Person    | Male  Born 12/3/1928  Died 17/1/2000

Philip Jones

Categories: Music / songs

Trumpeter. Born in Bath into a family of musicians. Came to London with his family in 1933. Founded the Philip Jones Brass Ensemble and pioneered brass chamber music. Died at home, 14 Hamilton Terrace.

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Philip Jones

Philip Jones, CBE, 1928 - 2000, musician, founder of the Philip Jones Brass E...

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