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21. Links
julian rhodes virtuoso organist, pianist harpsichordist. Recordings, biography,concert schedule, newsletters. The Artemis Photography Site
LINKS Selected links to other websites of interest. Last updated 3 June 2000.
Personal homepages:
  • Paintings by Cynthia Large
    A gallery of work by an American artist who writes: "Theology is combined in my paintings and sculptures with ideas about music and mental illness; these themes form the overlapping spheres of genius, madness, and spiritual ecstacy". Two works include decorated keys and organ pipes: Lorca and the Monk and Schumann duet . Highly original and highly recommended.
    Hector C. Parr's Website

    Physics, Cosmology, Philosophy and Organ Music. Includes a perceptive essay discussing how organ music appears to the non-specialist listener.
    The Temple of Music

    Charlie Lester's review of the inaugural concert, given by by J.S. Bach, on the Temple's 100,000-pipe organ.

    The electronic mailing list for discussion about organs and their music. This website contains information about the list, a facility for searching the piporg-l archives, and many links.
    The National Pipe Organ Register (UK)
    An ongoing project to document every organ in Britain, currently containing several thousand stoplists.

22. Biographical Notes
julian rhodes was born in Derbyshire, England in 1964. He now pursues aninternational career as a concert organist, pianist and harpsichordist (see the
HELENA WOJTCZAK was born in Sussex, England, and raised in London. She holds an Honours degree in psychology, social science and social history. She has been a consultant historian to the National Railway Museum, and also an expert contributor to 'The Oxford Companion to British Railway History' (OUP 1997). Her own book 'The History of Women Workers on the Railway 1830-2000' is due to be published by Cassell. Click here to visit her website 'Railway Women in Wartime' , a photographic history of women performing manual railway work during both World Wars. Click here to visit her website , a mid-nineteenth century social history. Helena's own photographic interests are centered upon people and animals, pictured in their environments. She prefers to work spontaneously, employing her camera as a visual notebook. Helena's other interests include local history, the womens' movement, and green politics.
JULIAN RHODES was born in Derbyshire, England in 1964. He attended Chethams School of Music, and completed his musical studies in Manchester and London. He now pursues an international career as a concert organist, pianist and harpsichordist (see the Artemis Agency website ). He performs over 3,000 years of music, from ancient Sumeria and Greece to his own compositions and arrangements. He has appeared on television and radio, and has made several CD recordings. He is particularly interested in the history and design of pipe-organs (see his

23. Plough And Stars
This trio (Jason Beek on drums, julian Jefferies and Wayne rhodes on guitar) Boston blues singer Steve Hurl, and bluesboogie pianist Bruce Ward bring
Bad Art Ensemble
The Beacons
Anything that pumps,jumps, rocks and swings or "goes down easy"is fair games for this quartet! The common thread is Blues, played and sung with a passion. Mike Pyle on guitar, Bob Alfano on pumpin' piano, Ken Steiner on "Dog House Bass", and Phil Neighbors on drums. Jump on this.
This trio (Jason Beek on drums, Julian Jefferies and Wayne Rhodes on guitar) plays traditional and original songs in a broke and hungry, ragged and dirty, barroom style. Some of their influences include Dock Boggs, Jessie Mae Hemphill, R. L. Burnside, Spider John Koerner, and Mississippi Fred McDowell
Brass Roots
The Boston based Rockabilly trio and the core of the western swing super group, The Spurs, have gotten rave reviews. They play with vengeance and fire. A great way to spend a Rockabilly Sunday night.
The Eilen Jewel Band Electrolux Flexible Flyer Stringband The Gilmans Handsome Frank Handsome Frank is a four piece original groove experiment. They like to explore the funky side of jazz and rock. When they play The Plough the entire room comes alive. Come join us and you will see what we mean. A great find. Hot Day at the Zoo This all-original five piece string band is pioneering a new genre of music their fans call " zoograss". It's a high energy, gritty-urban-bluegrass with elements of folk, blues, ragtime and jazz. HDATZ embodies what it means to cast youe trobles aside, put a smile on your face, a sway to your hips and have a good time!

