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The first acoustic
guitar can find its origins back in the
Two types of guitars had been popularized and they were called Guitarra
Latina and Guitarra Morisca. Today, the acoustic guitar comes in many
and sizes, and the mass production of the instrument has allowed it to
be purchased by anyone who wishes to buy one, contributing to its ever
A set of 17 icons.
Submarine...Eleanor Rigby...Hey Jude...Let
You need Is Love...Something...Come Together...Ticket To
Hard Day's Night...Penny Lane...Day Tripper...Hello, Goodbye...I Feel
A set of 34 icons.
Fans around the
world know and love Ray Charles as the genius
who forged an exuberant sound from a unique blend of jazz, blues,
and pop music. Tell me what I say....
A set of 7 icons.
The era of the
great classical composers may be at an end, but
music will live on as long as there are those who listen to the
beauty of their masterful compositions. A completely unique collection
of icons of Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Chopin, Debussy, Dvorak, Haydn,
Mozart, Offenbach, Rachmaninoff, Ravel, Rossini, Schubert, Schumann,
Tchaikovsky, Verdi, Villa-Lobos, Vivaldi and Wagner.
A set of 190 icons.
NAT KING COLE
singer and composer known for his velvety voice
ballads, Nat King Cole was the first African American to host a network
television series which ran from 1956 to 1957. He is truly
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Celia Cruz, the
Queen of salsa, was one of the most successful
performers of the 20th century, with twenty-two gold albums to her
Celia is indisputably the best known and most influential female figure
in the history of Afro-Cuban music. AZUCAR!
A set of 22 icons.
Hey shout, summertime blues,
Jump up and down in my blue suede
Rock and roll, rock on.
Still looking for that blue jean baby queen,
girl I've ever seen,
See her shake on the movie screen,
and roll, rock on.
A set of 16 icons.
Fitzgerald, also known as the First Lady of Jazz,
of the most influential jazz singers of the 20th Century and the winner
of thirteen Grammy Awards. Gifted with a three octave vocal range, she
was noted for her purity of tone and near faultless phrasing and
She was one of the greatest.
A set of 18 icons.
World culture was
forever altered when Elvis left his mark on
music in the 50s and 60s. He is such an iconic figure, that he is
called “The King”. He was one of the most popular musicians ever, with
38 top ten hits to his name.
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name conjures up memories of the Jazz Age,
Twenties, flappers and musicals which tumbled from his creative,
imagination. George Gershwin died just short of his 39th birthday,
prematurely one of America's freshest, most creative musical talents.
set of 19 icons.