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Playlist of Staccatos

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  • Who Sang The Queen Of The Night Staccatos The Best?

    6:47

    i LOVE The Magic Flaute so I thought it would be nice to make this video and demostrate how hard this aria (and the role in general) is.
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  • The Staccatos - Cry to me

    4:07

    FOR PROMOTIONAL & ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY! Thanks :-)
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  • Staccatos Butchers and Bakers 1968 1

    2:51

    SOUTH AFRICAN GROUP THAT SUPPORTED MANY BRIT AND AMERICAN ACTS TOURING THERE! ENJOY!

  • The Staccatos - The One To Lose

    2:01

    What a band!!! Original track, written by Brian Le Gassick

    The Staccatos– “The One To Lose” – written by Brian Le Gassick
    From the album, “Come Back Silly Girl”. Released on the RCA Victor label, 32.042, 1965.

    Track listing:
    Side 1:
    Come Back Silly Girl
    Sloop John B
    Mr. Tambourine Man
    Crying In The Rain
    Romeo & Juliet
    My Mom

    Side 2:
    Ain’t No way I’m Gonna Change
    You Were On My Mind
    Houston
    Little Girl
    The One To Lose
    Don’t Ask Me

    Line - up:
    Ian Miller – Drums
    Richard Crouse – Lead Guitar
    Billy Andrews – Vocals & Harmonica
    Jimmy Ryan – Bass
    Brian Le Gassick – Rhythm Guitar

    Produced by Derek Hannan
    Engineered by Robin Prior
    Recorded at the Johannesburg studios of Manley Van Niekerk.

    Publisher: Belinda (Jhb)

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  • How To Play Staccato? Studying staccatos through Etudes - Violin Lesson

    6:04


    Be sure to like this video!

    In this video, Prof. Fitzpatrick explores staccatos through the use of famous violin etudes such as Kayser's, Kreutzer's, Rode's and Fiorillo's.

    Be sure to post your comments, questions or requests on this video's dedicated page by clicking the link below:



    Enjoy your violin learning and be sure to share this video with your friends or with anyone may find it useful!

    If you are looking for the sheet music of the music played at the beginning and end of the video, that's the famous Meditation from Thais for violin and piano by Jules Massenet, available for instant download at the link below:




    And don't forget to like this video ;)

    Thanks for watching!

  • Staccatos - The one to lose

    1:59

    The Staccatos are a South African band formed in November 1961 by Brian Le Gassick. The original line-up consisted of Brian le Gassick – lead vocals, guitar, John Leach – lead guitar, Willie van der Walt – bass and Ian Miller – drums. In 1962 Leach and van der Walt were replaced by Richard Crouse – guitar, Jimmy Routledge – bass and Billy Andrews – vocals, harmonica (Billy later became one half of the duo the “Dream Merchants” with Billy Forrest). In 1964 the Staccatos won the Transvaal Merseyside Contest, which included a recording contract with EMI. They supported Peter and Gordon on their tour of South Africa in 1965.

    In 1966 Steve Lonsdale took over the lead vocals, and Richard Crouse married Wanda Arletti who joined the group for a tour of Zambia. In 1967 Eddie Boyle – bass, and Ronnie Cline – organ, joined the group. In 1968 Billy Forrest approached the group to record “Cry to me” for the film “Katrina”. This song became their biggest hit, reaching number 1 on the South African Top 20 in 1969 and charting for a massive 38 weeks, earning them a double gold disc.

    In 1969 John Elliot – sax, joined the group and in 1970 Ivor Black – drums and Peter Vee – lead vocals (Steve Lonsdale left for America).

    This song is off the album “Come Back Silly Girl” released in 1965.

    On this album the line-up was: Ian Miller (drums and group leader), Richard Crouse (lead guitar), Billy Andrews (lead vocals and harmonica), Jimmy Ryan (bass) and Brian le Gassick (rhythm guitar).

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  • Staccatos - Hold on to what youve got

    3:49

    The Staccatos are a South African band formed in November 1961 by Brian Le Gassick. The original line-up consisted of Brian Le Gassick – lead vocals, guitar, John Leach – lead guitar, Willie van der Walt – bass and Ian Miller – drums. In 1962 Leach and van der Walt were replaced by Richard Crouse – guitar, Jimmy Routledge – bass and Billy Andrews – vocals, harmonica (Billy later became one half of the duo the “Dream Merchants” with Billy Forrest). In 1964 the Staccatos won the Transvaal Merseyside Contest, which included a recording contract with EMI. They supported Peter and Gordon on their tour of South Africa in 1965.

    In 1966 Steve Lonsdale took over the lead vocals, and Richard Crouse married Wanda Arletti who joined the group for a tour of Zambia. In 1967 Eddie Boyle – bass, and Ronnie Cline – organ, joined the group. In 1968 Billy Forrest approached the group to record “Cry to me” for the film “Katrina”. This song became their biggest hit, reaching number 1 on the South African Top 20 in 1969 and charting for a massive 38 weeks, earning them a double gold disc.

    In 1969 John Elliot – sax, joined the group and in 1970 Ivor Black – drums and Peter Vee – lead vocals (Steve Lonsdale left for America).

    This song is off the album “Hear And Now” released in 1968. The 7” single release reached number 12 on the South African Top 20 in 1969, charting for 7 weeks.

  • The Staccatos - Half Past Midnight 1967

    2:09

    From the Album Jeffrey Glenn's Lost Jukebox Volume 67 - 25

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  • The Staccatos - Cinnamon Girl

    4:31

    Great remake of the Niel Young classic, by South Africa’s, The Staccatos!

