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Malcolm Gladwell Teaches Writing | Official Trailer
 
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Learn more about Malcolm Gladwell Teaches Writing: https://www.masterclass.com/mg In his first-ever online class, best-selling author Malcolm Gladwell teaches you how to transform big ideas into simple, powerful narratives. Known for his nonfiction writing that captivates readers, Malcolm has been a staff writer at the New Yorker for over two decades and has authored five New York Times Best Sellers: The Tipping Point, Blink, Outliers, What the Dog Saw, and David and Goliath. Malcolm’s unique style of making unexpected connections across ordinary ideas has compelled millions of readers to devour complex topics like behavioral economics and performance prediction. In his MasterClass, Malcolm shares the research and writing techniques that have made him a prolific nonfiction writer and master storyteller. You’ll learn his approach to finding ideas in unusual places, structuring compelling narratives, and keeping readers engaged through every detail—including the art of the title and the role of semicolons. He also shares career tips for writers amassed over years in the industry—dealing with bad reviews, differentiating yourself as a writer, and identifying your own strengths and weaknesses as a writer. "Writing has a higher purpose. It's part of the way in which we fulfill ourselves as human beings, both in the words that we write and the words that we read,” says Malcolm. "This class is a chance for me to reflect on my career and share the insights I've gleaned in a form that my students can use." In this online writing class, you’ll learn about: Research Developing the story Titles Drafts and revisions Writing about big ideas Profiles and interview subjects Crafting compelling characters Presenting data to readers in an interesting way Differentiating yourself as a professional writer More from MasterClass: Bob Woodward Teaches Journalism: https://www.masterclass.com/bw Aaron Sorkin Teaches Screenwriting: https://www.masterclass.com/as James Patterson Teaches Writing: https://www.masterclass.com/jp Judy Blume Teaches Writing: https://www.masterclass.com/jbl Shonda Rhimes Teaches Screenwriting: https://www.masterclass.com/sr Unlock every class for a full year with the MasterClass All-Access Pass. Try risk-free for 30 days: https://www.masterclass.com/all-access-pass Subscribe to the MasterClass channel on YouTube to get first access to exclusive content and new class announcements. About MasterClass MasterClass was founded on the idea that everyone should have "access to genius." The premier online education platform provides affordable, engaging, and inspirational online classes taught by world-renowned instructors, making it possible for anyone to learn from the best.
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A Conversation with Mark Hancock
 
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The Third Wave was a classroom experiment by a young teacher Mr. Ron Jones in the early spring of 1967. What began as a role-playing to look inside Fascism went out of control, and the experiment lasted only 5-8 school days. A documentary was made about The Third Wave, named Lesson Plan. On February 12th, Mark Hancock, who is the associate producer of Lesson Plan and one of the original Third Wave students, visited UVic for the screening of Lesson Plan and a thought-provoking conversation about ethics. The event was attended by students from Reynolds Secondary School, Victoria High School, and Mt. Douglas Secondary School. It was sponsored by Department of Germanic and Slavic Studies and European Union through the EU Centre of Excellence Grant. For more information, please see: http://www.thewavehome.com/visits.htm http://www.thewavehome.com http://www.lessonplanmovie.com http://www.ronjoneswriter.com
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Music Lessons and instructional books from musician/educator Carlos Campos
 
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Online Music Lessons with Carlos Campos I have been teaching music for almost 25 years to students from all around the globe. I taught for three years at Berklee College of Music, one semester at New England Conservatory, fifteen years at the Musicians Institute in Hollywood and for eight years at the Cornel School of Contemporary Music. I earned a Bachelor of Music from Berklee, a Masters of Music from New England Conservatory and an Honorary Doctorate of Music Arts from Shepherd University. Some of the teachers I studied with include Edgar Valcarcel, William Thomas McKinley, Herb Pomeroy, Ran Blake, Anthony D’Bonaventura, Stephanie Tiernan, James Williams and others. I have written books on Latin Jazz, Afro-Latin Piano, Ear Training and Solfege, Keyboard Voicings, Keyboard Technique, Contemporary Improvisation and other music subjects. I have also worked as a producer, music arranger, songwriter and keyboardist in Los Angeles and the Boston area. I enjoy teaching students of all ages, music levels and interest. My students range from beginners to very advanced. Their interest ranging from jazz piano, songwriting, ear training, afro-latin styles, composition, contemporary music theory, arranging and scoring. I am always writing and developing new music material for all my students, both private and for school. Here is a list of the subjects that I teach to my students: Keyboard • Jazz Piano • Afro-Latin Piano Styles • Latin-Jazz Piano • Contemporary Keyboard Technique • Contemporary Voicings • Keyboard Harmony and Chord Progressions • Improvisation and Melodic Development Theory and Musicianship • Ear Training and Solfege • Jazz Theory • Chord Scale Harmony • Reharmonization Techniques Writing • Composition • Songwriting • Arranging • MIDI Mockups Online Private Lessons The lessons are private and done via Skype. The duration of the lesson is one hour or 60 minutes. I live in Los Angeles (California), Pacific Standard Time (PST), we can plan around a time that works best for both of us. If you have to cancel a lesson, let me know ahead of time and the lesson can be easily rescheduled. * Las clases pueden ser en Inglés ó Español Testimonials Carlos Campos is an educator without peer. His innovative teaching empowers students to achieve their creative dreams. —Daniel Walker Ph.D. (Award Wining Composer) I want to recommend Dr. Carlos Campos as one of the most inspiring teachers of music I have ever known. Do you truly want to learn music and enjoy the process of learning and working hard? Then, there is no one better, because he is a born teacher who specializes in knowing how to teach and enthuse the student to fall in love with learning the art of making music. It has been my honor to work alongside professor Campos. Dr. Abraham Laboriel Sr.(Professional Bassist with Stevie Wonder, Al Jarreau, George Benson, Barbra Streisand, Billy Cobham, Dolly Parton, Donald Fagen, Elton John, Freddie Hubbard, Herb Alpert, Herbie Hancock, Larry Carlton, Lee Ritenour, Madonna, Michael Jackson, Nathan Davis, Paul Jackson Jr., Paul Simon, Quincy Jones and Ray Charles to name a few). Dr Carlos Campos is the kind of music educator that I would loved to have had when I was starting out! Not only is he brilliant in music theory and analysis, but his passion and insight into creativity is highly contagious! His mentorship in music inspires musicians to be well developed in their skills and excited about their own personal journey of discovery. —Caleb Quaye (Professional Guitarist with Elton John, Mick Jagger, Pete Townshend, Paul McCartney, Hall & Oates, Shawn Phillips and many others) I have worked with Carlos Campos for many years, both in the areas of music education and production. As an educator, Dr. Campos can guide you through most areas of your music making; but most importantly, Dr. Campos will light your soul with inspiration, and infuse in you the drive to grow and to reach your full potential as a musician and as a complete human being. -Dr. Daniel Indart (Owner, Indart Music, LMS Records; Composer for Dexter, The Sopranos, Mozart In The Jungle, Dance With Me, NCIS, Our Brand Is Crisis, House Of Cards and Orange Is The New Black) I have known Carlos for many years. He is an extremely talented musician with a unique approach to teaching piano, composition, ear training and other musical subjects. Carlos is a professional who understands the steps it takes in becoming a great player and writer. I would highly recommend studying with him.
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Master class Bernard Purdie à Paris le 13/05/2013
 
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Bernard Purdie est un Géant! Né en 1939 dans le Maryland il est le batteur qui enregistré avec le plus d'artistes célèbres au monde! La liste est presque interminable et pour n'en citer qu'une partieen voici quelques-uns : Louis Armstrong, Nina Simone, James Brown, Aretha Franklin, Ray Charles, Cat Stevens, Quincy Jones, Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock, John Lee Hooker, Roberta Flack, B.B. King, Bob Marley, Peter Paul and Mary, Joe Cocker, Richard Groove Holmes, Stéphane Grappelli, Jimmy Smith, Bill Doggett, The Coasters, Ester Phillips, King Curtis, Tom Jones, Stefan Patry etc. Il est considéré comme le père du rythme Funk à la batterie par l'influence qu'il a eu dans des enregistrements de James Brown comme "Ain't that a groove". On peut dire qu'il le batteur qui à eu le plus marqué l'évolution de la musique rythmique des cinquante dernières années à travers le style qu'il a créé, le "Purdie Shuffle". Il a également influencé l'Acid Jazz et par extension le Hip Hop. Venu à Paris pour une série de concerts au "Méridien jazz Club Etoile" en compagnie de l'organiste Stefan Patry il a, le dernier jour de son séjour à Paris donné au Studio des Gobelins, siège de l'association TTH, un "Master Class" à de jeunes batteurs toujours friand des conseils d'un tel maitre, véritable légende vivante. Comme tous les très grands Bernard "Pretty" Purdie n'est fait que de modestie, de gentillesse, d'humour et de simplicité. Une leçon à prendre pour beaucoup...
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Michael Brecker Interview - December 17,1999 - Birdland
 
