Ambient Visions Music Reviews The pianist/composers are former Narada artist Spencer Brewer (who also produced and bradley joseph s One Deep Breath is a fascinating combination of http://www.ambientvisions.com/5152002.htm
Extractions: Music Reviews About Articles CD Focus Charts and Playlists ... New Releases Reviews 5-15-2002 Redwood Aire by Spencer Brewer Visit Spencer Brewer's website " Redwood Aire " is the second album of piano solos by four artists from Northern California. The pianist/composers are former Narada artist Spencer Brewer (who also produced and engineered the album in his Laughing Coyote Studio Marilynn Tollefsen Michael Coughenour , and Tom Ganoung . While the artists' playing and composing styles are distinct and different from each other, this CD maintains a smooth, calming effect and defies categorization. All four composers are seasoned and very accomplished - this is no light-weight fluff. I loved the album from the first listen, and found that I enjoyed it more and more, hearing something new each time. On the first album, I felt that Brewer's pieces were far superior to the others, but this time it's a really great mix that works exceptionally well. Spencer Brewer contributed five pieces to this collection. "
Pianist Boris Bekhterev Brad Mehldau bradley joseph bradley Mariska Brian Kovach Bryn Roberts Bud Powell Burkard Schliessmann Butch Thompson http://www.prartmusic.com/html/cool_piano.htm
JOHN BELL YOUNG, Pianist John DesMarteau, joseph Fabio, Edvard Lieber, bradley Pennington, JoannaPorackova, The superb American pianist and Fulbright scholar, Albert Frantz http://www.johnbellyoung.com/page-links.html
Southeast Missourian: Weddings From May 2003 pianist was Victoria Malone of St. Louis. Parents of the bride are the Rev. Carol Jo Schuessler and joseph bradley Roth were married June 22, 2002, http://semissourian.rustcom.net/features/weddings/2003-05/
Extractions: PERRYVILLE, Mo. Michelle Lynn Soots and Larry Wayne Dreyer were married Oct. 12, 2002, at Trinity Lutheran Church in Altenburg, Mo. The Rev. Matthew Marks performed the ceremony. Vocalists were Stacey Kinikin and Dennis Hacker of Longtown, Mo. Parents of the bride are J.T. Price of Altenburg and Shirley Richardson of Perryville. The groom is the son of Lowell and Irma Dreyer of Perryville... Marshall-Gregory BENTON, Mo. Sarah Marshall and Keith Gregory exchanged vows April 18, 2003, at Christian Mission in Benton. Teresa Williams performed the ceremony. Pianist was Victoria Malone of St. Louis. Parents of the bride are the Rev. William and Loretta Marshall of Benton. The groom is the son of James and Mildred Gregory of Benton... Luebbers-Sullivan Rebecca Jean Luebbers and Charles Wayne Sullivan were married Feb. 15, 2003, at Bethany Baptist Church. The Rev. Raymond McAfee performed the ceremony. Soloist was Danetta Held of Cape Girardeau. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Bob Luebbers of Cape Girardeau, and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Martin of Scott City... Cotner-Powers Danielle Kristine Cotner and Michael Jason Powers were married Oct. 26, 2002, at Trinity Lutheran Church in Egypt Mills. The Rev. Mark Martin performed the ceremony. Organist was Judy Beal. Ron and Karen Cotner of Cape Girardeau are parents of the bride. The groom is the son of Judith Kirk of St. Louis...
