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Giovanni Maria Nanino

Nanino was probably students of Palestrina when Palestrina was in St. Maria Maggiore in the 1560s. He offered as choirmaster at St. Luigi dei Francesi in the late 1560s and in addition was an associate from the papal choir. Nanino was a gifted instructor who trained the youngster sopranos from …

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Geraldine Farrar

Farrar was among the early superstars from the Metropolitan Opera, having a glamorous tone of voice richly matched by her physical existence, and her insistence that she had not been a vocalist but a performing celebrity. Her recordings had been widely well-known, and she also produced many silent films, like …

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Stacy Guess

A trumpeter and guitarist using a succession of NEW YORK bands, Stacy Think never quite produced a national discovery. Actually, he was trashed of his best-known music group, the Squirrel Nut Zippers, right before they strike pay dirt using their second recording. However, Think was precious for the Chapel Hill …

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Henry Cowell

Of all early twentieth hundred years American music revolutionaries, perhaps composer Henry Cowell wielded probably the most vivid and far-reaching influence. Given birth to in 1897 to a rural California family members, Cowell started to research the violin at age group five, though his parents’ expectations of fabricating a prodigy …

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Ike Carpenter

The big music group of Ike Carpenter was intensely influenced with the sound and design of Duke Ellington, even recording a cover version of this band’s signature tune, “Take the ‘A’ Train,” and also other materials heavily from the Duke, such as for example his son Mercer Ellington’s nostalgic composition …

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Basil Coetzee

Blessed in Cape Town’s notorious Area 6, Basil Coetzee worked his method up to acknowledgement as an integral player with Money Brand (later on to be Abdullah Ibrahim), with Mannenberg (named following the area to which Coetzee’s family members was forcibly removed by the federal government), and getting internationally known …

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Carl Ruggles

Carl Ruggles was created to a fresh England farming family members and received his 1st musical training from his mom, who died when he was 14. Ruggles analyzed violin with Walter Spaulding and Felix Winternitz, theory with Josef Claus, and structure with Harvard educator John Knowles Paine. In 1899-1901 Ruggles …

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Gervais-François Couperin

The Frenchman, Gervais-Francois Couperin overran the many positions held by his father upon Armand-Louis’ death. During Gervais’ life nevertheless, financial socio-political pushes hindered the continuing support of the “dependencies.” (The French Trend and Recovery both happened during his life time.) A number of the areas were demolished while Gervais attempted …

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Edward Franklin Albee

b. 8 Oct 1857, Marchias, Maine, USA, d. 11 March 1930, Hand Seaside, Florida, USA. Before teaming up with B.F. Keith (b. Benjamin Franklin Keith, 26 January 1846, Hillsboro, New Hampshire, USA, d. 26 March 1914, Hand Seaside, Florida, USA), Albee offered circus seat tickets in Boston, Massachusetts. Keith experienced …

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George Kooymans

George Kooymans was the guitarist and co-founder of Golden Earring, the longest-lived & most successful rock and roll group holland ever produced. Kooymans was created on March 11, 1948, in The Hague, and co-founded an instrumental rock and roll & move combo, the Tornados, with child years friend and bassist …

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