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The Saxophone Summit played Birdland for three nights, just before the 20th century ended. Michael Brecker, Dave Liebman and Joe Lovano did a live webcast over the Global Music Network on the third night of the engagement. In between sets, Bret Primack interviewed Michael Brecker. Michael Brecker, the Philadelphia-born saxophonist star could hurl out more notes faster than almost all of his fellow-practitioners, but his 11 Grammy awards, devoted worldwide audience and status among musicians everywhere testified to artistic strengths that went far beyond technique. He was a composer, bandleader and improviser whose solo career started late, after years as a sideman and session-player; but in the two decades after he made his leadership debut, he became the most emulated jazz saxophonist on the planet after John Coltrane. Brecker was held in such awe by students, commentators and players alike that the thought of his exit will be hard for many to comprehend. A reserved, private and undemonstrative man, who made light of his talent - he was so indifferent to onstage histrionics that he would play the most high-energy solos with almost nothing visibly moving but his fingers - Brecker inspired enduring loyalties for his modesty as much as his influence. He also inspired confidence in the most demanding of artists that his presence would make even their best work sound better. Those who hired him in his pre-leadership days included Frank Sinatra, John Lennon and Yoko Ono, Steely Dan, Frank Zappa, Bruce Springsteen, Joni Mitchell, Charles Mingus and Jaco Pastorius. Brecker combined the striving energy, technical ambition and sophisticated harmonic sense of Coltrane - his first and biggest inspiration - with a soulful bluesiness that allowed him to drop easily into the earthiest of blues, rock or funk bands. In his prime, he could sustain an unaccompanied one-man show by sounding like several sax players, and even parts of a rhythm section, all at the same time. But if he could tingle the spine with Coltranesque split-note wails that took the tenor sax way above its regular range as well as transforming it into a chordal instrument, he could be tender with slow music, as his performance of Every Day I Thank You on guitarist Pat Metheny's 80/81 album confirms. Self-revelatory emotions were not perhaps his style, in the way they were Coltrane's. But, playing in New York in the week following 9/11, Brecker told me: "I maybe felt in touch with the true purposes of music in a way I never had been before - as a hearing, transporting, unifying force." He seemed to tune into both his inner voices and the wider possibilities of his art increasingly in later years; that journey ends with an as yet unnamed new album completed just two weeks ago. One of the group's album titles, Heavy Metal Bebop, aptly described the style. Michael's spiky, chromatically dense improvising style developed in this period - but, unlike a good many jazz players turning to funk in the 70s, he never sounded cramped by the rhythm patterns of the idiom. He burst with ideas whether the underpinning was the loose, cruising feel of swing, or the slamming backbeats of rock. In 1987 recorded his debut album as a leader (it was jazz album of the year in both Downbeat and Jazziz magazines), and toured with Herbie Hancock's quartet. He also briefly explored the possibilities of an electronic sax, the EWI. That first album was well received, partly for the revelation that Brecker had an eloquent compositional talent with which to trigger his torrential saxophone variations (though he never composed extensively, and depended on a close relationship with pianist Gil Goldstein as a composer-arranger). Sideman roles still occasionally tempted him (he toured with Paul Simon in 1991-92 and with Hancock in 1997), and the Brecker Brothers were occasionally coaxed out of retirement, but it was the powerful quartet (often featuring the drummer Jeff "Tain" Watts) that was his most regular vehicle through the 1990s. Albums like Tales From the Hudson, Time Is Of the Essence, The Ballad Book and Wide Angles (2004) displayed the same improvisational verve as ever, but were also showcases for Brecker's high-class admirers - like McCoy Tyner, Metheny, Hancock and Elvin Jones. In his 50s, Brecker's improvising gradually shed the grandstanding pyrotechnics, gaining subtler colours, greater contrast and a compelling narrative strength. In 2001, at the invitation of the English Contemporary Music Network, he also successfully explored leadership of a larger band, working with Gil Goldstein and an Anglo-American group on expanded arrangements of his own compositions. A bigger group also participated on Wide Angles, which won two Grammy awards.
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Left Hand Technique, pg 31
 
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Scot Ranney's Jazz Piano Notebook Volume 1 Video of Scot playing through the Left Hand Technique and Harmony on page 31. For reference only, this is not a performance. Get it in print at Lulu.com: http://www.lulu.com/shop/scot-ranney/scot-ranneys-jazz-piano-notebook-volume-1/paperback/product-3054202.html E-book at Lulu.com: http://www.lulu.com/content/e-book/scot-ranneys-jazz-piano-notebook-volume-1/11415183
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AP Jazz Four: Monk, "Blue Monk"
 
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The AP Jazz Four, led by trumpeter Al Parr, performs Thelonius Monk's "Blue Monk" at The Java Bean in Decatur, IN on May 23, 2013. The performers are: Al Parr, tpt Chris Rutkowski, pno Kevin Piekarski, bs Sean Parr, dms
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*Ari Hoenig* "Jazz  Drumming" Practice Tip: Limitation & Repetition JazzHeaven.com Excerpt
 
