• David Van De Pitte

    David J. Van De Pitte (October 28, 1941 – August 9, 2009) was an American music arranger and bass player. He is best known for his work at Motown Records during the 1960s and early 1970s, when he was responsible for arranging many of the best known and most successful of the company's records, including those by Marvin Gaye, The Temptations, The Four Tops, The Jackson 5, Stevie Wonder, Gladys Knight and many others.

  • David van de Groep

    David van de Groep (born 15 February 1992 in Netherlands) is a professional footballer and a national of Netherlands.

  • David van de Kop

    David Johannes van de Kop or David Vandekop (The Hague, November 3, 1937 - Dreischor, September 14, 1994) was a Dutch painter, draftsman and sculptor.

  • David van Goorle

    David van Goorle (also known under his Latinized name David Gorlaeus) (15 January 1591, Utrecht – 21 April 1612, Cornjum ) was a Dutch philosopher and theologian, and one of the first modern atomists.

  • Safety in Numbers (David Van Tieghem album)

    Safety in Numbers (David Van Tieghem album)

    Safety in Numbers is the second studio album by American electronica musician & percussionist David Van Tieghem, released in 1987. Tony Levin, the longtime bassist for King Crimson, plays Chapman Stick on track 4. Safety in Numbers' music has been described as a "downtown" mix of pop, new-age, percussion music and electronic music.

  • David van der Plas

    David van der Plas

    David van der Plas (11 December 1647 – 18 May 1704), was a Dutch Golden Age portrait painter.

  • David Van Gelder Octagon House

    David Van Gelder Octagon House

    The David Van Gelder Octagon House, also known as Springside is located at 21 Walnut Street in Catskill, New York. The brick house was built in 1860. It is architecturally significant as an example of an octagon house. The eight-sided plan was made popular in the mid-19th century by phrenologist Orson Squire Fowler. He called the floor plan "a superior plan". It includes four large square rooms and four small triangular rooms on each of the two floors. Two corners of each of the triangular rooms are small triangular closets. A central stair rises through the house to the cupola on the roof. A kitchen wing was added, likely in the mid-1870s.

  • K. David van Hoesen

    Karl David van Hoesen (1926 – October 3, 2016) was former principal bassoonist of the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra and Professor emeritus of the University of Rochester, Eastman School of Music as chair of the Wind, Brass and Percussion Department. In 1950 he graduated from the Eastman School of Music in New York, USA, with a bachelor's degree. From 1950 to 1954 he was professor of bassoon at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music and at the Cleveland Institute of Music (1952–54) after which he joined the Eastman faculty. He was also the second bassoonist of the Cleveland Orchestra from 1952-1954.

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