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1. Alien Folklife - Joan Kosby And Paul Mercer
Joan Kosby and Paul Mercer Her mother, whose father had been a professional violinist, loved Mozart and Beethoven.

2. Dragon*Con Biography [Paul Mercer]
been performing for over twenty years, Paul Mercer has appeared at Dragon*Con for nearly a decade. He is best known as the violinist/violist

3. Paul's DC2K Pics
s most talented bands (IMO perhaps the most talented band) in large part because of the incredible talent of Paul Mercer, their violinist.

4. Creative Loafing Atlanta ARTS DEVIL'S PLAYGROUND
Violinist Paul Mercer lends mood to the action, his strains reminiscent of "Danse Macabre " and he memorably scrapes his violin as Faustus

5. Creative Loafing Atlanta SPECIAL SEPTEMBER
of Christopher Marlowe's play with Aileen Loy as an androgynous wouldbe magician, Tal Harris as the devil and music by violinist Paul Mercer.

6. George Skaroulis Home
Skaroulis will be appearing live in concert with guest artists Lindsey Mosby (vocalist) and Paul Mercer (violinist), and will be playing

7. Links
Lorena Babcock Moore Artwork and publications on hand processed pigments. Paul Mercer - Violinist and Composer. Diana Obscura - Cellist/Vocalist

8. FreeLists / Atlantaprog / [atlantaprog] Re Sundog Friday Night
at DragonCon because I worked the merchandise booth next to their Violinist Paul Mercer. Incredible in his own right, you put Paul with a great

9. The Changelings, March 12, Ventura Theatre
a classical posture), percussionist Chandler Rentz, keyboardist Nick Pagan and standout violinist Paul Mercer, The Changelings stage presence

10. Reviews Hellenic Voice
Gifted violinist, Paul Mercer's accompaniment enriches a poignant dialogue with the other instruments.

11. College Of Liberal Arts:  Robert McDuffie And Friends Fall Festival For String
Last year, mercer University named internationally renowned violinist RobertMcDuffie, mercer Music String Faculty. Giselle Hillyer Caroline paul King
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Art Christianity Communication and Theatre Arts ... Opera Robert McDuffie and Friends Fall Festival for Strings Simons, John Summer 2005 conducting application Townsend Institute of Church Music Student Handbook ... Liberal Arts Home College of Liberal Arts: Robert McDuffie and Friends Fall Festival for Strings About the Festival
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About the Festival Last year, Mercer University named internationally renowned violinist Robert McDuffie, Distinguished University Professor of Music. Between concert engagements he teaches Mercer string students, guiding them to a higher level of musicianship. He also partners with Mercer to advance its excellent music program to one of conservatory quality, especially in the area of strings. Mr. McDuffie, in collaboration with the Mercer music faculty, has designed an intense three-day string festival for high school juniors and seniors. Committed to providing participants with a superb opportunity to study with the very best, Mr. McDuffie personally selected and invited each of the four concert artists from across the nation to serve with him as the Master Teachers for this exceptional event.

12. Dragon*Con Biography: [Paul Mercer]
paul mercer has appeared at Dragon*Con for nearly a decade. He is best knownas the violinist/violist for the ethereal neoclassical pop quintet (and
Some features of this site use JavaScript. If you can see this text then you you need to use the site map to navigate to different pages. GUESTS Paul Mercer A self-taught musician and composer who has been performing for over twenty years, Paul Mercer has appeared at Dragon*Con for nearly a decade. He is best known as the violinist/violist for the ethereal neoclassical pop quintet (and Dragon*Con alumnae) The Changelings , whose most recent album, Astronomica , was lauded as one of the Top Ten Albums of 2002 by The Village Voice After two decades of perfecting electronic violin sounds using external effects, Paul has focused on pure acoustic work. Recently he has collaborated with Tal-Kasia Productions, providing live accompaniment to their acclaimed interpretation of Marlowe's Doctor Faustus (Seven Stages Theater, Atlanta, Fall 2002). Currently Tal-Kasia Productions are creating a short film called Replacing Delphine inspired by Mercer's composition "Music Box." Filmed on location in the skeleton of a Southern Gothic mansion ravaged by fire, the silent film (shot in 35mm high definition black-and-white) features Mercer's soundtrack and will be submitted to this year's Cannes and Sundance Film Festivals. Mercer also co-wrote and co-produced the soundtracks written by The Changelings for the Noble Armada video game and the Netherworld haunted house. Currently Mercer is completing work on his long-awaited solo album

