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Buffet Bass Clarinet : How To Learn To Play Violin

Buffet Bass Clarinet

buffet bass clarinet

    bass clarinet
  • a large clarinet whose range is an octave below the B-flat clarinet

  • A concert instrument that, when used properly, is still not heard.

  • A blow, typically of the hand or fist

  • A shock or misfortune

  • a piece of furniture that stands at the side of a dining room; has shelves and drawers

  • a meal set out on a buffet at which guests help themselves

  • strike against forcefully; "Winds buffeted the tent"



A continuation of the previous photograph. Base image was shot in Super Macro mode. Used Adobe Photoshop CS3 to Desaturate the image and apply a Sumi-E filter.

My Bass Clarinet at 14

My Bass Clarinet at 14

This is my Buffet R13 Prestige Bass Clarinet. Thanks for everything!!

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Guitar Music In Tab

guitar music in tab

    guitar music
  • The guitar is a plucked string instrument, usually played with fingers or a pick. The guitar consists of a body with a rigid neck to which the strings, generally six in number but sometimes more, are attached.

  • Guitar Music is a 1981 album by guitarist Leo Kottke. The album is all solo guitar played on a Gibson J-45 and a Lundberg-Martin 12-string.

  • yellow journalism: sensationalist journalism

  • check: the bill in a restaurant; "he asked the waiter for the check"

  • tab key: the key on a typewriter or a word processor that causes a tabulation

  • A facility in a word-processing program, or a device on a typewriter, used for advancing to a sequence of set positions in tabular work

Day 005 - The guitar

Day 005 - The guitar

OK, I don't play the guitar [I took lessons for about 3 days years ago] but lately I've been falling in love with its sound more and more so whenever there's a guitar lying around, I'd try to remember the tabs I've learned... And as evidents here, I really don't remember anything and is just messing with it :))

And maybe I'm just missing several people who plays the guitar like my twinny :))

Guitar Birthday Cake

Guitar Birthday Cake

60th Birthday cake with sugarpaste guitar. Music sheet made with flowerpaste.

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Beginner Pedal Steel Guitar

beginner pedal steel guitar

    steel guitar
  • Hawaiian guitar: guitar whose steel strings are twanged while being pressed with a movable steel bar for a glissando effect

  • A Guitar with metal strings and played by sliding a metal bar over the fretted neck rather than fingertips pressing the strings.

  • Steel guitar is a type of guitar and/or the method of playing the instrument developed in Hawaii. The name steel guitar comes not from the material of which the guitar is made, but from the name of the steel, a slide held in the fretting hand.

  • novice: someone new to a field or activity

  • founder: a person who founds or establishes some institution; "George Washington is the father of his country"

  • A person just starting to learn a skill or take part in an activity

  • Beginner (formerly Absolute Beginner -- the phrase in German is plural because of the form of the adjective) is a German rap group from Hamburg, consisting of Eizi Eiz [alias Jan Delay/Ei?feldt], Denyo and DJ Mad.

  • of or relating to the feet; "the word for a pedal extremity is `foot'"

  • pedal point: a sustained bass note

  • bicycle: ride a bicycle

  • A foot-operated lever or control for a vehicle, musical instrument, or other mechanism, in particular

  • A foot-operated throttle, brake, or clutch control in a motor vehicle

  • Each of a pair of cranks used for powering a bicycle or other vehicle propelled by leg power

Dig The Steel Guitar

Dig The Steel Guitar

Guthrie likes some steel guitar....and some sittin.
Wrong does too.

Steel Guitar

Steel Guitar

Maggie Bjorklund - Exene's steel guitar player at Yard Dog

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Meyer Saxophone Mouthpiece

meyer saxophone mouthpiece

  • a part that goes over or into the mouth of a person; "the mouthpiece of a respirator"

  • A part of a musical instrument placed between or against the lips

  • A thing designed to be put in or against the mouth

  • The part of a telephone for speaking into

  • an acoustic device; the part of a telephone into which a person speaks

  • a spokesperson (as a lawyer)

  • The saxophone (also referred to as the sax) is a conical-bored transposing musical instrument that is a member of the woodwind family. Saxophones are usually made of brass and played with a single-reed mouthpiece similar to that of the clarinet.

  • sax: a single-reed woodwind with a conical bore

  • (saxophonist) a musician who plays the saxophone

  • A member of a family of metal wind instruments with a single-reed mouthpiece, used esp. in jazz and dance music

  • Meyer Definition: From the Middle High German word "meiger," meaning "higher or superior," often used for stewards of landholders or great farmers or leaseholders - today a Meier is a dairy farmer.

  • Meyers, a variant surname spelling of Myers, is of both English and German surname origin. The German surname refers to a town magistrate. The English surname may mean "physician" (from "mire", Old French, or "marsh" (from "myrr", Old Norse}. There are many variant spellings.

  • Adolf Bernard Meyer (1840 - 1911) was a German anthropologist , ornithologist and entomologist.

Dessert: Meyer Lemon Soufflé

Dessert: Meyer Lemon Soufflé

The Meyer lemon souffle was picture-perfect - as it was in texture and taste. I'm really impressed that the restaurant would be so daring as to coordinate souffles for everyone in that evening! To be sure, in some aspects, it makes dessert servicing somewhat more predictable... but making all of those souffles and timing them for each table, I can imagine, could spell disaster.

The souffle was garnished with a Meyer lemon leaf. As well, little pots of cardamom creme anglaise were provided for each diner to sauce their souffle to their liking.

