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Tag Archives: 1910s – 1930s

Lucrezia Bori

Standing aside from additional lyric sopranos of her day, Lucrezia Bori was an excellent interpretive artist, adept at utilizing the oboe-like timbre of her modest-sized tone of voice to generate interpretations of rare pathos. Without conventionally gorgeous, she bewitched her viewers into thinking her to be always a creature of …

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Grigoras Dinicu

Grigoras Dinicu was a prominent composer and violinist in his time, an musician who drew accolades for his virtuosity from many world-renowned performers, including Jascha Heifetz, who called him probably the most talented violinist he previously ever encountered. Dinicu’s popularity, both as composer and performer, begun to fade after his …

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Earl Burtnett

b. 1899, Harrisburg, Pa, USA, d. 2 January 1936, Chicago, Illinois, USA. Created in the first 20s in LA, California, USA, the Earl Burtnett dance music group stayed for the reason that locale in most of its energetic life, save for just two tours within the Midwest and Florida. Having …

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Eddie Edwards

A founding person in the initial Dixieland Jazz Music group, and an excellent rhythmic participant and force for the reason that group’s success. Edwards started playing violin at 10, after that used trombone at 15. He performed in regional New Orleans brass rings as an adolescent, included in this Stein’s …

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Laurel & Hardy

Throughout their partnership Laurel (b. Arthur Stanley Jefferson, 16 June 1890, Ulverston, Lancashire (afterwards Cumbria), Britain, d. 23 Feb 1965, Santa Monica, California, USA) and Hardy (b. Oliver Norvell Hardy, 18 January 1892, Harlem, Georgia, USA, d. 7 August 1957, North Hollywood, California, USA) produced silent and speaking movies. In …

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Curley Fletcher

Likeable nation artist Curley Fletcher wouldn’t find very much distinction in his nickname, as nation and bluegrass music appears to be full of players named Curly, almost like strands of hair on to the floor of the barbershop. However in composing the traditional cowboy ballad “The Strawberry Roan” — in …

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Larry Shields

A colorful and rambunctious clarinetist, Larry Shields infused the initial Dixieland Jazz Music group with spirit along with a little bit of hilarity. Not just a main improviser (he tended to do it again his phrases a good deal), Shields’ extroverted and carefree audio symbolized jazz to numerous listeners from …

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Bennie Moten

Bennie Moten is today best-remembered because the leader of the music group that partly became the nucleus of the initial Count number Basie Orchestra, but Moten deserves better. He was an excellent ragtime-oriented pianist who led the very best territory music group from the 1920s, an orchestra that basically set …

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Carrie Jacobs-Bond

American composer and song writer. Her most well-known tune was “I REALLY LIKE You Truly”. Others included “AN IDEAL Time” and “Simply a-Wearyin’ FOR YOU PERSONALLY”.

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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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