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Henriëtta Bosmans

Bosmans studied piano with her mom, Sarah Bosmans-Benedicts on the Amsterdam Conservatory. Furthermore to performing broadly, she was an accompanist for most music artists. Her early functions are intimate in character, but after learning with Pijper in 1927 her compositions became even more radical. By 1935 she begun to synthesize …

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Alfred Laine

Alfred Laine, who performed both cornet as well as the alto horn, was the son of well-known New Orleans brass group leader Papa Jack port Laine. The kid also acquired a nickname — he was referred to as “Pantsy” — but was merely never as well-known as his dad. “Papa” …

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Nelson Alves

Cavaquinho participant Nelson Alves played in the Grupo de Chiquinha Gonzaga with Tute and Antônio Mariz dos Passos. He was among the founding associates of Oito Batutas in 1919. Alves also performed on Pixinguinha’s early recordings and was an associate from the Guarda Velha group.

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Walter “Kid” Smith

A performer may be tempted to improve a name as common as Smith, and perhaps this is why why a great deal more than fifty percent the recordings created by this old-timey musician arrived under pseudonyms. For reasons uknown that Walter “Child” Smith made a decision to submerge his identification, …

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Bud Abbott

“It gets thus boring in the home. After all, just how many reruns of Abbott & Costello films can a man watch on tv?” — Bud Abbott While Bud Abbott is most beneficial known for his radio, film, and television use Lou Costello, his profession both predated and prolonged beyond …

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Ignaz Lachner

Younger brother of Franz Lachner, Ignaz was trained both in Augsburg and Munich. Then visited Vienna and analyzed straight with Franz Lachner so when Franz vacated the organist placement on the Lutheran cathedral in Vienna, Ignaz changed him. Like his sibling, Ignaz was a proficient conductor. He kept a number …

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Manuel Alejandro

An arranger and manufacturer for albums by Placido Domingo, Julio Iglesias, Jose Luis Rodriguez, José José, and Emmanuel, Manuel Alejandro can be perhaps one of the most well-known composers of Latin music. His repertoire contains “Quiero Dormir Cansado,” “Lo Dudo,” “Ese Hombre,” “Soy Rebelde,” and “Amar con Querer.”

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The Three Stooges

After 60-plus years to be an American comedy institution, the annals from the Stooges is well documented somewhere else. What’s not generally known, however, is the fact that the ultimate lineup (comprising Larry Good, Moe Howard, and Curly Joe DeRita) produced comedy records, mainly for the children’s marketplace that experienced …

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Edythe Baker

A talented however now obscure classically trained pianist, Edythe Baker moved to NEW YORK in later 1919 and produced some piano rolls for the Aeolian business during the following six years that ranged from ragtime to melodic pop music of your day (such as for example “Yes Sir, That’s My …

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Barrelhouse Pete

Initially, the life span and occasions of Barrelhouse Pete appears to be the stuff of exciting, actually scandalous music story. His dad was a Tx Ranger! He documented a piano single entitled “Pussy” which might have arranged the picture for a time of repressive musical censorship! There is no actual …

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