A Pictorial History of Civil War Era Musical Instruments and by Robert Garofalo, Mark Elrod

By Robert Garofalo, Mark Elrod

;A Pictorial heritage of Civil battle period Musical tools and army Bands КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Издательство: Pictorial Histories PublishingАвтор: Robert Garofalo, Mark ElrodЯзык: EnglishГод издания: 1993Количество страниц: 126ISBN: 0-933126-60-3Формат: pdfРазмер: 129,0 mbMany, many images of of Civil warfare tools RAPID1 RAPID2или IFOLDER1 IFOLDER2 zero

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I remember her wearing white ankle socks and saddle shoes. We were good friends and she reminded me of that rooming house when I met her a few years ago, after hearing Martin Taylor play. She was playing the piano back in those days, but it was much later that she developed into such a celebrated chanteuse, accompanying herself tastefully – her playing was always tasteful. But I remember her simply as a young girl, like the rest of us fresh New York residents. The rooming place (later known as the Hevro) was huge.

Gratifying, really. I had rst met him when I was in Noah Wulfe’s bass shop on West 49th Street. I was trying out some basses, having learned to play both parts at once of the rst half of a Bach two-part invention. ” and that’s how we met. We became friends until his death in January 1979. So I had this technical advantage, stemming from my early days with James Merrett, but many bass players were far ahead of me in their conception. And what I desired was to develop that kind of conception.

2 my early experiences of new york jazz 27 3 living in new york – working with lennie in the early days A year and a half after that memorable rst visit to New York, I took my last outward voyage from Southampton – this time as an emigrant, arriving in New York on April 29, 1951. With today’s world travel such a journey is virtually an everyday event. We can travel to anywhere in the world within twenty-four hours and Europe and New York were, until recently, less than four hours’ ying time apart by Concorde.

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