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41. Encyclopedia Piano
Events January 1 Russia accepts julian calendar. A rhodes piano is a musicalinstrument. A digital piano is a modern electronic musical instrument

42. Cannonball Adderley | Cannonball Plays Zawinul
as a composer and was one of the early adopters of the Fender rhodes electricpiano; Nat’s cornet solo is the calm after brother julian’s storm,
"I'll play it and tell you what it is later"
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Cannonball Plays Zawinul , the composer/pianist himself chooses the tunes to be included. The Black Messiah , features George Duke on the electric piano, and Adderley on soprano sax. Cannonball Plays Zawinul
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With a few refinements, it s the same process developed by julian Vereker guitar, and rhodes piano were recorded in a booth by a further pair of 414s.
A NAIM OF NOTE : June 2001 Sound On Sound Current Issue News Subscribers Shop Readers Ads People Technique Reviews Music Business Links Competition SoundBank Sound Advice Forum GLOSSARY of Technical Terms
A NAIM OF NOTE Recording For The Naim Label Published in SOS June 2001
Printer friendly version People : Industry/Music Biz You may know Naim as a UK-based hi-fi manufacturer, but they also own a record label, and apply the same esoteric standards to the records they release as they do to their audio equipment. Phil Ward investigates the label's obsession with sound and explains their recording and mastering techniques. It's remarkable that there is so little cross-fertilisation and cooperation between the hi-fi and recording industries, especially when you consider how badly they need each other in these days of ubiquitous lossy compression and on-line audio delivery. But then the relationship between the two industries has always been a touch frosty. Each side has historically seemed to view the other as a tolerable bunch of well-meaning amateurs at best and at worst as a hoard of dangerous loonies to be vilified at every opportunity. So it's a brave hi-fi company which becomes directly involved in the music recording process, thus deliberately putting itself in a position where it no longer has the excuse of "poor recording quality" to blame for any less-than-wonderful sounds which might emanate from its gear. It's particularly risky if the company has based its brand and business on a philosophy of putting the highest-possible sound quality first, second, and third.

44. News Room
Teddy Tahu rhodes, baritone; Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra; Ola Rudner, According to the Boston Globe, pianist Richard Goode “is among the best Mozart Archive/April_2005.htm
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April 07, 2005 Edition Recently-Released CD MOZART Requiem K626 - Virgin Classics Virgo 72435624782 Northern Sinfonia conducted by Richard Hickox Le Nozze di Figaro - Walhall WLCD 0093 (2 CDs) Recorded in New York 08/01/1949. Così fan tutte - EMI 0724355617026 (3 CDs) Alison Hagley Dorabella; Thomas Allen Don Alfonso; Hillevi Martinpelto – Fiofdiligi; Ann Murray – Despina; Gerald Finley – Guglielmo; Kurt Streit - Ferrando; Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment; The Choir of the Enlightenment, Simon Rattle, conducting. Live recording. ABC Classics ABC4728262 Teddy Tahu Rhodes, baritone; Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra; Ola Rudner, conducting. Le nozze di Figaro, K492: Se vuol ballare, signor Contino; Non piu andrai; Hai gia vinta la causa/Vedro mentr'io sospiro. Minuet in C, K527. Don Giovanni, K527: Madamina, il catalogo e questo ('Catalogue Aria'); Fin ch'han dal vino ('Champagne Aria'); Deh, vieni alla finestra (Serenade). Six German Dances, K571; Così fan tutte, K588: Non siate ritrosi; Donne mie, la fate a tanti; Aria for Bass: Rivolgete a lui lo sguardo, K584

45. JOHNNY FINGERS (PIANIST) ARTIST PROFILE: Live Specialist Band, Hire Johnny Finge
Johnny Fingers (pianist) profile page from Alive Network Entertainment Agency . Happy Christmas to you both ! Best Wishes Rebecca rhodes Fingers (pianist)

46. Klaus Suonsaari: Portrait In Sound & Offering
piano and Fender rhodes interjections create the accompaniment for a bemused Scott Robinson reeds; Frank Carlberg piano; julian F. Thayer bass.

