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What Makes a Thorens So Silent? The design of the direct-drive motor reduces all sources of noise. Direct- drive permits a slower turning rotor, therefore vibration is minimized. Precisely balanced, positioned, machined, fast-rotating parts. There are no rubber belts, pulleys, idler wheels or other elements common to rim or friction-drive units to cause unwanted noise or speed variation due to wear or slippage. Elimination of "weak sister" parts also adds dura- bility.
Lastly, a mechanical filter adjacent to the electronically-balanced rotor shaft provides freedom from undesirable gear vibrations and noise. If you are a music lover who appreciates the true meaning of "high fidelity". Illy 3. After play, arm lifti, motor ihuti off. Adjustable tracking. EPA Transcription Turntable — comparable to other professional models costing many times more. See your Deoler — Write for new brochure. Sec us in Room Audio Fair. Hotel New Yorker Oct. Particularly if they play the three bands, which comprise those opening minutes, in reverse order.
Side 2 starts off with three pairs of sound tracks. The first track begins with a sweep frequency running from 20 to 18, cycles and is immediately fol- lowed by a brief full-orchestra selec- tion recorded wide open — full fre- quency range. The second "pair" is a tone sweep from to 8, cycles followed by the same orchestral selec- tion recorded with a frequency range restricted to the same to 8, cycles.
The third pair is the tone sweep and orchestra sequence, but with the frequency range restricted to low fidel- ity: to 5, cycles. We can foresee what is going to hap- pen as soon as this record becomes widely available: every dedicated high fidelity enthusiast will own one so when Joe, his low-fi neighbor comes around, he can get busy with the in- doctrination business.
Like this: "Look, Joe, here's what you hear on that piece of junk you've got at your place. It would sound like this. We're sort of sorry that the record wasn't arranged with these three pairs in the order "played" above, because that way the impact of high fidelity reproduction is better displayed.
And maybe someone will do another record Continued on page 10 High Fidelity Magazine www. Of course, this price bears no relation to the value of the record- ings. Performed by internationally, renowned orchestras.
Custom -pressed on the purest vinyl plastic. Reproduced with a fidelity of tone which encompasses the en- tire range of human hearing As a trial member, you are not obligated to buy any other recordings from us- now or later! You do, however, have the right to try — free of charge — any of the Society's monthly selec- tions which interest you.
You receive prior notice of these. You pay nothing in advance. And you are not obligated to keep those you try. You pay only for those which — after having tried them- -you decide you really want to own. And for these. Think how they leill set your family apart as one interested in the belter things of life. Think what a cultural advantage your children will gain hy having great music as tin everyday inspiration. Mail Coupon Now Of course, we cunnot keep "handing out" inch mag- nificent long-playing recordings indefinitely.
The Musical Masterpiece Society. Olin Downes. It is a guide to the valuable music.! I'repared by emi- nent musicologists, these will in time provide you and your children with a well-rounded course in music appreciation and musical histnr; The Musical Masterpiece Society, Inc. Also enroll me as a Trial Member. I am not obligated to buy any other recordings from the Society. I am to receive an advance description of future monthly selections. And I may cancel my trial member- ship at any time.
In the future, for each selection I decide to keep — 1 will pa;- special member's price of only Toi State nio4. The result of either — stylus and record destruction!
Until now it has been impossible to check point pres- sure closer than 2 or 3 grams, one way or the other. Precision all-metal construction performs, in one simple step, the stylus-saving, record-sparing function so long awaited by record enthusiasts.
As a stroboscope indicates correct- nss of turntable speed — so Micro-Poise indicates correctness or incorrectness of stylus pressure. HF New York 36, N. Regardless of budget, way of life, or space limitations.
Ownership of a true high fidelity system no longer requires an extensive technical background. In fact, today it doesn't even require more than a moderate expenditure to enjoy the won- derful realism of high fidelity. Whatever your Hi-Fi plan, whatever your Hi-Fi budget, Newcomb is right there with the right amplifier. It's today's most advanced tuner. Designed and built by Newcomb.
Completely new. Fully enclosed and beautifully finished to use "as is! Effective to ft. Many new circuit advances have been made in both KM and AM sections. Common set of control knobs for both amplifiers offers easier operation, perfect results. AH normal controls are provided plus new "focus" control.
Channel selector switch gives operator choice of stereo- phonic reproduction, stereophonic reversed, Channel A, Channel B, or enhanced 2 channel monaural for simulated stereophonic reproduc- tion of ordinary records. Dual tape "inputs" and dual "outputs" to tape make the 3D- 12 ideal for use with the new "Binaural" tape recorders. Crossover selector provides various recording curves for both channels.
