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Jim Booker

1920s blues fiddler Jim Booker recorded with Taylor’s Kentucky Males and his own group, Booker Orchestra. He was created in Jessamine Region in Kentucky and discovered to try out fiddle from his dad, a previous slave. In 1927, Jim Booker produced two outings to Gennett’s Indiana studios to record hill …

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Giulio Regondi

This Italian guitar prodigy was also a concertina and melophone player. He grew up in Lyons but as a kid performed your guitar in Paris and London attaining high notoriety. While in London, where his family members settled, he fulfilled other electric guitar virtuosos and music web publishers. He was …

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Frederic Austin

The name of British composer Frederic Austin is nearly forgotten today. Even while a baritone, the part where he was most widely known during his personal life time, his legacy can be obscure; he documented little. However Austin was in charge of one quite common item in England’s distributed musical …

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Philip Paul Bliss

This American composer had originally been educated for the ministry. He was also an organist and music editor. Bliss made up numerous pieces functions for piano items, solo items for body organ and violin, operettas, chapel music, and a bevy of tunes. A lot of his chapel songs could be …

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Stanislav Binicki

Biniîki studied at Belgrade and in addition caused Rheinberger on structure in Munich. He co-founded the Serbian College of Music and, performing The Belgrade Armed forces Orchestra as well as the Stankovic Choir, he presented Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony and Haydn’s =Creation= to Belgrade. Nearly all his compositions are theatrical, including …

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Eduardo Agramonte

Although little in numbers, the Agramonte family dynasty continues to be of essential importance towards the 19th century history of Cuban music, aswell as influencing happenings well beyond the isle edges. Eduardo Agramonte appears a superhero in comparison with the common musician, even the common Cuban virtuoso, placing the lay …

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Thomas Hastings

Hastings is actually identified along with his melody “Toplady” which is currently sung in the hymn “Rock and roll of Age groups.” As an adolescent, Hastings led a town choir, taught performing, and was mixed up in musical culture of Oneida Region. By 1832 he previously moved to NEW YORK …

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Nicolaos Mantzaros

Mantzaros studied with Barbatti in Corfu and with Zingarelli in Naples. He refused to have a placement as the movie director from the Conservatory in Milan in order that he could train in Corfu which he pursued with great devotion. The Philharmonic Culture of Corfu was founded by Mantzaros. He’s …

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