    The Staccatos - “Cinnamon Girl
    Flip side: “The Journey”
    Released on the RTS label, RT 29, 1973
    Line Up:
    Harold Nicholson – Vocals
    Gavin Carson – Bass
    Neville Harbott - Drums
    Brian Le Gassick – Keyboards, Guitar
    Neville Mann – Guitar
    Andre Van Zyl – Guitar


    Produced by Billy Forrest
    Publisher: Laetrec Music

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  • Staccatos - A place in the sun

    3:01

    The Staccatos are a South African band formed in November 1961 by Brian Le Gassick. The original line-up consisted of Brian Le Gassick – lead vocals, guitar, John Leach – lead guitar, Willie van der Walt – bass and Ian Miller – drums. In 1962 Leach and van der Walt were replaced by Richard Crouse – guitar, Jimmy Routledge – bass and Billy Andrews – vocals, harmonica (Billy later became one half of the duo the “Dream Merchants” with Billy Forrest). In 1964 the Staccatos won the Transvaal Merseyside Contest, which included a recording contract with EMI. They supported Peter and Gordon on their tour of South Africa in 1965.

    In 1966 Steve Lonsdale took over the lead vocals, and Richard Crouse married Wanda Arletti who joined the group for a tour of Zambia. In 1967 Eddie Boyle – bass, and Ronnie Cline – organ, joined the group. In 1968 Billy Forrest approached the group to record “Cry to me” for the film “Katrina”. This song became their biggest hit, reaching number 1 on the South African Top 20 in 1969 and charting for a massive 38 weeks, earning them a double gold disc.

    In 1969 John Elliot – sax, joined the group and in 1970 Ivor Black – drums and Peter Vee – lead vocals (Steve Lonsdale left for America).

    This song is off the album “Hear And Now” released in 1968. It a cover of a Stevie Wonder song from 1966.

  • The Staccatos - Aint No Way Im Gonna Change My Mind

    2:18

    Album: Come Back Silly Girl (1965)
    Bio: The Staccatos from South Africa (not to be confused with the Canadian Staccatos who morphed into Five Man Electrical Band), are an outfit I'd actually like to know more about. I know the original line-up featured singer/rhythm guitarist Brian Le Gassick, lead guitarist John Leach, drummer Ian Miller, and bassist Willie van der Walt.
    Inspired by British rockers, the band was formed in Johannesburg, South Africa 1961 and in 1964 scored a contract with the Parlophone label, where they released a series of three singles

  • STACCATOS-ITS A LONG WAY HOME

    2:15

    OTTAWA

  • Staccatos - Cry to me.wmv

    4:06

    Staccatos - Cry to me

    S.A. TOP 20 HISTORY:
    Entered: 24 January 1969
    Highest position: 1
    Weeks charted: 38

    BRILLIANT South African band formed in 1961 and that included on vocals (at various times) Billy Andrews (one half of The Dream Merchants together with Billy Forrest), Steve Lonsdale and Peter Vee.

    The staggering run of 38 weeks was due to the fact that the song re-entered the Top 20 after being featured in the film Katrina.

    Cry to me is a cover of a song by Solomon Burke from 1962.

  • How To Write Epic String Staccatos in 5 Minutes

    5:59

    String Staccatos: the foundation of Epic Orchestral music.
    They sound simple and understandable, but writing an unforgettable staccato pattern takes way more than just arpeggiating a chord progression. Here's my tutorial on them in five minutes.
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  • Luisa Tetrazzini - The queen of staccato - La regina dello staccato

    9:45

    Luisa Tetrazzini ( 1871-1940)

    Carnevale di Venezia (Le carnaval de Venise - Carnival of Venice ) Julius Benedict (1804-1885)
    Very wonderful high notes! Magic ornamentation!

    Mireille valse O légère hirondelle
    Charles Gounod (1818-1893) Sung in Italian
    Extraordinary technique of staccato

  • Rock Guitar Lessons - Rock Tricks - #1 Legato / Staccato

    3:52

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  • Staccatos - Shake your money maker

    3:17

    The Staccatos are a South African band formed in November 1961 by Brian Le Gassick. The original line-up consisted of Brian Le Gassick – lead vocals, guitar, John Leach – lead guitar, Willie van der Walt – bass and Ian Miller – drums. In 1962 Leach and van der Walt were replaced by Richard Crouse – guitar, Jimmy Routledge – bass and Billy Andrews – vocals, harmonica (Billy later became one half of the duo the “Dream Merchants” with Billy Forrest). In 1964 the Staccatos won the Transvaal Merseyside Contest, which included a recording contract with EMI. They supported Peter and Gordon on their tour of South Africa in 1965.

    In 1966 Steve Lonsdale took over the lead vocals, and Richard Crouse married Wanda Arletti who joined the group for a tour of Zambia. In 1967 Eddie Boyle – bass, and Ronnie Cline – organ, joined the group. In 1968 Billy Forrest approached the group to record “Cry to me” for the film “Katrina”. This song became their biggest hit, reaching number 1 on the South African Top 20 in 1969 and charting for a massive 38 weeks, earning them a double gold disc.

    In 1969 John Elliot – sax, joined the group and in 1970 Ivor Black – drums and Peter Vee – lead vocals (Steve Lonsdale left for America).

    This song is off the album “Hear And Now” released in 1968.

