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He was first African American awarded the Navy Cross for his heroism. Samuel L. Gravely, Jr. served as commander of the USS PC-1264, a ship that hunted down enemy submarines. The crew of the ship was mostly African-American and Gravely was the first African American officer of an active fighting U. S. navy ship.
Oscar Clendenning Hammerstein II 1895-1960 was perhaps the most influential lyricist and librettist of the American theater. Major musicals for which he wrote the lyrics include “Show Boat.
Management and labor trustees who oversaw the American Federation of Musicians and Employers’ Pension Plan for 50,000 working and retired entertainers will have to pay the fund $26.85 million -- minus up to $10 million in legal costs-- to settle a civil complaint that they gambled tens of millions away on poorly performing private equity and foreign investments.
Mar 18, 2019 Archives of African American Music and Culture Established in 1991, the AAAMC is a repository of materials covering musical idioms and cultural expressions from the post-World War II era. Maintained by Indiana University. Black Film Center/Archive A repository of films and related materials by and about African Americans. Hosted by Indiana.
World War II brought an end to the heyday of swing and saw the beginnings of bebop. Big bands began to shrivel as musicians were sent overseas to fight. For this reason, the 1940s saw a surge in smaller ensembles, such as quartets and quintets. Groups often consisted of one or two horns—usually saxophone and/or trumpet—bass, drums, and piano.
Our history began in 1896 when musicians gathered in Indianapolis and organized the American Federation of Musicians AFM for “any musician who receives pay for his musical services.” Representing 3,000 members, AFM was granted a charter by the American Federation of Labor AFL. Now we are 80,000 musicians strong.Feb 22, 2020 - Explore Catherine Ligon's board "WORLD WAR II. Hollywood Actors and Actress fought in the war in real life.", followed by 1080 people on Pinterest.
Vocalist O’Connell sings sweetly without embellishment while dreaming of her lover’s safe return from war. The audience can easily picture a girl-next-door type gazing out of a window adorned with a star signifying her lover’s involvement in the war, waiting patiently and keeping the fires of the home front burning.
Tony Bennett’s first album of celebrity duets 2006's Duets An American Classic featured an impressive cast of superstars answering the call from the dean of pop vocalists, but the arrangements were overly safe -- virtually all of them ballads with soft strings or brassy finger-snappers.
Sep 22, 2016 Teaching ii-V7-I Progressions to Young Musicians September 22, 2016 Ryan Sargent The ii-V 7 -I progression is the foundation of tonal Western music, and famous jazz musicians agree that learning harmony is crucial for developing improvisation skills.In the early 20th century, this style swept the US as part of a fad for Hawaiian music, and soon American roots musicians like Jimmie Tarlton "Columbus Stockade Blues" were learning from touring.However, the only exception to the AFM needs is the "victory disks" which were recorded for soldiers fighting in World War II and sent to them overseas. Decca and Capitol, major recording companies of the time, gave into the American Federation of Musicians' strike in 1943, RCA Victor and Columbia held out but eventually backed down in 1944, and.
From a rapper bringing some of the most badass female hardcore rap in music to a Korean-American doing Mumford & Sons better than even Mumford can, here are 11 Asian and Asian-American musicians.The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, was the impetus for the United States’ entrance into World War II.Feb 12, 2015 If you haven’t seen the BBC’s “Lost Highway The History of American Country’ then you’re in for a treat. This four-part, four-hour documentary follows the musical lineage from the Bristol Sessions to Nashville, from Texas to Bakersfield, and brings it all together in a beautiful story of heritage and style any songwriter would love.In the Revolutionary War and Civil War, African Americans served in fife and drum corps. Musicians that played in military bands during World War I and World War II often incorporated modern musical styles, such as jazz, into their song selections. They also toured the United States and Europe, entertaining civilian and military audiences alike.The list of musicians includes the lineups for Free Paul Rodgers, Andy Fraser, Tetsu Yamauchi, Simon Kirke, John 'Rabbit' Bundrick, Back Street Crawler Terry Wilson, Terry Wilson-Slesser, Mike Montgomery, Tony Braunagel, Amazing Blondel Eddie Baird and Terry Wincott, as well as Jim Capaldi vocals, Pete Carr guitar, John Martyn guitar.Musicians around the world already joined LoveProject2020! Choose your language. English; Italiano; Follow the direction of M° Alessandro Crudele to make your.Handbell Musicians of America offers engaging live events, in-depth webinars, and free live chats with handbell experts and celebrities. Throughout the year, you’ll find both live and virtual events for musicians and handbell enthusiasts of all ages and skill levels. National and Area Events Calendar
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