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Jazz Conception Bass Lines
23,50 € *
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Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Jazz Conception Bass Lines, Titelzusatz: 21 complete transcriptions as played by Dennis Irwin + 21 lead sheets. Bass. Ausgabe mit mp3-CD., Komponist: Snidero, Jim, Verlag: advance music GmbH, Sprache: Englisch // Deutsch, Schlagworte: Gitarre // Bassgitarre // E-Gitarre // Musikalien // Musikrichtungen // Jazz // Pop // Musik // Instrument // Musikinstrument // Partituren // Libretti // Liedtexte // Unterhaltungsmusik // Popmusik // Blasinstrumente, Rubrik: Musikalien, Seiten: 72, Informationen: Ausgabe mit mp3-CD (Rückendrahtheftung), Gewicht: 314 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Stand: 06.06.2020
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Kool & The Gang
51,40 € *
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Mit mehr als 70 Millionen verkauften Tonträgern, zwei Grammys und sieben American Music Awards zählen Kool & the Gang zu den erfolgreichsten Bands der Welt. Ende der 70er, Anfang der 80er hatten die Musiker um die Brüder Robert und Ronald Bell ihre größten Hits - unter anderem mit Ladies´ Night, Get Down On It, Celebration oder Victory.Fünfzig Jahre haben Kool & The Gang als Band nun schon auf dem Buckel und sind in dieser Zeit kein bisschen leiser geworden. Angefangen hat die Geschichte der Soul-, Funk- und Discowunder 1964 in der Schule, als die beiden Brüder Robert und Ronald Bell gemeinsam mit ihren Mitschülern George Brown, Claydes Charles Smith und Dennis Thomas die Band jazziacs gründeten, die sich später in Kool & The Gang umbenannten. Kool ist der Spitzname von Robert Bell.Mit ihrer explosiven Mischung aus Jazz, Funk und R?n?B erklomm die Kultband in den 1970er und 80er Jahren den Pop-Olymp. Mit Songs wie ?Celebration?, ?Get down on it?, ?Cherish?, ?Fresh?, ?Joana? und viele mehr stürmten sie die Charts und brachten die Menschen mit ihrem Soul-Disco Funk zum Tanzen. Ihre Musik schaffte es auch nach Hollywood auf die Soundtracks von Filmen wie ?Rocky? und ?Saturday Night Fever?. Regisseur Quentin Tarantino benutzte den Party Hit ?Jungle Boogie? für ?Pulp Fiction?. Ihre funkigen Arrangements machten sie außerdem zur meist gesampelten Band aller Zeiten. Unzählige Superstars wie Jay-Z, Madonna, Janet Jackson und P. Diddy bedienten sich an den Chartbreakern der Jungs aus New Jersey und machten so die ?alten? zu neuen Hits.Kool & the Gang wurde mit einem Stern auf dem Hollywood Walk of Fame geehrt. Die Brüder Ronald Bell (Gesang, Saxophon) und Robert ?Kool? Bell (Bass) gründeten in New Jersey die Band, die zunächst unter verschiedenen Namen auftrat. Sie performen bis heute gemeinsam mit George Brown (Keyboard) sowie Dennis Thomas (Trompete und Posaune) ihre Welt-Hits. Sie feierten im vergangenen Jahr ihr 50-jähriges Jubiläum.Mit den zeitlosen Hits und fantastisch-mitreißenden Live-Auftritten stehen sie auch in diesem Sommer wieder im Rampenlicht auf den Bühnen der Welt und laden noch einmal zu einer riesigen ?Celebration? ein.