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Go to http://JazzHeaven.com/ari for more FREE Ari Hoenig Videos! This was an excerpt from Ari Hoenig’s “ Melodic Drumming” Instructional Video. Jam-packed 2h 20min Lesson, 80-min Interview, Solo Performances, Q&A & more. Get a rare look behind the scenes of this master jazz improviser & drummer. Click on http://JazzHeaven.com also for other killer jazz drum instructional videos with Eric Harland, Ralph Peterson, Mike Clark & Portinho. (Plus jazz instructional videos with MANY other great jazz artists like Kenny Werner, Lee Konitz, Jean-Michel Pilc, Walt Weiskopf, Vince Herring, Jerry Bergonzi Oz Noy, Lage Lund, Gilad Hekselman, Ingrid Jensen, Geoffrey Keezer, Enrico Pieranunzi & more.) Go to http://JazzHeaven.com to check out the madness! Born on November 13, 1973 in Philadelphia, Ari Hoenig, was exposed at an early age to a variety of musical experiences. His father is a conductor and classical singer, his mother a violinist and pianist. Accordingly, at 4 years of age, Ari began studying the violin and piano. He began playing drums at age twelve, and by age fourteen he was honing his skills with other young jazz musicians at Philly clubs such as Ortlieb's Jazz Haus. Ari attended the prestigious University of North Texas for three years, where he studied with Ed Soph while playing with the "One O'Clock" Lab Band. Wanting to be closer to New York City, in 1995 Ari transferred to William Patterson College in northern New Jersey. He soon found himself playing for legendary Philadelphia organist Shirley Scott and working regularly in New York City. Shortly thereafter, Ari moved into Brooklyn and found himself playing extensively with a variety of groups, including Jean-Michel Pilc Trio, Kenny Werner Trio, Chris Potter Underground, Kurt Rosenwinkel Group, Joshua Redman Elastic band, Jazz Mandolin Project and bands led by Wayne Krantz, Mike Stern, Richard Bona, Pat Martino, Dave Liebman, and Bojan Z. He has also shared the stage with such artists as Herbie Hancock, Ivan Lins, Wynton Marsalis, Toots Thielemans, Dave Holland, Joe Lovano, Pat Metheny, and Gerry Mulligan. The Ari Hoenig Quartet was formed at the end of 2002 while playing every Monday night at the New York Village jazz club Fat Cat. The band featured Jacques Schwarz-Bart on tenor sax, Jean Michel Pilc on piano, and Matt Penman on bass. They released two records on the Smalls Records label: "The Painter" (2004) and the DVD "Kinetic Hues" (2005) In 2006 Ari signed a multi record deal with Dreyfus Records and released his "Inversations which features the trio of Jean Michel Pilc and Johannes Weidenmueller. "Bert's Playground" (2008), Ari's second record for Dreyfus, features Ari's Punk Bop Band joined by Chris Potter. Highlights of this record include Chris's solo on Moments Notice. Jonathan Kreisberg, Matt Penman, Will Vinson, Gilad Hekselman and Orlando le Fleming also represent on this one. The next record project was for "Smalls Live" a record label set up in 2009 to document some of the music being performed at the "Smalls Jazz Club" in New York where Ari has had a residency since 2003. Ari chose his Punk Bop Band to make this live record "Punk Bop Live at Smalls". It features Will Vinson on alto, Jonathan Kreisberg on guitar and fellow Jazz Mandolin Project alumni, Danton Boller on bass. Tigran Hamasyan is a special guest on 4 tracks as well. Ari's Quartet with Tigran Hamasyan, Gilad Hekselman, Orlando le Fleming and Chris Tordini released "Lines of Oppression" (2011) on the Naïve label. This record represents a culmination of Ari's bandleading, composing and accounting skills. Currently Ari leads three groups which both play his original music. Besides the Ari Hoenig Quartet and "Punk Bop" Ari also leads the Ari Hoenig Trio with Jonathan or Gilad covering guitar duties and with Matt Penman or Orlando plucking on the bass. He also co-leads a variety of projects including Pilc, Moutin, Hoenig ("the three headed monster"), Oscillations Quartet and various duo's with Chris Potter, Edmar Casteneda or Dan Weiss. As an educator, Ari teaches privately and is on faculty at New York University at the New School for Social Research in New York. He gives clinics and lectures at music schools and universities worldwide, and writes a regular educational column for Modern Drummer magazine. In collaboration with bassist Johannes Weidenmueller, Ari has released "Intro to Polyrhythms, Expanding and Contracting Time within Form Vol 1". (Mel Bay 2009) He has also recently released "Systems Book 1, Drumming Technique and Melodic Jazz Independence" (Alfred Publishing 2011) and educational DVD"Melodic Drumming" (2011) on jazzheaven.com. Hope you enjoyed this jazz drumming lesson video with Ari Hoenig http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9yIm-bdACB0
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Summertime Anita ODay
 
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This Video include 20 tracks of Anita O'Day. Subscribe for free to stay connected to our channel and easily access our video updates! https://goo.gl/SKHbAB Tip: click on the time and listen your favorite song Track list: Summertime Anita ODay --------------------------------- 1 | 00:00 | Anita O'Day - The Moon Looks Down and Laughs 2 | 03:59 | Anita O'day - Them There Eyes 3 | 06:37 | Anita O'Day - Crazy He Calls Me 4 | 10:03 | Anita O'Day - The Ballad of All the Sad Young Men 5 | 14:29 | Anita O'day - Night And Day 6 | 16:30 | Anita O'Day - Trav'lin' Light 7 | 20:07 | Anita O'day - Waiter Make Mine Blues 8 | 23:28 | Anita O'day - Who Cares? 9 | 26:43 | Anita O'Day - Up State 10 | 29:16 | Anita O'day - Body And Soul 11 | 32:38 | Anita O'day - Beautiful Love 12 | 35:16 | Anita O'day - Get Out Of Town 13 | 37:48 | Anita O'Day - One More Mile 14 | 40:30 | Anita O'Day - Night Bird 15 | 44:29 | Anita O'day - A Night In Tunisia 16 | 47:05 | Anita O'day - Four Brothers 17 | 49:29 | Anita O'day - Trav'lin Light 18 | 53:04 | Anita O'Day - Lover Come Back to Me 19 | 55:55 | Anita O'day - I Could Write A Book 20 | 58:03 | Anita O'Day - Some Other Spring --------------------------------- Playlist Summertime Jazz Legends: https://goo.gl/h56Dpi --------------------------------- Subscribe Channel Chillout Music Channels your channel for all the best jazz, chill and lounge music. Find your favorite songs and artists and experience the best of jazz music and chill music. 1 Subscribe for free to stay connected to our channel and easily access our video updates! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChilloutMusicChannel/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ChilloutMusicCH Google+ https://plus.google.com/u/0/+ChilloutMusicChannel --------------------------------- ® 2017 ChilloutMusicChannel
Davy Nathan - How to Get Gigs as a Musician
 
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Full Video: https://www.mymusicmasterclass.com/premiumvideos/getting-the-gig-masterclass-davy-nathan/ Description: In this "getting the gig" masterclass, musical director Davy Nathan shows you how to take your music career to the next level. He discusses the Dos & Don'ts of the audition process, band etiquette, how to get the big gigs, practice routines, attitude, being a musical director and more. Topics Covered: Getting inside a song and a style, Understand the artist, How to nail the audition, Making a song "your own", Getting to the "next level", Playing music as a "team sport", The importance of attitude, Being authentic within styles, Being inspired, How to practice efficiently, Becoming a musical director, Performing on tour, etc. http://www.facebook.com/MyMusicMasterClass http://twitter.com/MMMClass http://mymusicmasterclass.tumblr.com/
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Book With No Binding - Rude Ruth (Cover By Ben and Amali)
 
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A cover of Rude Ruth's "Book With No Binding." Amali Gunawardana - Vocals Ben Cruz - Guitar and Vocals Filmed by Sara Cruz.
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'Round Midnight' - solo jazz piano tutorial
 
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'Round Midnight' - jazz piano tutorial. There are so many ways to play this great jazz ballad. I have added the usual annotations which describe the thinking behind some of the harmonic/melodic passages. This was improvised from a basic leadsheet ('The Standards Real Book' p369 Sher Music). The notation came later - derived from the midi file that I recorded simultaneously with the video. Because it was played very freely, with no regular pulse, the notation had to be adjusted to fit the correct 32 bar format of the song. The result is fairly accurate, though not perfect! I used my Nord piano 2 - the Yamaha C7 studio grand - with some fine tuning of the EQ. I will post the video on my web site ( http://www.bushgrafts.com ) and the printable notation will be avilable for purchase ($1.20) and also be on my DVD - details on the website.
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I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel To Be Free - Billy Taylor
 
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Please help support my work as the Jazz Video Guy - https://www.patreon.com/bretprimack Jazz legend Billy Taylor, in a performance of his renown composition, "I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel To Be Free," featuring Victor Gaskin on bass and Curtis Boyd on drums. "I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel to Be Free" is a song written by Billy Taylor & Dick Dallas. Originally recorded by Nina Simone in 1967 on her Silk & Soul album. Billy Taylor's own version (as "I Wish I Knew") was recorded November 12, 1963 and released on his Right Here, Right Now album (Capitol ST-2039) the year after. His 1967 instrumental take was later used as the theme music for The Film programme on BBC television. Billy Taylor reports that "I wrote this song, perhaps my best known composition, for my daughter Kim. This is one of the best renditions I've done, because it is very spiritual." Please visit: http://www.billytaylorjazz.com for all things Billy.
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Pastor Darriel Hoy - A Woman's Worth (Powerful Sermons by Women Pastors)
 
