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Felix Borowski

After studying in London with the Cologne Conservatory, Borowski relocated to america and took a posture in the Chicago Music College like a violin, composition and history teacher. He later on shifted to Northwestern University or college where he was unique lecturer ever sold, type and musicology. He constructed the …

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Hanns Eisler

Perhaps one of the most primary and prolific composers from the twentieth hundred years, Eisler proved that expressing humanistic and political issues will not necessarily result in music banalities, but can perform his stated cosmetic ideal of “freshness, cleverness, strength and beauty” (instead of “bombast, sentimentality and mysticism”). Eisler’s family …

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Raul Marques

Raul Marques was a sambista in the ’30s and ’40s, having written several sambas which would remain uncredited seeing that his creations, seeing that he used to market them for peanuts because of poverty. A few of his regular customers had been Miguel Baúza and César Brasil, but Carlos Galhardo …

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Michael Hofstetter

Michael Hofstetter is a German conductor, noted for his shows in authentic period design. He studied in the Richard Strauss Conservatory in his hometown of Munich, focusing on body organ, piano, and performing. Employed in theaters in Wiesbaden and Giessen, he started conducting operatic shows, furthermore to teaching in the …

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Buddy Bolden

Although nobody knows when jazz music was “invented,” an excellent starting place is when cornetist Buddy Bolden formed his first band in 1895. The 1st essential name in jazz background, Bolden’s career is definitely buried in tale, but Donald Marquis’ definitive publication, Searching for Buddy Bolden, effectively pieced collectively a …

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John Letman

Never children name, John Letman even so had an extended and sometimes productive career as a good and swinging trumpeter. He caused Gerald Valentine in Illinois, Scat Man Crothers and Jimmy Raschelle in Columbus, OH, and spent period playing in Chicago with Delbert Shiny, Bob Tinsley, Johnny Lang, Nat Ruler …

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Ronald Binge

b. 15 July 1910, Derby, Britain, d. 6 Sept 1979, Ringwood, Hampshire, Britain. Binge was in charge of creating in 1951 the ‘cascading strings’ audio that produced the Mantovani Orchestra popular across the world. This was accomplished purely by smart rating, dividing the violins into many parts, each allotted a …

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Byron Parker

Known beneath the amusing but relatively dusty stage name of “the Outdated Employed Hand,” this performer’s real forte was being a radio announcer. Nevertheless, the loose mixture of live radio creation and music that dominated the traditional days of nation music, old-time, and early bluegrass radio broadcasting allowed him to …

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Hudson Shower

Having a name that appears like something that may be installed inside a bathroom, Little Hudson Shower recorded for a number of of Chicago’s lesser-known indie blues labels in the ’50s. His music group, known as Small Hudson Shower’s Crimson Devil Trio, was something of an exercise floor for hip …

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Jim Horton

Researched with Robert Ashley at Middle for Contemporary Music, Mills University. Co-founder Group of Auto Music Composers, person in RotaLeague, founding person in Simply Intonation Network as well as the Cactus Needle Task. Currently compiling text messages toward a brief history of experimental music in north California. Since 1976 has …

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