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81. Bang On A Can: Festival
Synthesizer Stephen Gosling. Electric Guitar Scott johnson. Violin Laura Seaton . Voice Jean Crossman. Violin Christoph Franzrote.
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All-Star Performances

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ensemble list
Abandon (1988) Flute: Dominique Soucy.
Trumpet: Chris Gekker.
Viola: Tina Pelikan.
Cello: Dawn Buckholz.
Bass: Marji Danilow. Harp: Elizabeth Panzer. Percussion: Michael Pugliese. Abandon (1989) Flute: Helen Campo. Alto Flute: Amy Hearsch. Alto Saxophone: Aaron Heich. Electric Guitar: David Seidel. Piano: Lisa Moore. Synthesizer: Philip Bush. Marimba: Dominic Donato, James Baker. Harp: Elizabeth Panzer. Cello: Erik Friedlander, Dawn Buckholz. Conductor: Linda Bouchard. Agon Flutes/Saxophone: Martin Cech. Trumpet: Pavel Borek. Trombone: Percussion: Keyboards: Krystof Marek, Martin Smolka. Banjo: Martin Smolka. Electric Guitar: Cello/Mandolin: David Rejchrt. Bass: Ivan Bierhanzl. Conductor: Petr Kofron. Alexander String Quartet Violins: Eric Pritchard, Kate Ransom. Viola: Paul Yarbrough. Cello: Sandy Wilson. Artek Baroque Flute: Michael Lynn. Baroque Violin: Kathryn Shaw. Viola da Gamba: Lisa Terry. Harpsichord: Gwendolyn Toth.

82. Tanglewood 2005
ANNA watkins, costume designer and supervisor LENORE DOXSEE, lighting designer BRAHMS Trio in Eflat for horn, violin and piano, Op. 40
Friday, June 24, 7 p.m., Theatre
Saturday, June 25, 7 p.m., Theatre
Boston Early Music Festival Production
artistic co-directors
LUCY GRAHAM and NILS NIEMANN, stage co-directors
DAVID COCKAYNE, set designer
ANNA WATKINS, costume designer and supervisor
LENORE DOXSEE, lighting designer
LUCY GRAHAM, choreographer
KATHLEEN FAY, executive director ELLEN HARGIS, soprano (Olga) PAVEL SHMULEVICH, bass (Theodorus Ivanowitz) VADIM KRAVETS, bass (Boris Goudenow) KARINA GAUVIN, soprano (Irina) CATHERINE WEBSTER, soprano (Axina) COLIN BALTZAR, tenor (Gavust) JULIAN PODGER, tenor (Josennah) MAREK RZEPKA, bass-baritone (Fedro) AARON SHEEHAN, tenor (Ivan) WILLIAM HITE, tenor (Bogda) BOSTON EARLY MUSIC FESTIVAL (BEMF) OPERA ORCHESTRA Troupe of BEMF Baroque Dancers PALS Children's Chorus of New England MATTHESON Boris Goudenow Sunday, June 26, 8:30 p.m., Ozawa Hall Monday, June 27, 8:30 p.m., Ozawa Hall MARK MORRIS DANCE GROUP TANGLEWOOD MUSIC CENTER VOCAL FELLOWS AND ORCHESTRA STEFAN ASBURY, conductor

83. NIU News - Current
Wilbert O. watkins, director of the University Chorus and professor of Music Along with the award came a Joseph Nadgavari violin to use for a year and
Letter from Director: Paul Bauer Request a Brochure/Catalog Community School of the Arts Audition Information ... contact
October 2003 Newsletter
Back to the Newsletter Vault Northern Illinois University School of Music October 2003 Newsletter Hello and welcome back to another school year! SCHOOL OF MUSIC AUDITION DATES Formal audition dates for Fall 2004 entrance to the School of Music are: Friday, February 13, 2004 Saturday, February 14, 2004 Friday, March 19, 2004 Saturday, March 20, 2004 Auditions for violin (performance), viola, cello, bass, organ, jazz piano, and guitar are by private appointment only. Please contact Lynn Slater at 815-753-1546 or e-mail her at for assistance. All audition repertoire can be found at our website: Auditions for Spring 2004 semester are also on a private basis. Please contact Lynn Slater for details. OTHER IMPORTANT DATES University Open Houses Monday, October 13, 2003 (Columbus Day) Tuesday, November 11, 2003 (Veteran’s Day) Monday, February 16, 2004 (President’s Day)

