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FRANCE-FRANCOPHONIE/
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April 27, 2016
French President Francois Hollande (R) meets with Michaelle Jean (2ndL), secretary general of the Organisation...
Paris, France
French President Francois Hollande meets with Michaelle Jean, secretary general of the Organisation Internationale...
French President Francois Hollande (R) meets with Michaelle Jean (2ndL), secretary general of the Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie (International Organisation of French-speaking countries - OIF), and and Cameroonian saxophonist and vibraphone player Manu Dibango (L) at the Elysee Palace in Paris, France, April 27, 2016. REUTERS/Stephane de Sakutin/Pool
HAMPTON
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September 07, 2002
Wynton Marsalis (front) leads musicians in a funeral procession for jazz great Lionel Hampton in New...
New York, USA
Wynton Marsalis (front) leads musicians in a funeral procession for jazz great Lionel Hampton in New.....
Wynton Marsalis (front) leads musicians in a funeral procession for jazz great Lionel Hampton in New York, September 7, 2002. Hampton, an American jazz icon who pioneered the vibraphone as a jazz instrument and whose musical career spanned six decades beginning in the late 1920s, died on August 31, aged 94.[ Hampton, who played with many of the leading lights of jazz from Louis Armstrong to Benny Goodman to Charlie Parker, wrote more than 200 pieces of music, including the jazz standards "Flying Home," "Evil Gal Blues" and "Midnight Sun" and was also an inspiration to countless jazz musicians.]
HAMPTON
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September 07, 2002
The Lionel Hampton Orchestra plays at the funeral for jazz musician Lionel Hampton in New York on September...
New York, USA
The Lionel Hampton Orchestra plays at the funeral for jazz musician Lionel Hampton in New York on Se.....
The Lionel Hampton Orchestra plays at the funeral for jazz musician Lionel Hampton in New York on September 7, 2002. Hampton, an American jazz icon who pioneered the vibraphone as a jazz instrument and whose musical career spanned six decades beginning in the late 1920s, died on August 31, aged 94. [Hampton, who played with many of the leading lights of jazz from Louis Armstrong to Benny Goodman to Charlie Parker, wrote more than 200 pieces of music, including the jazz standards "Flying Home," "Evil Gal Blues" and "Midnight Sun" and was also an inspiration to countless jazz musicians. ]
MARSALIS
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September 07, 2002
Wynton Marsalis (L) leads a funeral procession with a group of musicians escorting the coffin to the...
New York, USA
Wynton Marsalis (L) leads a funeral procession with a group of musicians escorting the coffin to the.....
Wynton Marsalis (L) leads a funeral procession with a group of musicians escorting the coffin to the funeral for jazz musician Lionel Hampton in New York on September 7, 2002. Hampton was remembered as one of the greatest vibraphone players by fellow musicians and friends while several musical tributes were played during the funeral at The Riverside Church in Harlem.
PEOPLE HAMPTON FUNERAL
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September 07, 2002
Wynton Marsalis (front) leads musicians in a funeral procession for
jazz great Lionel Hampton in New...
New York, United States of America
WYNTON MARSALIS LEADS FUNERAL PROCESSION FOR JAZZ GREAT LIONEL HAMPTON.
Wynton Marsalis (front) leads musicians in a funeral procession for
jazz great Lionel Hampton in New York, September 7, 2002. Hampton, an
American jazz icon who pioneered the vibraphone as a jazz instrument
and whose musical career spanned six decades beginning in the late
1920s, died on August 31, aged 94. Hampton, who played with many of the
leading lights of jazz from Louis Armstrong to Benny Goodman to Charlie
Parker, wrote more than 200 pieces of music, including the jazz
standards "Flying Home," "Evil Gal Blues" and "Midnight Sun" and was
also an inspiration to countless jazz musicians. REUTERS/Chip East

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PEOPLE HAMPTON FUNERAL
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September 07, 2002
Wynton Marsalis (front) leads musicians in a funeral procession for
jazz great Lionel Hampton in New...
New York, United States of America
WYNTON MARSALIS LEADS FUNERAL PROCESSION FOR JAZZ GREAT LIONEL HAMPTON.
Wynton Marsalis (front) leads musicians in a funeral procession for
jazz great Lionel Hampton in New York, September 7, 2002. Hampton, an
American jazz icon who pioneered the vibraphone as a jazz instrument
and whose musical career spanned six decades beginning in the late
1920s, died on August 31, aged 94. Hampton, who played with many of the
leading lights of jazz from Louis Armstrong to Benny Goodman to Charlie
Parker, wrote more than 200 pieces of music, including the jazz
standards "Flying Home," "Evil Gal Blues" and "Midnight Sun" and was
also an inspiration to countless jazz musicians. REUTERS/Chip East

