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Article's first page first published April 5, 2020
This page of article first published December 16, 2020
Last updated January 6, 2021


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We salute the following from the world of culture and the arts who succumbed to COVID-19 along with 1,869,808+ others in our planet

 

FEBRUARY-MARCH 2020 | APRIL 2020 | MAY-AUGUST 2020 | SEPTEMBER-NOVEMBER 2020 | DECEMBER 2020-JANUARY 2021

 


 

Hasna Begum (Bangladesh)
philosopher and feminist
(February 24, 1935 - December 1, 2020 in Dhaka)

Hasna Begum. [Photo from dailynous.com]

 


 

Franco Giraldi (Italy)
film director and screenwriter
(July 11, 1931 - December 2, 2020 in Trieste)

Seven Guns for the MacGregors | SPAGHETTI WESTERN | Full Length Movie | Cowboy Film | Free Western Movie. [Video uploaded by Grjngo - Western Movies, 15 July 2020]


Franco Giraldi. [Photo from world-today-news.com]

 


 

Boris Plotnikov (USSR, Russia)
actor
(April 2, 1949 - December 2, 2020 in Moscow)

Boris Plotnikov in Voskhozhdenie (The Ascent), 1977. [Photo from imdb.com]

 


 

Ron Mathewson (United Kingdom)
jazz double bassist and bass guitarist
(February 19, 1944 - December 3, 2020 in London)

A performance of "All On a Summer's Day" by Ray Warleigh on flute, John Taylor on piano, Frank Gibson Jr. on drums, and Ron Mathewson on bass, in the four's 1973 album Reverie (Vinyl Records). [Uploaded by Jazz in Britain, 21 January 2018]

 


 

Bassam Saba (Lebanon)
musician, promoter of Arabic music in the West as co-founder of the New York Arabic Orchestra and director of Lebanon's national conservatory of music
(October 26, 1958 - December 4, 2020 in Beirut)

Bassam Saba performing an improvisation on the nay on Do Ai TV in Taipei, Taiwan. [Video uploaded by NYarabicorchestra, 21 December 2012]

 


 

Jacques Puisais (France)
taste philosopher
(June 8, 1927 - December 6, 2020 in Saint-Benoît-la-Forêt)

Jacques Puisais. [Screenshot from the video Jacques Puisais, oenologue, uploaded by cahorsmalbecFR, 8 June 2010]

 


 

Divya Bhatnagar (India)
actress
(September 15, 1986 - December 7, 2020 in Mumbai)

Divya Bhatnagar. [Photo from dnaindia.com]

 


 

Phyllis Eisenstein (United States)
author of science fiction and fantasy literature
(February 26, 1946 - December 7, 2020 in Chicago)

Two of Phyllis Eisenstein's books. [Photo from blackgate.com]

 


 

Walter Hooper (United States, United Kingdom)
literary editor, literary advisor of the estate of C.S. Lewis, and literary trustee for Owen Barfield
(March 27, 1931 - December 7, 2020 in Oxford, Oxfordshire)

Walter Hooper with Kim Gilnett. [Uploaded 26 January 2019 by CSLewisFoundation]

 


 

Dawn Lindberg (South Africa)
folk music singer, actress, theater producer and director and founder of the South African Nalendi Theatre Awards
(April 14, 1945 - December 7, 2020 in Plettenberg Bay)

Remembering Dawn Lindberg. [Uploaded 9 December 2020 by eNCA]

 


 

Harold Budd (United States)
avant-garde composer and poet
(May 24, 1936 - December 8, 2020)

Harold Budd - Luxa (1996) (Full Album). [Uploaded by Matias Alejandro Cabrera, 14 March 2020]

 


 

Manglesh Dabral (India)
Hindi-language poet and journalist
(May 16, 1948 - December 9, 2020 in New Delhi)

Three of Manglesh Dabral's translated poems in thewire.in

 


 

Rahnaward Zaryab (Afghanistan)
novelist, short story writer, journalist and literary critic
(August, 1944 - December 10, 2020)

Rahnaward Zaryab going through his CDs. [Photo by Bryan Denton for The New York Times grabbed from nytimes.com]

 


 

Carol Sutton (United States)
film, television and stage actress
(December 3, 1944 - December 10, 2020 in New Orleans)

Carol Sutton in an interview with Gambit Weekly in 2012. [Uploaded by Gambit Weekly, 29 March 2012]

 


 

Đurđa Ivezić (Croatia)
film, television and stage actress
(October 17, 1936 - December 11, 2020 in Zagreb)

Đurđa Ivezić. [Photo from index.hr]

 


 

Kim Ki-duk (South Korea)
film director
(December 20, 1960 - December 11, 2020 in Riga, Latvia)

Trailer for Kim Ki-duk's Pieta (2012). [Uploaded by FRESH Movie Trailers, 12 April 2013]

 


 

Irena Veisaitė (Lithuania)
theater scholar, intellectual and human rights activist
(January 9, 1928 - December 11, 2020 in Vilnius)

Irena Veisaitė with historian Aurimas Švedas. [Photo from a post by Trafika Europe on Twitter]

 


 

Damir Kukuruzović (Croatia)
gypsy jazz guitarist
(August 20, 1975 - December 12, 2020 in Zagreb)

Damir Kukuruzović (in unbuttoned white dress shirt over black t-shirt) with his Django Group and guest Stochelo Rosenberg (to Kukuruzović's left) performing at the Sisak Siscia jazz club. [Video uploaded by siscia jazz club, 2 August 2018]

 


 

Charley Pride (United States)
singer, guitarist and professional baseball player
(March 18, 1934 - December 12, 2020 in Dallas)