24. Biographical Notes
julian rhodes was born in Derbyshire, England in 1964. career as a concertorganist, pianist and harpsichordist (see julian rhodes website).
HELENA WOJTCZAK was born in Sussex, England, and raised in London. Helena's photographic interests are centered upon people and animals, pictured in their environments. She prefers to work spontaneously, employing her camera as a visual notebook.
JULIAN RHODES was born in Derbyshire, England in 1964. He attended Chethams School of Music, and completed his musical studies in Manchester and London. He now pursues an international career as a concert organist, pianist and harpsichordist (see Julian Rhodes' website ). He performs over 3,000 years of music, from ancient Sumeria and Greece to his own compositions and arrangements. He has appeared on television and radio, and has made several CD recordings. He is particularly interested in the history and design of pipe-organs (see his dream-organs website Julian passed away in March, 2001. This short biography, written by Julian in 1999, is left untouched as a mark of respect.
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25. C24 Music Playlist For Jun 11, 2005
1238am. Phillip rhodes Love Song Veblen String Quartet Centaur 2597 julian Lloyd Webber, cello Decca 2334 John O Conor, pianist Telarc 80313
Saturday, June 11, 2005 MID - 1AM Johann Halvorsen: Festival March
Latvian National Symphony Orchestra
Terje Mikkelsen, conductor
Simax 1199
Felix Mendelssohn: Violin Concerto
Philharmonia Orchestra
Giuseppe Sinopoli, conductor
Gil Shaham, violin
DG 427656
Phillip Rhodes: Love Song
Veblen String Quartet
Centaur 2597
Franz Rossler: Horn Concerto
Concerto Amsterdam Jaap Schroder, conductor Hermann Baumann, horn Acanta 43278
Oskar Merikanto: Song without Words Izumi Tateno, piano Finlandia 904 Edward MacDowell: To a Wild Rose Manhattan Chamber Orchestra Richard Auldon Clark, conductor KOCH 7282 Johannes Brahms: Symphony #3 Chicago Symphony Orchestra James Levine, conductor RCA 61849 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Contradanse Academy of St. Martin in the Fields Neville Marriner, conductor Philips 422545 Cyprien Katsaris: In Memoriam Mozart Cyprien Katsaris, piano Sony 52551 Alexander Glazunov: Symphony #5: Scherzo Bavarian Radio Symphony Neeme Jarvi, conductor Orfeo 93101 Joaquin Turina: The Bullfighter's Prayer Orpheus Chamber Orchestra DG 431680 Orchestra of Paris Daniel Barenboim, conductor

26. Trummerflora Presents Spring Reverb 2005 - Artist Bios
julian Cowley, in The Wire, The Much Travelled rhodes , September 2003 As a pianist he has commissioned and premiered works by numerous composers
June 2, Thursday - 7pm
MCA San Diego
- Downtown
1001 Kettner Blvd. at Broadway
Thursday Night Thing
Free ($3 suggested donation) June 3, Friday - 8pm
Sushi Take Out at
Wonder Bread Building
147 14th Street
(between L and Imperial)
Downtown San Diego
presented in conjunction with Sushi Performance and Visual Art $20 general / $15 seniors/sushi members / $10 students June 4, Saturday - 2pm Voz Alta Project 1544 Broadway - East Village (northwest corner of 16th and Broadway) Downtown San Diego $15 all day / $10 half day Sunday, June 5, 2-5pm Family Day Workshop at Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego - La Jolla 700 Prospect Street La Jolla The Trummerflora Collective is an independent group of music makers that embraces the pluralistic nature of creative music as an important means of artistic expression for the individual and the community, and provides an atmosphere that nurtures the creative development of its members. Trummerflora is collective in residence at Voz Alta where they curate Other Ideas, a forum for new independent music.

27. Featured Links -
William Westney Concert pianist, Author and Educator Discover more about anacclaimed Website of the late julian rhodes, maintained by his friends.
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The Goldberg Variations

A website dedicated to J.S. Bach, including articles, images, music and more.
Learn about JS Bach's long lost tuning system and its rediscovery by Bradley Lehman.

