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Mel Bay Publications "Mark Elf's Jazz Interpretations" - 3 more books that are the same as the "Interpretations of a Standard Series" in notation & tablature based on the chord changes to "Stella" "All The Things You Are" & "Just Friends". These three books are offered in hard copy book form only. The above banner is now linked to the Mark Elf Guitar Conservatory site. This will be a learning...
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Find out about the best jazz recordings and resources; explore jazz and its best players at this jazz listening resource from jazz writer Dave Hunt. • Which CDs should you purchase? Oscar Peterson played on hundreds of albums, but which ones to buy? For those whose pockets are not as deep as they’d like, Dave sorts the most valuable works of Peterson and numerous other artists into 3 categories...
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Thank you so much for maintaining this website, an incredible vault with tons of good music. Picture me almost drooling on the mousepad while browsing for the first time through your archives. Being a pro musician I really appreciate what you are doing here. I have been collecting radio...
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Jazz & Milk Recordings WebSite. Munich based label releasing funk, soul, latin, afro beat & breaks. After various EP’s, remixes and compilation features, the Lower Bavarian Vienna-based musician and producer Sam Irl releases his debut album "Raw Land". Assembling his collection of analogue...
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Reference Recordings: Award-winning Classics and Jazz. A complete list of all the music in our catalogue. Moritz Moszkowski (1854-1925) is most known for his scintillating piano compositions. He also composed an opera, a full-length ballet, three orchestral suites, a symphony (still in manuscript...
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Search and buy from one of the largest online catalogs and resources for rare and out of print jazz LPs, recordings, and collectibles. Rare and out of print Vinyl Jazz LPs, recordings, and memorabilia. G's Jazz, home of rare jazz lps, records, and memorabilia.
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About IPO Recordings We started IPO in 2004 to document the continuingly brilliant playing of great musicians from the era of “classic modern jazz.” We think of “classic modern jazz” as jazz as it was played in the period extending from the mid-1940’s to around 1970, when modal and crossover styles of playing came to dominate the music. We have showcased players who were part of the first...
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Jazz piano sheet music : stride piano, boogie woogie, blues, swing piano. Fine transcriptions from original recordings. Welcome to BlueBlackJazz.com ! You will find here a large number of early jazz piano sheet music available in PDF. Theses pieces have been accurately transcribed from original recordings of the major pianists of that era. These transcriptions will help you to understand many...
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Bruce Randall Hornsby (born November 23, 1954) is an American singer and keyboardist known for the spontaneity and creativity of his live performances. Bruce Hornsby draws frequently from classical, jazz, bluegrass, folk, Motown, gospel, rock, blues, and jam band musical traditions with his songwriting and the seamless improvisations contained within. Hornsby’s recordings have been recognized...
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Celebrating the release of our 15th recording! The Turtle Island Quartet, known for their innovative recordings, again raises the bar with a project ranging in style from jazz, classical, bluegrass to Indian music. There are classic jazz tunes, a solo cello tour de force, an acid-dreamy version of ... Read More. Turtles go to Salzburg Austria, performance to include their unique take on the...
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Angel City Arts is a 501 [c][3] non-profit organization dedicated to presenting, commissioning, recording, and teaching the performing arts in Los Angeles. ACA presents innovative music through the Angel City Jazz Festival, and regular concert events through the Angel City Composer Series, which provides composer support through commissions and recordings of new works. Educational programs...
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Hammondbeat Records produces some of the coolest moderne recordings on the planet featuring the finest organ players, backed by the tightest bands and the hottest vocalists. Our music boldly plays notes that build into melodies which before you know become songs that you won't confuse with a blender, vaccuum cleaner or "the radio". Retro, vintage, seventies, analogue, progressive, Jon Lord,...
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This is the official website for Smalls Jazz Club in Greenwich Village, New York City! Smalls Jazz Club was created in 1994. Founded by Mitchell Borden, a former Navy submariner, registered nurse, philosopher & jazz violinist, his initiative was to create an environment that was conducive to Jazz Music and Jazz culture. Borden, who booked and managed the club, approached business from a stance...
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We're keeping Smooth Jazz alive and well in Chicago with more than a dozen personalizable channels of Smooth Jazz radio, hosted by Danae Alexander! Smooth jazz with no vocals added. Kenny G, Chris Botti, Brian Culbertson and many more. The perfect soundtrack for a romantic candlelit dinner. Please let us know you're listening! We'll send you occasional updates (for example, when we add new...
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BrassMusician.com is an online resource featuring advice, equipment, news and reviews for brass players. Classic Albums will be Restored & Remastered for CD, Digital and 10” & 12” Vinyl Release First Reissue Sets Debuts August, 27, 2013 Verse Music Group & Naxos of America are happy to announce the reissue of iconic 1950’s Jazz catalog, Bethlehem Records. Bethlehem Records’ lengthy discography...
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Welcome to the offical website form jazz Drummer Louis Hayes. Ouis Sedell Hayes was born May 31, 1937 in Detroit Michigan. He was always surrounded by music, actually first starting with the piano before his father gave him a set of drums at age 10. A cousin noticed his talent, took him under his wing and made sure that his approach to the instrument would serve him well. And well it did, for...
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CD owners, free yourselves of the soulless inflexibility of one of the industry's most stupid, useless, space-wasting, impractical containers, the jewel box. Jazz recordings that reward repeated listenings; a label dedicated to the art of the music, not the redundancy of the familiar. Independent Jazz publications, audio equipment, record labels and over 34,000 music titles. Since 1976....
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If you are interested in phonographs, gramophones and the history of recorded sound, then the Canadian Antique Phonograph Society (CAPS) is for you. This site provides a glimpse of the Society's programs and activities, and highlights from its bi-monthly publication Antique Phonograph News (APN). "This CD focuses on dance bands from the 1920s, the fabled "Jazz Age", and presents a cross section...
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Amateur jazz saxophonist reviews jazz recordings, jazz learning technique, and related issues. Personnel: Brian Landrus: baritone saxophone, bass clarinet, bass flute, contra alto clarinet, bass saxophone; Nir Felder: guitar; Frank Carlberg: Rhodes, piano; Lonnie Plaxico: acoustic & electric bass; Rudy Royston: drums; Mark Feldman: violin; Joyce Hammann: violin; Judith Insell: viola; Jody...
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The web's most frequently updated home for saxophone tips, techniques, interviews, reviews, and news. This article is the second of a two-part series on ear training brought to you by Scott Edwards of Ear Training HQ. Click here to read the first installment. A big part of ear training involves working on dedicated ear training exercises. These exercises focus on individual sounds (whether it’s...
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