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http://www.adventistsermons.blogspot.co.uk/ Pastor Darriel Hoy -- preaching at Oakwood College Evangelism Council, a sermon titled, A Woman's Worth. It is a sermon against abuse of women which appears to continue even in the church of God. It is time for all of us to recognize the problem and take ways to fight this evil and that starts by recognizing the value of women in the eyes of God. The sermon is mainly based on Judges 19 about the Levite and his concubine. Below is part of judges 19:- ....But the man would not tarry that night, but he rose up and departed, and came over against Jebus, which is Jerusalem; and there were with him two asses saddled, his concubine also was with him. 11 And when they were by Jebus, the day was far spent; and the servant said unto his master, Come, I pray thee, and let us turn in into this city of the Jebusites, and lodge in it. 12 And his master said unto him, We will not turn aside hither into the city of a stranger, that is not of the children of Israel; we will pass over to Gibeah. 13 And he said unto his servant, Come, and let us draw near to one of these places to lodge all night, in Gibeah, or in Ramah. 14 And they passed on and went their way; and the sun went down upon them when they were by Gibeah, which belongeth to Benjamin. 15 And they turned aside thither, to go in and to lodge in Gibeah: and when he went in, he sat him down in a street of the city: for there was no man that took them into his house to lodging. 16 And, behold, there came an old man from his work out of the field at even, which was also of mount Ephraim; and he sojourned in Gibeah: but the men of the place were Benjamites. 17 And when he had lifted up his eyes, he saw a wayfaring man in the street of the city: and the old man said, Whither goest thou? and whence comest thou? 18 And he said unto him, We are passing from Bethlehemjudah toward the side of mount Ephraim; from thence am I: and I went to Bethlehemjudah, but I am now going to the house of the Lord; and there is no man that receiveth me to house. 19 Yet there is both straw and provender for our asses; and there is bread and wine also for me, and for thy handmaid, and for the young man which is with thy servants: there is no want of any thing. 20 And the old man said, Peace be with thee; howsoever let all thy wants lie upon me; only lodge not in the street. 21 So he brought him into his house, and gave provender unto the asses: and they washed their feet, and did eat and drink. 22 Now as they were making their hearts merry, behold, the men of the city, certain sons of Belial, beset the house round about, and beat at the door, and spake to the master of the house, the old man, saying, Bring forth the man that came into thine house, that we may know him. 23 And the man, the master of the house, went out unto them, and said unto them, Nay, my brethren, nay, I pray you, do not so wickedly; seeing that this man is come into mine house, do not this folly. 24 Behold, here is my daughter a maiden, and his concubine; them I will bring out now, and humble ye them, and do with them what seemeth good unto you: but unto this man do not so vile a thing. 25 But the men would not hearken to him: so the man took his concubine, and brought her forth unto them; and they knew her, and abused her all the night until the morning: and when the day began to spring, they let her go.
Drum Solo/Drum Fills
 
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Steve Hynes - My influences are Vinnie Colaiuta, Dave Weckl, Steve Smith, Will Kennedy, Steve Gadd, Peter Erskine, John Riley, David Garibaldi, Carlos Vega, Jeff Porcaro, Buddy Rich, John Bonham, Tony Williams, Elvin Jones, Keith Carlock, Stanton Moore and Benny Grebb.....ahem that's a few of them! Oh yeah I also love british session drummers Ian Thomas and Neal Wilkinson!!!
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Maria Schneider on "Data Lords"
 
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Composer Maria Schneider discusses her Library of Congress commission, "Data Lords," with Larry Appelbaum of the Music Division. "Data Lords," made possible by the Reva and David Logan Foundation, was premiered at the Library by the Maria Schneider Orchestra on April 15, 2016. Speaker Biography: Maria Schneider is an award-winning jazz composer and big band leader. She has received multiple Grammy awards, including the 2016 award for Best Large Jazz Ensemble Album (for "The Thompson Fields," a collaboration with David Bowie). Schneider has received commissions from the Library of Congress, Jazz at Lincoln Center and the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, among others. Her album, "Concert in the Garden" (2004), was the first recording to receive a Grammy after being released solely online. For transcript and more information, visit http://www.loc.gov/today/cyberlc/feature_wdesc.php?rec=7401
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Will Lee:  How Michael Brecker Helped Me Find My Way Home
 
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Bassist Will Lee remembers how Michael Brecker helped him find his way home when he first moved to New York to play with Dreams, which featured the Brecker Bros. and Billy Cobham. Mr. Lee spoke with Bret Primack on a break from a rehearsal at MCG in Pittsburgh, just before the Bob Mintzer Big Band recorded live and performed in concert. Michael Brecker, the Philadelphia-born saxophonist star could hurl out more notes faster than almost all of his fellow-practitioners, but his 11 Grammy awards, devoted worldwide audience and status among musicians everywhere testified to artistic strengths that went far beyond technique. He was a composer, bandleader and improviser whose solo career started late, after years as a sideman and session-player; but in the two decades after he made his leadership debut, he became the most emulated jazz saxophonist on the planet after John Coltrane. Brecker was held in such awe by students, commentators and players alike that the thought of his exit will be hard for many to comprehend. A reserved, private and undemonstrative man, who made light of his talent - he was so indifferent to onstage histrionics that he would play the most high-energy solos with almost nothing visibly moving but his fingers - Brecker inspired enduring loyalties for his modesty as much as his influence. He also inspired confidence in the most demanding of artists that his presence would make even their best work sound better. Those who hired him in his pre-leadership days included Frank Sinatra, John Lennon and Yoko Ono, Steely Dan, Frank Zappa, Bruce Springsteen, Joni Mitchell, Charles Mingus and Jaco Pastorius. Brecker combined the striving energy, technical ambition and sophisticated harmonic sense of Coltrane - his first and biggest inspiration - with a soulful bluesiness that allowed him to drop easily into the earthiest of blues, rock or funk bands. In his prime, he could sustain an unaccompanied one-man show by sounding like several sax players, and even parts of a rhythm section, all at the same time. But if he could tingle the spine with Coltranesque split-note wails that took the tenor sax way above its regular range as well as transforming it into a chordal instrument, he could be tender with slow music, as his performance of Every Day I Thank You on guitarist Pat Metheny's 80/81 album confirms. Self-revelatory emotions were not perhaps his style, in the way they were Coltrane's. But, playing in New York in the week following 9/11, Brecker told me: "I maybe felt in touch with the true purposes of music in a way I never had been before - as a hearing, transporting, unifying force." He seemed to tune into both his inner voices and the wider possibilities of his art increasingly in later years; that journey ends with an as yet unnamed new album completed just two weeks ago. One of the group's album titles, Heavy Metal Bebop, aptly described the style. Michael's spiky, chromatically dense improvising style developed in this period - but, unlike a good many jazz players turning to funk in the 70s, he never sounded cramped by the rhythm patterns of the idiom. He burst with ideas whether the underpinning was the loose, cruising feel of swing, or the slamming backbeats of rock. In 1987 recorded his debut album as a leader (it was jazz album of the year in both Downbeat and Jazziz magazines), and toured with Herbie Hancock's quartet. He also briefly explored the possibilities of an electronic sax, the EWI. That first album was well received, partly for the revelation that Brecker had an eloquent compositional talent with which to trigger his torrential saxophone variations (though he never composed extensively, and depended on a close relationship with pianist Gil Goldstein as a composer-arranger). Sideman roles still occasionally tempted him (he toured with Paul Simon in 1991-92 and with Hancock in 1997), and the Brecker Brothers were occasionally coaxed out of retirement, but it was the powerful quartet (often featuring the drummer Jeff "Tain" Watts) that was his most regular vehicle through the 1990s. Albums like Tales From the Hudson, Time Is Of the Essence, The Ballad Book and Wide Angles (2004) displayed the same improvisational verve as ever, but were also showcases for Brecker's high-class admirers - like McCoy Tyner, Metheny, Hancock and Elvin Jones. In his 50s, Brecker's improvising gradually shed the grandstanding pyrotechnics, gaining subtler colours, greater contrast and a compelling narrative strength. In 2001, at the invitation of the English Contemporary Music Network, he also successfully explored leadership of a larger band, working with Gil Goldstein and an Anglo-American group on expanded arrangements of his own compositions. A bigger group also participated on Wide Angles, which won two Grammy awards.
Views: 2612 Jazz Video Guy
Stella By Starlight
 