  • Staccatos - I get so excited

    2:10

    The Staccatos are a South African band formed in November 1961 by Brian Le Gassick. The original line-up consisted of Brian Le Gassick – lead vocals, guitar, John Leach – lead guitar, Willie van der Walt – bass and Ian Miller – drums. In 1962 Leach and van der Walt were replaced by Richard Crouse – guitar, Jimmy Routledge – bass and Billy Andrews – vocals, harmonica (Billy later became one half of the duo the “Dream Merchants” with Billy Forrest). In 1964 the Staccatos won the Transvaal Merseyside Contest, which included a recording contract with EMI. They supported Peter and Gordon on their tour of South Africa in 1965.

    In 1966 Steve Lonsdale took over the lead vocals, and Richard Crouse married Wanda Arletti who joined the group for a tour of Zambia. In 1967 Eddie Boyle – bass, and Ronnie Cline – organ, joined the group. In 1968 Billy Forrest approached the group to record “Cry to me” for the film “Katrina”. This song became their biggest hit, reaching number 1 on the South African Top 20 in 1969 and charting for a massive 38 weeks, earning them a double gold disc.

    In 1969 John Elliot – sax, joined the group and in 1970 Ivor Black – drums and Peter Vee – lead vocals (Steve Lonsdale left for America).

    This song is off the album “Hear And Now” released in 1968. It's a cover of a Equals song from 1968.

  • Staccatos - Dont ask me what I say

    2:53

    The Staccatos are a South African band formed in November 1961 by Brian Le Gassick. The original line-up consisted of Brian le Gassick – lead vocals, guitar, John Leach – lead guitar, Willie van der Walt – bass and Ian Miller – drums. In 1962 Leach and van der Walt were replaced by Richard Crouse – guitar, Jimmy Routledge – bass and Billy Andrews – vocals, harmonica (Billy later became one half of the duo the “Dream Merchants” with Billy Forrest). In 1964 the Staccatos won the Transvaal Merseyside Contest, which included a recording contract with EMI. They supported Peter and Gordon on their tour of South Africa in 1965.

    In 1966 Steve Lonsdale took over the lead vocals, and Richard Crouse married Wanda Arletti who joined the group for a tour of Zambia. In 1967 Eddie Boyle – bass, and Ronnie Cline – organ, joined the group. In 1968 Billy Forrest approached the group to record “Cry to me” for the film “Katrina”. This song became their biggest hit, reaching number 1 on the South African Top 20 in 1969 and charting for a massive 38 weeks, earning them a double gold disc.

    In 1969 John Elliot – sax, joined the group and in 1970 Ivor Black – drums and Peter Vee – lead vocals (Steve Lonsdale left for America).

    This song is off the album “Come Back Silly Girl” released in 1965.

    On this album the line-up was: Ian Miller (drums and group leader), Richard Crouse (lead guitar), Billy Andrews (lead vocals and harmonica), Jimmy Ryan (bass) and Brian le Gassick (rhythm guitar).

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  • Staccatos - Crying in the rain

    2:25

    The Staccatos are a South African band formed in November 1961 by Brian Le Gassick. The original line-up consisted of Brian le Gassick – lead vocals, guitar, John Leach – lead guitar, Willie van der Walt – bass and Ian Miller – drums. In 1962 Leach and van der Walt were replaced by Richard Crouse – guitar, Jimmy Routledge – bass and Billy Andrews – vocals, harmonica (Billy later became one half of the duo the “Dream Merchants” with Billy Forrest). In 1964 the Staccatos won the Transvaal Merseyside Contest, which included a recording contract with EMI. They supported Peter and Gordon on their tour of South Africa in 1965.

    In 1966 Steve Lonsdale took over the lead vocals, and Richard Crouse married Wanda Arletti who joined the group for a tour of Zambia. In 1967 Eddie Boyle – bass, and Ronnie Cline – organ, joined the group. In 1968 Billy Forrest approached the group to record “Cry to me” for the film “Katrina”. This song became their biggest hit, reaching number 1 on the South African Top 20 in 1969 and charting for a massive 38 weeks, earning them a double gold disc.

    In 1969 John Elliot – sax, joined the group and in 1970 Ivor Black – drums and Peter Vee – lead vocals (Steve Lonsdale left for America).

    This song is off the album “Come Back Silly Girl” released in 1965. It was written by Howard Greenfield and Carole King and became a hit for The Everly Brothers in 1962.

    On this album the line-up was: Ian Miller (drums and group leader), Richard Crouse (lead guitar), Billy Andrews (lead vocals and harmonica), Jimmy Ryan (bass) and Brian le Gassick (rhythm guitar).

  • Staccatos - Butchers and bakers

    2:49

    The Staccatos are a South African band formed in November 1961 by Brian Le Gassick. The original line-up consisted of Brian Le Gassick – lead vocals, guitar, John Leach – lead guitar, Willie van der Walt – bass and Ian Miller – drums. In 1962 Leach and van der Walt were replaced by Richard Crouse – guitar, Jimmy Routledge – bass and Billy Andrews – vocals, harmonica (Billy later became one half of the duo the “Dream Merchants” with Billy Forrest). In 1964 the Staccatos won the Transvaal Merseyside Contest, which included a recording contract with EMI. They supported Peter and Gordon on their tour of South Africa in 1965.

