Elisabeth Waldo

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Elisabeth Waldo
Birth nameElisabeth Ann Waldo
Also known asElisabeth Waldo Dentzel
Born (1918-06-18) June 18, 1918 (age 101)[1]
Tacoma, Washington, U.S.
OccupationsMusician, composer, conductor
InstrumentsViolin, flute, percussion
Years active1940–present
LabelsGNP Crescendo
Barbary Coast Records
Associated actsLeopold Stokowski
Los Angeles Philharmonic
Yma Sumac

Elisabeth Ann Dentzel (née Waldo; born June 18, 1918)[1] is an American violinist, composer, songwriter, conductor and ethnomusicologist.[2] She was an early adopter of Native American musical instruments among those trained in European classical music.

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Some sources cite June 15, 1918
  2. "Experience Elisabeth Waldo and Her Southwinds Music, the Third Millennium". Elisabethwaldomusic.com. Retrieved November 29, 2015.