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PEOPLE HAMPTON FUNERAL
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September 07, 2002
The Lionel Hampton Orchestra plays at the funeral for jazz musician Lionel Hampton in New York on September...
New York, United States of America
ORCHESTRA PLAYS AT THE FUNERAL FOR JAZZ GREAT LIONEL HAMPTON.
The Lionel Hampton Orchestra plays at the funeral for jazz musician Lionel Hampton in New York on September 7, 2002. Hampton, an American jazz icon who pioneered the vibraphone as a jazz instrument and whose musical career spanned six decades beginning in the late 1920s, died on August 31, aged 94. Hampton, who played with many of the leading lights of jazz from Louis Armstrong to Benny Goodman to Charlie Parker, wrote more than 200 pieces of music, including the jazz standards "Flying Home," "Evil Gal Blues" and "Midnight Sun" and was also an inspiration to countless jazz musicians. REUTERS/Chip East

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PEOPLE HAMPTON FUNERAL
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September 07, 2002
Former U.S. President George Bush speaks at the funeral for jazz
musician Lionel Hampton in New York,...
New York
GEORGE H W BUSH SPEAKS AT THE FUNERAL FOR JAZZ GREAT LIONEL HAMPTON.
Former U.S. President George Bush speaks at the funeral for jazz
musician Lionel Hampton in New York, September 7, 2002. Hampton, an
American jazz icon who pioneered the vibraphone as a jazz instrument
and whose musical career spanned six decades beginning in the late
1920s, died on August 31, aged 94. Hampton, who played with many of the
leading lights of jazz from Louis Armstrong to Benny Goodman to Charlie
Parker, wrote more than 200 pieces of music, including the jazz
standards "Flying Home," "Evil Gal Blues" and "Midnight Sun" and was
also an inspiration to countless jazz musicians. REUTERS/Chip East

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PEOPLE HAMPTON FUNERAL
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September 07, 2002
Wynton Marsalis leads a funeral durge with a group of musicians
escorting the coffin to the funeral...
New York
WYNTON MARSALIS PLAYS AT THE FUNERAL FOR JAZZ GREAT LIONEL HAMPTON.
Wynton Marsalis leads a funeral durge with a group of musicians
escorting the coffin to the funeral for jazz musician Lionel Hampton in
New York on September 7, 2002. Hampton was remembered as one of the
greatest vibraphone players by fellow musicians and friends while
several musical tributes were played during the funeral at The
Riverside Church in Harlem. REUTERS/Chip East

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HAMPTON
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January 30, 2001
Jazz legend Lionel Hampton tests his vibraphone moments after donating it during a ceremony to the Smithsonian's...
Washington, USA
Jazz legend Lionel Hampton tests his vibraphone moments after donating it during a ceremony to the .....
Jazz legend Lionel Hampton tests his vibraphone moments after donating it during a ceremony to the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History in Washington, January 30, 2001.[ Hampton has played the instrument for the last 15 years and it now joins an extensive History of Jazz collection in the museum including the archives of Duke Ellington and Ella Fitzgerald. ]
MUSIC SMITHSONIAN
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January 30, 2001
Jazz legend Lionel Hampton tests his vibraphone moments after donating it during a ceremony to the Smithsonian's...
Washington, USA
JAZZ LEGEND LIONEL HAMPTON DONATES HIS VIBRAPHONE TO SMITHSONIAN MUSEUM.
Jazz legend Lionel Hampton tests his vibraphone moments after donating it during a ceremony to the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History in Washington, January 30, 2001. Hampton has played the instrument for the last 15 years and it now joins an extensive History of Jazz collection in the museum including the archives of Duke Ellington and Ella Fitzgerald.

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PEOPLE HAMPTON
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July 23, 1998
Lionel Hampton, an American jazz icon who pioneered and popularized the
vibraphone as a jazz instrument...
Washington, United States of America
FILE PHOTO OF JAZZ ICON LIONEL HAMPTON PERFORMING AT THE WHITE HOUSE.
Lionel Hampton, an American jazz icon who pioneered and popularized the
vibraphone as a jazz instrument and whose musical career spanned six
decades beginning in the 1920s, died on August 31, 2002, aged 94.
Hampton is shown performing at a celebration of the jazz great's 90th
birthday at the White House July 23, 1998. REUTERS/Rick Wilking/FILE

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