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  • Simon Cowell Made Fun of This Gospel Singer - Then Everyone is Blown Away

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  • Impressions

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    HSPVA Jazz Ensemble on The Little Ol' Show that Comes On after Monty Python (KPRC/TV, Houston); 1979

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  • ROPHNAN NETSEBRAQ / REFLECTION FULL ALBUM VJ MIX

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    Rophnan, a pioneer of a generation which represents the future of Ethiopia has released the first all Electronic full length album in Ethiopia.
    Rophnan has captured Ethiopian languages, instrumentations and rhythm patterns, deep-rooted in raw traditional music and tells their story through the futuristic language of electronic music.
    In “REFLECTION” Rophnan touches the fundamental rhythms and scales of Ethiopia such as Guragigna, Afan Oromo, Gammo, and the famous Chikchika, immersed in pure electronic sound.
    Hence, the album title, REFLECTION, a reflection of electronic music from Ethiopia to Ethiopians and to the world.
    The album, which was mastered at the legendary The Exchange Studios in London, has 15 songs, packed with energy and flavours, “Bay Bay” is a powerful EDM Anthem with enigmatic lyrics, “Mad Shepard a dark Dubstep track with Kemise soul, “Cherekan” where ROPHNAN uses Classic House to tell the story of a Hamer tribal girl and of course famous “Get To Work” track.
    Lyrics-wise, the album is written very carefully, wide and versatile but still remains faithful to the positive and conscious approach which went along with Rophnan’s career since day
    After years of writing, production, auditions for upcoming artists, in-depth study of traditional music from all over the country, collaborations, recording and mixing finally REFLECTION is ready for its audience.

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  • YAZZ I/V Part 1

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    Interviewing the wonderful Yazz in Spain

    Yazz was born in Shepherd's Bush, London, to a Jamaican father and English mother. She attended Holland Park School, where she excelled at sports, including the 400 metres. She was also a member of the England under-19 volleyball team. Following a spell as a catwalk model, she scored a number of club hits after recording with the group The Biz in 1983. Her first commercial success came in early 1988, when she sang on Coldcut's Doctorin' the House. She soon launched a solo career on Big Life records, a label set up by her husband Jazz Summers, releasing her debut solo single, The Only Way Is Up, in the summer of 1988. It went on to spend five weeks at the top of the UK Singles Chart, eventually becoming the second-biggest-selling UK single of the year. Her follow-up Stand Up for Your Love Rights was another big hit (UK number 2), while her debut album Wanted (UK number 3) was certified double platinum in the UK in September 1989 for sales exceeding 600,000.

    She had a fourth UK top-10 single in 1989 with Fine Time, but has since recorded only sporadically. A second Big Life album, titled Revolution of Love, was scheduled for release in 1990 following the single Treat Me Good (peaking at number 20 in the UK). The album was shelved, however, when Yazz parted ways with the label.

    Yazz signed with Polydor Records, and an album titled One True Woman was scheduled for release in May 1992 following the release of the title track, but was also cancelled. She returned to the Top 40 in 1993, performing with Aswad on the hit How Long. Her second album, One on One was finally released in 1994, including some of the tracks recorded for the One True Woman album.

    She continued to release singles throughout the 1990s, including a cover version of The Jackson 5's Never Can Say Goodbye. In 1997, she released The Natural Life, an album of cover versions, after signing with East West Records. The album was released in Japan, Australia and some parts of Europe, but not in the UK.

    During this period, Yazz began to reevaluate her career choices: she wanted to give up a lifestyle that included her failed marriage to Summers (their union had resulted in a daughter, Rio, born in April 1990), and her dependency on alcohol. After she had researched various religions, a friend who used to be her hairstylist suggested she try visiting her church. Soon, she decided to turn her life over to Christ.

    Her 2008 album Running Back to You, distributed in the UK by ICC Records, charted her spiritual journey and her new-found Christian faith. Yazz is now based in Spain, and is an active member of the Calahonda Baptist Church. She returned to Britain occasionally to promote this album, performing songs from it live interspersed with several anecdotes pertaining to her faith.

