Robert Aitken

Canadian flutist and composer Robert Aitken studied flute with Nicholas Fiore, Marcel Moyse, Jean-Pierre Rampal and Severino Gazzelloni; from the significant statistics, Aitken respect Moyse because the instructor who experienced the most effect on his personal playing. Aitken’s structure studies were carried out with Barbara Pentland and John Weinzweig. In …

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Roberto Alagna

Created in France of Sicilian parents, Roberto Alagna studied music in Paris. He obtained notoriety by earning first prize within the 1988 Luciano Pavarotti Competition and quickly produced his stage debut as Alfredo in La Traviata using the Glyndebourne Touring Opera Business, quickly to be accompanied by debuts in Montpellier, …

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Blossom Dearie

A unique, girlish voice, sharp, impeccable delivery, and an irrepressible feeling of playful golf swing produced Blossom Dearie probably one of the most enjoyable singers from the vocal period. Her warmness and sparkle guaranteed that she’d by no means treat requirements because the well-worn tunes they often made an appearance …

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Beto Villa

The father of the historic Texas musician was a tailor and by enough time he was established with this profession, he obviously never really had to find the eye of the needle. Nonetheless it certainly wasn’t that simple the very first time he attempted sewing, just like his child, Beto …

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The Epoxies

Discharging a ferocious batch of punk rock and roll tunes propelled by powerful signals of new wave and pop, the Epoxies categorically provide a daring punk mixture. Shaped in Portland, OR, in 2000, the music group includes a five-piece lineup commanded by vocalist Roxy Epoxy alongside Surprise Diode (bass), Viz …

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The Blow Monkeys

Best known within the U.K. and U.S. because of their 1986 Best 20 strike “Digging Your Picture” and for his or her cover of Lesley Gore’s “YOU DO NOT Own Me” through the multi-platinum soundtrack for 1987’s Dirty Dance, United kingdom sophisti-pop quartet the Blow Monkeys had been shaped in …

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The Erotics

Making use of their sleazy antics of straightforward rock and roll & move, Erotics bring forth their lyrical dealings of drinking, drugs, and all the arrays of political incorrectness. Associated with their musical homage of punk and simple rock and roll & move, the Dead Guys, Johnny Thunders, and Alice …

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Aydin Esen

A talented pianist whose design combines his Turkish heritage with post-bop jazz, Aydin Esen was subjected to music right from the start of his lifestyle. His dad was a trumpeter and Aydin started participating in a music conservatory when he was five, carrying on for 13 years. His history was …

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Big Black

While punk rock and roll was always said to be about driving the envelope, couple of post-punk bands appeared willing to move quite up to now to creatively confront their market as Big Black. The group’s guitars alternately chopped up such as a machete and surface such as a dentist’s …

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Bnois King

b. 21 January 1943, Delhi, Louisiana, USA. Playing acoustic guitar from around age eight, Ruler noticed gospel music in chapel but leaned towards jazz having liked the music performed on local r / c. At senior high school he benefited from playing inside a big music group, although, as he …

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