Akira Miyazawa (宮沢昭) (December 6, 1927, Matsumoto – July 6, 2000, Tokyo) was a Japanese jazz saxophonist, clarinetist, and flautist. Miyazawa played as a teenager in Japanese military bands during World War II, then embarked on a career in jazz music after the war. He worked extensively with Toshiko Akiyoshi in the 1950s and 1960s, as well as with , Hampton Hawes, Hidehiko Matsumoto, Helen Merrill, Shotaro Moriyasu, Masahiko Satoh, Masahiko Togashi, Mal Waldron, and Sadao Watanabe. Miyazawa left jazz in the 1970s but returned in 1981 with the albums My Piccolo and On Green Dolphin Street.

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  • أكيرا ميازاوا (باليابانية: 宮沢昭؛ بالكانا: みやざわ あきら) هو ياباني، ولد في 6 ديسمبر 1927 في ماتسوموتو في اليابان، وتوفي في 6 يوليو 2000. (ar)
  • Akira Miyazawa (jap. 宮沢 昭, Miyazawa Akira; * 6. Dezember 1927 in Matsumoto, Präfektur Nagano; † 6. Juli 2000) war ein japanischer Jazzmusiker (Alt-, Tenor-, Sopransaxophon, Klarinette, auch Flöte, Piccoloflöte). (de)
  • 宮沢 昭(みやざわ あきら、1927年12月6日 - 2000年7月6日)は、日本のジャズテナーサックス奏者。 (ja)
  • Akira Miyazawa (Japans 宮沢昭, Miyazawa Akira, Matsumoto, prefectuur Nagano, 6 december 1927 - 6 juli 2000) was een Japanse jazzmuzikant die saxofoon (alt-, tenor- en sopraansaxofoon), klarinet en fluit (ook piccolofluit) speelde. (nl)
  • Akira Miyazawa (宮沢昭) (December 6, 1927, Matsumoto – July 6, 2000, Tokyo) was a Japanese jazz saxophonist, clarinetist, and flautist. Miyazawa played as a teenager in Japanese military bands during World War II, then embarked on a career in jazz music after the war. He worked extensively with Toshiko Akiyoshi in the 1950s and 1960s, as well as with , Hampton Hawes, Hidehiko Matsumoto, Helen Merrill, Shotaro Moriyasu, Masahiko Satoh, Masahiko Togashi, Mal Waldron, and Sadao Watanabe. Miyazawa left jazz in the 1970s but returned in 1981 with the albums My Piccolo and On Green Dolphin Street. (en)
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  • أكيرا ميازاوا (باليابانية: 宮沢昭؛ بالكانا: みやざわ あきら) هو ياباني، ولد في 6 ديسمبر 1927 في ماتسوموتو في اليابان، وتوفي في 6 يوليو 2000. (ar)
  • Akira Miyazawa (jap. 宮沢 昭, Miyazawa Akira; * 6. Dezember 1927 in Matsumoto, Präfektur Nagano; † 6. Juli 2000) war ein japanischer Jazzmusiker (Alt-, Tenor-, Sopransaxophon, Klarinette, auch Flöte, Piccoloflöte). (de)
  • 宮沢 昭(みやざわ あきら、1927年12月6日 - 2000年7月6日)は、日本のジャズテナーサックス奏者。 (ja)
  • Akira Miyazawa (Japans 宮沢昭, Miyazawa Akira, Matsumoto, prefectuur Nagano, 6 december 1927 - 6 juli 2000) was een Japanse jazzmuzikant die saxofoon (alt-, tenor- en sopraansaxofoon), klarinet en fluit (ook piccolofluit) speelde. (nl)
  • Akira Miyazawa (宮沢昭) (December 6, 1927, Matsumoto – July 6, 2000, Tokyo) was a Japanese jazz saxophonist, clarinetist, and flautist. Miyazawa played as a teenager in Japanese military bands during World War II, then embarked on a career in jazz music after the war. He worked extensively with Toshiko Akiyoshi in the 1950s and 1960s, as well as with , Hampton Hawes, Hidehiko Matsumoto, Helen Merrill, Shotaro Moriyasu, Masahiko Satoh, Masahiko Togashi, Mal Waldron, and Sadao Watanabe. Miyazawa left jazz in the 1970s but returned in 1981 with the albums My Piccolo and On Green Dolphin Street. (en)
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  • أكيرا ميازاوا (ar)
  • Akira Miyazawa (de)
  • Akira Miyazawa (en)
  • 宮沢昭 (ja)
  • Akira Miyazawa (nl)
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