13. Arts In The Park - May 6th - May 15th
Music The Echoes, the Memories, the Violin. paul mercer. Electric violinist paulmercer will play songs from his recent CD Ghosts, as well as music from
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    14. CAPITOL : MusicWeb Encyclopaedia Of Popular Music
    mercer soon hired mus. dir. paul Weston, who in later years loved to talk about the A small but select classical output incl. violinist Nathan Milstein,
    Encyclopaedia now available on CD-ROM

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    15. Paul's DC2K Pics
    of Atlanta s most talented bands (IMO perhaps the most talented band) in largepart because of the incredible talent of paul mercer, their violinist.
    Paul's DC2K Pics
    Last updated July 9th, 2000
    Here's a selection of pics from Dragon*Con 2000. I wish I'd taken more shots of people and costumes in general, but I'm an indifferent photographer and just kept forgetting to haul the camera out...I've never really had a camera before for any length of time, so I'm just not used to carrying one around. :)
    "Setting the Stage" (Wednesday pics)
    Here are some photos taken before Dragon*Con was really under way:

    16. Tudor Folk Club - Archive For July To December, 2002
    Alien Folklife is the acoustic folk music duo of Canadian paul mercer and Her mother, whose father had been a professional violinist, loved Mozart and
    Tudor Folk Club home page Programme
    details of forthcoming guests and events About the Club
    Who we are, what we do and where we do it Contacts
    How to get in touch: names, 'phone numbers, e-mail addresses Guests' gallery
    Pictures of recent star guests at Tudor Links
    Favourite and reciprocal links Archive
    Past guests back to January 1999, reviews and links
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    Changes which have been made to this site
    Tudor Folk Club
    Chesham, Bucks, England
    Archive July to December 2002
    1st July 2002 -
    A talented Lancaster based trio who have recently made quite an impact in the region's folk clubs and farther afield with their thoughtful and quietly compelling brand of contemporary acoustic songwriting. Their sound world is characterised by a blend of soft-hued twin-guitar work and well-harmonised vocal lines with alternating leads. Their well-observed and crafted songs have an assuredly melodic quality. Kate and Paul don't feel the need to need to prove their instrumental capabilities, so there's no bravado or blustering display of technique, just unobtrusively accomplished playing of filigree intricacy. Tony Taffinder adds a diversity to their arrangements with guitar, bouzouki, mandolin, mandola, fiddle, flute, whistles, harmonicas, bodhran, bass guitar and voice.
    8th July 2002 - Atlantic Crossing
    Vermont's top contradance band performs songs and instrumental music of New England, Quebec, Maritime Canada, and the British Isles, as well as original material inspired by these musical traditions. The band’s arrangements feature rich harmonies and driving rhythms, showing a deep love for the tradition along with a high level of creativity, emotional expression, and just plain fun. They are:

    17. 91FM - Program Archive
    Also the connection between play and sex, the Mabel mercer festival of cabaret violinist paul Krassner flunks at a Carnegie Hall recital and becomes the

    Listen ... WHYY 91FM Major funding for Been There/Done That is provided by The Atlantic Philanthropies with additional funding by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Program Archive
    June 2002
    The Unknown: Magicians, Anti-aging Curesand the Deep Sea.
    Host Marty Goldensohn investigates the secret of "The Turk," the famous 18th century chess-playing machine; looks for the truth behind the Sasquatch and little green men with Father Fanthorpe, (researcher of all things paranormal); and cracks the myths behind modern anti-aging cures. A visit with a woman who hears colors, and remodeling your house, Munsters-style.
    Why Do We Play?, Board Games, Sex Games, Learning To Play Golf, And The Art Of Cabaret Singing..
    Links of the Week:

