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Marilyn Miller

b. Mary Ellen Reynolds, 1 Sept 1898, Evansville, Indiana, USA, d. 7 Apr 1936, NEW YORK, NY, USA. Taking to the level with her family members’s vaudeville take action while still a little child, Miller experienced ten years of stage encounter behind her when she 1st made an appearance on …

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Sabine Kalter

Sabine Aufrichtig, who took the stage name Kalter, produced a strong profession in German opera theater that lasted twenty years. She produced her debut in the Vienna Volksoper at age 21, where she had opted to review. She became a member of the roster from the Hamburg Opera in 1915. …

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Clifford Curzon

Clifford Curzon was among the best possible English pianists from the twentieth hundred years, known for his obvious, ego-less performances from the German Classical and Intimate masterpieces. A peaceful intellectual who however possessed a formidable technique, Curzon performed from Mozart to Liszt with equivalent authority. His followers frequently cite this …

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Dennis Brain

Few instrumentalists from the 20th century did even more to determine a single role for a musical instrument than Dennis Brain. By age group 36, he previously helped restore the four Mozart and two Strauss horn concertos towards the repertory; motivated Hindemith, Britten, among others to create for his device; …

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Jacques Thibaud

Acknowledged by critics and the general public alike among the supreme violinists of his time period, Jacques Thibaud was celebrated as both a single artist and an ensemble player from the first rank. Injured doing his thing during WWI, Thibaud rebuilt his technique through a program in which sports activities …

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Cosmo Jarvis

Vocalist, songwriter, and filmmaker Cosmo Jarvis provides earned a devoted following for his witty, frequently satiric tunes approximately the foibles of romantic relationships and contemporary lifestyle, frequently rooted in personal knowledge, as well seeing that his own self-produced movies and short topics that have particular his work a worldwide online …

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Samuel Coleridge-Taylor

Kept in mind today as the author of the once enormously well-known cantata Hiawatha’s Wedding Feast, the career and music of Samuel Coleridge-Taylor are — more, sometimes, than Elgar’s — emblematic from the Edwardian era in its opulence and its own squalor. The kid of the Negro doctor from Sierra …

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Charlie Worsham

Nation singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Charlie Worsham was created Sept 1, 1985 in Jackson, Mississippi, and music became his primary interest at a age. He began within the banjo and was sufficient on the device by age ten to try out on-stage in the Ryman Auditorium with bluegrass great Jimmy …

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Birthe Kjær

Birthe Kjaer is a Danish pop singer whose career spans several decades and includes numerous TOP albums and hit singles. Through the entire 1980s she frequently competed in the annual Eurovision Tune Competition and was selected to represent her nation in 1989 using the tune “Vi Maler Byen Rød.” Delivered …

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Natalie Bassingthwaighte

Although initially called an Australian actress and television personality, Natalie Bassingthwaighte launched a music career after gaining national recognition mainly because Izzy Hoyland, a character around the long-running Australian soap opera Neighbors. Bassingthwaighte ditched the performing gig to become listed on the dance clothing Rogue Investors in 2004, providing as …

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