    In August 2009, Yazz performed with a full band on stage for the first time in several years at a church in Southampton. In October 2010, she performed again with a band at Cathedral House in Huddersfield, home of the Huddersfield Christian Fellowship.

    A three-CD remastered deluxe edition of the Wanted album, containing Yazz's 1990 single Treat Me Good, B-sides and remixes, was released on Cherry Red Records on 25 November 2016.

  • Kyle Shepherd Trio Bibliography of Bondage Jazz Video - South Africa

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    The Kyle Shepherd Trio [South Africa] LIVE in concert at Welgemeend, Welgemeend Street, Gardens, Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa on Friday. 21 May 2009

    Performing Shepherd's composition Bibliography of Bondage

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    Kyle Shepherd - Piano, Composer
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  • Kyle Shepherd Trio Bibliography of bondage Jazz Audio - South Africa

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    The Kyle Shepherd Trio [South Africa] performing the track Bibilography of Bondage from the LIVE ALBUM A Portrait of Home which was recorded at the Fismer Hall, Music Conservatory, University of Stellenbosch, in Stellenbosch, Western Cape, South Africa on 11 August 2009, featuring Kyle Shepherd (piano), Shane Cooper (double bass) and Jonno Sweetman (drums). The Album was launched on 11 August 2010.

    Bibliography of bondage: The Remembrance of centuries of slavery,including the present reality of mental slavery. Kyle Shepherd

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  • Bibliography of Bondage

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  • A Brief History of Jazz Vol. 1

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    Let's talk about jazz! Evolving in the turn of the last century in New Orleans, jazz became the epitome of American music. We will trace its roots from that time in New Orleans to the outbreak of World War II. Includes music from Louis Moreau Gottschalk's piano piece Ojos Criollos (Danse Cubaine), Original Dixieland Jass Band's Livery Stable Blues, and Duke Ellington's In a Sentimental Mood.

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  • Bibliography of Bondage

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  • Bibliography

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  • Xamissa

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  • Aaron Copland // Short Biography - Introduction To The Composer

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    Short biography introducing you to composer Aaron Copland.

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    Aaron Copland was born on November 14th, 1900, in Brooklyn, New York.

    The son of prosperous Lithuanian/ Russian Jewish immigrants, Copland showed a keen interest in music from an early age.

    At the age of 17, he began music composition lessons with Rubin Goldmark in New York, and by the age of 20 he travelled to Paris to train with the renowned musician Nadia Boulanger, with whom he studied for 4 years.

    Even considering his immigrant background, Aaron Copland came to be a leading figure in American music who strove to create a distinguishable American idiom by incorporating elements of jazz and folk music in his work.

    Throughout his career, he produced a number of ballets based on American subjects, such as “Rodeo”, “Billy The Kid”, and “Appalachian Spring”, which included the Shaker hymn-tune, “Simple Gifts”.

    Other specifically American works included, “Fanfare For The Common Man”, “Quiet City”, and “A Lincoln Portrait” which was based on the speeches of president Abraham Lincoln.

    Additionally, Copland wrote music for film. Some of his best-known film scores were for the movies “The Heiress”, “Red Pony”, “Of Mice And Men”, and “Our Town”.

    In the years between 1940 and 1965, Copland served as head of the composition faculty at the important summer school at the Berkshire Music Center at Tanglewood, Massachusetts.

    Aaron Copland died of complications from pneumonia in North Tarrytown, New York on December 2nd, 1990, at the age of 90.

