Belgian music stars died as a result of Cerebral hemorrhage

Here are 1 famous musicians from Belgium died in Cerebral hemorrhage:

Django Reinhardt

Django Reinhardt (January 23, 1910 Liberchies-May 16, 1953 Fontainebleau) also known as Django Reinhard, Django Reinhardt and the Quintette du Hot Club de France, Django Reinhardt & The Hot Club of France Quintet, Django Reinhardt with tth ATC Band, Django Reinhardt & The Quintet of the Hot Club of France or Django Reinhart was a Belgian actor, composer, guitarist, lyricist, musician and songwriter. He had one child, Babik Reinhardt.

His albums include Guitar Genius, I Got Rhythm, Jazz Ballads 7: Django Reinhardt, Jazz in Paris: Swing 48, Les années Django, Jazz in Paris: Nuits de Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Swingin' With Django, 100 Swinging Greats!, Django Reinhardt at the Hot Club Of France and In Solitaire: Complete Recordings for Solo Guitar 1937-1950. Genres he performed include Continental jazz, Jazz, Gypsy jazz, Romani music, Swing music and Bebop.

Django Reinhardt was born to a Romani family in Belgium, and he spent most of his childhood in Romani encampments near Paris. He began playing the guitar at a young age and quickly became a skilled player, developing a unique style that blended Romani music with jazz influences. Reinhardt's career took off in the 1930s when he formed the Quintette du Hot Club de France with violinist Stéphane Grappelli. The ensemble became popular in Europe and the United States and is now regarded as one of the most influential jazz groups of all time.

Reinhardt's career was interrupted by World War II, during which time he immigrated to the United States and performed with a number of jazz greats, including Duke Ellington and Dizzy Gillespie. He eventually returned to France and continued to perform until his death in 1953 at the age of 43. Despite his short career, Reinhardt's legacy as a guitar innovator and jazz pioneer is still celebrated today. In 2017, he was posthumously awarded a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award for his contributions to music.

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