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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Dory_PrevinDory Previn - Wikipedia

    By the mid-1960s, André Previn had become a classical music conductor, touring worldwide, but Dory's fear of air travel kept her from joining him. In 1965 she suffered a psychiatric breakdown for which she was briefly hospitalized, but continued to write songs with André, including " You're Gonna Hear from Me ", recorded by Frank Sinatra , and began to use the name Dory Previn professionally.

  2. From 1959 to 2011, the Award was called Best Instrumental Jazz Album, Individual or Group. In 2012, it was shortened to Best Jazz Instrumental Album , encompassing albums that previously fell under the categories Best Contemporary Jazz Album and Best Latin Jazz Album (both defunct as of 2012). [1]

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  4. Tras la controvertida victoria de Charles Previn por One Hundred Men and a Girl en 1938, una película sin un compositor acreditado, que presentaba música clásica preexistente, la Academia decidió agregar una categoría de «Mejor banda sonora original» en 1939.

  5. 02/05/2022 · One of the most famous jazz clubs in NYC, the Jazz Standard has not just welcomed many of the modern day jazz greats onto its stage, but let them record there. Maria Schneider, The Mingus Big Band , André Previn, Nancy King & Fred Hersch are just some of the names to have released live albums recorded at the club.

  6. 18/05/2022 · Campra Andre 2; Campra André 13; Camus Sébastien Le 3; Canal Marguerite 1; Canale Floriano 1; Canales Manuel 1; Canat de Chizy Edith 1; Canavas Jean Baptiste 1; Canfield David DeBoor 1; Canova da Milano Francesco 1; Canteloube Joseph 9; Cantemir Dimitrie 1; Cantoire Georges 1; Canuti Giovanni Antonio 1; Capacelli Conte 1; Caplet André 28 ...

  7. egrojworld.blogspot.comegroj world

    Gravy Train is a fine, if not quite exceptional record from Lou Donaldson's initial soul-jazz phase of the early '60s. Actually, given the title and the period in which it was recorded, the album isn't quite as greasy and funky overall as one might expect; most of the repertoire is devoted to pop ballads and mid-tempo standards, the latter of which tends to bring out more of the bop elements ...