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Daniele Amfitheatrof

Composer Daniele Amfitheatrof scored several MGM films through the ’40s, ’50s, and ’60s. Before that, the Russian-born child of the novelist and playwright, and graduate from the Royal Academy of Music in Rome, carried out various Western symphonies. He obtained his 1st film, Maximum Ophul’s La signora di Tutti, in …

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Vladimir Sofronitsky

Vladimir Sofronitsky was among the best Russian pianists from the twentieth hundred years, and, while he previously turn into a somewhat less prominent body following his loss of life, he should be even now considered together with Richter, Gilels, and Yudina. In his period, Sofronitsky became more popular as the …

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André Kostelanetz

André Kostelanetz arranged classical items as easy hearing amounts, bringing the music to a wide, middle-brow viewers that wouldn’t as a rule have paid attention to the music. Along the way, he inadvertently created easy hearing music. Kostelanetz grasped the energy of radio and he modified his arrangements to match …

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