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Donald Erb

Digital music pioneer Donald Erb remains greatest remembered for 1965’s Reconnaissance, among the initial chamber compositions for live synthesizer and acoustic instruments. Blessed in Youngstown, OH on January 17, 1927, Erb performed trumpet in his senior high school dance music group prior to portion in the U.S. Navy during Globe …

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Claudio Carneyro

Carneyro studied with Lambert and afterwards with Bilewski on the Paris Conservatoire. He offered as a teacher on the Operto Conservatory and in addition proved helpful in the music research department from the nationwide broadcasting program. Carneyro uses well-known styles in his compositions, and they’re sometimes the complete basis for …

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Juan Crisóstomo Arriaga

The remarkable career of composer Juan Crisóstomo Arriaga, dubbed the “Spanish Mozart” by musicians from the later nineteenth century, was cut tragically short by his death simply ten times before his 20th birthday. Today his popularity rests as very much on outstanding potential since it will on his real result …

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Hieronymus Praetorius

Regarded the founder of seventeenth century German organ music, Hamburg church musician Hieronymus Praetorius was also a copyist and music editor, compiling important collections of monophonic German and Latin program music and German chorales. His very own taste being a composer, though, was for polychoral cathedral music, and he’s acknowledged …

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Edouard Lalo

Author of the favorite Symphonie espagnole for violin and orchestra, a function which captivates the listener using its melodic attraction and great interest, Lalo was a significant author of orchestral and chamber music at the same time when French music artists were dominated by an impulse to compose for the …

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Frances Williams

b. Frances Jellinek, 3 November 1901, St. Paul, Minnesota, USA, d. 27 January 1959, NEW YORK, NY, USA. Performing from child years, at age 16 Williams toured with an acrobatic troupe. Among her 20s displays were Innocent Eye (1924) and, using the Marx Brothers, The Cocoanuts (1925). Of the appearance …

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Gerald Gabinelli

b. USA, d. 27 January 1995, Summit, NJ, USA. THE BRAND NEW York-based engineer, manufacturer and songwriter Gerald Gabinelli started his profession with Bob Clearmountain at Mass media Audio Studios and Lot Bongiovi at the energy Station. He eventually spent a lot of his profession as key engineer at OD …

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Willie Hunter

In the liner notes of his final album, Departing Lerwick Harbor, documented weeks before his death in 1993, Shetland fiddler Willie Hunter was praised for his “unrivaled vitality and lyricisim”. In his early-sixties when he passed away, Hunter was a significant impact on such Scottish fiddlers as Aly Bain from …

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Brian Downey

Along with bassist/vocalist Phil Lynott, drummer Brian Downey was the just other person in Irish rockers Slim Lizzy to stay with the group right from the start before end. Blessed in Dublin, Ireland on January 27, 1951, Downey was raised in the close by city of Crumlin, where he inherited …

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Milt Raskin

A skillful golf swing pianist who thought we would spend a lot of his profession in the studios, Milt Raskin was a solid asset to many swing period big rings. He began on saxophone, turned to piano when he was 11 and researched at the brand new Britain Conservatory in …

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