Keith Tippett Death | Obituary – British pianist, Keith Graham Tippetts simply known as Keith Tippett has died on Sunday, June 14, 2020, according to information on his Wikipedia page.
Tippett was born in Bristol, Avon, England, 25 August 1947, he was the oldest of three siblings. His cause of death is yet to be learnt.
In 1967, Tippett moved to London to pursue a career in music. By 1970s, he was already a known name. He had performed with the likes of Harry Miller and Louis Moholo.
Reactions Over The Death Of Keith Tippett
Sad to hear that pianist & composer Keith Tippett has died. He will be missed.
Here in memoriam “I’ve Got the Map, I’m Coming Home” [10:19] from 1981 when he recorded in Berlin his solo LP “Mujician I & II” for the FMP record labelhttps://t.co/sIYVc12r1c #RIP #KeithTippett pic.twitter.com/Yj9Uw19knK
— Amoebius Weinstein (@3_qrx) June 14, 2020
Devasted to learn that pianist & composer Keith Tippett has died. A unique voice, his work conjured elemental forces, stirred passions & burned with heartfelt lyricism. pic.twitter.com/shdXpnmv5l
— Sid Smith (@thesidsmith) June 14, 2020
I’m utterly distraught to hear that Keith Tippett has died. Such a lovely man as well as a great, great English composer, bandleader and pianist — one of our very finest, so creative and open-minded and pure in musical spirit. Profoundest condolences to Julie.
— Richard Williams (@rwilliams1947) June 14, 2020
RIP Keith Tippett who showed me great generosity when I took my first tentative steps towards sessions based on improvisation back in the early 90s. He forged an undeniably unique path wherever fortune happened to find him.
— david sylvian (@davidsylvian58) June 14, 2020