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People Will Say Were In Love - Rita Reys - The Rita Reys Story (Songs Of A Lifetime) (CD)

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Broadway On Broadway - Concert Cast. Cool Heat - Helen Schneider. Dreamy - Loretta Ables Sayre. Insongniac - Tim Draxl. James Gillan - James Gillan. Fortunately he also has a deep artistic sensitivity--he doesn't have to go blazing around the keyboard for effect--and he can swing, something he's proved in each of his major label releases since the first one in This rare combination, together with this fine orchestra, makes his Gershwin program a clear, innovative and thoroughly enjoyable success.

By Dr. Judith Schlesinger - allaboutjazz. John - Plays Mac Rebennack: Vol. Friday, February 17, Latin jazz figure Ray Barretto dies. Grammy-winning percussionist had heart surgery earlier this month Ray Barretto, a Grammy-winning Latin jazz percussionist known for integrating the conga drum into jazz, died Friday, officials said. He was Barretto had undergone heart bypass surgery in January and suffered from pneumonia, said George Rivera, a friend and family spokesman. He died at Hackensack University Medical Center with his wife and two sons by his bedside.

The following year, Barretto was inducted into the International Latin Music Hall of Fame, and last month, he was named one of the National Endowment for the Arts' Jazz Masters ofthe nation's highest jazz honor. His album "Ricanstruction" is considered one of the classic salsa recordings. In the late s, he played in Tito Puente's band, and his popularity grew in the New York jazz scene. Pianist Chick People Will Say Were In Love - Rita Reys - The Rita Reys Story (Songs Of A Lifetime) (CD) The Ultimate Adventure and guitarist Charlie Hunter's Copperopolis made their first appearances on the Billboard jazz chart this week at numbers seven and eight.

The Ultimate Adventure, a suite based on the writings of Scientology founder L. Copperopolis is the latest album from Hunter and his trio, who blend jazz, funk, rock, and other influences. His bandmates are multi-instrumentalist John Ellis, who plays saxophone, Wurlitzer organ, and other instruments on this album, and drummer Derrek Phillips.

On the contemporary-jazz chart, Herbie Hancock's Possibilities remained at number one with Jamie Cullum's Catching Tales at number two. Rose Hall. Audiences who know these musicians in the context of the big band ensemble will have the rare opportunity to hear these individual soloists strut their stuff and perform their own compositions during Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra in Small Doses.

With two all-star rhythm sections led by Cyrus Chestnut and Mulgrew Miller, quintets made up of the soloists - Walter Blanding, Vincent Gardner, Victor Goines, Sherman Irby, Sean Jones, Ryan Kisor, Marcus Printup and Joe Temperley - from the critically-acclaimed orchestra will perform in this more intimate setting, showcasing their own style, technique and remarkable versatility. Rose Hall on Broadway at 60th Street.

Bruce Lundvall, President of Blue Note Records and Rudy Van Gelder, famed jazz recording engineer, will explore the history of the legendary jazz label with special guests. Boston's auspicious Berklee College of Music is home to four out of five members of the vocal jazz a cappella group, Vox One. Now, joined by fellow Berklee alum and bass singer Tom Baskett, the quintet has recorded their first CD in seven years: Pure Imagination, a collection of off-the-beaten track originals, covers and spontaneous improvs.

Deftly infusing elements of jazz, folk, gospel, blues and world music, a first-time listener of Vox One may be amazed to hear a variety of instruments such as drums, bass, horns, and guitar - all produced entirely by voices and voices only! Pure Imagination will be released on the Primarily A Cappella Records specialty label, and will be available via the Primarily A Cappella's vast online catalog, singers. Vox One were one of PAC Records first signings, and the label is eager to renew the group's relationship with a cappella listeners, who appreciate Vox One's intricate musical arrangements, inventive improvs,and unexpected reharmonizations.

Visit website allaboutjazz. The organizers said two weeks ago that contrary to initial expectations, the festival will take place at its traditional home, the Fair Ground Race Track, and its traditional time, the last weekend on April and the first weekend in May, despite the damage caused by Hurricane Katrina.

Not merely for entertainment, but to feed our souls. It is overwhelming how our musical family has rallied to our cause, especially the New Orleans musical mainstays, many scattered throughout the country, all committed to returning to be a part of the renewal of our spirit.

Major pop stars include Bob Dylan, Paul Simon, the Dave Matthews Band, and Lionel Richie; rhythm and blues great Fats Domino, a New Orleans native who was rescued from the city in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, is the featured performer and is pictured on the festival poster.

