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Connie Kaldor

Among Canada’s leading modern folk performers, Connie Kaldor uses her present for songwriting and executing to share an array of feelings. While her knack for composing humorous songs influenced one reviewer to contact her a mix between Woody Allen and Woody Guthrie, Kaldor continues to be similarly effective reflecting on …

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Kidz Bop Kids

Razor & Tie’s Kidz Bop group of singalong choices debuted in 2001. Known for his or her “kid-friendly” variations of strike singles which are re-recorded by program musicians and performers as well as the Kidz Bop Children, a chorus of kid performers, the compilations became favored by families who needed …

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Oliver von Dohnanyi

Oliver von Dohnanyi studied performing with Václav Neumann in the Academy of Music Arts in Prague, and later on with Otmar Suitner in the Hochschule für Musik in Vienna. In 1979, he produced his debut using the Bratislava Radio Symphony Orchestra. Through the entire 1980s, he was carefully connected with …

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Walter Babiak

Canadian-based conductor Walter Babiak is really a most widely known for his recordings using the Studio Arts Orchestra for the Traditional Kids group of cds (including such well-known releases as Beethoven Lives Upstairs and Mozart’s Magic Fantasy). He also led the Toronto Philharmonia in the educational disk Peter Ustinov Reads …

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The Chipmunks

Possibly the most widely used TV and musical cartoon ever, the Chipmunks enjoyed several periods of prosperity — you start with the ’60s era of adolescent SENIORS, cresting within the ’80s, once the Boomers’ children were we were young, and riding the wave very clear into the fresh millennium. The …

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Orchestra of St. Luke’s

Among the best-known chamber orchestras in the us, the Orchestra of St. Luke’s was structured in the summertime of 1979 to execute in the Caramoor International Music Event in Katonah, NY. The orchestra grew from the St. Luke’s Chamber Outfit, which was created in 1974 to try out concerts in …

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Bill Harley

Bill Harley continues to be called “the Tag Twain of modern children’s music,” as well as the evaluation is apt. Harley’s music and stories trim to the center of everyday activity with a wide charm. Although he runs on the wide variety of styles in his music, from reggae to …

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Bob King

A local of Ontario, Canada, Bob Ruler was raised within the Ottawa Valley, a little-known “down north” middle of nation music and hillbilly tradition. Ruler arrived close (without quite being successful) to breaking in to the American marketplace and achieving long lasting popularity beyond the confines of rural Ontario. He …

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Bernard Cribbins

b. 29 Dec 1928, Oldham, Lancashire, Britain. Cribbins became an professional in his early teenagers as an associate of an area repertory business. By enough time he was in his twenties he was set up in London, showing up regularly in the stage. Through the past due 50s he started …

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Agustín Anievas

Agustín Anievas (given birth to 1934) can be an American pianist who studied with Olga Samaroff and Edward Steurmann in Juilliard; he produced his debut at age group 18. He shows at Brooklyn University, CUNY, and it has recorded thoroughly for EMI.

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