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Tag Archives: 1900s – 1940s

Antônio Lago

Antônio Lago wrote probably one of the most praised Brazilian tracks from the mid-’40s, “Deslumbramento” (lyrics by Raimundo Lopes). Documented by Francisco Alves, it christened a broadly well-known Rádio Nacional cleaning soap opera and in addition was its theme. Lago also composed other compositions, three of these were recorded with …

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J. Glover Compton

Through the hollows of Kentucky comes a pianist who was simply actually referred to as among the important music artists in the elite Louisville theater scene, circa 1905. His wife was the vocalist Nettie Lewis, but at least for a while a more regular musical partner was Tony Jackson, the …

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Alfredinho Flautim

A significant choro musician and sporadic composer in the first half from the 20th hundred years, Alfredinho Flautim joined the all-star Velha Guarda group and recorded three historic albums through Sinter: A Velha Guarda, Carnaval da Velha Guarda, and Festival da Velha Guarda. Blessed Alfredo José Rodrigues, he found Rio …

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Luís Peixoto

Probably one of the most important writers from the Revue Theater, for 45 years, Luís Peixoto wrote a lot more than 110 takes on in several styles, working with the best titles of several decades, from Chiquinha Gonzaga to Carmen Miranda, Ary Barroso, and Aracy Cortes, amongst others. Many of …

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Pyanitsky Choir

The folk songs and dances of Russia have already been preserved through the efforts from the Pyatnitsky Choir (officially referred to as Pyatnitsky Condition Academics Russian Folk Choir). While they perform an assortment of traditional music and contemporary compositions, these are best known because of their interpretations of tracks that …

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John Powell

Given birth to and bred in the American South, American composer John Powell was the child of the Virginia schoolmaster and his wife, the second option being an novice musician of some skill. Powell’s service for the piano created quickly, and by age group 19 he previously graduated in the …

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Selim Palmgren

A significant Finnish composer excelling in piano structure, a lot of whose functions contain impressionistic elements such as for example whole-tone scales and parallel-chord constructions.

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Seymour Hicks

b. Edward Seymour Hicks, 30 January 1871, St. Helier, Shirt, Route Islands, d. 6 Apr 1949, Fleet, Hampshire, Britain. A pleasing vocalist with a wonderful stage existence, Hicks is at the British provincial theater from age 16. He made an appearance in NY before playing in London where he was …

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Fate Marable

A legendary name in early jazz, Destiny Marable led jazz rings on riverboats for many years. He first performed in public areas when he was nine and as soon as 1907, Marable was playing piano and calliope aboard a Mississippi steamship. He created the Kentucky Jazz Music group in 1917 …

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Harry Von Tilzer

Anglicized, the family’s name was truncated from Gummbinsky right down to Gumm. Harold Gumm discovered piano while developing up in Indianapolis. He went off at age 14 to provide as performing acrobat inside a journeying circus. Craving a far more dignified moniker, Harry used his mother’s maiden name, Tilzer. He …

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