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For best viewing please set the sprocket on the screen to the highest setting. I grew up with Lennie Tristano's approach to jazz in the 1950s. My teen music pals and I made regular trips to the Blue Note jazz club in Chicago where they set apart some space for kids like most clubs did in those days. I was studying reeds iwhen I first heard Lee Konitz at the Blue Note. I loved Paul Desmond of course but the playing of Konitz gave me a huge charge. My rendition of Stella By Starlight has roots in that time. The music is based on Stella by Starlight, a great jazz standard. This rendition (not the way I would play it at the piano) comes from the mid 1980s when I was experimenting with configuring hybrid (combining analog and digital tools) systems that made decisions on their own once I set them free; in other words, I was creating artificial intelligence music composition systems. This music was generated by one of my experimental emergent music systems that included the hot artist computers of the day - an Apple IIe and an Amiga 1000. At that time I was regularly summoning cyberspirits to join my work and that included cyberspirits that were embedded in the tools and those who cruised the aether looking for opportunities to play. Though esoteric my thinking was straight as an arrow - no drugs involved except what my body was producing naturally. In effect I was designing my instruments to play as an artificial intelligence band and to throw their sounds against my walls (my recording systems). By studying their output those systems became among my best teachers. Because their output was so esoteric, as you can hear, I shared very little of it with the public, but I was an avid student of everything the systems, including the cyberspirits, had to say musically. And of course those experiences greatly influenced my outlook on life, particularly the role of emergence in every aspect of it. The following is my response to a comment on FaceBook - "It's all there [melody and harmony] Jerry, mostly hiding hither and thither in the bushes and trees and just floating in the atmosphere. When I play these games I've learned to focus on the departure and leave the point in peace. As Joel says, it's "out there" and for me serves the experimental function of a breakout, a way of getting past the threshold of transcendence. Our memories are our tethers for good and bad; bad if you tire of repeating yourself." The laser work is included one of the DVDs and the music on one the CDs of my recent project called EMERGENT MUSIC AND VISUAL MUSIC: INSIDE STUDIES; it includes 2 books, 6 CDs and a set of 4 DVDs all available via Amazon.com. More information as well as excerpts are available on my website - http://www.ronpellegrinoselectronicartsproductions.org
Views: 131 Ronald Pellegrino
Learn to Play Piano at Home: HangWithWillie - Nov 29, 2013 - Advanced Theory - Part3
 
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Willie covers some advanced theory questions in this live session. For more info go to HangWithWillie.com. Questions answered: When you are playing in a live setting, to what degree are you thinking in terms of theory on the fly vs. relying on muscle memory in your playing. It's easy for me to get bogged down by the theory. What you can play in the right hand over what in the left-polytonality? interested in some basic ideas about doing fills off chords during pauses in melody? For accompanying, how to work on combining stride-type LH with walking basslines & fills? How should I practice to get my left hand totally independent from my right? I'm interested in stride piano and walking bass lines. I'm also interested in Bebop jazz playing. Do you have a good way of developing a vocabulary of chords, so as to get a quick handle on a lead sheet? Could you cover the sequence of the minor 2 preceding the Dom 7th and other chord sequences in building on a lead sheet? PianoWithWillie - PianoWithWillie.com is an exciting new way to learn piano online. Using our interactive web site and videos, you will learn real songs and techniques using your own piano or keyboard right in your own home. Thousands of students around the globe have been extremely successful using my techniques. I know that you too will be successful too! Subscribe to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCashDLiIPkjgurjkyoYkMcQ Our Sites: Jazzedge http://jazzedge.com/ PianoWithWillie http://www.pianowithwillie.com/ HomeSchoolPiano http://homeschoolpiano.com/
Views: 1001 JAZZEDGE
JAZZ Syncopation
 
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check this out! practicing to some syncopation let me know what i need to work on!
Views: 1240 mikesstudents
Lester Young - You're Getting to Be a Habit with Me (1957)
 
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Classic Mood Experience The best masterpieces ever recorded subscribe to ours channel http://www.youtube.com/user/classicmoodexp Lester Young Songs Remastered Remastered @ Oakwood Studio okwstudio@gmail.com 🎷🎶 🎷🎶 🎷🎶 Subscribe to our channel for the best music masterpieces: http://bit.ly/ClassicMoodExperience Classic Mood Experience The best masterpieces ever recorded in the music history. Explore Classic Mood Experience music, the best  jazz, blues, rock, pop, R&B, soul, lantin songs ever recorded by Etta James, Billie Holiday, Bill Evans, Stevie Wonder, Ray Charles, Nina Simone, Muddy Waters, Django Reinhardt, Louis Armstrong, Miles Davis, James Brown, Chet Baker, Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, Harry Belafonte, Nat King Cole, Louis Prima, Duke Ellington, Elvis Presley, Count Basie, Little Walter, Herbie Hancock, Edith Piaf, Aretha Franklin, Charlie Parker, Lightnin' Hopkins, Son House, B.B. King, Thelonious Monk, Howlin' Wolf, Quincy Jones, Johnny Cash, Glenn Miller, Chuck Berry, Dizzy Gillespie, Paul Anka, John Coltrane, John Lee Hooker, Coleman Hawkins, Robert Johnson, Dean Martin, Oscar Peterson, George Gershwin, Ben E. King, Big Bill Broonzy, Hank Williams, Benny Goodman, Art Tatum, Big Joe Turner, Bing Crosby, Jimmie Rodgers, Mamie Smith, Ma Rainey, Dave Brubeck, Mahalia Jackson, Fats Domino, Marvin Gaye, Bud Powell, Sonny Rollins, Fats Waller, Tony Bennett, Dinah Washington, Sarah Vaughan, Perry Como, Gerry Mulligan and many more. Listen to the best of Classic Mood Experience: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSdaj2Wn7snI0cPetmOp4VhjocT1GrPfA Thank you for watching this video by Classic Mood Experience channel! Don't forget to share it and subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/ClassicMoodExperience
Imagination Off the Charts: Jacob Collier comes to MIT
 
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This documentary film won the New England Emmy in the Arts and Entertainment category. Jacob Collier is a Grammy Award winning artist based in London. During the Fall of 2016 Jacob performed with musicians from MIT, Berklee College of Music, New England Conservatory, Boston Arts Academy, and UNH. This film features rehearsals, behind-the-scenes footage, interviews with the artists, and live performance shot with 8 cameras. * credits correction: Guilia Duchi should read Giulia Duchi Please Subscribe for more great content! https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=mitvideoproductions
Views: 241377 MIT Video Productions
henri's boogie
 
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Henri John Pierre Herbert 'dazzles' the crowd at London St Pancras with an impromptu performance on the public piano. Full HD version here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h86nJUHrJ1E For more information or to contact Henri go to: http://www.henriherbertmusic.com And for more info about The Jim Jones Revue, please go to: http://www.jimjonesrevue.com This video is being managed exclusively by Newsflare. To use this video for broadcast or in a commercial player go to: http://www.newsflare.com/video/13429/other/henris-boogie or email: newsdesk@newsflare.com or call: +44 (0) 8432 895 191 UPDATE: Due to several comments asking for a decent quality version of this clip, I'm pleased to offer the full HD version for your viewing pleasure. I uploaded the original as a low bit rate, low resolution quickie, due to having a lousy internet connection where I was at the time. A big regret now, given that the clip went crazy viral - but how was I to know?? So here it is, (link below) in full HD 1080p glory, along with a slightly remixed audio - a little more of the ambient camera sound, because the disbelievers out there are convinced this was over-dubbed, somehow. As well as the camera built in (rubbish) audio, I placed a Zoom H4n stereo recorder just behind the piano to record good quality sound with less of the background noise audible, to later sync in post production. This resulted in also picking up the sound of broken strings inside the piano, which many people are convinced is the sound of a hidden percussionist somewhere, playing a hi-hat, and therefore it must be an overdub fake studio recording setup or something! Well, it ain't. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h86nJUHrJ1E
Views: 18712335 MrTrotty57
Midnight Star - No Parking On The Dance Floor (Official Music Video)
 
