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L’Orchestre de la Suisse Romande

Established by the end of the devastating battle that experienced enveloped almost all of Europe aside from Switzerland, L’Orchestre de la Suisse Romande was called for the French-speaking part of the tiny nation. With the tenacity and devotion of its creator, conductor Ernest Ansermet, it became a local, then national …

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Marika Ninou

Marika Ninou was among the leading Greek vocalists through the early-’50s. Her 78 rpm recordings offered a tone of voice for the compositions of Vasilis Tsitsanis, Manolis Hiotis, Yannis Papaioanou, Yorgos Mitsakis, and Apostolas Kaldaras. A indigenous of Causasus, Ninou found Athens in 1948, carrying out an acrobatic work with …

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Emilio Agramonte

In comparison to his brother, Eduardo Agramonte, Emilio Agramonte may seem like something of the milquetoast. In the end, the previous was a fearless soldier of star and a doctor and author of armed forces music who found his death within an 1872 fight through the Cuban Battle of Independence, …

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Herb Hendler

Longtime music industry veteran Supplement Hendler also penned some hits in cooperation with bandleader Ralph Flanagan, especially the oft-covered “Sizzling hot Toddy.” Blessed in Philadelphia on June 17, 1918, Hendler initial emerged on the zenith from the golf swing era being a musician and arranger. By 1946, he was set …

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Leonard Rose

Cellist Leonard Joseph Rose was an associate of the Russian family members who have had immigrated to the U.S. from Kiev. His dad was an novice cellist who offered him his 1st lessons within the device. Rose’s formal research began following the family members had shifted to Florida, in the …

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Alcides Gerardi

Having documented 194 78 rpm albums and six LP’s, Alcides Gerardi acquired success between 1945 and 1967, especially being a bolero singer. His biggest strikes will be the samba “Antonico” (Ismael Silva), afterwards re-recorded by Gal Costa and Elza Soares; “Tudo Foi Ilusão” (Laert Santos/Arcilino Tavares); “Brotinho Maluco” (Aníbal Cruz); …

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Bob Nelson

Adopting the united states music design, Bob Nelson experienced strikes as singer/composer with songs like “O Boi Barnabé” (with Afonso Simão), “Eu Tiro o Leite” (with Sebastião Lima), and “Te Agüenta, Guyé” (with Almeida Rego). His version for “O Susana” was also released in the U.S. He participated in movies …

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Marília Batista

Regarded as by Noel Rosa to become the very best interpreter of his songs (while additional accounts respect renditions by Aracy de Almeida as Rosa’s perfect), Marilia Batista was an effective singer/composer who documented a lot more than 30 albums in her job, many of them in duo with Rosa …

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Bill Graham

Of all jazzmen named Bill Graham who aren’t linked to either the Fillmore East promoter or the minister from the same name, the reed participant from Kansas City may be the one using the lengthiest profession & most humongous pile of edges to his credit. He’s also an undesired guy …

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Don Cruz Lizárraga

Clarinet participant and bandleader Don Cruz Lizárraga was among the originators from the banda custom of Mexico. Regarding his horn-dominated music group La Banda Un Recodo, Lizárraga brought the ranchera Cumbias, baladas, corridos, balades ritmica, boleros, and pasos dobles of Mexico towards the worldwide stage. Lizárraga’s passions in music didn’t …

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