Special switch provides correction for Cook Binaural recordings. Words can't describe these superb products. Both give you: True remote control up to 50 or ft. Only your ears can convince you Hi-Fi can be so close to perfection.
For utmost pride. Don't fail to see and hear these premier products of Newcomb's 17 years of sound leadership. All inputs connect directly to the power supply chassis only. Beautiful control unit is a decorator's delight. Pending distortion control device assures you of absolute minimum distortion for life! No matter how perfect your amplifier when new, its distortion is bound to in- crease with age. During the useful life of a set of tubes, output tube unbalance is the greatest single cause for amplifier distortion being above the mini- mum of which the amplifier is capable.
Aging can unbalance a set of tubes and replacement pairs are seldom sufficiently identical twins to balance auto- matically. With Newcomb's exclusive "Audi-Balance" fea- ture for lifetime distortion control, you are not left to guess whether your amplifier is continuing to provide the lowest distortion possible.
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Beautifully illus- trated. Handy cost-estimating sheet makes it easy to keep track of purchases and budget! W10 Lexington Ave. It's virtually a complete Sound Exposition, offering America's largest selection of matched-component complete music systems, as well as all available quality amplifiers, reproducers, enclosures, FM and AM tuners, record-playing equipment, recorders and the fullest selection of accessories. Whether you moke your Hi-Fi selec- tions in person at our Sound Studios — or from our catalog — our audio tpe- ciolists will help you to select the equipment thai will completely satisfy your personal listening desires — and save you money.
ALLIED'S ingenious "Audlfioners" permit listening to every possible com- bination of audio components to help select the very best for you. Western Ave. Dworkin lives in Greenwich Village and comes uptown as infrequently as possible. Frequently enough, however, to have discovered the operatic dime-arcade beneath Times Square that he describes on page The photographs are his, too; he's a member of the Society of Photographic Engineers. He does a great deal of free-lance writing, which has been published in nearly every English-speaking country, and is the movie-critic of The Progressive.
His past includes epistemological research, profes- sional weightlifting and a job with the State Department. Anthony F. Fazio, whose quasi-Tchaikov- sky letter on page 60 may infuriate some PIT devotees, loves music but is a hard man on composers. He thinks most modernists are frauds, for instance, and obviously that many pasr masters were pretty tasteless characters away from their music desks. Born and raised in Newark, N.
To get the vital statistics on Adventurer- in-Sound Emory Cook, editor John Conly interviewed him at lunch in a western New York wayside restaurant Cook was in transit northward to record a story-teller in Albany. Rerurning rather late, Conly met business manager Warren Syer, who asked where he had been. Incidentally, you'd expect the cut-off at the high end to be much more obvious and dramatic than that at the low end. It's there all right, but the loss of body, if we may call it that, as the lows are cut is surprisingly noticeable.
There's plenty of interest on the rest of the record, by the way! The balance of Side 2 is devoted to vocal and pops samplings. Side 1 includes an orchestral suite, Adventure in High Fidelity, composed by Robert Russell Bennett on commission of RCA Vic- tor and a series of 16 brief episodes for solo instruments mostly using the- matic materials selected from The Nut- cracker Suite and arranged by Bennett.
The sum total is a wonderful "study" record which provides plenty of op- portunity to hear the instruments of the orchestra individually and com- bined into a whole. Accompanying the album is a long, Continued on page 13 High Fidelity Magazine www. It is usable either as a portable or in a custom installation — either vertical or horizontal.
It plays through an external amplifier and speaker. It is furnished in matched portable case, weighs 19 pounds and provides remarkable high fidelity in a convenient size. For instance, the Ampex records 30 to 15, cycles at 7Vi in sec.
Signal-to-noise ratio is over 55 db. Flutter and wow js less than 0. But what matters most is what you hear. There is a monitoring switch on the face of the Ampex Turn it, and you can compare what goes in and what comes out.
You will hear no difference. Fidelity is "perfect"— and this is a portable machine that weighs less than 28 pounds. Though there is a wide selection of tape recorders that can be bought for less, there are great numbers of discerning high fidelity enthusiasts who will hear the difference.
And they will want an Ampex and no other. In the new Ampex , I finally found what I've been looking for— a unit which reproduces music with complete fidelity. Even on tour I practice with Ampex.
