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Martin Boykan

Boykan studied at Harvard with Piston with Yale with Hindemith, and accepted a posture at Brandeis School in 1957. His compositions are within a serial design inspired by Stravinsky and Webern and so are noted because of their lengthy melodic lines. A lot of his functions are long parts for …

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William Elliott

b. 1879, Boston, Massachusetts, USA, d. 1 Dec 1931, NEW YORK, NY, USA. Early looks Elliott produced on Broadway in performing roles consist of That Man And I (1904), Beau Brummell as well as the Misanthrope (both 1905) and Charley’s Aunt (1906). He is at the musicals A Grand Military …

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Joe Cuba

Joe Cuba’s music job began with La Alfarona X in 1950. In 1955 the Joe Cuba Sextet happened and his vibraharp audio captured on. In 1962, when the group documented “TO BECOME with You” for Seeco Information, the band started to soar to recognition due to Nick Jimenez’s preparations as …

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Dick Garcia

Electric powered guitarist Dick Garcia taught himself the instrument at age 9 before ever taking any kind of lessons. He used Tony Scott’s quartet in 1950, after that worked before middle-’50s with Charlie Parker, George Shearing and Joe Roland. Garcia once again played and documented with Scott in 1955, also …

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Rusty Warren

Bawdy and risque, the comedy of Rusty Warren was daring and groundbreaking; mostly of the successful feminine performers within a business historically dominated by guys, Warren pressed the envelope additional by coping explicitly with sex, a taboo subject for just about any mainstream comic from the 1950s and ’60s irrespective …

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Jac Holzman

b. 15 Sept 1931, NEW YORK, NY, USA. Holzman, a tuned engineer, founded Elektra Information in 1950 and continued to be its guiding light over another 23 years. His label was renowned for traditional music, and early produces featured such performers as Jean Ritchie, Theodore Bikel, Ed McCurdy and Cynthia …

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Gloria Lynne

Gloria Lynne recorded many albums for Everest in her start, slipped away into obscurity, and within the 1990s enjoyed a resurgence. An excellent vocalist whose design falls between bop, 1950s middle-of-the-road pop, and early spirit, Lynne was generally capable of gaining a colorful present. Her mom was a gospel vocalist …

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Hal Linden

b. 20 March 1931, NEW YORK, NY, USA. An early on Broadway engagement was understudy to Sydney Chaplin in Bells Are Buzzing (1956). Through the long haul, Linden changed Chaplin, playing contrary the present’s superstar, Judy Holliday. In 1964 he performed in Something Even more!, which starred Barbara Make. The …

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Gil Melle

A genuine renaissance guy, Gil Melle began his career being a post-bop baritone saxophonist who also composed and painted, afterwards branching out right into a wide selection of artistic and scientific areas. He deserted jazz fairly in early stages in his profession, choosing to create several film and tv ratings …

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Manny Oquendo

Manny Oquendo began percussion studes in 1945 and gained drumming experience with the rings of Carlos Valero, Luis del Campo, Juan “Un Youngster” Torres, Jose Budet, Juanito Sanabria, Marcelino Guerra, Jose Curbelo and Pupi Campo before starting to be Tito Puente’s bongo participant in 1950. Four years afterwards Oquendo was …

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