Staeps (rightly) believes that the English Baroque is the fountainhead of recorder music, and that Purcell's music is the perfect vehicle. Here, he takes six excerpts from The Fairy Queen (introductions and dances) and fashions a Suite for recorder quartet with basso continuo (keyboard instrument with another bass instrument playing an octave lower than the bass recorder). For advanced quartets. Reprint of the 1957 UE original.Instrumentation:for recorder quartet and harpsichord (piano)
How Did We Get So Dark? is the artist-approved matching songbook to British rock duo Royal Blood's No.1 album. The music is transcribed for voice and bass guitar in standard notation and tablature, plus the book includes all the technical info you need to make your bass sound just like Mike Kerr's, as well as an 8-page colour section.
Rodney Slatford (b. 18 July 1944) is an English contemporary double bass player and teacher (especially of young children). He was the principal bass player of the Midland Sinfonia, Academy of St. Martin in the Fields, and English Chamber Orchestra, a founder of the Nash Ensemble, and has been a principal player in other early music ensembles. He is also a publisher of sheet music for double bass. He had studied with Adrian Beers and wrote his obituary in The Independent.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Radarmaker are a Perth-based, Australian indie rock band that formed in 2000. Song-writing duties and instruments are shared equally between the four members. Their name is taken from a track on Mogwai's first album. Warwick Hall (Guitar, glockenspiel, bass guitar, vocals) Adam Trainer (Guitar, drums, bass, vocals, glockenspiel, screwdrivers) Noah Norton (Guitar, drums, bass, vocals) Wendi Graham (Guitar, drums, bass, vocals, glockenspiel, ebow) As well as producing the band's records, local music producer Trevor Cotton has performed live with the band on a number of occasions playing both on the drums and bass guitar.
This book uses ethnographic research to examine the role of dance in the construction of identity in the distinctly British electronic dance music club culture of drum ’n’ bass. Dancing is revealed as the central way in which drum ’n’ bass clubbers construct and perform their identities, which are informed, although not defined, by the club culture’s histories. The intertextual and intercultural development of drum ’n’ bass musical and clubbing culture is shown to be represented in the dancing body, prompting a challenge to the discourse of cultural appropriation. Popular representations of identities are embodied by drum ’n’ bass clubbers through affective transmission via the popular screen, and in this process are re-valued in their embodiment. Using a socially orientated understanding of intertextuality, the popular dancing body is shown to be heterocorporeal: containing traces of prior meaning and logic yet replete with new meaning and significance.
Giuseppe Pino - Love My JazzStarphotograph Giuseppe Pino präsentiert in Love My Jazz Porträts aller großen Namen, die die internationale Jazzszene seit den 60er Jahren hervorgebracht hat. Faszinierende Aufnahme von Louis Armstrong, Chet Baker, Count Basie, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Dave Brubeck, Chick Corea, Miles Davis, Duke Ellington, Bill Evans, Ella Fitzgerald, Stan Getz, Dizzy Gillespie, Lionel Hampton, Keith Jarrett, Oscar Peterson, Nina Simone, Joe Zawinul umfassen drei Generationen von Jazzmusikern begleitet von der Musik vieler abgebildeter Jazzgrößen.MUSIK-INHALT:CD 1 – Swing & Joy Sonny Rollins: St. Thomas 6:47(Rollins) Prestige Music Freddy Hubbard: Joy Spring 6:47(Brown) copyright controlFreddie Hubbard(tp)Harold Land: tenor saxBilly Childs: keyboardsLarry Klein: bassSteve Houghton: drumsBuck Clark: Percussion Stan Getz & His Four Brothers: Five Brothers 3:12(Mulligan) Beechwood Music-BMIStan Getz, Zoot Sims, Al Cohn, Allan Eager, Brew Moore: tenor saxophonesWalter Bishop: pianoGene Ramey: bass · Charlie Perry: drums Zoot Sims Four: I Hear a Rhapsody 5:33(Fragos, Baker, Gasparre) Thorn Creatives Int.