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  1. Sarah Lois Vaughan (March 27, 1924 – April 3, 1990) was an American jazz singer.. Nicknamed "Sassy" and "The Divine One", she won four Grammy Awards, including the Lifetime Achievement Award.

  2. Sarah Vaughan Sings With John Kirby And His Orchestra: Sarah Vaughan Sings With John Kirby And His Orchestra - Sarah Vaughan Sings with John Kirby and his Orchestra (Album) 2 versions : Riverside Records: RLP 2511: US: 1954: Sell This Version

  3. www.sarahvaughanauthor.comSarah Vaughan

    ABOUT SARAH VAUGHAN. Sarah Vaughan is a Sunday Times and international best-selling author. Before writing fiction, Sarah spent 15 years as a journalist, including 11 at the Guardian as a political correspondent and news reporter: great preparation for thrillers exploring power, privilege and misogyny, and incorporating police investigations and criminal trials.

  4. Sarah Vaughan, née le 27 mars 1924 à Newark dans le New Jersey et morte le 3 avril 1990 à Hidden Hills en Californie, est une chanteuse de jazz américaine.. Elle est considérée, avec Ella Fitzgerald, Nina Simone et Billie Holiday, comme l'une des quatre plus grandes chanteuses de jazz de l'histoire.

  5. Sarah Hall (born 1972), best known under the pseudonym Sarah Vaughan, is a British writer and journalist. Until 2008, she worked for The Guardian as a senior reporter, health correspondent, and political correspondent. She published her first book in 2014.

  6. September Song - Wynton Marsalis and Sarah Vaughan with the Boston Pops; Videos Haydn Trumpet Concerto - Wynton Marsalis with Boston Pops Orchestra; Wynton's Blog This is a story about an exchange I had with Sarah Vaughan when playing with Boston Pops

  7. sarah vaughan - A Lover's concerto.

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