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Paul Agnew

Known as from the world’s main performers of Baroque music , tenor and countertenor Paul Agnew can be an exceptionally prolific and flexible singer whose credits read such as a survey of Traditional western music, from the center Ages to contemporary times. Delivered in Glasgow in 1964, Agnew researched music …

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The Nashville Tribute Band

Nashville songwriter and record maker Jason Deere regularly invites a revolving solid of music artists termed the Nashville Tribute Music group to aid him in trips and album tasks, many of that have a Christian and religious perspective. The music group was officially created by Deere and Dan Truman, the …

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Thyrfing

Tortured adolescent Jeff Tword of Reed Town, MI, founded lo-fi dark metal group Thyrfing following reading Norse mythology in senior high school and hearing of another group called Thyrfing away of north Europe. Being truly a big enthusiast of dwarves and cursed swords, he believed it a fantastic fit and …

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Peter Corry

A longtime performer in the music theater circuit in North Ireland, Britain, and elements of European countries, Peter Corry produced a name for himself in the part of Inspector Javert in the hit Western End creation (and the next U.K. tour) of Les Miserables. Created Peter Andrew Corry in 1966 …

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John W. Peterson

John W. Peterson was probably one of the most prolific gospel composers from the 20th hundred years, authoring such modern Christian classics as “It Took a Wonder,” “On the Sunset Mountains,” and “Therefore Send I You.” Given birth to November 1, 1921, in Lindsborg, KS, Peterson offered as an Air …

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Richard Jones

It might be an individual credit for anatomist within an overcrowded mob of performers using the same name, but Richard Jones could be pleased with it: the record of Xmas music he made up of Billy McLaughlin in 1994 has subsequently undergone five additional pressings on the bequest of a …

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Vince Vance & the Valiants

The act behind the sentimental, evergreen vacation favorite “All I’D LIKE for Christmas Is You,” Vince Vance & the Valiants kicked off their career on the far side of the spectrum, climbing the charts in the first ’80s using the novelty number, and Iran hostage crisis answer song, “Bomb Iran.” …

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Voice Male

Voice Man started performing in nov 1994 being a nine-man clothing, all members in onetime or another in the brand new Horizons Choir on the Logan LDS Institute of Religious beliefs next to Utah Condition University. In nov 1996 they wound right down to six and trimmed down the gigs …

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The Sixteen

United kingdom conductor Harry Christophers (given birth to 1953) founded the choral ensemble named The 16 in 1977. The director’s eyesight through the outset foresaw the musical repertories that they would become best-known: early British polyphony, additional repertories from the Western Renaissance, aswell as choral functions from the twentieth hundred …

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Orchestre Symphonique de Québec

Orchestre Symphonique de Québec is among Canada’s oldest & most respected functioning orchestras. Founded in 1902 as the Société Symphonique de Québec, the orchestra consolidated using the Cercle Philharmonique de Québec in 1942, of which period it transformed its name to Orchestre Symphonique de Québec. The orchestra has already established …

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