Quite a package! FM Broadcasting, cont'd. Yes, "cont'd". FM has its trou- bles, and there are plenty of long-faces who claim it's so stupid it hasn't sense enough to know when it's dead. But on the other side of the coin. KFMU is testing on KCBH is operating with 50 kw on The latter two stations are good-music stations. Nothing specific seems to have come of it yet.
Johnson passed the letters along to Rosel Hyde, Chairman of the Fed- eral Communications Commission, who answered as follows in part : "Each of the letters has reference to Docket No. For a Magnavox is an instrument in the truest sense of the word. Without mechanical distortion, without the intrusion of unbalanced emphasis — faults of many so-called high-fidelity reproducers— Magnavox fills your liv- ing-room with the whole of the living performance.
The new Magnavox "Symphonic Modern," a master high-fidelity in- strument combining AM-FM radio with phonograph and tape recorder, has an exceptional audio system with two inch low-frequency speakers coupled in a cross-over network with a high-frequency horn speaker, to give true full-range reproduction. Twenty watts of undistorted audio power are produced by the high- fidelity amplifier — full power reserve to meet the demands of the most expansive symphonic performance.
And you can play any size record automatically. Famous Pianissimo Pick-Up, with dual diamond-sapphire styli, translates even the lowest frequencies without distortion.
See your Magnavox dealer — his name is listed in your classified phone book under "TV" or "Radio-Phonograph. Wayne, Ind. AM-FM radio- phonograph with tape recorder- re producer. Combined in one chassis is a complete pream- plifier with four positions of record equalization, flexible tone controls, input circuits for your television receiver, tape recorder and phonograph.
LI ll difference! For complete informbtioh oslc for Bulletin 5. The Radio Craftsmen, Inc. F10 N. Ravenswood Ave. The proposal would also permit the FM stations to engage in these activities during all authorized hours on a multiplex basis, that is, through the transmission of an additional signal which does not affect the listeners of the present broadcast service and which can be received by persons having suitable multiplex equipment, Thus, no reduction or narrowing of the FM band is contem- plated.
Of particular interest to us is the box devoted to a "special" hi-fi magazine published in a "big barn" in Great Barrington, Mass. We have never quite considered it a barn but on flunking it over have decided Coronet is right. Why Hi-Fi The answer: "A high fidelity system is re- markably economical because a you save the cost of special cabinetry; b you buy only what you need and can afford; c obsolete components can be replaced individually; and the big- gest value of a hi-fi system is in the listening.
He explains the advantages; tells how to buy components; how to budget your system; and how to plan the installation. The more of this sort of material, the better.
Verne Robinett of Cuyahoga Falls. We have Continued on page 16 High Fidelity Magazine www. New, thinner magnetic tape cuts time-wasting reel changes!
Xo more stopping for reel change when you're recording longer sports and news events, dramatic productions and musical works. A thinner tape backing produces more uniform output — cleaner, crisper tones — while retaining critical strength factors to meet the demands of all professional recording machines.
One roll of new tape does job of 1 14 reels of ordinary tape. New A tape stands up under even grueling steel ball drop test. Naturally it's tough enough to withstand severe stresses of sudden machine stops, starts and reverses. Paul 6, Minn. General Export: E. In Canada: London, Ontario, Canada. October, 15 www. For home, business, and school, you'll want the "old pro," the Magnecorder — the most widely used professional tape recorder in the world. Your Magnecord dealer is listed in the classified telephone directory — see "recorders.
Robinett and excerpt the following from her letter: " We have received hundreds of letters, from colleges, universities, churches, hospitals — blind, mental, polio — libraries and radio stations and people that are just 'home-bodies. Please tell the people. We've puzzled over what to do with especially precious reels and therefore welcome the an- nouncement that Brumberger, long known in the photographic field for their film storage cans and cases, has introduced a line for tape.
Cans are ! New Products This being Fall and audio show time, the pile of new product announce- ments on our desk is a foot high. Samplings: crestwood will mount its and series tape recorders in consoles. Califone has 15 portable phonographs in its new line; consider these when looking for a good portable.
Continued on page 21 High Fidelity Magazine www. For those who pursue the ultimate, the very same repro- ducer is offered here as the Imperial PK irr cabinetry that bespeaks a place of honor in the distinguished home.
