Here are 26 famous musicians from United Kingdom were born in 1923:
Patrick Moore (March 4, 1923 Pinner-December 9, 2012 Selsey) also known as Sir Patrick Alfred Caldwell-Moore, Alfred Patrick Caldwell-Moore, Sir Patrick Moor, Moore, Sir Patrick, Sir Patrick Moore CBE, Sir Patrick Alfred Caldwell-Moore CBE, FRS, FRAS, Sir Patrick Moore FRAS, Dr. Patrick Moore or Sir Patrick Moore was a British astronomer, presenter, writer, author, actor, researcher, radio personality, composer and pianist.
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Glynis Johns (October 5, 1923 Pretoria-) also known as The Girl with the Upside-Down Eyes or Glynnis Johns is a British actor, dancer, pianist, singer and voice actor. Her child is Gareth Forwood.
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Norman Smith (February 22, 1923 Edmonton, London-March 3, 2008 East Sussex) a.k.a. Hurricane Smith, Huricane Smith or Norman “Hurricane” Smith was a British engineer.
His albums include Don't Let It Die and The Best Of.
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Murray Walker (October 10, 1923 Hall Green-) also known as Graeme Murray Walker or Murray Walker OBE is a British presenter, sports commentator, commentator and journalist.
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Norbert Brainin (March 12, 1923 Vienna-April 10, 2005 London) a.k.a. Brainin, Norbert was a British , .
Related albums: Sinfonia Concertante in E-flat major / Symphony no. 39 in E-flat major.
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Roy Dotrice (May 26, 1923 Guernsey-) a.k.a. Roy Dotrice, OBE is a British actor and voice actor. He has three children, Michele Dotrice, Yvette Dotrice and Karen Dotrice.
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Yfrah Neaman (February 13, 1923 Sidon-January 4, 2003) otherwise known as Neaman, Yfrah was a British , .
Related albums: Symphony no. 4 "New York" / Violin Concerto.
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Frankie Fraser (November 19, 1923 Lambeth-November 26, 2014) also known as Mad Frankie Fraser was a British actor and tour guide.
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Jim Marshall (July 29, 1923 Acton, London-April 5, 2012 Milton Keynes) was a British , .
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George Hadjinikos (May 3, 1923 Greece-) is a British conductor.
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Ken Sykora (April 13, 1923 Fulham-March 7, 2006 Blairmore, Argyll) was a British journalist.
Genres he performed include Jazz.
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Arthur Greenslade (May 4, 1923 Northfleet-November 27, 2003) was a British conductor.
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Ray Barber (January 8, 1923-June 30, 2009) was a British singer.
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Denise Levertov (October 24, 1923 Ilford-December 20, 1997 Seattle) also known as Denise Levertoy or Levertov, Denise was a British writer, poet, author, editor and translator.
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Ivor Cutler (January 15, 1923 Glasgow-March 3, 2006) a.k.a. Cutler, Ivor was a British poet and songwriter.
His albums include Velvet Donkey, Jammy Smears, Life in a Scotch Sitting Room, Volume II, An Elpee and Two Epees, Dandruff, Ludo, Prince Ivor, A Wet Handle, A Flat Man and Privilege. Genres he performed: Trad jazz, Comedy rock and Spoken word.
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Ronald Cass (April 21, 1923 Llanelli-June 2, 2006 Greater London) a.k.a. Ronnie Cass was a British screenwriter, playwright, composer and music director. He had three children, Stephen Cass, Debbie Cass and Nicola Cass.
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Donald Swann (September 30, 1923 Llanelli-March 23, 1994 London) also known as Swann, Donald, Donald Swann (with Gervase De Peyer), Donald Swann (with Charlotte Mitchell & Shirley Hall), Swann, Donald (with De Peyer, Gervase), Swann, Donald (with Mitchell, Charlotte & Hall, Shirley), Donald Swann (with Lilli Malandraki & Gervase De Peyer) or Swann, Donald (with Malandraki, Lilli & De Peyer, Gervase) was a British musician, composer and comedian.
His albums include The Road Goes Ever On and Poems and Songs of Middle Earth.
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Richard Attenborough (August 29, 1923 Cambridge-August 24, 2014 London) otherwise known as Richard Samuel Attenborough, Lord Attenborough, Lord Richard Attenborough, Dickie, Bunter, Sir Richard Attenborough, Baron Attenborough, Richard Samuel Attenborough, Baron Attenborough, Richard Samuel Attenborough, Baron Attenborough, CBE, The Rt. Hon. Richard Attenborough, Baron Attenborough, CBE, The Right Honourable Richard Attenborough, Baron Attenborough, CBE or Lord Attenborough, CBE was a British film director, actor, film producer and entrepreneur. He had three children, Charlotte Attenborough, Michael Attenborough and Jane Attenborough.
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Peter Lawford (September 7, 1923 London-December 24, 1984 Los Angeles) otherwise known as Peter Sydney Ernest Aylen, Brother-in-Lawford, Lawford or Peter Sydney Ernest Lawford was a British actor and film producer. He had four children, Christopher Lawford, Robin Elizabeth Lawford, Sydney Maleia Kennedy Lawford and Victoria Francis Lawford.
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Malcolm Lockyer (October 5, 1923 England-June 28, 1976 London) otherwise known as Malcolm N. Lockyer was a British film score composer.
Genres related to him: Film score.
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Anne Shelton (November 10, 1923 Dulwich-July 31, 1994 Herstmonceux) a.k.a. Ann Shelton, Shelton, Anne or Patricia Jacqueline Sibley was a British singer and actor.
Her albums: Fools Rush In, I'll Be Seeing You and The Best of Anne Shelton.
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Celia Lipton (December 25, 1923 Edinburgh-March 11, 2011 Palm Beach) also known as Celia May Lipton or The British Judy Garland was a British actor.
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Donald Sinden (October 9, 1923 Plymouth-September 11, 2014 Romney Marsh) also known as Donald Alfred Sinden, Sir Donald Alfred Sinden CBE D.Litt D.Arts, Sir Donald Alfred Sinden, Sir Donald Sinden or Sir Donald Sinden CBE was a British actor and author. His children are Jeremy Sinden and Marc Sinden.
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Jimmy Perry (September 9, 1923 Barnes, London-) also known as Jimmy Perry O.B.E. or Jimmy Perry OBE is a British screenwriter.
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Blaster Bates (February 5, 1923-September 1, 2006 Crewe) was a British , .
His albums: Laughter With a Bang, TNT for Two and Watch Out for the Bits!.
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Don Lusher (November 6, 1923 Peterborough-July 5, 2006 Cheam) also known as Lusher, Don was a British musician and trombonist.
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