-BMIZoot Sims: tenor saxRichards Wyands: pianoFrank Tate: bass · Akira Tana: drums Dexter Gordon: Fried Bananas 6:09(Gordon) Dex Music-BMIDexter Gordon: tenor sax · Barry Harris: pianoBuster Williams: bass · Allbert “Tootie” Heath: drums  Milt Jackson & Wes Montgomery: Stablemates 5:45(Golson) copyright controlMilt Jackson: vibesWes Montgomery: guitar · Wynton Kelly: pianoSam Jones: bass · Philly Joe Jones: drums Dave Brubeck: The Way You Look Tonight 7:45(Kern, Fields) Warner Bros. MusicDave Brubeck: piano · Paul Desmond: alto saxCD 2 – Cool & Soft Miles Davis Quintet: My Funny Valentine 6:01(Rodgers, Hart) ChappellMiles Davis: trumpet · Red Garland: pianoPaul Chambers: bass · Philly Joe Jones: drums Chet Baker: How High The Moon 3:39(Hamilton, Lewis) Chappell MusicChet Baker: trumpet · Herbie Mann: flutePepper Adams: baritone sax · Bill Evans: pianoPaul Chambers: bass · Connie Kay: drums Ron Carter: All Blues 8:43(Davis) Musical Frontiers-BMIRon Carter: piccolo bass · Kenny Barron: pianoBuster Williams: bass · Ben Riley: drums Herbie Mann & Bobby Jaspar: Tel Aviv 14:42(Mann) Prestige Music-BMIHerbie Mann, Bobby Jaspar: flutes, tenor saxTommy Flanagan: pianoJoe Puma: guitarWendell Marshall: bassBobby Donaldson: drums Paul Bley: Like Someone in Love 4:07(Burke, van Heusen) Bourne/Music Sales Corp.Paul Bley: pianoCharles Mingus, bassArk Blakey: drums Bill Evans Trio: Spring is Here 5:06(Rodgers, Hart) Robbins Music-ASCAPBill Evans: pianoScott Lafaro: bass · Paul Motian: drumsCD 3 – Blues & Classics Duke Ellington: C-Jam Blues 5:14(Ellington) EMI RobbinsDuke Ellington: pianoRoy Burrowes, Cat Anderson,Bill Berry, Ray Nance: trumpetsLawrence Brown, Leon Cox,Chuck Connors: trombonesRussell Procope, Johnny Hodges: alto saxJimmy Hamilton: clarinet, tenor saxPaul Gonsalves: tenor sax · Harry Carney: baritone saxAaron Bell: bass · Sam Woodyard: drums Big Joe Turner: Stormy Monday 4:37(Walker) Gregmark Music-BMIJoe Turner: vocalsPee Wee Crayton: guitarJ. D. Nicholson: pianoCharles Norris: bassWashington Rucker: drums Count Basie Jam: Jumpin’ at the Woodside 4:32(Basie) Warner Bros. MusicCount Basie: pianoVic Dickenson, Al Grey: trombones · Roy Eldridge: trumpetBenny Carter: alto saxophone · Zoot Sims: tenor saxophoneRay Brown: bass · Jimmie Smith: drums Louis Armstrong: Mack the Knife 3:28(Brecht/Weill) Weill-Brecht-Harms-ASCAPLouis Armstrong: trumpet, vocalsTrummy Young: trombone · Edmund Hall: clarinetBilly Kyle: piano · Squire Gersh: bass · Barrett Deems: drumsRecorded: July 4, 1957, Newport Oliver Nelson, King Curtis & Jimmy Forest: Blues at the Five Spot 5:43(Nelson) Noslen Music-BMIOliver Nelson, King Curtis, Jimmy Forest: tenor saxGene Casey: piano · George Dvivier: bass · Roy Haynes: drums Ella Fitzgerald: Night and Day 6:59(Porter) Harms Inc.-ASCAPElla Fitzgerald: vocals · Tommy Flanagan: pianoEd Thipgen: drums · Frank de la Rosa: bass Ray Bryant: Take the “A” Train 4:06(Ellington, Strayhorn) Tempo Music-ASCAPRay Bryant: pianoRecorded: July 13, 1977, Montreux(P) 1977 Pablo Records Tenth & Parker Berkeley, CA 94710ISCR US-FI8-77-00001OJCCD-371 Oscar Peterson & The Bassists: Sweet Georgia Brown 5:09(Bernie, Pinkard, Casey) Warner Bros.-ASCAPOscar Peterson, pianoRay Brown: bass · Niels Pedersen: bassCD 4 – Bop & More Woody Herman: La Fiesta 5:00(Corea) Litha Music-ASCAPWoody Herman: clarinet,sax · Greg Herbert: sax,fluteFrank Tiberi, Steve Lederer, Harry Kleintank:saxLarry Pyatt, Gil Rathel, Walt Blanton, Bill Byrne: trumpetBill Stapelton: trumpet, flugelhornJim Pugh, Geoff Sharp, Harold Garrett: tromboneAndy Laverne: piano · Joe Beck: guitarWayne Darling: bass · Ed Soph: drums · Ray Barretto: conga Art Blakey & Jazz Messengers: Caravan 9:45(Ellington, Mills, Tizol) American Academy of MusicArt Blakey: drums · Freddie Hubbard: trumpetCurtis Fuller: trombone · Wayne Shorter: tenor saxCedar Walton: piano · Reggie Workman: bass Charles Mingus: Jump Monk 6:53(Mingus) Jazz Workshop-BMICharles Mingus: bassEddie Bert: trombone · George Barrow: tenor saxMal Waldron: piano · Willie Jones: drums Dizzy Gillespie: Manteca 9:26(Gillespie, Fuller) Music Sales Corp.