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Alive AG Oddara Weltmusik CD Bunnett, Jane and ...
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Jane Bunnett's continuing quest to seek out and present musical talent untapped and unheard beyond the confines of the island nohas led her down many roads, and it was during a trip 30 years ago to Havana, Cuba she discovered then-unknown musicians and formed the all-star ensemble Maqueque (pronounced Mah-Keh-Keh, meaning the energy of a young girl's spirit.) Their 2014 self-titled debut CD was awarded a much-deserved Juno Award for Best Group Jazz Album of the Year. Jane Bunnett's assembly of all-star Cuban musicians, the sextet which includes herself and five extraordinary young females, ensured a spotlight for their fluid, seamless music. Everything I've done, Jane says with pride, has led up to this group, which is the perfect vehicle for now. Maqueque currently includes Yissy Garcia on drums, Dánae Olano on piano, Magdelys Savigne on batá drums and congas, Elizabeth Rodriguez on violin and vocals and Celia Jiménez on bass. Maqueque often features guest stars Melvis Santa on percussion and vocals, as well as Dayme Arocena assisting vocals. TRACKS: 1. Little Feet 2. Dream 3. El Chivo 4. 25 New Moves 5. Song For You 6. Power of Two (Ibeyi) 7. La Flamenca Maria 8. Eulogy 9. Tres Golpes 10. Changui Guaso 11. Cafe Pilon

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The Ox
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The definitive no-holds-barred biography of John Entwistle, The Who's legendary bass guitarist It is an unequivocal fact that in terms of rock bands, the Beatles, the Rolling Stones and the Who represent Year Zero; the beginning of all things, ground-breakers all. To that end, John Entwistle - the Who's beloved bassist - is also without question one of the most important and influential figures in the annals of rock. He is also among an even more rarefied few by virtue of his being such a fascinating, transfixing and gloriously oversized character. However, Entwistle has not been the subject of a major biography. Likely, this was due to no-one being able to gain close access to the subject himself: the still in many other respects enigmatic Entwistle's enduring legacy has been carefully guarded by his surviving family. With the full co-operation of the Entwistle family, The Ox will correct this oversight and in doing so, shine a long overdue light on one of the single greatest, and most impactful figures in rock history. Drawing on his own notes for an unfinished autobiography that he started before his death in 2002 (and which will be quoted from extensively), as well as his personal archives and interviews with his family and friends, The Ox will give readers a never-before-seen glimpse into the two very distinct poles of John Entwistle. On the one hand, he was the rock star incarnate, being larger than life, self-obsessed to a fault, and proudly and almost defiantly so. Extravagant with money, he famously shipped two vintage American cars across the Atlantic without having so much as a driver's license, built exponentially bigger and grandiose bars into every home he owned, and amassed an extraordinary collection of possessions, from arachnids, armor, and weaponry, to his patented Cuban-heeled boots. But beneath this fame and flutter, he was also a man of simple tastes and traditional opinions. He was a devoted father and family man who loved nothing more than to wake up to a full English breakfast, or to have a supper of fish, chips, and a pint at his local pub. After his untimely death, many of these stories were shuttered away into the memories of his family, friends, and loved ones, but now, for the first time, The Ox will introduce us to the man behind the myth-the iconic and inimitable John Entwistle. Paul Rees has been writing about popular music and culture since 1990. He is a former award-winning Editor of Kerrang! and was Editor-in-Chief of Q magazine from 2002-2012. His work has also appeared in such publications as the Sunday Times Culture, Observer, Sunday Times Magazine, Daily Telegraph, Sunday Express, and Classic Rock.

