44 Feinster Psychedelic-Rock aus Spanien ! 12''-Vinyl - limitiert auf 500 Stck.nnSchwarz (name taken randomly from a krautrock encyclopedia) started in 1997 as Alfonso Alfonso s solo project, releasing his first album, These Songs Mean Nothing , a year later. Soon the project became a full band effort. After releasing a second album, Hard Listening , the band consolidated as a trio with the addition of Juanma Martínez and César Verdú. In 2001 they sign to Astro Discos and release Heptágono , a collaborative effort with the Spanish band Manta Ray. The album, and the following mini-tour, were highly acclamed by the Spanish musical press. Six years, two albums and several tours later they sign to Acuarela Records and go to Blubox Studios in Germany to record Heavengazers . Their last album, Espíritus del desierto, yo os invoco , shows two novelties: the replacement of bass guitar for keyboards and (perhaps more important) the lyrics in their mother tongue. In their ten years plus career, Schwarz have taken part in several compilations both in their country and abroad. Also, they have played some of the better known festivals in Spain (Festival Internacional de Benicassim, Primavera Club, Barcelona Acció Musical, Tanned Tin) and they have toured Spain, Germany, Netherlands, Switzerland or Russia among other countries. The band has gained a good reputation as a live act by their mixture of rock, drones, energy and hipno-visuals. They like to categorize their music as contemporary psychedelia .
Based on Albrechts‘ conviction that people should understand the music and comprehend the composers‘ ideas, he developed his analytical educational concerts. In cooperation with the Sender Freies Berlin (SFB) and the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin the TV series “Wege zur Neuen Musik” (Paths to New Music) was established, which has been relaunched in the years 2010–2012 in cooperation with the Radio Symphony Orchestra Berlin. Contemporary composers would get a chance to speak, talk about their creations, the way they work and their musical concerns. This edition combines six conversation concerts conducted by Gerd Albrecht.DVD 1: Conversation concert with KRZYSZTOF PENDERECKIPartita for concert cembalo, electric guitar, bass guitar, harp, double bass and orchestra (1971, rev. 1991) | Cembalo Elzbieta Stefanska-Lukowicz · Bass guitar Thomas Schiedel · Electric guitar Wilfried Grünberg · Harp Mariana Schmidt · Double bass Gerhardt Müller-GoldboomRecording from the Große Sendesaal of the Sender Freies Berlin, 29.11.1986DVD 2: Conversation concert with HANS WERNER HENZEBarcarola for a large orchestra (1979)Recording from the Große Sendesaal of the Sender Freies Berlin, 28.03.1987DVD 3: Conversation concert with GYÖRGY LIGETISan Francisco Polyphony for orchestra (1973-1974)Recording from the Große Sendesaal of the Sender Freies Berlin, 27.05.1988DVD 4: Conversation concert with MAURICIO KAGELQuodlibet for a female voice and orchestra after French chanson lyrics from the XV. century (1986-1988) | Singer Martine ViardRecording from the Große Sendesaal of the Sender Freies Berlin, 22.02.1989DVD 5: Conversation concert with ISANG YUNMuak – Dance fantasy for a large orchestra (1978)Recording from the Große Sendesaal of the Sender Freies Berlin, 07.11.1991DVD 6: Conversation concert with JÖRG WIDMANNElegie for clarinet and orchestra (2006) | Clarinet Jörg WidmannRecording from the Große Sendesaal of the RBB, 20.01.2011
Piano is the main lesson book in the Bastien Piano Basics course. The carefully graded, logical learning sequence assures steady, continual progress. Original music by the Bastiens includes a stimulating mixture of pop, folk, classical, and contemporary styles. Full-color illustrations throughout entertain and reinforce musical concepts along the way. The gradual multi-key approach takes students through all 12 keys -- 3 in each of Levels 1, 2, 3, and 4. Each page is carefully correlated page-by-page with Theory, Performance, and Technic. All in all, a dynamic way to introduce students to the marvelous world of music!Level 3 presents relative minor scales (a and d), octaves, minor key signatures, major-minor triads, primary chords in minor, various bass styles, triplets, the chromatic scale, and the kyes of D-flat, A-flat, and E-flat.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Katia Plaschka is a German coloratura soprano who performs in opera, especially contemporary opera, and concert performances of oratorios. Katia Plaschka studied voice at the Hochschule für Musik in Frankfurt until 2002 with Gunnel Tasch Ohlsson. She also studied with Heidrun Kordes. In the field of historically informed performance she has collaborated with Thomas Hengelbrock, Frieder Bernius and Helmuth Rilling. She has participated in the Ohrwurm-Projekt, an educational music project aimed at elementary school children. In 2001 she was the "high soprano" in music of Luigi Nono, in a concert performance in the "Zeitfluss" series at the Salzburg Festival of his Io, Frammento da Prometeo (Io, excerpts from Prometeo) for three sopranos, small chorus, bass flute, contrabass clarinet and live electronics (1981) that took place at the Kollegienkirche, Salzburg.
Tech Music School is a contemporary music school that trains musicians for the music industry in the following disciplines: drums, vocals, guitar, bass guitar and music business. It is situated in Acton, West London. The school is known for its notable alumni, including Radiohead's Phil Selway and Ed O'Brien. Tech Music School was the first UK institution to offer a BMus (Hons) degree in Popular Music, before this time BMus degrees were only available to classical musicians.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. XIT is a Native American rock band that released two albums in the 1970s on the Motown label, and regrouped in the 1990s as a new and different group under Tom Bee. They performed a 30th anniversary reunion concert and released a DVD, XIT: Without Reservation, in 2002. XIT was originally based in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Members include founder and Native American Music Award winner Tom Bee, (writer of lyrics on Plight of the Redman). The original group were A. Michael Martinez (singer and lead guitar on Plight), Mac Suazo (narrator and bass on Plight), Lee Herrerra (drums on Plight), and R. C. Garriss (2nd lead guitar on Plight). "XIT" stands for "crossing of Indian Tribes", according to Tom Bee. Their music often addresses themes of historic and contemporary Native American issues.
The bass clarinet is a musical instrument of the clarinet family. Like the more common soprano B clarinet, it is usually pitched in B (meaning it is a transposing instrument on which a written C sounds as B ), but it plays notes an octave below the soprano B clarinet. Bass clarinets in other keys, notably C and A, also exist, but are very rare. Bass clarinets regularly perform in symphony orchestras, wind ensembles, and play an occasional solo role in contemporary music and jazz in particular.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Xalam is the name of a Senegalese musical group founded in 1969 founded by a group of friends. The band takes its name from the lute-like instrument the Xalam. Xalam performed a mix of contemporary jazz tunes as well as African originals, usually sung in Wolof, the dominant local language. The band included sax, drums, African percussion, bass and electric guitar. Xalam started playing dance music, such as Rock, Salsa, Bossa, and Rhythm and Blues. The group performed in Senegal and other countries in Africa. Numerous musicians have played in the group and through their collaboration, have become very popular. In 1975 they went on an African tour with Hugh Masekela and Miriam Makeba. Later, the group decided it was time to find its own musical identity and left the stage for four years to look for inspiration in traditional folk music and mix it with their own modern music.