47. Clark Tracey
Mornington Lockett, julian Arguelles, Gerard Presencer, Alec Dankworth, an octet shared with pianist Dave Newton, Continental Drift an 11 piece
Clark Tracey Clark Tracey was born in London, England in 1961. From an early age Clark took to the piano and vibraphones and at the age of 13 he turned to the drums and gigged until the age of 17 when, in 1978, he turned professional by joining his illustrious father Stan Tracey's various groups of that time. In that context he has toured and recorded extensively to the present day. In 1981 he formed the first of his own various groups which featured Django Bates and Iain Ballamy. Later groups have included Guy Barker, Jamie Talbot, Nigel Hitchcock, Dave O'Higgins, Mark Nightingale, Mornington Lockett, Julian Arguelles, Gerard Presencer, Alec Dankworth, Arnie Somogyi and Steve Melling. Clark also composes and arranges and has received commissions for his own quintet, an octet shared with pianist Dave Newton, 'Continental Drift' - an 11 piece band co-composed with Stan Tracey commissioned by The Arts Council, and big band arrangements for the Berkshire Youth Jazz Orchestra and the Appleby Festival big band. In addition he has written string arrangements for Claire Martin and Tina May. As a freelance drummer he has performed at one time or another with virtually every important jazz artist in the UK and an ever expanding list of American and European visitors (see list below). Clark's sources of inspiration are as varied as the genres in which he finds himself, but his main influences are Roy Haynes, Philly Joe Jones, Elvin Jones, Tony Williams, Art Blakey, Sam Woodyard and Frankie Dunlop. His achievements have been rewarded three times (1993, 1997 and 2002), from the British Jazz Awards 'Best Drums' category and he received endorsements from Zildjian Cymbals in 1998 and from Vic Firth Sticks and Remo Drumheads in 1999.

48. Butch Thompson's Radio Show
Prince Robinson, reeds; Todd rhodes, piano/vibes; Dave Wilborn, guitar; William Johnson, Jimmy Mitchelle, julian Dash, Haywood Henry, reeds;
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NEW BROADCAST TIMES The Jazz Originals show has moved longtime Sunday and Tuesday time slots to Mondays at 8 pm and Thursdays at 8 pm . This gives you a chance to catch any of the previous 13 shows you might have missed the first time around.
Listen to the show with streaming audio on KBEM FM (88.5 FM)
THE SHOW AIRS MONDAYS AT 8:00 PM CST (0100 GMT SUMMER/0200 WINTER) AND THURSDAYS 8:00 PM CST ( 0100 GMT/0200 WINTER) Butch's weekly radio show is an ongoing tour of the early jazz tradition. Here's what you'll hear:
    Live piano music and commentary by Butch, who sits at the Steinway grand piano provided by the show's generous longtime sponsor, Schmitt Music.
    Co-producer Craig Eichhorn , at the controls, spins Butch's vintage recordings by the real "originals" — Louis Armstrong, Jelly Roll Morton, Fats Waller, and the other inventors of the music.
    Butch's reviews of CDs books , and other artifacts of the current traditional jazz scene.
    The "Department of Corrections," Butch's response to listener mail.

49. C24 Music Playlist For Oct 24, 2004
306 am. Phillip rhodes Love Song Veblen String Quartet Centaur 2597 julian Lloyd Webber, cello John Lenehan, piano Philips 442426
Classical 24 Music Playlist
Sunday October 24, 2004 Central Time MID - 1AM 12:01 am Andre Gretry: Minuet
Bretagne Orchestra
Stefan Sanderling, conductor
ASV 1095
12:06 am Johann Sebastian Bach: Air on the G String
English Chamber Orchestra
Raymond Leppard, conductor
Sony 44650
12:12 am Randall Thompson: Alleluia
Musica Sacra
Richard Westenburg, conductor
RCA 60970
12:19 am Ludwig van Beethoven: Piano Concerto #2 Dresden State Orchestra Hans Vonk, conductor Christian Zacharias, piano EMI 63937 12:49 am Frank Bridge: There is a Willow Grows Aslant Bournemouth Sinfonietta Norman Del Mar, conductor Chandos 8373 1:01 am Edvard Grieg: Symphony in C minor: Intermezzo Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra Neeme Jarvi, conductor Deutsche G 427321 1:06 am London Symphony Orchestra Yondani Butt, conductor ASV 878 1:11 am Edward Elgar: Romance Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Charles Groves, conductor Julian Lloyd Webber, cello EMI 64726 1:18 am Ottorino Respighi: Pines of Rome Orchestra of St. Cecilia Daniele Gatti, conductor Conifer 51292 1:42 am Jan Zelenka: Trio Sonata #5 Heinz Holliger Ensemble ECM 1671 2:01 am Frederic Chopin: Nocturne #5 Ivan Moravec, piano