William Westney - Concert Pianist, Author and Educator
Discover more about an acclaimed musical performer whose stimulating educational work has been termed "fascinating" (The New York Times), and "enlightening" (Aspen Music School).

"The Love Affairs of Great Musicians, Volume I" (1903) by Rupert Hughes "Musicians as lovers! The very phrase evokes and parades a pageant of amours! The thousand heartaches; the fingers clutching hungrily at keys that might be other fingers; the fiddler with his eyelids clenched while he dreams that the violin, against his cheek is the satin cheek of 'the inexpressive She;' the singer with a cry in every note; the moonlit youth with the mandolin tinkling his serenade to an ivied window; the dead-marches; the nocturnes; the amorous waltzes; the duets; the trills and trinkets of flirtatious scherzi; the laughing roulades; the discords melted into concord as solitude into the arms of reunion these are music's very own." See Chapter 8 for JS Bach.

28. WU Libraries - Gaylord Music Library - Necrology - R
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  • Ra, Sun [Herman "Sonny" Blount] , d. 5/30/1993 at 79. St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 5/31/1993.
    "Sunny". b. 1914. Rolling Stone, no. 660-661, July 8-22, 1993.
    b. 5/22/1914. Jazz Journal International, v. 46 no. 8, Aug. 1993.
    Le Sonyr Ra , d. 5/29/1993. Jazz Magazine, no. 428, July-Aug. 1993. Raasch, Horst , trombonist, d. 6/8/2000. Orchester, v. 48 no. 10, Oct. 2000. Raasted, Jørgen [Jorgen, Joergen] , Danish musicologist, d. 5/5/1995 at 68 in Copenhagen. Dansk Årbog [Aarbog] for Musikforskning, v. 23, 1995. Rabbitt, Eddie , American country-pop singer and songwriter, d. 5/8/1998 at 56 in Nashville, TN. St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 5/9/1998.
    Edward T. Rabbitt . International Musician, v. 97 no. 6, Dec. 1998.
    d. 5/7/1998. Rolling Stone, no. 802-803, 12/24/1998-1/7/1999. Rabello, Raphael , d. at 32. Classical Guitar, v. 14 no. 1, Sept. 1995.
    d. 4/27/1995. Guitar Review, no. 102, Summer 1995.

29. The KISS F.A.Q. - Who's Who & What's What In KISStory © Julian Gill
pianist who plays on “Nothin’ To Lose” on the first KISS album Song cowriterand rhodes performer on the KISS-related album Where s My Hero ,
Important people, places, and other "things" in KISStory!
B C D ... Z
10th East 23rd Street
The Bridge for Casablanca in 1981, before switching to Neil Bogart's post-Casablanca record label Boardwalk to release their 1982 album "Megaforce". This album features a song called "Megaforce" which Tod later rewrote for Ace Frehley's 1988 album, "Calling To You". 707 have two earlier albums on Casablanca which do not feature Tod.
A Taste Of Platinum
Ace Frehley Band, The
Ace In The Hole Studios
Ackerson, Shelley
Adams, Bryan Alive! Alive II · The second live album. Recorded at the Forum, Los Angeles, CA with part possibly from the abandoned Japanese Tokyo recording from April 1977, and with some songs recorded live in the studio... The studio side features Bob Kulick on 4 songs with Ace only playing on "Rocket Ride". Rick Derringer is still suggested to have played on "Larger Than Life". This album includes several premiums: The Evolution Of KISS booklet, tattoo sheet, and merchandise order form... Alive III Alive/Worldwide World Tour 1996-7 All Star Cadillac Brass · Providers of the ending part of "Cadillac Dreams", arranged by Paul Stanley...