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Buon Giorno Le Marche, 3 Melodie-Instrumente, R...
24,00 € *
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Buon Giorno Le Marche was inspired by a number of events that took place in 2011. After a 2010 tour to the Abruzzo region of Italy where my grandfather originates from, I performed a number of concerts in the summer of 2011 with Italian bassist Gabriele Pesaresi who originates from Le Marche. Gabriele is one of Italy’s greatest bass players and a most beautiful person. Gabriele can play in any musical context setting, which reflects his outstanding musicianship. The bass line was written with him in mind and for him. The melody was inspired by Italy’s rich operatic canzone history. The starting note (Ab) of the bass and melody reflects the rich tenor range of the voice. On the saxophone, the low Bb has a richness to it that invokes the whole body when playing it. As an artist for Rampone & Cazzani, I find the sound and richness of the low Bb to be unlike any other saxophone I have experienced, and believe Rampone & Cazzani saxophones reflect the true Italian voice. I was introduced to Claudio Zolla of Rampone & Cazzani in 2005 by my dear friend Dennis Tini (Wayne State University). Claudio Zolla and his wonderful family are dedicated to making some of the best hand-made saxophones in the world. The region of Le Marche is a fascinating area of Italy. Just north of Abruzzo and along the Adriatic, it is one of Italy’s best kept secrets when one thinks of the great treasures Italy has to offer. The piece has a melancholic feel to it that reflects the dual meaning of Buon Giorno, which in Italian can mean hello and goodbye. For my wife Diane and I, we were happy to see and experience this part of Italy, but also sad to leave. This piece is rich with harmonic challenges that support the melody which should be played in a relaxed and legato manner. The rhythm section can play in a floating manner off the bass line as an anchor with the drummer playing an ’Elvin Jones’ big three feel. Pay special attention to the dynamics as stated. The tutti/solo section is used as material for improvisation in addition to working well as a tutti line to play after the last solo. This piece is dedicated to my dear friends Gabriele Pesaresi and Claudio Zolla, and to the people of Le Marche, Italy. Buon Giorno Le Marche is part of an Italian Suite published by Advance Music that also includes Arrivo in Abruzzo and Scungilli.Schwierigkeitsgrad: 4

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Raffi in Concert with the Rise and Shine Band
39,00 € *
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Raffi in Concert with the Rise & Shine Band is a music album by popular children's entertainer Raffi, released in 1996. This is also on VHS tape, released in 1988. The Rise and Shine Band: Raffi Guitar Dennis Pendrith Bass Bucky Berger Drums Nancy Walker Keyboards Mitch Lewis Guitars, Mandolin, Banjo, Lap Steel, Harmonica indicates what instrument Mitch Lewis plays on each song. Two songs on the VHS are not featured on the CD. They are "Fais do-do" and a medley of "Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star," "Baa Baa Black Sheep," and "The Itsy Bitsy Spider." Another song that Raffi sings is "If You're Happy and You Know It," which is only available on the VHS.

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Indigo 119392 Musik- & Tonaufnahme Elektronisch...
13,89 € *
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Kompilation dreier Kassetten aus den 80ern: Eine Verbeugung vor den Elektronik-Pionieren der 70er.nDennis Young kennt man vor allem als den Perkussionisten der New Yorker Weltmusik-Funk-Band Liquid Liquid. Paradox: Deren größter Hit war ein geklautes Stück. Grandmaster Flash & Melle Mel nutzten für ihren Hit "White Lines (Don't Do It)" 1983 eine Basslinie und Gesangsspuren aus dem Liquid-Liquid-Song "Cavern". Es folgte eine gerichtliche Auseinandersetzung mit dem Hip-Hop-Label Sugarhill, die dem ursprünglich von 1980 bis 1983 aktiven Quartett eine gewisse Popularität einbrachte. Aufmerksamkeit, die der Band aus Manhattan für ihren sperrigen, ungestümen und sehr Bass- sowie Percussion-dominierten Sound nie zuteil wurde. Doch zurück zu Dennis Young. Der war nicht nur Bandmitglied, sondern hat auch viel Eigenes produziert. Unter anderem die drei Kassetten "Concepts" (1985), "Reflections" (1987) und "Quest" (1988). Sie sind gerade für die Musikarchäologen unter uns von besonderem Interesse und wurden dankenswerter Weise von Bureau B ausgegraben und auszugsweise zu einem Tonträger kombiniert. "Wave. Electronic Music 1984-1988" ist eine Verbeugung vor Klaus Schulze, Tim Blake, Larry Fast, Edgar Froese, Brian Eno und Cluster, mithin den Pionieren der elektronischen Musik. Wer es nicht besser weiß, würde die Entstehungszeit von Youngs Musik in den Siebzigern vermuten.

