Here are 13 famous musicians from United Kingdom were born in 1919:
Donald Pleasence (October 5, 1919 Worksop-February 2, 1995 Saint Paul de Vence) also known as Donald Henry Pleasence, Donald Pleasance, Don Pleasence, Donald Henry Pleasence, OBE or Donald Plesance was a British actor, soldier and voice actor. He had five children, Angela Pleasence, Miranda Pleasence, Lucy Pleasance, Polly Jo Pleasence and Jean Pleasence.
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Hans Keller (March 11, 1919 Vienna-November 6, 1985 Hampstead) was a British writer, music critic and violinist.
Genres: Classical music.
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Beryl Reid (June 17, 1919 Hereford-October 13, 1996 South Bucks) also known as Beryl Elizabeth Reid or Beryl Elizabeth Reid, OBE was a British actor and comedian.
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Nigel Stock (September 21, 1919 Malta-June 23, 1986 London) also known as Nigel Hector Munro Stock or Stock, Nigel was a British actor and military officer. He had one child, Robert Stock.
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Arthur Wilkinson (September 3, 1919-March 1, 1968) was a British , .
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John Wooldridge (July 18, 1919 Yokohama-October 27, 1958 Hertfordshire) a.k.a. Dim, John De Lacy Wooldridge or Wing Commander John De Lacy Wooldridge, DSO, DFC and Bar, DFM was a British film score composer and pilot. He had three children, Susan Wooldridge, Hugh Wooldridge and Morris Latham.
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George Shearing (August 13, 1919 Battersea-February 14, 2011 New York City) also known as Shearing, George, Sir George Shearing, OBE, George Albert Shearing, The George Shearing Quintet, Stephane Grapelly and his Quintet, Sir George Albert Shearing, Sir George Shearing, The George Shearing Trio or The Serene Poet of Jazz was a British musician, pianist and film score composer.
His albums: Verve Jazz Masters 57, Alone Together, Ballad Essentials, Blues Alley Jazz, Breakin' Out, Dexterity, Favorite Things, George Shearing in Dixieland, Grand Piano and Jump for Joy. Genres: Jazz, Bebop, Swing music and Cool jazz.
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Norman Del Mar (July 31, 1919 London-February 6, 1994) a.k.a. Norman Mar was a British conductor. He had one child, Jonathan Del Mar.
His albums include Stanford: Irish Symphony / Elgar: From the Bavarian Highlands, Elgar Favourites, Enigma Variations / Pomp and Circumstance and .
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Norman Newell (January 25, 1919 United Kingdom-December 1, 2004 Sussex) a.k.a. Newell, Norman was a British lyricist, record producer and songwriter.
Genres related to him: Popular music.
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Natasha Spender (April 18, 1919 London-October 21, 2010) also known as Natasha Litvin was a British pianist and author. Her child is called Lizzie Spender.
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Ian Wallace (July 10, 1919 London-October 12, 2009 Highgate) also known as Wallace, Ian, Ian Bryce Wallace or Ian Bryce Wallace, OBE was a British singer and actor. He had two children, Rosemary Wallace and John Wallace.
His albums: My Music.
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Alan Young (November 19, 1919 North Shields-) also known as Angus Young or Al Young is a British actor and voice actor.
His albums include Dinah Shore Sings … Songs from Aaron Slick From Punkin Crick a.k.a. Marshmallow Moon.
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Deryck Cooke (September 14, 1919 Leicester-October 27, 1976) was a British musician and broadcaster.
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