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Jason Pierce

Vocalist, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Jason Pierce — aka J Spaceman — is a traveling pressure in forward-thinking, hypnotic music with Spacemen 3, Spiritualized, and by himself. Pierce founded Spacemen 3 in 1982 with Pete “Sonic Growth” Kember, and during the period of albums such as for example 1987’s AN IDEAL …

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Anúna

Irish composer and choral director Michael McGlynn shaped the chamber choir Anúna in Dublin in 1987 using the objective that it could unite the discipline of traditional choral singing using the unaffected spontaneity usual of Irish folk singing. Until 1991 the group was called an Uaithne, which originates from the …

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Anonymous 4

The feminine vocal quartet called Anonymous 4 is among the most widely used and respected little vocal groups focusing on early music. The group provides accomplished the elusive mix of reputation and respect through its exclusive blend of imagination and scholarly/traditional depth. The name Anonymous 4 originates from a scholarly …

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John Grimes

Engineer John Grimes got busy within the mid-’80s, sometimes functioning within a group for customers including Elvis Costello and Kate Bush. The person with the studio room tan shouldn’t be puzzled with performers of the same name like the traditional percussionist or the person blasting the trumpet licks on ’60s …

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Violeta Parra

Daughter of the music teacher along with a vocalist/guitarist, Violeta Parra was influenced by her parents since being truly a child. At age nine, the youthful girl started performing and playing acoustic guitar, quickly composing traditional Chilean music. After engaged and getting married to Luis Cereceda in 1952, the vocalist/songwriter …

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Barbara Hendricks

Barbara Hendricks is widely thought to be among the finest American lyric sopranos of her era, both on her behalf focus on the operatic stage and in the concert hall. She possesses a massive repertory in the world of German lieder and is well known on her behalf recitals of …

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Jamie James

Toronto-born singer/songwriter/guitarist Jamie James began playing guitar at age 13 and played out in Detroit-area rings, especially Bob Seger’s, in the first ’70s. After shifting to Southern California, Wayne created the rockabilly revival group the Kingbees in the past due ’70s. Once the group dissolved within the middle-’80s, Adam started …

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Lee Venora

Lee Venora was a favorite and attractive American soprano. She sang such operatic functions as Mimì, was most well-known on records like a participant in Leonard Bernstein’s Columbia documenting of Mahler’s Second Symphony, and sang and documented the lead functions in revivals from the musicals Kismet and Carousel at Lincoln …

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Nikolaus Harnoncourt

Perhaps no musician ever achieved such high accomplishment throughout such a wide span of repertory mainly because Nikolaus Harnoncourt. His 1st professional work was as cellist for the Vienna Symphony Orchestra. Nearly immediately, nevertheless, Harnoncourt wanted to focus on carrying out music of days gone by upon historically right tools; …

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Victor Goines

b. 6 August 1961, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. Learning clarinet from age eight, Goines started adding various associates from the saxophone family members to his instrumental arsenal while participating in senior high school. In 1980 he examined clarinet and saxophones at Loyola School, graduating in 1984. Quickly before graduation, he …

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