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Tag Archives: 1910s – 1920s

Henry Creamer

Lyricist Henry Creamer wrote many main traditional pop music including “AFTER YOU HAVE Gone” (1918) and “Method Straight down Yonder in New Orleans” (1922). Delivered in 1879 in Richmond, VA, Creamer proved helpful within a music firm in NY before executing vaudeville over the U.S. and European countries, as a …

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Dan W. Quinn

b. c.1859, SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, California, USA, d. 7 November 1938, NEW YORK, NY, USA. As a kid Quinn sang within the cathedral choir so when living in NJ as a guy he was inspired to sing for cylinder documenting companies in NY. This is in 1892 and he …

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Gus Mueller

Regardless of the sound of his name and having worked well for just one bandleader who known as himself “Baron,” Gustave “Gus” Mueller had not been a clarinetist from your German free jazz picture. He was originally a fresh Orleans jazz designer, birthed in to the Big Easy back the …

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Art Hickman

b. Arthur G. Hickman, 13 June 1886, Oakland, California, USA, d. 16 January 1930, SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, California, USA. Hickman continues to be noted in lots of histories because the initial musician to put together a dance music group in its currently recognized format, though this continues to be …

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Arthur Collins

Phonograph information existed for under half of the artist’s existence, but he certainly produced the most from the technology when it arrived. Arthur Collins might have been the most broadly documented vocalist of the first 20th hundred years, for the excited Edison engineers only concocting some 200 single sides in …

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Raymond Hubbell

b. 1 June 1879, Urbana, Ohio, USA, d. 13 Dec 1954, Miami, Florida, USA. Hubbell analyzed music in Chicago, Illinois, where he also led a dance music group. He worked like a pianist and arranger with music publisher Charles K. Harris and was energetic like a songwriter. Early successes included …

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Maurice Abrahams

b. 18 March 1883, Russia, d. 13 Apr 1931, NY, USA. A composer and publisher whose most reliable numbers were created through the ragtime period, Abrahams was at the forefront from the initial well-known music ‘trend’ to sweep America and several various other countries. Abrahams proved helpful for many music …

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Sam Ash

Curly-haired singer and entertainer Sam Ash was fairly occupied in Broadway musicals from the 1910s and 1920s. His most well-known numbers are the non-sensical duo with Elegance Nash entitled “Rackety-Koo'” through the 1915 Katrinka as well as the enthusiastic single “Oh, Just what a Young lady!” through the show of …

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Marika Papagika

Papagika was possibly the most significant performer to create Greek music to America. Delivered at the start from the 20th centrury in the Greek isle of Kos, she emigrated to America in 1918, where she pursued a sucessful documenting career as well as her hubby, Kostas.

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Vess L. Ossman

This historically important artist was section of several performers who made the very first recordings of so-called ragtime music. He started documenting in the first 1890s and was the dominating banjoist in the thoughts of the brand new record-buying general public for at least ten years from then on. His …

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