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Delta Blues Artists | ... Jr. - Profile & Discography for Delta Bluesman Robert Lockwood Jr

Delta Blues Artists | ... Jr. - Profile & Discography for Delta Bluesman Robert Lockwood Jr

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Medieval and early modern music

Medieval and early modern music

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Pyotr Illyich Tchaikovsky

Trombonist and arranger Melba Liston is one of the women featured in a new documentary about female instrumentalists in jazz, The Girls in the Band.

A DIY Guide To The History Of Women In Jazz

Trombonist and arranger Melba Liston is one of the women featured in a new documentary about female instrumentalists in jazz, The Girls in the Band.

Zubin Mehta international classical music (western) conductor was born in India, his family is Parsi -  Zoroastrian.

Zubin Mehta international classical music (western) conductor was born in India, his family is Parsi - Zoroastrian.

Robert Johnson was an American singer-songwriter and musician. Johnson died on August 16, 1938, at the age of 27, near Greenwood, Mississippi. Although the cause of death is still unknown, there have been a number of theories offered, based on several differing accounts about the events preceding his death. According to one theory, Johnson was murdered by the jealous husband of a woman with whom he had flirted...

Robert Johnson was an American singer-songwriter and musician. Johnson died on August 16, 1938, at the age of 27, near Greenwood, Mississippi. Although the cause of death is still unknown, there have been a number of theories offered, based on several differing accounts about the events preceding his death. According to one theory, Johnson was murdered by the jealous husband of a woman with whom he had flirted...

Harmonica player DeFord Bailey was the first black star of the Grand Ole Opry.  Bailey toured with other (white) stars of the Opry, including Roy Acuff, Uncle Dave Macon, and Bill Monroe. During the 1930s, he was well received by the country music public, though racial segregation caused Bailey problems in hotels and restaurants.

Harmonica player DeFord Bailey was the first black star of the Grand Ole Opry. Bailey toured with other (white) stars of the Opry, including Roy Acuff, Uncle Dave Macon, and Bill Monroe. During the 1930s, he was well received by the country music public, though racial segregation caused Bailey problems in hotels and restaurants.

Bessie Brown (1890 – 1955) also known as "The Original" Bessie Brown, was a classic female blues, jazz, and cabaret singer. She sometimes recorded under the pseudonyms of Sadie Green, Caroline Lee, and possibly Helen Richards. Brown was active as a recording artist from 1925 to 1929. Her best known tracks were "Ain't Much Good in the Best of Men Nowdays" and "Song from a Cotton Field".

Bessie Brown (1890 – 1955) also known as "The Original" Bessie Brown, was a classic female blues, jazz, and cabaret singer. She sometimes recorded under the pseudonyms of Sadie Green, Caroline Lee, and possibly Helen Richards. Brown was active as a recording artist from 1925 to 1929. Her best known tracks were "Ain't Much Good in the Best of Men Nowdays" and "Song from a Cotton Field".

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