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Tag Archives: 1910s – 1930s

King Oliver

Joe “Ruler” Oliver was among the fun new Orleans legends, an early on large whose legacy is partly on information. In 1923, he led among the traditional New Orleans jazz rings, the final significant group to emphasize collective improvisation over solos, but ironically his second cornetist (Louis Armstrong) would shortly …

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Ballard MacDonald

Tin Skillet Alley lyricist Ballard MacDonald was created Oct 15, 1882, in Portland, OR, and later on moved to NY to get a songwriting profession. Doing work for the J. Fred Helf posting company, MacDonald published lyrics for any song known as “Play That Barber-Shop Chord” in 1910, which became …

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Cecil Mack

He didn’t write a whole lot of tracks, at least set alongside the most prolific of lyricists; still, what Richard McPherson developed beneath the name of Cecil Mack provides shown to be a dish many performers desire a flavor of. A clerk tibia-deep in posting data speculated that there surely …

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Spencer Williams

Jazz pianist and composer Spencer Williams was created in New Orleans on Oct 14, 1889, their studies at the neighborhood St. Charles University or college before relocating to Chicago in 1907. Ten years later on he was in NEW YORK, teaming with Fat Waller to pencil a small number of …

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Leevi Madetoja

In the generation that followed Jean Sibelius, the versatile Leevi Madetoja was easily being among the most important Finnish composers. Like Sibelius, Madetoja made up symphonies that helped define his stature: certainly, his three remain his most documented works, even if indeed they stay well beyond your regular repertory. His …

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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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