84. The British Horn Society: 1996 Horn News
He is presently studying the French horn with Richard watkins. After studiesin Nantes and Ville d Avray, JeanEmmanuel went to the Paris Conservatoire
1996 Horn News
Paxman Prizewinner
Jennifer Montone from the U.S.A. won the Paxman Young Horn Player competition. The final, held at London's Guildhall School of Music on Sunday 8 December 1996, was between Jennifer, James Nickel, also from the U.S.A., and Rupert Johnston and Mark Almond from the U.K.. Each of the four finalists played a demanding programme: James Nickel:
Glière: Intermezzo
Mozart: Concerto No.4
Ketting: Intrada
Rossini: Prelude, Theme and Variations Rupert Johnston:
Bozza: En Forêt
Glazunov: Reverie
Mozart: Concerto No.2 Mark Almond:
Bourgeois: Fantasy Piece for Solo Horn
Cherubini: Sonata No.2
Franz Strauss: Concerto Bozza: En Forêt Marais: Le Basque Jennifer Montone: Mozart: Concerto No.2 (1st movt.) Reynolds: Partita (2nd movt.) Glazunov: Reverie Richard Strauss: Concerto No.1 In front of the distinguished jury of leading horn players - Timothy Jones, Frank Lloyd, Hugh Seenan, Michael Thompson and Richard Watkins - each of the finalists demonstrated playing of a very high technical standard, coupled with remarkable endurance. On the night Jennifer, accompanied by Andrew Black, clinched the title with a display of considerable emotional power, which demonstrated enviable security too, only nicking two notes in the whole of her performance. Jennifer's prize is a specially built Paxman horn, which will be built to her specification over the next few weeks, and presented to her in New York.

85. Best CDs Of 2002 List - AUDIOPHILE AUDITION
1 in D Minor Midori, violin/Robert McDonald, piano - Sony Classical stereo violin; Lawrence Power, viola; Louise Williams, viola; Paul watkins,
Best Of The Year CDs
Classical/Jazz/Rock (incl. both Hi-Res Formats) Back to Archives Index
Here is our 18th annual Best of the Year List, continuing the service first offered in 1985 with the public radio version of AUDIOPHILE AUDITION. As usual, we make no definite claims for this list. It is predicated on our personal tastes and also on what was available to us, but also with an equal emphasis on both the musical and sonic quality of each CD (excepting some of the reissues. This year for the first time we are including choices in rock.) - John Sunier CLASSICAL JOHN ADAMS: Naive And Sentimental Music; Mother Of The Man; Chain To The Rhythm - Los Angeles Philharmonic/Esa-Pekka Salonen - Nonesuch 79636-2
J.S. BACH: Concertos, Vol. II = Violin Concerto in G Minor BWV1056, Concerto for oboe and violin in C Minor BVW 1060, Violin Concerto in A Minor BWV 1041, Concerto for 2 Violins in D Minor BWV 1043, Violin Concerto in E Major BWV 1042, Concerto for 3 violins in D Major BWV 1064 - Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra/Benjamin Hudson - Tacet DVD-Audio DVD D1111
BACH: 7 Harpsichord Concertos; Triple Concerto BWV 1044 - Richard Egarr, harpsichord/The Academy of Ancient Music/Andrew Manze - Harmonia mundi 097283.84 - (2 CDs)

