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81. 0405 Education Series -- Harriman Arts Program Of William Jewell College
The accompanist to some of today s most loved artists, warren jones The pianistdrew from his remarkable technique as he instructed piano students.
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sat sep 18 04
forbis recital hall, wjc campus - 10:30 a.m.
Quintet members worked with preselected students. boston brass quintet
sat sep 18 04
music hall, k.c. - 8 p.m.
part of the great music and dance series free vocal master class led by
mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato wed sep 29 04 forbis recital hall, wjc campus Ms. DiDonato worked with preselected students. Fresh from performing as Cinderella for the Lyric Opera of Kansas City, Joyce DiDonato offered guidance to preselected voice students. DiDonato, a Kansas City native, received the Richard Tucker Prize in 2000, and makes her Metropolitan Opera debut in 2005. free master class led by Warren Jones fri nov 19 04 forbis recital hall, wjc campus The accompanist to some of today's most loved artists, Warren Jones brought his unique talent to the William Jewell campus as he led a master class for select student vocalists and pianists. Jones performed with Denyce Graves on November 20. denyce graves mezzo-soprano sat nov 20 04 folly theater, k.c. - 8 p.m.

82. Piano - Jean Echenoz
Adam Marsjones, The Observer; Echenoz has produced a superb and stunning bodyof fiction. warren Motte, Review of Contemporary Fiction
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by Jean Echenoz general information review summaries our review links ... about the author Title: Piano Author: Jean Echenoz Genre: Novel Written: 2003 (Eng. 2004) Length: 179 pages Original in: French Availability: Piano - US Piano - UK Piano - Canada Au Piano - Canada Au Piano - France Am Piano - Deutschland
  • French title: Au piano
  • Translated by Mark Polizzotti
- Return to top of the page - Our Assessment: A : bizarre, charming See our review for fuller assessment. Review Summaries Source Rating Date Reviewer FAZ Joseph Hanimann Claude Lebrun The Independent Amanda Hopkinson The NY Times Book Rev. Caryn James The Observer Adam Mars-Jones Rev. of Contemp. Fiction A Summer/2003 Warren Motte San Francisco Chronicle Robin Somers Scotland on Sunday A John Burnside The Spectator Lee Langley TLS Lucy Dallas TLS Lucy Dallas Review Consensus Generally very impressed From the Reviews
  • "Echenoz hat seine einst in den Details breit gestreute Erzählbewegung in diesem Buch weiter gestrafft. Das Beiläufige ist vom Hauptgeschehen gleichsam geschluckt und läuft nun mit wie Obertonreihen. Das erspart dem vom Tasten- zum Getränkemixvirtuosen avancierten Romanhelden die allegorische Kälte, die den Figuren von Echenoz sonst bisweilen drohte." -

83. Lester Young & Others The Essential Lester Young CD
With the group coled by trumpeter Carl Smith and drummer Jo jones and With three tracks under the leadership of sublimely elegant pianist Teddy Wilson

84. Artemis Records - Artist News
pianist/COMPOSER AND MEMPHIS NATIVE MICHAEL WOLFF RETURNS HOME TO He willplay piano along with John B. Williams on bass and Victor jones on drums.

