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Tag Archives: 1950s – 1990s

Big Voice Jack Lerole

A highlight from the Dave Matthews Band’s concert at Giants Stadium, through the summertime of 1998, was visitor pennywhistle participant, Big Voice Jack port Lerole (delivered: Aaron Jack port Lerole). Although a reporter for Newsweek raved that, “the group brought a South African pennywhistle participant onstage and seamlessly supported him …

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Henri Chopin

Henri Chopin?s name is barely recognized to most people, yet he was an integral shape in the People from france avant-garde from the fifties and sixties. His poesie sonore or audio poetry, using multi-layered vocals and tape recorder, proceeded to go significantly beyond spoken-word, as the vocal element can be …

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Teresa Stich-Randall

While American-born sopranos have already been making waves because the times of Lillian Nordica in the first 1900s, West Hartford, CN, local Teresa Stich-Randall might have been the first American soprano whose recognition overseas outstripped her reputation in the home. Stich-Randall researched voice in the Hartt College of Music, Columbia …

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Heinz Wallberg

Heinz Wallberg was a well-known conductor in Germany and Austria. As a kid he examined trumpet, violin, and piano. He examined in the conservatories of Dortmund and Cologne. After graduation, he was recognized as both a violinist and trumpeter in the Cologne and Darmstadt orchestra. Choosing to become conductor, he …

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Warren Smith

This tasteful and disciplined NY based drummer and percussionist includes a long history of pitching in on various masterworks, in the recordings of soul queen Aretha Franklin towards the avant-garde saxophone maverick and fascinating composer Sam Rivers. Warren Smith in addition has been a longtime person in among the great …

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Antonio de Almeida

Created in Paris for an American mom and a Portuguese aristocrat dad, Antonio de Almeida retained People from france citizenship throughout his existence and identified most closely with People from france culture. Like a musicologist, he was the twentieth century’s leading professional within the music of Jacques Offenbach. Like a …

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Simon ‘Mahalthini’ Nkabinde

The comeback of South African vocalist Simon “Mahalthini” Nkabinde and his group the Mahotella Queens was among the success stories from the past due ’80s and early ’90s. Although that they had been among South Africa’s most well-known works in the 1960s, Mahalthini as well as the Mahotella Queens hadn’t …

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Václav Neumann

The career of Czech conductor Václav Neumann was closely linked with the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, that he served as chief conductor during three split tenures, totaling 25 years, starting in 1948 and ending in 1993. He also garnered various other important podium tasks, including key conductor from the Gewandhausorchester Leipzig …

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Dick Charlesworth

Clarinetist and saxophonist Dick Charlesworth remains to be perhaps one of the most popular and enduring exponents of the original jazz renaissance that captivated United kingdom viewers in the pre-Beatles period. Blessed in Sheffield on January 8, 1932, Charlesworth arrived a job being a clerk using the Ministry of Labour …

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Queen City Jazz Band

The Queen Town Jazz Band continues to be among the longest-running active American dixieland-oriented bands of days gone by 40 years. They started having a weekend gig at a little roadhouse near Denver in 1958 and after that offers made an appearance at a many festivals, night clubs and on …

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