Extractions: Some Season One episodes available as mp3 files... Episode #1, Walter Mays, part 1 Episode #1, Walter Mays, part 2 Episode #13, Dan Welcher, part 1 Episode #13, Dan Welcher, part 2 Episode #25, John Corigliano, part 1 Episode #25, John Corigliano, part 2 Episode #26, Krzysztof Penderecki, part 1 Episode #26, Krzysztof Penderecki, part 2 Season Two listings 1 Joan Tower 2 Virko Baley 3 AMCs Frank Oteri (on: Carter, Ives and Antheil) 4 Benjamin Lees 5 Christopher Rouse 6 Gunther Schuller 7 Lowell Liebermann 8 Eric Ewazen 9 Eric Whitaker 10 Paul Moravec 11 Steve Reich 12 Andrew Violette 13 Rob Kapilow/Kristin Kuster 14 Charles Wuorinen 15 Richard Danielpour 16 Wayne Peterson 17 Witold Lutoslawski 18 Best of... 19 Augusta Read Thomas 20 Katherine Murdock 21 Lori Laitman 22 Ellen Taafe Zwilich 23 Eric Moe 24 Joseph Schwantner 25 John Adams, part 1 26 John Adams, part 2
Bradley Sowash Song Inspirations In 1857, joseph Scriven, an eccentric Irish immigrant in Canada, Noodle Soup Late night in a smoky bar the pianist wraps up his set with one last http://bradleysowash.com/songinsp.htm
Extractions: In the 1770s, John Newton, a former slave trader turned evangelical preacher, was moved to write new words to fit a traditional tune. His inspired composition has come to be one of the best-loved songs in America. For some, it is an easily recognizable folk song. For others, it is a moving statement of faith. I want to reflect both the secular and the sacred in these variations. 2. Let Us Break Bread Together Here is another spiritual of unknown origin that was used by slaves hoping to escape to freedom. Used primarily today during communion, Let Us Break Bread Together was originally a "gathering song" beginning with the phrase "Let us praise God together on our knees." Like many spirituals, the words may have held hidden messages about such gatherings known only to slaves. I treat it here as both a slow jazz ballad and an up-tempo Harlem stride. 3. We Gather Together
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Zucker & Zoeckler pianist Mary Jo Gothmann has been a member of the Metropolitan Opera music joseph Zoeckler, violinist, is a graduate of the bradley Institute of Music http://www.placitasarts.org/Concerts/February/Zucker music.htm
Extractions: Home Concerts Contact us Visual Arts ... Links Sunday, February 20, 2005, 3:00 pm This Concert is Sponsored by Claudia W. Moraga The New Mexico Symphony Orchestras (NMSO) Principal Cellist Joan Zucker and her violist husband Joe Zoeckler , Assistant Concertmaster of NMSO, will be joined by special friend, Mary Jo Gothmann to perform beautiful music. Photo by Joe Zoeckler Zucker and Zoeckler met in Venezuela, where they were both members of the Filarmonica de Caracas. They moved to Merida, Venezuela, in the Andes, playing in the Orquesta Filarmonica de Merida together. They left for Florida in 1982 but soon decided they really wanted to travel in Asia. After four months of trekking in Nepal and Thailand and exploring India and China, they came back to New Mexico, where there were cello and violin openings in the Orchestra of Santa Fe. They paid their musical dues piecing together a living performing, teaching privately, teaching at United World College, playing in the Roswell, Santa Fe and NM symphonies as well as the Santa Fe Opera Orchestra, and working as NM Artists in Residence. Their current challenge and delight is raising their son, Leo.
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The Daily Star - Online Edition Dr. Jonathan Sastic was pianist, with Johanna Brown and Patricia Odell as soloists Ruth Ellen Harrington and Timothy joseph bradley were married Friday, http://www.thedailystar.com/news/community/weddings/2004/10/wed1009.html
Jazz Threads McDuff, a native of Champaign, started out as a bassist/pianist, The groupwas comprised of the late Joe bradley, piano, Waymon (Punchy) Atkinson, http://www.40north.org/jazzthreads/jazzyarns/musicaljourney.html
Extractions: By Tony Zamora On the UIUC campus, the Illini Union hosted jazz sessions that were appropriately called "Jazz U Like It." In later years, the House of Chin showcased great local jazz combos. In addition, an underground series of jazz concerts were frequently held at the Red Herring in the Channing-Murray Foundation. Treno's on Goodwin Street also sponsored Saturday afternoon jazz sets that featured the Tony Zamora Jazz Ensemble that attracted large audiences from the campus and C-U community. The local Amvets Club featured the late Count demon and his Demons of Jazz. The band was led by Count Demon (nee) William Evans and consisted of several outstanding musicians who were introduced to the C-U community by the late "Brother" Jack McDuff. McDuff, a native of Champaign, started out as a bassist/pianist, and later switched to and concentrated on the Hammond organ. By then, McDuff had already gained national and international prominence as one of the nation's leading premier jazz organists. When I first visited these local clubs, I couldn't believe the high caliber of jazz that I was hearing when I initially heard Count Demon's band. The group was comprised of the late Joe Bradley, piano, Waymon (Punchy) Atkinson, tenor saxophone and the late Count Demon, drums and vocals. Bass duties alternated between local bassist Bill Boyle, who worked at C-U's School Music Service, Dewey Duerson (Indianapolis) and Bill Yancey (Chicago).