There's a totally new, smooth sound, utterly real — undoubtedly the finest sourrd you've ever heard. Voices come to life and there's a new almost geometrical separation of instruments. A three-way system we'd have used six channels if neces- sary, but three were far and away the best , with 1-f unit loaded by a new-design reactance-annuling trilateral-mouth horn for bass; selected compression-driver horn-loaded mid-channel with intrarange equalizer for a final touch to precise balance arrd coloration elimination; and super latively smooth, space-blended supertwceter top.
Expensive to be sur e Place it oir a sidewall or in a corner as you choose. Individually serial numbered, laboratory tested with sigrred cer tificate and guarantee of performance, accompanied by hand- some descriptive presentation brochure. Impedance 16 ohms, power rating 35 watts. Shipping Weight 2C. Selected Mahogany. Net Price. Satin Korina. Oo Designed by t he Jensen engineering staff for their 1 own use as a reference standard of the highest quality of high-fidelity reproduction, the RS Laboratory Reference Standard Reproducer is a new and important tool for sound engineers, workers in psychoacoustics and music critics who require an unusually high quality of reproduction.
Some music lovers and audiophiles will undoubtedly want to own an RS Cabinet is plywood attractively two-toned in blue gray. Same acoustic and electrical specifications as PR Individually laboratory tested, with signed certificate and guarantee of performance, and descriptive brochure.
Bass response enhanced with new Bass-lilt rallex enclosure to give more true balanced response than previous methods. Individual con- trols orr the side of cabinet for exact adjust merrt of response balance, presence and br ightness. Choice of selected. Mahogany or Blonde Korina veneers with genuine matching hardwood trim. Impedance, 16 ohms. Power Rating: 35 watts. Shipping Weight. Blonde Korina. Finer music reproduction cannot be approached except at far greater cost.
In combination with the Bass- Ultra. New cabinet design reflects fine proportions and clean sculptured appearance. Available in selected Mahogany or Hlonde Korina veneers. Reproducer is fully assembled and carefully tested at the factory. Power rating, 25 watts.
Handsomely styled chest design is available in both selected Mahogany and Blonde Oak veneers with genuine matching hardwood trim. Fits on bookshelf or table in small space. Duette "Tieasuie Chest" gives the full performance of the true two-way system with its special 8-inch ' wooler" and compression driver "tweeter" in an unusually compact, scientifically designed acoustic enclosure.
Ideal for small-space hi-fi system, excellent as an improve- ment addition for true hi-fi from existing radio, TV, phonograph or tape recorder.
Capable of adequate bass reproduction, even at low listening levels. Clean, smooth response with the unmistakable presence of the true two-way reproducer. Impedance: 4 and 8 ohms. Power Rating: 20 watts maximum speech and music input. Size: I i" high, 23 , 4" wide, 10 deep. Shipping Weight: lbs. Set of wrought iron legs. Can be used on a table, in bookshelves or on the lloor, either on its side or standing on end.
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Following her December 6, , death, he married Rosemary Sullivan in February He lived for years in the Mandeville Canyon section of Brentwood, California, and was fondly remembered by friends and neighbors as a warm and gregarious host who loved nothing more than to play the piano and sing at parties.
Mason City was the site of the premiere of the motion picture The Music Man, hosted by Iowa Governor Norman Erbe, which was timed to coincide with the festival. Willson, like his character Harold Hill, led the "Big Parade" through the town, and the event included special appearances by stars of the film Shirley Jones and Robert Preston. The Master of Ceremonies was W. Earl Hall, editor of the Mason City Globe-Gazette, statewide radio personality and friend of many decades.
He donated a stained glass window, known as "The Music Man Window", above the pew where he would sit, which represented various musical instruments. He drove a Rolls Royce to church. He composed hymns for the church, including: "Anthem of the Atomic Age" in He and the pastor, who was also from Northeastern Iowa, were very close friends. Irish singer; Girls Aloud is born. They have plans to record an album, but scrap them after drummer Stewart Copeland is injured in a polo match.
The trio does not tour again until The picture confirmed the rumours that Bruce and Patti were having an affair. A CD and cassette reissue would eventually be released in The title for the album came from a poster 'Bleach Your Works' urging drug users to bleach their needles. In Jim also sang the lead vocal on the song "Midnight Cruiser" and the vocals on the song "Dallas" which appeared only on a 7" record.
These first few years were their very heavy touring days. Jim worked on part of Steely Dan's 3rd album "Pretzel Logic" before leaving the band in He went on to be an in-demand session player for musicians such as Sammy Hagar and David Soul. About 70 people, who perform various duties on stage, are in the entourage. Rolling Stone reports that Hammer is a taskmaster, fining dancers for missing steps and insisting that everyone go directly to their hotel rooms after shows.
