Category:Oscar Peterson

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Oscar Peterson 
Canadian jazz pianist and composer
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Date of birth15 August 1925
Montreal
Date of death23 December 2007
Mississauga
  • natural causes
  • kidney failure
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Sibling
  • Daisy Sweeney
Award received
  • Canadian Music Hall of Fame
  • Governor General's Awards
  • Glenn Gould Prize (1993)
  • Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award (1997)
  • Praemium Imperiale (1999)
  • BBC Jazz Awards
  • Companion of the Order of Canada
  • Order of Ontario
  • Knight of the National Order of Quebec (1991)
  • Officier des Arts et des Lettres‎
  • Loyola Medal (1997)
  • Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Achievement Award (1986)
  • Grammy Award for Best Jazz Instrumental Album (1974, The Trio, Joe Pass)
  • Canadian Music Hall of Fame (1978, Guy Lombardo)
  • Grammy Award for Best Improvised Jazz Solo (1977, The Giants)
  • Canadian Music Hall of Fame (1978)
  • Grammy Award for Best Improvised Jazz Solo (1978)
  • Grammy Award for Best Improvised Jazz Solo (1979, Oscar Peterson and the Trumpet Kings – Jousts)
  • Grammy Award for Best Improvised Jazz Solo (1990, Live at the Blue Note)
  • Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award (1996, Buddy Holly)
  • honorary doctorate at the Laval University (1985)
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