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Tag Archives: 1910s – 1950s

Maggie Teyte

The daughter of the Uk midlands pub keeper, Maggie Tate changed the spelling of her surname when she visited Paris in 1903 to review using the storied tenor Jean de Reszke. Initial, though, she qualified in the Royal Musical University like a light lyric soprano, and produced her London debut …

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Luckey Roberts

Charles Luckeyth “Luckey” Roberts was a transcendentally gifted pianist from the “San Juan Hill” ragtime college along with a author of both popular and classical materials. Blessed in Philadelphia along with a lifelong Quaker and teetotaler, Roberts begun to play the lease celebrations in Harlem around 1908 and was usually …

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Joseph Moskowitz

Delivered in Romania in 1879, Joseph Moskowitz was a kid prodigy who mastered the cymbalom being a youngster and began using it on Danubian riverboats at age 11. The cimbalom, cymbalom, or cymbalum, known within the U.S. being a hammered dulcimer, is certainly believed to possess descended in the Persian …

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Fritz Reiner

Fritz Reiner was a star among conductors. Universally respected for his music-making, broadly disliked for his intense and exacting character, and survived by way of a legacy of definitive documented shows, he was generally in charge of the creative ascendancy from the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, and exerted significant impact on …

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Vivienne Segal

b. 19 Apr 1897, Philadelphia, Pa, USA, d. 29 Dec 1992, LA, California, USA. Among the brightest celebrities from the American musical theater – an celebrity and vocalist who produced her name in operetta, before shifting to the advanced globe of Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart. She examined tone of …

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Charles Winninger

b. 26 Might 1884, Athens, Wisconsin, USA, d. 27 January 1969, Hand Springs, California, USA. After showing up in vaudeville as a kid person in his family members’s work, Winninger trained on the highway with various businesses prior to making his Broadway musical humor debut within the Yankee Female (1910). …

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Frank Signorelli

Frank Signorelli was a significant player in back of the scenes seeing that an organizer and an accompanying pianist with many notable rings. In 1917, with Phil Napoleon, he was a founding person in the initial Memphis Five. He documented extensively with this prolific group through 1931. Signorelli was briefly …

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Benny Davis

A vaudeville performer barely into his teenagers, lyricist Benny Davis composed a huge selection of songs through the heyday of Tin Skillet Alley. Though just “Baby Encounter” became an internationally standard, strikes like “Don’t Break the center That Enjoys You,” “There Moves My Heart,” and “WITH ONE OF THESE Hands” …

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Ezio Pinza

Ezio Pinza (Fortunato Pinza) was probably one of the most popular and important basses from the twentieth hundred years. Given birth to in Rome in 1892, he originally wished to make a profession in sports, or simply anatomist, but after finding his tone of voice he began research at Ravenna …

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Duke of Iron

Calypso tale the Duke of Iron was created Cecil Anderson in Trinidad the son of the musician dad. In 1913 he teamed with Jules Sims to help make the first-ever vocal calypso recordings, but small is known regarding the 10 years that implemented. His tale resumes in 1923, when he …

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