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  1. Premio Grammy a la carrera artística (1989) [ editar datos en Wikidata] Sarah Lois Vaughan ( Newark, Nueva Jersey, 27 de marzo de 1924 – Los Ángeles, 3 de abril de 1990 ), conocida como Sarah Vaughan 2 y apodada Sassy y La Divina, fue una cantante estadounidense de jazz. Junto con Billie Holiday y Ella Fitzgerald, es considerada por muchos ...

  2. 1942–1990. Labels. Columbia, Mercury, Verve, Roulette, Pablo. Sarah Lois Vaughan (March 27, 1924 – April 3, 1990) was an American jazz singer. Nicknamed "Sassy" and "The Divine One", [1] she won four Grammy Awards, including the Lifetime Achievement Award. [2] She was given an NEA Jazz Masters Award in 1989. [3]

  3. www.biografiasyvidas.com › v › vaughan_sarahBiografia de Sarah Vaughan

    Sarah Vaughan. (Sarah Lois Vaughan; Newark, 1924 - Los Ángeles, 1990) Cantante de jazz estadounidense. Gracias a sus tempranos contactos con Gillespie, Parker y Eckstine, se especializó en cantar bebop y aprendió a modular la voz al son de la trompeta (seat-chorus). Entonces se la reclamó para trabajar con Hines y Clifford Brown, sin dejar ...

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    Nace el 27 de marzo de 1924 en la localidad estadounidense de Newark, ubicada en el estado de New Jersey. Su padre era un carpintero que solía tocar la guitarra en sus tiempos libres mientras que su madre era lavandera y cantaba en una iglesia bautista, lugar en donde Sarah dio sus primeros pasos como cantante y organista, después de estudiar piano...

    1954: Sarah Vaughan with Clifford Brown (Verve)
    1954: The Gershwin Songbook (Mercury)
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    • Sarah Lois Vaughan
    • 3 de abril de 1990Los Ángeles, Estados Unidos
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    Sarah Hall, best known under the pseudonym Sarah Vaughan, is a British writer and journalist. Until 2008, she worked for The Guardian as a senior reporter, health correspondent, and political correspondent. She published her first book in 2014. As a novelist, Hall is known for a number of psychological thrillers which often deal with themes such as...

    Vaughan was born Sarah Hall in 1972, and was brought up in Devon. She read English at Brasenose College, Oxford. After graduating, she started work as a journalist. She worked for The Guardian for eleven years as a senior reporter, health correspondent and political correspondent. In 2008, she left The Guardian and continued as a freelance reporter...

    Using the pseudonym Sarah Vaughan, she published her first novel The art of baking blind in 2014, following a commitment she made on her 40th birthday to write a novel, and find a publisher for it, within a year. The book is about the participants in a baking competition, and was translated into six languages. It was followed two years later by The...

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  4. Goodreads Author. Sarah Vaughan read English at Oxford and went on to be a journalist. After training with the Press Association, she worked for The Guardian for 11 years as a news reporter, health correspondent and political correspondent before leaving to freelance and write fiction. Her 3rd novel, Anatomy of a Scandal, was an instant ...

  5. 05/04/1990 · Madrid - 04 abr 1990 - 18:00 EDT. La cantante de jazz Sarah Vaughan, de 66 años, falleció el pasado martes en su domicilio de Los Ángeles (Estados Unidos) a consecuencia de un cáncer de ...

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