Famous musicians born in the year 1932

Here are 50 famous musicians from the world were born in 1932:

Carl Perkins

Carl Perkins (April 9, 1932 Tiptonville-January 19, 1998 Jackson) a.k.a. Perkins, Carl, Carl Lee Perkins or the King of Rockabilly was an American singer, songwriter, guitarist and musician. He had four children, Debbie Perkins, Stan Perkins, Greg Perkins and Steve Perkins.

His albums include Blue Suede Shoes / Honey, Don't!, Original Sun Greatest Hits, Best of Sun Years, Best Of, Carl Perkins Gold, Live at Gilley's, Go Cat Go!, Carl Perkins Live! (Silver Eagle Cross Country Music Show Presents), The Classic Carl Perkins and Carl Perkins: The Complete Sun Singles. Genres related to him: Rockabilly, Rock music, Country and Rock and roll.

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Lol Coxhill

Lol Coxhill (September 19, 1932 Portsmouth-July 10, 2012 London) a.k.a. Coxhill, Lol, The Coxhill/Bedford Duo, Will Dandy and the Dandylettes or Lowen Coxhill was a British actor, raconteur and saxophonist.

His albums include Ear of Beholder, Digswell Duets, Spectral Soprano, Coxhill on Ogun, Termite One, Clear Frame, Worms Organising Archdukes and Slow Music. His related genres: Free improvisation.

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Tiny Tim

Tiny Tim (April 12, 1932 Manhattan-November 30, 1996 Hennepin County) also known as Herbert Khaury, Herbert Buckingham Khaury or Tiny Tim (musician)m was an American archivist, singer, musician and actor. He had one child, Tulip Victoria.

His albums: I Love Me, God Bless Tiny Tim, Girl, Live in Chicago, Songs of an Impotent Troubadour, Tiny Tim's Christmas Album, With Love and Kisses From Tiny Tim: Concert in Fairyland, Tiny Tim Live! At the Royal Albert Hall, Tiny Tim's Second Album and Tiny Tim Rock. Genres: Pop music, Outsider music, Comedy rock, Traditional pop music, Folk rock, Psychedelic rock and Americana.

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Clyde McPhatter

Clyde McPhatter (November 15, 1932 Durham-June 13, 1972 Teaneck) otherwise known as Clyde Lensley McPhatter or McPhatter, Clyde was an American singer. He had one child, Ronnie McPhatter.

Discography: Welcome Home, Deep Sea Ball: The Best of Clyde McPhatter, Clyde McPhatter, The Forgotten Angel, Little Bitty Pretty One, A Lover's Question / I Can't Stand Up Alone, Clyde McPhatter & The Drifters, Money Honey / The Way I Feel, Honey Love / Warm Your Heart and Clyde McPhatter With Billy Ward and His Dominoes. Genres: Popular music, Rhythm and blues and Soul music.

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Loretta Lynn

Loretta Lynn (April 14, 1932 Butcher Hollow-) also known as Lorettal Lynn, Loretta Webb, The Coal Miner's Daughter, Country Music's First Girl Singer, The First Lady of Country Music, The Decca Doll or The Queen of Country Music is an American songwriter, singer, author, actor and singer-songwriter. She has six children, Betty Sue Lynn, Cissy Lynn, Patsy Lynn, Peggy Lynn, Jack Benny Lynn and Ernest Ray Lynn.

Her albums include Coal Miner's Daughter, Blue Eyed Kentucky Girl, The Concert Collection, Van Lear Rose, 20 Greatest Hits, 20th Century Masters: The Christmas Collection: The Best of Loretta Lynn, All Time Greatest Hits, Coal Miner's Daughter, Greatest Hits Volume II and Honky Tonk Girl: The Loretta Lynn Collection. Genres she performed: Country, Gospel music, Alternative country and Honky-tonk.

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Coxsone Dodd

Coxsone Dodd (January 26, 1932 Kingston-May 5, 2004 Kingston) a.k.a. Clement Dodd, Clement Seymour Dodd, C. Dodd, CS Dodd, Sir Coxsone, Clement Seymour "Sir Coxsone" Dodd, Dub Specialist, Clement 'Coxsone' Doddy or Clement Seymour "Sir Coxsone" Dodd CD was a Jamaican record producer.

