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Dolly Dawn

Affectionately referred to as the “champagne of big-band singers,” Dolly Dawn (born Theresa Anna Maria Stabile) was perhaps one of the most successful vocalists from the later ’30s and ’40s. The little girl of Italian immigrants, Dawn was an adolescent when she started appearing on an area weekend radio display …

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Bernard Greenhouse

Bernard Greenhouse was probably most widely known among the founding associates from the Beaux Arts Trio. Greenhouse acquired a significant profession being a single cellist both before development from the trio and during his 32 many years of program in it. Students of Casals, Greenhouse learned a wide cello repertory …

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