The soundtrack goes Diamond, meaning over 10 million copies sold - a record for the soundtrack to an animated film. This collaboration has enough knights to fill one side of a chessboard, as both Elton John and Tim Rice had earned knighthood in England.
Elton takes a shine to "Circle of Life," considering it the best of the bunch and including it in many of his setlists. The film becomes the biggest traditionally animated movie of all time and gives rise to a lavish musical production in that would become a Broadway staple.
Her parents divorced when she was a child, and her mother remarried to Norman Pfaff, who adopted Kristen and gave her his surname. She had one younger brother, Jason, a musician. She studied classical piano and cello. There, she also worked as a counselor for rape victims. She was a part of Restore of the Sexual Violence Program, which offered a crisis line, counseling services and training in self-defense programs.
Pfaff also took part in the annual 24 Hour Rape Free Zone in , and was quoted as saying the goal was "to draw attention to violence brought against women on campus and in the world". Pfaff's playing style was central to Janitor Joe's relentless assault both live and on record, and she and Breuer both contributed songs to Big Metal Birds: "Both operate within easy reach of the line separating punishment and reward: Pfaff's contributions the surly "Boys in Blue" tend to be slightly more spacious, while Breuer's "One Eye," for instance stipulate that drummer Matt Entsminger maintain perpetual motion", wrote David Sprague of Trouser Press.
Amphetamine Reptile released a tour single, Stinker, and Janitor Joe began to tour nationally. It was on one such tour in California that year that Pfaff was scouted by Eric Erlandson and Courtney Love of Hole, who were at the time looking for a new bassist.
Love invited Pfaff to play with Hole; Pfaff declined and returned to Minneapolis, but Erlandson and Love continued to pursue her. The band's new line-up — Love, Erlandson, Pfaff and Patty Schemel on drums — entered the studio in early to begin rehearsals. While working on the platinum selling album Live Through This, Pfaff and Erlandson dated, and stayed together for most of , remaining close even after splitting up.
All was not well, however; while living in Washington's 'heroin capital', Pfaff developed a problem with drug use. Everyone, everyone. All our friends were junkies. It was ridiculous. Everybody in this town did dope", said Love of this period in the Seattle music scene. By most accounts, Pfaff's own drug use was relatively moderate: "Kristen The only way you can survive in this town is if you don't make those connections.
In the wake of Cobain's death, Pfaff decided to leave Hole, and return to Minneapolis permanently. After her tour with Janitor Joe, however, Pfaff made plans to return to Seattle in order to retrieve the rest of her belongings.
On the floor there was a bag containing syringes and drug paraphernalia. Pfaff's death was attributed to "acute opiate intoxication". Last night she wasn't. Janet was interviewed by authors Wallace and Halperin in August I get emotional about this. Hole's retrospective compilation My Body, the Hand Grenade is also dedicated to her.
Pfaff said. You work so hard in the business to make it at the national level, and that's what Kristen did. I just wish she was here to enjoy it, and see how her hometown feels about her. The award is earmarked for "individuals active in the arts in the pursuit of their educational goals.
As a member of the group he recorded a top 30 album — Something's Burning — and one of his own songs "Heed The Call" became a top 40 hit in He performed lead vocal on the group's single "School Teacher". He went on to work on both a solo career and as a session musician. Vassy continued to work with Rogers on various projects, such as his album What About Me?. Also in , he performed a song with country-gospel singer Stella Parton, for the Rhinestone soundtrack, which Stella's sister Dolly had starred in.
His first piano piece, "For a Small White Seashell" came out in and in he shook the musical establishment by delivering his legendary lecture on rembetika, the urban folk songs that flourished in Greek cities, mainly Piraeus, after the Asia Minor refugee influx in and until then had heavy underworld and cannabis use connections and were consequently looked down upon.
In he co-founded the Greek Dance Theatre Company with the choreographer Rallou Manou after which he started his career writing immensely popular "pop" songs and movie soundtracks alongside more serious works. She later studied percussion with James Blades at Dartington. Timothy's School in Dawlish. She also taught at Dartington College of Arts in Totnes, and worked as a rehearsal pianist for ballets. She had one son, and died in Totnes, Devon.
