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Ferdinand Tobias Richter

As the court organist for Leopold I, 1683, Richter taught the kids from the emperor, and, subsequently, two into the future emperors of Austria, Joseph I and Karl VI. Ahead of his service in the royal courtroom, Richter was the organist at a Cistercian monastery and a prefect for the …

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Pietro Generali

Though Generali began his musical career with sacred music he ultimately made up 54 operas. Various other styles included cantatas, public, requiems, etc. “Pamela nubile” was his initial celebrated opera in 1804. He didn’t compose his initial significant opera, “Attila,” until 1812. One of is own most critically recognized and …

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Isang Yun

The soaring, impassioned Symphonies nos. 1 & 3 of Isang Yun result from the center of a guy persecuted with the paranoia from the condition “regulators” — functions created after he was double imprisoned by South Korean law enforcement on suspicion of espionage, also once getting kidnapped by them from …

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Aaron Bridgers

b. 10 January 1918, Winston-Salem, NEW YORK, USA, d. 3 November 2003, Villiers Le Bel, nr. Paris, France. Bridgers got a deep fascination with music, specifically that of French traditional composers but had not been at first purpose on the musical profession. In 1939, he fulfilled Duke Ellington and Billy …

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Frances Williams

b. Frances Jellinek, 3 November 1901, St. Paul, Minnesota, USA, d. 27 January 1959, NEW YORK, NY, USA. Performing from child years, at age 16 Williams toured with an acrobatic troupe. Among her 20s displays were Innocent Eye (1924) and, using the Marx Brothers, The Cocoanuts (1925). Of the appearance …

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Hanya Holm

b. Johanna Eckert, 3 March 1893, Worms, Germany, d. 3 November 1972, NEW YORK, NY, USA. An hugely talented choreographer, Holm became a Broadway achievement in the past due 40s and on through the 50s. In 1940 she done Cole Porter’s Kiss Me, Kate, after that on Out OF THE …

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Jack Donohue

b. John Francis Donohue, 3 November 1908, NEW YORK, NY, USA, d. 27 March 1984, Marina Del Rey, California, USA. An commercial worker, Donohue used dancing as a kind of physical therapy carrying out a severe incident. He became a specialist dancer in NY and from the first 30s onwards …

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Harry Revel

Composer Harry Revel is most beneficial known for his songwriting relationship with lyricist Mack Gordon, which produced a string of strikes for the stage and display screen through the ‘30s. Because of his later tries at “healing” structure, Revel was also an improbable pioneer of space age group pop, specifically …

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Strange Boutique

Primary riot grrl Monica Richards had made a name for herself in a variety of D.C. hardcore punk rings, especially Madhouse. From the middle-’80s, Richards and her bandmates appeared to switch items up. In 1987, she, drummer Danny Ingram, ex-Eubie Hayve bassist Steve Willett, and Beefeater guitarist Fred Smith described …

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Kay Starr

A good jazz vocalist whose early recordings tended to end up being forgotten after her ascendancy in to the business sphere through the mid-’50s, Kay Starr was one of the primary pop performers to capitalize within the “rock and roll trend” with her 1955 novelty “Stone Waltz.” Her biggest strike …

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