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Franklin daFlauta

Franklin da Flauta started as a specialist musician in the ’60s; witnessing the results from the bossa nova motion, he participated in the first documenting of “Águas de Março” with Tom Jobim. Like a sideman and program musician, he spent some time working with Baden Powell, Dom Salvador, Chico Buarque, …

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Big Eye Louis Nelson

Among the early pioneers of jazz, Big Eyesight Louis Nelson (zero regards to trombonist Louis Nelson, although they sometimes played jointly) was an early on motivation for Johnny Dodds and Jimmie Noone and was for an interval the instructor of Sidney Bechet. Delivered Louis Nelson DeLisle — he ultimately lowered …

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Leno

The smart Leno, in the dawn from the Jovem Guarda, when the Beatles’ sound was the craze amongst Brazilian youngsters, would import the albums from the British group and make Brazilian Portuguese versions on their behalf even prior to the original records found its way to Brazil, just like the …

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Tanec Ensemble

The just professional folklore ensemble in Macedonia, the Tanec Outfit focus on the preservation of traditional Macedonian music, dance, and costuming. Founded by the federal government from the People’s Republic of Macedonia in 1949, the group provides distributed their musical traditions with audiences all over the world for over fifty …

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Sandy Byer

Although much less musically prolific mainly because her peers, Sandy Byer has however been a force in contemporary children’s music and storytelling since its folk origins times. Byer’s children’s music column in Sing Out journal and her prominent assistance in Mariposa in the Universities as well as the Children’s Music …

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Sery Simplice

Simplice learned acoustic guitar as a kid, moving to Abidjan in 1966. He became a member of up with Pierre Amedee, and both tried to mix rumba music with folklore. Later on, in the middle-’70s, he and Ernesto Djedje produced the ziglibithy design, which was among the 1st natively created …

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Carson Kievman

Examined with Earle Dark brown, Olivier Messiaen, and Adam Tenney. MFA from CAL Arts. Fellowships at Tanglewood, the MacDowell Colony, Eugene O’Neill Music Movie theater, and in Darmstadt, Germany. Lecturer at Darmstadt with colleges in South Florida and NY. Music for Joseph Papp’s NY Shakespeare Festival (1978-79, 1987-91). Many commissions …

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Jay Cloidt

Humor may be the key towards the technically sophisticated audio sculptures of Omaha-born and San Francisco-based Jay Cloidt. Splicing jointly digitally sampled deconstructions of traditional and pop sources, Cloidt creates parts which have provoked evaluations with Spike Jones, Charles Ives, Igor Stravinsky, and P.D.Q. Bach. His compositions have already been …

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Judith Shatin

A well-respected composer employed in many music genres, Judith Shatin Allen is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Douglass University, and a receiver of the M.M. from Juilliard College and a Ph.D. from Princeton. Among her honours are two NEA Composer Fellowships, a Chamber Opera Commission payment through the Ash …

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Jill Kroesen

Performer and article writer Jill Kroesen hasn’t only participated in several rock rings and avant-garde productions, but in addition has produced primary music theater functions and written for separate magazines. In the middle-’70s, after gaining her M.F.A. at Mills University (where she examined with Terry Riley and Robert Ashley), Kroesen …

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