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Dalva de Oliveira

Probably one of the most popular performers from the ’40s and ’50s in Brazil, Dalva de Oliveira is known as a most expressive interpreter of Brazilian popular music. Her biggest strikes are “Olhos Verdes” (Vicente Paiva), “Ave Maria” (Vicente Paiva/Jaime Redondo), “Tudo Acabado” (J. Piedade/Oswaldo Martins), “Kalu” (Humberto Teixeira), “Fim …

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Vic Schoen

Vic Schoen was among busiest arranger/conductors in well-known music in the late ’30s with the ’60s. Although not as acclaimed as contemporaries Nelson Riddle or Gordon Jenkins, he amassed a fantastic record of successes dealing with Dinah Shoreline, Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, Ethel Merman, Andy Williams, and, especially, the Andrews …

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Eduardo di Capua

Eduardo di Capua composed a few of the most famous Neapolitan tracks, including “O Singular Mio,” “Santa Lucia Luntana,” and “Torna a Surriento.” He researched in the San Pietro Conservatory in Majilla, and an 1887 encounter using the poet Cinquegrana influenced him to create his first tracks. It wasn’t in …

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Dilermando Pinheiro

Dilermando Pinheiro’s biggest strikes as interpreter were “Seu Libório” (João de Barro/Alberto Ribeiro) and “Risoleta” (Raul Marques/Moacir Bernardino). With Ciro Monteiro, he held the Dupla Onze on the Rádio Mayrink Veiga, having strikes with “Florisbela” (Nássara/Frazão), “Formosa” (Baden Powell/Vinícius de Moraes) ,and “Até Amanhã” (Noel Rosa). At 13, he began …

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Merle Shelton

Merle Shelton had an excellent music lineage, as the sibling of Joe and Bob Shelton (co-authors with Sid Robin of 1927’s of “BECAUSE”) and a previous person in the Shelton Brothers Music group in the ’40s. He spent the majority of his profession like a sideman, and everything in the …

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K-Ximbinho

K-Ximbinho was a noted saxophonist, an associate of Severino Araújo’s Orquestra Tabajara, Fon-Fon’s orchestra, Sete de Ouro, as well as the Orquestra Sinfônica Nacional (of Rádio MEC). Being a composer, he was perhaps one of the most contemporary creators from the choro idiom, being truly a pioneer of its modernization …

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Lazy Ade Monsborough

Among the best Australian musicians mixed up in trad jazz motion, Lazy Ade Monsborough was a significant force and a favorite figure for many years in his local country. A flexible multi-instrumentalist who mainly performed clarinet and alto, Monsborough was also a good trumpeter and trombonist. Monsborough researched piano 1st …

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George Washington Johnson

Schoolteacher and poet George Washington Johnson produced his biggest contribution to the globe of popular track when he wrote the lyrics to the typical “When You and We Were Small, Maggie” for his new wife, Maggie Clark, who was simply ailing from tuberculosis. Given birth to in 1839 near Toronto, …

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Sugar Johnnie’s New Orleans Creole Orchestra

Glucose Johnnie’s New Orleans Creole Orchestra was among the rings that went in to the making of the ensemble referred to as Ruler Oliver’s Creole Jazz Music group. Before being consumed by Oliver’s music group, Sugar Johnnie’s performed Chicago’s De Luxe Café beneath the command of clarinetist Lawrence Duhe. The …

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Benny Strickler

Benny Strickler’s brief career like a trumpeter ended in possibly the most depressing environment recognized to mankind, a sanatorium in Fayetteville, AR. If a continuation of the anti-Fayetteville stance is definitely desired it could be recommended that in short supply of contracting tuberculosis there could have been no reason behind …

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