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Subtone

Subtone is an advanced technique of tone generation on woodwind instruments, particularly the saxophone and clarinet. It is often described as a soft, breathy timbre that is usually produced in the lowest range of the instrument with low volume.

Works on Canvas

Michael G. Nastos of AllMusic stated, "Blackman, more than a timekeeper but less a melodist like Max Roach, thankfully continues to grow and not sell out to more overtly commercial considerations. Her desire to be a jazz player is clear, and shes ...

No Time for Love Songs

No Time for Love Songs is the fourth studio album by American alternative country duo The Mastersons. It was released on March 6, 2020 under New West.

Yo quiero bailar

Yo quiero bailar meaning "I want to dance" in Spanish may refer to: Yo queiro bailar, a 2006 album by Los Sultanes Yo Queiro Bailar, a 2004 album by Canadian duo Tadros Yo quiero bailar song, a 2001 song Sonia & Selena for representing Spain in E ...

Saijiki (3776 album)

Saijiki is the second full-length studio album by Japanese Idol unit 3776, released on August 28, 2019. Before releasing this, 3776 had some songs about the four seasons in Japan. Producer Akira Ishida mixed these songs with some Japanese traditi ...

The Acid Elephant

The Acid Elephant is an EP from the Welsh stoner rock/doom band Acrimony. It was released in 1995 on Godhead Recordings. It contains four songs, two of which were on their previous album Hymns to the Stone and two of which would be re-recorded fo ...

Locked in

"Locked In" song, a 1986 song by Judas Priest Locked In film, a 2010 thriller drama "Locked In" House, an episode of the TV series Locked In album, a 1976 album by Wishbone Ash Lock In, a 2014 novel by John Scalzi

Saves the World (Muna album)

After supporting English singer Harry Styles during his 2017–2018 tour, the band took a hiatus until lead singer Katie Gavin concocted the opening verse of the song "Number One Fan" six months later, which intialized the albums songwriting proces ...

Neurotica

Neurotica may refer to: "Neurotica", song by Keziah Jones from Black Orpheus Limited Edition "Neurotica", song by Meshuggah from Chaosphere Neurotica band "Neurotica", song by Rush from Roll the Bones Neurotica magazine Beat era magazine "Neuroti ...

Jungle Queen

Jungle Queen may refer to: Jungle Queen, a cultivar of the Malaysian plant Alpinia purpurata Jungle Queen serial, a 1945 Universal movie serial Tarzans Peril, a 1951 film often shown under its alternate title Jungle Queen "Jungle Queen", a 1982 s ...

Iteration (disambiguation)

Iteration means the act of repeating in the contexts of mathematics, computing and project management, particularly software development. It can also refer to: Iterations, a 2002 collection of short stories by Canadian science fiction author Robe ...

Spin cycle

Spin cycle refers to the spinning wash cycle of a washing machine. Spin Cycle may also refer to: TNA Spin Cycle, a webcast forming part of TNA Today Spin Cycle: Inside the Clinton Propaganda Machine 1998, a book by Howard Kurtz The Spin*Cycle a d ...

Bittersweet (EP)

The EP was announced on March 25, 2016, with one song, "67, Cherry Red", being made available for streaming. The release of the EP features vinyl pressings on three different colors, Green, Blue, and Red, attributing to the songs "Green Like the ...

List of hymns for Pentecost

Hymns for Pentecost are hymns dedicated to the Christian feast of Pentecost, or Whitsun. Along with Christmas and Easter, it is a high holiday, dedicated to the Holy Spirit, or Holy Ghost. Hymns have been written from the 9th century to contemporary.

Novus

Novus Records, an American jazz record label Novus Partners, a portfolio intelligence platform for institutional investors Novus International, an animal health and nutrition company Novus Entertainment, a Canadian telecommunications company Novu ...

Kamancello II: Voyage

Kamancello II: Voyage is the second album of the Canadian duo Kamancello Raphael Weinroth Browne, cellist and Shahriyar Jamshidi, Kamanche player. This album has released as a self-published project in CD format in Canada and digitally worldwide. ...

IIM

IIM may refer to: Alternative name for Mexican pop group Flans for 2002 revival, from initials of names Ivonne, Ilse and Mimi IC Identification Module, a unit in some NXP formerly Freescale microprocessors IPTC Information Interchange Model, a st ...

