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Cornélio Pires

The first independent producer of Brazil as well as the first someone to ever record traditional, authentic caipira (hillbilly) music, Cornélio Pires was the largest propagandist from the hillbilly culture of upstate São Paulo in the initial decades from the 20th century. Along with 26 books about the caipira with …

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Auguste Joseph Franchomme

Auguste Joseph Franchomme was created in Lille in 1808. He recounted that his early cello research had been with one Maes, a mediocre instructor in the Lille Conservatoire. However, he won 1st reward there in 1821. This variation allowed him to become promoted towards the classes of Pierre Baumann, a …

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Franco Vittadini

Conductor/composer Franco Vittadini found his most powerful tone of voice in opera and sacred music. He started his musical research in 1903 in the Milan Conservatory, but an regrettable disagreement with movie director Giuseppe Gallignani led Vittadini to keep the institution prematurely. Fortunately, this didn’t set him back again. For …

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J. Glover Compton

Through the hollows of Kentucky comes a pianist who was simply actually referred to as among the important music artists in the elite Louisville theater scene, circa 1905. His wife was the vocalist Nettie Lewis, but at least for a while a more regular musical partner was Tony Jackson, the …

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Hans Rott

Like Nordraak and Lekeu, Hans Rott is among the most painful “could-have-been” situations in the music from the nineteen hundred years. Highly talented — Bruckner acquired great expectations about him — his symphony, both in thematic articles and compositional methods, anticipates Mahler, whose First Symphony it predated by eight years. …

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Duque

Duque found Rio when he was very young and made a decision to be a dental practitioner. Signed up for the Medicine University of Rio de Janeiro, he received his level around 1904. He held an workplace at Rua Uruguaiana, which acquired no customers. In 1906, he previously success as …

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Alfredinho Flautim

A significant choro musician and sporadic composer in the first half from the 20th hundred years, Alfredinho Flautim joined the all-star Velha Guarda group and recorded three historic albums through Sinter: A Velha Guarda, Carnaval da Velha Guarda, and Festival da Velha Guarda. Blessed Alfredo José Rodrigues, he found Rio …

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