85. Artemis Records - Artist News

86. Complete Contents Of The JAZZ CLASSICS Compact Disc
Dixie Hummingbirds and a pianist; recorded in 1951; reissued on disc 2, performed by John Coltrane, McCoy Tyner, Jimmy Garrison Elvin jones;
Complete Contents of the JAZZ CLASSICS CD for Jazz Styles Each solo on this Compact Disc is accessable via its own track, meaning instant access to that track, with no waiting or fast forwarding. SIDE ONE
  • African-American Pitch Bending Illustrations
    • Street Cries of Charleston " (excerpt); no recording date, composer or performer credits are known; this is owned by Fantasy Records, originally issued by Riverside Records; reissued as Riverside History Of Classic Jazz , Fantasy: 3RBCD-005-2, disc 1, track 2.
    • Fisherman, Strawberry, Devil Crab" (excerpt); recorded July 29, 1958; first issued on the album, Miles Davis, Porgy And Bess , Columbia CS 8085, side 2, track 3; composer: George Gershwin; arranger: Gil Evans; trumpet soloist: Miles Davis.
  • African-American Retentions Sequence
    • "Hunter's Dance" (30 second excerpt); this is a West African field recording made by Gilbert Rouget; no composer or performer credits are known; owned by Vogue, which is a French company and by Everest, which is an American record company; originally available on the French LP, Musique D' Afrique Occidentale , Vogue LVLX 193; later issued on
  • 87. SUBROSA
    left handed pianist Gary Graffman, Irish violinist Catherine Leonard, pianistWarren jones, violinist Gilles Apap and The Colors of Invention,
    SUBROSA The Huntington Rose and Perennial Gardens Newsletter Number 36 May - June 2004 Subrosa is published by Docent, Volunteer, and Workshop members of the Herb, Rose and Shakespeare Gardens
    CONTENTS (To skip directly to an article, just click on the title below; pictures may be enlarged by clicking on the picture)
    The Huntington Docents' Experience With Camerata Pacifica
    Camerata Pacifica's Experience With The Huntington Docents

    From The Curator

    Basil: Favorite Herb For Pesto
    Reference Books and Our "Little Red Wagon"
    By Michelle Mackel At the All Volunteer Council meeting on September 5, 2003 an announcement was made that Volunteers were needed to assist with the series of chamber music concerts to be given by Camerata Pacifica of Santa Barbara at The Huntington during their 2003-2004 season. Four tried-and-true Garden Docents immediately answered the call: Dick Malott, Yllka Runkle, Bea Whyld, and this writer. Dick, ready to take tickets On September 22, we met in Friends Hall for the first concert, not really knowing what was expected of us. However, in just a few minutes we had organized ourselves into ticket takers, program distributor, and usher. We also stuff programs with the current handouts and collect the seat markers after each performance. We have now performed these duties with such regularity, we consider ourselves professionals in these fields.

    88. Baldwin Piano Company
    1891 Designed by Baldwin piano technician and inventor John warren Macy, Subsequently, Baldwin hired Robert jones as the new chief executive officer and
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    In 1862, reed organ and violin teacher Dwight Hamilton Baldwin opened the doors to his music store in Cincinnati, Ohio. During the next quarter century, Baldwin became one of the largest piano retailers in the Midwestern United States.

    Michael jones is one of those helping us find our way he is also an the pianist and the piano the invisible other - that cannot be mapped, analysed,
    Peter Senge, author of The Fifth Discipline and founder; The Society for Organizational Learning
    Then the old man looked at me, his eyes clear and sober and asked,
    " Who will play your music , of you don't play it yourself?"
    In that moment I knew that my life was about to change.
    From Creating an Imaginative Life- Michael Jones
    Michael Jones
    T wenty years ago Michael Jones left his leadership and consulting practice to create a new home for himself. It was to play his own music and share this music with the world. This dream led to the creation of Pianoscapes (1985), a recording of original piano solos which also became the first release on the Narada

    Finding Our Way Home
    A New Leadership Story
    The Roots of Aliveness
    So for leaders (and Michael defines a leader as anyone who desires to lead a complete and fulfilling life) to ask where they come from, what has shaped and inspired them and when they first felt a sense of belonging and love of place, they can begin to re- imagine how to create a living environment so that they and other can continue to learn and develop. Too often our gifts go unnoticed and undeveloped because we could not find the right home for them to take seed and grow. In his talks and seminars Michael draws upon his own music and stories to help others re-experience the original patternings of home. In so doing he offers a memorable and deeply personal experience on how the imagination can transform the ordinary to the extraordinary and help others connect to the roots of aliveness in their own life and work.

    90. Pw: Philadelphia Weekly Online
    Jazz clubs are closing all over the country, warren points out, which is why she s So when I see someone like Norah jones, it s a mixed blessing.

