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Tag Archives: 1910s – 1940s

Friedrich Schorr

Friedrich Schorr arranged the typical for Wagnerian heldenbariton singing for both decades between 1920 and 1940. His mahogany-colored bass-baritone may possess lacked ultimate independence in the best reaches of the fantastic heroic tasks, but its gorgeous, securely knit timbre and total steadiness (as well as the singer’s mastery of legato) …

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Earl Carroll

b. 16 Sept 1893, Pittsburgh, Pa, USA, d. 17 June 1948, Support Carmel, Pa, USA. A manufacturer, director, writer and songwriter, in the 20s and early 30s, Carroll’s gorgeous revues, ‘Offering THE MOST AMAZING Young ladies In The Globe’ rivalled various other related – although maybe even more up-market – …

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Merritt Brunies

Cornet, trombone. Person in renowned New Orleans musical family members. Merritt Brunies was a normal jazz bandleader in New Orleans and Chicago from 1916 – 1918, and going a grroup known as THE INITIAL New Orleans Jazz Music group. This group didn’t record, nonetheless it predated Jimmy Durante’s New Orleans …

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Alexander Kipnis

Alexander Kipnis represented for most the very style of a bass vocalist, having a tone of voice deep, circular, and stable. Although a indigenous Ukrainian, he researched mainly in Germany; maybe as a result of this he specific in the main bass tasks of Wagner, Mozart and Strauss. Kipnis also …

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Adolf Busch

Adolf Georg Wilhelm Busch was created into a music family members that included his older sibling, conductor Fritz Busch. Educated in the violin from age group 3, Adolph Busch inserted the Cologne Conservatory at age group 11. He examined conducting and structure using the school’s movie director, Fritz Steinbach, and …

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Havergal Brian

Lauded for his “courage and fortitude when confronted with total overlook,” during the period of an innovative life of 80 years — among the longest ever — Havergal Brian constructed big and ambitious functions, including 32 symphonies and many operas, the majority of which proceeded to go unperformed in his …

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Achille Joseph Baquet

While “passant blanc” may appear as an imported mozzarella cheese, it really is a Creole appearance for black people who move for white. That is a details that inevitably arises in the storyplot of Achille Joseph Baquet. It had been not necessarily that uncommon for black music artists to move …

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Fred Thompson

b. 24 January 1884, London, Britain, d. 10 Apr 1949, London, Britain. Unusually for any librettist of the time, Thompson enjoyed substantial achievement both in London’s Western End and on New York’s Broadway. In the past due 10s and early 20s, he done many shows, frequently in collaboration, such as …

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Bonfiglio de Oliveira

Bonfiglio de Oliveira, an extraordinary trumpeter, is definitely the finest of his period. He also excelled like a composer, with many marchas-rancho, the march “Carolina” (popular from the Carnival of 1934, created with Hervé Cordovil), the waltzes “Glória” (with lyrics by Branca M. Coelho and documented in 1931 by Gastão …

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Othmar Schoeck

Othmar Schoeck was a significant Swiss composer through the 1st half from the twentieth hundred years. As opposed to the greater dissonant design pursued by contemporaries, Schoeck is well known for his essentially tonal music and his focus on melodic values, instead of dissonant effects. Concerning his many functions, Schoeck …

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