Joseph Long, Piano Young Scottish pianist, page includes biography, recitals, repertoire and sample programmes. http://www.long76.freeserve.co.uk
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"A Diamond In The Rough" An Interview With Jazz Pianist Joseph Diamond - JazzVie Jazzreview.com is your connection to reviews of the hottest new jazz releases. Also featuring jazz news, artist interviews, jazz photography, charts, concert / club / festival reviews, and CD harmony and melody approaches, and its ability to linger in the mind long after the songs are performed your development as a pianist the most? joseph DIAMOND Well if I http://www.jazzreview.com/interviews47.html
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JOSEPH WOELFL joseph WOELFL. WOELFL, joseph (17721812), Austrian pianist and composer, was born in 1772 at Salzburg, where he Here he enjoyed a long term of popularity, crowned about 1808 by http://33.1911encyclopedia.org/W/WO/WOELFL_JOSEPH.htm
Extractions: WOELFL, JOSEPH See Austin Dobson's introduction to Charles Reade's novel Peg Woffington (London, 1899), and Augustin Daly's Woffington: a Tribute to the Actress and the Woman (1888). The Royal Society's Catalogue enumerates 276 separate memoirs written by him, apart from 43 in which he collaborated with others. ROBERT WODROW WOFFINGTON, M. (PEG)
Joseph C. Smith And His Orchestra Hugo Frey was probably the pianist at the first session since 1921, features a long cornet solo by Ernest Pechinthis is unusual for a Smith performance. But joseph C http://www.garlic.com/~tgracyk/smith.htm
Extractions: Excerpt from POPULAR AMERICAN RECORDING PIONEERS: 1895-1925 , by Tim Gracyk. The book was published in late 2000. Click here to visit (or return to) Tim Gracyk's main page listing all articles. Comments? email Tim Gracyk Joseph C. Smith's Orchestra was very successful from 1917 to 1921, reaching its peak popularity around 1919-1920, with the Victor Talking Machine Company issuing new Smith recordings almost every month. The labels on many Smith records have the phrase "for dancing" or "dance music." It recorded fox trots, one-steps, and waltzes, a few featuring a vocal refrain contributed by a Victor studio singer. Although musicians varied, generally eight instruments were used in the band, a combination of violin (Smith was a violinist), viola, piano, cello, trombone, cornet, drums. Smith's Orchestra began recording for the Victor Talking Machine Company on September 25, 1916. From this session came twelve-inch 35593 featuring Stewart James's "Songs of the Night" (the Victor Dance Orchestra is on the reverse side). It was issued in December 1916, and Victor's supplement for that month calls the orchestra "a new organization...popular with New York dancers." "Money Blues" was also recorded at this session but was held for a few months, and that session's take of a Cole Porter song went unissued. Two other performances recorded at this second session were issued on twelve-inch 35615: "Havanola" (also recorded by Prince's Band around this time for Columbia A5938 and by Jaudas' Band for Edison Blue Amberol 3298), and "Waltz from Drigo's Serenade." The disc was also issued in April, and Victor's supplement for that month gives "Havanola" the subtitle "Have Another," calling this "a very bright and cheerful number."
BERKLEE | Berklee Today Online concert, a piano duel with fellow British pianist Jason Rebello a show that they imaginativelycalled Jazz with Julian joseph. stay on one chord for a long time http://www.berklee.edu/bt/152/coverstory.html
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Mark Joseph, Pianist - Biography pianist Mark joseph Romantic, easy listening and new age music for piano. Meet the Artist Mark joseph. pianist Mark joseph grew up in Sydney, Australia Mark moved to the Pacific Northwest in 1996 after his long time business partner retired http://www.markjosephmusic.com/bio.html
Extractions: Meet the Artist... Mark Joseph Pianist Mark Joseph grew up in Sydney, Australia. At the age of five he was the youngest child ever accepted to the Conservatory of Music where he performed in concerts and won awards. He had originally planned to be a doctor, but soon realized music was his destiny. He received a Bachelor's degree in musical composition at the University of Sydney, and from then on, he began building an exciting career in what he was best at and loved most, composing music. Mark arrived in the United States in 1975 upon his acceptance to Berklee College of Music in Boston. He graduated from Berklee in two years Summa cum laude. Mark's career took a big leap in 1977 when he accepted a job writing and composing jingles for a company in Chicago. It was in Chicago that Mark met his future partner, Gary Klaff. Together, in 1979, they launched their own enormously successful company writing and composing jingles for nationally known companies. Their expertise was creating jingles for radio, TV, and business advertising. Some of their original musical creations were the McDonalds, Budweiser, Michelob, Pizza Hut, Mazda, Pontiac, Coors, and the Hoover Vacuum jingles. It doesn't stop there - Mark produced countless other jingles that included working with the Temptations, Frank Sinatra, the Neville Brothers, Lee Greenwood, Vince Gill, Jeff Baxter from the Doobie Brothers, and David Clayton Thomas from Blood Sweat and Tears.
