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LAjazz.com - The Premiere Online Guide To live Jazz In Southern California. LAjazz.com offers comprehensive information about live jazz in Greater Los Angeles. August closes and September opens with a SoCal jazz week featuring Larry Carlton, Bennie Maupin, John Daversa, Russell Malone, Byron Stripling & Bobby Floyd, Eric Marienthal, Jeff Lorber, Bernie Dresel, Tammy McCann, Marlon Martinez,...
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See Live Jazz at NYC's leading Jazz Venue, Jazz at Lincoln Center. Our mission is to Entertain, Enrich and Expand a Global Community for Jazz through Performance, Education and Advocacy. Visionary composer and multi-reedist Henry Threadgill is a living legend whom the New York Times calls a “composer and bandleader of intense, unyielding originality.” In this centennial year of the Pulitzer...
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The Portlanders of Trio Subtonic made a second appearance in our studios armed with material from their new album “Fiction,” their first for the ultra-hip Ropeadope record label. It features a pair of cool contemporary covers of songs by Elliott Smith and Sia, and live in our studios the band...
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Musicians Wanted and Musician Classifieds at BandMix.com. Join for free! Search Band and Musician Wanted and Seeking Ads in United States. Bandmix.com was a wonderful resource for finding musicians to work on projects. It gave excellent profiles so I had a real idea about who I wanted to work...
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The music called Jazz was born sometime around 1895 in New Orleans. It combined elements of Ragtime, marching band music, and Blues. What differentiated Jazz from these earlier styles was the use of improvisation, often by more than one player at a time. Jazz represented a break from Western...
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JazzCorner.com - The largest portal of official websites for hundreds of top jazz musicians and jazz services, podcasts, interviews, calendar, news, videos. JazzCorner.com is the largest portal for the official websites of hundreds of jazz musicians and organizations with more than a 1/2 million pages views a month. We pioneer practical methods of using technology to benefit the Jazz community,...
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Conversations and listening sessions with some of New York’s prominent jazz innovators exploring how Cuban musicians have developed their voices in New York City and a rich legacy of cross-cultural collaboration has flowered anew. While covering New York’s jazz scene for the Wall Street Journal and other publications, Larry Blumenfeld’s working beat increasingly focuses on Afro-Cuban rhythms...
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The Columbus Jazz Orchestra is the flagship performing ensemble of the Jazz Arts Group and consists of musicians who are highly regarded as performers and educators across the country and around the globe. The CJO is led by world-renowned band leader and trumpet virtuoso Byron Stripling, former lead trumpeter for the Count Basie Orchestra. Under Stripling’s leadership, the CJO presents over 20...
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I think it’s a shame that there is no good, definitive collection of notable quotes by everyone’s favorite musicians. So I’ve begun collecting quotes from different books I have and from across the internet. Below you’ll see the quotes organized by musician, and the number next to each name is how many quotes I have so far for that person. — Matt Mullenweg. Design by GNV & Partners. Photos...
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Jazz Society members receive the monthly JazzScene digital magazine containing features and articles not available on the website. Sign up for a free sample of JazzScene below. The Jazz Society needs a volunteer to help us with basic accounting and financial reporting. If you are interested contact us at volunteer@jazzoregon.com. Previews! Portland Black Music Festival by Ryan Meagher, Stanley...
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" data-content="Henry (Hank) Mobley was an American hard bop and soul jazz tenor saxophonist and composer. Mobley was described by Leonard Feather as the "middleweight champion of the tenor saxophone", a metaphor used to describe his tone that was neither as aggressive as John Coltrane nor as mellow as Stan Getz, and his style that was laid-back, subtle and melodic, especially in contrast with...
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Our 36th Annual Central PA Jazz Festival, held August 11-15, 2016 featuring Concerts, Riverboat Cruise, Jam Session, Jazz Party, JazzMobile, Workshop and Picnic was a huge success - thanks for your support - 2017 Festival information coming soon! Please enjoy our web site and come back often to see updated concert news, order tickets, or read the latest issue of The ViBE. Please join the...
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The feature films are more selective. I have not included films where a jazz musician just happens to be on the sound track regardless of the music. Site hitters should search out David Meeker's book ‘jazz in the movies' for the comprehensive guide or click links and news pages for discography and related sites. At present jazzonfilm.com is an information and educational site only, however the...
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The best 24/7, online, Smooth Jazz Internet Radio station : Largest Global contemporary and nu jazz community, jazz charts, jazz festivals and jazz artists. SmoothJazz.com Global Radio : The Global Home for Smooth Jazz . Trad Jazz . Nu Jazz . Chill Jazz : 24/7 - KJAZ.DB.
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JazzBoston's event at Wally's this Sunday, April 30, has been postponed Video portrait of Boston jazz community will be rescheduled [...]. By Lexi Peery, Globe Correspondent April 22, 2017 Three months after Fred Taylor was fired from his longtime post as [...].
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For quality art prints featuring your favorite jazz musicians look no further than Jazz Art. We offer a wide selection of jazz inspired art pieces as well as vintage jazz advertisements and photographs of famous jazz artists. Jazz really took off in the 1920's and 1930's and continues to be a popular music format today. Evolutions of jazz music began popping up in the 50's, 60's and 70's with...
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Creative advice that will help you rapidly improve as a jazz improviser and encourage you on your journey. The Chord-scale system has become the most established and widespread method for teaching jazz improvisation… And it’s no mystery why. So often, scales—more specifically the modes of the major and melodic minor scales—get passed-off as the most important aspect of learning to improvise....
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Click here to view the 2016 Music in the Parks schedule! The great music you will hear at these concerts is brought to you by a dedicated group of diverse organizations including local Parks & Recreation... Annual Family Festival, offering the community an opportunity to experience many of Omaha's leading downtown attractions for free. We... LSO 16-17 Section Vacancies: Section Violin, Section...
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Free Jazz Collective, reviews of avant garde and free jazz music and media. There was no break after Draksler’s set, so Christian Lillinger (drums) could immediately present his trio with Christopher Dell (vibraphone) and Jonas Westergaard (bass), that night augmented by Johannes Brecht (live electronics). Here one of the main focuses of the festival became audible: the close interrelationship...
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DONATE NOW: Join the symphony of supporters taking action to fund emergency relief for musicians in crisis! Click to learn more. Jazz musician, vocalist and union member Diana Krall’s music has enthralled millions of jazz lovers worldwide. Legendary jazz double-bassist Ron Carter has appeared on over 2500 records since joining Local 802 in 1959. Principal Clarinetist Stanley Drucker, plays his...
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