Home / Tag Archives: March 23

Tag Archives: March 23

Thomas Selle

It isn’t certain but indicated from the writings of Selle that he studied with Calvisius in Leipzig. He was definitively affected by the functions of Schein. Selle kept positions at Hiede (Kantor), Wesselburen (rector) and Itzehoe (Kantor). His last placement was as Kantor for Johanneum, in Hamburg so that as …

Read More »

Dave Brockie

Comedy steel troupe the Dave Brockie Knowledge includes vocalist/bassist Dave Brockie (also an associate of GWAR), guitarist Mike Derks, and drummer Brad Roberts, who endeavored to splice the disparate strains of hard rock and roll and steel with humor. After debuting with 2001’s self-explanatory Diarrhea of the Madman, the group …

Read More »

George London

George London was probably one of the most celebrated singing stars of his generation, with an imposing stage existence. Furthermore to excelling in an array of tasks, from Mozart’s Don Giovanni to Wotan to Scarpia to Escamillo, he was the 1st North American vocalist to appear within the stage of …

Read More »

Louise Morrissey

b. 23 March 1961, Bansha, Co. Tipperary, Eire. She was raised with a like of music and after completing her schooling, started to sing with her brothers, Billy and Norman, as the Morrisseys Folk And Ballad Group. She produced her first documenting, ‘Farewell To Carlingford’, in 1978. The group documented …

Read More »

Norman Bailey

Through the 1960s and 1970s, this British bass baritone obtained a substantial reputation as a respected Wagner singer, imprinting both Wotan and Hans Sachs along with his incisive, somewhat gritty timbre and penetrating musical sensitivity. While his tone of voice lacked the plush luxuriance of previous interpreters of the assignments, …

Read More »

Blanche Thebom

Born in the us to Swedish-American parents, mezzo-soprano Blanche Thebom was among the choose variety of American performers who all grew into main careers on the Metropolitan Opera beneath the administration of Edward Johnson. The appealing young singer discovered opportunities on the country’s leading opera home due in huge measure …

Read More »

Oscar Shumsky

There will need to have been something special in American drinking water through the 1910s, a thing that allowed a unique amount of the kids born through the decade to build up into violin prodigies of extraordinary presents: Yehudi Menuhin and Ruggiero Ricci come right to mind, and undoubtedly Isaac …

Read More »

Phil Judd

A founding member and early creative force behind New Zealand’s Divide Enz, Phil Judd quickly became disillusioned using the music industry and dropped from the music group in 1977. After rejoining Divide Enz and departing once again, he spent a short while with two renowned New Zealand punk rings — …

Read More »

Johann Gottfried Walther

Linked to J.S. Bach, his nearly exact modern, on his mother’s aspect, Johann Gottfried Walther was a significant German organist and composer. His initial body organ lessons had been in Erfurt with Johann Bernhard Bach, and he quickly became an capable child vocalist. When he was 18 he arrived his …

Read More »

Valentin Dretzel

An organist, composer and instrumentalist who held positions at Frauenkirche, Spitalkirche for Caspar Hassler, St Lorenz, and St Sebald that was the highest placement in Nuremberg. It really is apparent that Valentin was a virtuoso performer in the body organ and his compositions included ricercares, canzones, motets, fugues and music. …

Read More »