86. Downtown Music Gallery Pre-Newsletter 44
Fine trio of reeds/contrabass/violin with Joe s witty invented language vocals from Maine w/ help from Kit watkins; an old cohort of Nick Didkovsky.
342 Bowery, New York, NY 10012-2408
Phone: (212) 473-0043 * Fax: (212) 533-5059
If you don't see it, ask for it!
The above releases should be in stock by April 21st, the below releases should be here now/soon
  • 7.COOPER-MOORE SOLO-Deep in the Neighborhood (Hopscotch 5) Rambunctious/powerful solo piano set from the Guelph Fest in Canada; complete with incident over piano abuse! $14. 9.MARVIN PONTIAC/JOHN LURIE-The Legendary/Greatest Hits (SBM 18) Mysterious and ridiculous re-release of (supposed) legendary crazed blues/rock vocalist/guitarist!?! $14. 15.HAUNTED HOUSE-Live at Downtown Music Gallery (no label) Loren Mazzacane's heavy vibed quartet unleashes the twisted spirits right here at DMG! Limited edition of 100! $10. 16.PHAROAH'S DAUGHTER-out of the reeds (KFW 273) Second delightful post-klez treasure from these fine local heroes in the middle-eastern vein, with great songs from Basya! $13. 17.EGYPT IS THE MAGICK #-How Many Pieces of the Puzzle (psycho-path #1) Bizarre, ritualistic, psych/folk/blues transmission from this No Neck Blues off-shoot in Sun Ra-land! $10.


    87. About ANAM
    Paul watkins Pieter Wispelwey Double Bass Alex Henery Anne Horton, violin 2Sally Boud, viola Rachel Johnston, cello Petersen Quartet
    About ANAM
    ANAM at a Glance
    • ANAM is funded by the Commonwealth Government through the Department of Communications, Information Technology and the Arts, and is a subsidiary company of the University of Melbourne limited by guarantee.
    • ANAM's first music performance programs began in 1996.
    • Since 1999 ANAM has offered the Advanced Performance Program, a full-time program for selected musicians in the disciplines of piano and strings.
    • National Auditions occur annually to seek young musicians of high achievement and potential.
    ANAM Vision and Core Objectives Vision
    The ANAM vision is to be the national centre of excellence for the further development of young musicians with outstanding talent, capability and dedication, and who aspire to significant national and international performing careers. There are three guiding values that underpin commitment to the ANAM vision:
  • A commitment to musical performing excellence.
  • An obligation to young musicians of outstanding talent and dedication, wherever located, and whatever their economic resources, to support the development of their skills.
  • A commitment to national leadership in the development of Australia's music performance training.
  • 88. World Wide Wilfred Walsh Compact Disks 1999
    nikolaus 8.42663 zk teldec violin concertos concerto for oboe a.. bach, wa richard watkins pcd 865 pickwick mozart - early symphonies mozart,
    insured listing 1996

    89. Genealogy Usenet
    John T, Targo St johnson. Mrs William, Store, Targo St johnson. Jean F JULIN.George, Manager plantation, Bourbon St KACZMAROOSKI.
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    Main Menu Group Menu
    Qld Post Office Directory by Belinda Engstrom
    Qld Post Office Directory
    by Belinda Engstrom

    90. Cookin' In The Motor City (part 1)
    johnson s brass band, like the brass bands led by John Robichaux in New Orleans Walton was a unanimous favorite, but Jean Goldkette ruled the roost.
    Motor City, Part 2

    Detroit's bebop masters helped lay the foundations of modern jazz. Cookin' in the
    Motor City, Part 3

    The new breed and the legacy of the elders. A Consumer's Guide to Selected Detroit Jazz
    Cookin' in the Motor City
    Detroit serves up a century of grooves for the soul.
    by Herb Boyd
    e-mail feedback

    Metro Times contributing editor Herb Boyd, a firsthand observer of the Detroit scene from the '50s to the present, gives us a personal tour through the amazingly rich, world-renowned history of jazz in our city. This is the first of a three-part account which begins with Herb in high school, then digs back to the 19th-century musical roots of Detroit and moves back up chronologically to developments in the present. Roy's paradiddles that expressive way he had of rolling a downbeat with two pencils were often so loud I was sure Miss Vyn, our study hall counselor, heard them. But like most of us in the room, she had grown accustomed to his antics, his drum imitations, and rarely lifted more than an eyebrow, knowing it was the irrepressible Roy. And he would sit there with a devilish grin, living up to his claim as class clown, his bow tie and neatly coiffed Quo Vadis haircut framing his ebony face.