    In 1966 Steve Lonsdale took over the lead vocals, and Richard Crouse married Wanda Arletti who joined the group for a tour of Zambia. In 1967 Eddie Boyle – bass, and Ronnie Cline – organ, joined the group. In 1968 Billy Forrest approached the group to record “Cry to me” for the film “Katrina”. This song became their biggest hit, reaching number 1 on the South African Top 20 in 1969 and charting for a massive 38 weeks, earning them a double gold disc.

    In 1969 John Elliot – sax, joined the group and in 1970 Ivor Black – drums and Peter Vee – lead vocals (Steve Lonsdale left for America).

    This song is off the album “Hear And Now” released in 1968. The 7 single release reached number 7 on the South African Top 20 in 1968, charting for 9 weeks.

  • Staccatos - Come back silly girl

    2:20

    The Staccatos are a South African band formed in November 1961 by Brian Le Gassick. The original line-up consisted of Brian le Gassick – lead vocals, guitar, John Leach – lead guitar, Willie van der Walt – bass and Ian Miller – drums. In 1962 Leach and van der Walt were replaced by Richard Crouse – guitar, Jimmy Routledge – bass and Billy Andrews – vocals, harmonica (Billy later became one half of the duo the “Dream Merchants” with Billy Forrest). In 1964 the Staccatos won the Transvaal Merseyside Contest, which included a recording contract with EMI. They supported Peter and Gordon on their tour of South Africa in 1965.

    In 1966 Steve Lonsdale took over the lead vocals, and Richard Crouse married Wanda Arletti who joined the group for a tour of Zambia. In 1967 Eddie Boyle – bass, and Ronnie Cline – organ, joined the group. In 1968 Billy Forrest approached the group to record “Cry to me” for the film “Katrina”. This song became their biggest hit, reaching number 1 on the South African Top 20 in 1969 and charting for a massive 38 weeks, earning them a double gold disc.

    In 1969 John Elliot – sax, joined the group and in 1970 Ivor Black – drums and Peter Vee – lead vocals (Steve Lonsdale left for America).

    This song is off the compilation album Record Express Dance Party, released in 1966. The 7 single release reached #2 on the South African Top 20 in 1965, charting for 17 weeks. It's a cover of a Steve Lawrence song from 1960, which was a hit for The Lettermen in 1962.

    Record Express was a monthly teenage magazine published in South Africa in the 1960s.

  • Staccato

    1:42

    Staccato is a sequence of fast martelé strokes in the same bow direction.

    3 motions that are available are:
    Rotation of forearm
    Tremolo motion in wrist
    Pinching the bow between index finger and thumb

  • Staccatos - Everybody knows

    2:40

    The Staccatos are a South African band formed in November 1961 by Brian Le Gassick. The original line-up consisted of Brian le Gassick – lead vocals, guitar, John Leach – lead guitar, Willie van der Walt – bass and Ian Miller – drums. In 1962 Leach and van der Walt were replaced by Richard Crouse – guitar, Jimmy Routledge – bass and Billy Andrews – vocals, harmonica (Billy later became one half of the duo the “Dream Merchants” with Billy Forrest). In 1964 the Staccatos won the Transvaal Merseyside Contest, which included a recording contract with EMI. They supported Peter and Gordon on their tour of South Africa in 1965.

    In 1966 Steve Lonsdale took over the lead vocals, and Richard Crouse married Wanda Arletti who joined the group for a tour of Zambia. In 1967 Eddie Boyle – bass, and Ronnie Cline – organ, joined the group. In 1968 Billy Forrest approached the group to record “Cry to me” for the film “Katrina”. This song became their biggest hit, reaching number 1 on the South African Top 20 in 1969 and charting for a massive 38 weeks, earning them a double gold disc.

    In 1969 John Elliot – sax, joined the group and in 1970 Ivor Black – drums and Peter Vee – lead vocals (Steve Lonsdale left for America).

    This song was released on 7 single in 1967, as the B-side to Spicks And Specks. It's a cover of a John D Loudermilk song from 1962.

  • Three Types of Staccato - Master Each With These Tips - Josh Wright Piano TV

    10:31

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  • The Staccatos - A place in the sun

    3:01

    The Staccatos are a South African band formed in November 1961 by Brian Le Gassick. The original line-up consisted of Brian le Gassick – lead vocals, guitar, John Leach – lead guitar, Willie van der Walt – bass and Ian Miller – drums. In 1962 Leach and van der Walt were replaced by Richard Crouse – guitar, Jimmy Routledge – bass and Billy Andrews – vocals, harmonica (Billy later became one half of the duo the “Dream Merchants” with Billy Forrest). In 1964 the Staccatos won the Transvaal Merseyside Contest, which included a recording contract with EMI. They supported Peter and Gordon on their tour of South Africa in 1965.

    In 1966 Steve Lonsdale took over the lead vocals, and Richard Crouse married Wanda Arletti who joined the group for a tour of Zambia. In 1967 Eddie Boyle – bass, and Ronnie Cline – organ, joined the group. In 1968 Billy Forrest approached the group to record “Cry to me” for the film “Katrina”. This song became their biggest hit, reaching number 1 on the South African Top 20 in 1969 and charting for a massive 38 weeks, earning them a double gold disc.

    In 1969 John Elliot – sax, joined the group and in 1970 Ivor Black – drums and Peter Vee – lead vocals (Steve Lonsdale left for America).

    This song was released on 7 single in 1970 as the B-side to I Shall Be Released.

