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Peter Dawson

Australian Peter Dawson kept a prominent put in place the music-loving public’s heart within the 1920s and 1930s which was equal to the fame garnered by later on artists like the Beatles, Elvis, and Frank Sinatra. Ignore “the Ruler” or “the Chairman from the Plank”; Dawson, a bass baritone, was …

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Joao da Gente

The celebrated writer, journalist and Carnaval chronicler João da Gente was interested in Carnaval, having founded many blocos (small groups), creating awards for fancy dresses and parades and being truly a regular person in the juries who presided your competition. Debuting in theatre in 1897, he became probably one of …

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Herbert Samuel Berliner

The selling point of the recording studio as a location of employment may be proved forever by a report of the kids of great inventors, have there been enough of these to create an effective control group. The full total of two illustrations to be provided here is definitely not …

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Mary Howe

An underappreciated and rarely heard American initial, Mary Howe was created in Richmond, VA, about Apr 4, 1882. She analyzed piano with Ernest Hutcheson and Harold Randolph and in Germany with Richard Burmeister, a pupil of Liszt. Her structure instructor at Peabody Conservatory was Gustave Strube, the 1st conductor from …

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Eustórgio Wanderley

Eustórgio Wanderley still left the following mayçonetas, most of them successful in his period: “A Avozinha,” “A Melindrosa,” “A Pianista,” “While Visitas,” “O Almofadinha,” “O Bacharelzinho,” “O Candidato,” “O Cometa,” “O Carteirinho,” “O Aeroplano,” “O Deputado,” “Não Sei,” “Seu Correia.” He analyzed in Rio’s Escaola de Belas Artes and worked …

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Mauro de Almeida

Mauro de Almeida was the alleged author of a lot of the lyrics for “Pelo Telefone” (the controversial first-recorded samba). Later on, he released a notice in the Carioca press, declaring that he just adjusted towards the music verses of general public domain. He published several takes on, like Presidente …

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Eduardo Souto

Eduardo Souto composed several strikes and was a respected orchestrator and conductor, but together with his music merits, he should be seen as a historic body. Representative of the pre-Cultural Sector period in Brazil, the air marked the finish of his achievement. Souto, jointly, with Sinhô, was in charge of …

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Amelita Galli-Curci

Amelita Galli-Curci was among the initial female operatic superstars from the phonograph. Among the countless tributes paid her was one from Compton Mackenzie, the creator of Gramophone newspaper, who stated he could acknowledge later years if he previously as many information of Galli-Curci by Caruso. Her history was Italian and …

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John McGhee

The distinctive sound of the early country and gospel recording artist’s voice may have been a little much for the air speakers in the ’20s and ’30s. However so effective was the result this music was having on that which was a new nationwide broadcast viewers that no one was …

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Friedrich Wilhelm Kücken

Being a composer Kucken wrote two operas, choral functions, piano parts, instrumental functions and music. His popularity rested upon the acclaim of his music such as for example “Das Madchen von Juda.” The selling point of his music was within qualities such as for example basic melodies, folk configurations, and …

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