Frances, painter, widow of Paul G. Smith (harpsichordist and founding member and president of VdGSA), d. 3/5/2003; b. 1911. VdGSA News, v. 40 no. 3, September 2003.

  • Smith, Frank, American pianist and vocalist, d. 11/17/1999 at 67 in Kansas City, MO. Cadence, v. 26 no. 1, Jan. 2000.

  • Smith, Franklin Stoddart III, organist, choir director, and composer, d. 10/23/2004 in Somesville, ME; b. 9/1/1921 in Montclair, NJ. American Organist, v. 39 no. 1, January 2005.

  • Smith, Fred, d. International Musician, v. 95 no. 12, June 1997.

  • Smith, Fred "Sonic", d. 11/4/1994 at 44. Rolling Stone, no. 697, Dec. 15, 1994.

  • Smith, George L., d. International Musician, v. 97 no. 6, Dec. 1998.

  • Smith, George M., d. 1993 at 81; b. 1912. Soundboard, v. 20 no. 3, Winter 1994.

  • Smith, George S., d. International Musician, v. 97 no. 11, May 1999.

  • Smith, Gerard, rock bassist, d. 4/20/2011 in New York, NY at 36. STLtoday.com, 4/20/2011 {http://www.stltoday.com/entertainment/music/article_2d16d4e8-5059-53d1-9f42-415fcd523828.html}; ArtsBeat blog, 4/20/2011 {http://artsbeat.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/04/20/gerard-smith-bassist-for-tv-on-the-radio-dies/}; CNN.com, 4/20/2011 {http://marquee.blogs.cnn.com/2011/04/20/tv-on-the-radios-gerard-smith-dies-at-36/}.

  • Smith, Gerard "Smitty", American drummer, service station and bar owner, d. 7/2/1998 at 73 in Bridgeton, MO. St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 7/5/1998.

  • Smith, Glenn P., d. 6/16/1997 at 85. Instrumentalist, v. 52 no. 2, Sept. 1997.

  • Smith, Gregory, d. 1995 at 48. New York Times, 2/4/1995.

  • Smith, Gypsy, d. International Musician, v. 97 no. 7, Jan. 1999.

  • Smith, Hale, classical composer and jazz pianist and arranger, d. 11/24/2009 in Freeport, Long Island, NY at 84; b. 6/29/1925 in Cleveland, OH. New York Times online, 11/27/2009 {http://www.nytimes.com/2009/11/28/arts/music/28smith.html}; Chamber Music, v. 27 no. 1, January/February 2010.

  • Smith, Harold A., d. International Musician, v. 97 no. 1, July 1998.

  • Smith, Horace, jazz reeds, d. 1/22/2004 at 76. Cadence, v. 30 no. 3, March 2004.

  • Smith, Irene Britton, American composer and teacher, d. 2/15/1999 at 91 in Chicago. CBMR Digest, v. 12 no. 1, Spr. 1999.

  • Smith, Jane Lawrence, actress and singer, d. 8/5/2005 in Greenwich Village, NY at 90; b. 1915 in Bozeman, MT. New York Times On the Web, 8/22/2005 {http://www.nytimes.com/2005/08/22/arts/design/22smith_obit.html}.

  • Smith, Jeffrey C., American writer and opera critic, d. 12/25/1997 in Boston. Opera News, v. 62 no. 14, 3/28/1998.
    d. at 54. Opera, v. 49 no. 5, May 1998.

  • Smith, Jeffrey L., a.k.a. "The Frugal Gourmet", A.G.O. supporter, d. 7/7/2004 in Seattle, WA at 65; b. 1939 in Tacoma. American Organist, v. 38 no. 10, October 2004.

  • Smith, Jerome, rock guitarist, d. 8/4/2000; b. 6/18/1953. Rolling Stone, 12/28/2000.

  • Smith, Jewel "Sammi", country singer, d. 2/12/2005 in Oklahoma City, OK at 61. CNN.com, 2/17/2005 {http://www.cnn.com/2005/SHOWBIZ/Music/02/17/obit.smith.ap/index.html}; New York Times online, 2/20/2005 {http://www.nytimes.com/2005/02/20/arts/music/20smith.html}.
    b. in Orange, CA. latimes.com, 2/18/2005 {http://www.latimes.com/news/printedition/california/la-me-passings18.2feb18,1,6902260.story}.

  • Smith, Jimmy (James Oscar), jazz organist, d. 2/8/2005 in Scottsdale, AZ at 76; b. in Norristown, PA. philly.com, 2/10/2005 {http://www.philly.com/mld/inquirer/news/obituaries/10860014.htm}.
    d. at 79. Boston.com, 2/10/2005 {http://www.boston.com/news/globe/obituaries/articles/2005/02/10/jimmy_smith_79_organist_expanded_jazzs_boundaries/}; washingtonpost.com, 2/11/2005 {http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A15770-2005Feb10.html}.
    b. 12/8/1928. latimes.com, 2/10/2005 {http://www.latimes.com/news/printedition/california/la-me-smith10feb10,1,6812614.story}; Guardian Unlimited online, 2/11/2005 {http://www.guardian.co.uk/arts/news/obituary/0,12723,1410378,00.html}; SFGate.com, 2/10/2005 {http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/chronicle/archive/2005/02/10/BAGG0B8J261.DTL}.
    James Oscar Smith Jnr; b. 12/8/1925. Independent Online Edition, 2/10/2005 {http://news.independent.co.uk/people/obituaries/story.jsp?story=609460}.
    b. 1925. CNN.com, 2/10/2005 {http://www.cnn.com/2005/SHOWBIZ/Music/02/10/obit.jimmy.smith.ap/index.html}.
    d. in Phoenix, AZ. Rolling Stone, no. 969, 3/10/2005; CBMR Digest, v. 18 no. 1, Spring 2005.
    d. in New York City, NY. Cadence, v. 31 no. 3, March 2005.
    b. 12/8/1925. Jazz Journal International, v. 58 no. 4, April 2005.

