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Clifford Vaughan

When listeners think about the music for such different films as The Bride-to-be of Frankenstein or Old Yeller, they most likely don’t recognize the normal web page link between them: Clifford Vaughan. Vaughan was a significant composer who worked well in Hollywood as an arranger and composer through the 1930s …

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André Caplet

Although remembered mainly as an orchestrator and editor of unfinished functions by his good friend Claude Debussy, André Caplet was a good composer in his very own right, employed in the Impressionist design of his time and place. Developing up in an unhealthy family pressed Caplet into music early; by …

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Alfonso X (el Sabio)

Alfonso X, the thirteenth hundred years Spanish Ruler of Castile and León, continues to be known as a Renaissance man prior to the Renaissance. Being a warrior prince, he led brutal Spanish armies against the Moorish job. Being a politician in the Western european stage, he contended for the crown …

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Thomas Attwood

Thomas Attwood was a composer and organist who enjoyed royal patronage from enough time he was a boy. He demonstrated promising capabilities in the artwork of structure and was students under Mozart. Attwood’s design assumes the features of Mozart so that as a founding member and movie director from the …

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Thomas Tallis

The career of Thomas Tallis, Gentleman from the Chapel Royal, spanned an interval of spectacular change in the British liturgical climate. Created early in the sixteenth hundred years, his first musical visit was as organist to a Benedictine (Catholic) Priory in Dover, 2 yrs before Henry VIII’s definitive break with …

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Giovanni Mane Giornovichi

Gionovichi might have been students of Lolli but is defintiely recognized to have found its way to Paris by 1770. (Very little is for certain about his existence until this season.) He produced his violin playing debut in 1773 that was quite nicely received. Soon thereafter he became the city’s …

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Esmée Denters

Dutch vocalist Esmée Denters 1st found the public’s interest after she published videos of herself singing about YouTube. The video clips, featuring Denters performing covers of tracks by performers like Beyoncé, Alicia Secrets, while others, garnered an incredible number of sights and eventually drew the interest from the music market. …

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Alan Turnbull

b. Alan Lawrence Turnbull, 23 November 1943, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Turnbull started playing drums as a kid and was functioning skillfully while still in his early teenagers. Through the 60s he used many of Australia’s leading jazz music artists, including Don Burrows, with whom he continuing to try out during …

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Peter Saunders

b. 23 November 1911, London, Britain, d. 6 Feb 2003, Britain. Educated at Oundle and in Lausanne, Switzerland, Saunders after that proved helpful in the film sector being a cinematographer and movie director. He also was a journalist and for some time was press agent for dance bandleader Harry Roy. …

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Edward Ball

For somebody with such a brief single discography, Edward Ball’s tale is an extended and complicated one because he’s also recorded many single albums and EPs under different band titles. Ball, a citizen of north London, 1st made an appearance on record in the post-punk ’70s, teamed along with his …

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