50. Toronto Jazz Festival 2004
features three young musicians plus his regular partner, pianist Makoto Ozone.Sixteenyear-old guitarist julian Lage was strongly featured as a player
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Toronto Jazz Festival
D.D. Jackson was hampered by an increasingly out-of-tune piano but still delivered a solid performance with his trio, though I can only take his mix of honeyed sentimentality and pianistic flash-floods in small doses. Bud Shank Phil Woods The Bad Plus made an equally offbeat pairing with vibes legend Gary Burton Nathan Phillips Square was also the location of a series of free daytime concerts, of which I only caught a gig by the Carlo Actis Dato Quartet The Muppet Show : mischievous mamma-mia stage banter, onstage skirmishes among the bandmembers (including a ballgame using a cymbal for a bat), a dance between Dato and an obliging woman in the audience, and a manic theme-and-variations routine which saw them crosscutting from bolero to faux-hipster swing to samba to free jazz. Chris Potter After Potter the Senator played host to singers: first Carol Sloane then Kevin Mahogany The Montreal Bistro offered a wide variety of concerts. The leaders of the Mike Murley/David Braid Quartet Don Thompson is equally at home on piano, bass and vibes, but for his duo with

51. Meet The Composer - Composer Contacts
Franck Amsallem Jazz pianist, composer, and recording artist involved in a variety of and owner of Yelton rhodes Music Publisher and Barton rhodes Press
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    52. Classical Voice Of North Carolina
    MJW Piano Sonatas 1 7, Andrew Violette, composer and pianist 8/1/03 for Classical Music Thoughts prompted by julian Johnson s New Book 5/21/03
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    53. Yamaha 9000 Pro Keyboard Workstation Review
    ranging from the pianist at a Holiday Inn to church organists to budding In addition to writing articles and books about music technology, julian
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    Yamaha 9000 Pro Keyboard Workstation
    By Julian Colbeck
    May 1, 2002 12:00 PM
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    Yamaha's 9000 Pro keyboard workstation is a grown-up arranger-style keyboard. At its heart, it has auto-accompaniment patterns, but with the added sophistication of sampling, superb effects processing, a plug-in-board option, vocal harmonization, computer-based editing, and a multitrack sequencer with which you can create your own backings and styles. EM has seldom mentioned in the past. bierkellers of the Black Forest is questionable. The 9000 Pro is tailor-made for the German market. As a concept, Styles are definitely useful to their proponents, ranging from the pianist at a Holiday Inn to church organists to budding songwriters in Nashville. Honestly, most keyboardists and composers could use a little help from time to time. ON THE OUTSIDE
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    54. Biography - Joe Zawinul (Bio 856)
    While with Adderley, Zawinul evolved from a hard bop pianist to a soul/jazz julian Cannonball Adderley, Dizzy s Business , 1963, Milestone, CDR
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    Real name: Zawinul, Joe
    Born: Jul 7, 1932 in Vienna, Austria
    Genres: Jazz
    Styles: Hard Bop, Fusion, Soul-Jazz, World Fusion
    Instruments: Piano (Electric), Leader, Keyboards, Piano
    Joe Zawinul belongs in a category unto himself — a European from the heartland of the classical music tradition (Vienna) who learned to swing as freely as any American jazzer, and whose appetite for growth and change remains insatiable. Zawinul's curiosity and openness to all kinds of sounds made him one of the driving forces behind the electronic jazz-rock revolution of the late '60s and '70s — and later, he would be almost alone in exploring fusions between jazz-rock and ethnic music from all over the globe. He is one of a bare handful of synthesizer players who actually learned how to play the instrument, to make it an expressive, swinging part of his arsenal. Prior to the invention of the portable synthesizer, Zawinul's example helped bring the Wurlitzer and Fender-Rhodes electric pianos into the jazz mainstream. Zawinul also has become a significant composer, ranging (like his idol Duke Ellington ) from soulful hit tunes to large-scale symphonic-jazz canvases. Yet despite his classical background, he now prefers to improvise compositions spontaneously onto tape, not writing them out on paper.