30. BIOGRAPHY OF Julian Rhodes
julian rhodes was born on 10th November 1964, in the heart of the Derbyshire schedules and the travelling but, a solo pianist and organist at heart,
Julian Rhodes was born on 10th November 1964, in the heart of the Derbyshire coalfields. He was adopted by the Tilleys as a baby and given the name Nigel. He grew up in Chesterfield, an only child. Later he discovered he had been born 'Julian Rhodes', and he reverted to this name in 1993. After picking out his first tune on the piano at the age of five, he began studies locally. He quickly became fascinated by the organ, and was soon accompanying services at Ampleforth Abbey, Southwell Minster and St. Paul's Cathedral, among others. Aged twelve, his success at a BBC1 piano competition, 'Major-Minor' led to the award of a place at the prestigious Chetham's School of Music, Manchester. Julian left home at 16 to board at Chetham's, where he was introduced to the harpsichord and clavichord. He went on to the Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester and then moved to London to finish his degree at the Guildhall School of Music. Here he met Piers Adams, budding recorder maestro, who was to become a close friend as well as a musical colleague. During this period Julian won awards from the Countess of Munster Trust and the Craxton Memorial Trust. His London debut was at the Wigmore Hall in 1987, performing on piano, organ and harpsichord. He was invited by the Maisie Lewis Fund to present a recital at the Purcell Room: the programme included music from 13th-century Spain to 20th-century America (it was cancelled owing to Julian's illness.) In the mid to late 1980s he played synthesiser with a rock band and gave classical concerts with Piers Adams, the pair were promoted as

31. Julian Rhodes
julian rhodes virtuoso pianist, organist, harpsichordist. Biography, reviews,recordings, concerts and more.
Julian Rhodes died on 15th March 2001
at the tragically young age of 36
This site is a tribute to him
by his former partner,
Helena Wojtczak
Link to Julian's
own website, Dream Organs Biography of Julian Rhodes
Memorials Photographs (8 pages) ... Picture credits You are visitor number since 4th August 2001 Member of the The Classical Music Web Ring The free linking service hosted by Classical Music UK Previous Random Next ... All Member of the Harpsichord and Clavichord Web Ring Previous 5 Sites Skip Previous Previous ... List Sites Member of the Organ Web Ring Skip Prev Prev Next ... List Sites

32. Worldwide Internet Music Resources: Instrumentalists
julian rhodes, pianist, organist, harpsichordist; Artur Rubinstein (BMG Classics);Peter Serkin (BMG Classics). Recorder. David Bellugi, recorder player
William and Gayle Cook Music Library
Indiana University School of Music
Worldwide Internet Music Resources
  • Diran Alexanian
  • Hugo Becker
  • Ennio Bolognini
  • Suren Bagratuni ...
  • Anner Bylsma (Sony Classical)
  • Bach, The Fencing Master / Anner Bylsma
  • The Life and Influence of Pablo Casals / by Marshall St. John
  • Portrait of Pablo Casals
  • Gaspar Cassado
  • Han Na Chang
  • Hamilton Cheifetz ...
  • Conversations with Lynn Harrell (by Tim Finholt)
  • Beatrice Harrison
  • Steven Isserlis (Hyperion-records)
  • Natalia Khoma
  • Maria Kliegel (Naxos)
  • Yo-Yo Ma (Sony Classical)
  • John Michel (Internet Cello Society, director)
  • May Mukle
  • Gregor Piatigorsky (BMG)
  • Alfredo Piatti
  • Carlos Prieto
  • Leonard Rose
  • Mistislav Rostrpovich (EMI Classics)
  • Janos Starker (BMG)
  • Janos Starker
  • Conversations with Janos Starker (by Tim Finholt) Double-Bass
  • Edgar Meyer (Sony Classical) Flutists
  • James Galway (DJ Records)
  • Interview with James Galway (from
  • 33. PIPORG-L Links Of Topical Interest
    Ton Reijnaerdts, organist and photographer, Maastricht, The Netherlands;julian rhodes, concert organist, pianist and harpsichordist, Sussex, England
    PIPORG-L Links of Topical Interest