    91. C24 Music Playlist For Jul 31, 2003
    Antonio Vivaldi Violin Concerto 7 La Stravaganza Jean Sibelius KareliaSuite Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Paul watkins, piano Hyperion 67340
    Classical 24 Music Playlist
    Thursday July 31, 2003 Central Time MID - 1AM 12:01 am Darius Milhaud: Scaramouche: 2nd Mvmt
    Emma Johnson, clarinet
    Julius Drake, piano
    ASV 910
    12:05 am Peter Warlock: Serenade to Frederick Delius
    Bournemouth Sinfonietta
    Norman Del Mar, conductor
    EMI 65101
    12:15 am Igor Stravinsky: Danses Concertantes
    Orpheus Chamber Orchestra
    DG 459644
    12:37 am Peter Tchaikovsky: Swan Lake: Theme
    Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra Herbert von Karajan, conductor DG 352
    12:40 am Luigi Boccherini: Symphony Tafelmusik Jeanne Lamon, conductor Sony 53121 1:01 am Sylvius Weiss: Tombeau John Williams, guitar Sony 44518 1:06 am Felix Mendelssohn: On Wings of Song Antonin Kubalek, piano Dorian 90218 1:10 am Jean Sibelius: Finlandia Swedish Radio Symphony Esa-Pekka Salonen, conductor Sony 46668 1:20 am Richard Einhorn: Voices of Light: Sacrament Netherlands Radio Philharmonic Steven Mercurio, conductor Anonymous 4 Netherlands Radio Choir Sony 62006 1:25 am George Frederich Handel: Faithful Shepherd: Overture English Concert Trevor Pinnock, conductor

    92. Composer Page - Antonio Vivaldi
    Concerto in F major for violin, 2 oboes, bassoon, 2 horns and strings RV574 If faced with a choice I d opt for David watkins s consistently articulate

    93. Documentary Feature
    RAONI Jean-Pierre Dutilleux, Michel Gast, Barry Williams SCARED STRAIGHT! 1970, CHARIOTS OF THE GODS - Dr. Harald Reinl JACK johnson - Jim Jacobs
    D o c u m e n t a r y F e a t u r e
    1941 - Present
    (Short Subjects and Features Combined: 1941 - 1942; 1999 - Present)
    (Not Given: 1946)
    2000 s
    BORN INTO BROTHELS - Ross Kauffman, Zana Briski
    THE STORY OF THE WEEPING CAMEL - Luigi Falorni, Byambasuren Davaa
    SUPER SIZE ME - Morgan Spurlock
    TUPAC: RESURRECTION - Lauren Lazin, Karolyn Ali
    TWIST OF FAITH - Kirby Dick, Eddie Schmidt
    BALSEROS - Carlos Bosch, Josep Maria Domenech CAPTURING THE FRIEDMANS - Andrew Jarecki, Marc Smerling THE FOG OF WAR - Errol Morris, Michael Williams MY ARCHITECT - Nathaniel Kahn, Susan R. Behr THE WEATHER UNDERGROUND - Sam Green, Bill Sigeel BOWLING FOR COLUMBINE - Michael Moore, Michael Donovan DAUGHTER FROM DANANG - Gail Dolgin, Vincente Franco PRISONER OF PARADISE - Malcolm Clarke, Stuart Sender SPELLBOUND - Jeffrey Blitz, Sean Welch WINGED MIGRATION - Jacques Perrin CHILDREN UNDERGROUND - Edet Belzberg LALEE'S KIN: THE LEGACY OF COTTON - Susan Froemke, Deborah Dickson MURDER ON A SUNDAY MORNING - Jean-Xavier de Lestrade, Denis Poncet PROMISES - Justine Shapiro, B.Z. Goldberg

