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Emily Dejulio (2010) Singing at Z September 18 7-10PM

Sep 18 2010 7:00 pm

 

Time
September 18 · 7:00pm - 10:00pm
Location Z Food and Drink
860 Elm Street
Manchester, NH

emily

 

More Info
It's bound to be one jazzy night. Accompanied by Blake Leister on piano, this duo will not disappoint!

Come enjoy some stellar vocals and cool piano at Z Food and Drink in downtown Manch-Vegas. Oh yeah, and the food ain't bad either.



Can't make it or just can't get enough? Check out Emily & Blake on Sept. 11th AND 18th. More events like this to come!

The Hardcore Language Barrier/Divide

 

The Hardcore Language Divide

 

      I listen to weird music. I think that there is something good and worthwhile in hardcore music which is also commonly referred to as “screamo.” The point of this commentary is to first, define hardcore as a musical genre, second, talk about the language divide of singing styles and finally to then take our understanding of that divide and talk about why someone would want to scream their song instead of singing it. I also made a huge list of sub-genres with band lists, I highly recommend that if you want to hear more hardcore you start with those. Finding their music is as easy as plugging it into YouTube or googling the band's myspace/purevolume itself.

 

Video Clip of Brown Gleason Quintet at Chapel Arts

Video of Blue Skies by the Brown Gleason Quintet at the Chapel Arts Center

Brown-Gleason Quintet at the Chapel Arts Center

Brown-Gleason Quintet at the Chapel Arts Center

 

 

Grosse Fuge, Op. 133. played by the Borromeo Quartet

 Movement 4, Opus 133 by the Borromeo Quartet from NPR

 

At the link you can also find a Visitor's Guide to the Grosse Fugue and other introductory information on Beethoven from Nicholas Kitchen, the Borromeo Quartet's first violinist.

Lucubrations site translated into Music from Codeorgan

Hit play to hear this page

or go to Codeorgan and paste in lucubrations.org. Our main page sounds great.

We sound much cooler than http://www.anselm.edu or http://dbanach.com, for example.

Chapel Jazz: The Gleason Brown Quintet. Thursday April 29 7PM

Apr 29 2010 7:00 pm

Alva deMars Megan  Chapel Art Center

presents

Chapel Jazz

Junk Food Junky by Adam R. Albina


3:33 minutes (2.44 MB)

Here's a tune I wrote several years ago - it's a fun tune to play and was much fun to write.

Ivan and Alyosha

 I loved it from the moment I noticed this band's name.

Florence And The Machine Performs 'You've Got The Love'

Thanks Kathleen for getting me addicted to NPR First Listens.

 

This voice reminds me of Michelle Shocked if that means anything to you.

Jumba Jamba Happy Birthday


2:31 minutes (2.31 MB)

 Dana Nolan '11, Noelle Poremski '10, and Daniel Masterson create an original jungle-themed song to celebrate their dear friend Kathleen Masterson's day of birth. 

Inanis by Bridge


3:08 minutes (2.87 MB)

He rolls the ball up and he rolls the ball down.

P.S. 22 Chorus Sings Under the Milky Way

P.S. 22 Chorus Sings Under the Milkway

 

Sometimes when this place gets kind of empty
Sound of their breath fades with the light
I think about the loveless fascination
Under the Milky Way tonight

Lower the curtain down on Memphis
Lower the curtain down all right
I got no time for private consultation
Under the Milky Way tonight

CHORUS:
Wish I knew what you were looking for
Might have known what you would find
Wish I knew what you were looking for
Might have known what you would find

And it's something quite peculiar
Something shimmering and white
Leads you here despite your destination
Under the Milky Way tonight

CHORUS

Under the Milky way tonight..
Under the Milky Way tonight...

Video: 

Ut Solet Aer Purpureus Fieri by Bridge


3:52 minutes (3.56 MB)

qualis ab imbre solent percussis solibus arcus

inficere ingenti longum curvamine caelum;

in quo diversi niteant cum mille colores,

transitus ipse tamen spectantia lumina fallit

Ethelo by Bridge


6:09 minutes (5.65 MB)

Bridge cares about apathy.

Mora by Bridge


6:41 minutes (6.12 MB)

Bridge is not polished. It is theraputic journalism.

Katy Swiftpinkclarkgagaswiftson


1:11 minutes (1.09 MB)

This was a mix from my Tolstoy Lecture of Katy Perry,Kelly Clarkson, Pink, Taylor Swift, and Lady Gaga illustrating how they all used the same techniques of drving rhythm, suspended dominant chords, and vigorous autotuning. I claimed these all express the religion "Something is missing in my life and the yearning I feel fills my whole consciounsess, the whole world. If I could just get what I want (the boy, to dance, the cool car, etc. ), I would be complete and the world would be me."