The Pianist Q How long have you been playing Q Do you plan to be a professional pianist whenyou grow joseph s drive towards piano could be an inspiration for all of us http://www.rjfisher.lgusd.k12.ca.us/newspaper/events/piano.html
Extractions: Joseph is a 12 year old boy at Fisher Middle School who has a talent for playing music. Joseph plays the trumpet and the piano. He particularly excels in the piano. He has played piano for a very long time. We will learn more about his life as a piano player through this interview. Q: Why did you think of playing piano? A: I just like the sound of it. Q: How long have you been playing? A: I've been playing for about six or seven years. Q: What level piano are you? A: I'm level 9. Q: What makes a good piano player? A: You need to have heart to play it. Q: How does piano benefit you? A: Piano benefits you by relaxing your mind. Q: What do you focus more on, piano or trumpet? A: I focus more on the piano. Q: Do you plan to be a professional pianist when you grow up? A: Um........maybe. Q: Do you have anything to add to this interview? A: Piano is good. Well, that concludes this interview. Joseph's drive towards piano could be an "inspiration" for all of us. There is one lesson through all of this. Playing piano is good for you.
"Marsha Long Gives Benefit Concerts For The Philippines" Marsha long, soprano, pianist, composer, recording artist offers information on her carreer and accomplishments and Ave Maria CD. to Dr. long at MHlong@angelfire.com by the St. joseph the Patriarch Parish of Mabolo joseph. the Patriarch Parish of Mabolo was for the Cebu area. Dr long enjoyed http://www.marshalong.com/benefit.html
Extractions: Two of the main charities Dr. Long played concerts for were for Father Edison's Holy Spirit Parish in Pangarap Village, Tala, Kalookan City and the Diocese of Iligan and the St. Joseph the Patriarch Parish of Mabolo, Cebu City.The parishes in Kalookan City are very poor and can always use financial help. The proceeds from the benefit concerts Dr. Long performed for in VILLA SAN MIGUEL the Archbishop's Residence in Mandaluyong City, at San Carlos Seminary in Makati City, and CHRIST THE KING PARISH in Querzon City all were for the Parish of the Holy Spirit. These are all cities in the Manila region. The Concert at St. Joseph the Patriarch Parish of Mabolo was for the Cebu area. Dr Long enjoyed hearing the mass at the Church of ANG MULING PAGKABUHAY NG ATING PANGINOON celebrated by Father Paul John Camiring. It was a treat to meet all the people she was trying to help and to sing for their large and active music ministry team! His parish is desperately in need of a new Keyboard!!...and a bigger church! Dr Long was deeply touched by the devotion of the people and the extreme poverty around them. Dr Long will continues her charity concerts for the people as opportunities arise. Alternative Text
Joseph Pehrson joseph PEHRSON, composerpianist (b. Detroit, 1950) has written works for a wide variety of media including 94) by the long Island Composers Alliance. This piece was recorded and http://users.rcn.com/jpehrson/JosephPehrson.html
Extractions: JOSEPH PEHRSON , composer-pianist (b. Detroit, 1950) has written works for a wide variety of media including orchestra and chamber works. They have been performed at numerous venues including Merkin Hall, Weill Recital Hall, Symphony Space in New York and throughout the U.S., Eastern Europe and Russia. Since 1983 Mr. Pehrson has been co-director of the Composers Concordance in New York. He studied at the Eastman School of Music and the University of Michigan (DMA 1981). Pehrson's teachers included composers Leslie Bassett, Joseph Schwantner, and, informally, Otto Luening and Elie Siegmeister in New York. On April 8, 2003, Pehrson's Panoply for solo flute was performed in Moscow at the Russian Library of Foreign Literature by Vassily Soloviev and on April 12, 2003, famed theremin performer Lydia Kavina played Pehrson's
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Extractions: [an error occurred while processing this directive] DAN PINE Bulletin Staff Music lovers in the Bay Area have lost a local treasure. Sol Joseph, 90, longtime professor of music theory at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music and former conductor of the Jewish Folk Chorus of San Francisco, died Dec. 3 after a long illness. "Sol was the sweetest and gentlest man," remembers Renee Enteen, who sang with the Jewish Folk Chorus when Joseph was the ensemble's conductor in the mid-1980s. "He was humble and soft, but a great musician." Born to Ukrainian immigrants in 1912, Joseph earned a master's degree in music from the University of Chicago in his hometown. He served with the U.S. Army during World War II, staying on for a time in post-war Germany. In 1948, Joseph moved to San Francisco with his wife, Belle, and young son, Steven. Aided by the support of Bay Area classical music pioneers Maidie Bacon, Lillian Hodgehead and Ada Clement, Joseph joined the faculty of the San Francisco Conservatory in 1948. There he taught theory, counterpoint, harmony and music literature. He also served as acting director and conductor of the Conservatory Orchestra until his retirement in 1977, when he was awarded an honorary doctor of music degree.