His albums include 17 Dub Shots From Studio One, Better Dub, Studio One Dub, Dub Store Special, Bionic Dub, African Rub "A" Dub and . His related genres: Reggae, Ska, Rocksteady and Gospel music.

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Petula Clark

Petula Clark (November 15, 1932 Epsom-) also known as Petula Sally Olwen Clark, Clark, Petula, Petula Clarke, Pet, Our Pet, Al Grant or Petula Clark, CBE is an English singer, actor, composer and film score composer. She has three children, Katherine Natalie Wolff, Barbara Michelle Wolff and Patrick Wolff.

Her albums include I Couldn't Live Without Your Love, The Special Collection, Greatest Hits, Les Années Petula, Anthologie, Volume 5: 1966-1968, The Very Best Of, Kaléïdoscope (disc 1), 16 Most Requested Songs, 41 succès inoubliables and Anthologie, Volume 3: 1963-1964 (disc 3). Genres she performed include Pop music.

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Donald Byrd

Donald Byrd (December 9, 1932 Detroit-February 4, 2013 Dover) also known as Donald Byed, Byrd, Donald or Donald Bird was an American trumpeter and musician.

His discography includes: Thank You ... For F.U.M.L (Funking Up My Life), And 125th Street, N.Y.C., Byrdhouse, Blue Breakbeats, Early Bird: the Best of the Jazz Soul Years, Getting Down To Business, The Best of Donald Byrd, Donald Byrd, Fancy Free and Mustang!. Genres he performed include Kozmigroov, Funk, Jazz, Rhythm and blues, Hard bop, Soul music and Bebop.

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Pauline Oliveros

Pauline Oliveros (May 30, 1932 Houston-) also known as Oliveros, Pauline is an American composer and accordionist.

Her albums: Alien Bog / Beautiful Soop, Ghostdance, Primordial Lift, A Little Noise in the System, Crone Music, Electronic Works, Four Electronic Pieces 1959-1966, No Mo, Tara's Room and The Wanderer.

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Joe Zawinul

Joe Zawinul (July 7, 1932 Vienna-September 11, 2007 Vienna) also known as Joe Zawinful, Zawinul, Joe, Josef Zawinul or Josef Erich Zawinul was an Austrian composer, keyboard player, jazz pianist and pianist.

His discography includes: The Rise & Fall of the Third Stream / Money in the Pocket, Zawinul, Stories of the Danube, Dialects, Brown Street, Faces & Places, Di•a•lects, , The Rise & Fall of the Third Stream and My People. Genres he performed include Jazz fusion, World music, Jazz, Funk, Art music and Romantic music.

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Colville Young

Colville Young (November 20, 1932 Belize City-) also known as Colville Norbert Young, Sir Colville Young or Sir Colville Norbert Young is a Belizean novelist. He has four children, Lynn Young, Carlton Young, Maureen Young and Colville Ludwig Young Jr..

Aside from being a novelist, Colville Young is also a historian, scholar, and politician. He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in English and History from the University of the West Indies in Jamaica and his Ph.D. in Linguistics from the University of Texas at Austin. He taught at several institutions, including the University of the West Indies and the University of California, Los Angeles.

Young has also served the government of Belize in various capacities. He was Belize's ambassador to the United States, Mexico, and the Organization of American States. He was also the Governor-General of Belize from 1993 until his retirement in 2021, making him the longest-serving Governor-General in Belizean history. In 2022, he was awarded the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award by the Belizean Writers Guild in recognition of his contributions to the literary world.

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Bob Cranshaw

Bob Cranshaw (December 10, 1932 Evanston-) a.k.a. Cranshaw, Bob is an American musician and bassist.

Genres he performed include Jazz.

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Walter Davis, Jr.

Walter Davis, Jr. (September 2, 1932 Richmond-June 2, 1990 New York City) was an American jazz pianist and musician.

His discography includes: Davis Cup, Illumination and In Walked Thelonious. Genres he performed: Bebop and Hard bop.

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Anna Moffo

Anna Moffo (June 27, 1932 Wayne-March 9, 2006 New York City) also known as Moffo, Anna was an American actor, television presenter and opera singer.

