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Tag Archives: 1930s – 1970s

Peter Pears

Peter Pears, for quite some time, embodied Uk vocal music, both opera and melody. Benjamin Britten composed 14 operas and over 50 music and melody cycles for him, and he made an appearance in the premieres of several other major British functions. He was among the three founders from the …

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Paul Ben-Haim

Given birth to Paul Frankenburger, Ben Haim studied piano, structure, and conducting on the Munich Academy of Arts. From 1924 to 1931 he offered as conductor at Augsburg. Then came back to Munich to focus on structure but was compelled to leave due to the onset of Nazi guideline. He …

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Gilberto Alves

An extremely popular singer from your ’40s before ’60s, Gilberto Alves had a few of his biggest hits with tunes like “Pombo Correio,” “Recordar é Viver,” “De Lanterna Na Mão,” “Agora É Tarde,” “Natureza Bela,” “Cecília,” and “Louca Pela Boêmia.” His professional debut like a vocalist was around 1935 in …

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Dicky Harris

This Richard Harris shifted his name right down to Dicky Harris early in his job, thus staying away from confusion using the Uk actor who gets tortured in the film A GUY Called Equine. The experienced trombonist still gets confusing with pedal metal guitarist Dickie Harris, nevertheless, resulting in the …

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Manezinho da Flauta

Learning the flute when he was five, Manezinho da Flauta begun to take part in novice displays at Rádio Tupi (Rio de Janeiro) around 1930. At 15, he became an expert and was employed by Rádio Guanabara, another year signing up for the Farolito Danças dance music group. When Humberto …

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Carolina Crackerjacks

Arthur “Acoustic guitar Boogie” Smith began using the music group name Carolina Crackerjacks at least ahead of 1938 recording classes for the Bluebird label. This regular group would continue as you of Smith’s support units for pretty much the next half a hundred years. The Carolina Crackerjacks documented with Smith …

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Bob Lester

In the mid-’30s Bob Lester achieved considerable success performing at Cassino da Urca, Cassino Quitandinha, as well as the casino on the Copacabana Palace Hotel, singing and tap dancing with Grande Otelo, Oscarito, and Mistinguette. Signing up for Carmen Miranda as well as the Bando da Lua, Lester followed the …

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Ahmed Jaan Thirawka

When the Sarod Ghar (museum of Indian classical music), in Gwalior, India, began its collection, it had been fitting the fact that tabla (Indian drums) of Ustad Ahmed Jaan Thirakwa was included. Perhaps one of the most important players from the tabla, Thirakwa motivated several years of players who implemented …

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Aloysio Oliveira

An integral figure in the internationalization of Brazilian well-known music, Aloysio de Oliveira participated in the complete job of Carmen Miranda overseas, using the Bando da Lua, and in addition produced other Brazilian artists in the U.S. Oliveira got many hits using the Bando da Lua, plus a significant discography. …

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João da Baiana

Having launched the pandeiro in the samba, João da Baiana has enormous importance in the knowledge of the genre, having observed and influenced its passage from a collective folk creation towards the commercial metropolitan expression. He testified that this genre was created in the town, not really in the hillsides. …

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