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Bronson Piano Studio Baritone Bo Skovhus pianist warren jones. Carmel Music Society lieder recital featuring Danish baritone Bo Skovhus and pianist warren jones in a program consisting of five songs by http://www.bronsonpianostudio.com/reviews/101800r1.htm
Extractions: Lyn Bronson The Carmel Music Society opened its 2000-2001 concert season on October 18 at Sunset Center in Carmel with a lieder recital featuring Danish baritone Bo Skovhus and pianist Warren Jones in a program consisting of five songs by Haydn, a selection of songs from Schubert's Schwanengesang and Schumann's Dichterliebe In addition to a distinguished career in opera, Skovhus has also built a reputation as a lieder singer and has made some highly regarded Schubert and Schumann recordings with pianist Helmut Deutsch. This concert represents his first appearance of on the Monterey Peninsula, and thus his is a welcome new face on our musical scene. This concert seemed very brief and very serious. There were no operatic arias or vocal chestnuts to delight the opera buffs in the audience (and we do have a few), nor were there any modern art songs or Broadway hits to give the program more variety. This recital began with lieder, and it ended with lieder. At the beginning of the recital in the Haydn songs, Mr. Skovhus' voice seemed rather constrained and distant, and not at all what we might expect from someone with his operatic experience. However, the songs themselves were pleasant, if not terribly interesting, and the two musicians rendered them in a sensitive, musicianly manner. The five songs from the
NPR PIANIST WARREN JONES WAS pianist warren jones was one of the featured performers at the last session of Music at the Supreme Court in April, 1997. We'll hear him play the Magnetic Rag by Scott Joplin, 'Chicken Pie' by http://rdre1.inktomi.com/click?u=http://www.npr.org/features/feature.php?wfId=10
The Accompanist: The Unsung Hero? Tremendous rewards await such a pianist on his journey working with generous artistswho warren jones went so far as to call the work between soloist and http://www.scena.org/lsm/sm5-3/Accompanist-en.htm
Extractions: "Later I happened to appear next to her on the stage dozens of times, but I was not sure of how to bow, where to look, nor how many steps to walk behind her. I glided, like a shadow, without looking at the audience. I would take my seat keeping my eyes to the ground and then put my hands on the keyboard." Nina Berberova wrote these sentences in her 1934 novel The Accompanist . Is it still an accurate picture of the accompanist's life, or have attitudes changed towards a better understanding of the pianist's role? An accompanist shares many traits with an anaesthetist. He generally has studied longer than the surgeon and must constantly stay alert to prevent an unpredictable disaster, but when all is said and done, the surgeon (like the soloist) gets all of the credit. One must first realize that the pianist-accompanist is almost the classical music world's "new kid on the block". Originally, accompaniments were played on the lute. Then, during the baroque period, the harpsichordist became an essential partner, playing the basso continuo . He had to improvise elaborate accompaniments anchored in the composer's harmonic canvas. The recitatives of 18th-century Italian opera were still sustained by the basso continuo but the accompaniment became more important in the arias. The greater composers of the era created thicker accompaniments, transforming their arias into duets between the voice and a particular instrument. At the end of the 18th century, the piano pushed the harpsichord aside as the instrument for accompaniment and chamber music. The Alberti bass, with its pattern of broken chords, became the most popular accompaniment figure. Slowly, the texture evolved and reached its first pinnacle in Schubert's lieder, where the piano became an equal partner in depicting the scenery or evoking the underlying emotions of the poems. Just think of the spinning-wheel effect achieved by the pianist in
Extractions: Don't Miss Out On Any More Events! Sign up for Classical discount offers plus a weekly summary of events in your area. E-Mail Address: ZIP Code: Already a member? Log in. Our next Classical event: David Daniels Sings Bach with the San Francisco Symphony Our next event at The Huntington Library: Pianist Barry Douglas with the Camerata Pacifica Full Price: $38.00 Our Price: $15.00 American Pianist Warren Jones returns to perform with the Camerata Pacifica ensemble! The program includes an early Haydn Piano Trio, a late-middle period Beethoven Violin Sonata, and then a visit to the Second Viennese School with Webern and Schoenberg.
