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  • Dave Brubeck - Wikipedia en.wikipedia.org

    David Warren Brubeck (December 6, 1920 – December 5, 2012) was an American jazz pianist and composer, considered to be one of the foremost exponents of cool jazz. He wrote a number of jazz standards, including "In Your Own Sweet Way" and "The Duke". Brubeck's style ranged from refined to bombastic, reflecting ...

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  • Dave Brubeck - Take Five - YouTube www.youtube.com

    Jun 2, 2008 ... Dave Brubeck - Take Five. ... View all 111 replies. Hide replies. Manuel Flores4 months ago. Fantastic masterpiece!. Read more. Show less. Reply 50 51. Max Priebus4 months ago. Espresso Vibes Posted a video named Dave Brubeck Mix | Ultimate Jazz Playlist, I love that mix =). Read more. Show less.

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  • Dave Brubeck, Jazz Musician, Dies at 91 - The New York Times www.nytimes.com

    Dec 5, 2012 ... Dave Brubeck, the pianist and composer who helped make jazz popular again in the 1950s and '60s with recordings like “Time Out,” the first jazz album to sell a million copies, and “Take Five,” the still instantly recognizable hit single that was that album's centerpiece, died on Wednesday in Norwalk, Conn.

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  • Dave Brubeck - Pianist, Songwriter - Biography www.biography.com

    Apr 2, 2014 ... Learn more about famed jazz musician Dave Brubeck, known for his unconventional meters, and songs like 'In Your Own Sweet Way' and 'The Duke,' at Biography.com.

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  • Dave Brubeck Jazz Ambassador www.civilrightsmuseum.org

    A pianist, bandleader, and composer, Dave Brubeck (1920-2012) is widely acknowledged as one of America's most significant post-Swing Era jazz musicians. He added new dimensions to jazz composition and created a body of music that was bold and accessible. Growing new audiences with a sophisticated, swinging ...

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  • Welcome to the Brubeck Institute www.pacific.edu

    The Official Website of The Brubeck Institute. Welcome to The Brubeck Institute, established in honor of legendary jazz pioneer Dave Brubeck '42, and his wife and fellow University of the Pacific alum, Iola Brubeck '45. Established in 2000, the Brubeck Institute is home to one of the foremost jazz programs in the world, with ...

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  • Dave Brubeck | American musician | Britannica.com www.britannica.com

    Dave Brubeck: Dave Brubeck, popular American jazz pianist who brought elements of classical music into jazz and whose style epitomized that of the “West Coast movement.” Brubeck was taught piano by his mother from the age of four—and for a period of time he deceived her by memorizing songs rather than learning.

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  • Dave Brubeck – Wikipedia fi.wikipedia.org

    Hän on saanut urallaan Grammyn ”elinikäisistä saavutuksista” (Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award, 1996), Yhdysvaltain National Medal of Artsin 1994 sekä tähden Hollywood Walk of Fameen. Brubeck tunnetaan useiden jazzstandardien säveltäjänä. Eräs hänen yhtyeensä The Dave Brubeck Quartetin tunnetuimmista ...

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  • Uncommon Time: What Makes Dave Brubeck's Unorthodox Jazz ... www.scientificamerican.com

    Dec 11, 2012 ... Jazz legend Dave Brubeck died December 5, just one day before his 92nd birthday. The pianist and composer was an innovator, especially when it came to combining rhythms and meters in new ways. "He sort of tired of the traditional patterns of jazz," says Patrick Langham, a saxophonist and faculty ...

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  • The Excellent Paradox of Dave Brubeck - The Atlantic www.theatlantic.com

    Dec 5, 2012 ... Many remembrances of Dave Brubeck, who died on Wednesday one day short of his 92nd birthday, will be dominated by his passion for unusual rhythms. Brubeck's 1959 classic "Take Five" is deservedly one of the best-known and best-loved jazz recordings of all time. At a time when almost every jazz and ...

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