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Check out our website for more Unidisc content: http://geni.us/BnsAGB Shop for Vinyls, CDs, Merch and More: http://geni.us/UAcik Buy/Stream: http://geni.us/AmAt Facebook • http://geni.us/unidiscfacebook SoundCloud • http://geni.us/unidiscsoundcloud Shop • http://geni.us/unidiscshop Twitter • http://geni.us/unidisctwitter Instagram • http://geni.us/unidiscinstagram YouTube • http://geni.us/unidiscyoutube © Unidisc Music The synth-funk unit Midnight Star scored several times on the charts during the mid-'80s, led by their double-platinum album No Parking on the Dance Floor in 1983. Just one of the successful acts on Solar Records (also including Shalamar, Lakeside, and the Whispers), the group was formed in 1976 at Kentucky State University by the Calloway brothers, trumpeter Reginald, and trombone player Vincent, with vocalist Belinda Lipscomb. After signing with RCA near the turn of the decade, Midnight Star recorded their first album in 1980, The Beginning, with a conglomeration of studio players and producers. After moving to the Solar label by 1982, the group released Victory and then added a full band: guitarist Melvin Gentry, bassist Kenneth Gant, drummer Bobby Lovelace, and keyboard player Bo Watson. Though the Calloways' production skills -- later used to full effect on tracks by Natalie Cole, Gladys Knight, and Teddy Pendergrass -- had pushed Midnight Star into the R&B charts during 1981-1982, with singles like "Hot Spot" and "I've Been Watching You," the group was unprepared for the success of the first single from their third proper album, No Parking on the Dance Floor. "Freak-a-Zoid" hit number two on the R&B charts in mid-1983, and though it failed to make the pop Top 40, it pushed the LP over the platinum mark. "Operator," the first single from their next album, Planetary Invasion, became their highest-charting single, making number 18 on the pop charts. By 1986, Headlines had become Midnight Star's third album to at least sell gold, but it proved their last; both Reginald and Vincent left the group to form Calloway in 1988. (Incidentally, the Calloways had introduced future legend Babyface to Solar executives for his first job, and produced Babyface's group the Deele). Without Reginald and Vincent Calloway to lead the way, Midnight Star fell fast and far. A 1988 self-titled album flopped, and 1990's Work It Out proved to be their last until 2002's 15th Avenue. Since then, the members continued outside collaborations, but they also came together for frequent touring. As late as 2007, the group's lineup featured Lipscomb, Gentry, Watson, Lovelace, and Gant. As Calloway, the Calloways found success with their first single, 1989's "I Wanna Be Rich," which hit number two on the pop charts. The track was their only major hit, followed by "Sir Lancelot" and the title track from their 1990 debut album, All the Way. Calloway returned two years later with Let's Get Smooth, but the album proved their last. The brothers continued working, with Pieces of a Dream and Bootsy Collins, among others.
Views: 7100334 UnidiscMusic
Cannonball Adderley - Love For Sale
 
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From one of my favorite jazz albums - Somethin' Else. With any luck, I plan to upload the rest of it soon (minus the first track, stupid 10min video limit). Until then, enjoy!
Views: 166110 MasterXelpud
Yelawolf - Daddy's Lambo
 
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Sign up for updates: http://smarturl.it/Yelawolf.News Music video by Yelawolf performing Daddy's Lambo. (C) 2011 DGC Records Best of Yelawolf: https://goo.gl/vy7NZQ Subscribe here: https://goo.gl/ynkVDL
Views: 48158136 YelawolfVEVO
GoAndPractice #20: "Rudiment Grooves" by Rick Considine groove #47
 
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I've finally finished writing three books based on this YouTube channel! They are available here: http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss_1?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=goandpractice https://twitter.com/GoAndPractice https://instagram.com/goandpractice/ http://www.goandpractice.com
Views: 10008 GoAndPractice
Why Study Music Theory?
 
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I love music theory. That probably goes without saying, considering I make a video about it every week. But should you? What's the point? Especially if you're not a musician yourself, it probably seems like learning theory is more trouble than it's worth. But I'm here to convince you that you should care: Music theory, composition, and arranging are not only fascinating, they make listening to music more fun. They put you inside the minds of your favorite artists and let you rummage around. Trust me, I do it all the time. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/12tonevideos Mailing List: http://eepurl.com/bCTDaj Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/12tonevideos Twitter: https://twitter.com/12tonevideos Email: 12tonevideos@gmail.com Next: https://youtu.be/yMgEv8wfDcU Last: https://youtu.be/DDdY8x9xan0 What Is Music Theory? video: https://youtu.be/YaGwpLi6RAY Huge thanks to our gold-level Patreon supporters: Ron Jones Jill Jones Susan Jones Howard Levine Elaine Pratt Ken Arnold And thanks as well to José N., Logan Jones, Henry Reich, and Jdominioni! Your support helps make 12tone even better!
Views: 55257 12tone
AdWords tutorial from Google - Step 1: What you need to know about online marketing
 
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Before you take advantage of all that online marketing can do for your business, make sure you know the basics. Links: Continue to Step 2: Reach more customers: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B36zZ1uiPkI&list=PL9piTIvKJnJPB729hcZYSEXCsQFyeJV44&index=2
Views: 299044 AdWords
GoAndPractice #48: BBRL RRLL RLL
 
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I've finally finished writing three books based on this YouTube channel! They are available here: http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss_1?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=goandpractice https://twitter.com/GoAndPractice https://instagram.com/goandpractice/ http://www.goandpractice.com
Views: 9858 GoAndPractice
Parks and Recreation - Ron Swanson's Best Moments (Supercut)
 
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Relive the greatest one-liners, memorable scenes, and expressive faces from Ron Swanson (Nick Offerman). » Subscribe for More: http://bit.ly/ParksAndRecSub » Buy the Parks and Recreation Complete Series DVD Now: http://bit.ly/parksdvd » Check Out NBC Fall Trailers: http://bit.ly/NBCFallTrailers2018 Follow Parks and Rec: https://twitter.com/parksandrecnbc Like Parks and Rec: http://www.facebook.com/parksandrecreation Parks and Rec Google+: https://plus.google.com/+ParksandRecreation/ Parks and Rec Tumblr: http://nbcparksandrec.tumblr.com/ Parks and Rec Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/nbcparksandrec/ NBC ON SOCIAL: NBC YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/nbc Follow NBC: http://Twitter.com/NBC Like NBC: http://Facebook.com/NBC NBC Tumblr: http://NBCtv.tumblr.com/ NBC Pinterest: http://Pinterest.com/NBCtv/ NBC Google+: https://plus.google.com/+NBC NBC Instagram: http://instagram.com/nbc ABOUT PARKS AND RECREATION From Emmy Award-winning executive producers Greg Daniels (NBC’s “The Office,” “King of the Hill”) and Michael Schur (NBC’s “The Office,” “Saturday Night Live”), “Parks and Recreation” is a hilarious ensemble comedy that follows Leslie Knope (Emmy and Golden Globe nominee Amy Poehler, NBC’s “Saturday Night Live,” “Baby Mama”), a mid-level bureaucrat in the Parks and Recreation Department of Pawnee, Indiana, and her tireless efforts to make her quintessentially American town just a little bit more fun. Parks and Recreation - Ron Swanson's Best Moments (Supercut) http://www.youtube.com/user/nbcParksandRec
Views: 2431053 Parks and Recreation
GoAndPractice #18: "Rudiment Grooves" by Rick Considine groove #41
 
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I've finally finished writing three books based on this YouTube channel! They are available here: http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss_1?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=goandpractice https://twitter.com/GoAndPractice https://instagram.com/goandpractice/ http://www.goandpractice.com
Views: 21410 GoAndPractice
Sittin' In With The Big Band - On Green Dolphin Street
 
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I bought this book (volume 2) along with volume 1 with my students in mind. This is a cool take on Green Dolphin Street minus the Latin feel! Cool, but a deceptively tricky tempo! Steve Hynes I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor)
Views: 2160 Steve Hynes
A conversation with Richard Saul Wurman: Richard Saul Wurman at TEDxAcademy
 
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Understanding comes before action.
Views: 4271 TEDx Talks
Sunny, jazz guitar solo
 
