Extractions: Performance Video Acquisitions Since 2001 3 by Martha Graham Graham, Martha, H. R. Poindexter, Dave Wilson, Eugene Lester, Norman Dello Joio, Carlos Surinach, Martha Graham Center for Contemporary Dance, and Martha Graham Dance Company. Santa Monica, CA: [Pyramid Home Video] CCL: GV1785.G7 A25 1990z Notes: Martha Graham Center for Contemporary Dance, Inc.; produced by H.R. Poindexter; directed by Dave Wilson; choreography by Martha Graham. Cortege of eagles / music composed and conducted by Eugene Lester (36 min.) Acrobats of God / music by Norman Dello Joio (26 min.) Seraphic dialog / music by Carlos Surinach (24 min.) 3 plays with Billie Whitelaw Beckett, Samuel, Ayson Wood, Werner Sommer, Walter D. Asmus, Billie Whitelaw, Klaus Herm, Christine Collins, Süddeutscher Rundfunk., Reiner Moritz Associates. and Films for the Humanities (Firm) Notes: Originally produced in 1988. Eh Joe / Klaus Herm (Joe), Billie Whitelaw (voice) (29 min.) Footfalls / Billie Whitelaw (May), Christine Collins (voice) (31 min.) Rockaby / Billie Whitelaw (woman and voice) (18 min.) SML: In Process The 7 faces of Robert Lepage = Les 7 paroles de Robert Lepage Montréal: Cinema 3180 B.E., 1997
By-Lion -- January 26, 2004 5. Tickets are on sale at the theatre box office, 220 E. thomas St., 985549-4371 . He performed with violinist Kate Ransom, in a program of selected http://www.selu.edu/NewsEvents/PublicInfoOffice/bl1-26-04.html
Extractions: January 26, 2004 From left, victory celebration guests listen to remarks from President Moffett; President Moffett, former President Clausen, and campaign Chair Phil Livingston admire the wall of honor; guests enter through the candle-lit SGA walkway. Victory celebration closes "Commitment to Excellence Campaign" Southeastern officially brought closure to the five-year Commitment to Excellence Campaign at a gala event Friday evening. Sims Memorial Library sparkled with candles and white lights for the victory party, which featured remarks by President Randy Moffett, former President Sally Clausen, Vice President for University Advancement Joe Miller, Campaign Chair Phil Livingston and others. Highlights also included the unveiling of a "wall of honor" of major donors, and a "thank you" video prepared by the Public Information Office with narration by KSLU's Wayne Cain. The Committment to Excellence Campaign, which was launched with a goal of raising $6.75-$10.75 million, ultimately raised $24.9 million for student scholarships, academic program enrichment, faculty and staff enhancement, endowed chairs and professorships, athletics, and ongoing support for the Southeastern Development Foundation.
Biography Base Letter B Bolduc, Madame singer, songwriter, harmonicist, violinist Bowdler,thomas - (born 1754), medical doctor and literary censor http://www.biographybase.com/bio/b-5.html
Extractions: Recordings are listed in chronological order: "The Lord’s Prayer" and "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star." Emile Berliner. (ca. 1888) Emile Berliner, the inventor of the microphone and founder of the first disc record company, lived and worked in Washington, D.C. A contemporary of Thomas Edison, Berliner believed that the wax cylinder developed by Edison and his partners was too soft and fragile for making a permanent recording. He developed the first process for mass-production of disc recordings. These are two of his early recordings. "Honolulu Cake Walk." Vess Ossman. (1898) During the era of ragtime music's greatest popularity, the late 19th and early 20th centuries, the syncopated music was typically recorded by bands, orchestras, or small ensembles, or accordion, xylophone, or banjo soloists. Vess Ossman, called "The Banjo King," was the one of the most prolific recording artists of that time. His "Honolulu Cake Walk" is a prime example of recorded ragtime banjo.
The Redditch Orchestra - History Jimmy had been a professional violinist working in leading orchestras and Anup Biswas, Martin Millner and Tom bowes performing standard concertos plus http://theredditchorchestra.sacbut.co.uk/content/blogsection/5/26/
Extractions: The Orchestra is made up of 35 members and it is enlarged for concerts to 40-50 players depending on the programme. Concerts are usually held in St Stephen's Church in Redditch or The Kingsley College (previously the Leys High School), but the Orchestra does do repeat performances of concerts in other venues and these have been in Pershore, Worcester, Alcester and Birmingham. The Orchestra has on occasions combined with choral societies to accompany some of the great choral masterpieces, has made two concert tours to France, one to Belgium and one to Germany.