Little House on the Prairie (disambiguation)

Little House on the Prairie is a series of American childrens novels by Laura Ingalls Wilder, or the media franchise based on it. Little House on the Prairie may also refer to:

You can run, but you cant hide

You can run but you cant hide may refer to: You Can Run But You Cant Hide, a book by Duane "Dog" Chapman You Can Run But You Cannot Hide International, a Christian youth ministry based in Minnesota You Can Run But You Cant Hide, a 1979 song by Th ...

Westworld (disambiguation)

Westworld TV series, 2016 HBO television series based on the 1973 film Westworld film, a 1973 film by Michael Crichton, which inspired the franchise Westworld soundtrack, soundtrack to the television series

Ken Myhr

Ken Myhr is a Canadian musician and composer. He is most noted for his work on the film The Accountant of Auschwitz, for which he won the Canadian Screen Award for Best Music in a Non-Fiction Program or Series at the 8th Canadian Screen Awards in ...

Sam Hartley Braithwaite

Sam Hartley Braithwaite was a British composer and artist. Braithwaite was born in Egremont, Cumberland. He trained at the Royal Academy of Music, studying piano, organ and clarinet, as well as composition with Frederick Corder An exact contempor ...

Ashley Irwin

Ashley Irwin is an Australian born composer, conductor, orchestrator, arranger and music producer. Irwin has composed, conducted, arranged, and orchestrated music for numerous movie soundtracks. He has collaborated with Clint Eastwood, Bill Conti ...

Ammammagarillu

Ammammagarillu is a 2018 Telugu family drama film directed by Sundar Surya. The film stars Naga Shourya and Shamili with Sumithra in an important role as the grandmother.

String Quartet No. 9

String Quartet No. 9 may refer to: String Quartet No. 9 Beethoven by Ludwig van Beethoven String Quartet No. 9 Shostakovich by Dmitri Shostakovich String Quartet No. 9 Spohr by Louis Spohr String Quartet No. 9 Milhaud, Op. 140, by Darius Milhaud ...

String Quartet No. 7

String Quartet No. 7 may refer to: String Quartet No. 7 Mozart by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart String Quartet No. 7 Schubert by Franz Schubert String Quartet No. 7 Rihm by Wolfgang Rihm String Quartet No. 7 Diamond by David Diamond String Quartet No. ...

String Quartet No. 6

String Quartet No. 6 may refer to: String Quartet No. 6 Schubert by Franz Schubert String Quartet No. 6 Diamond by David Diamond String Quartet No. 6 Porter by Quincy Porter String Quartet No. 6 McCabe, Silver Nocturnes, by John McCabe String Qua ...

1934 Temple Owls football team

The 1934 Temple Owls football team was an American football team that represented Temple University as an independent during the 1934 college football season. In its second season under head coach Pop Warner, the team compiled a 7–0–2 record in t ...

Piano Sonata No. 1

Piano Sonata No. 1 is the default title for a composers first piano sonata. Among many other works, it may refer to: Piano Sonata Berg, Op. 1, by Alban Berg Piano Sonata No. 1 Brahms, Op. 1, by Johannes Brahms Piano Sonata No. 1 Prokofiev, Op. 1, ...

Hall of the Mountain King

In the Hall of the Mountain King is an 1875 orchestral piece composed by Edvard Grieg. In the Hall of the Mountain King or Hall of the Mountain King may also refer to:

Dovre (disambiguation)

The word Dovre can refer to: Places in Norway: I Dovregubbens hall, the Norwegian title of In the Hall of the Mountain King, by Edvard Grieg Dovre Line, the main railway between Oslo and Trondheim Dovre Region, surrounding the Dovrefjell mountain ...

Passio (disambiguation)

Passio or Passio Domini Nostri is the Latin for a passion oratorio. Passio, Sergio Rendine Passio, Luis de Pablo born 1930 Passio, Krzysztof Penderecki Passio, Carlo Sturla Passio Caeciliae, by Marco Frisina born 1954 Passio Jesu Christi, Johann ...

Mahatma Gandhi Vidya Peetha, Bengaluru

Mahatma Gandhi Vidya Peetha, Bengaluru is an educational trust established in 1960 to provide educational services in the Bengaluru and its surrounding areas in the state of Karnataka in India. The trust runs the two education institutions: Dayan ...

