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Tag Archives: 1900s – 1920s

Louis Cottrell, Sr.

Drummer Louis Cottrell, Sr. used the John Robichaux and Olympia Orchestras in the first 1900s in New Orleans before shifting to Chicago in 1915 with Manuel Perez’s music group. Cottrell spent his old age back New Orleans playing and documenting using a.J. Piron’s orchestra. He’s acknowledged with presenting the press …

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Madame Riviere

Little is well known of Madame Riviere, a France woman sent with the France government to review Tahiti — a France colony — in the 1920s. Developing a music group, Madame Riviere’s Hawaiians, offering Hawaii-born metal guitarist Tau Moe and his wife and vocalist, Rose, Riviere created a number of …

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J. Scott Skinner

Wayne Scott Skinner, given birth to in 1843, had been performing by 1855. Skinner was no folk designer, but a virtuoso of the drawing-room design that drew from both folk and traditional traditions.

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Joseph Petit

This artist played both slide and valve trombone in some historic early jazz orchestras active in New Orleans first from the 20th century. Joseph Petit got a strong impact for the cornet participant known as Pal Petit — which had not been only a matter of stylistic attributes. When the …

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Brij Narayan Chakbast

Pandit Brij Narayan Chakbast was one of the biggest authors of Urdu poetry. His ghazals and nazm, including “Khaak-E-Hind,” “Ramayan Ka Aik Picture,” and “Gulzaar-E-Naseem,” continue steadily to influence the authors and poets of India. A indigenous of Faizabad, a little town near Lucknow, Chakbast inherited his abilities being a …

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George Nelson

The surname Nelson having had significant amounts of acknowledged effect on the brand new Orleans jazz scene, it could not look like a lot of a reduction, at least statistically, for George Nelson to become relegated to shadowy mystery man status. This can be among the hardly any players from …

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Jose Aleman

As the surname Aleman may appear just like a hippie building a bar order, pronounce it properly in Cuban Spanish and a music legend continues to be summoned, including an orchestra popular plenty of to have gigs in both 19th and 20th centuries. Regrettably a typographical mistake in Helio Orovio’s …

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Geraldine Farrar

Farrar was among the early superstars from the Metropolitan Opera, having a glamorous tone of voice richly matched by her physical existence, and her insistence that she had not been a vocalist but a performing celebrity. Her recordings had been widely well-known, and she also produced many silent films, like …

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Antonio Scotti

Although, within an era of several outstanding baritones, Antonio Scotti’s had not been the richest or the most magnificent in timbre, it had been nonetheless an outstanding instrument whose owner yielded absolutely nothing to his contemporaries in musicality and dramatic acuity. As his tone of voice declined, he focused for …

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Bert Williams

Bert Williams was the saving industry’s 1st essential and enduring dark artist. His dried out but insightful laughter, in conjunction with a downtrodden but persevering persona, discovered popular success on the switch of the hundred years, which continued in to the Roaring Twenties. Williams was also a noteworthy songwriter who …

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