Skip to comments.Lorin Levee, Principal Clarinet for LA Philharmonic, Passes Away at 61
Posted on 02/24/2012 11:53:02 AM PST by EveningStar
Lorin Levee, Principal Clarinet of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, passed away peacefully on February 22 surrounded by friends and family. Mr. Levee, born July 8, 1950, is survived by his mother Mildred, brother Phil, son David, daughter Marissa Martinez and granddaughters Maya and Gwen Levee.
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That’s very young. RIP.
“Thats very young. RIP.”
Clarinetists are NOTORIOUSLY hard partiers.
Flautists too, I would imagine.
Okay, I have to ask: Does anyone know what killed him?
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Does anyone know what killed him? “Blood Disorder” per LA Times.
That’s a bit strange...’blood disorder’ could cover any number of things. If it was a type of leukemia, then why not say it? Or myelofibrosis, sort of a pre-leukemia...why not say it?
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