Ethel Gabriel

Biographical Notes

Biographical information mainly from Foremost Women in Communication/Published R. R. Bowker Co. (c)

Gabriel, Ethel Nagy, Artist and Repertoire Producer - RCA Records, 1133 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10036 '57; RCA Staff '40; Co-Owner and Teacher - Nagy Ceramics and Liberal Arts School '48 - '52; Own dance band (En and Her Royal Men) '34 - 40; Awny, Naras, Country Music Association; Co-Producer - Grammy Award Album Beautiful Isle of Somewhere (artist:  Jake Hess); Grammy nominations '67 (Living Voices Wish Me A Rainbow) for Best Performance by a Chorus, '69 (Living Voices Angel Of The Morning) for Best Contemporary Performance by a Chorus; Temple University (Music Supervision), '39 - '40 (Class of '43); Columiba University '45 - '48; B. Milmont Park, PA 1921; P. Karoly and Margaret Horvath de Nagy (Deceased); H. Gustave Gabriel (Deceased); Res. New York.

Trombonist: Philadelphia Women's Symphony Orchestra 1939

Studied Trombone with the legendary brass specialist Dr. Donald S. Reinhardt

RCA RECORDS

                    Joseph Cicippio:  Chains to Roses (Biography)

                    General Omar Bradley (Biography)

                    Biography:   Norman Rockwell

                    Biography:   Admiral 'Bull' Halsey

                    Soldiers in Greasepaint - USO

                    Documentary:   The 100th Anniversary of Dow Jones

(there are many more awards, and kudos from many artists, but this gives you a good idea of the tremendous accomplishments, work and   experience of Ethel Gabriel (Bill)

 

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