-ASCAPDizzy Gillespie, trumpet · Toots Thielemans, guitarBernard “Pretty” Purdie, drums McCoy Tyner: Afro Blue 9:58 Flöten, Percussion, Es-Dur(Santamaria) Mongo Music–BMIMcCoy Tyner: pianoSonny Fortune: soprano & alto sax, fluteVirgil Jones, Cecil Bridgewater, Jon Faddis: trumpetDick Griffin: trombone, bass tromboneGarnett Brown: trombone · Kiani Zawadi: euphoniumJulius Watkins, Willie Ruff, William Warnick III: French hornBob Stewart: tubaHubert Laws: piccolo, flute · Harry Smyles: oboeSelwart Clarke, John Blair, Sanford Allen, Winston CollymoreNoel DaCosta, Marie Hence: violinJulien Barber, Alfred Brown: violaRonald Lipscomb, Kermit Moore: celloJooney Booth: bassAlphonse Mouzon: drums · Sonny Morgan: congas
Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Famer and Rush bassist Geddy Lee celebrates rock music's thunderous, rumbly bottom end-the bass-in this unique, lavishly illustrated, full-color compendium showcasing over two hundred rare, iconic, beautiful, and sometimes eccentric bass guitars from his extensive collection.In this luxurious keepsake volume, Geddy Lee chronicles the fascinating history of one of rock music's foundation instruments, the bass guitar. Written with arts journalist Daniel Richler, gorgeously photographed by Richard Sibbals, and with insight from Geddy's trusted bass tech and curator, John "Skully" McIntosh, Geddy Lee's Big Beautiful Book of Bass profiles over two hundred classic basses from Geddy's extensive collection. The book combines knowledge and observations gleaned from Geddy's long, successful career with new and behind-the-scenes photos, ranging from his earliest days to Rush's sold-out 40th anniversary tour in 2015, plus personal interviews with some of the world's top bassists and collectors.A musician and guitar freak, Geddy has acquired the magnificent bass models that have been the backbone of the world's greatest popular music, from greats such as Paul McCartney, John Entwistle, and Jack Bruce. The book features vintage basses from 1950 through the mid-1970s-the golden age of guitar making.Suffused with Geddy's intelligence, taste, and disarming wit, Geddy Lee's Big Beautiful Book of Bass is also an entertaining look at a legend's career on stage, in the studio, and at home. Geddy shares his views of the role of the bass guitar in his life and in the lives of the great players who've influenced him, revealing his passions and motivations, and ultimately broadening fans' appreciation of his beloved instrument.
A bass player, or bassist is a musician who plays a bass instrument such as a double bass, bass guitar, keyboard bass or a low brass instrument such as a tuba or sousaphone. Different musical genres tend to be associated with one or more of these instruments. Since the 1960s, the electric bass is the standard bass instrument for rock and roll, jazz fusion (and occasionally other forms of jazz), heavy metal, country, reggae and pop music. The double bass is the standard bass instrument for classical music, bluegrass, and Swing-era and Bebop-era jazz. Low brass instruments such as the tuba or sousaphone are the standard bass instrument in Dixieland and New Orleans-style jazz bands. Despite the associations of different bass instruments with certain genres, there are exceptions. Some 1990s and 2000s rock and pop bands use a double bass, such as Barenaked Ladies, Indie band The Decemberists, and punk rock/psychobilly groups such as The Living End, Nekromantix, The Horrorpops, and Tiger Army. Some fusion jazz groups use a lightweight, stripped-down electric upright bass rather than a double bass.
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