Her albums include Madama Butterfly - Disc 2, Rome Opera House 1957, Arias from Faust, La bohème, Dinorah, Carmen, Semiramide, Turandot, Lakmcé, The Dream Duet, The Great Moments from Die Fledermaus, , La Traviata, One Night of Love, A Verdi Collaboration, and Anna Moffo - Mozart Arias. Genres she performed include Opera and Show tune.

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Sinn Sisamouth

Sinn Sisamouth (August 23, 1932 Stung Treng-June 18, 1976 Koh Thum District) also known as Sim Sisamouth, Sin Sisamouth, Sisamouth, Sinn or King of Khmer music was a Cambodian record producer, composer, film score composer, film producer, bandleader, singer-songwriter and nurse. He had one child, Sinn Chanchhaya.

Genres he performed: Psychedelic rock, Garage rock, Film score, Cha-cha-cha, Blues, Jazz, Romvong and Cha-cha-cha.

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Rodion Shchedrin

Rodion Shchedrin (December 16, 1932 Moscow-) also known as Родион Константинович Щедрин, Rodion Konstantinovich Shchedrin or Shchedrin, Rodion Konstantinovich is a Russian composer and pianist.

His discography includes: Anna Karenina (Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra feat. conductor: Yuri Simonov), Carmen Suite / Naughty Limericks / The Chimes, Cello Concerto / Seagull Suite (Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra feat. conductor: Olli Mustonen, cello: Marko Ylönen), Symphony No. 2 / Stikhira (USSR RTV Large Symphony Orchestra, USSR Ministry of Culture Symphony Orchestra feat. conductor: Gennady Rozhdestvensky), The Lady with a Lapdog (USSR Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra feat. conductor: Alexander Lazarev), The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra performs music of Rodion Shchedrin (Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra feat. conductor: Mariss Jansons), Piano Concertos 1 & 2, Violin Concertos, Carmen Suite and . Genres he performed: Opera, Ballet, Chamber music and 20th-century classical music.

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Alan Shorter

Alan Shorter (May 29, 1932 Newark-March 1, 1987 Los Angeles) otherwise known as Shorter, Alan or Doc Strange was an American musician.

His albums include Tes Esat and Orgasm.

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Arif Mardin

Arif Mardin (March 15, 1932 Istanbul-June 25, 2006 New York City) a.k.a. Afrid Mardin or Mardin, Arif was an American music producer. His children are called Joe Mardin and Nazan Joffre Mardin.

His discography includes: All My Friends Are Here and Journey.

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Leroy Jenkins

Leroy Jenkins (March 11, 1932 Chicago-February 24, 2007 New York City) a.k.a. Jenkins, Leroy was an American violist, composer and jazz violinist.

His discography includes: Lifelong Ambitions, The Legend of Ai Glatson, Mixed Quintet and . Genres he performed include Free jazz.

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Donna Douglas

Donna Douglas (September 1, 1932 Pride-January 1, 2015) also known as Dorothy Smith, donna_douglas, Dora Smith, Donna Douglass or Doris Smith was an American singer and actor. Her child is called Danny P. Bourgeois.

Donna Douglas was best-known for her role as Elly May Clampett in the popular television series "The Beverly Hillbillies," which ran from 1962 to 1971. Prior to her acting career, she was a popular model and beauty pageant contestant, winning the title of "Miss Baton Rouge" in 1957.

Throughout her career, Douglas appeared in various TV shows and films, including "The Twilight Zone," "77 Sunset Strip," and "Frankie and Johnny." She also released several albums and singles, including "Donna Douglas Sings Gospel" and "Dear Heart."

In addition to her entertainment career, Douglas was a devoted Christian and frequently spoke about her faith. She was involved in various charities and organizations, including St. Jude Children's Research Hospital and the Veterans Administration.

Douglas passed away on January 1, 2015, at the age of 82, after a battle with pancreatic cancer. She is remembered for her warm personality, her talent as an actress and singer, and her iconic portrayal of the beloved character Elly May Clampett.

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Mimi Coertse

Mimi Coertse (June 12, 1932 Durban-) also known as Coertse, Mimi is a South African singer.

Her albums: En Die Afrikaanse Lied and Mimi Coertse Uitvoering-Recital.

