Harry Breuer  

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"Immortalized on the cover of RE/Search's Incredibly Strange Music, volume 1, Harry Breuer was actually one of the few musicians of the space age bachelor pad music era to treat percussion music as something more than a gimmick. Breuer switched from violin to xylophone while in high school and became a virtuoso on the instrument at a time when it was still quite a novelty item." spaceagepop.com

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Harry Breuer October 24, 1901, Brooklyn, New York - June 27, 1989, New York City) was an American musician working within the space age pop tradition. During the 1950s he recorded for Audio Fidelity Records. He collaborated with Jean-Jacques Perrey on the album The Happy Moog!.

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