Michel Petrucciani, a French jazz pianist and composer with an international following whose keyboard virtuosity earned him comparisons to Art Tatum and Bill Evans, died yesterday at Beth Israel Hospital in Manhattan. He was 36 and lived in Manhattan. The cause was a pulmonary infection, said a representative of his French record company, Francis Dreyfus Music. Petrucciani was a national hero in France, and his records were best sellers in Europe. The French President, Jacques Chirac, was among the many who paid tribute to him yesterday, praising his ability to ''renew jazz, giving himself up to his art with passion, courage and musical genius. The career of Mr.
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From birth he had osteogenesis imperfecta , a genetic disease that causes brittle bones and, in his case, short stature. He became one of the most accomplished jazz pianists of his generation despite having arms that caused him pain. Michel Petrucciani came from an Italo-French family his grandfather was from Naples  with a musical background. His father Tony played guitar, his brother Louis played bass, and his brother Philippe also plays the guitar. Michel was born with osteogenesis imperfecta , which is a genetic disease that causes brittle bones and, in his case, short stature. It is also often linked to pulmonary ailments. The disease caused his bones to fracture over times before he reached adolescence and kept him in pain throughout his entire life.
Read the First Chapter. The black population grew from 44, in to more than , in , making the city's South Side the center of black nationalism, black political life and the music we know as jazz. In Chicago, the pianist Fats Waller was kidnapped at gunpoint and forced to play at a three-day birthday party for Al Capone.
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