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28 Topic Pages Found in Music and starting with the letter G
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Garcia, (Jerome John) Jerry (1942 - 1995)

US guitarist, songwriter, and leader of the group the Grateful Dead. Closely involved with the San Francisco hippie movement and the use of drugs such

Garfunkel, Art (Nov 5, 1942 - )

US singer. With Paul Simon he formed the folk-rock duo Simon and Garfunkel, and had such hits as ‘Mrs Robinson’ (1968) and ‘Bridge Over Troubled

Garland, Judy (1922 - 1969)

1922–69, American singer and film actress, b. Grand Rapids, Minn., originally named Frances Gumm. She sang in her father's theater from the age of

Geldof, Bob (1954 - )

Rock singer and Third World activist. He was born in Dublin and educated at Blackrock College. In 1975 he became lead singer with a rock group that he

Genre

From the French for “kind” or “sort,” and etymologically derived from the Latin genus , the word “genre” has connotations of biological kind, and its

Gerhard, Roberto (Sep 25, 1896 - Jan 5, 1970)

Spanish-born British composer. He studied with Enrique Granados and Arnold Schoenberg and settled in England in 1939, where he composed twelve-tone

German, Edward Jones, German Edward (Feb 17, 1862 - Nov 11, 1936)

English composer. He is remembered for his operettas Merrie England (1902) and Tom Jones (1907), and he wrote many other instrumental, orchestral, and

Gershwin, George (1898 - 1937)

The American music master George Gershwin was born Jacob Gershvin in Brooklyn, New York, on September 26, 1898. The family soon moved to Manhattan's

Gershwin, Ira (1896 - 1983)

US lyricist. In 1917 he began to write song lyrics and in 1918 he began his long collaboration with his brother, the composer George Gershwin .

Gilbert, Sir William Schwenck (1836 - 1911)

1836–1911, English playwright and poet. He won fame as the librettist of numerous popular operettas, written in collaboration with the composer Sir