    94. Classic Horror Movie Players C
    The Violin Maker (as The Violin maker). The Trust (as the Burglar). As directoronly 20 s 1925 Jean Cocteau Fait du Cinema (short).
    Classic Horror Movie Players C Classic Horror Movie Players A B C D E F G ...

    Born April 11th 1888 in London. Nephew of Dion Boucicault. Made stage debut 1906 in 'A Wire Entanglement' at the Comedy Theatre. An alcohol problem limited his later film appearances. Died 1940 aged 52 from a heart attack. See "Quinlan's Film Character Actors".
    Silent: Wanted a Widow. Altar Chains Maks and Faces. The Gay Lord Quex Goodbye. Nelson.
    20's Stage Stars Off Stage (short) Shooting Stars The Flying Squad Clue of the New Pin. Blackmail (as Tracy). Up the Poll (short). Atlantic. Juno and the Paycock. Top 30's The Cockney Spirit in the War - 1/All Riot on the Western Front (short). The Cockney Spirit in the War - 2 (short). Song of Soho. The Night Porter. The Cockney Spirit in the War - 3 (short). Loose Ends. Two Worlds. Elstree Calling. Murder! (as Ion Stewart). Spanish Eyes. We Take Off Our Hats (short). Almost a Honeymoon. Star Impersonations (short). Cape Forlorn Potiphar's Wife. Uneasy Virtue.

    95. Jean Toomer: Selected Articles Indexed In The MLA International Bibliography Dat
    “‘Like a Violin for the Wind to Play’ Lyrical Approaches to Lynching by Hughes, “Portrait of the Artist as High Priest of Soul Jean Toomer’s Cane.
    Rudolph Fisher Newsletter Resources for Further Study Selected Articles about Harlem Renaissance Authors Jean Toomer Jean Toomer
    Selected Articles Indexed in the MLA International Bibliography Database Last Item Added: 10 July 2005
    Note: Citations in blue represent newly added items.
    Abarry, Abu Shardow. “Afrocentric Aesthetics in Selected Harlem Renaissance Poetry.” Language and Literature in the African American Imagination . Ed. Carol Aisha Blackshire-Belay. Westport: Greenwood, 1992. 133-46. Abbott, Megan. “‘Dorris Dance ... John Dreams’: Free Indirect Discourse and Female Subjectivity in Cane Soundings Ackley, Donald G. “Theme and Vision in Jean Toomer’s Cane Studies in Black Literature Banks, Kimberly. “‘Like a Violin for the Wind to Play’: Lyrical Approaches to Lynching by Hughes, Du Bois, and Toomer.” African American Review Battenfeld, Mary. “‘Been Shapin Words T Fit M Soul’: Cane , Language, and Social Change.” Callaloo Bell, Bernard W. “Jean Toomer’s ‘Blue Meridian’: The Poet as Prophet of a New Order of Man.” Black American Literature Forum . “A Key to the Poems in Cane CLA Journal . “Portrait of the Artist as High Priest of Soul: Jean Toomer’s Cane Black World Birat, Kathie. “‘Giving the Negro to Himself’: Medium and ‘Immediacy’ in Jean Toomer’s

    96. W
    Interesting French symphonic progressive with lots of violin. Kit Watkinswas keyboardist, flute player and composer for Happy The Man and Camel,

