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Oscar Shumsky

There will need to have been something special in American drinking water through the 1910s, a thing that allowed a unique amount of the kids born through the decade to build up into violin prodigies of extraordinary presents: Yehudi Menuhin and Ruggiero Ricci come right to mind, and undoubtedly Isaac …

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Richard Yardumian

A twentieth hundred years American composer whose music features considerable spiritual and mystical infiltration, Richard Yardumian had not been a kid prodigy nor did he even show any particular desire for music until he started the analysis of piano and music theory in his twenties. His function attracted the interest …

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John “Johnny” Adriano Acea

The Blue Note catalog is really a buffet table that attracts and satisfies an endless group of jazz noshers, and those that stay longest and dig deepest in to the more obscure salads will find yourself finding this funky Philly pianist. He supported the outstanding guitarist Offer Green in addition …

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