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Mario Penaforte

Mário Penaforte was among the initial Brazilians to market the music of his nation in European countries in the first 20th Hundred years. Arriving in Paris in 1913, he participated in the valse competition promoted with the well-known dancer Gaby Desly (who acquired also had achievement in NY and London). …

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Henri Bertini

This French composer and pianist, whose amounts of works exceeded 200, was most noted for the teaching areas of his compositions. Henri’s most significant instructor was his sibling who had analyzed with Clementi; Clementi’s impact is obvious in Bertini’s compositions. Though very little of his music was released — rondos, …

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Raimondo Boucheron

Caught between your extremes of Palestrina and 19th hundred years Italian opera, Boucheron attemptedto make a location for himself with operas, symphonies plus some theoretical composing. A few of his operas weren’t performed but one of is own music, “Inno per le cinque giornate”, was received well and known, most …

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Martin Gabriel

The Country wide Orchestra was a historic extended New Orleans jazz ensemble that existed for pretty much two decades from 1913. Martin Gabriel, whose name was Martin Manuel Gabriel Sr., performed both cornet in the group and appeared to be the nominal head; at the very least, the group ceased …

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Bleuette

The Queen from the Café-Cantante tradition in Brazil, Bleuette reigned in the Alcazar Parque (at Rio’s famous Bohemian borough of Lapa) in 1900-1. Having debuted in 1890 in the Bijou Concert in Toulouse (France), and having performed, constantly with high achievement, in Vienna (Austria), Berlin (Germany), Budapest (Czech Republic), Russia …

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Henry John Gauntlett

Among the contributions of Gauntlett to music literature were, what were reported to be, a large number of popular melodies for hymns. His tune “Irby” was the motivation for, and even lives on in, the Xmas tune “Once in Royal David’s Town.” Although his dad appointed him organist at Buckinghamshire …

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Thomas S. Allen

Thomas S. Allen was an early on Tin Skillet Alley composer whose music enjoyed their most significant reputation in the initial two decades from the 1900s. Allen proved helpful mainly within Vaudeville, and several of his tracks, marches, Rags and additional dances were created for works that he handled. He …

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Hermann Goetz

Goetz studied piano with Kohler and entered the University or college of Konigsberg to review mathematics and physics. He shown an excellent cognizance and understnading of Classicl opera, especially Mozart’s. Next Goetz went to the Conservatory in Berlin where he analyzed with Bulow and Ulrich. Following the debut of his …

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