    55. Welcome To The Friday Morning Music Club
    Sophia Pallas and julian Trail, piano duet. Friday, October 22 at 12 noon, Sarah Weiner, oboe; Alma rhodes, piano. Chopin Three Études.
    Lois Jones, President
    The Friday Morning Music Club, Inc.
    Washington, D.C.
    For classical musicians and music lovers in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.
    Announcements FMMC Foundation Washington International
    Student Activities

    (including local high
    school competitions)
    Musical Links
    For archived information on past FMMC-sponsored concerts, beginning in October 2002, please click here Click on either of the following to download printable PDF versions of
  • the FMMC Concert Schedule for October at the Sumner Museum
  • the FMMC Concert Schedule for October at all venues. Friday, October 1 at 12 noon, Richard L. Hurlbut Memorial Hall, Sumner School Museum. Opening Concert in honor of Mary Ann Stabile Cooper. President's reception after the concert
    • Copland: Piano Sonata. Scott Beard , piano.
    • Singer, TBA from the Young Artist Program of the Washington National Opera.)
    • Glinka: in D Minor. clarinet; Jan Timbers , cello; Diane Winter Pyles , piano.
    Sunday, October 3, 2:30 p.m. at Bishop Ireton High School. Friday Morning Music Club Orchestra, Stephen Czarkowski , guest conductor; Seymour Lipkin, piano soloist.
  • 56. 2000 Tom Staudter "Music To Be Thankful For"
    Herbie Hancock s Thrust– I love his solos on the Fender rhodes piano; On hislist of thanks • julian Bream s Classical Guitar • Ahmad Jamal s Live at
    by Thomas Staudter
    Another year has passed during which I've interviewed dozens of musical artists, mostly from the jazz world, and, as always, from these conversations, I've learned a great deal about how artists create their work and manage to survive, even flourish in the music industry. My last question during these interviews is usually this: What particular albums or CDs, or even just artists themselves, are you especially thankful for? I emphasized that this wasn't a question about "desert island" favorites or even necessarily an artist's best work, What I hoped to elicit were more thoughtful answers about what mattered most to these artists, what struck them, what, perhaps, they even felt was a gift from the cosmos. So, here for the third consecutive year in the Weekly (the length, so far, of my tenure at this esteemed journal) is a list of thanks from a wide range of musicians. Particular songs are noted in quotation while albums are in italics. And I've also included some of the more interesting comments about why these musicians picked the musicians they did. Jane Siberry , singer-songwriter and earth angel from Ontario, Canada, whose latest CD is Hush

    57. M402 Brown (Katherine) Scrapbook
    M4028, Katherine Brown, Dorothy Moore, and Donna rhodes at “Pushing HubbyThrough (Ph.T) Martin D. julian, US Marine Corps, president; and Lt. Col.
    The University of Southern Mississippi McCain Library and Archives
    Alphabetical List of All Collections
    Collections Listed By Subject
    Manuscript Collection Collection Title: Brown (Katherine) Scrapbook Collection Number: Dates: Volume: .7 cubic ft. Provenance: Materials in this collection were donated by Miss Katherine Brown in 1998. Biographical/Historical Sketch: In 1953, Mississippi Southern College (now the University of Southern Mississippi) Registrar Dr. O. N. Darby asked Brown to come and work for him. Darby was also an English major from Newton, Mississippi and former Superintendent of Schools there. Brown and her mother moved to Hattiesburg, where they were next door neighbors to Dr. and Mrs. Aubrey Lucas. Dr. Lucas, then Director of Admissions, would later become president of the University of Southern Mississippi. The Lucases and the Browns became very good friends, and Katherine rode to work every day with Dr. Lucas. Brown has received numerous honors during her life. In her youth, she won first place in a piano performance, first place in the state of Mississippi in English Literature, and received the Alpha Sigma Alpha award. Her career at the University of Southern Mississippi also garnered her many honors. The Bootstrappers’ Pen and Sword Fraternity established the Kathy Brown Scholarship in 1965, which is still providing financial assistance to qualified students. She was also named Outstanding Staff Member in 1973. However, possibly her greatest accomplishment was being the first recipient of the Hattiesburg Jaycees’ Boss of the Year award in 1974. She won this award because the Bootstrappers regarded her affectionately as their "boss. "

