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John Hill Hewitt

The eldest son of Adam Hewitt, John composed mainly for the vocal medium. Associated his dad on travels to southern metropolitan areas, John obtained a flavor for teaching, composing, composing and confirming as he journeyed. Nearly all his “resident” intervals had been spent in Baltimore. A lot of his tracks …

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Russell Smith

The name Russell Smith abounding throughout music history like wildflowers with an Appalachian highway, it really is no great shock to find several performers with this name whose accomplishments in classic jazz will be the stuff of legend. Never to become confused having a journeyman trumpeter whose discography may be …

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Benny Peyton

Every jazz musician wanting to make an occupation away of swinging eventually would go to Europe, some staying for extended periods plus some settling straight down once and for all. The profession of Benny Peyton is exclusive in that apparently most of his carrying out activity occurred in European countries …

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B. Barrett

In within the dismal genre referred to as the southern loss of life tale ballad, inevitably the mysterious B. Barrett arises regarding the the damaging saga of “Small Marion Parker”. The melody was prepared through a maze-like assortment of New York melody publishing and documenting companies in the past due …

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Paraguaçu

Paraguaçu was perhaps one of the most popular Brazilian performers of the first decades from the 20th hundred years. Had several strikes (his first documenting schedules from 1912), and in addition worked for movie theater, Television, and radio. Boy of Italian immigrants, followed the creative name Paraguaçu (an all Brazilian …

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Levino Ferreira

Among the important Brazilian performers from the initial half from the 20th hundred years, bandleader Levino Ferreira was considered a get better at of frevo — an exuberant design of music that goes back to the later 19th hundred years but was perfected in the 20th hundred years. Frevo, which …

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Hubert Léonard

Leonard studied the violin along with his dad, with Rouma, who had studied with Pieltain, Prume, in the Brussels Conservatory, and Habeneck in the Paris Conservatoire. Leonard performed in various and prestigious locations like the Liege Theater, the Theater des Varietes, the Opera-Comique as well as the Academie Royale de …

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Pastora Pavón

Doubtless the best feminine flamenco singer to have documented, Pastora Pavón, or “the lady from the Combs” was created to a gypsy family in Seville in 1890. Effective from her youngsters, she performed in Madrid, Seville, and Bilbao with such as for example Manuel Valle, Antonio Chacon, sibling Tomas, and …

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Paul Warmack

A day’s drive around Georgia and Tennessee and the truth will be quite apparent, so far as gullies are worried. There are a great number of them. The occasionally parched and scorched, various other times drenched globe children of just one 1,000 riverbeds operate riot with gullies, as though these …

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Wilhelm Fitzenhagen

Beginning music lesson ats an early on age, Fitzenhagen discovered the piano, cello and violin and was capale enough to replacement for people of his father’s orchestra in the blowing wind section. He was appointed as Hofkapellmeister in Dresden and offered cello shows in Leipzig, Weimar (impressing Liszt) and Moscow …

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