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Emmy Verhey

Like a finalist in the 1966 Tchaikovsky International Competition, 17-year-old Emmy Verhey was all of a sudden thrust in to the limelight from the concert globe. She was authorized to a documenting contract and the next 12 months capped her meteoric ascent having a first-prize end in the Amsterdam-based Dutch …

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Cacaso

Cacaso was perhaps one of the most important poets from the ’70s, having written lyrics for 200 music with illustrious companions want Edu Lobo, Egberto Gismonti, Miúcha, Eduardo Gudin, João Donato, Filó Machado, Jards Macalé, Sivuca, Maurício Maestro, Cláudio Nucci, Carlinhos Vergueiro, Novelli, and João Bosco. He previously his music …

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Alessandro Fabbri

Italian jazz percussionist Alessandro Fabbri started getting mixed up in big-band style in 1976 while taking percussion lessons from Gianni and Vittorio Ferrari. At age 21, Fabbri participated within a compilation known as European Little Jazz Performers, released by Verabra Information. The discharge was accompanied by 1984’s Channels, as the …

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Josef Reicha

Josef was the uncle of Antoine Reicha and could have influenced his nephew’s music through the merits of his partitas. In his youngsters Josef examined with Werner on both cello and piano. He was a prominent cellist in the orchestra from the Count number of Hartburg and his playing was …

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Michel Blavet

The foremost flutist from the mid eighteenth century, Michel Blavet learned his primary instrument as well as the bassoon without the formal instruction. In the make use of of Duke Charles-Eugène Lévis, Blavet shifted to Paris in 1723. Within 3 years, he produced his debut on the Concert Spirituel, where …

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Irene Joachim

Granddaughter of the fantastic violinist Joseph Joachim, soprano Irène Joachim was an impressive designer in her own ideal, beautiful in tone of voice, visage, physique, and musicianship. Although she had become identified most carefully using the part of Mélisande, she was fluent in the German vocabulary and mastered not merely …

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Hugo Wolf

Hugo Wolf, a local of Windischgraz (now Slovenjgradec, Slovenia), in the Austro-Hungarian province of Styria, was created on March 13, 1860 and died on Feb 22, 1903, three weeks before his 43rd birthday — like Schubert, German music’s first great lieder composer, of tertiary syphilis. Like Schumann, the various other …

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Don Chacal

Don Chacal became a specialist in 1968, quickly uncovering himself as a solid percussionist, having worked regularly with excellent instrumentalists. Until 1972 he was the percussionist from the Som Três (César Camargo Mariano, Sabá, and Toninho Pinheiro), also burning Wilson Simonal in a number of national and worldwide trips. In …

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Cab Kaye

b. Augustus Kwamlah Nii-lante Quaye, 3 Sept 1921, London, Britain, d. 13 March 2000, Amsterdam, holland. The son of the British music hall musician and Ga (Ghanaian) pianist Caleb Jonas Kwamlah Quaye (who, as ‘Mope Desmond’, used Sidney Bechet in London in 1921), Kaye started his singing profession with Billy …

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Adam Clayton

Adam Clayton may multiple decades as the bass participant for world-renowned rock-band U2, which showcases his traveling, hard rock design marked by melodic flair. Though his profession has been described by his decades-long association using the music group, he also discovered the U.K. and U.S. TOP in the middle-’90s along …

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