  • Staccatos - Mr Tambourine man

    2:07

    The Staccatos are a South African band formed in November 1961 by Brian Le Gassick. The original line-up consisted of Brian le Gassick – lead vocals, guitar, John Leach – lead guitar, Willie van der Walt – bass and Ian Miller – drums. In 1962 Leach and van der Walt were replaced by Richard Crouse – guitar, Jimmy Routledge – bass and Billy Andrews – vocals, harmonica (Billy later became one half of the duo the “Dream Merchants” with Billy Forrest). In 1964 the Staccatos won the Transvaal Merseyside Contest, which included a recording contract with EMI. They supported Peter and Gordon on their tour of South Africa in 1965.

    In 1966 Steve Lonsdale took over the lead vocals, and Richard Crouse married Wanda Arletti who joined the group for a tour of Zambia. In 1967 Eddie Boyle – bass, and Ronnie Cline – organ, joined the group. In 1968 Billy Forrest approached the group to record “Cry to me” for the film “Katrina”. This song became their biggest hit, reaching number 1 on the South African Top 20 in 1969 and charting for a massive 38 weeks, earning them a double gold disc.

    In 1969 John Elliot – sax, joined the group and in 1970 Ivor Black – drums and Peter Vee – lead vocals (Steve Lonsdale left for America).

    This song is off the album “Come Back Silly Girl” released in 1965. It's a cover of a Bob Dylan song from 1965, which was also a hit for The Byrds in that same year.

    On this album the line-up was: Ian Miller (drums and group leader), Richard Crouse (lead guitar), Billy Andrews (lead vocals and harmonica), Jimmy Ryan (bass) and Brian le Gassick (rhythm guitar).

  • Staccato And Legato Explained!

    4:51

    Staccato and Legato Explained!

    Staccato = Short
    Legato = Long, Connected

    Give your music dynamics, embellishments, and human qualities by creating emotion!

    More tutorials IN ORDER at

  • The Staccatos - Didnt Know The Time

    2:35

    The Canadian pop/rock band who later became the Five Man Electrical Band (Signs, Absolutely Right)! The Staccatos never made the US charts, but had many songs make the Canadian charts, including Half Past Midnight (1967 - #8), Small Town Girl (1965 - #20), and C'Mon Everybody (1966 - #20). Didn't Know The Time, released in 1968, was the last single as the Staccatos, and made it to #59.

  • Staccatos - Spicks and specks

    2:34

    The Staccatos are a South African band formed in November 1961 by Brian Le Gassick. The original line-up consisted of Brian le Gassick – lead vocals, guitar, John Leach – lead guitar, Willie van der Walt – bass and Ian Miller – drums. In 1962 Leach and van der Walt were replaced by Richard Crouse – guitar, Jimmy Routledge – bass and Billy Andrews – vocals, harmonica (Billy later became one half of the duo the “Dream Merchants” with Billy Forrest). In 1964 the Staccatos won the Transvaal Merseyside Contest, which included a recording contract with EMI. They supported Peter and Gordon on their tour of South Africa in 1965.

    In 1966 Steve Lonsdale took over the lead vocals, and Richard Crouse married Wanda Arletti who joined the group for a tour of Zambia. In 1967 Eddie Boyle – bass, and Ronnie Cline – organ, joined the group. In 1968 Billy Forrest approached the group to record “Cry to me” for the film “Katrina”. This song became their biggest hit, reaching number 1 on the South African Top 20 in 1969 and charting for a massive 38 weeks, earning them a double gold disc.

    In 1969 John Elliot – sax, joined the group and in 1970 Ivor Black – drums and Peter Vee – lead vocals (Steve Lonsdale left for America).

    This song was released on 7 single in 1967. It reached #10 on the South African Top 20, charting for 9 weeks. It's a cover of a Bee Gees song from 1966.

  • STACCATOS HALF PAST MIDNIGHT

    2:13

    ANNOUNCEMENT THE STACCATOS NEW DOUBLE CD WILL BE COMING OUT IN A COUPLE OF WEEKS, NOV 25 I THINK. I KNOW I WILL BE LOOKING FORWARD TO IT. JUST IN TIME FOR XMAS.

  • Staccatos - Imitations of love

    2:16

    The Staccatos are a South African band formed in November 1961 by Brian Le Gassick. The original line-up consisted of Brian Le Gassick – lead vocals, guitar, John Leach – lead guitar, Willie van der Walt – bass and Ian Miller – drums. In 1962 Leach and van der Walt were replaced by Richard Crouse – guitar, Jimmy Routledge – bass and Billy Andrews – vocals, harmonica (Billy later became one half of the duo the “Dream Merchants” with Billy Forrest). In 1964 the Staccatos won the Transvaal Merseyside Contest, which included a recording contract with EMI. They supported Peter and Gordon on their tour of South Africa in 1965.

    In 1966 Steve Lonsdale took over the lead vocals, and Richard Crouse married Wanda Arletti who joined the group for a tour of Zambia. In 1967 Eddie Boyle – bass, and Ronnie Cline – organ, joined the group. In 1968 Billy Forrest approached the group to record “Cry to me” for the film “Katrina”. This song became their biggest hit, reaching number 1 on the South African Top 20 in 1969 and charting for a massive 38 weeks, earning them a double gold disc.

    In 1969 John Elliot – sax, joined the group and in 1970 Ivor Black – drums and Peter Vee – lead vocals (Steve Lonsdale left for America).

    This song is off the album “Hear And Now” released in 1968.