    91. Isham Jones And His Orchestra
    Isham jones and his Orchestra discography. A history of Jazz before 1930. (Harry warren / Al Dubin), 94-1934, New York, New York, Decca
    By Tim Gracyk
    from the book "Popular American Recording Pioneers 1895 -1925." If you would like to order a copy of this book, click here for details.
    Isham Jones led one of the finest dance bands of the 1920s and wrote many hits, notably " It Had To Be You I'll See You In My Dreams Swingin' Down the Lane
    Isham, pronounced "eye- sham," moved to Chicago in 1915 and continued composing, often working in the World War I period with lyricist Olaf ("Ole") Olsen, a member of Jones's early Chicago band (later, in 1926, Ole Olsen and His Orchestra recorded three titles for Pathé Actuelle). One of their works from 1917 is among the first songs to refer to the new music called "jass." Actually, the spelling used is even more unorthodox: the song is "That's Jaz!" Possibly the songwriters had not seen the word "jazz" (or "jass") in print when they wrote the song. Its lyrics refer to saxophones and banjos, so the writers did not have the Original Dixieland Jass Band (ODJB) specifically in mind though they would have known the sensation the band made in Chicago in 1916. It is possible that Jones's own band at the time featured saxophones and banjos.
    The first Isham Jones tune to be recorded was probably the comic "Oh! Min!" It is sung by Edward Meeker on Blue Amberol 3514, issued in August 1918. Another 1918 composition by Isham Jones is "Indigo Blues," recorded by

    92. Alberta Hunter
    (jones / Taylor), 51921, New York, New York, Black Swan (Charlie Johnson /warren Smith / Lloyd Smith), 7-1922, New York, New York, Paramount 12006-A
    King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band played. During her stay there she became friends with Oliver's pianist Lil Hardin who was also from Memphis. After this Hunter became a full fledged star and was billed as the "Sweetheart of Dreamland". After her show at the Dreamland she would take a train to another club and sing some more. One night her piano player was shot and killed while they were on stage. Clearly, gangsterism was out of control in Chicago. In 1921 Alberta moved to New York and launched her recording career with the Black Swan label with Fletcher Henderson's Novelty Orchestra, but she switched to Paramount in 1922 where Fletcher Henderson continued to accompany her on the piano. Hunter wrote a lot of her own material and her song " Down Hearted Blues ", became Bessie Smith's first record in 1923. That same year she became the first African-American singer to be backed up by a White band, when the Original Memphis Five supported her on " Tain't Nobody's Biz-ness If I Do " and " If You Want To Keep Your Daddy Home ", and "

    93. BJU ~ Piano Faculty
    Educational background BS, MA, Bob jones University; additional study at the Family husband, warren, also on the music faculty, and three children
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    Bob Jones University
    Piano Faculty
    Peter Davis, department head email Educational background: B.S., M.Mus., M.A., Bob Jones University, Ph.D., University of Oklahoma; additional study at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro Academic Area: applied piano, piano pedagogy, music technology, composition Professional Organizations: Music Teachers National Association, National Piano Guild Publications: recently published six volumes of graded sacred piano arrangements through SoundForth; other choral and instrumental arrangements published with SoundForth, C and L, and Jantz publications. Family: wife Leslie, and two children: Bethany and Emily

    94. BJU ~ Church Music Faculty
    Educational background BS, Ball State University; MA, Bob jones University; Ministry pianist at Faith Free Presbyterian Church, yearly speaker at the
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    Bob Jones University
    Church Music Faculty
    Fred Coleman, department head email 864.242.5100 x.2773 Educational background: B.S., Ball State University; M.A., Bob Jones University; additional study at Vandercook School of Music; Westminster Choir College and the Robert Shaw Choral Institute; student of Rolf Legbandt. Hometown: Charlestown, Indiana Membership: Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Academic Area: head of the church music department, music literature, director of the University Chorus Performances and Publications: several SATB octavos, a men's collection published in 1999 by SoundForth, recently conducted a lecture/recital on Isaac Watts.

