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Henry Warner (1940-2014)

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Reedman Henry Warner, who worked extensively with New York new music figures Billy Bang, William Parker, and Earl Freeman among others, died on Wednesday in hospital after a long illness. A fascinatingly discursive improviser, he will certainly be missed. Wish I could make it up to Mount Vernon today for the service; met him once and he seemed like a great dude.

Dear Mind-Builders Family,
Passionate saxophonist/clarinetist and former Mind-Builders instructor Henry Warner experienced years of medical challenges and after going into a coma for 10 days made his transmission last night. We will miss him, his music, good humor and dedication.
A celebration of his life will be held this Saturday April 12th at 6pm at AC-BAW in Mount Vernon where he played and taught for many years. For those who can make it, we look forward to seeing you there. Please share this info as well with others who knew Henry.
Many thanks and blessings,
Location: AC-BAW (Saturday, April 12th 6pm)
128 South Fourth Avenue
Mount Vernon, NY 10550

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