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ACCOMPANYING SOLOISTS
GREAT JAZZ SOLOISTS
BC E1
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BASIE BAND
THREE SOLOISTS
VIRTUOSO SOLOISTS
KEY SOLOISTS
INTERNATIONAL SOLOISTS
EXCELLENT SOLOISTS
ACCLAIMED SOLOISTS
ENGLISH BAROQUE SOLOISTS
GUEST SOLOISTS
AMERICAN BACH SOLOISTS
GREATEST SOLOISTS
OUTSTANDING SOLOISTS
GREAT SOLOISTS
VOCAL SOLOISTS
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CONTRAST
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YEARS
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Definitions

  1. Soloists are the exception: they often dress differently, because they are the focus of attention.
  2. The soloists are Charles Brett, countertenor, Nathalie Stutzmann, deep alto, Noémi Rime, mezzo-soprano, and Howard Crook, tenor.
  3. The soloists are 1st rate, Dudu Puckwana and Mongezi Feza stand out. (Web site)
  4. The soloists are husband and wife Jan Vogler and Mira Wang; Wang was a student of Totenberg.
  5. The soloists are uniformly good, though I wish the Horn Concerto had been played on the natural horn of the day to accentuate its rustic quality.

Unison

  1. The ensemble is nicely bolstered by the presence of several saxophonists, who sound smooth in unison and tough as soloists.

Recording

  1. Soloists: 1 piano, 3 percussions.) recording from 1968 by the EIMCP dir. (Web site)

Full Orchestra

  1. In the spritely Allegro fugue that follows, soloists lead off and then alternate with the full orchestra in blocks of music reminiscent of Corelli’s style.

Primary Soloists

  1. That makes this disc a valuable listening tool for anyone seeking to learn Ellington 's primary soloists during the 1930s. (Web site)

Male Soloists

  1. Ukrainian folk dance, once for men only but later danced by couples, male soloists, and mixed groups of dancers. (Web site)

Inventive Soloists

  1. Gathered for the honor of playing tenor saxophone this evening were Ravi Coltrane, Johns son, and Mark Shim, two fresh, inventive soloists. (Web site)

Hot Soloists

  1. One side features some of the hot soloists in his band while the reverse emphasizes fully arranged straight dance music.

Important Soloists

  1. There had, of course, been important soloists in other bands, such as Duke Ellington's and Fletcher Henderson's.
  2. The important soloists of this style generally were associated with one or more big bands but were often also leaders of their own combos.

Leading Soloists

  1. The music of Gloria Coates has been performed by leading soloists and ensembles, winning her an unrivalled reputation. (Web site)
  2. Since leaving the stage she has worked at the Bolshoi Theatre as a pedagogue, coaching the leading soloists in ballerina roles.

Afro-Latin Tradition

  1. The Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra, led by pianist, director Arturo O'Farrill is composed of 18 soloists who play classics of the Afro-Latin tradition.

Gifted Soloists

  1. In the latter aim they were aided by gifted soloists such as the tenor saxophonist Coleman Hawkins.

Famous Soloists

  1. They were knowledgeable and often biased toward their favorite bands and songs, and sometimes worshipful of the famous soloists and vocalists. (Web site)

Accompanying Soloists

  1. Count is also the best pianist I know for warming up an orchestra and accompanying soloists. (Web site)

Great Jazz Soloists

  1. Along with Louis Armstrong, Sidney Bechet, and Bix Beiderbecke, Bubber Miley was one of the great Jazz soloists of the 1920s.

Bc E1

  1. Mass in B minor, for soloists, chorus & orchestra, BWV 232 (BC E1): Gloria in excelsis Deo - Et in terra pax 7. (Web site)

First Important Jazz Soloists

  1. One of the first important jazz soloists, his recordings precede those of Louis Armstrong, three years his junior, with whom he would later play duets. (Web site)

Basie Band

  1. The early Basie band was also noted for its legendary soloists and outstanding rhythm section.

Three Soloists

  1. They are not three soloists who thrust themselves into the limelight, but a harmonized and flexible ensemble which enjoys making music together.

Virtuoso Soloists

  1. It remained associated almost entirely with African American churches, and usually featured a choir along with one or more virtuoso soloists. (Web site)
  2. The 1930s belonged to popular swing big bands, in which some virtuoso soloists became as famous as the band leaders. (Web site)

Key Soloists

  1. Among them were key soloists like Hodges, who joined Ellington, and Stark, who periodically left for employment with Fletcher Henderson. (Web site)

International Soloists

  1. Plus there is the roster of international soloists and conductors who will be flying in separately. (Web site)
  2. Dr. Jazz - A Danish jazz band with international soloists; mp3 files available on the site. (Web site)

Excellent Soloists

  1. The musical adaptation of composer Jaroslav Kyzlinek with his excellent soloists, orchestra and a beautifully sounding choir was the result.

Acclaimed Soloists

  1. Weiss also had the opportunity to lead groups featuring such acclaimed soloists as David Fathead Newman, Pepper Adams and Clifford Jordan.