    95. Warren Smith
    Cash was armed with a song he d written (or purchased from George jones! He painted warren SMITH THE ROCK N ROLL RUBY MAN on the back of his car - a
    February 1999.
    It was February 1956
    Born in Humphreys County Mississippi
    near the blues-drenched Yazoo City on February 7th 1932, Smith had been raised in Louise, MS with his grandparents following the divorce of his parents. After a spell in the Air Force, and with music very much his passion, he made the move to the tune-town known as Memphis, Tennessee determined to make his fortune.
    The following Sunday (5th),
    By the 26th of May
    it was number 1 on the Memphis charts, helped no doubt by exposure from the local jocks and personal appearances all over town. After selling over sixty eight thousand copies by July, it was obvious that another session was needed to re-enforce this encouraging start. None of Sam's other stars had sold more copies with their debut, Elvis, Jerry Lee, Carl Perkins…. The summer included a mouth-watering week long tour of the Memphis area with Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins, Eddie Bond and new boys, Roy Orbison and the Teen Kings whose Ooby Dooby had just been released on Sun. Not a bad night out for the local's! The tour culminated with a show at Overton Shell park in Memphis in which Elvis made a non-performing appearance.
    In order to get more widespread exposure

    96. Warren Haynes: Wanted Man
    warren Haynes has become the most indemand guitarist in straight-ahead rock . We will be doing sessions with John Entwistle, John Paul jones,
    Warren Haynes: Wanted Man
    By Alan Paul
    Warren Haynes has become the most in-demand guitarist in straight-ahead rock. This summer, he will be featured in Gov’t Mule, the Allman Brothers Band and Phil and Friends. He’ll spend the rest of time in the studio with the likes of John Paul Jones and John Entwistle. In a Guitar World Online exclusive interview, Haynes breaks it all down. Even though James Brown has probably trademarked the title "hardest working man in show business" it would be hard for even the Godfather of Soul to deny that Warren Haynes should be wearing the crown these days. The guitarist keeps a schedule that would have almost anyone else questioning his or her sanity. For the past year, Haynes has been busier than an ant at a picnic, constantly touring or recording with Gov’t Mule, the Allman Brothers Band or Phil and Friends. and

    97. NEA Jazz Masters William "Count"Basie
    Though a pianist and occasional organist by trade, Count Basie’s notoriety stemsmainly Other great writers who worked with Basie included Quincy jones,

    98. Drummerworld: Philly Joe Jones
    Philly Joe jones was born with the name Joseph Rudolph jones in the city of 1955, after being found by Philly Joe, Miles hired pianist Red Garland from
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    July 15, 1923
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    Philly Joe Jones
    from: More info Billy Boy - Milestones Miles Davis Julia - Showcase Philly Joe Jones... Philly Joe Jones was born with the name Joseph Rudolph Jones in the city of Philadelphia on July 15, 1923. His mother, a piano teacher taught him the basics in music. In his formative years he also studied the drums with drummers the likes of Cozy Cole and Charles Wilcoxon, receiving valuable advise from Art Blakey and a then younger Max Roach. He established himself as "Philly Joe" Jones, from the name of the city of his birth, to distinguish himself from the mainstay Count Basie’s drummer, Jo Jones. But just as Jo Jones established the rhythm section standard in the 30’s and 40’s, Philly Joe would do the same in the 50’s. Chambers and Jones would be the dynamic rhythm section popular among soloists such as Sonny Rollins and Art Pepper. Jones was on many Blue Note recordings and was virtually house drummer for the Blue Note, Riverside, and Prestige record labels. His style has been described as "too loud" or "like a machine gunner." However one must listen carefully to appreciate his precision and energy. One excellent example of Jones’ playing can be heard of Coltrane’s album, Blue Train. Jones’ first album was in 1958, an LP for the Riverside record label. On his album were players that would become well known in the business: Nat Adderley, Julian Priester, Johnny Griffin and Tommy Flanagan. In his prime, Jones won great recognition. In Downbeat magazine polls he won the new star category on drums in 1957 and the main drum category in 1962. He was second place in 1961, second to Max Roach.

    99. Jones, Jo --  Encyclopædia Britannica
    jones, Jo black American musician, one of the most influential of all jazz and doomsday cult founded by North American pastor, James warren jones.

    100. Jones, Norah --  Encyclopædia Britannica
    jones, Norah In pop music the surprise of the year came at the 2003 Grammy singerpianist Norah jones, and her first CD, e Come Away with Me, /e

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