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William Kroll

As his Coolidge Medal (1942) indicates, William Kroll greatly contributed to music during his day, both like a soloist so that as a member of varied intimate chamber ensembles. Among enough time he was students of Marteau on the Berlin Hochschule für Musik (1911 – 1914) and enough time he …

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Ed Sullivan

b. Edward Vincent Sullivan, 28 Sept 1901, NEW YORK, NY, USA, d. 13 Oct 1974, NEW YORK, NY, USA. Sullivan managed typically the most popular range program on US tv through the 50s and 60s. He provided hundreds of the main musical acts from the period to a broad audience; …

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Bill Moore

The rule relating to the surname Moore as coupled with any mix of Will, William, Willie, Expenses, Billie, or Billy is that there will be, well, Moore — music artists, that’s. The trumpet and cornet participant given birth to William Henry Moore but frequently credited as Costs can state some …

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Annette Hanshaw

Among the initial great woman jazz performers, in the past due ’20s Annette Hanshaw ranked close to the best with Ethel Waters, the Boswell Sisters, as well as the upcoming Mildred Bailey. Unlike her modern Ruth Etting, Hanshaw could improvise and golf swing while also being truly a solid interpreter …

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Ralph Rainger

American pop composer Ralph Rainger began like a Tin Pan Alley and Broadway writer, but continued to be among Hollywood’s many prolific composers (especially through the 1930s), and it is many remembered for his use lyricist Leo Robin. Blessed in N.Con.C., 1901, Rainger trained himself music structure and theory even …

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Frank Signorelli

Frank Signorelli was a significant player in back of the scenes seeing that an organizer and an accompanying pianist with many notable rings. In 1917, with Phil Napoleon, he was a founding person in the initial Memphis Five. He documented extensively with this prolific group through 1931. Signorelli was briefly …

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