Charley Pride Greatest Hits Full Album 2018 || Charley Pride Best Of. [Uploaded by O Yeh, 19 January 2018]

 


 

Jaroslav Mostecký (Czech Republic)
science fiction writer
(September 29, 1963 - December 13, 2020)

The cover of Jaroslav Mostecký's Prokleti prizracnych hrebcu (Vlci vek 3) [Cursed Phantom Stallions (Wolves age 3)] (2016). [Screen-grabbed from issuu.com]

 


 

Piotr Machalica (Poland)
stage and film actor
(February 13, 1955 - December 14, 2020 in Warsaw)

One of the last interviews with Piotr Machalica, this one by Barbara Bernhardt for the Kosciuszko Foundation Impromptu Series. [Uploaded by KosciuszkoTV, 18 August 2020]

 


 

Paulinho (Brazil)
singer and percussionist (mainly for Roupa Nova)
(September 6, 1952 - December 14, 2020 in Rio de Janeiro)

A collage of photos of Paulinho with a Roupa Nova track. {Uploaded by Milena Ferreira, 9 February 2012]

 


 

Noureddine Saïl (Morocco)
media executive, film critic and writer
(1947 - December 15, 2020 in Casablanca)

Noureddine Saïl. [Screen-grabbed from the YouTube video Noureddine Sail : Il est temps de travailler sur la nouvelle loi du Cinéma au Maroc (Noureddine Sail: It's time to work on a new cinema law in Morocco)]

 


 

Kim Chernin (United States)
writer on feminism, poet, fiction writer and memoirist
(May 7, 1940 - December 17, 2020 in Point Reyes Station, California)

A copy of Kim Chernin's memoir My Life as a Boy. [Photo grabbed from bolerium.com]

 


 

Leo Panitch (Canada)
political philosopher
(May 3, 1945 - December 19, 2020 in Toronto)

Leo Panitch being interviewed on The Agenda with Steve Paikin in 2009. [Video uploaded by The Agenda with Steve Paikin, 5 May 2009]

 


 

Bram van der Vlugt (Netherlands)
actor
(May 28, 1934 - December 19, 2020 in Zegveld, Woerden)

Bran van der Vlugt as Sinterklaas. [Photo from nrc.nl]

 


 

Monzur-I-Mowla (Bangladesh)
poet, columnist and former director of Bangla Academy
(October 1, 1940 - December 20, 2020 in Dhaka)

Monzur-I-Mowla. [Photo from bdnews24.com]

 


 

Nicette Bruno (Brazil)
actress
(January 7, 1933 - December 20, 2020 in Rio de Janeiro)

Nicette Bruno. [Photo from oglobo.globo.com]

 


 

K. T. Oslin (United States)
country music singer-songwriter
(May 15, 1942 - December 21, 2020 in Nashville, Tennessee)

K.T. Oslin - Hold Me (Official Video). [Video uploaded by KTOslinVEVO, 18 May 2018]

 


 

Sugathakumari (India)
poet and activist
(January 22, 1934 - December 23, 2020 in Thiruvananthapuram)

Sugathakumari. [Photo from dnaindia.com]

 


 

Shamsur Rahman Faruqi (India)
Urdu language poet, critic and theorist
(September 30, 1935 - December 25, 2020 in Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh)

The cover of Shamsur Rahman Faruqi's novel The Mirror of Beauty. [Photo from amazon.co.uk]

 


 

Reginald Foster (United States)
Roman Catholic priest and friar and expert in Latin literature
(November 14, 1939 - December 25, 2020 in Milwaukee)

Reginald Thomas Foster. [Photo from archpitt.org]

 


 

Fou Ts'ong (United Kingdom)
pianist
(March 10, 1934 - December 28, 2020 in London)

Fou Ts'ong (傅聰) - 2000 interview + performance of Chopin's Nocturne in C-sharp minor, Op. Posth. on Twin Cities Public Television. [Video uploaded by Anson Yeung, 30 December 2020]

 


 

Armando Manzanero (Mexico)
musician, singer, composer, actor and music producer
(December 7, 1935 - December 28, 2020 in Mexico City)

Armando Manzanero - Adoro. [Video uploaded by BAIG DE SIGI, 25 December 2017]

 


 

Luigi Snozzi (Switzerland)
architect
(July 29, 1932 - December 29, 2020 in Minusio)

Luigi Snozzi - Casa Kalmann, Brione sopra Minusio 1976. [From the office archives of Benay Gürsoy Toykoç, source unknown; grabbed from Pinterest]

 


 

Dawn Wells (United States)
actress
(October 18, 1938 - December 30, 2020 in Los Angeles)

MeTV Presents the Best of Dawn Wells. [Video uploaded by MeTV, 19 October 2019]

 


 

Robert Hossein (France)
film actor, director and writer
(December 30, 1927 - December 31, 2020 in Essey-lès-Nancy)

Salute to Robert Hossein. [Video uploaded by midcenturyfan, 28 October 2016]

 


 

Zoran Džorlev (North Macedonia)
violinist
(January 10, 1967 - January 1, 2021 in Skopje)

Zoran Džorlev performs "Silk Thread". [Video uploaded by Zoran Dzorlev, 10 October 2009]

 


 

 

FEBRUARY-MARCH 2020 | APRIL 2020 | MAY-AUGUST 2020 | SEPTEMBER-NOVEMBER 2020 | DECEMBER 2020-JANUARY 2021

 

 

[To all of you, our deepest gratitude. And may you all rest in peace.]

 

 


 

 


 

 

 

 


 

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