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Alfred Wallenstein

Cellist and conductor Alfred Wallenstein was a prodigy on his device, and later on became the main cellist in two of America’s finest orchestras. Like a conductor, he produced music over the air frequently, using that “podium from the air” to execute neglected works and the ones written by modern …

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Ernst Bacon

Ernst Bacon was an American composer, given birth to and raised in the town of Chicago, IL. He also went to university there at Northwestern School from 1915 until 1918. He remained in the town for further research at the School of Chicago for the year, and gained his master’s …

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