Vellipomakey

Chandu Vishwak Sen is an animator from Warangal. Most of his friends have relationships and he doesnt have one. Shruthi Supriya, his colleague from work and they work in a project together. Before Chandu asks Shuthi out, she rejects him. He later ...

Piano Concerto No. 3

Piano Concerto No. 3 refers to the third piano concerto written by one of a number of composers: Piano Concerto No. 3 Liszt in E-flat major Op. posth., S.125a, c.1839 Piano Concerto No. 3 Tchaikovsky in E-flat major Op. posth. 75 by Pyotr Ilyich ...

Parable (disambiguation)

Parable, composition by Mark Bowden The Parable album, a 2017 album by the Jimmy Chamberlin Complex Parables oratorio, Robert Aldridge 2010 Parables, album by Tarrus Riley 2006 Parables, by Vincent Persichetti 1915-1987

Conjurer

Conjurer may refer to: Conjurer, a performer of magic Conjurer, someone who exercises evocation, the act of calling upon or summoning a spirit, demon, god or other supernatural agent, in the Western mystery tradition

All Blues (Ray Bryant album)

AllMusic reviewer Scott Yanow awarded the album 3 stars and said that "Bryant explores an impressive variety of blues styles and grooves, leaving listeners with a happy feeling."

Inscape (disambiguation)

Inscape is a literary and philosophical concept proposed by British poet Gerard Manley Hopkins. Inscape may also refer to: Three inscapes, a 1972 musical composition by Douglas Lilburn Inscape, a 1967 musical composition by Aaron Copland Inscape ...

List of triple concertos

Triple concertos are concertos for three solo instruments and orchestra, which have been composed from the Baroque period, including works by Corelli, Vivaldi, Bach and Telemann, to the 21st century, such as two works by Dmitri Smirnov. The most ...

Violin Concerto (disambiguation)

A violin concerto is a composition for violin and orchestra. Violin Concerto may also refer to: Violin Concerto Beethoven Violin Concerto Britten Violin Concerto Glass Violin Concerto Rorem Violin Concerto Strauss Violin Concerto Schoenberg Violi ...

Hallucination (disambiguation)

A hallucination is a perception in the absence of a stimulus. Hallucination may also refer to: Hallucinations short story, a 1997 science fiction horror short story by Junji Ito "Hallucination" short story, a 1985 science fiction short story by I ...

Plus-minus (disambiguation)

Plus–minus is a sports statistic used to measure a players impact on the game. Plus-minus, ±, or variants may also refer to: Plus–minus sign ±, a symbol used in mathematics and related fields Plus minus method, a geophysical method to interpret s ...

Fresco (disambiguation)

Fresco is a painting technique. Fresco may also refer to: Fresco Lindberg, a 1997 orchestral composition by Magnus Lindberg Fresco Jerry Rivera album, 1996 Fresco board game, 2010 game Fresco surname Fresco M People album, 1997 Fresco Stockhausen ...

Standchen

Standchen is the German word for a serenade in the form of a song addressed to a beloved. Songs with that title include: "Standchen", D 920 Schubert, part song for alto solo, chorus & piano "Standchen", D 889 Schubert "Hark! hark! the lark" "Stan ...

Frances Ziffer

Frances Ziffer was an American composer, conductor, and pianist. She attended the Peabody Institute and studied with Carl Friedberg and David Saperton. She was a music director for theater groups and wrote lyrics or composed music for at least fi ...

Op. 44

In music, Op. 44 stands for Opus number 44. Some compositions assigned this number: Mendelssohns String Quartet No. 3 in D major, String Quartet No. 4 in E minor, and String Quartet No. 5 in E♭ major Saint-Saenss Piano Concerto No. 4 in C minor S ...

Shoichiro Hokazono

Shoichiro Hokazono is a euphonium player and soloist. He most notably played with the Central Band of the Japanese Air Self-Defense Force and plays on euphoniums made by Besson.

Yesterdays Dreams (Alphonso Johnson album)

Yesterdays Dreams is an album by American jazz guitarist Alphonso Johnson released in 1976 on Epic Records. The album reached No. 28 on the Billboard Jazz Albums chart.

Sanchakou

Sanchakou may refer to: Sanchakou, a traditional Chinese opera based on an episode from the Generals of the Yang Family saga Divergence film, a 2005 Hong Kong film with this Chinese title