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Carlos Kleiber

Carlos Kleiber was among the legendary conductors of his period, well-known for his infrequent, but supreme interpretations of a restricted repertory. THE BRAND NEW York Times known as him “probably the most venerated conductor since Arturo Toscanini.” Carlos Kleiber was created in Berlin, but grew up in Argentina. He was …

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Igor Kipnis

Igor Kipnis, the child of the fantastic Russian bass singer Alexander Kipnis (1891-1978), was for a few years America’s leading harpsichord and fortepiano participant. Unsurprisingly, he was subjected to music from his first days. His dad was singing using the Berlin Opera when Igor was created. For another eight years …

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Marty Grosz

Among jazz music’s great comedians (his spontaneous monologues tend to be hilarious), Marty Grosz is an excellent acoustic guitarist whose chordal solos recreate the audio of Carl Kress and Dick McDonough from the 1930s, even though his vocals have become much in the Fat Waller custom. It required Grosz quite …

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