    The Symbiotic Relationship of Sound and Classical Editing in Jean Renoir s La Vivaldi Concerto for flute, violin, and continuo Laura Scarsella 98
    TILTON HALL 1:00-5:00 POSTERS Biology 1. "Gene Transfer in Lichens: Does it Exist?" Kristin Marcell '96 2. "The Beige Mouse Mutant" (sponsor Professor T. Lyerla) 3. "Spatial Distribution of Liriodendron Tulipifera Seedlings in the Hadwen Arboretum" Kristen Ploetz '96 (Sponsor Professor V. Ahmadjian) 4. "Effect of the Microbial Community on Competition Between Two Species of Treehole Mosquitoes" Heather Erb '96 (sponsor Professor T. Livdahl) 5. "Egg Hatch Inhibition in the Mosquito Aedes Albopictus as a Genetic Trait" Malcolm McFarland '96 (sponsor Professor T. Livdahl) 6. "Tests for Kin-Dependent Effects of Larvae on Egg Hatch in the Treehole Mosquito, Aedes Triseriatus" Peter Morgan '96 (sponsor Professor T. Livdahl) 7. "The Importance of Stemflow to Mosquito Larval Competition in Tire and Treehole Habitats" Cindy Sacramone '96 (sponsor Professor T. Livdahl) Chemistry 8. "Characterization of Dynamics of Proteins from Computer Simulations" Swarna Basu '96 (in collaboration with F. Matthew Woodward, graduate student; sponsor Professor D. Mierke) 9. "Selective Antitumor Agents from Red Algae"

    98. Missing You - UK Missing Persons : Re-Unions

    99. Ïðîäàþ ôèðìåííûå CD - êëàññèêà. Êëàññè÷åñêàÿ
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    John ADAMS
    Nonesuch Catalog #:79465
    Performer: Michael Collins (Clarinet)
    LONDON SINFONIETTA Conductor: John Adams
    'Gnarly Buttons' was nominated for the 1999 Grammy Award for "Best Classical Contemporary Composition."
    Kronos Quartet: Joan Jeanrenaud (Cello), David Harrington (Violin), John Sherba (Violin), Hank Dutt (Viola)
    Arnold BAX
    Naxos Catalog #:554093
    1. Symphony no 2 2. November Woods SCOTTISH NATIONAL ORCHESTRA Conductor: David Lloyd-Jones Pierre BOULEZ Dg Deutsche Grammophon 20/21 Catalog #:457605 1. REPONS VER: 1984 Performer: Frederique Cambreling (Harp), Vincent Bauer (Vibraphone), Daniel Ciampolini (Xylophone), Daniel Ciampolini (Glockenspiel), Michel Cerutti (Cimbalom), Andrew Gerzso (Electronics), Dmitri Vassilakis (Piano), Florent Boffard (Piano) ENSEMBLE INTERCONTEMPORAIN Conductor: Pierre Boulez The recording of 'Repons' on this album received the 2000 Grammy Award for "Best Classical Contemporary Composition." 2. DIALOGUE DE L'OMBRE DOUBLE

    100. Lynn's CD Collection
    1 Rachel Podger (violin) 6 Bach, JS Sonatas and Partitas, Vol. 1 for Celloand Piano Op. 12 Truls Mork (cello), JeanYves Thibaudet (piano) 2 Raitt,
    Lynn's CD Collection Site Map
    NOTE: I've had a CD player only since April 1992. In January 1996 I finished the arduous task of cataloging my collection of vinyl disks , which you are also invited to check out. This is not a scholarly listing. No details of interest to audiophiles are included. Anyone really interested in details on any listed item can write me at Some have written asking whether any of my recordings are for sale. The answer is no! Others have written asking whether I will burn CD copies of recordings for them. The answer is no!
    Explanation of marginal notations:
    Number of times I've listened. Yes, I actually record this when I remember. No, it's not very accurate, but close. n Never listened. New or Suzy's or Cyra-Lea's and I haven't been interested enough to get around to it. Some of them I'm embarrassed to let others know that I have. Ugh. multi-CD sets, e.g., 3,1,2 = 3-CD set listened to 3, 1, 2 times per disk. Haven't got it yet, but am expecting to have it soon.

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