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Jean-Pierre Rampal

Jean-Pierre Rampal was among history’s very best flute players, and being among the most documented classical artists ever. His dad was the 1st flutist from the Marseilles Symphony Orchestra and was teacher of flute in the Conservatory there. Although his dad taught him to try out the flute, he didn’t …

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Earl Lindo

b. Earl Wilberforce Lindo, 7 January 1953, Kingston, Jamaica. Lindo started his musical tuition in the Excelsior SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL playing traditional piano and bass, and he started hearing the jazz noises of Lee Dorsey and Jimmy Smith. His preliminary foray in to the reggae market arrived when he performed …

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Kenny Davern

Described in THE BRAND NEW York Situations as “the best possible clarinetist playing today” in the 1990s, that high compliment wasn’t remote the mark, since it put on Kenny Davern in the autumn of his life, on the top of his power. Contact him a jazz purist, a good snob, …

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Babe Clarke

Arthur “Babe” Clarke (alternately spelled “Clark”) found his nickname from getting the youngest person in the Clarke category of Birmingham, AL. He researched music in the Fess Whatley college in that town, but without doubt picked up a lot more of his understanding from his family members, the majority of …

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Shusha

b. Shusha Guppy, 7 January 1940, Teheran, Iran. This songwriter, vocalist and writer emigrated to France at age 16, and was informed in the Sorbonne in Paris, learning Oriental Dialects and Beliefs. Having wedded an English writer through the 60s, she relocated to London. Although she experienced trained and analyzed …

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Günter Wand

Conductor Günter Wand was among a small number of musicians who have been working before Globe Battle II and whose profession remained viable by the end from the twentieth hundred years. As opposed to the very best known of his peers, Sir Georg Solti and Rafael Kubelik, he was the …

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Henry “Red” Allen

Among the last fun new Orleans trumpeters to emerge through the post-Louis Armstrong period, Henry “Crimson” Allen is definitely overshadowed by Satch and his successors but actually had a brand new new strategy of his own to provide. Allen sounded contemporary no real matter what the placing as well as …

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DJ Ötzi

Few Austrians have made as a lot of a stir within the pop music world as DJ ?-tzi, in any other case referred to as Gerry Friedle. The bleached blond from Tyrol became a feeling in past due 2001 by turning traditional party music into dance monitors, winning plenty of …

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Buck Ryan

He might use his device to summon pictures of both a “Nervous Break down” or even a “Nightingale Waltz”, and actually these are actually the game titles of two of Buck Ryan’s basic singles for Mercury, lower when that label continued a bluegrass binge in the later ’50s. To get …

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Al Bowlly

Typically the most popular vocalist in Britain through the 1930s, Al Bowlly showcased a variety of materials unsurpassed by any contemporary apart from Bing Crosby. He was also a genuine international recording designer: given birth to in Mozambique to Greek and Lebanese parents, he grew up in Johannesburg, but obtained …

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