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Check out my guitar DVD lessons: The majority of the DVDs are lessons on my specific song arrangements, check out these samples: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s935JOAs9qU Also check out my lesson "How To Arrange Any Song For Solo Guitar": http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jg-et0nVgo8 Email me jake.reichbart@gmail.com. 1) Creepin' by Stevie Wonder 2) Lately by Stevie Wonder 3) Steppin' Out by Joe Jackson 4) Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me 5) Maxine by Donald Fagen 6) Deacon Blues by Steely Dan 7) Save a prayer by Duran Duran 8) A jazz harmony for the guitar DVD 9) Feel Like Flying by Gino Vannelli 10) Lead electric blues guitar, 90 min., based on my guitar work on the accompanying CD to the Hal Leonard book Bass Grooves: The Ultimate Collection by Jon Liebman 11) Lead Jazz Guitar: The Art of Phrasing with Rhythmic Figures and Patterns. If you know scales, arpeggios and chords but somehow can't quite seem to put together a satisfying solo, this DVD will show you how. An hour and 20 minutes. Intermed/Adv. 12) Every Summer Night by Pat Metheny, 1 hour and 50 minutes 13) This Masquerade (Leon Russel/George Benson), complete arrangement, including a lengthy improvisation section. One hour and 30 min. 14) After The Love Has Gone by EW&F, an hour and 45 minutes 15) Moonlight in Vermont, an hour and 40 minutes 16) Us and Them, Pink Floyd 17) Bird of Beauty, Stevie Wonder 18) Taking A Chance On Love, an hour and 35 minutes. Chord substitutions, walking bass, improvisation and much more! 19) The Wind Cries Mary, one hour and 30 min. Includes an extended lesson segment on how to play intervals Jimi Hendrix style! 20) Babylon Sisters by Steely Dan, nearly two hours long! 21) With a Little Help From My Friends, The Beatles, 90 minutes 22) Hall & Oates "Double Feature", two songs on one DVD, Sara Smile and One on One! An hour and 40 minutes. Samples from these lessons are available online 23) Michael Jackson - Jackson Five "Double Feature", two songs on one DVD, I'll Be There & Never Can Say Goodbye! An hour and 40 minutes. 24) Blues in G, 80 minutes, learn how to play the blues for solo guitar in the style of Joe Pass! 25) Emily, Chord substitutions, lead, bass lines... 80 minutes. From here out, all DVDs are in widescreen! 26) My Cherie Amour - Stevie Wonder, one hour and 15 minutes. Widescreen 27) Blue In Green - one hour and 35 minutes. Heavily focused on chord substitutions. Not for the harmonically faint of heart - advanced!! Widescreen 28) All The Things You Are - an hour and 20 minutes. Chord melody, chord substitutions, lead... One of my best! intermed/adv. Widescreen 29) How Deep Is Your Love - my most viewed solo guitar performance on YouTube is finally available as a 90 minute DVD lesson in widescreen! 30) I'm Not In Love by 10CC, Widescreen 31) The theme from the James Bond film Goldfinger, Widescreen 32) So May It Secretly Begin, Pat Metheny, Widescreen 33) Change The World, Eric Clapton, Widescreen 34) Through The fire, Chaka Khan - an hour and 20 minutes, Widescreen 35) Hey Nineteen, Steely Dan - an hour and 20 minutes, Widescreen 36) Make Me Smile, Chicago - an hour and 25 minutes, Widescreen 37) I Talk To The Wind, King Crimson, Widescreen 38) Baby Come Back, Player - an hour and 20 minutes, Widescreen 39) Just You 'N' Me, Chicago - an hour and 20 minutes, Widescreen 40) Because You Loved Me, Celine Dion, an hour and 10 minutes, Widescreen 41) Can't Find My Way Home - Blind Faith, Steve Winwood - In Widescreen 42) Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic - The Police - In Widescreen 43) I Want To Know What Love Is - Foreigner - In Widescreen 44) "If you leave me now" by Chicago, Widescreen 45) Third world Man, Steely Dan, Widescreen 46) Something, The Beatles, George Harrison, Widescreen, an hour and 25 minutes 47) "Don't you (forget about me)", Simple Minds, Widescreen, an hour and 20 minutes 48) Witchcraft, Widescreen, an hour and 25 minutes 49) Travels, Pat Metheny Group, Widescreen, an hour and 10 minutes 50) And I Love Her, The Beatles, Widescreen, an hour and 30 minutes 51) Kid Charlemagne, Steely Dan, Widescreen, an hour and 30 minutes 52) Comfortably Numb, Pink Floyd, Widescreen, an hour and 20 minutes 53) Badge, Cream, Widescreen, an hour and 5 minutes 54) Greatest Love Of All, Whitney Houston, Widescreen, an hour and 30 minutes 55) Unbreak My Heart, Toni Braxton, Widescreen, an hour and 20 minutes 56) The Crystal Ship, The Doors, Widescreen, an hour and 15 minutes 57) Thank You, Led Zeppelin, Widescreen, an hour and 15 minutes 58) Dream Of The Return, Pat Metheny Group, Widescreen, an hour and 30 minutes 59) Big Log, Robert Plant, Widescreen, an hour and 30 minutes 60) Affirmation, George Benson, Widescreen, an hour and 20 minutes 61) Nuages, Django Reinhardt, Widescreen, an hour and 20 minutes 62) Joy Spring, Widescreen, an hour and 30 minutes
Views: 136003 Jake Reichbart
Donny McCaslin: "'Beyond Now' and David Bowie's 'Blackstar'" | Talks at Google
 
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Talks at Google hosted Donny McCaslin, a three-time GRAMMY® nominated saxophonist and composer. Featured on David Bowie‘s Blackstar, McCaslin & his band are known as “David Bowie’s last band”. Donny’s new recording, Beyond Now, is greatly influenced by the time he spent with David Bowie during the recording of Blackstar, which debuted #1 on the Billboard 200 Chart and further helped launch McCaslin onto the world stage. Beyond Now features new treatments of the classic Bowie songs “Warszawa” and “A Small Plot of Land”, as well as 5 new McCaslin compositions. As one of the most sought after sidemen in the business, McCaslin is a current member of the GRAMMY® Award winning Maria Schneider Orchestra and has performed with many legendary musicians including Gary Burton, among others. The talk was hosted by Matthew Hendershot.
Views: 5479 Talks at Google
How to Play a Funk Groove on the Piano : Funk Piano Song
 
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Watch a pianist play soul funk piano with jazz piano concepts and techniques. Learn this and more in this free online piano lesson taught by professional composer and pianist Jonathan Wilson. Expert: chilkari Bio: Jonathon Wilson has been a professional composer and pianist for over twenty years. His work spans a number of genres, from jazz to new age to trance. Filmmaker: Jonathon Wilson
Views: 2207851 expertvillage
Paleo Vegan Live Cooking Class & Vegan Hangout
 
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Grab your copy of my book "Paleo Vegan" and the Dandelion Salad & Brussels Sprout Slaw recipes. No joke---We'll prep and eat together...kind of a virtual meet-up of sorts for those who don't have meet-ups in driving range. ;) Rev up your spring training. All questions of this certified personal trainer & running coach are welcome!
Views: 438 Ellen Jaffe Jones
Vulnerability (Victor Lewis)
 
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Victor Lewis at the Berklee Percussion Festival June 17 2014 Victor Lewis (drums / composer / leader) Laszlo Gardony - piano Ron Mahdi (bass) Marco Pignataro (sax) Arnetta Johnson (trumpet)
Views: 152 lgjazzvideos
"Miles Davis: The Man & His Music," E. Cleveland Public Library, Oct 10, 2014
 
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WVIZ/WCPN Ideastream’s Dee Perry interviews award-winning author and poet Quincy Troupe October 10, 2014 in the East Cleveland Public Library. Afterwards, the Kenny Davis Quartet performs jazz. The East Cleveland Narrator, November 2014 http://joom.ag/qoZb. http://ECNarrator.com.
Grinnell College Commencement 2017 - Full Ceremony
 
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Grinnell College celebrated the class of 2017 on May 22, 2017. Kumail Nanjiani (class of 2001) was the commencement speaker. Closed captions are in the works.
Views: 1614 Grinnell College
little waltz.Pequeño vals de Ron Carter
 
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Little Waltz.musica compuesta por Ron Carter. Interpretada por Franco Chirife.
Views: 215 Franco Chirife
Bo Diddley - Bo's Bounce (1962) [Digitally Remastered]
 
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Steve Davis Interview by Monk Rowe - 12/15/2017 - Clinton, NY
 
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Trombonist Steve Davis talks about the importance of finding a musical mentor, creating an identifiable sound, and negotiating the current jazz scene. Use of these materials by other parties is subject to the fair use doctrine in United States copyright law (Title 17, Chapter 1, para. 107) which allows use for commentary, criticism, news reporting, research, teaching or scholarship without requiring permission from the rights holder. Any use that does not fall within fair use must be cleared with the rights holder. For assistance, please contact the Fillius Jazz Archive, Hamilton College, 198 College Hill Road, Clinton, NY 13323. Visit the Fillius Jazz Archive Website https://www.hamilton.edu/jazzarchive
Philip Glass, Roger O'Donnell, Terrace Martin and Kenny Werner | Talks at Google
 
