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    Hi Clark!

    I recently caught an episode of American Masters on PBS that was dedicated to Glenn Gould, very interesting documentary and certainly a very talented individual.


    Hoerninger, thank you for posting the entire concert

    So much Music!
    Just play music!

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    John Barry who passed away yesterday January 31st 2011.

    The sweeping score to “Rise the Titanic” (1980)


    From TV series like "The Persuaders" (1971)


    John Barry is specialized in scoring the perfect score with explosive results with "The Specialist" (1994)
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    Ground control to Major Tom.

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    Redgrass, and the US Navy

    Make of this what you will. I have to give these people credit and appreciate them.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7LALg...eature=related

    Unrelated, the US Navy has six major and eight chamber ensembles, not just their excellent concert band, and one of them is Country Current. It is a very good country band and a terrific Bluegrass outfit.

    http://www.navyband.navy.mil/ensembles.shtml
    http://www.navyband.navy.mil/Sounds/...20caroline.mp3
    http://www.navyband.navy.mil/Sounds/...land%20run.mp3

    The Commodores are a very good, and adventuresome, Jazz ensemble. If you like big Jazz bands, check them out.

    http://www.navyband.navy.mil/Sounds/...A%20Change.mp3

    This clip from the Harp/Flute Duo is sweet.

    http://www.navyband.navy.mil/Sounds/...20Grazioso.mp3

    There are lots of sound files on the site, and some presence on Youtube. I am a complete sucker for any Navy version of "Eternal Father" and there are several on the official site. There are also sound files of most of the national anthems.
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    There's a story behind how I found out about this video. The short version is that a woman from India whom I helped one day suggested that I check out several of her favorite movies and nearly a year later my wife and I finally took the time required for the two of us to get through anything of this length. She loved it, I got a cavity. Thanks to the woman from India with her love of Bollywood though. We've seen some very good movies thanks to her and my wife has loved them all.

    Bachna Ae Haseeno (Khuda Jaane) FULL SONG *HQ*

    The vocals sound great on JBL's. I can empathize with the appeal.

    I had to laugh when I read this review.

    U.S. critic Maitland McDonagh, who reviewed the film for both TVGuide.com and Time Out New York, said in the former that this "cocoon of brightly costumed beauties, gorgeous locations, bouncy musical numbers and breathless romance...is slick, mainstream entertainment with just enough surprises that you don't have to feel like a fool for enjoying it".[14]

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    From a recent power trio gig with my brother...Zoom Q3HD

    My brother bought a Zoom Q3HD video recorder... set it up on a tripod and let her rip.

    I'm on guitar, my brother is on drums, our lifelong friend is on bass. Pardon our self indulgence...this was fun and keeps us sane...

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    What was the venue? Looked like a backyard party, people coming and going. My neighbors would have a freakin' cat!

    Nice chops, BTW. I've heard a hundred bar bands that couldn't touch that.

    Oh, and thanks for the FedeX number

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    Quote Originally Posted by edgewound View Post
    My brother bought a Zoom Q3HD video recorder... set it up on a tripod and let her rip.

    I'm on guitar, my brother is on drums, our lifelong friend is on bass. Pardon our self indulgence...this was fun and keeps us sane...

    Pretty good!
    I listened to them all actually, this is the kind of backyard party I like
    The sound is excellent, the camera is well placed for good pickup and you guys have good balance so the three instruments (and vocals) are well defined.

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    NPR Music From Austin

    OK, go here: http://www.npr.org/music/

    Scroll down the page to Featured Videos. There is something there called a Tiny SXSW Concert. I heard/saw Austra perform "The Choke" and Juliana Barwick present "Bob In Your Gait." I am amused that her label is Asthmatic Kitty Records. There are more. These are a few days old. Neat! I guess NPR set up each band in a single hotel room while they were in town for the festival.

    It is gratifying to see how musicians out of the mainstream are going forward in these impossible times with mini tours and video feeds. And go NPR.

    They also have Tiny Desk Concerts done in their office. Much great stuff, even the Turtle Island Quartet! (The late, great Gary Karr performed on the bass like it was a cello; this cellist plays it like a bass sometimes. Never seen that. And it works.)

    Clark

    PS Don't Miss Typhoon, and Emmylou Harris. Harris was really up close and personal. I hope this is the concert of the future. And damn, I didn't know Kate McGarrigle was dead.
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    Never seen anything like this. 360 degree music video. Use your mouse or you will miss a lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eaulive View Post
    Pretty good!
    I listened to them all actually, this is the kind of backyard party I like
    The sound is excellent, the camera is well placed for good pickup and you guys have good balance so the three instruments (and vocals) are well defined.
    Thanks very much!

    These were all first-take tunes that we hadn't played before together. Just start and see what happens...and see if we can end it without too much damage

    The Zoom Q3HD is a pretty amazing gadget. HD audio and video for about $300.00
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    Quote Originally Posted by JeffW View Post
    What was the venue? Looked like a backyard party, people coming and going. My neighbors would have a freakin' cat!

    Nice chops, BTW. I've heard a hundred bar bands that couldn't touch that.

    Oh, and thanks for the FedeX number
    Thanks, Jeff...

    The venue is a little shop in Downtown Claremont, CA, called 'The Village Attic'. It's a tiny, funky vintage store that sells new hats and vintage stuff that the owner has collected over the decades. he's a friend of ours that we all played baseball with in our youth. The property has a subsatnatial lot so he put in a backyard for a community party/gathering spot when the weather is good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ducatista47 View Post
    Ashley, one of my favorite songs AND videos is "Regret" by New order. Good job posting the band here.

    On to my small contribution, I must not be the only Glenn Gould appreciator here. His The Solo Piano Music of Arnold Schoenberg recording was my favorite piece of vinyl, and music, for at least ten years. I have returned to him by way of Bill Evans, who is my other favorite pianist. Evans recorded Conversations With Myself, I belatedly discovered, on the legendary Steinway favored by Gould, CD 318. This stimulated a re immersion in Gould's recordings.

    This fragment of some documentary about Gould has a clip of Bernstein conducting and Gould playing Bach's D minor keyboard concerto, BWV 1052. It starts at about 3:50 and runs three minutes. I learned a new word, decresendo, from this. Hearing Glenn Gould's in this video is one of the musical highlights of my entire life. It is the passage where the orchestra lays out and the piano gets softer and softer...and softer. Holding perfect timing and articulation the entire time. But the whole clip is great. Remember that before Glenn Gould these works were performed largely on the nearly expressionless harpsichord, or the pipe organ.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pkc8LjmKKMw


    My own warped worldview of the piano is that Bill Evans and Glenn Gould were the two greatest geniuses of the instrument and had very much in common. They also mutually admired each others work. In my universe Evans was the greatest improviser on the keyboard that ever recorded, and Gould was the greatest interpreter of J S Bach who ever lived. Since Bach was the most accomplished musician who ever lived and Jazz has been history's highest flowering of musical improvisation, that means that these men were pretty special. In their respective fields they were the masters of expression. But never mind that they were great pianists. What matters is they were Great - capital G - musicians.

    Clark
    It has been said that Glenn Gould was the greatest Canadian that ever sat down in front of a piano.

    Died way to young at 50

    And same with Bill Evans dead at 51

    Some good info on there lives on wikipedia

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