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Alex Hassilev

Alex Hassilev (July 11, 1932 Paris-) is a French actor, musician, singer, record producer and songwriter.

He is best known as one of the founding members of the popular folk group, The Limeliters. Hassilev was born in Paris to a Russian mother and Greek father, but his family fled to the United States during World War II. He later attended UCLA, where he became involved in the burgeoning folk music scene. In addition to his music career, Hassilev has also acted in several films and television shows, including the classic series "The Twilight Zone." He continued to perform and produce music throughout the 1960s and 70s, and in the 80s he turned his attention to producing films and documentaries. Alex Hassilev's contributions to music and the arts have earned him a place in the International Folk Music Hall of Fame.

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Grady Tate

Grady Tate (January 14, 1932 Durham-) also known as Gradey Tate or Tate, Grady is an American musician.

Discography: TNT, All Love, The Bob Thiele Collective: Louis Satchmo, Hear, O Israel - A Prayer Ceremony in Jazz and . Genres he performed include Hard bop, Bebop and Jazz.

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Slide Hampton

Slide Hampton (April 21, 1932 Jeannette-) also known as Hampton, Slide or Locksley Wellington Hampton is an American musician, composer, bandleader, trombonist, teacher and music arranger.

His albums include Jazz in Paris Collector's Edition: Exodus, Jazz With a Twist / Explosion! The Sound of Slide Hampton, World of Trombones, Americans Swinging in Paris, Mellow-Dy, Spirit of the Horn, A Day in Copenhagen and Jazz Matinee. Genres he performed include Jazz and Hard bop.

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Per Nørgård

Per Nørgård (July 13, 1932 Gentofte Municipality-) a.k.a. Nørgård, Per, Per Norgaard or Per Nørgaard is a Danish composer and film score composer.

His most recognized albums: Symphony no. 4 / Symphony no. 5, Luna - Symphony No. 3 - Twilight (The Danish National Radio Symphony Orchestra and Choir), Seadrift (Bente Vist), Ligeti & Nørgård: Violin Concertos, etc., Songs from Evening Land, Symphonies 3 and 7 and Violin Concertos no. 1 & 2 / Spaces of Time. Genres he performed: Opera, 20th-century classical music, Film score and Ballet.

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Faron Young

Faron Young (February 25, 1932 Shreveport-December 10, 1996 Nashville) also known as Young Faron, Faronyoung, Farron Young, Young, Faron, The Singing Sheriff, The Young Sheriff or The Hillbilly Heartthrob was an American singer, singer-songwriter and actor. His child is Robyn.

Discography: Faron Young Aims at the West, Pen and Paper, Leavin' and Sayin' Gooodbye, Country Christmas, The Classic Years 1952-1962, Walk Tall: The Mercury Hit Singles 1963-75, 20 Best Hits, 20 Greatest Hits, Essential Faron Young and Golden Hits: American Essentials. Genres: Country.

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Lalo Schifrin

Lalo Schifrin (June 21, 1932 Buenos Aires-) a.k.a. L. Schifrin, Lalo Schiffrin, Lalo Shifrin or Boris Claudio Schifrin is an Argentine pianist, conductor, composer, film score composer, music arranger and actor. His children are Ryan Schifrin, William Schifrin and Frances Schifrin.

His discography includes: Bullitt, Towering Toccata, Symphonic Suites From the Motion Picture Scores: The Four Musketeers / The Eagle Has Landed / Voyage of the Damned, Bullitt: The Black Dog Remixes, Rush Hour, The Eagle Has Landed, Latin Jazz Suite, Mannix, Firebird and Kelly's Heroes & The Cincinnati Kid. Genres he performed: Rock music, Bebop, Spy music, Jazz, Film score, Bossa nova and Classical music.

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Rajeev Taranath

Rajeev Taranath (October 17, 1932 Bangalore-) is an Indian film score composer.

Genres: Hindustani classical music and Film score.

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Jerome Lowenthal

Jerome Lowenthal (February 11, 1932 Philadelphia-) is an American pianist.

His discography includes: Winging It: Piano Music of John Corigliano and Années de pèlerinage (complete) / Christmas Tree Suite Books II & III.