The souffle was not overly eggy, and was ethereally light. I'm personally not a fan of cardamom, but I will admit that the creme anglaise worked magnificently with the subtle and mild citrus. One note on the creme anglaise - although I could have sworn I tasted a heavy dose of ginger in the creme anglaise, my server, after checking, reassured me that there was only cardamom.

Eric Meyer's Captivated Audience

Eric Meyer's Captivated Audience

Eric Meyer presenting Debug/Reboot in the conference room at the Palace Hotel from the back of the room. This image is a composite of 7 photos automatically aligned and exposure matched using Autopano Pro 1.4.2.

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Guitar Hero Metallica Downloadable Content

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    downloadable content
  • Downloadable content (also referred to as DLC) is a form of digital media distributed through the Internet. The phrase is used to refer specifically to content created for video games that is released separately from the main video game release.

    guitar hero
  • Guitar Hero Mobile is a series of rhythm video games in the Guitar Hero series, adapting the normal console-based gameplay which uses a guitar-shaped controller to match notes of popular rock music songs to work with the face buttons on advanced mobile phones, including BlackBerry devices and

  • Guitar Hero is a music video game for the Sony PlayStation 2 developed by Harmonix Music Systems and released in .

  • Guitar Superstar is a yearly competition hosted by the Guitar Player magazine in which 10 finalists compete for the title of Guitar Superstar or Guitar Hero for the year.

  • Metallica is an American heavy metal band from San Francisco, California, formed in 1981. The band was founded when an advertisement posted by drummer Lars Ulrich in a local newspaper, was responded to by James Hetfield.

  • Metallica (also known as The Black Album) is the eponymous fifth studio album by the American heavy metal band Metallica. It was released on August 13, 1991 through Elektra Records.

  • "Notes on the style and works of this American heavy metal band. Includes notes on select songs, and features a discography and links to online stores. "

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Super Mario Land™ 2: 6 Golden Coins™
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Launch Date:09/29/11
ESRB:E (Everyone)
Game Type:Action, Platformer
Game Information

In his greatest Game Boy™ adventure, Mario™ faces off against his evil rival Wario™, who has captured Mario Land and turned it into his private playground.

To toss Wario™ off his ill-gotten throne, Mario must search all-new worlds for the six golden coins that unlock the gate to Mario's castle. A mob of monsters, old and new, seek to stop him. Along the way, through 6 zones, Mario can nab Power Mushrooms, Super Stars and Fire Flowers for extra power. And if he eats the Magic Carrot, he'll turn into a high-flying hare!



Brink DLC 'Agents of Change' is now available on Xbox LIVE, PlayStation Network and Steam. The announcement came through today as QuakeCon 2011 continues to march on.

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Guitar Chords Music

guitar chords music

    guitar chords
  • A guitar chord is a collection of tones usually sounded together at once,by dominic played on a guitar. It can be composed of notes played on a some adjacent or separate strings or all the strings together.

  • A sound perceived as pleasingly harmonious

  • an artistic form of auditory communication incorporating instrumental or vocal tones in a structured and continuous manner

  • musical activity (singing or whistling etc.); "his music was his central interest"

  • The vocal or instrumental sound produced in this way

  • any agreeable (pleasing and harmonious) sounds; "he fell asleep to the music of the wind chimes"

  • The art or science of combining vocal or instrumental sounds (or both) to produce beauty of form, harmony, and expression of emotion



me playing guitar and managing to take a photo somehow... ( G chord :P haha)

basketball. guitar. photography.

that's what i'm about.

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Free guitar music theory - Classical musical instrument.

Free Guitar Music Theory

free guitar music theory

    guitar music
  • The guitar is a plucked string instrument, usually played with fingers or a pick. The guitar consists of a body with a rigid neck to which the strings, generally six in number but sometimes more, are attached.

  • Guitar Music is a 1981 album by guitarist Leo Kottke. The album is all solo guitar played on a Gibson J-45 and a Lundberg-Martin 12-string.

  • An idea used to account for a situation or justify a course of action

  • a well-substantiated explanation of some aspect of the natural world; an organized system of accepted knowledge that applies in a variety of circumstances to explain a specific set of phenomena; "theories can incorporate facts and laws and tested hypotheses"; "true in fact and theory"

  • A set of principles on which the practice of an activity is based

  • hypothesis: a tentative insight into the natural world; a concept that is not yet verified but that if true would explain certain facts or phenomena; "a scientific hypothesis that survives experimental testing becomes a scientific theory"; "he proposed a fresh theory of alkalis that later was

  • A supposition or a system of ideas intended to explain something, esp. one based on general principles independent of the thing to be explained

  • a belief that can guide behavior; "the architect has a theory that more is less"; "they killed him on the theory that dead men tell no tales"

  • loose: without restraint; "cows in India are running loose"

  • With the sheets eased

  • Without cost or payment

  • grant freedom to; free from confinement

  • able to act at will; not hampered; not under compulsion or restraint; "free enterprise"; "a free port"; "a free country"; "I have an hour free"; "free will"; "free of racism"; "feel free to stay as long as you wish"; "a free choice"

Cecelia Lucas

Cecelia Lucas

My understanding of the Catholic faith is deeper and richer now that I am not a practicing member of the Church than it was during all those years I called the faith my own. Attending a Catholic grade school (with weekly Masses, stations of the cross during Lent, regular prayer services, and an ever-present awareness of God's love for us, "his" children) gave me a comfort and confidence I am sure I never would have received in a public school setting.

