Introduction to Video Game Musicians
1. Notable people of video game musicians
Armada (video game player) (Adam Lindgren, born 1993)
Armas Lindgren, Finnish architect
Astrid Lindgren (19072002), Swedish fiction writer, known for the character Pippi Longstocking
3204 Lindgren, an asteroid named in her honour
Barbro Lindgren (born 1937), a Swedish author.
Blaine Lindgren (19392019), American sprinter
Charles Magnus Lindgren, Swedish-American ship owner
Charlie Lindgren (born 1993), American professional ice hockey goaltender
David Lindgren (born 1982), Swedish singer, actor, and television presenter
Emil Lindgren, Swedish professional mountain biker
Erick Lindgren, poker professional
Erik Lindgren, American musician and record producer
Erik Lindgren (ice hockey), Swedish ice hockey player
Fredrik Lindgren (musician) (born 1971), Swedish musician
Fredrik Lindgren (ice hockey) (born 1980), Swedish ice hockey player
Fredrik Lindgren (speedway rider) (born 1985), Swedish speedway rider
Fredrik Lindgren (golfer) (born 1966), Swedish golfer
Gerry Lindgren (1946-), American athlete
George Lindgren, Baron Lindgren (1900-1971), British Labour Party politician
Glenn Lindgren, chef, food writer, and frequent television and radio guest host
Gran Lindgren (1927-2012), Swedish film producer
Gottfrid Lindgren, Swedish wrestler
Gustaf Lindgren, Swedish architect
Hans Lindgren (1932-2012), Swedish actor, screenwriter, and film producer
Harry Lindgren (1912-1992), British/Australian engineer, linguist, and amateur mathematician
Hugo Lindgren, American magazine and newspaper editor
Jacob Lindgren, baseball player
James Lindgren, American professor of law
Jesper Lindgren (born 1997), Swedish professional ice hockey defenseman
Joanna Lindgren, Australian politician
Johan Lindgren, Swedish professional road bicycle racer
John Lindgren (1899-1990), Swedish Olympic cross country skier
John R. Lindgren, American banking executive
Jon Lindgren, Mayor of Fargo, North Dakota and LGBT advocate
Jouko Lindgren (born 1955), Finnish competitive sailor
Justa Lindgren (1878-1951), American football player and coach
Kevin Lindgren, Australian lawyer and judge of the Federal Court of Australia
Kjell N. Lindgren, American astronaut
Lars Lindgren (born 1952), Swedish ice hockey defenseman
Lars Lindgren (curler) (born 1957), Swedish curler
Lars-Magnus Lindgren (1922-2004), Swedish filmmaker
Lennart Lindgren (1915-1952), Swedish sprinter
Lennart Lindgren (Swedish Navy officer) (19192013)
Lisa Lindgren (born 1968), Swedish actress
Lisa Lindgren (American actress) (1960-2005)
Lon (Swedish singer) (Lotta Lindgren, born 1994)
Magnus Lindgren (chef) (1982-2012), Swedish chef
Magnus Lindgren (born 1974), Swedish jazz musician
Mattias Lindgren (born 1972), Swedish rower
Michael Lindgren, Swedish actor, producer, and writer
Minna Lindgren, Finnish writer and journalist
Mats Lindgren, Swedish ice hockey player
Niklas Lindgren (born 1972), Swedish serial rapist
Niklas Lindgren (sailor) (born 1988), Finnish sailor
Pr Lindgren, Swedish composer and composition teacher
Peter Lindgren (actor), Swedish actor
Peter Lindgren (musician), Swedish guitarist
Peter Lindgren (tennis), Swedish tennis player
Peter Lindgren (business theorist) (born 1961), Danish organizational theorist
Perttu Lindgren (born 1987), Finnish professional ice hockey center
Rasmus Lindgren, Swedish football player
Robert Lindgren, American lawyer and educator
Sten Lindgren (1903-1959), Swedish film director
Sven Lindgren (born 1946), Moderate Party politician and former Governor of Kalmar County, Sweden
Tauno Lindgren, Finnish cyclist
Thure Lindgren (1921-2005), Swedish ski jumper
Torgny Lindgren (1938-2017), Swedish writer
Ulrik Lindgren, Swedish Christian democratic politician
Waldemar Lindgren (1860-1939), Swedish-American geologist
2. Fictional characters of video game musicians
Dwight, a character from The Walking Dead franchise
Dwight Enys, doctor in Winston Grahams Poldark novels
Dwight Fairfield, fictional character from the video game Dead by Daylight
Dwight McCarthy, fictional character in Sin City
Dwight "Dewey" Riley, a lead character in the Scream (film series)
Dwight Schrute, fictional character in the American TV show The Office
3. Schilder of video game musicians
Schilder is mainly a Dutch surname, meaning "painter". Notable people with the surname include:
Anny Schilder (born 1959), Dutch singer
Cornelius Schilder (born 1941), Dutch bishop
Franz Alfred Schilder (18961970), Austrian-German zoologist
Henny Schilder (born 1984), Dutch football player
Herbert Schilder (1928-2006), American dental surgeon
Hilton Schilder (born 1959), South African musician
Kevin Schilder, video game composer
Klaas Schilder (1890-1952), Dutch theologian
Maria Schilder (18981975), German zoologist
Mike Schilder (born 1994), Dutch basketball player
Nick Schilder (born 1983), Dutch singer-songwriter
Paul Ferdinand Schilder (18861940), Austrian neurologist, psychiatrist and psychoanalyst
Robbert Schilder (born 1986), Dutch footballer
Simone Schilder (born 1967), Dutch tennis player
4. Daniel Bravo of video game musicians
For musician Daniel Bravo, also known as Danielito, member of French band Tryo, see Tryo
Daniel Bravo (born 9 February 1963) is a French former professional footballer who played as a defensive midfielder. With the exception of a stint at Serie A's Parma, he spent all of his career in his native France. He made 13 appearances for the France national team scoring once.