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Tommy Makem

Tommy Makem (November 4, 1932 Keady-August 1, 2007 Dover) otherwise known as Makem, Tommy or T. Makem was an American singer, artist, poet, musician and music artist.

His albums include An Evening With Tommy Makem, From the Archives, Live at the Irish Pavilion, Lonesome Waters, Rolling Home, The Song Tradition, The Tommy Makem Songbag, Tommy Makem's Christmas, Tommy Makem Sings Tommy Makem and The Legendary Tommy Makem Collection. Genres: Folk music of Ireland and Folk music.

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Bob McGrath

Bob McGrath (June 13, 1932 Ottawa-) also known as Robert Emmet McGrath, McGrath, Bob, Bobby or Robert Emmet "Bob" McGrath is an American actor, writer, musician and singer.

His albums: Bob's Favorite Street Songs, Sing Me A Story, Sing Along With BOB #1 and Songs + Games For Toddlers.

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Dottie West

Dottie West (October 11, 1932 McMinnville-September 4, 1991 Nashville) also known as Dorothy Marie Marsh or West, Dottie was an American singer, songwriter, singer-songwriter and actor. She had one child, Shelly West.

Her albums: The Essential Dottie West, Country and West, Dottie Sings Eddy, Wild West, Are You Happy Baby: The Collection, Classics, Every Time Two Fools Collide, Dottie West: Greatest Hits, Suffer Time and High Times. Her related genres: Nashville sound, Country pop and Country.

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Don Francks

Don Francks (February 28, 1932 Burnaby-) also known as Donald Harvey Francks, Iron Buffalo, Don Francksinatra, Don "Iron Buffalo" Francks, Don Francis or Red Eagle is a Canadian actor, jazz musician, poet, author, peace activist and voice actor. His children are Cree Summer, Rainbow Sun Francks, Trane Francks and Tyler Francks.

His albums include At the Purple Onion.

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Bob Moore

Bob Moore (November 30, 1932 Nashville-) a.k.a. Moore, Bob is an American bassist, session musician and conductor. He has one child, R. Stevie Moore.

His albums: Mexico.

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Johnny Adams

Johnny Adams (January 5, 1932 New Orleans-September 14, 1998 Baton Rouge) a.k.a. Adams, Johnny was an American singer.

His albums: Room With a View of the Blues, Christmas in New Orleans With Johnny Adams, I Won't Cry, The Immortal Soul of Johnny Adams, After Dark, From the Heart, Good Morning Heartache, Johnny Adams Sings Doc Pomus: The Real Me, Man of My Word and One Foot in the Blues. His related genres: Rhythm and blues, Jazz, Soul music and Gospel music.

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Alvin Batiste

Alvin Batiste (November 7, 1932 New Orleans-May 6, 2007 New Orleans) was an American clarinetist.

Related albums: Bayou Magic, Late and Southern Bells. Genres: Jazz.

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Waldemar Matuška

Waldemar Matuška (July 2, 1932 Košice-May 30, 2009 St. Petersburg) also known as Waldemar Matuska, Matuška, Waldemar, Valdemar Matuska or Matuska was a Slovak singer and actor. He had two children, Waldemar Matuška and Miroslav Matuška.

Discography: Co neodnesl čas.

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Éliane Radigue

Éliane Radigue (January 24, 1932 Paris-) a.k.a. Radigue, Eliane or Eliane Radigue is a French composer. Her child is called Yves Arman.

Her albums: Mila's Journey Inspired by a Dream, Songs of Milarepa, Adnos I-III, Biogenesis, , Elemental II, Kyema, Intermediate States, Vice Versa, Etc..., Triptych and Transamorem - Transmortem. Genres: Ambient music.

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Oliver Nelson

Oliver Nelson (June 4, 1932 St. Louis-October 28, 1975 Los Angeles) a.k.a. Oliver Edward Nelson or Nelson, Oliver was an American film score composer and composer. He had two children, Oliver Nelson Jr. and Nyles Nelson.

Discography: Screamin' the Blues, Verve Jazz Masters 48, Live From Los Angeles, Afro, Main Stem, More Blues and the Abstract Truth, The Blues and the Abstract Blues, Skull Session, Oliver Nelson Plays Michelle and Afro/American Sketches. Genres he performed include Jazz, Post-bop, Bebop, Jazz fusion and Hard bop.

