Home / Tag Archives: International (page 30)

Tag Archives: International

Nilton Campolino

Among the founders from the Velha-Guarda (previous guard) from the Império Serrano samba college, Nilton Campolino was among the earliest associates of Império Serrano as well as the last member alive from the Velha Guarda da Império Serrano. His compositions had been recorded by famous brands Xangô da Mangueira (his …

Read More »

Luís Perrone

Dad of Luciano Perrone and referred to as the father from the Brazilian drums, Luís Perrone was a renowned conductor and trombonist. In his orchestras worked well Heitor Villa-Lobos himself, among additional famous music artists. In his brief life, Perrone produced important efforts to the annals of silent films in …

Read More »

Nelson Alves

Cavaquinho participant Nelson Alves played in the Grupo de Chiquinha Gonzaga with Tute and Antônio Mariz dos Passos. He was among the founding associates of Oito Batutas in 1919. Alves also performed on Pixinguinha’s early recordings and was an associate from the Guarda Velha group.

Read More »

Steindor Andersen

Steindor Andersen is among a very couple of remaining experts of rimur (a kind of Icelandic epic tune and chant). Delivered in 1954, he got a comparatively early liking towards the poetry which the chanting is situated, which resulted in a account in IDUNN, a culture specialized in the preservation …

Read More »

Dave & Toni Arthur

Dave & Toni Arthur were a triple-threat music duo for a lot of the 1960s and ’70s. However they began not really much as music artists — although these were that — as academics and folk scholars. Toni got studied in the Royal Academy of Music from age group nine …

Read More »

A.B. Quintanilla y los Kumbia Kings

Abraham Quintanilla III remained in the forefront of Latin pop for a long time at a time, primarily like a maker with an extended background, but also while the sibling of Selena, while popular songwriter, so that as a polarizing troublemaker. His documenting career started alongside that of his iconic …

Read More »

Bod Guibert

Unlike most Antilles artists from the zouk era which have basically copied Zairian soukous, creating a not overly interesting sound I’ve dubbed “zoukous,” Guibert has were able to generate quality zouk merging equal levels of both African and Antillais. The initial sound captured on his albums provides produced them collector’s …

Read More »

Benjamin Escoriza

Though artistically energetic both before and after, it had been Benjamin Escoriza’s time spent as lead singer and songwriter for the landmark group Radio Tarifa that introduced him towards the world music audience. Delivered in Granada and elevated in the center from the Roma community in Spain, Escoriza was weaned …

Read More »

Tita Lima

Vocalist and composer Tita Lima was raised in a music family members in Brazil. Her grandmother mentored her on piano, and she afterwards discovered bass from her dad, a veteran from the ’70s period Brazilian rock-band Operating-system Mutantes. As Lima became even more efficient on bass, she started playing with …

Read More »

Johnny Doran

Johnny Doran was probably one of the most influential of Ireland’s great pipers. The grandson of venturing piper John Money and his wife, Polly Connors, a stepdancer, Doran journeyed by horse-drawn caravan to talk about his like of traditional Irish music and his virtuosity within the uillean pipes through the …

Read More »