About , attend the two shows, raising money for the Milarepa Fund. American jazz singer, known as "The First Lady of Song", blessed with a beautiful voice and a wide range, could outswing anyone and had near-perfect elocution; she learned to sing by imitating the vocal stylings she heard on the radio and records, especially those of Louis Armstrong and Connee Boswell of the Boswell Sisters. She dropped out of school, became involved with the numbers racket, and worked as a lookout at a brothel.
Caught by the authorities, she was put into the Riverdale Children's Association, an orphanage and school, from which she ran away in , determined to make a career in show business.
Linton took her to Webb, who hired her in Under Webb's musical guidance, Ella learnt professional skills, developed confidence, and began recording. In she embarked on her long influencial career as a soloist. In she married famed jazz bassist Ray Brown and to she sang his jazz group.
The couple adopted an infant named Raymond Brown, Jr. In she became the first recipient of the Society of Singers Lifetime Achievement Award, named "Ella" in her honor. In she had heart surgery, but she returned to the concert stage the next year. Despite these illnesses, she continued to perform at least once a month into the early s In Ella had to have both her legs amputated below the knees.
CHUDD died. The founder of Imperial Records, Toronto-born Lew Chudd broke into the music industry as a promotions man in the Thirties, hyping the big bands of the day. Eventually crowded out by the major labels, Chudd sold Imperial to Liberty Records in , and retired from music.
Chudd later purchased several radio stations. He died in Los Angeles. Heart failure. But their commercial peak seemed to be firmly rooted in with the 1 hit album Santana III; their subsequent albums slipped further and further down the charts until 's Milagro hit an all time low at After the seven-year recording hiatus that followed, Santana was ready to rise from the ashes — but they needed help.
It debuts at 19 but, within 18 weeks, peaks at 1 on the Billboard , where it stays for 12 non-consecutive weeks. English jazz double-bassist, he started on the violin before changing to bass at 16, and by 17 he was playing professionally in a variety show called The Rolling Stones and Dawn.
He played with Nat Gonella in the middle of the s, but turned to bebop in the later 40s. He went into semi-retirement in the s, but still played up until his death. The last studio album to reach number one on both sides of the Atlantic was Radiohead's 'Kid A' in October Italian singer, born in Milan; she was active from to March 21st In the late s, while touring with Ronnie Hawkins, he was approached by Joplin's manager Albert Grossman and invited to join her new ensemble.
His playing can be heard on her posthumously-released album Pearl and many bootleg recordings from her tour, including performances from the Festival Express "train tour" of Canada. After which he moved to Woodstock, New York, where he worked as a session musician. Among those he worked with were Judy Collins, John Sebastian. South African virtuoso singer, dancer and composer, born in Inanda, Natal. Drawing on various South African styles such as mbaqanga, maskanda, marabi and traditional Zulu, fused with contemporary elements from jazz, funk, rock, gospel, rap, opera, reggae and West African music she produced a fresh and exciting sound.
Busi has since also scored a Kora award and Melt has released a compilation called Indiza. Their early years were spent in small-time gigs, playing sad songs written by Pavitols and sung by his wife, Ingrida.
Going from strength to strength, under different line up changes, Janis, with Livi recorded their best-selling album Bailes par zingem Fear about Songs in They carried on recording until The men, aged 33 and 30, were arrested after residents reported a suspicious looking vehicle in the Cullompton area.
A UK police source said they were found with swords, and a body bag, as well as detailed maps and aerial photos of Stone's property. American singer and event producer, born in Memphis, but moved to St. Louis when she was 5 and went on to be known to generations of St. She eventually broke in to the music business at the tail end of St. In the s and into the s, Mae was a regular performer at Hannegan's on Laclede's Landing and also worked at other spots such the Moose Lounge in north St. Louis and an early incarnation of Kennedy's, also on the Landing.
In later years, she performed frequently at the now-defunct Brandt's in University City, as well as at other restaurants, lounges and clubs around town. She worked with hundreds of St. As best as can be determined, she released two recordings, Live in , and Just Friends in died after a long illness. The show never materializes. In he was awarded the Lars Gullin Award, for having been "the trend for young guitarists in Sweden and abroad". In he was awarded the Monica Zetterlund memorial fund scholarship.
Some of her pupils have become renowned such as Tom Varner and Lawton C. Johnson, and she was friends with renowned jazz singer Bill Robinson. According to business executive Frank Bolden, she was a "quiet, unselfish person" who lived by the Golden Rule of treating others as one wished to be treated oneself.
Her mother died when she was a teenager, and she lived with her father until she graduated from high school in She lived with relatives including her grandfather, Benjamin, an ex-slave, who had witnessed a Civil War battle at the age of ten in the state of Virginia.