  • Staccatos - Come back silly girl

    2:19

    The Staccatos are a South African band formed in November 1961 by Brian Le Gassick. The original line-up consisted of Brian le Gassick – lead vocals, guitar, John Leach – lead guitar, Willie van der Walt – bass and Ian Miller – drums. In 1962 Leach and van der Walt were replaced by Richard Crouse – guitar, Jimmy Routledge – bass and Billy Andrews – vocals, harmonica (Billy later became one half of the duo the “Dream Merchants” with Billy Forrest). In 1964 the Staccatos won the Transvaal Merseyside Contest, which included a recording contract with EMI. They supported Peter and Gordon on their tour of South Africa in 1965.

    In 1966 Steve Lonsdale took over the lead vocals, and Richard Crouse married Wanda Arletti who joined the group for a tour of Zambia. In 1967 Eddie Boyle – bass, and Ronnie Cline – organ, joined the group. In 1968 Billy Forrest approached the group to record “Cry to me” for the film “Katrina”. This song became their biggest hit, reaching number 1 on the South African Top 20 in 1969 and charting for a massive 38 weeks, earning them a double gold disc.

    In 1969 John Elliot – sax, joined the group and in 1970 Ivor Black – drums and Peter Vee – lead vocals (Steve Lonsdale left for America).

    This song is off the album “Come Back Silly Girl” released in 1965. The 7 single release reached number 2 on the South African Top 20 in 1965, charting for 17 weeks.

    On this album the line-up was: Ian Miller (drums and group leader), Richard Crouse (lead guitar), Billy Andrews (lead vocals and harmonica), Jimmy Ryan (bass) and Brian le Gassick (rhythm guitar).

  • Staccatos - Cry to me

    4:07

    The Staccatos are a South African band formed in November 1961 by Brian Le Gassick. The original line-up consisted of Brian Le Gassick – lead vocals, guitar, John Leach – lead guitar, Willie van der Walt – bass and Ian Miller – drums. In 1962 Leach and van der Walt were replaced by Richard Crouse – guitar, Jimmy Routledge – bass and Billy Andrews – vocals, harmonica (Billy later became one half of the duo the “Dream Merchants” with Billy Forrest). In 1964 the Staccatos won the Transvaal Merseyside Contest, which included a recording contract with EMI. They supported Peter and Gordon on their tour of South Africa in 1965.

    In 1966 Steve Lonsdale took over the lead vocals, and Richard Crouse married Wanda Arletti who joined the group for a tour of Zambia. In 1967 Eddie Boyle – bass, and Ronnie Cline – organ, joined the group. In 1968 Billy Forrest approached the group to record “Cry to me” for the film “Katrina”. This song became their biggest hit, reaching number 1 on the South African Top 20 in 1969 and charting for a massive 38 weeks, earning them a double gold disc.

    In 1969 John Elliot – sax, joined the group and in 1970 Ivor Black – drums and Peter Vee – lead vocals (Steve Lonsdale left for America).

    This is the album version off “Hear And Now” released in 1968.

  • Staccatos - He was a friend of mine

    3:10

    The Staccatos are a South African band formed in November 1961 by Brian Le Gassick. The original line-up consisted of Brian le Gassick – lead vocals, guitar, John Leach – lead guitar, Willie van der Walt – bass and Ian Miller – drums. In 1962 Leach and van der Walt were replaced by Richard Crouse – guitar, Jimmy Routledge – bass and Billy Andrews – vocals, harmonica (Billy later became one half of the duo the “Dream Merchants” with Billy Forrest). In 1964 the Staccatos won the Transvaal Merseyside Contest, which included a recording contract with EMI. They supported Peter and Gordon on their tour of South Africa in 1965.

    In 1966 Steve Lonsdale took over the lead vocals, and Richard Crouse married Wanda Arletti who joined the group for a tour of Zambia. In 1967 Eddie Boyle – bass, and Ronnie Cline – organ, joined the group. In 1968 Billy Forrest approached the group to record “Cry to me” for the film “Katrina”. This song became their biggest hit, reaching number 1 on the South African Top 20 in 1969 and charting for a massive 38 weeks, earning them a double gold disc.

    In 1969 John Elliot – sax, joined the group and in 1970 Ivor Black – drums and Peter Vee – lead vocals (Steve Lonsdale left for America).

    This song is off the album “He Was A Friend Of Mine” released in 1970.

  • Staccatos - My mom

    1:55

    The Staccatos are a South African band formed in November 1961 by Brian Le Gassick. The original line-up consisted of Brian le Gassick – lead vocals, guitar, John Leach – lead guitar, Willie van der Walt – bass and Ian Miller – drums. In 1962 Leach and van der Walt were replaced by Richard Crouse – guitar, Jimmy Routledge – bass and Billy Andrews – vocals, harmonica (Billy later became one half of the duo the “Dream Merchants” with Billy Forrest). In 1964 the Staccatos won the Transvaal Merseyside Contest, which included a recording contract with EMI. They supported Peter and Gordon on their tour of South Africa in 1965.

    In 1966 Steve Lonsdale took over the lead vocals, and Richard Crouse married Wanda Arletti who joined the group for a tour of Zambia. In 1967 Eddie Boyle – bass, and Ronnie Cline – organ, joined the group. In 1968 Billy Forrest approached the group to record “Cry to me” for the film “Katrina”. This song became their biggest hit, reaching number 1 on the South African Top 20 in 1969 and charting for a massive 38 weeks, earning them a double gold disc.

    In 1969 John Elliot – sax, joined the group and in 1970 Ivor Black – drums and Peter Vee – lead vocals (Steve Lonsdale left for America).