    34. Records International Catalogue November 1999
    julian rhodes (virginal, spinet and harpsichord). the Irish pianist s naturalgrace and mixture of delightful filigree and charming melodic invention
    January 2000 January 1999 January 1998 February 2000 ... Return Home VICTOR BENDIX The 4 Symphonies Two World Premiere Australian Symphonies An Icelandic Volcanic Eruption! CONSTANT LAMBERT (1905-1951): Piano Concerto, Merchant Seamen - Suite, Pomona, Prize Fight. This excellent disc contains a previously unheard film score (for a wartime documentary) full of vivid imagery and wonderfully imaginative scoring, to rival anything of Vaughan Williams in the medium, together with the 19-year-old Lambert's earliest surviving orchestral work, the ballet Prize Fight, which could pass itself off as high-quality Bliss without much trouble. Throughout his music an uneasy undercurrent of impending tragedy runs under the fantastically crafted, cosmopolitan surface, and this is what gives his remarkably consistent output its unquestionable vitality, tension and strength. This disc is worthy of the highest recommendation. David Owen Norris (piano), BBC Concert Orchestra; Barry Wordsworth. ASV White Line WHL 2122 (England) RUED LANGGAARD - ANTICHRIST - Church Opera in 6 Scenes Husum Festival 1998 FRANCESCO ONOFRIO MANFREDINI (1684-1762): 12 Concerti Grossi, Op. 3. These charming concerti grossi contain Manfredini's most well-known work - No. 12, the so-called "Christmas Concerto" - and they show the influence of Vivaldi and demonstrate a gift for easy melodic invention. Capella Istropolitana; Jaroslav Krcek. Naxos 8.553891 (New Zealand)

    Phillip rhodes Christopher Rouse Howard Sandroff Peter Schickele JennyLin pianist Valentina Lisitsa Piano julian LloydWebber Cello
    Chicago Symphony Orchestra
    Grant Park Music Festival
    Lyric Opera of Chicago
    Ravinia Festival
    Other Chicago-Area Performing Organizations Apollo Chorus of Chicago
    Ars Antigua
    Ars Musica Chicago
    Ars Viva
    Bach Week Festival
    Bella Voce [Formerly His Majestie's Clerks] Chamber Music Society of the North Shore Chicago A cappella Chicago Chamber Musicians Chicago Choral Artists Chicago Ensemble Chicago Master Singers Chicago Opera Theater Chicago Saxophone Quartet Chicago Sinfonietta Chicago Youth Symphony Orchestra Chinese Fine Arts CUBE Ensemble da Corneto Opera [Chicago's Concert Opera Company] Elgin Symphony Orchestra Experimental Sound Studio Highland Park Strings Lake Forest Symphony Light Opera Works Music of the Baroque Newberry Consort North Shore Choral Society Northbrook Symphony Northshore Concert Band Northwest Symphony Orion Ensemble Opera In Focus [Puppet Opera with Bill Fosser] Opera Moda Performing Arts Chicago Pilgrim Chamber Players Prairie Brass Band Rembrandt Chamber Players Symphony II Symphony of Oak Park and River Forest William Ferris Chorale Chicago-Area Venues Center for Performing Arts (Governor's State University) DePaul University School of Music McAninch Arts Center (College of DuPage) Fermilab Arts Series - Ramsey Auditorium (Batavia) Fourth Church Concert Series Holy Name Cathedral Music Music Institute of Chicago Northeastern Illinois University Music Pick-Staiger Concert Hall (Northwestern University) Unity Temple Concert Series

    36. The Stranger - Music - Classical, Jazz & Avant Concerts - Concerts
    julian Priester, bandleader Jim Knapp, pianist Randy Halberstadt, and RyanBurns on Fender rhodes electric piano, were great at Bumbershoot.