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  • Peter Hayward - BIBLIOGRAPHY.WMV

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    International Keyboard Artist, Peter Hayward, has long been acknowledged as one of the UK's most popular teachers, with his regular contributions to music magazines, his lectures at keyboard festivals, and his many tuition books and videos on the subject.
    Peter enjoys taking away the mystery and 'jargon' of music, and loves to explain lots of musical 'Tricks of the Trade' - in plain English. Easy to understand, and fun to try out for yourself.
    Here is a list of most of the books that Peter Hayward has written over many years of professional music making.
    Several of the more recent books in his 'Play Better' series are currently available at : or from their ebay shop at

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    (The background music used in this clip, is Peter's own composition Jan's Song from his CD album, Festival)

  • Robert Johnson Biography - The Life and Times - The Washboard Resonators

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    The most famous early blues figure... did Robert Johnson sell his soul to the devil?

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  • A Brief History of Jazz Vol. 2

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    As a continuation of A Brief History of Jazz Vol. 1, we trace the history of Jazz from World War II to the present day. We hear examples of many styles of jazz, including Dizzy Gillespie's “A Night in Tunisia” and “Manteca;” Miles Davis’ Move, “So What,” and Shhh/Peaceful; Ornette Coleman's “Free Jazz: A Collective Improvisation.;” Herbie Hancock's Chameleon, and Kenny G's “Forever in Love.”

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  • Dan Banks: Interaction and Interplay in Jazz Performance

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    This presentation took place as part of the conference Crosstown Traffic: Popular Music Theory and Practice, which was hosted by The University of Huddersfield from September 3 - 5 2018. This event combined the IASPM UK&Ireland Biennial Conference, the 13th Art of Record Production Conference (ARP), an ISMMS conference, and the additional participation of Dancecult.

    A recurrent theme within popular music studies has been discussion of how the field can integrate different disciplines and professions, for example exploring both music and its context; involving both practitioners and researchers; and encouraging interdisciplinary and collaborative work. Many different issues make such approaches challenging, and various different popular music focused subject organisations have developed somewhat independently of one another. This conference brought four such groups together, to exchange knowledge, collaborate, and encourage crosstalk.

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    Popular Music Studies Research Group (PMSRG), University of Huddersfield

    Centre for Music, Culture and Identity (CMCI), University of Huddersfield


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    Association for the Study of the Art of Record Production (ASARP)


    Dancecult Research Network (DRN) studies into electronic dance music culture


    International Society for Metal Music Studies (ISMMS)


    /// ORGANIZERS

    IASPM UK&I: Rupert Till
    ARP: Katia Isakoff, Shara Rambarran
    ISMMS: Karl Spracklen
    Dancecult: Graham St. John
    University of Huddersfield: Jan Herbst, Austin Moore, Lisa Colton, Toby Martin, Catherine Haworth, Mark Mynett

    /// CREDITS

    This online project was edited, collated, and made available online by Chris McConnell, Jack Zissell, and Colin Frank.

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    Interaction and Interplay in Jazz Performance: theory, practice, and the need for interdisciplinarity

    Dan Banks - The University of Hull

    Email: dan@danbanks.co.uk / D.Banks@2017.hull.ac.uk

    /// ABSTRACT

    This presentation will outline and critique current thinking in the domain of jazz scholarship concerning interaction and interplay, consider the importance and impact of interdisciplinary approaches therein, and outline the presenter’s research on interaction and interplay both as a PhD student (studying music performance at The University of Hull) and practitioner. Interaction and interplay in jazz performance is a somewhat under-theorised line of inquiry in jazz scholarship; however significant work has been undertaken by scholars such as Ingrid Monson, Paul Berliner, and Robert Hodson. This work ranges from ‘close’ examinations of various music to interdisciplinary approaches sitting on the nexus between ethnomusicology, anthropology, musicology, and linguistics. Although studies sitting on interdisciplinary nexus points, such as Ingrid Monson’s Saying Something: Jazz Improvisation and Interaction, have facilitated a deepening and broadening of the field it is arguable that these works have yet to impact analytical techniques and tools significantly, or indeed that their treatment of the examined musical object is superficial. This argument will form one aspect of this presentation. From the body of work mentioned above, the notion that “good jazz improvisation is social and interactive just like a conversation” has become conventional wisdom. However, the allegorical 1 trope—music is like language, and improvisation is like conversation—has some limitations concerning the translatability of musical experience. It is possible to posit that practice led research may provide further insight beyond the intersection of linguistics, ethnomusicology, and traditional musicology; this position will form a fundamental tenet of this presentation’s discussion.