5. Dwight (given name) of video game musicians
Dwight is a masculine first name that comes from an English surname which was in turn derived from the medieval feminine name Diot, a diminutive of Dionysia, the feminine form of Dionysos. The name is mainly given in the United States and Caribbean countries (see below)
6. Kenya Hathaway of video game musicians
Kenya Canc'Libra Hathaway (born January 1, 1971) is an American contemporary R&B and jazz singer. She is the daughter of R&B and jazz singer Donny Hathaway and classically trained vocalist Eulaulah and is the younger sister of Lalah Hathaway, also a R&B and jazz singer.
Kenya Hathaway attended the Berklee College of Music, in Boston. She has performed with many prominent artists including with Lee Ritenour on his track "Papa Was A Rollin' Stone", and "Morning Glory". She has made some 30 performances on American Idol: The Search for a Superstar as a backing singer.
Her older sister, Lalah Hathaway, is a singer-songwriter, record producer, arranger, and pianist.
Kenya Hathaway was also the voice actor for Sunny Funny in the PlayStation video game, PaRappa the Rapper.
7. Career of video game musicians
Bravo was born in Toulouse. On 24 July 1980, he made his debut for OGC Nice at 17 years of age in a game against Metz in the French Championship D1. Despite the relegation of Nice to D2 in 1982, he was called up to the French team to face Italy in February 1982. That night, the Blues beat Italy for the first time in over sixty years, and Bravo scored their second goal.
He stayed at Nice for their spell in D2 for one season and managed to score eleven goals. He then signed for AS Monaco. This was the beginning of a series of clubs he would play for that would lead to him playing for Paris Saint Germain and then in Italy. With the French national team, Bravo played infrequently in the blue jersey, but still participated in the victorious Euro 1984, replacing Jean-Marc Ferreri, during the match against Yugoslavia.
Whilst at Marseille he played in the 1999 UEFA Cup Final.
8. Geographical distribution of video game musicians
As of 2014, 58.0% of all known bearers of the surname Lindgren were residents of Sweden, 26.3% of the United States, 7.0% of Finland, 2.4% of Norway, 1.8% of Denmark and 1.7% of Canada.
In Sweden, the frequency of the surname was higher than national average in the following counties:
1. Vsterbotten (1:108)
2. Norrbotten (1:197)
3. Vstmanland (1:310)
4. Vsternorrland (1:312)
5. Gvleborg (1:322)
6. Jmtland (1:347)
7. Uppsala (1:352)
8. Dalarna (1:370)
9. Gotland (1:370)
10. stergtland (1:409)In Finland, the frequency of the surname was higher than national average in the following regions:
1. land Islands (1:979)
2. Ostrobothnia (1:1,010)
3. Southwest Finland (1:1,067)
4. Uusimaa (1:1,265)
5. Satakunta (1:1,593)
6. Southern Savonia (1:1,766)
9. Life and career of video game musicians
Born in Trieste, Vee debuted in 1979 as an electronic disco project produced by Claudio Simonetti and Giancarlo Meo.
Her song "Give Me a Break" became a minor hit in the American dance charts. The song "Higher" peaked at No. 36 in the Italian Chart. Another song of hers, "Remember", was featured in the 2005 video game The Warriors. She released her last single in 1989.
Between 1982 and 1984, she posed semi-nude in men's magazines such as Playmen, Blitz, and the Italian edition of Playboy.
10. Stanislav Bunin of video game musicians
Stanislav Stanislavovich Bunin (Russian: ; born 25 September 1966) is a Russian-born concert pianist.
He was born in Moscow in 1966 into an established European musical family which included his grandfather Heinrich Neuhaus, his grandmother Zinaida (Boris Pasternak's second wife), and his father, Stanislav Neuhaus.
In 1985, after a series of prizes, he won first prize and the gold medal in the 11th International Chopin Piano Competition in Warsaw. He spent much of the next decade in Japan, teaching for six years at Senzoku Gakuen Music College in the city of Kawasaki; his wife is Japanese. Having obtained German citizenship, in 2012 he was a resident in Japan.
Bunin recorded his interpretations of works by Haydn, Mozart and, most notably, Chopin. Those include works he played for the soundtrack to the 2007 video game Eternal Sonata.