Jazz Threads Don Heitler, jazz pianist We learned a lot about jazz by going down to the had a wonderful piano player on a pretty regular basis named Joe bradley. http://www.40north.org/jazzthreads/jazzyarns/race.html
Extractions: In Person It's nice to think that jazz crosses color barriers, but that's not always the case. In Champaign-Urbana, there has always been a very real line—it's called University Avenue—between the black community and the white community, or between the black community and the University community. The black community lived, and still lives, on the "North End." They had their own network of musicians and musical haunts. If you were really into the music, you were welcome in their environment. Black musicians played in white environments too, but the two races were not often seen mingling together. The University of Illinois Jazz Band was formed during the Civil Rights movement and the band was into its heyday when Black Power became a movement. Of the black, local, jazz musicians, some were so into the music that they didn't think of their experiences as racist until they remembered events much later. Others had bitter racist encounters that deeply affected them. And still others tried hard to build a relationship between blacks and whites that would bring the community closer together.
Extractions: Jazz From Lincoln Center Written by Paul Chuffo (Scott LaFaro) [top] from 10/13/00 2) Vox: Joe Lovano "Gonzalo is a really beautiful pure improviser, no matter what kind of music we play or what kind of tune it is. Whether its structured forms with written melodies, or very abstract, free, impressionistic type pieces, we try to play together so that we create music instead of re-create something." Vox: Gonzalo Rubalcaba "With Joe, of course, and like anytime you walk out on stage, its like to be born and die again. With Joe, theres a special-ness in the sense of freedom and a sense of freedom along with a very strong sense of communication." 3) Bradley: THE TERM "EXPERIMENTAL" HAS BEEN USED TO DESCRIBE MANY ARTISTS FROM JOHN COLTRANE, TO ERIC DOLPHY, TO SUN RA. BUT TODAY, ONLY A FEW MUSICIANS TAKE THE SAME KINDS OF CHANCES. SAXOPHONIST JOE LOVANO AND PIANIST GONZALO RUBALCABA ARE TWO OF THEM. THEIR FREE IMPROVISATIONS SHIFT RHYTHMS, MAKE UNUSUAL SOUNDS, AND TAKE FULL ADVANTAGE OF THEIR VIRTUOSO TECHNIQUE. 4) Bradley (cont): JAZZ HAS OFTEN BEEN CALLED "THE SOUND OF FREEDOM," BUT TO GONZALO RUBALCABA, THAT "FREEDOM" NEEDS STANDARDS.
Extractions: Jazz From Lincoln Center Good Old Good Ones Final Draft, September 4, 1998 By Peter Keepnews, 1) Music: Milenburg Joys (Morton) 2) Vox: Michael White (1992 interview, 15:58) The whole idea that early jazz is just the music of a certain period, and that it // no longer has validity in the culture and all, that's a lot of bunk. Bob Wilber (57:54) To me, I listen to the records of these giants they get better all the time. It's like old wine. // It's timeless music, and it's just as up-to-date and // applying to our contemporary living as // when it was made. 3) Bradley: LOUIS ARMSTRONG HAD AN EXPRESSION FOR SONGS THAT STAND THE TEST OF TIME. HE CALLED THEM "THE GOOD OLD GOOD ONES." SOME OF THE MOST DURABLE OF THOSE SONGS WERE FIRST PLAYED IN NEW ORLEANS IN THE EARLY YEARS OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY. WE'LL HEAR THE TIMELESS JAZZ OF LOUIS ARMSTRONG, JELLY ROLL MORTON, KING OLIVER, AND OTHER PIONEERS, PERFORMED BY MICHAEL WHITE, WYNTON MARSALIS, AND FRIENDS ON THIS EDITION OF JAZZ FROM LINCOLN CENTER . I'M ED BRADLEY. 4) Music: Santa Claus Blues (Louis Armstrong "An Early Portrait")
American BigBands - Page 3 S Bands Between 1939 41, he was the pianist for The Will bradley - Ray McKinley Orchestra,so named because both men were partners in the new venture. http://nfo.net/usa/s3.html
