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  1. Mary Lou Williams. Mary Elfrieda Scruggs, conocida en el mundo del jazz como Mary Lou Williams ( Atlanta, Georgia, 8 de mayo de 1910 - Durham, Carolina del Norte, 28 de mayo de 1981) fue una pianista, arreglista y compositora estadounidense que desarrolló su trabajo con músicos de swing, bebop e, incluso, free jazz .

  2. Mary Lou Williams (born Mary Elfrieda Scruggs; May 8, 1910 – May 28, 1981) was an American jazz pianist, arranger, and composer. She wrote hundreds of compositions and arrangements and recorded more than one hundred records (in 78, 45, and LP versions).

  3. Mary Lou Williams was born Mary Elfrieda Scruggs in Atlanta, Georgia on May 8, 1910. Her father left the family shortly after she was born and her mother, Virginia Winn, married Williams’s stepfather, Fletcher Burley. When Williams was four, her mother and stepfather moved the family to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

  4. Mary Lou Williams, née Mary Elfrieda Scruggs, (born May 8, 1910, Atlanta, Ga., U.S.—died May 28, 1981, Durham, N.C.), jazz pianist who performed with and composed for many of the great jazz artists of the 1940s and ’50s. Williams received early instruction from her mother, a classically trained pianist.

  5. Mary Lou Williams. More Images. Real Name: Mary Elfreda Winn. Profile: American jazz pianist, composer and arranger who performed with many major jazz artists, renowned for her approach to the bop style. Born: 8 May 1910, Atlanta, Georgia, USA. Died: 28 May 1981, Durham, North Carolina, USA. Sites:

  6. Mary Lou Williams, nacida Mary Elfrieda Scruggs el 8 de mayo de 1910 en Atlanta, Estados Unidos, no sólo sabía tocar el piano desde los tres años de edad, también interpretaba música espiritual y ragtime, mientras se sentaba en las piernas de su madre para alcanzar el órgano. Todo lo aprendió de oido, pues nadie le enseño a leer música.