Definition of Mingus, Charles in English:

Mingus, Charles

Line breaks: Charles Min¦gus
Pronunciation: /ˈmɪŋɡəs
 
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( 1922–79), American jazz bassist and composer. A leading figure of the 1940s jazz scene, he experimented with atonality and was influenced by gospel and blues. His compositions include ‘Goodbye Porkpie Hat’.

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