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Tag Archives: 1920s – 1950s

Sebastião Cirino

An associate of historic organizations just like the Oito Batutas, the Velha Guarda (where he used Donga, Pixinguinha, and additional important music artists), and Carlito Jazz, Sebastião Cirino also had some success like a composer, having had his biggest strike using the maxixe “Cristo Nasceu Na Bahia” (with Duque in …

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Cristóvão de Alencar

Cristóvão de Alencar’s first recorded structure was the marcha “Olha Pra Lua” (with Nássara), in 1934, by Francisco Alves. Alencar debuted like a radio announcer within the next yr, in the Rádio Guanabara, later on becoming announcer within the historical Programa Casé display, innovating a means of dealing with the …

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Erich Kleiber

Erich Kleiber made a decision to turn into a conductor while still students in the Prague Conservatory after hearing Gustav Mahler conducting his 6th Symphony. As choirmaster in the German Theatre in Prague, he produced his performing début in 1911 directing the music to get a stage humor. A composer …

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Sam Wooding

This early American jazz bandleader’s selection of career objectives may be the principal reason he’s not family members word among jazz fans like various other bandleaders of his generation. There are plenty of critics who believe that things could have been completely different for Sam Wooding acquired he not really …

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Marcelle Meyer

Marcelle Meyer was a “pianist’s pianist,” the favourite pianist of Les 6 and a primary interpreter of Baroque music over the piano. She got into the Paris Conservatoire at age group 14, learning with Alfred Cortot and Marguerite Longer and acquiring the Top Prix at age group 16. In the …

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Jarmila Novotná

Jarmila Novotná became a superstar, respected from the leading music artists of her period, first in European countries and later in the us. Although Novotná’s lyric soprano didn’t quite match in pure loveliness to its owner’s appearance, it had been amply appealing and always in the service of the unusually …

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Ivan Vïshnegradsky

Ivan Vïshnegradsky was created the son of the St. Petersburg banker and musical aficionado. As students at the School of St. Petersburg, Vïshnegradsky moved out of laws and philosophy research to sign up in the music section. Vïshnegradsky examined with trainer Nikolai Sokolov, who presented Vïshnegradsky to the task of …

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Ford Rush

In the contemporary country and western picture circa 2004, the name Ford Rush is most probably showing up among the entries on the multiple-choice trivia issue. That might be extremely suitable if one had been examining Rush’s profession as a nation recording artist, evidently consisting of an individual record in …

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Leonard Davis

The best-known musician with the name of Leonard Davis also garnered the nickname of “Ham” during his life time — however, not for anything he did during some of his trumpet solos, at least not predicated on the a large number of records he appears on with real hams such …

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Elly Ney

A pianist using a big-boned method of the repertory, Elly Ney was as assertive regarding her profession as she is at approaching the key pad. Choosing that teaching was as well confining, she driven with an essential profession and pursued the methods to obtain it. In chamber music functionality, Ney …

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