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  1. Orchestra Roger Roger, Roger Roger & His Orchestra, Roger Roger & Orch., Roger Roger And His Grand Orchestra, Roger Roger Et Son Grand Orchestre, Roger Roger Et Son Orchestre, Roger Roger Et Son Orchestre A Cordes, Roger Roger Orchestra, Roger Roger Orchestra And Chorus, Roger Roger Y Su Orquesta, Roger Roger Y Su Orquesta De Cuerda, Roger.
  2. Oct 30,  · Roger Roger was born on 5 August at Rouen, in France, and to satisfy a personal whim his father, Edmond Roger, really give him the first name Roger. His mother was an opera singer and his father was a well-known operatic conductor, who had been a classmate of Claude Debussy at the Paris Conservatoire, Roger has received musical education.
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  4. Roger Roger was born on 5 August at Rouen, in France, and to satisfy a personal whim his father, Edmond Roger, really give him the first name Roger. His mother was an opera singer and his father was a well-known operatic conductor, who had been a classmate of Claude Debussy at the Paris Conservatoire, Roger has received musical education.
  5. Roger II (22 December – 26 February ) was King of Sicily and Africa, son of Roger I of Sicily and successor to his brother anquasibowissehealthmagoodsvabnilu.co began his rule as Count of Sicily in , became Duke of Apulia and Calabria in , then King of Sicily in and King of Africa in By the time of his death at the age of 58, Roger had succeeded in uniting all the Norman conquests in Italy Born: 22 December , Mileto (Calabria).
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Do It Roger on Discogs. Label: Warner Bros. Records - WBS • Format: Vinyl 7 Roger* - Do It Roger (, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  7. Roger II, (born December 22, —died February 26, , Palermo [Sicily]), grand count of Sicily (–30) and king of the Norman kingdom of Sicily (–54). He also incorporated the mainland territories of Calabria in and Apulia in Early life. Roger was the son of Count Roger I of Sicily and his third wife, Adelaide of anquasibowissehealthmagoodsvabnilu.co succeeded his elder brother Simon on.

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