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us: McPartland, Marian



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    • us: Turner, Margaret Marian
    • us: Turner, Marian Margaret
    • us: McPartland, Marion
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    • found: A fine romance. [SR] p1976.
    • found: Her All in good time, 1987: CIP t.p. (Marian McPartland) fwd. (Margaret Marian Turner, married Jimmy McPartland during WW II)
    • found: New Grove dict. of jazz (McPartland (née Turner), Marian (Margaret); b. Mar. 20, 1920, Windsor, England; pianist)
    • found: Baker, 8th ed. (McPartland, Marian (Margaret, née Turner); b. Mar. 20, 1918, Windsor; English jazz pianist and composer)
    • found: Guinness enc. of pop. mus., 2nd ed. (McPartland, Marian; b. Marian Margaret Turner, Mar. 20, 1920, Windsor, Berkshire, England)
    • found: Marian and Jimmy McPartland and the All Star Jazz Assassins [SR] p1977: container (Marion McPartland) autograph by McPartland on container ("Spelled my name wrong as well as putting this lousy cover on the front!")
    • found: Biog. resource center (Contemp. musicians), Aug. 10, 2010 (Marian McPartland; b. Margaret Marian Turner, Mar. 20, 1918, Slough, England; pianist, composer)
    • found: Wikipedia, Aug. 10, 2010 (Marian McPartland; Margaret Marian McPartland; OBE; b. Mar. 20, 1918, Slough, England; English-born jazz pianist, composer, writer; appointed Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2010 New Year Honours)
    • found: New York times (online), viewed Aug. 22, 2013 (in obituary published Aug. 21: Marian McPartland; b. Margaret Marian Turner, Mar. 20, 1918, Windsor, England; came to the U.S. in 1946; m. Jimmy McPartland, 1946 (div.; remarried shortly before his death in 1991); d. Tuesday [Aug. 20, 2013], Port Washington, N.Y., aged 95; genteel Englishwoman who became a fixture of the American jazz scene as a pianist and, later in life, hosted the internationally syndicated and immensely popular public radio show Marian McPartland's piano jazz)
  • LC Classification

    • ML417.M47
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    • 1982-11-20: new
    • 2013-08-22: revised
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