During those years of the 1980's, the "Renew" movement in the Church brought guitar masses and a brand of liturgy that was more organic, dynamic, and free. I remember attending neighborhood Bible studies; families in surrounding blocks would gather in a different home every week, with the adults gathering around the Bible and discussing not its "correct" interpretation, meant to be parroted and passed on from dogma through the grapevine of the hierarchy. No -- they talked about what that text meant in their lives, how it came alive for them and had meaning in their individual, modern worlds. I remember candles and prayers, a warm feeling that all was well, God was love, and God loved me.

Later years brought dynamic teen retreats, of which I could not get enough. My first was a must-do for Confirmation. But I went back, again and again, drawn by the music, life, and dynamic faith I experienced, mostly through the expression of my fellow young people and the adults who passionately served with us.

That I ended up at a Catholic university was not something I had felt I needed to do. But, looking back, had I not ended up where I did, my journey of faith could never have deepened and progressed to the point it did during those years. Lord, did I put my heart and head and faith through the ringer during those years. Questions of justice, peace, gender, and life's inevitable and substantive purpose peppered every experience, academic and not, that I had.

In a freshman year critical theory course, I discovered my weekly essays had unwittingly zeroed in on the topic of feminism; in choosing the readings upon which to reflect in my writing, I had again and again chosen those which allowed me to peer into and explicate my role as a woman in this world. In a sophomore year spring break trip, I found myself with world-renowned peace and non-violence activists, among whom were Phil Berrigan and Liz McAllister, throwing blood upon the Pentagon, and exploring the wisdom of Dorothy Day and the radical social teachings of Catholicism. These were teachings that seemed, to me, as if they had been swept under the rug. Why had I not been taught them before? Luminaries such as Oscar Romero, first explored in a Peace Studies course, came alive for me in experiences living and traveling in Central America, witnessing the gross social injustices which the Church's liberation theology had decried with such righteous indignation. I questioned and questioned and questioned the faith. I began to get real about my feelings, including admitting (which was hard for a "good" Catholic girl, at first) my anger at being denied the opportunity to fully serve and participate as a woman in the Church.

By the time I was graduating, I had decided I was done with the Catholic Church. No more did I want to explore, delve into, burnish my faith within its confines. I wanted to see what else was out there. The Truth which I was intuitively seeking seemed to echo within its chambers -- but I was, frustratingly, not finding its substance to grasp. Almost as unwittingly as in my other steps along the faith journey, yet somehow, surely, a part of a greater plan, I stumbled upon a spiritual path of the conscious practice of Christian Mysticism.

Those echoes within Catholicism of the great tradition of mysticism were embodied most fully in the luminous lives of its many saints -- Francis, John of the Cross, and Teresa of Avila chief among those. These ones had always inspired me. To find that I could be like them was almost overwhelmingly too good to be true. Even harder to believe was the presence of priests who were married and, yes, female. I could be a priest. I could fully serve. And not only that, I began to discover that Truth I had heard echoing -- only now, its resonances made life-changing, reality-transforming sense. As I learned from texts containing the great spiritual wisdom teachings of all times, spiritual realities known in the depths of Eastern and Western traditions -- but largely forgotten in the West -- I began to feel that that yearning, that longing for "something more" was finally being sated. Now the sacraments were not just outer forms. I knew and experienced their inner realities -- the science behind the spiritual expressions I was witnessing.

Once I had been ordained a priest, I fully understood what I was doing -- what was physically and spiritually happening -- when, by my word, the bread of earth was being transmuted into a

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Theory of a Deadman - Streetteam Work

Theory of a Deadman - Streetteam Work @ Houston TX - House of Blues

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I Saw The Light Mandolin : Musical Instrument Clarinet.

I Saw The Light Mandolin

i saw the light mandolin

  • A mandolin (mandolino) is a musical instrument in the lute family (plucked, or strummed). It descends from the mandore, a soprano member of the lute family.

  • A musical instrument resembling a lute, having paired metal strings plucked with a plectrum. It is played with a characteristic tremolo on long sustained notes

  • a stringed instrument related to the lute, usually played with a plectrum

  • A mandoline (, ) is a cooking utensil used for slicing and for cutting juliennes; with proper attachments, it can make crinkle-cuts. It consists of two parallel working surfaces, one of which can be adjusted in height.

  • Switch on (an electric light)

  • Become illuminated

  • (physics) electromagnetic radiation that can produce a visual sensation; "the light was filtered through a soft glass window"

  • Provide with light or lighting; illuminate

  • lightly: with few burdens; "experienced travellers travel light"

  • make lighter or brighter; "This lamp lightens the room a bit"

Shapes (of things to come)

Shapes (of things to come) George. He plays rhythm guitar, harmonica, and what is essentially an electric mandolin for The London Flush.

The London Flush is a great Yardbirds cover band out of Eugene. Sounds pretty limited, I know, but they put on a great show! The first time we saw them, John, the bass player, was doing a cool acoustic blues set to open the show. I'll never forget his rendition of "Love Potion No. 9."