  • THE INTERNATIONAL BIBLIOGRAPHY OF DISCOGRAPHIES presented by Peter Laurence

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    The New York Chapter of the Association for Recorded Sound Collections presents its May 2017 program:

    THE INTERNATIONAL BIBLIOGRAPHY OF DISCOGRAPHIES
    Presented by Peter Laurence

    In the fall of 2015, the Discography Committee of the International Association of Sound and Audiovisual Archives (IASA) began work on a collaborative project to build an online International Bibliography of Discographies (IBD).

    We chose a bibliography in order to update the work of earlier compilers, and to accomplish the first truly international survey of discographic work done to date. We also saw connecting memory institutions and private collectors – two groups that are both passionate about their collections, but don’t always share the same goals – as the essential first step for the project. Over the next year, we reached out to many individuals, institutions and associations around the world, with “connect, collect and collaborate” as the goal of the committee and our project. In early 2017 we published the first iteration of the bibliography on the IASA website. Our team (including students in the U.S. and the Czech Republic) added entries, but many were also received from our network of collaborators around the world.

    The IBD includes discographies created in book, article, CD-ROM, PDF, website, and database formats, representing label, artist and genre discographies in many languages, as well as record catalogs. Such a work will never be absolutely complete, but our goal is to include information about all current and out-of-print discographies published worldwide in print and electronic formats, including unpublished work in progress. In the last two years we have presented papers about the bibliography at ARSC, IASA, GHT (Gesellschaft für Historische Tonträger), and other European conferences. At IASA 2016, we held our first workshop for anyone interested in contributing to the bibliography.

    PETER LAURENCE is Senior Curatorial Assistant for the Archive of World Music in the Eda Kuhn Loeb Music Library at Harvard University. He oversees many aspects of managing its ethnic sound recording collections, and also selects new commercial recordings for the Archive. Since September 2015, he has served as Secretary of the Discography Committee in the International Association of Sound and Audiovisual Archives. He has worked intensively on the committee’s main project – building an online bibliography of all published and unpublished work in the field of discography. Peter has an undergraduate degree in Classics and received his MLS in 2011. Prior to coming to Harvard in 2006, he was World and Classical Music buyer for a large Boston music and entertainment retailer.

    The International Bibliography of Discographies on IASA's website:


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  • Family Love

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  • Blues In My Heart

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    William Henry Chick Webb (February 10, 1905 – June 16, 1939)[1] was an American jazz and swing music drummer and band leader.[2]


    Contents
    1 Early life
    2 Career
    3 Declining health and death
    4 Discography
    5 References
    6 Bibliography
    7 External links
    Early life
    Webb was born in Baltimore, Maryland, to William H. and Marie Webb. The year of his birth is disputed. The Encyclopædia Britannica and Allmusic indicate 1905, and this seems to be supported by census information.[3] Other publications claim other years. During Webb's lifetime, a December 1937 Down Beat magazine article, The Rise of a Crippled Genius,[4] stated he was born in 1909, which is the year that appears on his grave marker. In 1939, The New York Times stated that Webb was born in 1907,[citation needed] the year also suggested in Rhythm on Record by Hilton Schleman.[5]

    Webb was one of four children; the other three were sisters (Bessie, Mabel, and Ethel). His sister Mabel married Wilbur Porter around 1928. When an infant, he fell down some stairsteps in his family's home, crushing several vertebrae and requiring surgery, from which he never regained full mobility. The injury progressed to tuberculosis of the spine, leaving him with short stature and a badly deformed spine which caused him to appear hunchbacked.[6][7] The idea of playing an instrument was suggested by his doctor to loosen up his bones. He supported himself as a newspaper boy to save enough money to buy drums, and first played professionally at age 11.[citation needed]

