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found: LCCN 94-760304: Around the world in eighty tunes, 195-?
found: Wikipedia, Nov. 22, 2010 (Winifred Atwell; b. Feb. 27 or Apr., 1910 or 1914, Tunapuna, Trinidad and Tobago, d. Feb. 28, 1983, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia; pianist)
found: Oxford Companion to Black British History, accessed December 6, 2014, via Oxford African American Studies Center database: (Atwell, Winifred; pianist, celebrity, nightclub entertainer, ragtime musician; born February 1914 in Tunapuna, Trinidad; studied piano as a child and for further musical training treaveled to the United States (1945); studied at the Royal Academy of Music, London (1946); became a concert pianist and a national celebrity; signed to record with Decca (1950); recorded such hits as Let's Have a Ding-Dong, Poor People of Paris, Britannia Rag and sold over 20 million records; emigrated to Australia and concentrated on classical music, toured with symphony orchestras; continued to perform until her retirement (1978); died 28 February 1983 in Sydney, Australia)
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