    18. The WeeklyPress@Philly1.Com -- John Lane's Notes On Music -- 01/21/04
    Sally mercer and paul L. Nolan under Dugald MacArthur s direction. violinist Scott St. John and pianist Min Kwon will perform a benefit Alumni
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    John Lane's Notes on Music
    By John Lane Famed contralto Ewa Podles makes her Opera Company of Philadelphia and role debut as Princess Eboli in "Don Carlo," Jan. 30 through Feb. 15.
    A Philadelphia premiere and another feather in the cap of the Academy of Vocal Arts, Puccini's second opera, the rarity "Edgar," opens at the Perelman Theater on January 21 and repeats on January 23, then moves to Haverford's Centennial Hall on January 24. This stirring tale of love, betrayal and death features the outstanding voices of AVA's young resident artists under Conductor Christofer Macatsoris with the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia in a concert version. Sung in Italian with English language supertitles. All performances are at 7:30 p.m. 215-735-1685. Kimmel Center, Broad and Spruce. More dance, this time at the Wilma, from January 21 through February 8, presenting a variety of dance companies including Headlong Dance Theater, Melanie Stewart Dance Theatre, Roko Kawai, Sabela Grimes, Charles O. Anderson, Philadelphia Chinese Opera Society, Dancefusion and Subcircle, not all performing on the same programs. For details and a full rundown, phone 215546-7824. 265 South Broad Street. Wednesdays at the Art Museum brings the Philadephia Theatre Company in on January 21 to perform excerpts from their forthcoming "Nickel and Dimed" by Joan Holden based on the Barbara Ehrenreich book; the William Appling Singers offering American hymns and spirituals; and the women's vocal ensemble KITKA. On January 28, the Liberian Culture Dance Troupe features Kormassa Bobo; Third Wish demonstrates music and dance with Irish influences; and the 35-member Voloshky Ukrainian Dance Ensemble performs. Fridays are jazz evenings and on January 23 Wycliffe Gordon is on tap, followed on January 30 by Doug Wamble's guitar and vocals. All evening events, from 5 to 8:45 p.m., are free with Museum admission. 215763-8100. 26th and the Parkway.

    19. The Burney Ensemble - Reviews
    As usual, the group flutist Sonja Boon, violinist paul Luchkow, violist MichelleSpeller, Although Frank mercer, one of his 20th century biographers,
    Articles and Reviews:
    "bach circle" - Early Music America, Winter 2002-03 "bach circle" - The Georgia Straight, May 2002 "bach circle" - Flute Notes, May 2002 Music of the Rococo: May 13, 2000 ... Preview: In Charles Burney's footsteps.
    "bach circle"
    By Tom Moore, Early Music America, Winter 2002-03 It's a measure of the depths to which the recording industry has fallen that such an excellent disc should be issued by the ensemble that recorded it, rather than by a label that could provide more extensive distribution (it is not available through any of the major online sites). The Burney Ensemble was founded by flutist Sonja Boon, a student of Wilbert Hazelzet and Rachel Brown, in 1998; this disc, recorded in July of 2001, is the ensemble's first. The various works from Bach, his family, and his students, should all be familiar to devotees of this repertoire, but rarely have they been so well recorded. CD details
    "bach circle"
    By John Keillor, The Georgia Straight, Vancouver, May 23, 2002

    20. Armory Arts And Music Center - Duluth Minnesota - Artist List
    Menuhin, Yehudi World Famous Concert violinist. mercer, Tommy Singer Sunset Valley Barn Dance - KSTP Radio St. paul. Supremes, The SWhitman, Slim
    Artists and other notables who have appeared at the Duluth Armory
    Brother's Circus Adams, Cederic of WCCO – Mpls Adelaide Abbot – Singer Allen, Robert S. - Author Amboy Dukes, The, with Ted Nugent Anderson, “Whispering” Bill Anderson, Bill - Animals, The – Rock Group Anthony, Ray - Trumpet player Arden, Elizabeth – Cosmetician Arlen, Richard – Movie Star Armstrong, Louis about 1955 Arnold, Eddy – Country Star Arthur Treacher Augustana College Cappella Choir – Rock Island, IL Autry, Gene and his horse "Champion" – Country and Movie Star Bare, Bobby – Country Star Baxter, Ann – Movie Star Beach Boys, The Beith, Major Ian Hay - English novelist and playwright Bellamy, Ralph - Actor Benson Orchestra of Chicago – 1920’s Jazz Bergan, Edger and Puppet – Charley McCarthy Bergman, George and his Wisconsin Serenaders Bernstein, Leonard conducted the Duluth-Superior Symphony Orchestra Black Devils Band - 1920’s Syncopation Orchestra Bolognini, Ennio – Violinist Bonds, Gary “U.S.”

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