  • Smith, Johnny, jazz guitarist and songwriter, d. 6/11/2013 in Colorado Springs, CO at 90; b. John Henry Smith II 6/25/1922 in Birmingham, AL. New York Times online, 6/18/2013 {http://www.nytimes.com/2013/06/19/arts/music/johnny-smith-guitarist-and-songwriter-dies-at-90.html}.
    John Henry Smith. Guardian online, 6/16/2013 {http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/2013/jun/16/johnny-smith}; Chamber Music, v. 30 no. 4, Fall 2013.

  • Smith, Johnny "Hammond", d. 6/4/1997 at 64. Cadence, v. 23 no. 8, Aug. 1997.

  • Smith, Keith John, English jazz trumpeter, d. 1/4/2008 in London; b. 3/19/1940 in Isleworth, Middlesex. Independent Online Edition, 2/9/2008 {http://www.independent.co.uk/news/obituaries/keith-smith-hardheaded-trumpeter-780245.html}; Cadence, v. 34 no. 4/5/6, April/May/June 2008; Jazz Journal International, v. 61 no. 6, June 2008.

  • Smith, Larry, jazz d.j., d. ca. 6/25/2011. WBEZ91.5 online, 6/29/2011 {http://www.wbez.org/episode-segments/2011-06-29/dj-larry-smith-leaves-legacy-wbez-and-throughout-jazz-community-88500}.
    d. at 91. Spinner, 7/6/2011 {http://www.spinner.com/2011/07/06/larry-smith-chicago-jazz-dj-dies/}.

  • 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.

  • Smith, LeRoy Earl Jr. "Roy", music teacher, band director, school music program director, d. 10/17/2009 in Bellingham, WA at 83; b. in Detroit, MI. washingtonpost.com, 10/23/2009 {http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/10/22/AR2009102204548.html}.

  • Smith, Lester, d. International Musician, v. 98 no. 2, Aug. 1999.

  • Smith, Lewis W., d. International Musician, v. 97 no. 10, Apr. 1999.

  • Smith, Lloyd Arthur, American jazz woodwind musician and instructor, businessman and community leader, d. 4/8/1999 at 84 in St. Louis, MO. St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 4/11/1999.

  • Smith, Lowell Dennis, ballet dancer, d. 10/22/2007 in Los Angeles, CA at 56; b. 6/5/1951. New York Times On the Web, 11/3/2007 {http://www.nytimes.com/2007/11/03/arts/dance/03smith.html}.

  • Smith, Lowell E., d. International Musician, v. 98 no. 3, Sept. 1999.

  • Smith, Louise, a.k.a. Donna Brooks, jazz singer and comedienne, d. 6/16/2009 in Fairfax, VA at 83; b. Louise Angert in Philadelphia, PA. washingtonpost.com, 7/16/2009 {http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/07/16/AR2009071603909_5.html}; Cadence, v. 35 no. 10-11-12, October-November-December 2009.

  • Smith, Lynnette H. (Fraser), d. International Musician, v. 97 no. 7, Jan. 1999.

  • Smith, Marie, American organist and choir director, d. 10/16/2003 in Atlanta, GA at 99. American Organist, v. 38 no. 2, February 2004.

  • Smith, Marvin "Sweet Louie", R&B singer, d. 12/15/2007 in the Caribbean at 68. USATODAY.com, 12/17/2007 {http://www.usatoday.com/life/people/2007-12-17-marvin-smith-obit_N.htm}.

  • Smith, Merle C., d. International Musician, v. 97 no. 10, Apr. 1999.

  • Smith, Michael P., jazz photographer, d. 9/26/2008 in New Orleans, LA at 71. Cadence, v. 35, no. 1-2-3, January-February-March 2009.

  • Smith, Mike, jazz drummer, d. 1/2/2006 in the Washington, DC area at ca. 60. Cadence, v. 32 no. 2, February 2006.

  • Smith, Mike, British rock singer, keyboardist, and songwriter, d. 2/28/2008 outside London at 64. MSNBC, 2/28/2008 {http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/23395584/}; Rolling Stone online, 2/28/2008 {http://www.rollingstone.com/rockdaily/index.php/2008/02/28/breaking-dave-clark-five-singer-mike-smith-dies-on-eve-of-rock-hall-induction/}; AOL.com, 2/29/2008 {http://news.aol.com/entertainment/music/music-news-story/ar/_a/dave-clark-five-singer-dies/20080228180109990001?cid=918}; Rolling Stone, no. 1048, 3/20/2008.
    b. Michael George Smith 1943 in Edmonton. New York Times On the Web, 2/29/2008 {http://www.nytimes.com/2008/02/29/arts/music/29smith.html}.
    b. 12/6/1943. Times Online, 3/1/2008 {http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/comment/obituaries/article3460642.ece}.

  • Smith, Myrna, R&B/soul singer, d. 12/25/2010 at 69. Classic Pop Icons, 12/26/2010 {http://www.classicpopicons.com/myrna-smith-obituary/}.

  • Smith, Norah, jazz saxophonist and bassist, d. 5/12/2006 at 81. Cadence, v. 32 no. 8, August 2006.

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    d. 3/4/2008 in East Sussex; b. Norman A. Smith 2/22/1923. New York Times On the Web, 3/7/2008 {http://www.nytimes.com/2008/03/07/arts/music/07smith.html}; Rolling Stone, no. 1049, 4/3/2008.
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