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Sérgio Bittencourt

The son of Jacob do Bandolim, Sérgio Bittencourt was a journalist by profession, but wrote successes of Brazilian popular music (and would definitely have left other important songs had he not passed away so precociously), like the wonderful “Modinha,” winner from the 1968 O Brasil Canta o Rio Festival, interpreted …

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Oskar Fried

Oskar Fried was a significant German conductor in the pre-war many years of the twentieth hundred years and a author of considerable interest. Although he afterwards stated he was from an unhealthy family, Fried went to at the very top boarding college whose headmaster employed out his learners as town …

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Howard Johnson

Songwriter Howard Johnson was in charge of plenty of hits between your ’20s and ’40s. Although it is normally hard to trust that glaciers cream would want any promotion, evidently the popularity from the iced concoction received many scoops worth of the increase from a Johnson ditty known in a …

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Noel Guarany

Violão (guitar) participant and folklore researcher Noel Guarany strove to conserve the musical root base of his area on his albums. Getting from São Luiz Gonzaga, among the seven metropolitan areas from the Seven Individuals from the Missions, his function is specialized in the influences from the Missions and of …

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Derek Mahon

Derek Mahon, among the main poets of Ireland, has written greater than a dozen amounts of poetry. While enrolled at Dublin’s Trinity University, he received the Eric Gregory Prize and also earned a Lannan Literary Prize. Among the various other honors he provides received will be the American Ireland Finance …

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Lumingu Puati

Puati’s profession began in 1960 when he joined Orchestre Rock-En-Jazz being a bassist. In 1962, he still left for Orchestre Mickey Mickey, and in 1965 hopped to Dr. Nico’s African Fiesta. He documented a small single output in the first ’70s and attempted an ill-received return in 1987.

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Dudley Callicutt

Don’t assume all rockabilly singer was destined for story, or even acknowledgement in his own period — but at least several who began that method in the past due ’50s were able to stay static in music, as well as to create lifelong careers away of music, if definitely not …

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Juma Maulidi

Maulidi was raised around taraab music artists, forming his own group in 1960. Points did not proceed well, and he forgotten music for quite some time, coming back in 1971 and becoming a member of Zein Musical Party. He and key pad participant Mohammed Adio Shigoo remaining in 1972 to …

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Gunilla von Bahr

A ubiquitous flutist at the start from the digital age because of her many LPs and CDs for BIS, Gunilla von Bahr found her recording profession wane after her divorce from Robert von Bahr, who ran that label. Gunilla in no way retired, though; she continuing to execute and elevated …

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Collegiate Chorale

The Collegiate Chorale has remained among America’s finest permanent choirs since its founding in 1941. Robert Shaw, America’s ideal choral movie director and among the finest in music background, had unexpectedly discovered his accurate vocation in music at Pomona University when, being a freshman pupil headed towards ministry, he was …

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