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Richard I Coeur-de-lion

Richard We, lion-heart, was Ruler of Britain from 1189 to 1199. Though he didn’t make a thorough effect on musical development he has already established a direct effect on the annals of music. Decidedly a poet and a composer he was an associate of the troubadour family members. His grandfather, …

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Lucia Dlugoszewski

Lucia Dlugoszewski enjoyed an extended career like a nontraditional author of music for the dance, “underground” movies, as well as for theater productions utilizing devices of her own help to make. She also discovered new and exclusive methods to compose for founded devices. In this respect, Dlugoszewski offers sometimes been …

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Giuseppe Blanc

Blanc studied with Bolzoni in Turin. A author of operettas, tunes and dances, he’s known chiefly for his structure of the track that became the state Fascist hymn, =Giovinezza=.

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Tracy Wells

b. Valerie Patricia Joel, 11 Apr 1945, Carrickfergus, Co. Antrim, North Ireland. Wells 1st sang in the junior choir of her regional Joymont Church with school concert locations. At 17 she enlisted in the WRAF, in the beginning intending to adhere to a nursing profession but soon fulfilled her first …

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Henry Stuckey

b. 11 Apr 1897, Bentonia, Mississippi, USA, d. 9 March 1966, Jackson, Mississippi, USA. Stuckey is most beneficial referred to as the obvious originator of an area design of blues electric guitar playing and performing, mostly connected with Neglect Adam, also from Bentonia. He previously taught himself electric guitar in …

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Robert Halliday

b. 11 Apr 1893, Loch Lomond, Scotland, d. 31 Oct 1975, California, USA. A vocalist with a unique baritone tone of voice, Halliday loved some achievement in Scotland and in London, before shifting to the united states where he quickly discovered function in the chorus from the Rose Lady (1921), …

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Adele Dixon

b. Adela Helena Dixon, 3 June 1908, Newington, London, Britain, d. 11 Apr 1992, Wythenshawe, Greater Manchester, Britain. A versatile celebrity with a nice soprano voice who was simply equally in the home in dramatic tasks and musical comedies. Her cut figure, appealing red-brown locks, and commanding appearance also produced …

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Herbie Haymer

An excellent journeyman participant, Herbie Haymer was a secured asset to many big rings. He started playing alto when he was 15, switching to tenor five years later on. After dealing with the Carl Sears-Johnny Watson Music group, Haymer had short stints with Rudy Vallee and Charlie Barnet. Haymer was …

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David Banner

One half from the rap duo Crooked Lettaz, David Banner helped put Mississippi within the map in 1999. In 2000, he released his first single recording in Them Firewater Boyz, Vol. 1. Originally on Charges Records, he recognized quickly a New York-based record label simply didn’t learn how to deal …

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Lights

Lights initial cracked the Canadian graphs in-may 2008, when the debut solitary “Travel My Spirit” introduced her synthesis of youthful, sellable alt-rock and modern synth pop. Created in Apr 1987 in Timmins, Ontario, Valerie Poxleitner spent her child years touring alongside her missionary parents. She also used songwriting young, using …

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