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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. …

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William Child

An British composer and organist who received his Bachelors Level from Oxford as well as the Doctorate from Christ’s Church, Oxford. He offered the courtroom of Britain (except through the Trend/Commonwealth). He performed and offered in the courts of Charles I, Charles II, Wayne II and William and Mary (playing …

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Léon Minkus

Created Aloisius Ludwig Minkus to Czech parents in Vienna and spending the majority of his profession as the utmost essential ballet composer in Russia before Tchaikovsky, Léon Minkus returned to Vienna to pass away in obscurity. The same destiny may have befallen his music; some of his ratings survive only …

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Maureen Evans

b. 23 March 1940, Cardiff, Wales. Evans started her singing profession within the Embassy label in 1958, which produced budget-priced recordings of modern strikes for the UK’s Woolworths chain-store. A yr later she transferred to Oriole Information and enjoyed graph achievement with ‘The Big Harm’ in 1960, and peaked 2 …

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Julius Reubke

Reubke received his early music teaching from Hermann Bonicke in Quedlinburg. Among additional works, he created his =Trio in E toned= during this time period. He moved into the Berlin Conservatory in 1851, where he researched piano with Kullak and structure with Bernhard Marx. He was regarded as the school’s …

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Hjalmar Borgstrom

After early study with Svendsen, Lindeman and Olsen, Borgstrám attended the Leipzig Conservatory. He was extremely influential in the region of Norwegian music through the first area of the 20th hundred years, like a composer so that as a music critic.

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Lee Towers

Referred to as “the person using the Golden Mic,” Lee Towers (created Leen Huyzer in 1946) is definitely a Dutch crooner from Bolnes. The Netherlands’ response to the Vegas performers from the ’70s, Towers has already established a string of strikes, including a cover from the display tune and storied …

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Geoffrey Bush

Geoffrey Bush’s agreeable personality was manifested in his music, which displayed serious workmanship but was often leavened with great laughter and a gentle soul. Bush preferred composing tunes and operas, but he also created a fair quantity of chamber and orchestral music. The child of detective/fiction article writer Christopher Bush …

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George Frederick Pinto

George Frederick Saunders was the child of Samuel Saunders and Julia Pinto, child of the well-known British violinist, Thomas Pinto, of Neapolitan descent. (These were not linked to the Portuguese composer Francisco Anónio Norberto dos Santos Pinto [1815 – 1860] nor towards the Brazilian composer Luiz Alvares Pinto [1719 – …

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Donald Swann

A music comedy duo most active in Britain through the 1950s and ’60s, Michael Flanders (b. 1922) and Donald Swann (b. 1923) 1st met one another as schoolboys at Westminster in 1936. In 1939, both collaborated on portion of a musical revue entitled Do it now, with Swann adding piano …

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