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Examples of "betsch"
Betsch is survived by her sister Johnnetta B. Cole, an anthropologist, and her brother, John Betsch, a jazz musician.
John Betsch (born October 8, 1945 in Jacksonville, Florida) is an American jazz drummer.
In the 1990s, she played in a group with Steve Lacy and John Betsch.
Betsch was born in Jacksonville, Florida, into one of the preeminent black families in the South. Her parents were Mary and John Betsch, and her great-grandparents were Abraham Lincoln Lewis, who founded Florida's oldest African-American beach, and Mary Kingsley Sammis, the great granddaughter of Zephaniah Kingsley and Anna Kingsley. Betsch was educated at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music in Ohio, and after earning her bachelor's degree in 1955, moved to Europe, where she was an opera singer for ten years.
Since 1975, Betsch dedicated herself to the preservation and protection of American Beach from development and destruction.
Corinna Schumacher, née Betsch (born 2 March 1969) is the wife of German seven-times Formula One champion Michael Schumacher.
MaVynee Betsch, christened Marvyne Elisabeth Betsch (January 13, 1935–September 5,2005), was an American environmentalist and an activist. She was better known as The Beach Lady, because she spent the better part of her adult life educating the public on the black history and environmental importance of American Beach. Born in Betsch lived at American Beach on Amelia Island, Florida, the African-American Hyannis port, where the crème de la crème of black society came to relax in the Jim Crow South. MaVynee’s millionaire great-grandfather, Abraham Lincoln Lewis, founded the beach, and she was raised in luxury. Her wealth and privilege vanished after she gave away her entire fortune to environmental causes.
The type specimen was collected in 1973, at in a forest in Marojejy. The specific epithet "betschi" honors the biologist Jean-Marie Betsch.
Betsch was recalled to the senior team and handed his first start for Metz on 5 November 2011 as the team secured a 1–0 victory away at Boulogne. The match marked the beginning of eight consecutive starts for Betsch, which continued into January 2012. On 18 January 2012, he scored his first Ligue 2 goal for Metz, netting the equaliser three minutes into injury time in the 1–1 draw away to Châteauroux. Following Metz's relegation to the Championnat National at the end of the 2011–12 season, Betsch joined Ligue 2 side Laval on 19 June 2012.
Yohan Betsch (born 16 February 1987) is a French professional footballer who currently plays as a midfielder for Ligue 2 side Clermont. He started his career with Metz, but did not make a first-team appearance for the club before leaving to join Créteil in 2008. After spending two seasons with Créteil, Betsch signed for Strasbourg. He returned to Metz at the start of the 2011–12 season, but left to join Laval the following summer.
Schumacher started his motorsport career in 2008. To avoid attention because of his famous father, he started his career under the pseudonym Mick Betsch, using the maiden name of his mother.
Betsch and American Beach have inspired two women to create documentaries on the subject: "An American Beach", which focuses on the history of American Beach, with conversations with The Beach Lady, and "The Beach Lady", a feature-length documentary.
Monk's Dream is an album by Steve Lacy and Roswell Rudd released on the Verve label in 2000. It features performances by Lacy, Rudd, Jean-Jacques Avenel, John Betsch and Irene Aebi's vocals on two tracks.
Flowers Around Cleveland is an album by David Murray released on the French Bleu Regard label. It was released in 1995 and features seven quartet performances by Murray with Bobby Few, John Betsch, and Jean Jacques Avenel.
On 2 July 2010, Betsch signed for recently relegated National outfit Strasbourg. However, eight days later he ruptured ligaments in his left knee during a pre-season friendly match against German club Koblenz, an injury which required an operation and ruled him out for around six months. Betsch eventually made his Strasbourg debut on 25 February 2011, playing the first half of the 1–1 draw away at Gap before being substituted for Loïc Damour. He went on to play a total of 10 matches during the remainder of the 2010–11 season, two of them as a substitute, as the team finished fourth in the National.
Just the Facts and Pass the Bucket is an album by Henry Threadgill released on the About Time label in 1983. The album features six of Threadgill's compositions performed by Threadgill with Craig Harris, Olu Dara, Fred Hopkins, Diedre Murray, Pheeroan akLaff and John Betsch.
Gregory Porter, Gary Bartz, John Betsch, Steve Turre, Ronnie Cuber, David Schnitter, Corey Fonville, Luques Curtis, Renee Neufville, Bruce Williams, John Robinson, Jerome Jennings, Frank Locrasto, Corcoran Holt, Christopher Smith, Carlos Jiminez, Saunders Sermons, Orlando Vega, Jeremy Brun, Marvin Parks, Hansel Matthews, Dan Tepfer, Kevin Hays, Leonardo Genovese, Mathis Picard.
Subject to Change is an album by Henry Threadgill released on the About Time label in 1985. The album features six of Threadgill's compositions performed by Threadgill with Ray Anderson, Rasul Siddik, Fred Hopkins, Diedre Murray, Pheeroan akLaff and John Betsch with Amina Claudine Myers contributing vocals to one track.
When Was That? is an album by Henry Threadgill released on the About Time label in 1982. The album and features five of Threadgill's compositions performed by Threadgill with Craig Harris, Olu Dara, Fred Hopkins, Brian Smith, Pheeroan akLaff and John Betsch.
In the period that followed he performed in concerts with Imre Kőszegi, Gyula Babos, Attila László, Béla Szakcsi Lakatos, Mihály Dresch, Tamás Berki, Kálmán Oláh, Ferenc Kovács, and with artists from the international jazz scene William Parker, Henry Franklin, Leena Conquest, Peter Finch, Arnie Somogyi, Winston Clifford, Tim Giles, Gareth Williams, Piotr Wojtasik, John Betsch and Eric Allen.