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Andrzej Korzynski

Delivered on March 20, 1940 in Warsaw, Poland, the composer Andrzej Korzynski‘s music career started in earnest when he graduated through the Academy of Public Music in 1964. Students of Teacher Kazimierz Sikorski, he researched composition and performing. Together with Matthew Swiecickim as well as the Witold Borderline, he shaped …

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Trauffer

After fronting popular Bernese band Airbäg from 1997 to 2005, Swiss volksmusik singer Marc Trauffer released a solo career in 2008 using the release of his debut album, Pallanza. His catchy, upbeat undertake alpine folk and rock and roll found great achievement with subsequent produces like 2010’s Dr Heimat z’lieb, …

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Fantasy

German schlager duo Illusion includes Freddy März and Martin Marcell, who met in the past due ’90s if they were getting started as solo music artists and shared the same administration and manufacturer. After performing many encores jointly at displays where they both made an appearance as solo serves, they …

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Adagio

Shaped in 2005, Hungarian vocal trio Adagio (Balczó Peter, Homonnay Zsolt, and Nagy Sándor) mix traditional elements with some classical crossover. Their 2007 record, Erintes, cracked the very best Five within their home country’s graph that year.

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De Randfichten

Johanngeorgenstadt, Saxony-based volksmusik (traditional German Alpine music) trio De Randfichten shaped in 1992 throughout the abilities of Thomas “Rups” Unger, Michael “Michl” Rostig, and (afterwards) Thomas “Lauti” Lauterbach. Initial called Primary Arzgebirgische Randfichten, the music group transformed its name to its current incarnation upon the discharge of Perform Pfeift dr …

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Bernd Begemann

German alternate pop singer/songwriter and guitarist Bernd Begemann was created in 1963 and adopted half a year later from the Begemann family members. By his teenagers he had dropped under the immediate draw of punk rock and roll. Shifting to Hamburg at age 20, Begemann became a member of Die …

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Die Ladiner

The proud recipients from the 2004 Grand Prix der Volksmusik, Pass away Ladiner, who frequently bill themselves as Pass away Superstars der Volksmusik, certainly are a German volksmusik duo from Val Gardena, Südtirol (South Tyrol). An autonomous province of Italy close to the Austrian boundary, Südtirol houses the Dolomite area …

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Monika Martin

Recognized to her fans as Der Stille Star (we.e., the Silent Celebrity), Monika Martin can be an Austrian schlager vocalist with an extended history of hitmaking, heading completely back again to her 1996 debut solitary, “La Luna Blu.” Though generally categorized as schlager, she may also be regarded as among …

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Die Jungen Zillertaler

An eclectic folk music music group Young Zillertal hail from Strass im Zillertal, Austria, this trio includes Tag Unterladstätter, vocals and bass, Daniel Prantl, electric guitar and vocals and Michael Ringler, accordion and vocals. The group provides released many albums you start with Solid Idols in 1997. They also have …

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Die Amigos

Brothers Bernd and Karl-Heinz Ulrich were given birth to into a category of modest means. non-etheless, their parents captured on rapidly with their two sons’ dedication to music, and provided the required support. Though devices were expensive, a acoustic guitar for Karl-Heinz and drum arranged for younger Bernd would show …

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