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The Ox
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The definitive no-holds-barred biography of John Entwistle, The Who's legendary bass guitarist It is an unequivocal fact that in terms of rock bands, the Beatles, the Rolling Stones and the Who represent Year Zero; the beginning of all things, ground-breakers all. To that end, John Entwistle - the Who's beloved bassist - is also without question one of the most important and influential figures in the annals of rock. He is also among an even more rarefied few by virtue of his being such a fascinating, transfixing and gloriously oversized character. However, Entwistle has not been the subject of a major biography. Likely, this was due to no-one being able to gain close access to the subject himself: the still in many other respects enigmatic Entwistle's enduring legacy has been carefully guarded by his surviving family. With the full co-operation of the Entwistle family, The Ox will correct this oversight and in doing so, shine a long overdue light on one of the single greatest, and most impactful figures in rock history. Drawing on his own notes for an unfinished autobiography that he started before his death in 2002 (and which will be quoted from extensively), as well as his personal archives and interviews with his family and friends, The Ox will give readers a never-before-seen glimpse into the two very distinct poles of John Entwistle. On the one hand, he was the rock star incarnate, being larger than life, self-obsessed to a fault, and proudly and almost defiantly so. Extravagant with money, he famously shipped two vintage American cars across the Atlantic without having so much as a driver's license, built exponentially bigger and grandiose bars into every home he owned, and amassed an extraordinary collection of possessions, from arachnids, armor, and weaponry, to his patented Cuban-heeled boots. But beneath this fame and flutter, he was also a man of simple tastes and traditional opinions. He was a devoted father and family man who loved nothing more than to wake up to a full English breakfast, or to have a supper of fish, chips, and a pint at his local pub. After his untimely death, many of these stories were shuttered away into the memories of his family, friends, and loved ones, but now, for the first time, The Ox will introduce us to the man behind the myth-the iconic and inimitable John Entwistle. Paul Rees has been writing about popular music and culture since 1990. He is a former award-winning Editor of Kerrang! and was Editor-in-Chief of Q magazine from 2002-2012. His work has also appeared in such publications as the Sunday Times Culture, Observer, Sunday Times Magazine, Daily Telegraph, Sunday Express, and Classic Rock.

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Recuerdo de una jornada
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“Recuerdo de una Jornada” was composed for, and dedicated to, the Cuban saxophonist Jorge Luis Almeida and the Havana-based saxophone quartet “Habana Sax”. Jorge L. Almeida graduated from Cuba’s National School of Arts in 1975 and from the Instituto Superior de Arte in Havana in 1987; under the tutelage of professor Daniel Deffayet, he completed two courses of studies at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris in France “with distinction” in the years 1987 and 1990. In 1987, Almeida founded the saxophone quartet “Cuarteto de Saxofones de La Habana” and later on, in 1991, “Habana Sax”. The repertoire of the latter, which is one of the most important ensembles of its kind in Cuba, ranges from classical to contemporary music. Infl uences of Cuban popular music as well as jazz can be felt in many of the ensemble’s works, and often a percussionist is added to the group’s lineup. Throughout the years, the quartet has presented itself at festivals and in the most famous concert halls all over the world. Various technical particularities that represent quite a challenge in the execution of Cuban music manifest themselves in this composition, such as syncopations, off-beats, the “cinquillo cubano” and, as its most prominent aspect, the “clave”. It is the “son clave” (2-3) that marks the beginning of the piece and is, for instance, picked up by the four saxophones in measures 30 and 31. The part played by the baritone sax should especially be pointed out: One the one hand, it assumes the role of the bass building the rhythmic and harmonic basis; on the other hand, it provides further rhythmical support when executing the “tumbaos” in case an additional percussionist is added to the quartet (which, of course, is optional since the piece can be performed without any percussion instruments). In measure 32, the tempo changes and the piece switches over to a Latin jazz feel making use of a phrasing typical of this style. This feeling is maintained up to measure 54, where the tenor sax starts playing a “tumbao”, developing into a so-called “champola” (a term that refers to the layering of different “tumbaos” which, when played in conjunction, result in a “contagious” rhythmic pattern) in measure 58. Finally, in measure 72, the composition returns to tempo primo, being performed in the style of a “son”, and ends with the execution of the “son clave”. Instrumentation: 4 saxophones (SATBar) + Drum Set (opt.)

