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Gary W. Kennedy

(b New York, Sept 8, 1926). American drummer. He studied music at New York University from 1943 to 1947, although he served in the navy between 1944 and 1946. In 1948 he played in the big bands of Herbie Fields, Sonny Dunham, and Bobby Byrne. He later rejoined Fields (...

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Elizabeth Forbes

(b Ferrara, April 5, 1961). Italian soprano . She studied in Bologna and made her début in 1986 at Arezzo as Rosina, then sang Flora (La traviata) at Bologna. In 1988, after winning the Pavarotti Competition, she sang Elizabeth (Maria Stuarda...

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Kevin E. Mooney

(b Port Arthur, TX, Oct 27, 1949; d Austin, TX, May 23, 2006). American nightclub owner, promoter, and producer. The son of Lebanese immigrants, he briefly attended the University of Texas at Austin (summer 1969), then opened an imported food and clothing store. Its backroom became a place for informal jam sessions, often with Antone playing bass. On ...

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(b Fabrica, nr Viterbo; d probably at Rome, ? in or before 1629) Italian composer and teacher. According to Casimiri he must have taught music at the Seminario Romano, Rome, some time between 1602 and 1606. The first post he held that is specifically documented is that of ...

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Iain Fenlon

(fl Mantua, 1606–49). Italian composer. He was a canon. His known works survive in two manuscripts (in I-Mc , Fondo S Barbara), the first containing 12 madrigals dated from Luzzara, near Mantua, in 1606, the second a setting in six sections of Rinuccini's Lamento d'Arianna...

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Paul David, Dennis Libby and Zofia Chechlińska

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Emanuele Senici

(b Palermo, June 25, 1801; d Trieste, Aug 18, 1859). Italian composer and conductor. His grandfather and father, both composers and conductors, gave him his first instruction in music, and at the age of 12 he conducted his own mass for St Cecilia's Day. In ...

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Rreze Kryeziu

(b Skopje, Macedonia, Sept 23, 1909; d Pristina, Kosovo, Oct 21, 1991). Albanian composer, music pedagogue, conductor, and ethnomusicologist. He learned music by analysing the works of other composers and by attending private lessons with professors in Belgrade. During his secondary education he learned to play the violin, the cello, and the piano. He arrived in Kosovo to pursue a career as a music pedagogue. He spent a decade in Prizren (...

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Anne-Marie Riessauw

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Eric Blot

Italian family of violin makers . Gaetano Antoniazzi ( b Cremona, Aug 7, 1825; d Milan, Aug 1, 1897 ) probably learnt his craft in the Ceruti workshop in Cremona before establishing himself in Milan in 1870. It is only from this date until about 1890...

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(b Vienna, Nov 22, 1937). Austrian musicologist. He studied with Schenk and Wessely at the University of Vienna, taking the doctorate there in 1962 with a dissertation on Ignaz von Mosel; in 1967 he spent a year of study with Remo Giazotto in Italy. From ...

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Guido Salvetti and T. Herman Keahey

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