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Tag Archives: 1940s – 1970s

Oliviero de Fabritiis

Conductor Oliviero de Fabritiis was most widely known for his interpretations from the primary Italian Intimate operatic repertoire. He examined on the conservatory in his indigenous Rome and produced his debut in 1920 at Rome’s Teatro Adriano. He briefly worked well at Salerno, after that was appointed creative secretary in …

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Tommy Watt

Even though commercial ascendance of rock and roll & move virtually eradicated traditional jazz from British radio, bandleader Tommy Watt was the exception towards the rule, having a mainstream profile elevated in large part because of the uniform brilliance of his crack supporting unit, highlighted by tenor saxophonist Tubby Hayes, …

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Arno Babadjanian

Babadjanyan studied in the Erevan Conservatory, the Moscow Conservatory, with the home of Armenian Lifestyle in Moscow in Litinsky. An excellent pianist, he was called a People’s Musician from the U.S.S.R. in 1971. His compositions are inspired by Khachaturian and Rachmaninov and so are within a virtuoso design with expressive …

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Carmen y Laura

This pioneering Tejano duo teamed sisters Carmen and Laura Hernández, born in 1921 and 1926, respectively, in Kingsville, TX. Even though siblings sang jointly throughout years as a child, their professional profession began only once Carmen’s hubby, Armando Marroquín, released the Four Superstar Records imprint from the family’s Alice, TX, …

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Hugh Le Caine

An inventor and composer, Hugh Le Caine spent his profession in the shadows. A laboratory rat, he pioneered many useful concepts in digital musical instruments during his years of just work at the Country wide Analysis Council of Canada (NRC). His Electronic Sackbut (1945) is currently named the first-ever voltage-controlled …

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Mario del Monaco

The stentorian dramatic tenor of Mario del Monaco was heard across the world through the 1950s and 1960s. While frequently berated by critics for his unsubtle vocal creation, del Monaco was a preferred of viewers who valued his power and sincerity of strategy while tackling the heaviest functions in the …

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Birgit Nilsson

The vocal talents of Birgit Nilsson were first recognized when she begun to sing in her church choir. She researched tone of voice with Ragnar Blennow in Bastad and later on in the Royal Music Academy Stockholm with Joseph Hislop and Arne Sunnegärdh. She produced her opera debut at Stockholm …

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Hilde Güden

Hilde Gueden (given birth to Hulda Geiringer) was among the amazing youthful Mozart/Strauss singers who emerged from Vienna soon after WWII and who dominated Mozart overall performance well in to the 1960s. Gueden’s substantial ease in the very best register destined her to sing the lighter tasks of Richard Strauss …

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Rae Pearl

In no way a favourite of spelling educators, vocalist Rae Harrison recorded “Git Wid It” and not just “Like Me” but “Me As well” in the first ’70s. The obscure songs are interesting not merely as throwbacks to a youthful style of documenting predating rock and roll & move but …

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Fred Jorge

The principal author of versions of Brazilian rock, composer Fred Jorge had his works recorded by important interpreters both abroad (Ornella Vanoni, Sacha Distel, Teddy Reno, Connie Francis) and in Brazil (Leny Eversong, Caubi Peixoto, Altemar Dutra, Carlos Gonzaga, Ronnie Von, Sérgio Reis, and Antônio Marcos). His 1st composition to …

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