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Ed Bickert

Ed Bickert (November 29, 1932 Manitoba-) also known as Bickert, Ed or Edward Isaac "Ed" Bickert is a Canadian musician and guitarist.

His albums: The Guitar Mastery of Ed Bickert, I Wished on the Moon, Third Floor Richard, At the Garden Party, Mutual Street, Concord Duo Series, Volume Seven, Bye Bye Baby, Sackville 4005 and Ed Bickert.

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Bruno Schleinstein

Bruno Schleinstein (June 2, 1932 Berlin-August 11, 2010 Berlin) also known as Bruno S. was a German artist, musician, actor and visual artist.

Born into poverty, Bruno S. spent much of his early life in various institutions and was often subjected to physical and emotional abuse. Despite this, he showed artistic talent from a young age and eventually pursued a career in the arts.

Bruno S.'s breakthrough came in the 1970s, when he starred in Werner Herzog's film "The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser." He went on to appear in several other Herzog films, as well as in movies by other notable German directors such as Rainer Werner Fassbinder and Wim Wenders.

In addition to his work in film, Bruno S. was also a musician, known for his unique and experimental style. He released several albums throughout his career, including the critically acclaimed "Lilienthal" and "Männer, Frauen und Maschinen."

Throughout his life, Bruno S. struggled with mental health issues, which often translated into his art. His work is known for its raw and emotional quality, exploring themes of isolation, suffering, and redemption. Today, he is remembered as one of the most important and influential figures in German art and cinema.

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Jean-Marie Londeix

Jean-Marie Londeix (September 20, 1932 Libourne-) is a French , .

Jean-Marie Londeix is a French classical saxophonist and pedagogue known for his pioneering work in promoting the saxophone as a solo and chamber music instrument. He was born on September 20, 1932, in Libourne, France, and began his musical studies at a young age. He entered the Paris Conservatory in 1950 and became the first saxophonist to win the prestigious Premier Prix in 1952.

Throughout his career, Londeix has performed with numerous orchestras and has collaborated with some of the world's leading composers, including Pierre Boulez, Luciano Berio, and Olivier Messiaen. He has also recorded extensively and has released over 50 albums, many of which are considered essential listening for saxophonists and classical music enthusiasts.

In addition to his performance career, Londeix has been a dedicated teacher, having taught at the Bordeaux Conservatory and the Paris Conservatory, among others. He has published several influential pedagogical works, including the celebrated "Gymnopedies" and "24 Caprices," which are widely used by saxophonists around the world.

Today, Jean-Marie Londeix is considered one of the most important figures in the history of the classical saxophone and continues to inspire generations of saxophonists through his music and teaching.

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Niccolò Castiglioni

Niccolò Castiglioni (July 17, 1932 Milan-September 7, 1996 Milan) otherwise known as Niccolo Castiglioni or Castiglioni, Niccolò was an Italian author, composer and pianist.

He was born into a family of musicians and began composing at a young age, studying with notable composers such as Franco Margola and Alfredo Casella. Castiglioni's compositions have been recognized for their unique and experimental style, often incorporating sound effects and unconventional instrumentation. He was also known for his use of aleatory and graphic notation in his work, which allowed for a certain degree of improvisation by the performers. Castiglioni taught music composition at the Milan Conservatory for many years and received numerous awards and honors for his contributions to contemporary music. He passed away in Milan in 1996.

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Christiane Kubrick

Christiane Kubrick (May 10, 1932 Braunschweig-) also known as Christiane Harlan, Susanne Christian, Christiane Susanne Harlan or Christiane Harlan Kubrick is a German singer, actor, painter and dancer. She has three children, Vivian Kubrick, Anya Kubrick and Katharina Kubrick.

Christiane Kubrick married the famous filmmaker Stanley Kubrick in 1958 and remained married until Stanley's death in 1999. She appeared in several of his films including "Paths of Glory" and "Eyes Wide Shut". Christiane also contributed to the creation of the films, working as an art director and designing the famous "stargate" sequence in Stanley's acclaimed film "2001: A Space Odyssey".