Joseph Kalichstein | HarrisonParrott and the technical mastery of his playing, pianist joseph Kalichstein enthrals aboutavailability please contact Linda Marks Download a long biography Request a http://www.harrisonparrott.com/artists/Joseph_Kalichstein.asp
Extractions: Photo: Christian Steiner Acclaimed for his heartfelt intensity and the technical mastery of his playing, pianist Joseph Kalichstein enthrals audiences throughout the United States and in Europe, winning equal praise as chamber musician, recitalist, orchestral soloist and recording artist. He is the first Chamber Music Advisor to the Kennedy Center. Prior to his 1969 Leventritt Award victory, Mr Kalichstein won the Young Concert Artists' Auditions, leading to a heralded New York recital debut and performance with New York Philharmonic at the invitation of Leonard Bernstein. With his diverse repertoire Mr Kalichstein has collaborated with the most celebrated conductors and orchestras in Europe, Japan and the USA. He has been enthusiastically received at the Helsinki, Edinburgh, Aspen, Ravinia, Salzburg and Meadow Brook Festivals. Mr Kalichstein has repeatedly appeared in recital at Carnegie Hall's 'Keyboard Virtuosi' series and has been a regular participant in the Schubertiade series since its inception in 1988-89. He continues to record and to play in music capitals worldwide with the famed Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson piano trio, with whom he will appear at Carnegies Zankel Hall this season.
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Piano - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia free spruce, and make sure that it has been carefully dried over a long period oftime The pianist s guide to pedaling by joseph Banowetz (Bloomington http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piano
Extractions: Piano is a common abbreviation for pianoforte , a musical instrument with a keyboard (see keyboard instrument ). Its sound is produced by strings stretched on a rigid frame. These vibrate when struck by felt-covered hammers, which are activated by the keyboard. The word pianoforte is from the Italian for soft-loud , referring to the ability of the piano to play notes at many volumes. As a keyboard stringed instrument, the piano is similar to the clavichord and harpsichord . The three instruments differ in the mechanism of sound production. In a harpsichord, strings are plucked by quills or similar material. In the clavichord, strings are struck by tangents which remain in contact with the string. In a piano, the strings are struck by hammers which immediately rebound, leaving the string to vibrate freely. Table of contents 1 History 1.1 Piano history and musical performance 2 The modern piano 2.1 Types of piano ... edit The piano was invented by Bartolomeo Cristofori in Florence Italy . When he built his first piano is not entirely clear, but Franceso Mannucci wrote in his diary that Cristofori was working on an
Anthony Burgess His father was a cashier and pub pianist. ENDERBY, 1963 (as joseph Kell); THE NOVELTODAY, 1963; THE EVE OF A long TRIP TO TEATIME, 1976; NEW YORK, 1976 (with http://www.kirjasto.sci.fi/burgess.htm
Extractions: A B C D ... Z by birthday from the calendar Credits and feedback Anthony Burgess (1917-1993) - also called Joseph Kell, original name Jon Anthony Burgess Wilson English novelist, composer, and critic, whose novels are characterized by verbal inventiveness and social satire. Burgess has also written several biographies. However, the author's first love was music: he composed a number of works before publishing his first books. Among Burgess's best-known novels is A CLOCKWORK ORANGE (1962). "'What's going to be then, eh?' There was me, that is Alex, and my three droogs, that is Pete, Georgie, and Dim, dim being really dim, and we sat in the Korova Milkbar making up rassoodocks what to do with the evening, a flip dark chill winter bastard through dry." (the beginning of