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O.P. Nayyar

Celebrated as Asia’s “rhythm king,” O.P. Nayyar was among the leading composers of Bollywood’s fantastic age, enjoying an extended and prolific cooperation with superstar vocalist Asha Bhosle that yielded countless classics of Indian film music. Blessed January 16, 1926, in Lahore in pre-partition India, Omkar Prasad Nayyar produced his professional …

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Andrei Petrov

Russian composer Andrei Petrov was created on Sept 2, 1930, in Leningrad (now St. Petersburg). Upon his graduation in the Leningrad Conservatory in 1954, he continued to compose many instrumental parts (the symphonic poem “Radda and Loiko,” the ballets “The Place Professional,” and “The Shoreline of Wish.”) In the 1960s, …

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Peter Greenwell

Composer and pianist Peter Greenwell channeled the style and wit of his coach, Zeroël Coward, to emerge among the postwar generation’s foremost interpreters from the cabaret custom. Blessed in Warwickshire, Britain, on August 12, 1929, Greenwell started his theatrical profession as an professional, concurrently using his skills being a pianist …

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Henry Jackman

Though known simply by some for his producing, development, and writing function in the pop and digital realms, Henry Jackman is most beneficial referred to as a film composer to use it and animated features such as for example X-Men: HIGH GRADE, Big Hero 6, and Captain America: Civil Battle. …

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Eric Demarsan

Eric DeMarsan is among the best soundtrack composers and arrangers in France. Since producing his debut using the 1966 film Diapason, DeMarsan has truly gone on to use a few of France’s leading filmmakers. After furnishing preparations and orchestrations for Jean-Pierre Melville’s Chevaliers du Ciel and Samouri, he approved an …

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Gert Wilden

German conductor and composer Gert Wilden labored in semi-obscurity for some of his professional profession. He provided designs and incidental music for actually dozens of Western european films and Television shows from the middle-’50s through the ’80s, while hardly ever attaining the renown of contemporaries like Peter Thomas or Martin …

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I Compani

The Dutch jazz outfit I Compani — whose early lineup included bandleader Bo van de Graaf (soprano and tenor saxophone), Frank Nielander (alto sax), Wouter van Bemmel (trumpet, tuba), Jeroen Doomernik (trumpet), Jeroen Goldsteen (piano), Carel van Rijn (bass), and Fred van Duynhoven (drums) — received initial recognition in 1985, …

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Tompall & the Glaser Brothers

The three youngest from the six children of Louis and Marie Glaser, namely, Tompall (b. Thomas Paul Glaser, 3 Sept 1933), Chuck (b. Charles Vernon Glaser, 27 Feb 1936) and Jim Glaser (b. Adam Wilson Glaser, 16 Dec 1937), were blessed in Spalding, Nebraska, USA. These were raised within a …

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Dan Romer

Born in NY and located in LA, Dan Romer is a manufacturer, songwriter, and film composer known for his creation credits on chart-domineering pop strikes and score function for revered and acclaimed films. Romer started his profession in music creation when he graduated in 2004 in the Conservatory of Music’s …

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Humberto Araujo

Starting as a specialist in the ’80s, Humberto Araújo worked well as an arranger and instrumentalist for João Donato, Tim Maia, Jorge Ben Jor, Ivan Lins, Paralamas perform Sucesso, Elza Soares, Leny Andrade, Zé Ramalho, Carlos Lyra, Leila Pinheiro, Nelson Gonçalves, and Noca da Portela, amongst others. Like a composer, …

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