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Lee Blair

An excellent rhythmic player who was simply mixed up in 1920’s and had an on-and-off profession for 40 years, Lee Blair is a name in jazz background. He was selftaught on banjo aside from several lessons with Mike Pingitore from Paul Whiteman’s music group. Blair caused Charlie Skeete (1926-28) and …

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Harold Cooper

Not to end up being confused using the somewhat previously trumpeter from the same name, this Harold Cooper is a clarinetist whose most well-known affiliations were using the Dukes of Dixieland and the first profession of popular trumpeter Al Hirt. Having examined significant amounts of brass music since his fresh …

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Emile Durand

A author of operettas and a writer on music theory. Durand’s theoretical functions add a treatise on tranquility and a treatise for the composiotion of music. His operettas included “l’Elixir de Cornelius” and “l’Astronome du Pont Neuf”. Durand also made up songs and parts for man choruses.

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Ford Lee Washington

Did Ford Lee Washington earn the nickname and more essential stage name of Buck due to the facial skin that appears on the main one dollar bill? It really is just as most likely that he got the name from his dance design, as he certainly was around when the …

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Bobby Martin

Trumpeter Bobby Martin’s birthday in 1903 is duly noted in a number of jazz recommendations, establishing him while the eldest of several performers with this name or variants thereof. For his probable moving, his decision to keep music and operate a family group business in the middle-’40s seemingly resulted in …

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Robert Planquette

Planquette was a France composer and pianist who all studied for a short while on the Paris Conservatoire. While he was there he gained a first award for solfege in 1867 another award for piano in 1868. He was compelled to produce a living by playing in cafes and composing …

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Hugh Tracey

Southern African ethnomusicologist Hush Tracey was created to United kingdom parents in 1903. As a guy, while farming in what’s today Zimbabwe, Tracey fell deeply in love with the music sung by his African co-workers. In 1929, astonished that no one was documenting these and various other indigenous African musics, …

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Grey Ghost

Sparse and poorly documented sessions are unfortunately the foundation of Gray Ghost’s (given birth to Roosevelt Thomas Williams) fame. A thrilling, if erratic, Tx barrelhouse pianist who was simply active because the ’20s, Gray Ghost enjoyed hook career increase in the ’90s. Apart from older enthusiasts who’d noticed him experimenting …

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Walter Jurmann

Vienna-born Walter Jurmann’s career being a composer and songwriter took him from Berlin, where he produced his name within the 1920s and early ’30s writing hits for Richard Tauber among others, to exile but still better success in Paris, and lastly to America by method of Hollywood from early 1935. …

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Arthur Godfrey

Arthur Godfrey was a dynamic entertainer for some of his lifestyle, a minimum of a half of a hundred years of executing in radio, tv and films, of performing and performing ukulele and acoustic guitar, upgrading to microphones to provide tone of voice to his most recent promotional structure. Whether …

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