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  1. David Spencer Ware (* 7. November 1949 in Plainfield, New Jersey; † 18. Oktober 2012 in New Brunswick, New Jersey [1]) war ein US-amerikanischer Jazz - Saxophonist. [2] Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Leben und Wirken 2 Auszeichnungen 3 Trivia 4 Auswahldiskografie 4.1 Als Leader 4.2 Als Sideman 5 Lexikalische Einträge 6 Dokumentarfilm 7 Weblinks

  2. David Spencer Ware: Born November 7, 1949 Plainfield, New Jersey, U.S. Died October 18, 2012 (aged 62) New Brunswick, New Jersey, U.S. Genres: Jazz, free jazz, avant-garde jazz: Occupation(s) Musician, composer, bandleader: Instrument(s) Saxophone: Labels: Silkheart, DIW, Homestead, AUM Fidelity, Columbia, Thirsty Ear: Website ...

  3. David S. Ware official website. discography. gallery. audio video. The David Lynch Foundation Television presents. http://davidsware.blogspot.com. © 2010 David S Ware. All rights reserved.

  4. David S. Ware was a major jazz saxophonist, conceptualist and bandleader. As major as they come. He began practicing meditation as a young man; going forward, his spiritual and musical development were inseparably intertwined. David S. Ware was born in Plainfield, New Jersey, on November 7, 1949. His early love of music was nurtured by some ...

  5. 20. Okt. 2012 · David S. Ware, a powerful and contemplative jazz saxophonist whose career began in the early 1970s but who did not make a significant name for himself until 20 years later when he helped lead a...

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  6. David S. Ware. More images. Real Name: David Spencer Ware. Profile: American jazz saxophonist. Born : November 07, 1949 in Plainfield, New Jersey. Died : October 18, 2012 in New Brunswick, New Jersey. Dave played with : Stanton Davis, Cedric Lawson, Art Lande, Michael Brecker, "Apogee", Sam Rivers, David Murray, Butch Morris, Arthur Blythe, Don ...