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Oct, 25- Today Music History Facts


Philipp Fahrbach the Elder, Austrian composer, born in Vienna, Austria. His famous operas are: The Love Sacrifice (1844) and The Sword of the King (1845).


Johann Strauss II or The Younger was born. He was born in Vienna, Austria. He was a composer, violinist, and orchestra conductor. His is well known for his wonderful waltzes: The Blue Danube, Emperor  Waltz, Op. 354, among others.


Georges Bizet was born in Paris, France. His music period falls in the Romanticism and his most famous opera is Carmen. His opera masterpieces gain notoriety after his death on June 3, 1875


August Halm, German composer, born in Vellberg, German.

As a composer, Halm wrote symphonies, incidental music, chamber music, keyboard works, vocal music, broadly speaking in late-Romantic style, and pedagogical works. In July 1910, Wyneken founded a “Society for the Publication of the Works of August Halm” to ensure the survival of Halm’s compositions. Wyneken founded a Halm Society in summer 1929; it existed up until 1995, when it was absorbed into the Society for Music History in Baden Württemburg.


Saxophonist/Composer Jimmy Heath was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He has performed with nearly all the jazz greats of the last 50 years, from Howard McGhee, Dizzy Gillespie, and Miles Davis to Wynton Marsalis.


Yes’ lead singer and 2017 ‘s Rock n’ Roll Hall of Fame inductee, Jon Anderson, was born on October 25, 1944. He has 78. As a member of Yes he had great success and hits with the albums: Yes The Album, Roudabout, and Close to the Edge.

He also has released solo albums and worked with Vangelis, among other musicians. Before the Pandemia hit the World, Anderson was touring with Trevor Rabin, and Rick Wakeman as ARW.


Jazz pianist Thelonius Monk The Way You Look Tonight with Sonny Rollins.


Trombonist Robin Eubanks born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Hehas played with his bands Mental Images or EB3 or with The SF Jazz Collective, Dave Holland Quintet / Big Band

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