Janeirabloom

(1984 SQ2 )
CURRENT POSITION: 3 CAN 43
Incl: 5.65597
Eccent: 0.1782193
Period: 3.3539050707084 years
AU 2.2405456
Type: 0000

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25.9.1984 06:54 Anderson Mesa 111w32 35n5 observations 1

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Named in honor of soprano saxophonist and jazz composer Jane Ira Bloom. Bloom is known for her chromatic, lyrical playing and compositions for orchestra, unusual ensembles and dance troupes. Her performances with traditional jazz groups appear on several critically acclaimed recordings. As the first musician in the NASA Art Program, she wrote "Most Distant Galaxy" and "Einstein's Red/Blue Universe", the latter on commission for the American Composers' Orchestra.

Named in honor of soprano saxophonist and jazz composer Jane Ira Bloom. Bloom is known for her chromatic, lyrical playing and compositions for orchestra, unusual ensembles and dance troupes. Her performances with traditional jazz groups appear on several acclaimed recordings. As the first musician in the NASA Art Program, she wrote “Most Distant Galaxy” and “Einstein’s Red/Blue Universe“, the latter on commission for the American Composers’ Orchestra. (M 31296)

Avastatud: 25-9-1984 Avastamiskoht: Anderson Mesa Avastajad: Skiff, B. A.

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