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Marie R. Siegling
Marie Regina Siegling (February 7, 1824 – January 2, 1920) was an American composer. She was born in Charleston, South Carolina, the eldest daughter of Prussian immigrant Johann Zacharias Siegling and his wife Mary Schnierle. J...
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Pete Wendling
Pete Wendling (June 6, 1888 – April 7, 1974) was an American composer and pianist, born in New York City to German immigrants. He started his working life as a carpenter, but gained fame during the mid 1910s as a ...
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Immigrant Music
Created by Arthur Hernandez on 28 Jan 2019
... Polish immigrants brought their homeland's music with them to Toronto, Canada, where it has ... developed. It is compared to the music in Poland, and its role in the life of the immigrants and their descendents is studied. ...
... the country to champion immigrants' rights on the job and economic and social justice for all. AFM ...
... The research methods for studying the mid-20th century Turkish immigrants included analyses of demographics and of social gatherings and events. ...
... immigrants negotiate established social boundaries between "us" and "not us." While the social dynamics of ... jam sessions have intrigued scholars since the 1950s, the interactions between immigrants and ... to establish and negotiate social boundaries between immigrants and hosts. Ultimately, I argue that ...
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Canadian Musician (2011) Vol. 33, No. 3, pp. 62
... tackle the negative image of immigrants in the UK. The 15 immigrants are from different countries ...
The Immigrant
20th century orchestral piece
"Ukranian Village Music"
Strings (1998) Vol. 13, No. 2, pp. 94
... A recording of traditional string music recorded between 1928 and 1933 by Ukrainian immigrants to the United States is reviewed (Arhoolie, Folklyric). ...
... Joanna Brooks's book analyzes ballads that are an oral history of early American immigrants. ...
... and Austria. Later immigrants came primarily from Japan, North and South America, the East Bloc and ...