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 (jăr′ĭt), Keith Born 1945.
American pianist and composer best known for his solo jazz improvisations, especially The Köln Concert (1975), but also noted for his classical recordings.
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Jarrett

(ˈdʒærɪt)
n
(Biography) Keith born 1945, US jazz pianist and composer
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A foul on winger Jarret Rivers then saw striker Adam Campbell score the second from the penalty spot.
She also leaves behind six great-grandchildren and siblings Charles Allen, Jr., Shirley Walters, Roger Allen, Richard Allen, and Larry Jarret. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband; and siblings Carolyn Garcia, Betty Hart, Billy Allen, and Melvin Allen.
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The restaurant has an extensive offering of cuisines including cafe style selections, Thai and Chinese dishes and a fine dining menu with Jarret D'Agneau, Wagyu Ribeye, Lobster Thermidor and Norwegian Roasted Salmon, amongst other delicacies.
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