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Jack Shilkret

b. 13 Oct 1896, NY, USA, d. 16 June 1964, NY, USA. Younger sibling of Nat Shilkret, Jack port was a pianist and dance music group innovator in the 20s and 30s. He done the radio display Bond Breads Tea Store with Julia Sanderson and Frank Crumit, published the music …

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Aaron Avshalomov

Avshalomov received his education on the Zurich Conservatory. In 1914 he transferred to China and started his research of native Chinese language music. This research prompted him to include Chinese topics and designs into his function. The operas =Kuan Yin= and =The Great Wall structure= are types of his compositions …

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Jonny King

An excellent pianist who’s quite literate (as well as wrote What Jazz Is, a reserve in jazz that centered on the Teen Lions), Jonny Ruler has strong prospect of the near future. He began playing piano when he was nine (Earl Hines and Teddy Wilson had been early affects) and …

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Clarence Williams

Although he was quite spirited taking part in jug, Clarence Williams was only a good pianist and a likable but limited vocalist. Nevertheless, he was also a talented composer, composing or co-writing dozens, of unforgettable music like “Royal Backyard Blues,” “MANY PEOPLE REALLY LIKE My Baby,” “Western world End Blues,” …

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The Left Banke

Based in NY, the Still left Banke pioneered “baroque & move” in the ’60s with a variety of pop/rock and roll and grand, quasi-classical arrangements and melodies. Featuring teenage prodigy Michael Dark brown as keyboardist and key songwriter, the group have scored two quick strikes with “LEAVE Renee” (amount five) …

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Edgard Varèse

Despite his output of only slightly greater than a dozen compositions, Edgard Varèse is undoubtedly perhaps one of the most influential musicians from the twentieth century. His idea of “arranged sound” resulted in many tests in type and structure. He was continuously searching for brand-new sound resources (functioning throughout his …

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Tito Schipa

Tito Schipa’s recordings record the career of 1 of the very most important lyric tenors from the twentieth hundred years. His light, lyric tone of voice, while smaller sized than most operatic tenors, was therefore well produced it transported to the trunk of even the biggest theaters, and he was …

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Willie Dennis

Among the steadiest jazz trombonists ever, and severely underrecorded seeing that soloist, Willie Dennis was very liquid and even, and totally knowledgeable of trombone restrictions and ways to get around them through lip and glide movements. Through the ’40s, Dennis proved helpful within the big rings of Elliot Lawrence, Claude …

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Harry Tierney

b. Harry Austin Tierney, 21 Might 1890, Perth Amboy, NJ, USA, d. 22 March 1965, NY, USA. A favorite composer for the Broadway musical stage through the 20s, Tierney designed to research traditional music, and went to the Virgil College of Music in NY. After touring the united states along …

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Harry Reser

When comes up pre-bop banjoists, it really is of solely rhythmic players whose chordal solos differ small from what they play during ensembles. Harry Reser nevertheless was a lot different, a superb virtuoso who was simply arguably the best possible banjoist from the 1920’s. Much less an improviser when compared …

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