How did I get to know these folks? Well...that goes back to high school and one of my first boyfriends, the incomparable Jimmy D. I had a great group of misfit friends in school, but the greatest and some of the closest were my boys, the boys from Barnstead, a town 25 minutes south of our regional high school, tuition students because their town had no official high school of its own. (Small town NH, what can I say.) Some of the best times of my life were spent in Barnstead. My husband was a Barnstead guy, introduced to me through my Barnstead boys. One of those boys was Jimmy. We called him Jim then. Tall, skinny, long black hair in a ponytail. I always loved the tall skinny guys with dark hair. Jimmy was sweet, soft spoken, but brilliant with a quick wit and keen ear for music. Jim played drums in a metal band then, I guess we all had a metal phase. And for a while we dated. He was always sweet and darling, except when I talked about going to prom with him he about choked on his cigarette in my bedroom and said, "proms suck." That was the end of that discussion, he still thinks proms suck, FYI, though he admits maybe he should have gone with me anyway. We've discussed it recently, I was officially his first girlfriend. Should Patrick dump my ass, Jimmy is my plan B. ( seriousness, I'm very fond of his girlfriend Maranda.)

We were out of touch for a number of years, Jimmy traveled about the country, grew dreadlocks down to his ass, grew a gigantic beard, learned woodworking and how to build custom cabinets, visited 46 states, followed Phish for a time I believe, and as so often happens...he landed in Eugene. I got married, lived an uneventful if not tragic life. A couple of years ago I was back in touch with my friend Amy, and we planned a weekend to Vegas. Turns out she was in touch with Jimmy, got us back in touch with each other.

We stayed up all night on the phone catching up more than once. Sadly, he couldn't come to Vegas with us, but when he was in NH for a visit that summer I threw a huge party in my backyard. By 4am we were all around a campfire in the firepit, beers and perhaps other things being shared, and a spontaneous drum circle erupted which is still the cause of great mirth for some of us. Jimmy was back in my life for good, it seemed.

And now on to Oregon...he and I made plans for me to come out and visit. I needed to start over, he loved it here, thought I might, too. He at the time was looking at moving to Portland to live with his girlfriend. Next thing I knew, life being what it is, instead of visiting Jimmy I was staying with Patrick. Long story short, I would have wound up in Oregon either way. But now I have two amazing men in my life here. My Patrick, and Jimmy.

Jimmy has long given up the hair metal, and now can be found strumming an acoustic guitar or even playing a concertina. But he still plays drums, and wound up in this killer little band out of Eugene with four other hilarious, talented, interesting, entertaining guys. I travel to Calapooia Brewing in Albany about once a month to see them.

Calapooia has yet to serve me a beer I wouldn't drink PITCHERS of, AND they have mini corn dogs and tater tots on the menu. The place ROCKS. London Flush puts on one hell of a show. And some time this summer, Patrick and I are packing the dogs in the car, driving to Eugene, visiting the Raptor Rehab Center, and then partying all night with the band, before we crash at Jimmy's and then do bbq lunch the next day at a place that serves Kool Aid in mason jars.

Life here in Oregon is becoming quite excellent for me. And nights out like this past Saturday, shooting the band, seeing a friend I've known now for more than half my life (seriously, 16 years now), and amazing local beer? ROCK ON.

And go see London Flush!

Talented blue grass band

Talented blue grass band

Flat top guitar, mandolin and the lady on a the far left with a voice straight from West Virginia. Excellent Blue Grass. Some watched from the bleachers; some brought folding chairs; others sat on the park lawn under the protection of a big old cottonwood tree.

Our first stop in Weiser was near the city center where a stage was set up in a grassy park, craft and food vendors, lined the south end. We roamed the fiddlers' village for quite awhile before finding our way out to the Weiser High School gym where the fiddling was was going on. We were treated to some excellent music and talent sitting under a large cottonwood tree when a little rain moved through.


June 23 -25, 2010 My wife and I decided to attend the annual fiddlers’ contest in Weiser, Idaho. In the spirit of the “journey” can many times be as enjoyable or more than the “destination”, we decided to take a looping “road trip” to and from the Weiser fiddler’s festival.

Day one we traveled “back roads” to Wendover campground along the Lochsa River on Lolo Pass (the Idaho side). We camped in the back of our pickup truck and really enjoyed our stay. A nice camp host (Bill from Lewiston, Idaho), dropped by and donated a few dry white pine firewood logs to our camp. We returned the nice gesture by dropping some “camp” raspberry and chocolate muffins by for them. Nice people.

Day two we left camp early and backtracked a bit to the trailhead for some nice hot springs. We arrived early and crossed the Lochsa on the pack trail bridge and took the quiet lovely hike up Warm Springs Creek to two large hot springs pool (1.5 mile hike).

We passed the hotter lower pool and settled into the upper “bath warm” clear, sandy bottom hot springs pool. A couple of deer, visiting the area for the minerals in the soil in the area, were our only company.

After our relaxing hot springs soak we hiked out, drove over Lolo Pass. We drove the Salmon, Challis, Stanley, Lowman route and finished the day by getting a cabin for the night.

Day three we drove down the Payette River drainage and over to Weiser, Idaho. We really had a lot of fun at the fiddlers’ festival. We walked, watched blue grass, country singers, and then out to the Weiser High School gym to watch the Grand National Round 2 competition. We got to see 18 of some of the best fiddlers you would ever want to hear play. One of the best, who has won the event several times and I had seen perform on a PBS television show, was a finalist as was his sister.

We watched all 18 compete and my wife enjoyed a bowl of strawberries they were selling at the concession stand at the high school. I LOVE fiddle music and this was the first time I had attended the Weiser competition. I didn’t know quite what to expect, but it was very “audience friendly”. The judges sit in a different room so they don’t see the fiddlers they are judging, nor do they know the name of the fiddler.

