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Tag Archives: 1950s – 1980s

Merle Koch

Arriving at jazz only after he previously already been carrying out professionally for a lot more than 2 decades, Merle Koch shows great technique and a stylistic array that might be well known by any jazzman. The mainstream jazz and Dixieland stylings of clarinetist Pete Fountain had been where Koch …

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Bill Harris

A guitarist who spent at least 2 decades on the highway with tempo & blues vocal group the Clovers, Expenses “Willie” Harris had a thick background in bebop and golf swing acoustic guitar aswell as gospel. The last mentioned design was at his fingertips also before he uncovered guitarists such …

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Luigi Nono

Luigi Nono achieved prominence after Globe War II mainly because an uncompromising modernist wanting to revolutionize music in European countries. Along with fellow Italians Luciano Berio and Bruno Maderna, Nono went to the important Darmstadt Summer Programs and became connected with additional young modernists such as for example Pierre Boulez …

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Jean Bosco Mweda

A pioneer of African finger-style classical guitar performing, Jean Bosco Mwenda recorded a lot more than 150 tunes between 1952 and 1962. Although he retreated through the documenting studio for greater than a one fourth of a hundred years, his come back in 1988 demonstrated that he previously continued to …

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Jacques Castérède

Ensembleérède studied piano, evaluation, and composition on the Paris Conservatoire. After earning the Prix de Rome in 1953, he came back towards the Conservatoire being a instructor of solfège and afterwards served being a teacher of etudes and evaluation. His ballet But (1959) was created on the Paris Opéra and …

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Wee Willie Harris

In the initial wave of rock and roll & roll, Britain could only offer pale Elvis imitations or ancient pop singers masquerading therefore. One exception towards the guideline was Wee Willie Harris. Dying his locks all types of colours and putting on larger-than-life stage coats that appeared as if the …

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Sylvano Bussotti

Bussotti was a gifted kid musician and entered the Florence Conservatory in 1940. He still left four years afterwards to pursue 3rd party study in structure and was inspired by Deutsch, Metzger, Boulez, and Cage, amongst others. His music participates in and in addition criticizes the decadence of modernism. He …

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The Spinners

Simply no, these Spinners aren’t Philippe Wynne and firm out of Philadelphia, but a Liverpool-based folk quartet produced simply by Mick Groves, Hugh Jones, Cliff Hall, and Tony Davis in the cellar of a cafe through the early ’60s. Playing acoustic guitars and tin whistle, they customized in traditional folk …

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John Sangster

b. 17 November 1928, Melbourne, Australia, d. 26 Oct 1995, Brisbane, Australia. Sangster began playing the trombone but turned to trumpet when he made an appearance in trad rings in 1948. In 1950, he discovered plenty of about drumming to have the ability to tour abroad with Graeme Bell’s music …

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Harold Fielding

b. 4 Dec 1916, Woking, Surrey, Britain, d. 27 Sept 2003, Surrey, Britain. A leading maker of stage musicals through the 50s to the 80s, Fielding offers shown, or co-presented, a number of the Western End’s favourite displays. When he was a decade older he resisted parental pressure to try …

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