    This song is off the album “Come Back Silly Girl” released in 1965.

    On this album the line-up was: Ian Miller (drums and group leader), Richard Crouse (lead guitar), Billy Andrews (lead vocals and harmonica), Jimmy Ryan (bass) and Brian le Gassick (rhythm guitar).

  • Staccatos - You were on my mind

    2:27

    The Staccatos are a South African band formed in November 1961 by Brian Le Gassick. The original line-up consisted of Brian le Gassick – lead vocals, guitar, John Leach – lead guitar, Willie van der Walt – bass and Ian Miller – drums. In 1962 Leach and van der Walt were replaced by Richard Crouse – guitar, Jimmy Routledge – bass and Billy Andrews – vocals, harmonica (Billy later became one half of the duo the “Dream Merchants” with Billy Forrest). In 1964 the Staccatos won the Transvaal Merseyside Contest, which included a recording contract with EMI. They supported Peter and Gordon on their tour of South Africa in 1965.

    In 1966 Steve Lonsdale took over the lead vocals, and Richard Crouse married Wanda Arletti who joined the group for a tour of Zambia. In 1967 Eddie Boyle – bass, and Ronnie Cline – organ, joined the group. In 1968 Billy Forrest approached the group to record “Cry to me” for the film “Katrina”. This song became their biggest hit, reaching number 1 on the South African Top 20 in 1969 and charting for a massive 38 weeks, earning them a double gold disc.

    In 1969 John Elliot – sax, joined the group and in 1970 Ivor Black – drums and Peter Vee – lead vocals (Steve Lonsdale left for America).

    This song is off the album “Come Back Silly Girl” released in 1965. It was written by Sylvia Fricker in 1962 and was originally recorded by her and Ian Tyson (as Ian & Sylvia) in 1964, but only became a hit when We Five released it in 1965.

    On this album the line-up was: Ian Miller (drums and group leader), Richard Crouse (lead guitar), Billy Andrews (lead vocals and harmonica), Jimmy Ryan (bass) and Brian le Gassick (rhythm guitar).

  • Staccatos - For what its worth

    6:11

    The Staccatos are a South African band formed in November 1961 by Brian Le Gassick. The original line-up consisted of Brian le Gassick – lead vocals, guitar, John Leach – lead guitar, Willie van der Walt – bass and Ian Miller – drums. In 1962 Leach and van der Walt were replaced by Richard Crouse – guitar, Jimmy Routledge – bass and Billy Andrews – vocals, harmonica (Billy later became one half of the duo the “Dream Merchants” with Billy Forrest). In 1964 the Staccatos won the Transvaal Merseyside Contest, which included a recording contract with EMI. They supported Peter and Gordon on their tour of South Africa in 1965.

    In 1966 Steve Lonsdale took over the lead vocals, and Richard Crouse married Wanda Arletti who joined the group for a tour of Zambia. In 1967 Eddie Boyle – bass, and Ronnie Cline – organ, joined the group. In 1968 Billy Forrest approached the group to record “Cry to me” for the film “Katrina”. This song became their biggest hit, reaching number 1 on the South African Top 20 in 1969 and charting for a massive 38 weeks, earning them a double gold disc.

    In 1969 John Elliot – sax, joined the group and in 1970 Ivor Black – drums and Peter Vee – lead vocals (Steve Lonsdale left for America).

    This song is off the album “He Was A Friend Of Mine” released in 1970. It was written by Stephen Stills and released as a 7 single by Buffalo Springfield in January 1967.

  • How To Write Epic & Realistic Staccato Strings

    21:06

    Today's Orchestral tutorial is on Epic & Powerful Staccato Strings. Enjoy!
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  • How to Tongue Quickly and Play Staccato on Clarinet | Backun Educator Series

    8:12

    The Backun Educator Series presents Michelle Anderson, founder of Clarinet Mentors ( in a series of videos designed specifically to help school band teachers to teach clarinet more easily and effectively. Many clarinet students have trouble tonguing quickly enough, and with playing staccato while maintaining good tone. This video will give you some pointers on how to systematically teach your students to have great tone when they tongue (especially in the high register), and to improve tonguing speed.

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  • Fortalece tu voz con staccato

    6:42

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  • Staccatos - I shall be released

    4:12

    The Staccatos are a South African band formed in November 1961 by Brian Le Gassick. The original line-up consisted of Brian le Gassick – lead vocals, guitar, John Leach – lead guitar, Willie van der Walt – bass and Ian Miller – drums. In 1962 Leach and van der Walt were replaced by Richard Crouse – guitar, Jimmy Routledge – bass and Billy Andrews – vocals, harmonica (Billy later became one half of the duo the “Dream Merchants” with Billy Forrest). In 1964 the Staccatos won the Transvaal Merseyside Contest, which included a recording contract with EMI. They supported Peter and Gordon on their tour of South Africa in 1965.

    In 1966 Steve Lonsdale took over the lead vocals, and Richard Crouse married Wanda Arletti who joined the group for a tour of Zambia. In 1967 Eddie Boyle – bass, and Ronnie Cline – organ, joined the group. In 1968 Billy Forrest approached the group to record “Cry to me” for the film “Katrina”. This song became their biggest hit, reaching number 1 on the South African Top 20 in 1969 and charting for a massive 38 weeks, earning them a double gold disc.

    In 1969 John Elliot – sax, joined the group and in 1970 Ivor Black – drums and Peter Vee – lead vocals (Steve Lonsdale left for America).