After the round 2 competition we watched some of the “young adult” competition, and then we returned to the city center fiddlers’ village venue, to eat a “light” dinner (I went for a BBQ pork sandwich and baked beans).

We left Weiser and crossed below the Brownlee dam, intending to drive up Forest Service road 59 and camp on the upper Imnaha River and drive home via Joseph, Oregon the next day. Driving up Pine Creek in the direction of Halfway, Oregon we could see the evidence of a massive flash flood in the area, so when we arrived FR 59 and saw the “road closed” sign, we weren’t completely shocked.

When we stopped for a short while in Halfway, Oregon a lady showed me aerial photos of the six or so major road washouts caused by the flooding in the area this year. It might take them awhile to open the road again.

Accepting the “change in plans” we drove to Baker City, got on the interstate and headed on home. Fun times…once again.

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Popular Songs For Clarinet

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    popular songs
  • Popular music belongs to any of a number of musical genres "having wide appeal" Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged 6th Edition 2003. and is typically distributed to large audiences through the music industry.

  • Popular Songs is the twelfth full-length album by Hoboken-based rock band Yo La Tengo, released digitally, on CD, and double LP on September 8, 2009. It is their 7th album released on Matador and the eighth album to be given Matador's Buy Early Get Now treatment.

  • (Popular (song)) "Popular" is a song from the Tony Award-winning musical Wicked. It is performed by the Broadway company's original Glinda, Kristin Chenoweth on the original Broadway cast recording.

  • A woodwind instrument with a single-reed mouthpiece, a cylindrical tube of dark wood with a flared end, and holes stopped by keys. The most common forms are tuned in B flat, A, and E flat

  • An organ stop with a tone resembling that of a clarinet

  • a single-reed instrument with a straight tube

  • (clarinetist) a musician who plays the clarinet

  • The clarinet is a musical instrument that is a part of the woodwind family. The name derives from adding the suffix -et (meaning little) to the Italian word clarino (meaning a type of trumpet), as the first clarinets had a strident tone similar to that of a trumpet.

Nino Ferrer

Nino Ferrer

French postcard by Publistar/Riviera, no. 1426. Photo: Gerard Bousquet.

French-Italian singer, jazz musician and actor Nino Ferrer (1934 - 1998) was an immensely popular pop star during the second half of the 1960’s. L'homme a tout faire (The Jack of all Trades) also appeared in seven films.

Nino Ferrer was born Nino Agostino Arturo Maria Ferrari in Genoa, Italy, in 1934. He had an Italian father and a French mother. A considerable part of his preteen years was spent under the stress of World War II, but Nino himself later declared having had a pleasant childhood in a bourgeois, art-loving family. His father worked as an engineer in a nickel mine in New Caledonia. On holiday in France in 1939, Nino and his mother were unable to leave Europe because of the World War II. While his father carried on working in New Caledonia, they spent difficult years stuck and penniless in Italy, where Nino’s mother was considered the wife of an enemy. In 1947, the family, re-united and moved to France. Nino was sent to the best colleges in Paris and earned a degree in ethnology and prehistoric archaeology. As a student, much of his free time was spent on archaeological digs and his first job was at the Musee de l'Homme with Andre Leroi-Gourhan. Alongside his passion for history, he developed numerous other interests. He became a keen painter, and remained so until his death. Above all, he learned to play several instruments (piano, guitar, clarinet, trombone and trumpet) and composed, wrote lyrics and became a fervent jazz lover. When he finished his studies, his grandmother offered him a trip to New Caledonia, a gift he took advantage of by going round the world on a cargo ship. On his return to Paris, he tried several jobs. Starting out as a hired hand in the capital's jazz circles, he was employed by bandleader Richard Bennett and later worked for American singer Nancy Holloway. He also continued to write gospel-inspired songs which received only refusals from most of the record companies. Hearing Otis Redding and Sam Cooke for the first time was a musical revelation and transformed his writing style. Although already spotted by the Barclay record label, he had to wait until 1963 to record his first release, Pour oublier qu’on s’est aime. He was 29, whereas most of the young stars of the time were hardly 20. It was a four-track EP, written in a fairly classical vein, and did not sell well in France. However, one of the tracks, C'est Irreparable, was a hit in some European countries, in Japan and even in the Middle East. The song was picked up by Italian Mina as Un anno d'amore, hitting #1 of the Italian singles chart. Having left Barclay for a small label, Bel Air, Nino Ferrer was still unknown in France. In 1964, he started a gospel group, Reverend Nino and the Jubilees, but it broke up before recording anything worth being released. He had small parts in two policiers starring hard-boiled Eddie Constantine, Laissez tirer les tireurs/Let the Marksman Fire (1964, Guy Lefranc) and Ces dames s'en melent/These ladies get involved in it (1965, Raoul Andre), and he also went on to bring out several solo singles, but all without any success.