For more information and to buy tickets, visit www. By Ben Mattison playbillarts. Anat Cohen at the Jazz Standard. She has presence. From her first notes, she tells you who she is - and over time, she tells you where she's been in her life and travels. For the past six years, Anat has been a member of the Diva Jazz Orchestra www. Cohen is also an integral part of a group called Choro Ensemble, the only New York-based ensemble dedicated to the authentic instrumental choro tradition of Brazil.

The Hidden Land, the first album of new material recorded in the wake of a year off the road, is the logical extension of the Flecktones' recent activities. It makes sense to go back to the basics and start afresh. The Celtic motif that ran through the previous album may be gone, and though no guests appear on the new album, the same integrity that earmarked Little Worlds, with its host of outsiders, remains intact here.

You might criticize the group for not breaking any new ground here, but reinventing themselves is not the point here, reinvigorating themselves is. This group is often plagued by an impersonal distance on stage. However, this newest studio effort finds Bela Fleck and the Flecktones radiating a warm rapport that in turn generates music which is eminently accessible on its surface and endlessly fascinating below.

By Doug Collette - allaboutjazz. She also has an active teaching studio for cello and chamber music. Anahid Ajemian, violinist, did much to promote the work of American composers beginning in the s, giving frequent performances of new compositions together with her sister, the pianist Maro Ajemian, and touring the United States, Canada, and Europe.

Anahid was also a member of the Composers Quartet, and taught at Columbia University. George Avakian is an American record producer and executive known particularly for his work with Columbia Records, and his production of albums by Miles Davis and other notable jazz musicians. He was born in Armavir, Russian Federation, to Armenian parents. He attended Yale University, and became an avid collector and fan of jazz music. While still at Yale he was responsible for the first reissues Columbia put out arounddiscovering some unissued Louis Armstrong masters from his Hot Five and Hot Seven period in the process.

From about tohe was the manager of Keith Jarrett; before this, he managed the Charles Lloyd Quartet of which Jarrett was a member. After this, he largely retired from the record business and bred racehorses. He is a Knight of Malta and won the last Order of Lenin for creative lifetime achievement in He received the National Order of the Legion of Honour of France inand in received a Grammy Award for lifetime achievement. Composer, percussionist, and ethnomusicologist Anthony Brown has become a seminal figure in California contemporary creative music.

Sincehis San Francisco-based Asian American Orchestra has received international acclaim for blending Asian musical instruments and sensibilities with the sonorities of the jazz orchestra. Lewis, James Newton and the SF Symphony, and has received numerous grants, awards, fellowships and commissions including a Guggenheim Fellowship. Brown People Will Say Were In Love - Rita Reys - The Rita Reys Story (Songs Of A Lifetime) (CD) an M.

Cahill is particularly fascinated by how the early 20th-century American Sarah Cahill modernists have influenced composers working today. She has explored these musical lineages in numerous concert programs, the most ambitious being a three-day festival celebrating the centennial of Henry Cowell in For the centennial of Ruth Crawford Seeger, she commissioned seven composers, all women, to write short homage pieces, which she has performed at Merkin Hall, Dartmouth College, the Cincinnati Conservatory, and at Hampshire College in Amherst.

For another project, Playdate, she commissioned composers including Lois V Vierk and John Kennedy for a concert especially designed for children. She enjoys working closely with composers, musicologists, and scholars to prepare scores for performance. Lydia People Will Say Were In Love - Rita Reys - The Rita Reys Story (Songs Of A Lifetime) (CD), violin; Marka Gustavsson, viola; Katie Schlaikjer, cello is recognized on four continents as one of the finest string quartets on the international scene.

Winners of both the Banff International String Quartet Competition and the Naumburg Chamber Music Award, their performances are noted for their musical integrity, impassioned playing and lyrical finesse.

Highlights of the past years include tours of more than twenty countries and performances in major cities across the globe. The Colorado Quartet The Quartet regularly performs the complete Beethoven Quartets, most recently in Berlin, making them the first female quartet to have performed he Beethoven cycle in both North America and in Europe. Their critically acclaimed recordings of Beethoven, Schubert, Mendelssohn, Brahms and contemporary composers can be found on Parnassus, mode and Albany Records.

The Colorado Quartet commemorated its 20th anniversary in with a release of the first in a complete set of Beethoven Quartet recordings; the complete recordings of Beethoven Quartets are available on the Parnassus label. As founder and president of Meet the Composer, an organization dedicated to the creation, performance, and recording of music by American composers, he initiated countless landmark programs to advance American music and to aid American composers. More recently he has established the John Duffy Composers Institute, a fellowship for young composers of staged works as part of the Virginia Arts Festival.

