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Tag Archives: 1900s – 1930s

Josué de Barros

Josué de Barros was the initial Brazilian to possess his interpretations recorded in European countries and in addition discovered Carmen Miranda. He constructed over 100 music and had achievement along with his canção-toada “Triste Jandaia” and his samba “Dona Balbina” (documented by Miranda), “Carnaval Tá Aí” (with Pixinguinha, also documented …

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Antônio Maria Passos

Famous, completed, and most-requested flutist Antonio Maria Passos transformed for the sax due to the then-popular American foxtrots. Also an impeccable traditional flutist, Passos got unique importance in the engendering of choro, still a means of playing in his period. Like a composer, he remaining several important functions, like the …

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Marcel Tournier

Marcel Tournier is one of the relatively few essential composers who had been also virtuoso harpists. And in addition, his output is certainly dominated with the harp, though he do create choral and stage functions, and also other instrumental compositions, including chamber and piano parts. Tournier’s music is basically Impressionistic, …

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Frederic Austin

The name of British composer Frederic Austin is nearly forgotten today. Even while a baritone, the part where he was most widely known during his personal life time, his legacy can be obscure; he documented little. However Austin was in charge of one quite common item in England’s distributed musical …

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Rudolf Sieczynski

Broadly ignored for a hundred years simply by most reference books, actually those in German, Rudolf Sieczynski is saved from oblivion from the popularity of an individual song, the haunting Wien, du Stadt meiner Träume (Vienna, City of My Dreams). By day time a authorities clerk, Sieczynski moonlighted the majority …

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John Foulds

John Foulds is among the quintessential eccentrics who abound in the annals of music in early twentieth hundred years Britain, a prolific author of so-called “light” music, which the majority of his popularity today regrettably rests. The boy of the bassoonist in the Hallé Orchestra, he started piano lessons at …

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Pavel Chesnokov

Pavel Chesnokov was arguably the foremost Russian author of sacred choral functions during his period. He published around 500 choral functions, about 400 of these sacred. Chesnokov was a devout follower from the Russian Orthodox Chapel and was influenced to write the majority of his functions for worship for the …

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Alban Berg

Alban Maria Johannes Berg is among the central statistics of twentieth hundred years musical composition. Among the triumvirate of the next Viennese College, Berg produced a fairly little body of function that is non-etheless distinguished with a highly Romantic visual and a unique dramatic feeling. Berg’s dad was an export …

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Les Copeland

“People from france Pastry Rag” may appear like a thing that would be laying around inside a elegant bakery; “Cabbage Leaf Rag” appears like a useful idea for a few of those difficult leaves of cabbage that simply won’t boil down. Both items are in fact musical compositions by Les …

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Martin Gabriel

The Country wide Orchestra was a historic extended New Orleans jazz ensemble that existed for pretty much two decades from 1913. Martin Gabriel, whose name was Martin Manuel Gabriel Sr., performed both cornet in the group and appeared to be the nominal head; at the very least, the group ceased …

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