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HLyHumphrey Lyttelton (musician)
HLyHappy Life Year
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The new 30-pound edition of the Oxford Dictionary of Quotations has 20,000 new entries including words of wisdom and wit by President Obama, scientist Stephen Hawking and late jazzman Humphrey Lyttelton. (ANI)
JAZZ legend and radio star Humphrey Lyttelton left nearly pounds 1.2million in his will.
Before his death in April last year, much-loved chairman Humphrey Lyttelton would read out the incoherent correspondence from the idiosyncratic Mrs Trellis, which usually involved mistaking Humph for another Radio 4 presenter or media figure.
The programme, described as the "antidote to panel games", will come back with a new host following the death of Humphrey Lyttelton, chairman of the programme since its inception in 1972.
THE British jazz fraternity suffered an irreplaceable loss on Friday with the passing of the most important and best-loved of its number, Humphrey Lyttelton.
ONE of Britain's greatest jazz musicians and comedy hosts Humphrey Lyttelton died yesterday aged 86.
Kenneth Horne came third, while in fourth place was the highest ranked bunch of living comics - the team behind Radio 4's I'm Sorry I Haven't Got a Clue - Humphrey Lyttelton, Graeme Garden, Tim Brooke-Taylor and Barry Cryer.
Jazz legend Humphrey Lyttelton was the popular deadpan host of the programme until his death in 2008.
Alan has recorded and toured with band leaders Humphrey Lyttelton, Stan Tracey and John Dankworth.
Acker Bilk is among the interviewees, with footage of such legends as Humphrey Lyttelton and George Melly.
As an apprentice, I was invited to my first concert, which was Humphrey Lyttelton's Traditional Jazz Band, and to my amazement on entering the auditorium the whole place was packed solid.
There will also be performances by Armonico Consort, one of the country's leading chamber choirs, leading baroque soprano Elin Manahan Thomas and trumpeter Crispian Steele-Perkins, international soprano Rebecca Evans and, closing the festival, a Big Band jazz evening courtesy of The Humphrey Lyttelton Band and singer Tina May.