    Career
    At the age of 17 he moved to New York City and by 1926 was leading his own band in Harlem. Jazz drummer Tommy Benford said he gave Webb drum lessons when he first reached New York.[citation needed]

    He alternated between band tours and residencies at New York City clubs through the late 1920s. In 1931, his band became the house band at the Savoy Ballroom. He became one of the best-regarded bandleaders and drummers of the new swing style. Drummer Buddy Rich cited Webb's powerful technique and virtuoso performances as heavily influential on his own drumming, and even referred to Webb as the daddy of them all.[8] Webb was unable to read music, and instead memorized the arrangements played by the band and conducted from a platform in the center. He used custom-made pedals, goose-neck cymbal holders, a 28-inch bass drum and other percussion instruments.[9]

    At the Savoy, Webb competed in battle of the bands contests with the Benny Goodman Orchestra and the Count Basie Orchestra. Webb lost to Duke Ellington in 1937. Although a judge declared Webb's band the winner in 1938 over Count Basie's, and Basie himself said he was relieved to come away from the contest without embarrassing himself, musicians debated the result for decades.[10]

    Webb married Martha Loretta Ferguson (also known as Sally), and in 1935 he began featuring a teenaged Ella Fitzgerald as a vocalist. Webb and Fitzgerald performed hits such as A-Tisket, A-Tasket, which was composed by Van Alexander at Fitzgerald's request. Despite rumors to the contrary, Ella was not adopted by Webb, nor did she live with him and his wife, Sally, according to Stuart Nicholson in his Fitzgerald biography.[11]

    Declining health and death
    In November 1938, Webb's health began to decline; for a time, however, he continued to play, refusing to give up touring so that his band could remain employed during the Great Depression. He disregarded his own discomfort and fatigue, which often found him passing out from physical exhaustion after finishing sets. Finally, he had a major operation at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore in 1939. Webb died from Pott disease on June 16, 1939, in Baltimore. Reportedly his last words were, I'm sorry, I've got to go.[10] Webb was buried in Baltimore County, in Arbutus Memorial Park, in Arbutus, Maryland.[citation needed]

    Webb's death hit the jazz/swing community very hard. After his death, Fitzgerald led the Chick Webb band until she left to focus on her solo career in 1942 and caused the band to break up.[12] Art Blakey and Ellington both credited Webb with influencing their music. Gene Krupa credited Webb with raising drummer awareness and paving the way for drummer-led bands like his own. Webb's thundering solos created a complexity and an energy that paved the way for Rich (who studied him intensely) and Louie Bellson.[citation needed]

    On February 12, 1940, a crowd of about 7,500 people attended a Chick Webb Benefit in Baltimore, Maryland. In attendance were Sally Webb, Chick's widow, his mother Marie Webb, his sister Mabel Porter, Governor Herbert R. O'Conor, Fitzgerald and boxing champion Joe Louis.[13]

  • Musical Cats-Jazz Dance

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    Musical Cats-Jazz Dance

  • Fly Me To The Moon - Frank Sinatra - Acoustic Cover - LUISE & PROFESSOR

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  • FMR Pick n Pay Music Awards-Entries Close 30 June

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    Competition for Classical and Jazz Musicians. 28 July 2009. R 20 000 Prize Money.
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  • He Said, She Said - Darren English

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    This video features my original composition He Said, She Said with my current trio featuring two of the most inspiring performers and young talents,
    Sean Sanby - bass
    Lumanyano Unity Mzi - drums & cymbals
    w/ yours truly Darren English - piano/trumpet

    Filmed at The Ear (to a full house) by the amazing One-Jacket-Productions team Irina Mink & John-Henry Smith.