Duffy grew up in the Bronx, one of fourteen children of Irish immigrant parents. As a young man, he studied composition with noted composers Aaron Copland, Henry Cowell, Luigi Dallapiccola, Solomon Rosowsky and Herbert Zipper concurrently with his career and early successes in the theater. He credits Rosowsky for insisting uncompromisingly on learning the craft of music and developing the discipline and patience necessary to the art. Duffy also People Will Say Were In Love - Rita Reys - The Rita Reys Story (Songs Of A Lifetime) (CD) composed distinguished concert music for a variety of commissions, among them: A Time for Remembrance cantata for soprano, speaker and orchestracommissioned by the U.

Josephine Gandolfi, a native of Boston, has pursued her interests in innovative new music for solo piano, chamber ensemble, accompanied choir, and solo voice since moving to the San Francisco Bay Area and forming musical collaborations with other performers and organizations of like interest.

With the latter ensemble she is featured soloist in a CD of concerti, chamber music, and piano solos by Germaine Tailleferre Helicon ; a CD of music by Henry Cowell mode including piano solos and chamber music; and a CD of music by Lou Harrison featuring his opera Rapunzel and chamber music New Albion People Will Say Were In Love - Rita Reys - The Rita Reys Story (Songs Of A Lifetime) (CD) She has served as a member of the piano faculties of Stanford and U.

Santa Cruz and as a member of the vocal accompanying staff at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, and in these positions has performed as recitalist with numerous singers and instrumentalists in new and traditional repertoire. Mezzo Soprano Wendy Hillhouse has achieved a versatility and mastery of diverse repertoire that is rare.

Her operatic career has encompassed performances with the Metropolitan Opera, the Glyndebourne Festival and most of the major American opera companies, as well as in Europe and Japan. Miss Hillhouse is an accomplished concert artist, having performed with the symphony orchestras of Boston, Seattle, Dallas, Pittsburgh, and Denver, and the Tanglewood, Cabrillo and Midsummer Mozart Festivals, as well as maintaining a busy schedule of Bay Area concert appearances.

Hillhouse has included American song and 20th and 21st Century repertoire in her performances throughout her career. Zachary Competition, and the Eleanor Steber Competition. In she was the first prize winner of the National Association of Teachers of Singing Artist Award, and consequently sang many recitals in the United States and Europe.

She is a member of the voice faculty and former co-chair of the Voice Department of the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. Sarah Holzman is a regular performer with symphony orchestras, opera companies, choruses, and chamber ensembles around the San Francisco Bay Area. Holzman is also a founding member of the Laurel Ensemble. Joel Sachs is the founder and director of the New Juilliard Ensemble—the chamber orchestra for new music at the renowned New York conservatory—and co-director of the internationally acclaimed new-music ensemble Continuum, Dr.

Sachs has appeared in hundreds of performances in New York, nationally, and internationally, throughout Europe, Asia, and Latin America. He has conducted the distinguished. He appeared with Continuum in Odessa in Apriland in Mongolia for the sixth time in June, In March he was be in residence at the Sibelius Academy in Helsinki.

He has been a regular delegate to Netherlands Music Days and other international music conferences. He is a graduate of Harvard College and received the M. He has published extensively on 19th and 29th century topics, including a book about Johann Nepomuk Hummel.

Sandra Soderlund is primarily an organist although she also performs on harpsichord and both modern and early piano. How Did They Teach? Soderlund is on the editorial board of the Early Keyboard Journal and teaches harpsichord and organ at Mills College in Oakland, California.

She has performed throughout the U. Pictured: Carla Kihlstedt. Fortunately, for those of us who prefer not to constantly bear People Will Say Were In Love - Rita Reys - The Rita Reys Story (Songs Of A Lifetime) (CD) weight of music history upon our shoulders, a spirit of exploration and experiment has come to define a musical tradition in America.

For that, I believe we are most indebted to Henry Cowell. Lineage and succession in music is often painted in broad strokes, describing aesthetic movements. Or else it is traced by the influence of one composer teaching another, as if learning to compose music were an apprenticeship akin to the repair of motor engines or the fabrication of chairs.

