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Jean Schwartz

Emigrating along with his family members at age 13, Jean Schwartz was raised in NEW YORK where he discovered to try out the piano and finally found himself employment demonstrating music within a department shop to aid in the peddling of sheet music. His first proper inroad to Tin Skillet …

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Maxwell Anderson

Maxwell Anderson is greater referred to as a playwright when compared to a composer, but his collaborations with German-born composer Kurt Weill added many classic specifications to the favorite tune lexicon. Anderson was created in Atlantic, PA, on Dec 15, 1888. His dad worked being a journeying minister, and therefore …

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Fred Thompson

b. 24 January 1884, London, Britain, d. 10 Apr 1949, London, Britain. Unusually for any librettist of the time, Thompson enjoyed substantial achievement both in London’s Western End and on New York’s Broadway. In the past due 10s and early 20s, he done many shows, frequently in collaboration, such as …

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Stephen Bates

American composer and conductor Stephen Bates (Baltes), began his career like a church organist at age 12 in his hometown of Madison, WI. He acknowledged his experience like a cathedral organist as assisting him understand the fine technicians of underscoring, which he put on his function in local supper theaters …

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Mathias Rüegg

b. 8 Dec 1952, Zurich, Switzerland. Through the 70s Rüegg performed piano with a number of bands while learning composition and organizing in Graz and Vienna, where he ultimately settled and produced the Vienna Artwork Orchestra (1977) and afterwards the Vienna Artwork Choir (1983). Well known members from the Orchestra …

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Gladys Swarthout

Gladys Swarthout was most widely known as a vocalist in the classical field, but she occasionally delved into lighter popular fare. Delivered and elevated in Deepwater, MO, she was the little girl of the railroad conductor. The family members acquired at least two extremely musical kids, and Gladys and her …

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Rob Fisher

Rob Fisher is music director from the Espresso Club Orchestra, an organization that revived the audio of common early jazz from the ’20s and ’30s. They released two albums in 1992 in the Angel label, even though some supporters of contemporary jazz designs may consider the fact that albums feature …

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Rudy Lewis

Rudy Lewis may be the odd-man-out in the annals from the Drifters. He occupied the business lead singer place from past due 1960 until 1964, sometimes writing that function with Johnny Moore afterwards in his tenure. Lewis was highlighted on such music as the strikes “Some type of Great,” “Make …

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Charles Brown

Tenor sax. Not really the popular blues and R&B pianist, but a journeyman tenor saxophonist whose instant of glory was included with a 1972 Soaring Dutchman recording. He was better referred to as Charlie Dark brown, and performed off his name for record whose name was takeoff of previous Coaster’s …

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Vera Zorina

b. Eva Brigitta Hartwig, 2 January 1917, Berlin, Germany, d. 9 Apr 2003, Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA. Although blessed in Germany, Zorina’s parents had been Norwegian. She started dancing skillfully as a little child with age 12 is at a Maximum Reinhardt creation in Berlin of the Midsummer Night …

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