She worked as a domestic, and at one point, she worked at Bell Labs before becoming a music teacher. She was a member of the Wallace Chapel A. Zion Church for 80 years and served as the church's historian. She emphasized precision, sticking strictly to piano compositions as written, and practice; in , she was quoted in the Los Angeles Times for stressing the benefits of practice.
She taught New Jersey preschoolers in Cranford and Millburn and she taught music to the hearing impaired. According to one estimate, her students live in all fifty states in the United States. She taught local resident Lawton C. Johnson of Summit who became a church organist as well as a locally recognized educational administrator; in , the Summit Board of Education decided to rename the middle school after him. Varner wrote "I loved my teacher Ms. Capitola Dickerson—she would play 78s of Art Tatum for me.
She taught music to hearing impaired children at the Summit Speech School for thirty years. She taught preschoolers at the Westfield Day Care Center from to , teaching rhythm, movement, songs and music appreciation to thousands of children.
And I also remember a woman in our town named Capitola Dickerson. I went to one class she did at the Y where she was sharing rhythm instruments with us. When she handed me a tambourine, her manner communicated kindness and inclusion.
It may seem hard to believe because of how young I was, but she changed my life. I actually sought her out ten years ago and called her up and put her on the CMN quilt. She respected me, shy kid that I was, and modeled how to invite children to come into music their own way.
She played on Martin Luther King day in In , she was honored by the City of Summit; in a speech before the Common Council, Mayor Glatt described how Dickerson, who was in a shelter during a power outage, made a phone call from the shelter to ask if her neighbors needed help.
This type of concern for others is typical of Dickerson, who has lived in Summit for more than 70 years. Zion Church, and the Wallace Chapel A. Zion Church. She led by example and attended many committee meetings and active demonstrations. In mid-century, she was one of the first African-American women employed at Bell Laboratories. She encouraged women to "develop and use their gifts and talents in every aspect of society," according to a report in the Star-Ledger.
She worked with Habitat for Humanity. The woman was among 50, fans who attended a gig at Glasgow Green to hear the Manchester indie band. Police also Police made a total of 24 arrests during and after the concert for anti-social and drugs offences.
American DJ and record producer, dies at age In , he was awarded a Grammy for producing that recording. The song also went Top 10 in Australia where it spent more than six months on the chart. Kahn entered into a deal with Arista Records in New York to distribute the single and the subsequent album, which he also produced. Kahn's music is heard in more than 20 films and TV shows.
As a five-year-old, he began singing in his mother's Gospel Church. McClain toured and recorded in Japan in The end product, Live in Japan, featured Wayne Bennett. Also, McClain sung the theme song for the film, Time and Charges. The performance was meshed with "Bread, Freedom" by the Egyptian musician Ramy Essam who is best known for his appearances in Tahrir Square in Cairo during the Egyptian Revolution of The cause of death is not yet known.
She was a member of the girl group Blestyaschie. She graduated in from secondary school No. She studied journalism at Moscow University, but abandoned it. A minute love scene involving Friske was edited from Day Watch by the director, Timur Bekmambetov, the last installment of the trilogy, Final Watch.
In , she started her creative career by joining the singing group Blestyashchiye which recorded four solo albums and issued 3 solo programs for their fans. In she took part in the reality show The last hero-4 up to its final moment. Immediately after returning from that island shooting she announced her withdrawal from Blestyashchiye to begin a solo career.
In , she participated again in the reality show The last hero On 4 October , her first solo album was released under the name of Jeanna. Although most of her scenes were cut, she had a more prominent role in the sequel, Day Watch, and appeared on its posters. She performed many stunts. She played herself in the film What about the men are speaking of , a performance of the popular play Conversations of the middle-aged men by the Kvartet-I.
She played a major part in the detective story Who am I? She made a large number of advertising campaigns for such corporations as Orient Watch, "Rexona". From she was the host of the Russian version of the populor reality show Paradise Hotel, which gained huge popularity in Russia. She was diagnosed with cancer two months prior to giving birth to her child. She was offered chemotherapy during her pregnancy but she refused treatment to save her baby.
Her cancer worsened, and, on 15 June , she died at age He played violin in the Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra from to , and then began to write music for television and film to make a living. At the same time, he was writing more experimental music for concerts. In he won a music scholarship to West Berlin, and emigrated there the following year. The pieces were played in various parts of the building, some of them at the same time. The idea was expanded for Klanginvasion auf Bonn , for which musicians played at various venues in Bonn over the course of twelve hours.