    This video footage was filmed about a week before the lockdown took place, and that evening happened to be one of the most memorable events for me– the amazing Luke Putney (my favourite human being) joined me at this performance with his wonderful mom, Nancy Hoddinott and MusicWorks to handover a check of $25k that Luke outstandingly raised!!! (please google Luke Putney if you're not hip to him yet) I also got to record on Luke's composition #CapeTown with 5-time Grammy winner, Victor Wooten, Jeff Coffin, and Bakithi Kumalo amongst other amazing musicians in Nashville 2019, of which all proceeds also go directly to Music Works in Cape Town.

    Hope you enjoy this video
    Big love,
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  • Miles Davis: Introduction by Duke Ellington

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    Artist: Miles Dewey Davis III (May 26, 1926 – September 28, 1991)
    Music: Introduction by Duke Ellington (Newport, RI, July 17, 1955)
    Album: Miles Davis With The Modern Jazz Quartet & Lester Young ‎– European Tour '56 With The Modern Jazz Quartet & Lester Young

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  • Farafina

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    SWR New Meeting 2016: Sound Portraits from Contemporary Africa

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    Released on: 2017-09-08

    Artist: Lionel Loueke
    Artist: Kyle Shepherd
    Artist: Mthunzi Mvubu
    Artist: Shane Cooper
    Artist: Jonno Sweetman
    Composer: Lionel Loueke

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  • Makeson Browne Trio feat Jerome van Vliet

    7:52

    Mark Fransman is a versatile Cape Town based saxophonist. In this set recorded live at the 2013 Standard Bank Jazz Festival in Grahamstown. On bass Shane Cooper, drums Jonno Sweetman, and Jerome van Vliet on Hammond B 3 organ.

  • THE HARLEM RENAISSANCE: PART THREE

    38:04

    More fascinating insight from Professor Robert G. O'Meally about his mentor Sterling A. Brown, plus reflections on Langston Hughes, Zora Neale Hurston, and other giants of The Harlem Renaissance.
    Please join NJMH Senior Scholar Loren Schoenberg and our distinguished co-host Professor Robert G. O’Meally as they explore the Harlem Renaissance, a magical flowering of creativity centered in and around Harlem during the 1920s. As a matter of fact, the great majority of artists associated with that movement did not welcome jazz, in fact, they shunned it. There were, however, a few members who not only loved jazz, but welcomed it with open arms.

    This four-part series will explore the music that Duke Ellington wrote during those years, alongside the authors Langston Hughes, Zora Neal Hurston, and the few others who were ahead of their time in appreciating jazz’s significance.

    Robert G. O’Meally is the Zora Neale Hurston Professor of English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University, where he has served on the faculty for twenty-five years. The founder and director of Columbia’s Center for Jazz Studies, O'Meally is the author of The Craft of Ralph Ellison, Lady Day: The Many Faces of Billie Holiday, The Jazz Singers, and Romare Bearden: A Black Odyssey.

  • Erik Satie // Short Biography - Introduction To The Composer

    1:36

    Short biography introducing you to composer Erik Satie.

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    Erik Satie was born on May 17th, 1866, in Honfleur, France.

    Largely considered to be one of the first avant-garde musicians, the clarity and simplicity of Satie’s music seems to be in direct opposition of the more heavily favored German Romantic symphony, Wagnerian opera, and French impressionism.

    His rebellion against such musical forms is said to have had a major influence on future 20th century composers such as John Cage.

    Early in his career Satie did little composing, but instead worked as a pianist in bars and cabarets in Montmartre, Paris, France. This may in part be responsible for the sardonic humor and straightforwardness of his compositions.

    Examples of such being the intentionally obscure titles like, “Things Seen From The Right And Left Without Spectacles”, “Three Flabby Preludes For A Dog”, and the seven-piece set entitled, “Three Pear-Shaped Pieces”.

    His more famous earlier piano works include the set of 3 piano compositions entitled, “Gymnopedies”, as well as “Gnossienne”, a set of 6 piano pieces.