A Clockwork Orange John Anthony Burgess Wilson was born in Manchester into a Catholic middle-class family. His father was a cashier and pub pianist. After his mother died in the flu pandemic of 1919, he was brought up by a maternal aunt and later by a stepmother. He studied at Xaverian College and Manchester University, where he read English language and literature, graduating in 1940. During World War II Burgess served in the Royal Army Medical corps. In 1942 he married Llwela Isherwood Jones, who died of alcoholic cirrhosis in 1968. From 1946 to 1950 Burgess taught at Birmingham University, worked for the Ministry of Education, and was teacher at Banbury Grammar School. Burgess wrote comparatively little until 1959, but primararily studied music composition. His first novel, A VISION OF BATTLEMENT, was completed in 1949 but published in 1965. It was loosely based on the
Smsdhp without a National Sound archive) At long last this is joseph O Mara,Tenor; BartonMcGuckin,Tenor; John O Balfe,Soprano; William Vipond Barry, pianist, Composer http://indigo.ie/~callas1/derek_walsh.htm
Extractions: Hi welcome to my first home Page. I am interested in Opera in general but with special reference Irish Composers and singers. I am also interested in preserving all documentary material ie. Scores, Letters, Playbills, Programmes, Engravings, Photographs, and of course recordings of the artists where they exist. This with a view to a long-term idea of setting up a permanent Musical display and a National Sound Archive (Ireland is almost the last in Europe without a National Sound archive) At long last this is now on foot.. Over the years I have managed to collect some material of some of the following: Wallace. Composer Michael Kelly (Tenor friend of Mozart) Catherine Hayes.Soprano Alan Foli, Bass Joseph O Mara,Tenor Barton McGuckin,Tenor John O'Sullivan,Tenor (see. Tenorland Text McCormack, Tenor Margaret Sheridan Soprano H. Plunkett-Green, Bass-Baritone Frederick Ranalow,Baritone Tom Karl, Tenor Jeannie Rosse, Mezzo-soprano Henry Robinson Allen ... Patrick Byrne, Harpist. Carroll B Hobson,Organist Pianist Composer Thomas Carter, Composer
Joseph De Marliave and introduced his works to the pianist Marguerite long first performance was givenby Marguerite long in 1919 joseph de Marliave s (posthumous) publications were http://website.lineone.net/~jdspiers/marliave.htm
Extractions: Joseph de Marliave was a captain in the French army who died during the first weeks of the First World War. Before the war, he was a musicologist who wrote a book about Beethoven's string quartets and essays on many other composers. Marliave was formerly a close friend of , and introduced his works to the pianist Marguerite Long Ravel commemorated Marliave by dedicating to him the Toccata , the final movement of Le tombeau de Couperin ; the work's first performance was given by Marguerite Long in 1919.
Extractions: Joseph Saucier He returned to Canada in 1902, to sing the role of Satan in Le Paradis perdu in 1913. In 1923, he sang the part of the High Priest in Samson et Dalila, " and Tchaikovsky's " ". A discography can be found in Roll Back the Years and a typed list of recordings, compiled by Jean-Jacques Skira, is located in Library and Archives Canada's vertical file on Saucier. For more information on Joseph Saucier's recordings, please consult the Virtual Gramophone database Hoffmann, Frank W. ; Carty, D. ; Riggs, Q. Billy Murray : the phonograph industry's first great recording artist . Lanham, Md : Scarecrow Press, 1997. x, 544 p. AMICUS No. 14865920 "Joseph Saucier" [vertical file]. National Library of Canada, Music Division Moogk, Edward B. Roll back the years : history of Canadian recorded sound and its legacy : genesis to 1930 . Ottawa : National Library of Canada, 1975. xii, 443 p. AMICUS No. 80154. Also published in French under the title: Sandwell, B.K. The musical red book of Montreal : a record of music in Montreal from 1895 to 1907 . . .