Extractions: He not only fights crime, he sings too! See the 1969 Broadway sensation revived in the first local public production of this show in almost 20 years. The Man of Steel is larger than life with musical numbers like "It's Superman," "So Long, Big Guy" and "Pow! Bam! Zonk!" Learn More Richard Nelson's Award-Winning Drama Goodnight Children Everywhere The Chance Theatre presents the Southern California premiere of Richard Nelsonâs 1999 Olivier Award-Winning Drama Goodnight Children Everywhere . Nelson's play is a lyrically rich portrait of four British siblings coming to terms with the profound effect that World War II has had on their young lives. Learn More Classic Drama Oedipus at Colonus
Extractions: Glenda Loraine Hagewood, 9-year-old daughter of James E. Hagewood and Anna Mai Carter Hagewood, died at Faulkner Springs hospital Monday morning at 3:30 o'clock. The child became ill at the parents home in Walling some three hours prior to her death. Glenda Loraine was born in White county May 23, 1944. She is survived by her parents; one brother, Alvin Justin Hagewood, and a sister, Janice Ann Hagewood, both of Walling; the maternal grandmother, Mrs. Hallie Carter, Walling, and the paternal grandmother, Mrs. Effie Hagewood, Daylight. Funeral services were held Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock at Mt. Pisgah church in White county. Burial was in Mt Pisgah cemetery. High's were in charge of arrangements. We wish to express our sincere thanks to all of those who were so kind to us during the recent sickness and death or our daughter, Glenda, and for the beautiful floral offierings and other deeds of thoughtful hospitality and help. We will ever feel grateful to all of those who were so kind to us during this hour. Respectfully
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Bronson Piano Studio On Monday, April 19, the Carmel Music Society presented soprano Ruth Ann Swenson,assisted by pianist warren jones, in a superb recital at Sunset Center in http://www.bronsonpianostudio.com/reviews/041999r1.htm
Extractions: In Rossini's L'invito , which sounds for all the world like an early Chopin Polonaise (not surprising, since Chopin was an ardent fan of Rossini and Bellini) Ms. Swenson continued to wow us with her fantastic control of dynamics and beautiful shaping of phrases. In the two Bellini arias, Almen se non poss'io and Per pieta, bell'idol mio
Isham Jones And His Orchestra Isham jones and his Orchestra discography. A history of Jazz before 1930. This site contains over 3000 songs from this era in Real Audio 3 format, as well as hundreds of biographies and for details. Isham jones led one of the finest Monthly, band members at that time were pianist Roy Bargy From "Dames"( Harry warren / Al Dubin) 94-1934 http://www.redhotjazz.com/ishamjones.html
Extractions: Isham, pronounced "eye- sham," moved to Chicago in 1915 and continued composing, often working in the World War I period with lyricist Olaf ("Ole") Olsen, a member of Jones's early Chicago band (later, in 1926, Ole Olsen and His Orchestra recorded three titles for Pathé Actuelle). One of their works from 1917 is among the first songs to refer to the new music called "jass." Actually, the spelling used is even more unorthodox: the song is "That's Jaz!" Possibly the songwriters had not seen the word "jazz" (or "jass") in print when they wrote the song. Its lyrics refer to saxophones and banjos, so the writers did not have the Original Dixieland Jass Band (ODJB) specifically in mind though they would have known the sensation the band made in Chicago in 1916. It is possible that Jones's own band at the time featured saxophones and banjos.
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Extractions: Accueil Instrumentistes - Liste des pianistes et de leurs agents. Sites en Français Amoyel, Pascal - Pianiste concertiste. Chaplin, François - Pianiste concertiste. Biographie, discographie, extraits, contacts. Courvoisier, Sylvie - Musique contemporaine, musique de ballet, de théâtre. Del Rio, Monika - Présente son récital de piano incluant les meilleures pages du compositeur polonais Frédéric Chopin. Fazil, Say - Portrait, répertoire et concert. Françaix, Jean - Biographie, oeuvres et concerts. Godart, Pascal - Pianiste concertiste. Gould, Glenn - Fonds d'archives de la Bibliothèque nationale du Canada. Exposition virtuelle, sons (RealAudio), outils de recherche, événements, écrits, etc. Heisser, Jean-François - Portrait du pianiste. Jacquon, Alain - Concerts, discographie, biographie et sa boîte à musique (ressources). Papadiamandis, Matthieu - Pianiste concertiste. Roth, Véronique - Cours d'improvisation individuels et sous forme de stages. Tharaud, Alexandre
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Extractions: Even though James Brown has probably trademarked the title "hardest working man in show business" it would be hard for even the Godfather of Soul to deny that Warren Haynes should be wearing the crown these days. The guitarist keeps a schedule that would have almost anyone else questioning his or her sanity. For the past year, Haynes has been busier than an ant at a picnic, constantly touring or recording with Govt Mule, the Allman Brothers Band or Phil and Friends.
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Extractions: COLLABORATIVE ALL-STARS: Two significant concerts in the next week feature a collaborative pianist of genius, long associated with this area and well-beloved by local music lovers. The punch line is that each of the two concerts features a different pianist. How is that for a measure of the richness of our reservoir of musical talent?
SUNY Potsdam: Warren Jones Worldrenowned pianist warren jones will perform in concert at TheCrane School of Music at SUNY Potsdam on Friday, Feb. 13, at http://www.potsdam.edu/news/2004/warren_jones.html
Extractions: CRANE SCHOOL OF MUSIC TO HOST WARREN JONES World-renowned pianist Warren Jones will perform in concert at The Crane School of Music at SUNY Potsdam on Friday, Feb. 13, at 7:30 p.m. in the Helen Hosmer Concert Hall. The concert will be followed by a reception in the Crane Commons. Jones will present a master class on Mozart style on Thursday from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. in the Sara M. Snell Music Theater and a master class on German lieder on Friday from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. in the Snell Theater. Jones has performed with the best-known artists of today including Stephanie Blythe, Samuel Ramey, Barbara Bonney, Denyce Graves and Dame Kiri Te Kanawa. To date, he has worked with entertainers such as Marilyn Horne, Kathleen Battle and Tatiana Troyanos and has appeared on television across the country with Luciano Pavarotti. Most recently, Jones has debuted with the New York Philharmonic Orchestra at Avery Fisher Hall. Jones has been featured on CBS Sunday Morning and reviewed in national papers. The Boston Globe described his playing as "flawless" and "utterly ravishing." The San Francisco Chronicle said, "His playing was a marvel, as always." Jones teaches at the Manhattan School of Music in New York City. Each summer he teaches and performs at the Music Academy of the West in Santa Barbara, CA.