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Chick Corea, Jazz Fusion Pioneer, Has Died Of Cancer At 79

The wide-ranging keyboardist, composer and bandleader died Feb. 9 of cancer. He was one of the fathers of jazz fusion, with his work spanning from acoustic jazz to his own interpretations of Mozart.

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Chick Corea, Jazz Fusion Pioneer, Has Died Of Cancer At 79

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