After so many lean years, Nino Ferrer’s big break came unexpectedly in 1965 when he returned to Barclay, who gave him the chance to record his new material. After a few unsuccessful trials, a new artistic director, Richard Bennett, gave Nino free rein to record his compositions as he wanted. And so Nino Ferrer recorded Mirza, an effective cocktail of rhythm ‘n’ blues and caustic lyrics. The song was immediately a huge hit. His record company called for more songs in the same vein. His records sold very well and overnight the he became an idol. Now the zany singer in vogue, he followed Mirza up with Les Cornichons and Oh! He! Hein! Bon. Although he was now very popular, his success was founded on material with which he never felt really comfortable. Nevertheless, hit followed hit and he lived his new life as a star at breakneck rhythm. In 1966, he gave 195 live performances and made nearly thirty TV appearances. As an actor he appeared in the TV film Palpitations (1966, Marcel Moussy). He soon grew tired of his deliberately blase and provocative seducer image of which people compared to Jacques Dutronc. In 1966 he released Le Telefon, another hit to which people are still dancing years later. He left Paris for Italy where, at the same time, his song Je veux etre noir, was a success of an entirely different kind. Smothered by his own success, Nino stayed about three years in Italy, from 1967 to 1970. In France, his releases continued to sell well. His lyrics became increasingly iconoclastic, even politicized, while remaining just as sarcastic or even cynical. In 1967, he brought out Mao et Moa and Mon copain Bismarck and in 1968, le Roi d’Angleterre, with biting lyrics echoing his irritation with show business and society in general. Around this time, Nino hired a young orga

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The Love Song
Artist Rockwell, Norman
nationality American
birth-death 1894-1978
Creation date 1926
Materials oil on canvas
Dimensions 38 3/8 x 42 7/8 in. 42 3/8 x 47 1/8 in. (framed)
Location Art of the American West Gallery
Credit line Gift of Anne G. Blackman and Sidney W. Blackman in memory of Freeman E. Hertzel
Accession number 1997.151
Gallery Label

Love Song presents the artist's major theme, the different stages of life. Here, a young girl wistfully listens to music played by two elderly men. The painting's title is printed on the music sheet. An old map sests rural America.

Rockwell, America's premiere illustrator, created more than 300 Saturday Evening Post covers, capturing the daily lives of average Americans.
Indianapolis Museum of Art: Highlights of the Collection (2005)

Norman Rockwell's Love Song, which was reproduced as an illustration in the December 1926 issue of Ladies Home Journal, presents one of this popular artist's major themes: youth contrasted with old age. A young girl listens wistfully as two elderly men play the flute and the clarinet. Leaning against the metronome is a music sheet indicating the tune's-and the painting's-title, "The Love Song." Rockwell, an avid collector of antique maps, added an old map to the scene, enhancing its quaint setting.

Rockwell was born in New York City and trained at the Chase School of Art, the National Academy of Design, and the Art Students League. In 1910, he set up a studio in New Rochelle, New York, the home of such famous illustrators as J.C. Leyendecker and his brother Frank, and Howard Chandler Christy. Rockwell was a young man of thirty-two when he was commissioned to paint The Love Song, yet he had already been designing cover illustrations for the Saturday Evening Post for a decade. Between 1916 and 1961, Rockwell illustrated more than three hundred covers for that magazine alone. He produced some of the most recognizable images in American art, always treating his subjects-"average" Americans in everyday situations-with warmth and humor. In his later years, Rockwell became more political. His 1965 illustration The Problem We All Live With dealt with segregated education in the United States.

Maybe . . . I unconsciously decided that, even if it wasn't an ideal world, it should be and so [I] painted only the ideal aspects of it.
-Norman Rockwell, 1960

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Sax Off 5th Avenue : Music For A Clarinet : Saxophone Overhaul.

Sax Off 5th Avenue

sax off 5th avenue

    5th avenue
  • The 5th Avenue candy bar is a crunchy peanut butter bar with a chocolate coating made by Hershey's. It was introduced in 1936 by William H. Luden, founder of Luden's cough drops.

  • 5th Avenue is the fifth studio album of Christina Aguilar - a popular Thai artist. 5th Avenue represented her fifth studio album and also the 5th Avenue in New York. In this album, Christina has changed her appearance, she looked younger like a teenager.

  • Fifth Avenue/59th Street is a station on the BMT Broadway Line of the New York City Subway. Located at the intersection of Fifth Avenue and 59th Street in Manhattan, it is served by the N train at all times, the R train at all times except late nights and the Q train weekdays.

  • a single-reed woodwind with a conical bore

  • SAX (abbr. from Slovensky akciovy index; in Slovak: Slovak Share Index) is the official stock index of the Bratislava Stock Exchange.

  • a Belgian maker of musical instruments who invented the saxophone (1814-1894)

  • A saxophone

5th Avenue Anchorage, Alaska

5th Avenue Anchorage, Alaska

"looking west on 5th avenue."
Must be shortly before the 1964 earthquake, as the new Penneys is still there, and there appears to be a new-for-'64 red Plymouth Barracuda parked in front of the Penneys.

5th Avenue, New York

5th Avenue, New York

5th Avenue from on top of the Empire State Building

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Jupiter saxophones. Saxophones yamaha

Jupiter Saxophones

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  • A member of a family of metal wind instruments with a single-reed mouthpiece, used esp. in jazz and dance music

  • (saxophone) sax: a single-reed woodwind with a conical bore

  • The saxophone (also referred to as the sax) is a conical-bored transposing musical instrument that is a member of the woodwind family. Saxophones are usually made of brass and played with a single-reed mouthpiece similar to that of the clarinet.

  • (saxophonist) a musician who plays the saxophone

  • The chief god of the Roman state religion, originally a sky god associated with thunder and lightning. His wife was Juno

  • Planets in astrology have a meaning different from the modern astronomical understanding of what a planet is.

