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  1. David Lee Frishberg (March 23, 1933 – November 17, 2021) was an American jazz pianist, vocalist, composer, and lyricist. His songs have been performed by Blossom Dearie, Rosemary Clooney, Shirley Horn, [1] Anita O'Day, Michael Feinstein, Irene Kral, Diana Krall, Rebecca Kilgore, Stacey Kent, Bette Midler, John Pizzarelli, and Mel Tormé .

  2. 17/11/2021 · By Barry Singer Nov. 17, 2021 Dave Frishberg, the jazz songwriter whose sardonic wit as a lyricist and melodic cleverness as a composer placed him in the top echelon of his craft, died on Wednesday...

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  3. 18/11/2021 · “Schoolhouse Rock!” songwriter and musician Dave Frishberg, who penned the iconic tune “I’m Just a Bill” that has been taught to generations of American students, died at the age of 88 on...

  4. Long known as one of the outstanding pianists in jazz, Frishberg has since the early 1980s established himself as an internationally recognized composer and lyricist as well as a solo performer with a loyal following in both jazz and cabaret circles. Four of his albums have won Grammy nominations for best jazz vocal.

  5. Authorized Web Site for the Music and Writing of Dave Frishberg Dear Friends, November 17, 2021 We are saddened to report that Dave passed away today, after battling illness for several years. Please feel free to share your memories on Dave's Facebook page.

  6. David L. Frishberg Profile: (Born: 23 March 1933 in St. Paul, Minnesota, USA - Died: 17 November 2021) was an American jazz pianist, vocalist, composer, and lyricist. His songs have been performed by Blossom Dearie, Rosemary Clooney, Shirley Horn, Anita O'Day, Michael Feinstein, Irene Kral, Diana Krall, Stacey Kent, John Pizzarelli, and Mel Tormé.

  7. 10/12/2021 · Dave Frishberg (1933-2021) Pianist and composer David Frishberg died on November 17th, he was 88. He was known for witty and often humorous lyrics of a style that harkened back to the golden age of American songwriting. Frishberg grew up in Minnesota and stayed there through college before spending two years in the Air Force.