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Tia Ciata

Tia Ciata was a female from Bahia who had a simple function in the delivery of Cariocan urban samba being a genre. A dynamic practitioner from the lifestyle of her homeland, she created an informal ethnic middle at her house, where she’d initiate the largest composers and music artists of …

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Józef Antoni Francisze Elsner

Composer and instructor of German source who also wrote numerous stage functions (operas and melodramas), sacred vocal music, orchestral symphonies and chamber music, piano functions and treatises concerning meter and rhythms, the origins of music, and a listing of his own functions. Elsner was movie director from the Opera in …

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James P. Carrell

An American composer and compiler who was simply instrumental in the introduction of shape-note hymnody. Records were created with different forms for each period (doh, re, mi, fah, sol, lah, ti) in virtually any given key. A good example may be a square form for doh (in virtually any essential) …

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Edgar Tinel

Tinel studied piano with Brassin and structure with Gavaert on the Brussels Conservatory. Originally he was thinking about learning to be a virtuoso performer but provided this up for structure. “Klokke Roeland” was a cantata which he constructed in 1877 earning the Belgian Award of Rome. He became the movie …

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Julian Mitchell

b. 1854, d. 24 June 1926, Very long Branch, NJ, USA. Although Mitchell began like a dancer in the chorus, the starting point of deafness intended that he was struggling to continue along with his art. Instead, he flipped his like for and skill at dance to choreography and path. …

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