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1919 Nat "King" Cole (Alabama-born African-American Jazz Musician, Singer) Nat King Cole Popular Musicians Jazz African American Performing Artists
1920 John LaMontaine (Chicago-born Composer) Chicago Composers American Composers
1938 Rudolf Nureyev (Russian Ballet Dancer) Rudolf Nureyev Ballet
1944 John Sebastian (New York City-born Popular Musician; Member of the "Lovin' Spoonful") New York City Performing Artists American Composers and Songwriters Popular Music Internet Movie Database
Persons of Historic Significance Who Have Died on This Date
1902 George W. Warren (New York-born Organist, Hymnist: Author of the National Hymn: "God of Our Fathers") New York Composers and Songwriters Organ Religion Concordia
1830 Frederic Chopin Makes His Concert Debut in Warsaw, Poland, Performing His Own Piano Concerto in f-minor Frederic Chopin Composers Classical Music Historic Firsts American Public Media
1954 Quincy Porter's Pulitzer Prize-Winning "Concerto Concertante" for Two Pianos and Orchestra Is First Performed in Louisville, Kentucky Louisville, Kentucky Connecticut Composers American Composers Historic Firsts 1954 Pulitzer Prize in Music American Public Media

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