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Tag Archives: 1960s – 2010s

Lasse Stefanz

Using a career spanning five decades, Swedish dansband Lasse Stefanz play music within a country style. Perhaps one of the most well-known dansbands of its period, the group broke to mainstream achievement in 1982 using the strike one “Oh Julie” and continued to be reliably well-known in the years thereafter, …

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Jaime Laredo

Jaime Eduardo Laredo con Unzueta quickly became among the world’s most significant violinists in the 1960s, known for his single and chamber music shows and his organizational management. He has made an appearance with over 100 orchestras in the Americas and European countries and has produced a large number of …

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William Christie

Long a respected figure in the first music performance movement, William Christie continues to be specifically influential in repairing opera and People from france music with their rightful spots in the Baroque repertory. He’s the harpsichordist and innovator from the ensemble Les Arts Florissants. Christie was created in Buffalo, NY, …

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Nash Ensemble

London-based Nash Ensemble is definitely a chamber orchestra comprising 11 regular users, though their number may differ widely based on the work performed. The group’s repertory is definitely broad, but mementos modern functions by British composers like Lennox Berkeley, Harrison Birtwistle, Wayne MacMillan, and Mark-Anthony Turnage. It performs the majority …

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Valentin Silvestrov

“Music continues to be music, even if 1 cannot literally sing it: it isn’t a philosophy, not really a world-view. It really is, most importantly, a chant, a music the globe sings about itself, it’s the musical testimony alive.” — Valentin Silvestrov It isn’t whatsoever hard to listen to the …

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Hi Rhythm Section

Hi Information producer Willie Mitchell constructed his vaunted home rhythm section around 3 talented Hodges brothers through the past due ’60s: guitarist Mabon (nicknamed “Teenie”), bassist Leroy, and organist Charles. With drummer Howard Grimes (and on a few of Al Green’s edges, MG’s trapsman Al Jackson Jr.) rounding out the …

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Colin Wilkie

The folk revival from the 1960s found Germany through the playing of British-born singer/songwriter Colin Wilkie and his guitarist/vocalist wife Shirley Hart. The author of hundreds of tracks and tales, Wilkie spent 11 years as resident songwriter for SWF display Tellekolleg and seven years as web host of his very …

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Jack Landron

Acting professional and musician Juan Candido Washington Landron was created in 1938 in Puerto Rico but was raised in the Boston, Massachusetts community of Roxbury. While going to Boston’s Emerson University (like a theatre arts main), he started singing in the neighborhood coffeehouses beneath the name Jackie Washington, quickly creating …

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Ndombe Opetum

Affectionately referred to as “Pepe,” Ndombe Opetum have been lead vocalist of Afrisa International when he and horn player Empopo Loway were invited to become listed on Franco’s band, TPOK Jazz. Opetum produced his impact experienced almost immediately. Furthermore to successfully changing important vocalist Sam Mangwana, he made up two …

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Liesbeth List

Born on Dec 12, 1941 in Bandoeng, Dutch East Indies, Dutch vocalist, popular stage celebrity, and television character Elisabeth Dorathea List, better referred to as Liesbeth List, became popular through the 1960s on her behalf collaborations with fellow vocalist/professional/countryman Ramses Shaffy, aswell for her Dutch translations of Jacques Brel’s chansons.

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