For the latter quality, every composer seems to accumulate influences in a different manner, and never so simply as program notes or artist statements might describe. Henry Cowell may have been fascinated by Irish myths, but of the millions of people and thousands of musicians who were familiar with those tales up untilnone had taken the opportunity to tell the story of Manaunaun in quite the way Cowell chose to do so. What brings about these moments of invention?

How does something so elemental as a tone cluster take such a clear artistic form? It is one thing to be influenced by personal contact, in the way that John Cage and Lou Harrison knew Cowell, as students.

Yet there are now four more generations of musicians who have come to know Cowell mostly, if not solely, through his works and publications. Among them are new music icons like Conlon Nancarrow, James Tenney, and Ben Johnston, more recently established composers such as Meredith Monk, Peter Garland and John Luther Adams, and countless aspiring artists, this writer included.

While many composers, over the course of their career, may wander through the use of electronics, draw inspiration from the music of other cultures, or explore unconventional instrumental techniques, very few can be found at the vanguard of so many unusual practices.

This is where Cowell seems always to be: the first of many. Inhe commissioned Leon Theremin to build the Rhythmicon, which would perform very difficult rhythms according to pitch relationships among the overtone series.

The force of those pianistic inventions have bred a shallow reputation for Cowell in historical surveys, as a bombastic inventor who later regressed to neo-Romanticism. But to be challenging, rebellious, or difficult does not in retrospect appear to have been his mindset exactly. As the title of his book, New Musical Resources, and his copious writings make clear, Cowell considered those inventions as mere tools for musical expression.

Later in his career, those specific tools became less prominent, and he focused more on counterpoint, polyharmony, and modal writing. His reputation seems to have suffered, possibly due, in a reflexive way, to his lack of conformity: he failed to parallel his earlier self.

But perhaps equally admirable is that he managed to create a feeling of community, not among like-minded individuals, but among highly individual minds. Cowell repaired that loneliness by articulating over and over again, in his concert programs, New Music Society publications, and journal articles, the importance of musical pioneers.

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9 thoughts on “People Will Say Were In Love - Rita Reys - The Rita Reys Story (Songs Of A Lifetime) (CD)

  1. Tim ter Bals - from the album "The Lady Strikes Again" not for profit, only for hobby and education about Rita Reys.

  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of "The Real Rita Reys" on Discogs.

  3. People Will Say We're In Love (Duet with Mathilde Santing) (Rodgers / Hammerstein) With Rita Reys (Vocal) and Trio Cor Baker - Cor Bakker (Piano) Ruud. Jacobs (Bass) Frits Landesbergen (Drums / Vibraphone) on tracks 2,5,6,9,11,13 and with Mathilde Santing (Vocal) on track With Rita Reys (Vocal) and Trio Lex Jasper - Lex Jasper (Piano.

  4. Rita Reys was long ago billed as "Europe's First Lady of Jazz." A legend overseas, Reys was one of the top jazz singers in Europe from the mid-'50s to the turn of the millennium. Born Maria Everdina Reys in Rotterdam, she began singing as a teenager. Reys won several song contests and in , when she was 16, joined the Hawaiian Minstrels.

  5. Rita Reys was long ago billed as "Europe's First Lady of Jazz."A legend overseas, Reys was one of the top jazz singers in Europe from the mid-'50s to the turn of the millennium. Born Maria Everdina Reys in Rotterdam, she began singing as a teenager. Reys won several song contests and in , when she was 16, joined the Hawaiian Minstrels. In she became a member .

  6. Rita Maria Everdina Reys. Dutch jazz singer. Born: 21 December in Rotterdam, Netherlands. Died: 28 July in Breukelen, Netherlands. The Jazz-diva has played with artists like Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers, Dizzy Gillespie, Chico Hamilton, Jimmy Smith, Zoot Sims, and many others. In she was dubbed "Europe's first lady of jazz.

  7. Sep 23,  · Rita Reys - Relax With Rita & Pim () Rita Reys - I Got Rhythm: Rare and Unissued Recordings () FLAC Rita Reys - The Cool Voice of Rita Reys No.2 (Remastered) (/).

  8. Reys publishing her life story Rita Reys, Lady Jazz, co-written by journalist Bert Vuijsje in And in August, she recorded a new album. And in August, she recorded a new album. Together with Peter Beets (piano), her brother-in-law Ruud Jacobs (bass) and recent Bird Award winner Martijn van Iterson (guitar), she recorded 14 tracks she had.

  9. Aug 11,  · John Fordham. Sun EDT. 2. 2. The Dutch singer Rita Reys, who has died aged 88, was perhaps too committed a cabaret artist in her later years to sustain the international jazz.

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