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Dimitrie Cantemir

A Romanian scholar, musicographer, composer and theorist whose main contribution to the annals of music was “Descriptio Moldaviae” and “An Intro to Turkish music”. (The second option has been dropped.) Cantemir gathered and published about Turkish ideas of music aswell as the musical folk customs of Romania. Although he resided …

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Django Wagner

A Dutch pop vocalist, Django Wagner was created in a truck recreation area in Nuenen, HOLLAND on Oct 26, 1971, and was raised within a music Gypsy family, frequently incorporating Gypsy components into his music. His debut recording, Kali, appeared in ’09 2009, accompanied by a second recording, Mijn Gevoel, …

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Peter Cornelius

Carl August Peter Cornelius was the kid of two stars, Carl Joseph Gerhard Cornelius and Friedereike Cornelius (née Schradtke). His dad qualified him as an acting professional, and within that teaching, he was also provided music lessons. By age 15 he was a violinist in the theatre orchestra in Mainz, …

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Laila Kinnunen

A Finnish pop singer who peaked in recognition during the later ’50s and early ’60s, Laila Kinnunen represented Finland on the 1961 Eurovision Melody Contest using the melody “Valoa Ikkunassa.” Blessed Laura Kinnunen on November 8, 1939, in Vantaa, Finland, she was raised in Sweden being a refugee of Globe …

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Eric Ericson

A persuasive choral movie director and conductor, Eric Ericson exerted an impact significantly beyond his local Sweden. Through trips of the Swedish Radio Choir, his personal chamber choir, and visitor appearances before various other choral institutions and orchestras, Ericson gained high compliment for his capability to obtain clearness and adaptablity …

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Sebastián de Vivanco

Vivanco served while master from the chapel in Segovia Cathedral from 1576 for quite some time. He wished to provide in Avila which he could perform from 1588 until 1602 when he visited Salamanca Cathedral. Vivanco made up around fifty motets aswell as eighteen Magnificat configurations. Ten motets released in …

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Henry Thomas Smart

Henry Thomas Wise was generally named one of the most virtuosic concert organist of his time and considered by some contemporaries among the best British composers ever. The last mentioned estimation must have been a grand exaggeration; even so, Wise produced several unforgettable compositions, specifically his settings from the hymns …

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Aaron Kwok

Hong Kong-based singer, actor, and dancer Aaron Kwok is normally among Cantopop’s biggest superstars. His reputation rivals just that of fellow Hong Kong superstars Jacky Cheung, Andy Lau, and Leon Lai, who are collectively referred to as the Four Heavenly Kings of Cantopop. Blessed on Oct 26, 1965, he started …

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Philipp Nicolai

A German theologian who was simply schooled at Erfurt and Wittenberg, Nicolai wrote several theological treatises and many books of poetry. Like a composer his transfer rests with “Der Freudenspiegel des ewigen Lebens,” 1599. Many printings of the devotional works happened until 1674. The functions themselves are dated musically and …

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James E. Myers

Adam E. Myers is certainly permanently cemented in rock and roll background — his impact in the music sector is undeniably substantial as the co-author of “Rock and roll Night and day,” the tune cited by John Lennon, Elton John, and many more being the one most inspiring tune for …

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