    58. Herbie Hancock: Definition And Much More From
    was a popular sideman and appeared as a pianist on dozens of Blue Note sessions . Among the instruments Hancock utilized were Fender rhodes piano,
    showHide_TellMeAbout2('false'); Business Entertainment Games Health ... More... On this page: Dictionary Wikipedia Best of Web Mentioned In Or search: - The Web - Images - News - Blogs - Shopping Herbie Hancock Dictionary Han·cock hăn kŏk Herbert Jeffrey (Known as “Herbie.”) Born 1940.
    American musician and composer of jazz and popular music. He is noted for his work with piano and electronic keyboard instruments. Wikipedia Herbie Hancock Herbie Hancock Herbert Jeffrey Hancock (born April 12 ) is a jazz pianist and composer from Chicago, Illinois USA . Hancock is one of jazz music's most important and influential pianists and composers. He embraced elements of rock funk , and soul while adopting freer stylistic elements from jazz As part of Miles Davis 's "second great quintet" Hancock helped redefine the role of a jazz rhythm section , and was later one of the first jazz musicians to embrace synthesizers and hip hop . Yet for all his restless experimentalism, Hancock's music is often melodic and accessible; he has had many songs "crossover" and achieve success among pop audiences.

    59. On Campus Stories - November 30, 2001
    Each district s selection committee may elect up to four rhodes Scholars. pianist Roger Williams, GR 51, will give a concert at 7 pm Tuesday, Dec.
    On Campus - Stories November 30, 2001 - Vol. 54, No. 25 Two students compete for Rhodes Scholarships Two Drake University students have been named Iowa state finalists in the competition for Rhodes Scholarships. They are Ajenai Clemmons, a senior from Greenwood Village, Colo., and Zachary Nunn, a senior from Altoona. "It's rare for Drake to have two students selected as state finalists for the prestigious Rhodes Scholarships," said Julian Archer, professor of history and director of post-graduate fellowships at Drake. "Having two finalists shows that Drake is attracting exceptional students and that our faculty members are doing an excellent job of refining the intellect of the students who come here." As part of the state-level competition, Clemmons and Nunn will be interviewed by the Iowa Selection Committee for Rhodes Scholarships next Wednesday in Des Moines. The student selected by the committee to represent Iowa will advance to the district competition. Each district's selection committee may elect up to four Rhodes Scholars. Iowa is part of district six, which also encompasses Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wisconsin.

    60. Book Reviews: Music On The Web (UK)
    Suzanne rhodes DRAYER A Singer’s Guide to the Songs of JOAQUÍN RODRIGO, Robert Hugill Piano Notes, The Hidden World of the pianist By Charles Rosen
    Music Webmaster
    Len Mullenger: Title Reviewer Click for MusicWeb Book Sales Books are listed in review date order FERRIER - A CAREER RECORDED b y Paul Campion Thames Elkin ISBN 0-903413-71-X 244pp. £19.99 Chris Fifield IGOR STRAVINSKY - Orchestrations of The Song of the Flea by Modest Mussorgsky. The Song of the Flea by Ludwig van Beethoven.
    Publication and Commentary by Arkady Klimovitsky. Lewis Foreman Max Bruch - His Life and Works by Christopher Fifield Rob Barnett The Cambridge Companion to Elgar Edited by Daniel Grimley and Julian Rushton Em Marshall Ferruccio Busoni: A Musical Ishmael Della Couling Anne Ozorio Bach Performance Practice, 1945 - 1975: A Comprehensive Review of Sound Recordings and Literature by Dorottya Fabian Paul Shoemaker London - A Musical Gazetteer by Lewis Foreman and Susan Foreman Rob Barnett IBBS AND TILLETT : The Rise and Fall of a Musical Empire by Christopher Fifield Rob Barnett LONDON – a Musical Gazetteer By Lewis and Susan Foreman Lewis Foreman THE MAHLER SYMPHONIES - An Owner’s Manual by David Hurwitz Kirk McElhearn The Singer’s Ego Finding Balance between Music and Life By: Lynn Eustis Kevin Sutton Eric Charles Blake Wars, Dictators and the Gramophone 1898-1945

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