    In February of 1897 Satie’s good friend Claude Debussy, in an effort to revitalize Satie’s fading popularity, orchestrated the first and third installments of Gymnopedies, deeming that the second did not lend itself to orchestration.

    Erik Satie died of sclerosis of the liver on July 1st, 1925, in Paris, France at the age of 59.

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  • Cause Its You - Youre The Love I Found - PROFESSOR & JOHANS

    5:01

    Featuring: Mauee Federico
    Composer: PROFESSOR
    Keyboards: JOHANS

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  • Let You Love Me

    3:18

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    Let You Love Me · Cafe BGM channel

    Training Jazz

    ℗ Cafe BGM channel

    Released on: 2020-08-19

    Composer: Cafe BGM channel

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  • Dorothy Donegan Honeysuckle Rose

    4:06

    AFRS Jubilee 62 44-04-24 13:27 - 17:34 minutes Dorothy Donegan Honeysuckle Rose

    If you like this you might like her CD: Dorothy Romps (used copies readily available on Amazon)

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  • Alcoholic Blues - 1919

    3:44

    Here is a record by the Nemesis to the Original Dixieland Jazzband. It was made up of former band members and former friends in the New Orleans Jazz circuit. Ray Lopez and Alcide Nunez copyrighted Livery Stable blues after the Success of the Original Dixieland recording and in the ensuing legal battle it became clear that the early jazz great though pocessing music, improvising and key changing talented did not read music. They all did it by ear. SO many New Orleans Jazz bands shared common strains of music and styles and never felt the need to copyright. So

    1.Alcide Nunez ODJB leaves because he is unable to yield the melody to D.J. La Rocca
    2.Original Dixieland Jazz Band records Livery Stable blues
    3.Alcide Nunez Get a music publisher to write down and copyright Livery Stable blues.
    4.OBJD promoter Copyrights Barnyard blues and sues Alcide Nunez
    5.Alcide Nunez countersues
    6.Famous courtroom drama increases ODJBs fame.
    7.Alcide Nunez and D.J. La Rocca admit under oath that Jazz is an ambiguous and never meant to be written as Sheet music as both parties did not read music.
    8.Judge throws out both cases because there was nothing to copyright if the music existed in the minds of the players rather than paper prior to the suit.

    10. Record companies refuse to record original Compositions untill 1920 and make the bands uses Pop Tunes from thiere catalouge


    Title: Alcoholic Blues
    Label: Columbia Grafonola
    Composer: Albert Von Tilzer
    Recorded: 06.23.1919
    Artist: Louisiana Five

    Record Number: 2768 - A
    Format: Acoustically Recorded 78 RPM Record
    Technical issues: No Curve, Lateral Cut, Turntable Speed 78
    Settings: Stylus 3 mil with 2.5 grams, zero anti skate
    Cartridge: Stanton 600 Cartridge modified for Lateral only pickup
    Turntable: TT-1100 Gemini Turntable
    Pre Amplifier: Self built Mark 7 Parallel Pre Amp
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    The intent of this video is for non profit Historic Preservation, Education and social comment

    Bibliography

    Tilzer, Albert Von. Alcoholic Blues. Unknown. Dir Alcide Nunez, Sony Music Entertainment. 1918

  • shabaka hutchings with Kyle Shepherd Trio - Joyous

    14:40

    live at straight no chaser, cape town. 08-01-16

    composition by Shabaka Hutchings

    kyle shepherd - piano
    shabaka hutchings - sax
    shane cooper - bass
    jonno sweetman - drums

  • Kyle Shepherd Trio: African market jplace / Bobbejaan / Minstrels go to court

    4:58

    The Kyle Shepherd Trio live at the bird's eye jazz club, Basel, Switzerland
    23.10.2012

    Line-up:
    Kyle Shepherd, piano
    Shane Cooper, bass
    Jonno Sweetman, drums



  • Black Star, Unsung Hero

    7:50

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Black Star, Unsung Hero · Shane Cooper · Jonno Sweetman · Kyle Shepherd · Kyle Shepherd Trio

    Dream State - Disc 2

    ℗ 2014 Templit LTD for FineArt Music

    Released on: 2014-09-05

    Music Publisher: Sheer Publishing / Sony ATV

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  • New Orleans Bibliography

    3:21

    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    New Orleans Bibliography · Tonya M. Foster

    Harry's House, Vol. III

    ℗ 2015 Fast Speaking Music

    Released on: 2015-06-30

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  • A.I.