There is some similarity here to Trevor Wishart's community pieces like Forest Singularity. These pieces take quite insignificant parts from well-known pieces of the past, such as the viola or bass drum parts, and isolate them, thus making central music which in its original context was incidental and often barely audible. This technique was used in Morceau de Genre based on a small piece for violin and piano by Edward Elgar. It exists in versions for violin, trumpet, timpani and strings; solo piano; violin and piano; solo accordion; and violin and accordion.
The constant repetition of two-bar figures from the original piece with very little variation is either extremely witty or extremely irritating, depending on the point of view. The harmonies in these later pieces are very simple, and the works have sometimes been compared to Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
The composer Gavin Bryars has said of these works that "there is a sense of peering into the past through a distorting lens that manages to reveal a clear picture, but a picture that never existed until the lens was put in place". His short piece for violin and piano from , Souvenir, has been recorded several times, most recently by Gidon Kremer.
He studied organ with Filipucci in Bologna. After training in composition with Abbatini, Benevoli, and Carissimi in Rome, he served as organist in S.
Apollinare there before pursuing his career in Bologna. In he was made second organist and in organist at S. Petronio, and then served as its maestro di cappella from until his death. He also was maestro di cappella at the church of the Madonna della Galliera and at S. Giovanni in Monte In he helped to found the Accademia dei Filarmonici of Bologna, which he served as principe from Colonna was a distinguished composer of oratorios, six of which are extant.
Among his other fine works were two volumes of motets Bologna, and the Messe e salmi concertati Bologna, He was also a priest. He studied with his father and then sang at Aquileia Cathedral at least from until the end of For over 50 years, from June until his death, he was maestro di cappella of Gemona Cathedral. He also ran a successful music school at Gemona. As the title of this volume proclaims, he was one of a number of progressive composers who were attracted by the dramatic scene, the Giuoco della cieca , and other texts from Guarini's Il pastor fido.
As well as polychoral music he devoted himself at least up to to the concertato style in church music, and in his later madrigals the same style supplanted the traditional five-part medium of much of his earlier output. He included single pieces by his father in his volumes of and He was a pupil of Pachelbel.
He served as organist at the Thomaskirche in Erfurt and for a short time at Arnstadt. From he was organist at the Michaeliskirche in Ohrdruf, where Johann Sebastian stayed with him for almost five years. Performing as a virtuoso of the now rare keyed Kent bugle and the violin, he wrote more than two hundred compositions of various styles—operatic airs, Ethiopian minstrel songs, patriotic marches, ballads, cotillions, quadrilles, quicksteps and other dances.
Only manuscripts and piano transcriptions survive today. He also was the first African American to give public concerts and the first to participate in racially integrated concerts in the United States. He led the first American musical ensemble to present concerts abroad, and he introduced the promenade concert style to America.
He directed military bands and society dance orchestras, taught music, and performed on the violin and keyed bugle. His early career consisted of performing for balls, parades, and dancing schools. His career flourished in the s, as he performed arrangements of "fashionable" music for most of the major dance functions in Philadelphia.
In Johnson and a small ensemble of African American musicians sailed to England to take part in the celebrations surrounding the ascent of Queen Victoria to the British throne. When Johnson returned from England in he introduced this new style of concert in Philadelphia during the Christmas season.
A townsman in Philadelphia noted that nothing would be more natural than for a master such as Johnson to perform at the grand LaFayette Ball. When his Philadelphia brass band toured England in , Johnson was able to play for Queen Victoria. After playing for Queen Victoria, she presented him with a silver bugle.
Available accounts show that his composition and playing must have had qualities which cannot be reconstructed from the surviving manuscripts. Historical accounts suggest that his performances infused stylistic rhythmic changes, differing from the written versions, which were either inferred by performers or instructed verbally.
This is presumed to be similar to the improvisations made by jazz musicians today, although the current practices and idioms are probably vastly different from the ones used by Johnson. He was able to create interesting music, harmonies, and effects that differed from the diatonic harmonies and triadic melodies that were popular at that time.
He staged a performance ofCreation in March at the First African Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia, and later repeated the performance at a European-American church. The student noted that Johnson's spot for composing contained unfinished manuscripts, with pen and ink ready for use. The use of flute obbligato to imitate the chirping of canaries in his "Bird Waltz" was "so natural that the keenest perception cannot discover the difference.
Program music became popular during this period, particularly works that depicted battle.
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