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 (mĭng′gəs), Charles 1922-1979.
American bassist and composer of complex works combining elements of jazz, gospel, and classical music.

Mingus

(ˈmɪŋɡəs)
n
(Biography) Charles, known as Charlie Mingus. 1922–79, US jazz double bassist, composer, and band leader
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Better Git It in Your Soul: An Interpretive Biography of Charles Mingus.
Bobby and Annie were a couple; they'd been together awhile before moving in together, and Mingus had been in the apartment forever.
Mingus research, trace, and reconstruct each detail of the battle's progression, in language accessible to readers of all backgrounds.
Mingus, an author and scientist who works in the global paper industry, and Wittenberg, an American Civil War cavalry historian, author, and attorney, describe the Second Battle of Winchester in June of 1863 during the Gettysburg Campaign of the Civil War.
Some people think that jazz is inaccessible, but Mingus is a great place to start.
COOS BAY - A controversial memorial cross in Coos Bay's Mingus Park will remain where it is for the foreseeable future.
DURING his lifetime, bassist and composer Charles Mingus struggled with the challenge of airing his more ambitiouslyscaled pieces.
And next Tuesday's regular freebie jazz night (with a suggested PS5 donation) at The Spotted Dog in Birmingham features renowned bassist Arnie Somogyi's Big Band, who are themselves dedicated to the songbook of Charles Mingus.
Ubicada al fondo de una pequena cerrada de la calle Humboldt, a escasas cuatro cuadras del centro de esta ciudad, se encuentra la casa en la que vivio su ultimo ano de vida el genio contrabajista de jazz Charles Mingus.
Goodman (author); MINGUS SPEAKS; University of California Press (Nonfiction: Music) 34.
With which instrument was US jazz musician and bandleader Charlie Mingus associated?
Nor was Mingus aiming for any real measure of mainstream appeal--it's a safe bet that Mingus Ah Um didn't rocket up the charts.