    4:22

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    A.I. · Claude Cozens · Kyle Shepherd

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    Released on: 2011-02-04

    Music Publisher: Dr Doctor Music

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  • Kyle Shepherd Trio Live at The Mahogany Room,Cape Town- Xahuri

    6:51



    Kyle Shepherd (piano, composer)
    Shane Cooper (double bass)
    Jonno Sweetman (drums)

  • AFRIKAAPS PROMO

    2:54

    Brand new to the Baxter and the KKNK in April is AFRIKAAPS, a cutting edge hiphopera combining poetry, dance, storytelling, video and song in a story that uncovers the real beginnings of Afrikaans - a (creole) language of unification - which many don't know.

    Featuring an all-star Cape Town cast, Die Argitekbekke include: hip hop poet and performer Jitsvinger, jazz piano prodigy Kyle Shepherd, vocalist and poet Blaq Pearl, hip hop activist and mc Emile YX Jansen, rapper and b-boy Bliksemstraal, ghoema captain Moenier Adams and beatmaker bassist, Shane Cooper.
    Directed by Catherine Henegan, Documentary Film by Dylan Valley, Dramaturgy by Aryan Kaganof

  • Jason Yeager Trio - Ruminations , live at Regattabar

    9:01

    Jason Yeager Trio featuring Tal Gamlieli and Michael Gleichman
    Live at the Regattabar in Cambridge, MA, 3/15/11
    Ruminations CD release concert
    The title track, composed by Jason Yeager and Frank Carlberg

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    Video by extraneous noise: exnoise.com

  • Dark Cities by The Kyle Shepherd Trio, Live at The Mahogany Room,Cape Town

    6:42



    Kyle Shepherd (piano, composer)
    Shane Cooper (double bass)
    Jonno Sweetman (drums)

  • shabaka hutchings w/ kyle shepherd trio - Blues for Afrika

    12:33

    shabaka hutchings - sax
    kyle shepherd - piano
    shane cooper - bass
    jono sweetman - drums

    live at Straight no Chaser (formerly Mahogany Rooms), Cape Town, S.Africa 14-06-13

  • Tonsillectomy Boyd Raeburn and His Orchestra

    4:43

    Description AFRS Jubilee 189 46-06-24 (June 24, 1946) 00:00 - 04:43 minutes Boyd Raeburn and His Orchestra Tonsillectomy

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    Probably Ray Linn, Dale Pierce, Nelson Shellady, Carl Green or Zeke Zarchey, trumpets;
    Britt Woodman, Ollie Wilson, Hal Smith or Freddie Zito, trombones;
    Wilbur Schwartz, clarinet, alto and tenor saxes;
    Harry Klee, flute, alto sax;
    Ralph Lee, tenor sax, bassoon;
    Lucky Thompson, Gus McReynolds, tenor saxes;
    Hy Mandel, baritone sax;
    Boyd Raeburn, bass sax;
    Dodo Marmarosa, piano, celeste;
    Tony Rizzi or Dave Barbour, guitar;
    Harry Babasin, string bass;
    Jackie Mills, drums;
    (Ginny Powell, vocal;)
    George Handy, Johnny Mandel, arrangers.

  • Kyle Shepherd Trio: Reinvention / Johannesburg

    11:01

    The Kyle Shepherd Trio live at the bird's eye jazz club, Basel, Switzerland
    24.10.2012

    Line-up:
    Kyle Shepherd, piano
    Shane Cooper, bass
    Jonno Sweetman, drums



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