Extractions: Soon after moving to Chicago in 1927, he switched, from the Drums to piano. In these early years, Slack worked with Johnny Tobin's orch. In 1931, he moved to Los Angeles, CA, where he worked with bands led by Henry Halsted, Earl Burtnett, Archie Rosate and Lennie Hayton. During 1934-36, he worked with Ben Pollack's band, and from 1936-'39 was part of Jimmy Dorsey's band, where he worked alongside drummer Ray McKinley. Since Freddie had started his career as a drummer, there was a natural affinity between the two men. Between 1939-'41, he was the pianist for The Will Bradley - Ray McKinley Orchestra, so named because both men were partners in the new venture. Slack drew much public acclaim for his piano work on the band's famous recording of "Beat Me Daddy, Eight To The Bar", as well as on many other Bradley recordings. These helped launch a boogie-woogie fad. (Slack was also heard on some Big Joe Turner recordings during this time, and with another 'Blues Man' - "T Bone" Walker, later during Slack's Capitol Records days.) Early in 1941, Slack left the Bradley-McKinley band and his place was briefly taken by Bob Holt, from Worcester, MA., before being replaced by Billy Maxted.
Musical Calendar For November 19 Keith Allison, David Bell, Robert Michael bradley, Gregory Branson, 29) Duke Ellington s writehand man; assistant arranger and pianist since 1939 http://nfo.net/calendar/nov19.htm
Extractions: Tommy Dorsey , trombone/leader, b. Shenandoah, PA, USA. d. Nov. 26, 1956, Greenwich, CT, USA. age: 51. Tommy was almost 2 years younger than brother Jimmy (reeds). In early 1920s, they first played with the Scranton Sirens orch. In 1925 they joined the California Ramblers Orch. They went on to play with Jean Goldkette and Paul Whiteman Orchestras. Began recording under their own names in 1928. Formed a touring band in 1934. Tommy Quit the Dorsey Bros band in 1935. They were re-united in 1950s. Tommy died 1 week after his 51st birthday.
Chicago Chamber Musicians: The Performers joseph Genualdi has performed extensively throughout North America and Europeannually Deborah Sobol is a pianist and music educator with a distinctive http://www.chicagochambermusic.org/the_performers_ens.html
Extractions: Barbara Butler, Professor of Trumpet at Northwestern University , was previously Professor of Trumpet at the Eastman School of Music. Former Co-Principal Trumpet with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, Principal Trumpet of the Grant Park Symphony Orchestra , and Acting Associate/Assistant Principal Trumpet with the Houston and St. Louis Symphony Orchestras, Ms. Butler was also a member of the Eastman Brass and Eastman Virtuosi. Currently Soloist and Co-Principal Trumpet with Music of the Baroque The Chicago Chamber Musicians , and the Grand Teton Music Festival Orchestra, Ms. Butler continues to perform as soloist and guest artist with orchestras and music festivals in Spain, Italy, Finland, Japan, Switzerland, and throughout the United States and Canada. Also in demand for her teaching skills, Ms. Butler has offered master classes and recitals around the world. Her students are members of the finest orchestras and college/university faculties. Ms. Butler has been featured on national and international radio broadcasts with Eastman Brass, Grand Teton Music Festival
The Curtis Institute Of Music Orchestral Repertoire. Norman Carol, Violin joseph de Pasquale, Viola Staff pianist. Jungeun Kim. MUSICAL STUDIES FACULTY. Edward Aldwell, CoChair http://www.curtis.edu/html/30310.shtml
The Curtis Institute Of Music Orchestral Repertoire. Norman Carol, Violin joseph de Pasquale, Viola Staff pianist. Jungeun Kim, Administrative Coordinator of Concerts and Recitals http://www.curtis.edu/html/20310.shtml
Bill Nunn joseph Robbie Robertson; The Substitute Failure Is Not an Option (2001) (V) . bradley, Physical Therapist; New Jack City (1991) . Duh Duh Duh Man http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0638056/