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African Playground, 1 Audio-CD
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Die frischgebackene UNICEF-Repräsentantin Angélique Kidjo zeigt, dass Fröhlichkeit nicht vom Besitz materieller Dinge abhängt. Im lockeren Reggaegewand bringen Them Mushrooms einen sehr populären Song aus Kenia. Gleich viermal gibt es Kinderliedgut aus Südafrika: Die legendären Mahotella Queens stellen die Urversion von "The Lion Sleeps Tonight" vor, Township Jazz verpackt in ein Tanzlied gibt es von Aura Msimang. Dr.Victor nimmt uns auf eine poppige Reise durch seine Heimat mit und Bakithi Kumalo zieht den Hut vor den Zulu-Heilerinnen. Aus dem Kongo swingt es mit dem Soukouss-Star Mose Fan Fan, der Ex-Sideman von Youssou N'Dour, Vieux Diop stellt eine funkige Dance-Nummer vor. Tarika Sammy, die Vorläufer der madagassischen Supergruppe Tarika und die charmante Tete Alhiuho von den Kapverden repräsentieren die Inselkulturen, während Babá Ken Okulolo dem Juju frönt und der Exil-Ugander Samite den Kleinen das Daumenklavier vorstellt. Ein wunderschönes Beispiel eines äthiopischen Kinderliedes schließlich singt Seleshe Damassae.Nachdem mit World Playground 1 & 2 zwei solide Grundsteine für das Putumayo-Kinderprogramm gelegt wurden, gingen die New Yorker im Jahr 2002 mit Latin Playground erstmals erfolgreich ins Detail. Und nun endlich werden die kleinen und kleinsten Musikfans ganz sachte und vergnüglich an den musikalischen Reichtum Afrikas herangeführt. Und Erwachsene ebenso!wieder mit deutschsprachigen Einführungstexten

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Soul Safari Presents Township Jive & Kwela Jazz...
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Chester Township, New Jersey
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Chester Township is a township in Morris County, New Jersey, United States. As of the United States 2000 Census, the township population was 7,282, (2008 estimate 7,761).Chester Township is an affluent community in Morris County, about 45 minutes west of New York City. It comprises Victorian style homes and palatial estates, new and old. Throughout the year there are craft fairs, Victorian house tours during the holiday season, jazz concerts in downtown park, and much more. It was established by an Act of the New Jersey Legislature on April 1, 1799 from portions of both Roxbury Township and Washington Township, based on the results of a referendum held that day. Additional territories were acquired from Randolph Township (in 1806) and Washington Township (1840 and 1853). Portions of the township were taken on April 3, 1930 to form Chester Borough, a separate municipality surrounded entirely by Chester Township.

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Yearning
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As an American jazz artist and educator based in South Africa since 1999, this is one in a set of pieces that reflect my musical and other experiences in this fascinating country. Yearning – Ukulangazelela was first recorded on my CD Beauty and the Blues (MMC2045J) with jazz greats Billy Hart, Rufus Reid and Tom McKinley. The piece was inspired by the many great African musicians I’ve come to know from my travels to South Africa beginning in 1989. Yearning also appears on the 2007 release of Common Ground (MSRJazz1207) in duo format with pianist Micu Narunsky. Yearning – Ukulangazelela is dedicated to Barney Rachabane, one of my heroes of South African jazz who also has a very individual saxophone style. Barney has an incredible reputation as one of the most exciting, inventive and humorous (in a good way) players of township, kwela and mbaquanga based jazz. I’ve had the pleasure to play with Barney on many occasions and to also interview him regarding his approach (which is very different from my own) to playing the saxophone and jazz in general. As in all African music, the voice or vocal approach to playing and performance is a central ingredient. Outward vocal based expressions of emotion are part of African daily life. This really hit home when I asked Barney about his approach to music and the saxophone. He remarked that his approach was based on Ukulangazelela - a human cry & yearning “ ’cause (under former times) we had no gigs, no places to play, no nothing under apartheid.” Performance Tips The reverent folk-like melody at letter A is repeated at letter B a tri-tone away. It’s important to bring out the melody in Part 3 at letter C. Stylistically this arrangement is reminiscent of 3/4 modal type jazz from the Hard Bop period (mid 1950s) and of the John Coltrane Quartet with McCoy Tyner, Jimmy Garrison and Elvin Jones. The solo background in all parts should only be played on the last chorus of each solo; be careful not to overpower the soloist. Yearning – Ukulangazelela; a cry and yearning for a better world we hope to live in. Right on Barney! Instrumentation: 3 melody instruments, piano, guitar, double bass, percussion