    37. Rubbra: A Discography
    Countertenor Mark Chambers, pianist David Mason. Opus 11. Piers Adams,recorder, julian rhodes, piano. on Dutton Epoch CDLX 7106, CD, 2000.
    me. (May take a while but I will get back to you!)
    And two links:
    The main portion of my page about Rubbra's music is here and
    my homepage is here
    on Deux Elles DXL 1012, CD, 2001. Counter-Tenor Mark Chambers, Pianist David Mason.
    Opus 3. Dormi Jesu.
    on RCA Red Seal LRL1 5119, LP, 1976. St. Margaret's Westminster Singers conducted by Richard Hickox.
    on Collins Classics 12702, CD, 1990. The Sixteen, Harry Christophers conducting. (under the title "Virgin's Cradle Hymn.")
    Opus 4, #1. The Mystery (for solo voice a cappella.)
    on Deux Elles DXL 1012, CD, 2001. Counter-tenor Mark Chambers. on Deux Elles DXL 1012, CD, 2001. Mark Chambers, countertenor, and the Caractacus String Quartet. on Globe GLO 5182, CD, 1999?. Soprano - Rachel Ann Morgan, Harpist - Edward Witsenburg. on Deux Elles DXL 1012, CD, 2001. Counter-tenor Mark Chambers, Pianist David Mason. Opus 11. Sonata #1, for violin and piano. on Dutton Epoch CDLX 7101, CD, 1999. Krysia Osostowicz, violin and Michael Dussek, piano. on Etcetera KTC 1212, CD, 1997. Rachel Ann Morgan, soprano amp; harp.

    38. Northern Irish Pipe Organs - Links
    Michael Gailit, organist and pianist titular organist St Augustine s; julian rhodes Dream Organs http//
    Links to Northern Irish Music Resources

    39. Homepage Loet Van Der Lee
    pianist Rob van Bavel is absoluut een meester op de Fender rhodes, zeer origineelin zijn Altist Benjamin Herman vervult de rol van Nat s broer julian
    De pers over The Adderley Project
    januari 2001, door Dirk Koppes
    Haagse Courant
    02-02-01, door Bert Jansma
    februari / maart 2001
    Muziek Wereld
    februari 2001, door Hans Stap
    De Telegraaf
    15 maart 2001, door Rene Steenhorst
    Het Financieel Dagblad
    24-03-01 door Han Schulte
    Jazz Thing
    - 2001 - door Rudiger Bottger U kunt de cd ook bestellen Carp, januari 2001, door Dirk Koppes [top]
    Haagse Courant 02-02-01, door Bert Jansma [top] Showbizzinfo - februari / maart 2001 - The Adderley Project is de eerste van de twee cd's die dit jaar verschijnen van het Loet van der Lee Quartet. Een cd waarmee trompettist Loet van der Lee een hommage brengt aan de vorig jaar overleden Amerikaanse kornettist Nat Adderley. Het bekendere werk van Nat staat op deze cd die door de jazz liefhebber zeker moet worden beluisterd. Het begint op deze ruim 50 minuten durende cd al met het meesterwerk Worksong, die een Van der Lee sausje heeft gekregen, maar ook de andere niet Adderley nummers behoren tot 'voer voor de liefhebbers' van het instrumentale werk. [top] Muziek Wereld - jaargang 82 nummer 2, 2001 - door Hans Stap

    40. MMD Archives Subject Index For: John
    2000.08.29.02, Player Piano Books by John McTammany, from julian Dyer 2000.01.27.10, Seek pianist John La Montaine, from Bruce Clark
    Mechanical Music Digest Archives MMD Archives Subject Index (J) John
    The most recent submissions are listed first.
    Digest Nr Subject and Author John Wrasse, Instrument Mover, Western Trip, from Korin Iverson John Wrasse, Instrument Mover, from Korin Iverson Seek Piano Rolls by John Coltrane, from Janet Seapker John Farrell's New A-Roll, from Dan Wilson FS: John Farrell's New A-roll, from Bob Billings Instrument Mover John Wrasse, from Randolph Herr New JAM A-roll by John Farrell, from Roy Clason New JAM A-roll by John Farrell, from Mark Forer New JAM A-roll by John Farrell, from John Farrell Book "Little Slaves of the Harp" by John Zucchi, from Robbie Rhodes Musical Instrument Mover John Wrasse, from Bruce Clark Musical Instrument Mover John Wrasse, from Rich Marschner Musical Instrument Mover John Wrasse, from Tom Hutchinson John Wrasse, Instrument Mover, from Tom Hutchinson John Smith 26-note Busker Organ Plans, from Bob Meyer Seek John Smith 26-note Busker Organ Plans, from Bill Harman John Phillips Recovering At Home, from John Phillips John Phillips Recovering After Heart Attack

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