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Buon Giorno Le Marche
31,90 CHF *
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Buon Giorno Le Marche was inspired by a number of events that took place in 2011. After a 2010 tour to the Abruzzo region of Italy where my grandfather originates from, I performed a number of concerts in the summer of 2011 with Italian bassist Gabriele Pesaresi who originates from Le Marche. Gabriele is one of Italy’s greatest bass players and a most beautiful person. Gabriele can play in any musical context setting, which reflects his outstanding musicianship. The bass line was written with him in mind and for him. The melody was inspired by Italy’s rich operatic canzone history. The starting note (Ab) of the bass and melody reflects the rich tenor range of the voice. On the saxophone, the low Bb has a richness to it that invokes the whole body when playing it. As an artist for Rampone & Cazzani, I find the sound and richness of the low Bb to be unlike any other saxophone I have experienced, and believe Rampone & Cazzani saxophones reflect the true Italian voice. I was introduced to Claudio Zolla of Rampone & Cazzani in 2005 by my dear friend Dennis Tini (Wayne State University). Claudio Zolla and his wonderful family are dedicated to making some of the best hand-made saxophones in the world. The region of Le Marche is a fascinating area of Italy. Just north of Abruzzo and along the Adriatic, it is one of Italy’s best kept secrets when one thinks of the great treasures Italy has to offer. The piece has a melancholic feel to it that reflects the dual meaning of Buon Giorno, which in Italian can mean hello and goodbye. For my wife Diane and I, we were happy to see and experience this part of Italy, but also sad to leave. This piece is rich with harmonic challenges that support the melody which should be played in a relaxed and legato manner. The rhythm section can play in a floating manner off the bass line as an anchor with the drummer playing an ’Elvin Jones’ big three feel. Pay special attention to the dynamics as stated. The tutti/solo section is used as material for improvisation in addition to working well as a tutti line to play after the last solo. This piece is dedicated to my dear friends Gabriele Pesaresi and Claudio Zolla, and to the people of Le Marche, Italy. Buon Giorno Le Marche is part of an Italian Suite published by Advance Music that also includes Arrivo in Abruzzo and Scungilli. Instrumentation: 3 melody instruments, rhythm section

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Buon Giorno Le Marche
24,70 € *
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Buon Giorno Le Marche was inspired by a number of events that took place in 2011. After a 2010 tour to the Abruzzo region of Italy where my grandfather originates from, I performed a number of concerts in the summer of 2011 with Italian bassist Gabriele Pesaresi who originates from Le Marche. Gabriele is one of Italy’s greatest bass players and a most beautiful person. Gabriele can play in any musical context setting, which reflects his outstanding musicianship. The bass line was written with him in mind and for him. The melody was inspired by Italy’s rich operatic canzone history. The starting note (Ab) of the bass and melody reflects the rich tenor range of the voice. On the saxophone, the low Bb has a richness to it that invokes the whole body when playing it. As an artist for Rampone & Cazzani, I find the sound and richness of the low Bb to be unlike any other saxophone I have experienced, and believe Rampone & Cazzani saxophones reflect the true Italian voice. I was introduced to Claudio Zolla of Rampone & Cazzani in 2005 by my dear friend Dennis Tini (Wayne State University). Claudio Zolla and his wonderful family are dedicated to making some of the best hand-made saxophones in the world. The region of Le Marche is a fascinating area of Italy. Just north of Abruzzo and along the Adriatic, it is one of Italy’s best kept secrets when one thinks of the great treasures Italy has to offer. The piece has a melancholic feel to it that reflects the dual meaning of Buon Giorno, which in Italian can mean hello and goodbye. For my wife Diane and I, we were happy to see and experience this part of Italy, but also sad to leave. This piece is rich with harmonic challenges that support the melody which should be played in a relaxed and legato manner. The rhythm section can play in a floating manner off the bass line as an anchor with the drummer playing an ’Elvin Jones’ big three feel. Pay special attention to the dynamics as stated. The tutti/solo section is used as material for improvisation in addition to working well as a tutti line to play after the last solo. This piece is dedicated to my dear friends Gabriele Pesaresi and Claudio Zolla, and to the people of Le Marche, Italy. Buon Giorno Le Marche is part of an Italian Suite published by Advance Music that also includes Arrivo in Abruzzo and Scungilli. Instrumentation: 3 melody instruments, rhythm section

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 06.06.2020
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