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Luther O. Emerson

A composer of chapel music and director of several music conventions. Popular acclaim was presented with to Emerson mainly due to choices of hymn-tunes including “The Romberg Collection,” “The Golden Harp,” and “Merry Chimes.”

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Daley

In comparison to Simply Red’s Mick Hucknall because of his Manchester, England origin, red hair, and R&B root base — the parallels end there, really — Gareth Daley kicked his job into tools once he posted a low-key but influencing ballad, “Rainy Day,” towards the BBC. BBC 1Xtra positioned the …

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Wystan Hugh Auden

English-born naturalized American Wystan Hugh Auden not merely wrote a great number of poems that could later be established to music by leading composers from the twentieth century, but he collaborated about texts for functions by a few of his many prominent musical contemporaries. After his 1929 graduation from Christ …

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Paul Wranitzky

Paul Wranitzky was the sibling of Anton, and like him played the violin, but Paul was also versed in the body organ. When he researched theology in the seminary in Vienna he also continuing to review music and became the choirmaster for the seminary during his studies. Probably Wranitzky researched …

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Derwood Brown

b. Melvin Derwood Dark brown, 29 Sept 1915, Stephenville, Tx, USA, d. 24 Dec 1978, Fort Well worth, Tx, USA. The family members relocated in 1918 and Dark brown was raised in Fort Well worth. A talented guitarist, who at age 12 was playing expertly with elder sibling Milton Dark …

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Rudi Stephan

In the context of music as well as the First World War, as well as the producing casualties, it is almost always the British losses — George Butterworth, et al. — who obtain recognized in recordings and in addition, even more tellingly, in items by their co-workers; Butterworth, for instance, …

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Jacques Hotteterre

Jacques-Martin Hotteterre was an associate of an extended and recognized dynasty of Burgundian instrument-makers and performers, many generations which performed in the King’s courtroom. He was referred to as “Le Romain,” probably because, unlike others of his instant family, he previously went to Rome. He was mainly a training musician …

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Ivan Wyschnegradsky

Microtonal composer Ivan Wyschnegradsky was a pioneer in quarter-tone music. He examined music under Nicolas Sokolov and ended studying laws around once he started composing. Although his initial compositions were created in the standard chromatic program, within 3 years he followed the quarter-tone program and was notating 1/12-shades in 1919. …

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Tekla Badarzewska

Historically, modern pop singers never have been the just musicians struggling to maintain their worldwide celebrity position after achieving it with an individual hit. Take for instance Tekla Badarzewska, who became well-known after she released her salon piece La prière d’une vierge (The Maiden’s Prayer), originally known as Modlitwa dziewicy. …

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Eric Gallo

When Eric Gallo died in 1998, in age ninety-four, he previously spent six years mainly because the dean of South Africa’s saving industry. A enthusiast of music, Gallo was in charge of South Africa’s best record brands, including GRC, RPM, Trek, Unika, Meteor, Trutone and Teal. Gallo, who constructed the …

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