Alongside her work in film, Christiane is also a talented artist and has exhibited her paintings in galleries in Germany and the United States. She has been a member of the Rote Gras society for artistic exchange since 1978. Additionally, Christiane has worked in theater and dance, and also recorded several albums as a singer.

Christiane continues to promote and preserve the legacy of her late husband Stanley Kubrick by assisting in the restoration of his films and participating in film festivals and exhibitions dedicated to his work.

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O. C. Smith

O. C. Smith (June 21, 1932 Mansfield-November 23, 2001) a.k.a. O.C. Smith, Smith, O.C., Ocie Lee Smith, D.C. Smith or Ocie Smith was an American singer.

His albums: Best Of, The Son of Hickory Holler's Tramp, Hickory Holler Revisited and . Genres he performed: Soul music, Rhythm and blues, Pop music and Jazz.

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Rosalind Runcie

Rosalind Runcie (January 23, 1932-January 12, 2012) a.k.a. Rosalind Turner was a British pianist. Her children are James Runcie and Rebecca Runcie.

Rosalind Runcie was born in London, England and began playing the piano at the age of four. She attended the Royal Academy of Music in London and went on to perform as a soloist and as a member of various ensembles. Runcie was particularly known for her interpretations of Chopin and was a skilled accompanist as well.

In addition to her career as a pianist, Runcie was also a teacher and served on the faculty of the Royal Academy of Music. She was also an advocate for the arts and served on the boards of various cultural organizations.

Runcie was married to Robert Runcie, who served as the Archbishop of Canterbury from 1980 to 1991. Together, they had three children, including author James Runcie and filmmaker Rebecca Runcie.

Rosalind Runcie passed away in 2012 at the age of 79.

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Russ Hamilton

Russ Hamilton (January 19, 1932 Liverpool-October 11, 2008 Flintshire) also known as Ronald Hulme was an English singer.

He was a popular crooner in the 1950s and 1960s, known for his smooth voice and romantic ballads. Hamilton had several chart-topping hits in the UK, including "We Will Make Love" and "Rainbow". He also had success in the United States, where he appeared on the popular television program, The Ed Sullivan Show. In addition to his music career, Hamilton was also an actor, appearing in films such as "The Big Chance" and "This Is My Street". He remained active in the music industry throughout his life, performing on cruise ships and at various events until his death in 2008.

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Ron Miller

Ron Miller (October 5, 1932 Chicago-July 23, 2007 Santa Monica) also known as Miller, Ron was an American songwriter. He had one child, Lisa Dawn Miller.

Miller began his career working with Motown Records as a songwriter and producer, with hits like "For Once in My Life" and "Touch Me in the Morning" for Diana Ross. He later went on to work with a variety of artists, including Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson, and Elton John. In addition to his work in the music industry, Miller also served as president and CEO of Walt Disney Productions from 1978 to 1984. During his tenure, he oversaw the development of several successful films, such as "The Fox and the Hound" and "Tron", and the expansion of Disneyland with the opening of Epcot Center in Florida. After leaving Disney, Miller continued to work as a songwriter and producer until his death in 2007.

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Robert Sherlaw Johnson

Robert Sherlaw Johnson (May 21, 1932 Tyne and Wear-November 3, 2000) was an English , .

composer, guitarist, and musicologist. He studied music at the University of Oxford and later at the Royal College of Music in London. Johnson was known for his compositions for solo guitar and for his research on early music, particularly the lute music of the 16th and 17th centuries.

In addition to his academic work, Johnson performed as a guitarist and gave lectures and recitals around the world. He was also a prolific writer, with numerous articles and essays on music to his name. Johnson was awarded the Medal of the City of Paris for his contributions to the field of music.

Despite his diverse interests, Johnson is perhaps best known for his guitar compositions, which have been widely recorded and performed. His style was influenced by the music of Dowland, Bach, and Barrios, and his works are noted for their technical skill and emotional depth.

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Bob Florence

Bob Florence (May 20, 1932 Los Angeles-May 15, 2008 Los Angeles) also known as Robert Florence was an American jazz pianist, pianist and music arranger.

His albums: Serendipity 18, Quietly There: Music of Johnny Mandel, , State of the Art and Westlake. Genres related to him: Jazz.

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