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Dickie Hawdon

Richard Hawdon was among the leading trumpeters to emerge through the fantastic age of Uk jazz, and remains most popular for his six-year tenure using the John Dankworth Orchestra. Created in Leeds on August 27, 1927, Hawdon 1st researched cello before shifting to trumpet in his mid-teens — after a …

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Nicolai Berezowsky

Berezowsky studied on the imperial chapel in St Petersburg and violin in Vienna with Robert Pollack. He shifted to the united states in 1922 and performed for THE BRAND NEW York PO. He became an American resident in 1928. His compositional design is an assortment of Russian folk designs, orchestration …

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Preacher Rollo

Rollo Laylan’s house environment went from crisply chilly to humidly hot during his life time; because they would state in his birthplace of Genoa, Wisconsin: “Don’t ya’ understand?” He finished up functioning at a Radio Shack in Florida, retired from a profession of traditional jazz drumming that appears to have …

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Julian Cheung

Through the early ’90s Julian Cheung surfaced to immediate success in Hong Kong like a singer and actor. Created in Hong Kong on August 27, 1971, he released his debut recording, Modern Love Tale, in 1991 within the label Fitto. A duet recording with Maple Hui Chau-Yi, Contemporary Love Tale …

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Pete Cassell

A blind nation minstrel content to execute on radio broadcasts instead of record his materials, Pete Cassell impressed many listeners along with his near-perfect pitch and self-taught musicianship. Blessed in Georgia on August 27, 1917, Cassell was blinded in his infancy, and received his education at particular academic institutions in …

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M’Pongo Love

Within a country which has until recently defined music being a male field of undertaking, M’Pongo Appreciate flourished using the appealing balladry she performed with band Tsheke Tsheke. A youth polio sufferer, she passed away in 1990 after an extended struggle with disease.

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Hans Leo Hassler

Hans Leo Hassler was one of many from the composers who brought Italian designs to Germany in the first seventeenth hundred years. His dad, Isaak Hassler, was a stonecutter and musician in Nuremberg; all three Hassler sons acquired music lessons off their dad and became music artists. Like a great …

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China

In 1923, Pixinguinha and his sibling China wrote the choro “Já Te Digo” for the carnival of 1926. Pixinguinha, by itself, composed the samba “Viva a Reação.” He performed the violão (classical guitar) as well as the piano and documented several records being a vocalist for Phoenix, including his modinhas …

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Josquin Des Prez

“Master from the records,” Martin Luther called him. To modern prelates, Josquin was an adornment worth a world-class courtroom; to music web publishers, his was the name that guaranteed sales; and various other composers stated his tutelage to boost their own picture. Josquin’s music is undoubtedly among the great treasures …

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Rebecca Clarke

Rebecca Thacher Clarke was a pioneering woman musician and author of the first twentieth hundred years. Her dad, Joseph Clarke (an American surviving in Britain), was a cruel home tyrant whose abusive behavior was a significant impact in his daughter’s existence. All Clarke children discovered to try out instruments expressly …

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