  • The largest planet in the solar system, a gas giant that is the fifth in order from the sun and one of the brightest objects in the night sky

  • the largest planet and the 5th from the sun; has many satellites and is one of the brightest objects in the night sky

  • (Roman mythology) supreme god of Romans; counterpart of Greek Zeus

Jupiter XO Tenor Saxophone 2089GL

Jupiter XO Tenor Saxophone 2089GL

• Hand-Hammered and Rose Brass Necks
• XO Series Hard Rubber Mouthpiece
• Rovner® EVO-5 Ligature
• Partially ribbed construction
• Gold-lacquered keys
• Hand-hammered and engraved bell
• Tilting G# - Bb table keys
• Blued steel springs
• Metal tone boosters



I went to a Jupiters concert the other day, my cousin is their drummer and he asked me to take some photographs of them in action. This was one of my favorites.

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Music Without Guitar

music without guitar

  • (guitarist) a musician who plays the guitar

  • A stringed musical instrument with a fretted fingerboard, typically incurved sides, and six or twelve strings, played by plucking or strumming with the fingers or a plectrum

  • a stringed instrument usually having six strings; played by strumming or plucking

  • The guitar is a plucked string instrument, usually played with fingers or a pick. The guitar consists of a body with a rigid neck to which the strings, generally six in number but sometimes more, are attached.

  • The art or science of combining vocal or instrumental sounds (or both) to produce beauty of form, harmony, and expression of emotion

  • any agreeable (pleasing and harmonious) sounds; "he fell asleep to the music of the wind chimes"

  • The vocal or instrumental sound produced in this way

  • A sound perceived as pleasingly harmonious

  • musical activity (singing or whistling etc.); "his music was his central interest"

  • an artistic form of auditory communication incorporating instrumental or vocal tones in a structured and continuous manner



looking forward to taking some more pics in better light and more room than my kitchen floor! lol!

lyrics courtesy of Joss Stone...

No limit to your mind
Your endless love is open
To every race and kind
Could it be your blood runs golden
Baby if this world were mine
We would be singing in the Key of Life
When you're gone I can't survive
Cause I just can't be without

Music The Universal Language

Music The Universal Language

Guitar player and singer on then 3rd. street promenade in Santa Monica.


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Parker Fly Mojo Midi Electric Guitar

parker fly mojo midi electric guitar

    electric guitar
  • A guitar with a built-in pickup or pickups that convert sound vibrations into electrical signals for amplification

  • a guitar whose sound is amplified by electrical means

  • An electric guitar is a guitar that uses the principle of electromagnetic induction to convert vibrations of its strings into electric signals. Since the generated signal is too weak to drive a loudspeaker, it is amplified before sending it to a loudspeaker.

  • "Electric Guitar" is the seventh single by the English electronic music band Fluke. Taken from the album, Six Wheels on My Wagon the track was released in many formats but did not generate the same amount of interest as the previous single, Slid.

    parker fly
  • The Parker Fly is a type of electric guitar built by Parker Guitars. It was designed by Ken Parker and Larry Fishman, and first produced in 1993. The Fly is unique among electric guitars in the way it uses composite materials. It is notable for its light weight (4.5 lb; 2.0 kg) and resonance.

  • A magic charm, talisman, or spell

  • Mojo! is a 2003 video game released exclusively for Playstation 2 and Xbox. The player controls a marble through a series of traps in order to break all of the colored blocks in a level.

  • a magic power or magic spell

  • Mojo is an Australian advertising agency formed by Alan "Mo" Morris with Allan "Jo" Johnston in 1979.

  • Magic power

  • used of women's clothing having a hemline at mid-calf; "midiskirts"; "wore her dresses midi length"

  • musical instrument digital interface: a standard protocol for communication between electronic musical instruments and computers

  • Short for midiskirt, a skirt that ends at the middle of the calf

  • the southern part of France

Parker Fly Bass #2

Parker Fly Bass #2

I quit one band and joined another just so I could play this bass in public!

Parker Fly Bass

Parker Fly Bass

Getting ready to play with Caterwaul at the Tiburon in Minneapolis

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Simba Alto Saxophone - Electric Guitars Beginners.

Simba Alto Saxophone

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    alto saxophone
  • (alto saxophonist) a musician who plays the alto saxophone

  • A musical instrument that either plays very loud or not at all between squeaks.

  • The alto saxophone is a member of the saxophone family of woodwind instruments invented by Belgian instrument designer Adolphe Sax in 1841. It is smaller than the tenor but larger than the soprano, and is the type most used in classical compositions.

  • Simba is a lion character and the protagonist of Disney's most successful animated feature film, The Lion King. He is the son of Mufasa and Sarabi, nephew of Scar, mate of Nala and father of Kiara. His name is Swahili for lion.

  • The Simba is a wheeled armoured personnel carrier. It was designed by GKN Sangkey (now part of BAE Systems Land and Armaments) and is currently in service with the Philippine Army. A total of 150 were ordered by the Philippine Army and most of them were assembled locally from kits provided by GKN.

  • Simba is a 1955 British drama film directed by Brian Desmond Hurst and starring Dirk Bogarde, Donald Sinden, Virginia McKenna and Basil Sydney. A British family living in East Africa become embroiled in the Mau Mau Uprising.

...Goodbye Simba

...Goodbye Simba

Tonight my cat Simba has died at the age of 14 for a rare panchreas disease. I want to say him goodbye, he was a wonderful and strong cat and I'll remember him forever as in this shot. Ciao....

[...] The wireless telegraph is not difficult to understand. The ordinary telegraph is like a very long cat. You pull the tail in New York, and it meows in Los Angeles. The wireless is the same, only without the cat [...]
-- Quote by Albert Einstein

My wonderful cat, Rome Italy (July, 2004)



Simba sits on my lage in front of
the wall of old family photos. 1-25-09

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Saxophone Scales Pdf - Yamaha Custom Tenor Sax.