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Panel discussion featuring Philip Glass, Roger O'Donnell, Terrace Martin and Kenny Werner. Moderated by Michael Hawley (founder of e.g. Conference) Philip Glass is a multi-award winning American composer and considered one of the most influential music makers of the late 20th century. Kenny Werner is a world-class pianist and composer who has played just about every major music festival, performed and recorded with Tony and Grammy Award winning artists, and composed for many orchestras and jazz orchestras around the world. Roger O'Donnell is an English keyboardist best known for his work with The Cure. Roger has also performed in The Psychedelic Furs, Thompson Twins and Berlin, as well as has an active solo career. Terrace Martin is a multi-instrumentalist and two-time Grammy Award winning music producer from Los Angeles, best known for producing records for several prominent artists, such as Kendrick Lamar, Snoop Dogg, Busta Rhymes, Stevie Wonder, Charlie Wilson, Raphael Saadiq and YG among others. Michael Hawley is an educator, computer scientist, musician and photographer who serves as founder/director/impresario of the e.g. Conference. OTHER #MUSICIANSATGOOGLE TALKS Kenny Werner | https://youtu.be/CBnYgcmSJG8 Philip Glass & Arturo Bejar | https://youtu.be/oV2gSw0hr-s
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Manny Albam Interview by Monk Rowe - 10/31/1998 - Tarrytown, NY
 
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Composer/arranger Manny Albam talks about his very first arrangements and his work for such iconic band leaders as Count Basie, Benny Carter and Leonard Bernstein. Use of these materials by other parties is subject to the fair use doctrine in United States copyright law (Title 17, Chapter 1, para. 107) which allows use for commentary, criticism, news reporting, research, teaching or scholarship without requiring permission from the rights holder. Any use that does not fall within fair use must be cleared with the rights holder. Use of these materials by other parties is subject to the fair use doctrine in United States copyright law (Title 17, Chapter 1, para. 107) which allows use for commentary, criticism, news reporting, research, teaching or scholarship without requiring permission from the rights holder. Any use that does not fall within fair use must be cleared with the rights holder. For assistance, please contact the Fillius Jazz Archive, Hamilton College, 198 College Hill Road, Clinton, NY 13323.
Ben Hewlett Harmonica Tuition Youtube Channel
 
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EDIT VIDEO Learn harmonica in 30 days. Yup - just 2 minutes a day, and it’s FREE http://ow.ly/VtyG30jXTyM www.facebook.com/benhewlettharmonicatuition www.twitter.com/benjaminhewlett Subscribe to my channel here http://www.youtube.com/user/benhewlettuk?sub_confirmation=1 I am part of the global harmonica community. I guess being interested and involved in the harmonica community over many years has lead me to be elected as Chairman of the National Harmonica League in the UK, and that's quite an honour. When I heard Elwood Blues playing blues harp in the Blues Brothers film from the 80s, I couldn't get over the crazy sound of the harmonica. I watched the film over and over - even watched it last night! Had to get me a harmonica... Seeing Paul Lamb playing the Station Tavern in London was the final straw - I started having lessons from him and became a Sonny Terry nut. From There Little Walter, Big Walter and gradually found out about all the greats. Brendan Power introduced me to other players such as Charlie McCoy, JJ Milteau, Howard Levy and then I was hooked - a dead duck! I started teaching professionally in 1995 while studying how to teach and began running workshops in London inherited from Brendan Power as he was joining Riverdance. The first lesson in school I taught in was Dulwich College in London and then in Bristol. I've had the luck to study personally with Howard Levy (one week residential), Paul Lamb, Brendan Power, Joe Filisko, Richard Sleigh, Carlos del Junco, Sonny Terry (recorded lesson) and in workshops with Charlie McCoy, Lee Oskar, Steve Baker, Keith Dunn, Rick Estrin, Rick Epping, Adam Gussow amongst lots others - and thanks to all of them for the help which I now pass on to other students. Performance wise, I have played in many blues bands, and different musical groups as well as performing solo and on cruise ships. I've played on the same bill as Larry Adler in 2000, jammed in concert with Jools Holland and had a long, hilarious and fascinating lunch with Billy Connolly showing him some harmonica techniques he wanted to know about. I now offer private lessons on SKYPE. Just send a contact request mentioning HARMONICA LESSONS to SKYPE ID - benhewlettbenhewlett  Fine players of the harmonica include Big Walter, Little Walter, Sonny Terry, Sonnyboy Williamson Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, Stevie Wonder, Jason Ricci, Adam Gussow, Mick Jagger, Brian Jones, Magic Dick, Robert Plant, Steve Tyler, Taj Mahal, Kim Wilson, Charlie Musselwhite, Eric Clapton, Jimmy Reed, Larry Adler, Dave Gage, Furry  Lewis, John Popper, John Sebastian, Neil Young, Bruce Willis, Sugar Blue, William Clarke, Paul Delay, Tom Ball, Mark Hummel, Jerry Portnoy, JJ Milteaux, Rod Piazza, Gary Primich, Rob Paparozzi, Joel Osborne, Shakira Starr, Alanis Morisette, Bono, David Bowie, Darth Vader, John Mayall, John Gindick, Jonny Mars, John Lennon, Allman Brothers, JP Allen, Types of music to play to play on the harmonica: Blues, jazz, country, rock, bluegrass, folk, funk, classical, rock, hiphop, rnb, r and b, reggae, r'n'b Makers: hohner, seydel, suzuki ,hering, sonnyboysmusicstore.co.uk Models: Marine band, crossharp proharp crossover, big river, marine band deluxe, special twenty, special 20, pro-master, blues bender, golden melody, Richter tuned www.Playharmonica.co.uk  http://www.Twitter.com/benjaminhewlett http://www.Twitter.com/harmonicaworldx http://www.Twitter.com/sonnyboysmusic https://www.facebook.com/benhewlettharmonicatuition www.facebook.com/HarmonicaWorld www.facebook.com/SonnyboysMusicStore www.harmonicaworld.net http://sonnyboysmusicstore.myshopify.com www.youtube.com/benhewlettuk www.youtube.com/paullennonuk www.harpscool.co.uk www.bluesjamfactory.com www.benhewlett.com https://www.udemy.com/courses/search/?q=harmonica www.harmonica.co.uk http://www.playhohner.com/news/ben-hewletts-new-harmonica-school/ http://www.playhohner.com/instruments/harmonica/harmonica-education/literature/ http://www.playhohner.com/news/world-harmonica-festival-2013-workshops/ http://www.playhohner.com/news/new-videos-whf2013-sessions/
Views: 2638 Ben Hewlett
Lew Tabackin Interview by Monk Rowe - 1/17/1999 - NYC
 
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Saxophonist/flautist Lew Tabackin speaks about his influences and creating his own sound, jazz critics, playing the fourth saxophone chair, and the music of his wife, Toshiko Akiyoshi. Use of these materials by other parties is subject to the fair use doctrine in United States copyright law (Title 17, Chapter 1, para. 107) which allows use for commentary, criticism, news reporting, research, teaching or scholarship without requiring permission from the rights holder. Any use that does not fall within fair use must be cleared with the rights holder. For assistance, please contact the Fillius Jazz Archive, Hamilton College, 198 College Hill Road, Clinton, NY 13323.
Reggie Watkins Interview by Monk Rowe - 5/22/2018 - Utica, NY
 
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Trombonist Reggie Watkins talks about his career to date, which has included gigs with Maynard Ferguson, Jason Mraz, and a tribute to fellow trombonist Jimmy Knepper. Use of these materials by other parties is subject to the fair use doctrine in United States copyright law (Title 17, Chapter 1, para. 107) which allows use for commentary, criticism, news reporting, research, teaching or scholarship without requiring permission from the rights holder. Any use that does not fall within fair use must be cleared with the rights holder. For assistance, please contact the Fillius Jazz Archive, Hamilton College, 198 College Hill Road, Clinton, NY 13323. Visit the Fillius Jazz Archive Website https://www.hamilton.edu/jazzarchive