    This song is off the album “He Was A Friend Of Mine” released in 1970. It was written by Bob Dylan in 1967, and first recorded by The Band for their 1968 debut album, Music from Big Pink.

  • Staccato and Legato: What they Look Like and How to Play Them

    4:23

    This instructional lesson is designed to help you understand the difference between playing staccato and playing legato. Remember that the symbol for playing legato is actually called a slur. This curving line shouldn't be confused with a tie, which connects two of the same pitch note. This appears over many different notes and indicates that you should play them on the piano smoothly connected. A staccato symbol is a dot that appears above or below a note and indicates that you should play the piano short and separated.

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  • Staccatos - I got you

    3:19

    The Staccatos are a South African band formed in November 1961 by Brian Le Gassick. The original line-up consisted of Brian le Gassick – lead vocals, guitar, John Leach – lead guitar, Willie van der Walt – bass and Ian Miller – drums. In 1962 Leach and van der Walt were replaced by Richard Crouse – guitar, Jimmy Routledge – bass and Billy Andrews – vocals, harmonica (Billy later became one half of the duo the “Dream Merchants” with Billy Forrest). In 1964 the Staccatos won the Transvaal Merseyside Contest, which included a recording contract with EMI. They supported Peter and Gordon on their tour of South Africa in 1965.

    In 1966 Steve Lonsdale took over the lead vocals, and Richard Crouse married Wanda Arletti who joined the group for a tour of Zambia. In 1967 Eddie Boyle – bass, and Ronnie Cline – organ, joined the group. In 1968 Billy Forrest approached the group to record “Cry to me” for the film “Katrina”. This song became their biggest hit, reaching number 1 on the South African Top 20 in 1969 and charting for a massive 38 weeks, earning them a double gold disc.

    In 1969 John Elliot – sax, joined the group and in 1970 Ivor Black – drums and Peter Vee – lead vocals (Steve Lonsdale left for America).

    This song is off the album “He Was A Friend Of Mine” released in 1970. It's a cover of a song by James Brown from 1965.

  • The Staccatos - I shall be released

    4:13

    The Staccatos are a South African band formed in November 1961 by Brian Le Gassick. The original line-up consisted of Brian le Gassick – lead vocals, guitar, John Leach – lead guitar, Willie van der Walt – bass and Ian Miller – drums. In 1962 Leach and van der Walt were replaced by Richard Crouse – guitar, Jimmy Routledge – bass and Billy Andrews – vocals, harmonica (Billy later became one half of the duo the “Dream Merchants” with Billy Forrest). In 1964 the Staccatos won the Transvaal Merseyside Contest, which included a recording contract with EMI. They supported Peter and Gordon on their tour of South Africa in 1965.

    In 1966 Steve Lonsdale took over the lead vocals, and Richard Crouse married Wanda Arletti who joined the group for a tour of Zambia. In 1967 Eddie Boyle – bass, and Ronnie Cline – organ, joined the group. In 1968 Billy Forrest approached the group to record “Cry to me” for the film “Katrina”. This song became their biggest hit, reaching number 1 on the South African Top 20 in 1969 and charting for a massive 38 weeks, earning them a double gold disc.

    In 1969 John Elliot – sax, joined the group and in 1970 Ivor Black – drums and Peter Vee – lead vocals (Steve Lonsdale left for America).

    This song was released on 7 single in 1970.

  • Staccatos - Sloop John B

    2:45

    The Staccatos are a South African band formed in November 1961 by Brian Le Gassick. The original line-up consisted of Brian le Gassick – lead vocals, guitar, John Leach – lead guitar, Willie van der Walt – bass and Ian Miller – drums. In 1962 Leach and van der Walt were replaced by Richard Crouse – guitar, Jimmy Routledge – bass and Billy Andrews – vocals, harmonica (Billy later became one half of the duo the “Dream Merchants” with Billy Forrest). In 1964 the Staccatos won the Transvaal Merseyside Contest, which included a recording contract with EMI. They supported Peter and Gordon on their tour of South Africa in 1965.

    In 1966 Steve Lonsdale took over the lead vocals, and Richard Crouse married Wanda Arletti who joined the group for a tour of Zambia. In 1967 Eddie Boyle – bass, and Ronnie Cline – organ, joined the group. In 1968 Billy Forrest approached the group to record “Cry to me” for the film “Katrina”. This song became their biggest hit, reaching number 1 on the South African Top 20 in 1969 and charting for a massive 38 weeks, earning them a double gold disc.

    In 1969 John Elliot – sax, joined the group and in 1970 Ivor Black – drums and Peter Vee – lead vocals (Steve Lonsdale left for America).

    This song is off the album “Come Back Silly Girl” released in 1965. It's a cover of a Beach Boys song, although they only released it in 1966.

    On this album the line-up was: Ian Miller (drums and group leader), Richard Crouse (lead guitar), Billy Andrews (lead vocals and harmonica), Jimmy Ryan (bass) and Brian le Gassick (rhythm guitar).

  • TOPAZ - THE STACCATOS

    2:31

    Tema instrumental de 1961
    CANCIÒN: Topaz
    INTÈRPRETES: The Staccatos
    SELLO: Parlophone

  • Como hacer el STACCATO en clarinete | ágil y rápido

    15:18

    Les dejo este video para aprender a hacer el staccato, con estos consejos lo podemos hacer cada vez mas ágil y rápido !! SUSCRIBETE

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