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Beliebte Stücke von Duke Ellington bis Robbie Williams Mit diesem Band in der Reihe "Klavier spielen - mein schönstes Hobby" legt Hans-Günter Heumann eine Sammlung von 30 Jazz- und Popstücken vor, die jeden jungen und jung gebliebenen Klavierspieler begeistern. Die Begleit-CD zum Anhören oder Mitspielen beinhaltet die Klavierstimme aller Stücke, eingebettet in fetzige Band-Arrangements. Inhalt: The Easy Winners (S. Joplin) Jelly Roll Morton Blues (F. "Jelly Roll" Morton) See See Rider (Ma Rainy) Georgia On My Mind (H. Carmichael/S. Gorrell) C Jam Blues (D. Ellington) Body And Soul (J. Green E. Heyman R. Sour F. Eyton) In The Mood (J. Garland A. Razaf) Bossa Nova U. S. A. (D. Brubeck) Take Five (P. Desmond) Watermelon Man (H. Hancock) Careless Love (Trad. ) Deep River (Trad. ) Oh When The Saints Go Marching In (Trad. ) St. James Infirmary (Trad. ) Oh, Happy Day (Trad. ) Rock My Soul (Trad. ) Amazing Grace (Trad. ) Guantanamera (J. Fernandez Diaz J. Marti) Matilda (Trad. ) Morning Has Broken (Trad. ) The Tide Is High (J. Holt H. Barrett T. Evans B. Padley J. Godfrey) Give a Little Bit (R. Davies R. Hodgson) Knockin' On Heaven's Door (B. Dylan) Layla (E. Clapton J. Gordon) Hello (L. Richie) Blue Eyes (E. John G. Osbourne) You're So Vain I Will Always Love You (Whitney Houston) Torn (A. Preven S. Cutler P. Thonalley) Eternity (R. Williams G. Chambers) · ISBN: 978-3795758080 · Instrument: Klavier · Autor: Hans-Günther Heumann · Bindung: Softcover · Format: 21,0 x 29,7 cm (DIN A4) · Seitenanzahl: 96 · Sprache: Deutsch · Erscheinungsjahr: 2007 · inkl.: Notenbuch

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O. C. Smith
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. O.C. Smith (June 21, 1932 November 23, 2001) was an American musician. Born Ocie Lee Smith in Mansfield, Louisiana, Smith moved with his parents to Little Rock, Arkansas, before their divorce saw Smith and his mother move to Los Angeles, California. After completing a psychology degree at Southern University, Smith joined the Air Force, and served throughout the U.S., Europe and Asia. While in the Air Force, Smith began entering talent contests and toured with Horace Heidt. After his discharge in July 1955, Smith went into jazz music to pay the bills. Smith gained his first break as a singer with Sy Oliver and made an appearance on Arthur Godfrey''s Talent Scouts. His success on that show led to a recording contract with Cadence Records.

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