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Norma Procter

Mary Norma Procter was a respected Uk contralto in the years following World Battle II. She was a pupil of Roy Henderson and Alec Redshaw. Although she do sing opera (including becoming selected by Benjamin Britten to sing the name part of his The Rape of Lucretia in the 1958 …

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Peter Appleyard

A versatile vibraphonist with the capacity of carrying out close music and verbal imitations of Lionel Hampton, Crimson Norvo, Milt Jackson, and Terry Gibbs, Peter Appleyard is an excellent swing participant. His wide-ranging profession included playing drums in British dance bands, an interval spent surviving in Bermuda (before settling in …

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