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Standing at the Scratch Line
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Raised in the steamy bayous of New Orleans in the early 1900s, LeRoi 'King' Tremain, caught up in his family's ongoing feud with the rival DuMont family, learns to fight. But when the teenage King mistakenly kills two white deputies during a botched raid on the DuMonts, the Tremains' fear of reprisal forces King to flee Louisiana. King thus embarks on an adventure that first takes him to France, where he fights in World War I as a member of the segregated 369th Battalion—in the bigoted army he finds himself locked in combat with American soldiers as well as with Germans. When he returns to America, he battles the Mob in Jazz Age Harlem, the KKK in Louisiana, and crooked politicians trying to destroy a black township in Oklahoma. King Tremain is driven by two principal forces: He wants to be treated with respect, and he wants to create a family dynasty much like the one he left behind in Louisiana. This is a stunning debut by novelist Guy Johnson that provides a true depiction of the lives of African-Americans in the early decades of the twentieth century.

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Yearning
31,90 € *
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As an American jazz artist and educator based in South Africa since 1999, this is one in a set of pieces that reflect my musical and other experiences in this fascinating country. Yearning – Ukulangazelela was first recorded on my CD Beauty and the Blues (MMC2045J) with jazz greats Billy Hart, Rufus Reid and Tom McKinley. The piece was inspired by the many great African musicians I’ve come to know from my travels to South Africa beginning in 1989. Yearning also appears on the 2007 release of Common Ground (MSRJazz1207) in duo format with pianist Micu Narunsky. Yearning – Ukulangazelela is dedicated to Barney Rachabane, one of my heroes of South African jazz who also has a very individual saxophone style. Barney has an incredible reputation as one of the most exciting, inventive and humorous (in a good way) players of township, kwela and mbaquanga based jazz. I’ve had the pleasure to play with Barney on many occasions and to also interview him regarding his approach (which is very different from my own) to playing the saxophone and jazz in general. As in all African music, the voice or vocal approach to playing and performance is a central ingredient. Outward vocal based expressions of emotion are part of African daily life. This really hit home when I asked Barney about his approach to music and the saxophone. He remarked that his approach was based on Ukulangazelela - a human cry & yearning “ ’cause (under former times) we had no gigs, no places to play, no nothing under apartheid.” Performance Tips The reverent folk-like melody at letter A is repeated at letter B a tri-tone away. It’s important to bring out the melody in Part 3 at letter C. Stylistically this arrangement is reminiscent of 3/4 modal type jazz from the Hard Bop period (mid 1950s) and of the John Coltrane Quartet with McCoy Tyner, Jimmy Garrison and Elvin Jones. The solo background in all parts should only be played on the last chorus of each solo; be careful not to overpower the soloist. Yearning – Ukulangazelela; a cry and yearning for a better world we hope to live in. Right on Barney! Instrumentation: 3 melody instruments, piano, guitar, double bass, percussion

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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Standing at the Scratch Line
16,50 € *
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Raised in the steamy bayous of New Orleans in the early 1900s, LeRoi 'King' Tremain, caught up in his family's ongoing feud with the rival DuMont family, learns to fight. But when the teenage King mistakenly kills two white deputies during a botched raid on the DuMonts, the Tremains' fear of reprisal forces King to flee Louisiana. King thus embarks on an adventure that first takes him to France, where he fights in World War I as a member of the segregated 369th Battalion—in the bigoted army he finds himself locked in combat with American soldiers as well as with Germans. When he returns to America, he battles the Mob in Jazz Age Harlem, the KKK in Louisiana, and crooked politicians trying to destroy a black township in Oklahoma. King Tremain is driven by two principal forces: He wants to be treated with respect, and he wants to create a family dynasty much like the one he left behind in Louisiana. This is a stunning debut by novelist Guy Johnson that provides a true depiction of the lives of African-Americans in the early decades of the twentieth century.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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