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Tag Archives: 1910s – 1930s

Paul Banks

Back the ’20s, Paul Banking institutions was a bluesman from the early days from the Kansas Town scene. As the smell of cow manure was unquestionably more powerful in the air flow in the past than in the Kansas Town of today, this fragrance stands no assessment along with his …

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Bastos Tigre

Bastos Tigre debuted in 1906 along with his play Maxixe (written with Batista Coelho and João Foca). In the Carnival from the same 12 months, he had achievement using the tango-chula “Vem Cá, Mulata” (created with Arquimedes de Oliveira), extracted from Maxixe and documented by Maria Lino. The track was …

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Satur

Among the founders from the Mangueira samba college in 1929 and an associate of it is precursor, the Bloco dos Arengueiros, Satur was the initial leader of Mangueira and was thus placement until 1935, when he died. In 1934, he was among the founders as well as the vice leader …

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João Pernambuco

João Pernambuco was a significant Belle Époque author of seminal choros, and in addition of jongos, valses, toadas, and mayções. Regardless of his illiteracy having remaining him in the much less scrupulous hands of companions who robbed a number of important compositions of his, his storage was conserved and his …

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Arpad Sandor

Arpád Sándor was a significant Hungarian pianist, well known as an accompanist to great worldwide singers and violinists. He was students on the Royal Academy of Music in Budapest, where he examined structure with Zoltán Kodály and piano with Béla Bartók. He graduated in 1922. His initial trip to america …

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Lord Berners

Berners, educated in Eaton, was an eccentric British gentleman. He previously some musical trained in Dresden and in Britain and in addition received some information from Stravinsky and Casella, but he was essentially a self-taught composer. A dilettante with adequate means to go after his passions, Berners made whimsical works …

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Irmãos Martins

The Irmãos Martins were the first Brazilian artists to execute in European countries in the first 20th century. The Afro-Brazilian brothers Alfredo Martins (cello) and João Martins (violin) toured through Portugal, Spain, France, Germany, Holland, Belgium, Russia, and Italy, from 1908 to 1912, playing traditional music. Arriving in Paris, they …

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Dave Kaplan

This artist is most probably the first Dave Kaplan to get credits in the recording industry; he shouldn’t be confused using the Dave Kaplan from a very much later on period who manages performers such as for example Brian Setzer. The previous Kaplan dates method, way back, composing plans for …

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Alberta Gabriel

Alberta Gabriel was among the rare feminine musicians from the start of New Orleans jazz. She changed pianist Paul Beaulieu in the Country wide Orchestra, as well as the audition might possibly not have been that challenging due to the fact this extended group was led by her dad, Martin …

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Claudia Muzio

Opera, want any other talent, has it is cult statistics, typically singers who all died teen and enacted tragedies, on stage or (sometimes “and”) within their own lives. While Maria Callas is just about the best known of the, Claudia Muzio offers her personal legion of devotees. Like Callas, her …

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