British music stars born in 1916

Here are 12 famous musicians from United Kingdom were born in 1916:

Edward Heath

Edward Heath (July 9, 1916 Broadstairs-July 17, 2005 Salisbury) a.k.a. サー・エドワード・リチャード・ジョージ・ヒース was a British politician and journalist.

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Roald Dahl

Roald Dahl (September 13, 1916 Llandaff-November 23, 1990 Oxford) a.k.a. Roald Dal, Dahl, Roald or Ronald Dahl was a British writer, novelist, screenwriter, author and poet. He had five children, Tessa Dahl, Theo Matthew Dahl, Olivia Twenty Dahl, Ophelia Dahl and Lucy Dahl.

His albums include , Matilda, , , , , , , and .

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Denis ApIvor

Denis ApIvor (April 14, 1916 Collinstown-May 27, 2004) also known as Trevor Denis ApIvor was a British , .

Genres he performed include Opera.

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Lance Dossor

Lance Dossor (May 14, 1916 Weston-super-Mare-December 3, 2005 Adelaide) was a British pianist, teacher and virtuoso.

Genres he performed include Classical music.

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Ian Parrott

Ian Parrott (March 5, 1916 Streatham-September 4, 2012) also known as Parrott, Ian was a British , .

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Johnny Claes

Johnny Claes (August 11, 1916 London-February 3, 1956 Brussels) also known as Claes, Johnny was a British race car driver.

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Davy Kaye

Davy Kaye (March 25, 1916 London-February 4, 1998) also known as Kaye, Davy was a British actor.

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Yehudi Menuhin

Yehudi Menuhin (April 22, 1916 New York City-March 12, 1999 Berlin) also known as Menuhin, Yehudi, Lord Yehudi Menuhin, Sir Yehudi Menuhin, Baron Menuhin of Stoke d'Abernon or Yehudi Menuhin, Baron Menuhin, OM, KBE was a British conductor, writer, teacher, violist and violinist. His children are Krov Menuhin, Zamira Menuhin, Gerard Menuhin and Jeremy Menuhin.

Discography: Yehudi Menuhin: In Memoriam, Sir Yehudi Menuhin: The Maestro (disc 2) (feat. violin: Yehudi Menuhin), Les Introuvables de Yehudi Menuhin, Violin Concertos, Concertos pour violon, Concerto pour violon no. 2 / Sonate pour violon seul, Yehudi Menuhin plays Paganini, Yehudi Menuhin spielt Brahms, Beethoven, Bruch, Enescu: Violin Sonata No. 3 in A minor / Szymanowski: Notturno e tarantella / Prokofiev: Violin Sonata No. 1 in F minor / Ravel (violin: Yehudi Menuhin) and Bach: Double Concerto In D Minor Piano Concerto In A Minor And C Major (Remastered). Genres he performed include Classical music and Jazz.

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Rosemary Brown

Rosemary Brown (July 27, 1916 London-November 16, 2001) was a British , .

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Max Geldray

Max Geldray (February 12, 1916 Amsterdam-October 2, 2004 Palm Springs) also known as Geldray, Max, Max van Gelder or Max Leon van Gelder was a British jazz musician and actor. His child is called Philip van Gelder.

Genres he performed: Jazz.

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Bernard Stevens

Bernard Stevens (March 2, 1916 London-January 6, 1983 Colchester) was a British film score composer.

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Brion Gysin

Brion Gysin (January 19, 1916 Taplow-July 13, 1986 Paris) a.k.a. Brion Gyson, Gysin, Brion or John Clifford Brian Gysin was a British artist, writer, poet, painter, visual artist and music artist.

His albums: Self-Portrait Jumping, Mektoub, Songs, The Pool K III and Live in London 1982.

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