Elgar Violin Concerto Tom talks about Elgar s violin concerto be ordering drinks and receivingcongratulations from friends! Tom bowes April 2000. back to top Tom Talks menu. http://www.thomasbowes.com/Pages/Elgarviolinconcerto.htm
Extractions: My first memory of the Elgar violin concerto is sitting in the front room aged ten and listening to my father's gramophone. Out came that extraordinary recording of the sixteen-year-old Menuhin and Elgar himself conducting the LSO. I can remember the cover of the LP transfer with that famous picture of Yehudi and Sir Edward standing on the steps of the EMI Abbey road studios. It would take many years for me to fully understand the poignancy of that meeting; the ageing composer collaborating with a youth in a work so rich in the evocation of times past and lost love. I was later given as a birthday present the Albert Sammons recording with Sir Henry Wood - one that I cherished as my own - and a pocket sized score. The score was also a present and to this day has my name on the front along with the date of its presentation - 1972 - in my father's hand. As a twelve year old I noticed several things; it was in a larger format than the Mendelssohn given me at the same time - the instruments stretching well down that first page and including several not in the other concerto; also, despite smaller type it had many more pages. Straight away it spoke of grandeur and a certain flamboyant style; it bristled with flourishes and words like strepitoso, nobilmente and allargando. It seemed to a youngster like a big adventure book in music, but one whose pain a twelve year old was yet only dimly becoming aware.
ARTS NEWS Jasper Wood, violin. Denise Djokic, cello. David Jalbert, piano Thursday,May 12 Fredericton The Black Box Theatre St. thomas University Campus http://people.stu.ca/~hunt/artsalliance/an0516.htm
Extractions: Serving the Arts in the Fredericton Region April 21, 2005, Volume 5, Issue 16 ALL TIED UP Opening At The NBCCD Gallery Downstairs Clew, Alternate Suspensions To Open At UNB Art Centre Trio Forte Coming up at the Beaverbrook Art Gallery Fredericton Concert And Marching Band Spring Concert Photo Fredericton Meeting With Guest Rachel Brodie Venart Spring Season Opening Celebrates Strathbutler Winners At ArtContact Rehearsals begin for Lucien Snowbird at Theatre New Brunswick! Fredericton Society Of Artists Spring Exhibition At Fredericton Inn 2005 ECMA Winner Hot Toddy Set Dates For New Brunswick This Spring The Tale of the Selkie Hooper Studios Spring Classes and Workshops Symphony New Brunswick Brings Beethoven To The Playhouse Drawing On The Renaissance At Gallery Connexion Coming Up At The Fredericton Playhouse Galleries At A Glance ALL TIED UP Opening At The NBCCD Gallery Downstairs April 22-May 4, 2005 ALL TIED UP presents an eclectic assortment of fibre works created by students of all three years of the Textiles Program at the New Brunswick College of Craft and Design. From basketry to knitting; weaving to bookbinding; needlefelting to interventions with found objects; these works explore a wide range of process and concept. Please join us on Friday, April 22 from 4 to 6 pm to celebrate the opening of this exhibition, which will be on view until May 4
Extractions: information listed after his or her name. Chopin More information about Chopin Grammy winner John Thomas 1904 ~ Glenn Miller, American trombonist and bandleader More information about Miller 1922 ~ Michael Flanders, Songwriter, comedian with the duo: Flanders and [Donald] Swann, made humorous mockery of English and American failings, died in 1975 1927 ~ Harry Belafonte, American calypso and folk singer, UNICEF goodwill ambassador, father of Shari Belafonte Paul Whiteman and his orchestra recorded for Victor Records. The featured vocalist on the track was 29-year-old Paul Robeson. The song became an American classic. 1930 ~ Benny Powell, Jazz musician, trombone with the Ernie Fields band, Lionel Hampton Count Basie Glenn renewed contract with Chesterfield Cigarettes was worth $4,850 a week (for three 15-minute programs). 1944 ~ Roger Daltrey, Singer with The Who 1968 ~ Country music stars Johnny Cash and June Carter got married on this day. Johnny walked down the aisle knowing that his 1956 hit
G The band here includes Jorge Pinchevskyviolin (and later of Gong on Shamal! influencial friendships with Conlon Nancarrow, Lou Harrison, Paul bowes. http://www.waysidemusic.com/Templates/frmTemplateA.asp?SubFolderID=30&SearchYN=N
