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Bechet

Sidney (Joseph). 1897--1959, US jazz soprano saxophonist and clarinettist
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Thierry Bechet thanked the Kyrgyz side for the decision to extend implementation of the Community Security Initiative in Kyrgyzstan since the EU is one of the donor countries for this project.
Procurement Revolving Credit Line Worth 10 Million Lei for Providing Co-Financing Investment Object Road to the Danube - Road Infrastructure Development in the Cross-Border Area Bechet - Oryahovo, Prerequisites for A Higher Level of Mobility Between Romania and Bulgaria
Gagov informed that the consultant had also suggested two options for building a tunnel under the Danube River, at Nikopol a Turnu Magurele and Oryahovo a Bechet.
They have two adopted daughters, Bechet Dumain (born 1999) and Mazie Tio (born 2000).
Murray is a player of visceral power and gargantuan appetite when it comes to source material - he is like jazz's saxophone history, Bechet to Rollins, all rolled into one.
Hypertrophic lupus erythematosus was described by Bechet in 1942 as "lupus erythematosus hypertrophicus et profundus," with the latter descriptor emphasizing the depth of the infiltrate.
Also, Greenberg has neglected to include Raymond Horricks' Profiles in Jazz: From Sidney Bechet to John Coltrane (Transaction, 1991).
Clairdee also will sing at Friday night's homage to the guitar work of Django Reinhardt and on Saturday evening's program, which features the music of Sidney Bechet.
Farmlands where Red-backed Shrikes were detected were characterized by higher landscape heterogeneity (edge-density values, roads and buildings in the vicinity), reducing risks from predators or providing natural hunting perches (Lefranc 1993, Yosef and Grubb 1994, Lefranc and Worfolk 1997, Bechet et al.
And I've read that you would love to make a film on jazz, perhaps something more historical or based on your idol, Sidney Bechet.
36) Combined with the fluid nature of race relations in the Crescent city, even under the restraints of post-Plessy America, musicians like Sidney Bechet and Joe Oliver honed what came to be the Jazz sound and helped influence other musicians, regardless of race, like the Original Dixieland Jazz Band.
The tour then visits the theater where Josephine Baker, Sidney Bechet and a cast of young African American performers exploded onto stage in 1925.