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Brandao, F: Brazilian/Afro-Cuban Jazz/Klavier L...
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Brazilian and Afro-Cuban Jazz Conception is the new exciting series of play-along books by award-winning Brazilian flutist and composer Fernando Brandão and features fifteen original tunes in various Brazilian and Afro-Cuban styles. This edition clearly aims at being more than a simple play-along collection. For each of the tunes a thorough analysis and additional exercises are given. An extensive introduction into the various styles and rhythms of Brazilian and Afro-Cuban music makes these books even more valuable. The rhythm section and soloists are among the most prestigious musicians in contemporary Brazilian music. Rhythm Section: Leandro Braga - piano, Adriano Giffoni - bass, Xande Figueiredo - drums, Zero - percussion. Instrumentation: piano

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La Paloma for Double Bass - Pure Lead Sheet Mus...
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This popular Spanish song is one of the most recorded in the history of music. To name a few it has been recorded by among others Mireille Mathieu, Elvis Presley, Julio Iglesias, James Last, Acker Bilk, Artie Shaw, Andre Rieu and Gil Evans. Composed after a visit to Cuba in 1861 by Spanish composer Sebastian Yradier (Sebastian Iradier Salaverri), the influence of Cuban habanera gives the song its distinctive rhythm. Particularly in Mexico the song quickly became popular and in many places, including Afghanistan, Hawaii, the Philippines, Germany, Romania, Zanzibar, and Goa it gained status of a folk song. In popular culture it has been featured in countless films including the 1961 film Blue Hawaii where Elvis Presley sings a version by the alternative title No More. Likewise the song has been featured in Tiny Toon Adventures, The Good Wife, Dumb and Dumber To, Star Trek The Next Generation and The House of the Spirits Lead Sheet notated in bass clef with melody and chords ....

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La Paloma for Bassoon - Pure Lead Sheet Music B...
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This popular Spanish song is one of the most recorded in the history of music. To name a few it has been recorded by among others Mireille Mathieu, Elvis Presley, Julio Iglesias, James Last, Acker Bilk, Artie Shaw, Andre Rieu and Gil Evans. Composed after a visit to Cuba in 1861 by Spanish composer Sebastian Yradier (Sebastian Iradier Salaverri), the influence of Cuban habanera gives the song its distinctive rhythm. Particularly in Mexico the song quickly became popular and in many places, including Afghanistan, Hawaii, the Philippines, Germany, Romania, Zanzibar, and Goa it gained status of a folk song. In popular culture it has been featured in countless films including the 1961 film Blue Hawaii where Elvis Presley sings a version by the alternative title No More. Likewise the song has been featured in Tiny Toon Adventures, The Good Wife, Dumb and Dumber To, Star Trek The Next Generation and The House of the Spirits Lead Sheet notated in bass clef with melody and chords ....

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La Paloma for Trombone - Pure Lead Sheet Music ...
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This popular Spanish song is one of the most recorded in the history of music. To name a few it has been recorded by among others Mireille Mathieu, Elvis Presley, Julio Iglesias, James Last, Acker Bilk, Artie Shaw, Andre Rieu and Gil Evans. Composed after a visit to Cuba in 1861 by Spanish composer Sebastian Yradier (Sebastian Iradier Salaverri), the influence of Cuban habanera gives the song its distinctive rhythm. Particularly in Mexico the song quickly became popular and in many places, including Afghanistan, Hawaii, the Philippines, Germany, Romania, Zanzibar, and Goa it gained status of a folk song. In popular culture it has been featured in countless films including the 1961 film Blue Hawaii where Elvis Presley sings a version by the alternative title No More. Likewise the song has been featured in Tiny Toon Adventures, The Good Wife, Dumb and Dumber To, Star Trek The Next Generation and The House of the Spirits Lead Sheet notated in bass clef with melody and chords ....

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La Paloma for Cello - Pure Lead Sheet Music By ...
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This popular Spanish song is one of the most recorded in the history of music. To name a few it has been recorded by among others Mireille Mathieu, Elvis Presley, Julio Iglesias, James Last, Acker Bilk, Artie Shaw, Andre Rieu and Gil Evans. Composed after a visit to Cuba in 1861 by Spanish composer Sebastian Yradier (Sebastian Iradier Salaverri), the influence of Cuban habanera gives the song its distinctive rhythm. Particularly in Mexico the song quickly became popular and in many places, including Afghanistan, Hawaii, the Philippines, Germany, Romania, Zanzibar, and Goa it gained status of a folk song. In popular culture it has been featured in countless films including the 1961 film Blue Hawaii where Elvis Presley sings a version by the alternative title No More. Likewise the song has been featured in Tiny Toon Adventures, The Good Wife, Dumb and Dumber To, Star Trek The Next Generation and The House of the Spirits Lead Sheet notated in bass clef with melody and chords ....

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