English Baroque Soloists

  1. This CD is arguably one of Sir John Eliot Gardiner's (don't forget the Monteverdi Choir and the English Baroque soloists) greatest achievements. (Web site)

Guest Soloists

  1. Sass and Brass was taped in 1986 in New Orleans and also features her working trio with guest soloists, including Dizzy Gillespie and Maynard Ferguson.
  2. It was performed by a narrator, the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, with guest soloists and choir.
  3. Free. Hodie, performed by the Chorus of Westerly, Boston Festival Orchestra and guest soloists, conducted by George Kent: Sunday, November 23, 4 and 6 p.m.

American Bach Soloists

  1. This recording of four of Bach's harpsichord concertos by the American Bach Soloists is greatly satisfying in its presentation of the music. (Web site)
  2. Mr. Abreu is a frequent guest of the American Bach Soloists in California, both on stage and in their recordings for the Koch International label. (Web site)

Greatest Soloists

  1. Buddy Bolden, Louis Armstrong, and Jelly Roll Morton began their careers in New Orleans and became some of the greatest soloists of the time. (Web site)
  2. Alyn Shipton explores the music of saxophonist Charlie Parker, still regarded as one of the greatest soloists and innovators in jazz.

Outstanding Soloists

  1. Featuring two of the Bolshoi’s most outstanding soloists, Natalia Bessmertnova nd Mikhail Lavrovsky.
  2. Description The Stan Kenton Orchestra was always an ideal showcase for the outstanding soloists within its ranks. (Web site)

Great Soloists

  1. The current aggregation has its share of great soloists, but Mitchell has stressed the totality of sound and interplay among musicians. (Web site)
  2. Bechet was one of the great soloists of early Jazz. (Web site)

Vocal Soloists

  1. The main theme again undergoes variations, this time for vocal soloists and chorus. (Web site)
  2. This piece, which includes vocal soloists and choirs, is considered one of the major musical achievements of the post-war era in Britain. (Web site)

Performances

  1. Performances took place in various churches and cathedrals and featured his orchestra, vocal soloists, choirs, and dancers. (Web site)
  2. His period instrument experiences include performances with the American Bach Soloists and the Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra in Toronto, Canada.

Performance

  1. While the other soloists were all top-notch musicians, Coltrane's compositions and performance clearly stole the show.

Contrast

  1. The vivid tone colors of the varied instruments enhance the contrast between soloists and orchestra.

Balance

  1. Solti's 2nd recording has the distinction that the balance between chorus, soloists and orchestra is superb. (Web site)

Close

  1. The full Bach Festival Chorus, soloists and orchestra will bring the 2010 Bach Festival to a close on Sunday afternoon.
  2. The camera coverage is exceptional, giving us the opportunity to see all band members up close, especially the soloists.

Years

  1. Several of his early students from the 1940's emerged in later years as acclaimed instrumentalists, soloists and orchestral composers.
  2. Some "soloists", as they were called, were suspended, including Vidar Kleppe, who was suspended for two years, or expelled, as was Jan Simonsen.
  3. With three of its key personnel, Pell, Don Fagerquist and Ray Sims, honed by years as star soloists of Les Brown's band, the Octet's cohesion was remarkable.

Drummers

  1. Through out the record, the drummers (one per cut) and bassist do an excellent job of both propelling and responding to the rhythms of the soloists. (Web site)

Part

  1. Recently the orchestra has broadened its repertoire and taken part in a series of concerts with "Wienermusik" with outstanding soloists in Oslo Concert Hall. (Web site)
  2. Both soloists performing next weekend also value the chance to be part of the cultural connection.

Composition

  1. Sun Ra is one of those jazz musicians who usually think in terms of the total composition, integrating a number of soloists into that framework.
  2. Cesti lends to this composition a larger retinue and a score in which soloists could demonstrate their needed skills. (Web site)

Generation

  1. Orlando Cole (born August 16, 1908) is a cello teacher who has taught a generation of soloists and first cellists in a dozen leading orchestras.

Groups

  1. These groups were often composed of the soloists made famous from their big band exposure. (Web site)
  2. Elgar's musical legacy is primarily orchestral and choral, but he did write for soloists and smaller instrumental groups.
  3. GLUSHKIN EDUARD - violinist from New York performs solo, and with other groups and soloists. (Web site)

Leader

  1. Known as the "English Paganini", Isaac Collins is the leader of the orchestra, and his children Viotti and Lindley Collins are soloists for the evening. (Web site)
  2. Through the 1920s and early 1930s, Venuti and Lang made many recordings, as leader and as featured soloists. (Web site)

Audiences

  1. Joachim wrote a large cadenza for this movement, which is still a favorite with soloists and audiences, although many violinists have written their own.

Strings

  1. He produced a lavish Messa di S Cecilia for soloists, chorus and strings, performed there in October 1720. (Web site)

Instruments

  1. Elgar's musical legacy is primarily orchestral, but he did write for soloists and groups of other instruments. (Web site)

Group

  1. Dutch violin star Janine Jansen leads her specially selected group of soloists in a fresh look at the most loved of all classical works. (Web site)
  2. Formally known as International Sejong Soloists, Sejong is a group of virtuoso string players including many well known young soloists.

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