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Franz Schreker
Franz Schreker (originally Schrecker; 23 March 1878, Monaco – 21 March 1934, Berlin) was an Austrian composer, conductor, teacher and administrator. Primarily a composer of operas, Schreker developed a style characterized by ae...
Composer
Giulio Monaco
Tony Monaco
Author
... Covers the establishment Monaco Records, the first record label in Monaco, by former Scorpions ... he hopes to attract major acts to Monaco Records. Also covers the founding of the first CD factory in Monaco, which is owned by the Brain Foundation. ...
Daniela Del Monaco
Uli Monaco
Author
Giancarlo del Monaco
Director
Jimmie V. Monaco
Composer
Dedicatee
James V. Monaco
Composer
Mario Del Monaco
Performer
... Highlights of the 2010 Monaco International Clubbing Show (MICS), held November 11-14 at the ... Grimaldi Forum in Monaco, are provided. The show presented a mixture of lighting, sound, and design ...
Tony Monaco
JazzTimes (2002) Vol. 32, No. 2, pp. 25
... Profiles blues singer Monaco, focusing on how he overcame a debilitating childhood disease to ... become a musician. Discusses his style and recordings. Provides quotes from Monaco describing his disease and how it affected him. Includes a photo. ...
"Il Mito Dell'Opera: Mario Del Monaco"
Fanfare (2001) Vol. 25, No. 1, pp. 313-314
... Reviews a collection of opera arias featuring tenor Mario Del Monaco (Bongiovanni, 78:55 minutes ... ). Lists the songs on the album. Recommends for Del Monaco fans. ...
TAKING THE MICS
Mixmag (2013) , No. 260, pp. 18
... The Third Annual International Clubbing Show will be held November 7-9, 2012, in Monaco. By day ...
... Hammond B-3 organist Tony Monaco is profiled. Monaco started out playing the accordion, but after ... teenager, Monaco developed Neuralgic amyotrophy, which damages the nerves. The disease attacked his ... shoulders first, leaving Monaco unable to strap on the accordion. His father gave him a B-3 as a gift ...
... A recording featuring a trio led by organist Tony Monaco is reviewed (Summit). ...
... most famous method for brass instruments, can be found in the Monaco cemetery in Monte Carlo, Monaco ...
... Milkowski reviews a two-disc recording of original hard bop and soul jazz by organist Tony Monaco and friends. (Chicken Coup) ...