2002 Summer Local 8th grader Kortnye Hurst played violin for Tom Bennett of the South Dakota Pierre Dan Binder, Spearfish Lone Black, Aberdeen Mary Ellen bowes, http://www.sdarts.org/news/news_summer2002.html
Extractions: Arts Alive magazine is a high-quality, quarterly publication with photos and other enhancements not practical for website display. Get the hardcopy version of Arts Alive as part of your three-for-one SD Arts Membership . Request a sample copy of Arts Alive Magazine by sending email to email@example.com The trouble with folk and traditional artists is that they rarely think of themselves as artists, and a good many of them practice their art as a hobby rather than a career. That means that they rarely show up on cultural inventories or directories of artists, and they don't end up on arts organizations' mailing lists. Somebody has to go out and find them if their rich store of cultural knowledge and skill is to be available to school children, concert goers, museum patrons, and all the rest of us who live somewhere other than the communities where these artists ply their arts. For many years, the South Dakota Arts Council has employed the expertise of folklorists-professionals who are trained in finding, documenting, and presenting traditional artists-to unearth our state's living treasures. It has been demonstrated that when there is no folklorist working in the state, we can lose touch with people like National Heritage Fellowship winners Alice New Holy, Kevin Locke, and Nellie Starboy Menard.
More Reviews Of The Scavenger Bride Droningly electronic forces brood beneath writhing violin currents in the first (of Attrition s Martin bowes pops in too provide the spoken word opening http://www.projekt.com/projekt/scavenger01.asp
Extractions: Years past, Lou Reed made a conceptual album named Berlin and called it a "movie of the mind". Black Tape's eighth, and latest masterpiece, "the scavenger bride" is reminescent of that idea except they create "movies of the soul". Replete with the lushness of love and the darkness of rejection, "the scavenger bride" unfolds a remarkable set of songs. Each song, a testament to the genius of black tape's founder, Sam Rosenthal, wends its way through the broken down and lost pathways leading to the human spirit. What it finds there, in that spirit, is neither peace nor transcendence but rather a miasma of excrutiatingly intense and icicled discoveries. The language of the lyrics haunt with a fierceness that doesn't leave for hours, indeed days. There is funereal sadness in the delivery of those lyrics.Whether sung by Elysabeth Grant with her wonderfully poignant voice or sung by several male contributers providing the touches of aural darkness so vividly etched into the soundscape of this work. Every musical sound emanating from this disc is so necessary to the dissemination of the stories, from the artistic merging of strings provided by Grant's viola, from Julia Kent's cello and from Vicki Richards' evocative violin to the misty and eternal flute of Lisa Feuer. Sam Rosenthal's command of the project and his outstanding atmospheric electronic work seals the glory. With each hanging note, a mood becomes set that whisks the listener into a world not their own, into a world of love filled with pain and deceit, a world of desire that is never fully realized but deeply yearned for.
What Happened All Those Years Ago - January 1879 John Brahms Violin Concerto in D major premiered in Leipzig. 1885 -Born this day, Lawrence Alfred bowes, in Newark, California, actor (Big Town http://www.andibradley.com/whatya/jan01.htm
Extractions: Those born on this date were born under the sign of Capricorn Independence Day in these countries: Cameroon (1960), Haiti (1804), Sudan (1956), Western Samoa (1962), Brunei (1984). - Origin of the Christian Era. - The Roman garrison of Mainz uprising took place. - Governor Lucius Antonius Saturninus of Germany became emperor of Rome. - Start of Roman (Pontifical) Indiction. - Born this day, Basilius the Great, of Caesarea, holyman (Moralia). - The last gladiator competition took place in Rome. - Died this day, Telemachus, Roman monk, murdered. - King Ataulf of Narbonne married emperor Honorius sister Galle Placidia. - Hofmeier Charles Martel fled from bishop Willibrord. - Died this day, Odo, Earl of Paris, king of France (888-98), aged about 39. - Died this day, Boudouin III, count of Flanders. - Russia adopted the Julian calendar.