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Georges Arvanitas (born in Marseille on June 13, 1931; died September 25, 2005) was a jazz pianist and organist. Contents 1 Life and career 2 Discography 3 References 4 External links Life and career He began life as a child of Greek immigrants from Constantinople. At the age of four he began studying piano and initially trained as a classical. However he switched to jazz some time in his teens and would be known for jazz in adulthood.[1] His influences included Bud Powell and Bill Evans. In the late '50s, he recorded on albums by Art Farmer and Louis Hayes, and played with Dexter Gordon and Johnny Griffin.[2] He also worked with Yusef Lateef.[3] Discography « Georges Arvanitas trio in concert » - Futura Ger 11 (1969) « Space ballad » (1970) « Les classiques du jazz » (1970) « Ambiance Musique Luis Conti » (1971) « Brigitte Fontaine » (1972) « Douce ambiance » (1972) « Porgy and Bess » (1973) « Live again » - Futura Ger 38-39 (1973) « Anniversary » (1976) « I like it cool » (1976) « Feeling jazzy » (1977) « Swing again » (1978) « The hound of music" (1978) « Round about midnight » (1985) « Qu'est-ce qu'on joue ? » (1986) « Quartet » (1987) « Orgue Hammond » (1988) « Bird of paradise » (1988) « One night for 3 pianos » (1989) A alors (1990) Georges Arvanitas plays George Gershwin (1993) Georges Arvanitas plays… Duke Ellington (1993) Live (1993) Rencontre (1997) - with Ira Coleman and Joe Chambers My favorite piano songs (1997) Little Florence (2000) References ^ Daily Telegraph ^ Carr, Ian; Fairweather, Digby and Priestley, Brian Rough Guide to Jazz Rough Guides, 2004 ISBN 1843532565, 9781843532569 at Google Books ^ The gentle giant: the autobiography of Yusef Lateef by Yusef Lateef and Herb Boyd, pg 99 External links Album Live Again at www.sefronia.com Persondata Name Arvanitas, Georges Alternative names Short description Date of birth June 13, 1931 Place of birth Date of death September 25, 2005 Place of death This article on a French musician is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e This article about a jazz pianist is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e This article on an organist is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e