Saxophone Scales Pdf

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  • The saxophone (also referred to as the sax) is a conical-bored transposing musical instrument that is a member of the woodwind family. Saxophones are usually made of brass and played with a single-reed mouthpiece similar to that of the clarinet.

  • A member of a family of metal wind instruments with a single-reed mouthpiece, used esp. in jazz and dance music

  • sax: a single-reed woodwind with a conical bore

  • (saxophonist) a musician who plays the saxophone

  • (scale) pattern, make, regulate, set, measure, or estimate according to some rate or standard

  • Weigh a specified weight

  • (scale) measure by or as if by a scale; "This bike scales only 25 pounds"

  • (scale) an ordered reference standard; "judging on a scale of 1 to 10"

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Scale 1

Scale 1

This old scale has been sitting around our house for years. I think my wife got it as a wedding present some 12 years ago. There's not telling how old it really is. We always liked the rust patina and thought it would be a good subject to photograph, but have never gotten around to it before.

Tonight I had to take something of value. It has been about a week and a half since I've taken anything of note.

For this shot, I had one light on level with the face of the scale and to the right of the image. I had my handy-dandy black backdrop behind and underexposed.

Only post-processing in Photoshop was an adjustment layer for contrast, set to 45% opacity (no adjustment in the dialog box) and resizing.

Please critique honestly,

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Used Clarinet. Classical Guitar Chord. Cecilio Saxophone Review.

Used Clarinet

used clarinet

  • (clarinetist) a musician who plays the clarinet

  • The clarinet is a musical instrument that is a part of the woodwind family. The name derives from adding the suffix -et (meaning little) to the Italian word clarino (meaning a type of trumpet), as the first clarinets had a strident tone similar to that of a trumpet.

  • An organ stop with a tone resembling that of a clarinet

  • A woodwind instrument with a single-reed mouthpiece, a cylindrical tube of dark wood with a flared end, and holes stopped by keys. The most common forms are tuned in B flat, A, and E flat

  • a single-reed instrument with a straight tube

Clarinet Player Merridith Huffty

Clarinet Player Merridith Huffty

Providing for the formal education of its youth has been important to the citizens of Nacogdoches since the first European settlers arrived in the area. Beginning during the Spanish Colonial period, the recorded history of the town is filled with references about the need for and the establishment of schools. It was not until June 10, 1903, however, that the Nacogdoches Independent School District and Nacogdoches High School had their beginnings.

Nacogdoches - the oldest town in Texas - is named for the Caddo family of Indians who once lived in the area. There is a legend that tells of an old Caddo chief who lived near the Sabine River and had twin sons. When the sons grew to manhood and were ready to become leaders of their own tribes, the father sent one brother three days eastward toward the rising sun. The other brother was sent three days toward the setting sun.

The twin who settled three days toward the setting sun was Nacogdoches. The other brother, Natchitoches, settled three days to the east in Louisiana. The two brothers remained friendly and the road between the two communities was well traveled. This road became a trade route and the eastern end of the El Camino Real.

Nacogdoches remained a Caddo Indian settlement until 1716 when Spain established a mission here, Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe de los Nacogdoches. That was the first European activity in the area, but a mission was not a town - it was a church. The "town" of Nacogdoches got started after Spaniards decided that the French were no longer a threat and maintaining the mission was too costly. So, in 1772 they ordered all settlers in the area to move to San Antonio. Some were eager to escape the wilderness, but others had to be forced from their homes by soldiers.

Antonio Gil Y'Barbo, a prominent Spanish trader, emerged as the leader of the settlers, and in the spring of 1779, he led a group back to Nacogdoches. Later that summer, Nacogdoches received designation from Mexico as a pueblo, or town, thereby making it the first "town" in Texas. Y'Barbo was named Lt. Governor of the new town and he established the rules and laws under which the city was governed. He laid out streets with the intersecting El Camino Real and El Calle del Norte as his central point. On the main thoroughfare he built a stone house for use in his trading business. The house, or Old Stone Fort as it's called today, became a gateway from the United States to the vast Texas frontier.

But Nacogdoches' role in Texas history was just beginning. Over the next four decades, Nacogdoches and the Old Stone Fort became the site of three failed attempts to establish a Republic of Texas - the Magee-Gutierrez (1812), Long (1819) and Fredonia (1826) rebellions. Thus, nine flags have flown over Nacogdoches as opposed to the six that have flown over Texas.

Today, Nacogdoches is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Texas. People come here to discover the town's historic past and to enjoy its slow-paced and relaxing atmosphere.

Manoe Konings (Clarinet, Saxaphone, Whistleblower, Gord Shaker, Guitar, & Bagpipes) 29 Oct 2009; Melbourne, Australia

Manoe Konings (Clarinet, Saxaphone, Whistleblower, Gord Shaker, Guitar, & Bagpipes) 29 Oct 2009; Melbourne, Australia

I have permission to publish this photo which was taken by Tess Zagorski in Melbourne, Australia at Rod Laver Arena on 29 Oct 2009

Manoe playing the bagpipes, just one of the many, many musical instruments she plays

I believe this is the largest, high resolution photo of Manoe on the internet. Look above & click on All Sizes, then click on Original. You will now need to use the horizontal & vertical scroll bars to see all of Manoe, which is larger than life

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