Do you like Jazz? Follow us to La Macarena, El Centenario Park and La Merced: really special and beauty places in Bogotá. Learn about jazz history and listen music across Bogotan streets. Our service includes a expert guide on the urban history of Bogotá, a visit to a spectacular Jazz Bar, transport over different zones of the city, photographic armies and a beautiful surprise gift!
Erscheinungsdatum: 15.10.2014, Medium: Buch, Einband: Gebunden, Titel: Painted Jazz, Titelzusatz: Talking about Blue Note, Redaktion: Placke, Rainer, Illustrator: Rünger, Dietrich, Übersetzung: Lake, Caroline, Verlag: Jazzprezzo e.K., Sprache: Deutsch, Schlagworte: Jazz // Pop // Musik, Rubrik: Musik // Sonstiges, Seiten: 236, Informationen: 2 CDs, Gewicht: 2172 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
Experience everything that ‘The Big Easy’ has to offer on this unique total day tour. Dig into the delicious flavors that make New Orleans one of the USA’s top foodie destinations, enjoy some classy cocktails in the famous French Quarter and hear all about the origins of jazz before visiting a few of our favorite local jazz clubs. By the end of this all-encompassing tour, you’ll be hooked on gin and jazz and a bona fide expert on North America’s Mardi Gras city! This tour is a combination of three of our most popular tours, the New Orleans Food Tour, the New Orleans Cocktail Tour and the New Orleans Jazz Tour
Enjoy a typical French jazz concert by two European artists with classic Jazz songs in French, English and Spanish at a local café. First we will meet at bistrot Mazarin for a chat about Paris and a cosy moment.Then the concert will be held in Theatre de Nesle in the best area of Paris: Saint Germain des Près.We will play in a beautiful cave.We want you to feel cosy as our friends would be if we invited them, while listening to our set of songs, We will also give you tips on Paris and tell you stories about jazz music, how it arrived in France and some of the important french singers and musicians.
What better way to end an evening in Harlem than with some sightseeing and live jazz. When the lights go down on this famous NYC neighborhood, the immortal soulful sounds and rhythms of Duke Ellington, Lena Horne, Ella Fitzgerald and Miles Davis ring out. Highlights● Spend the evening in Harlem listening to some world-class jazz● Stroll across 125th Street, the heartbeat of Harlem, and walk uptown ● Two or three stops at our local pubs, clubs or restaurants to hear live jazz● The chance to mix and mingle like a local● Our local guides are friendly, passionate and knowledgeable about their community● See some historical landmarks, churches and learn about famous nightclubs of the past● We’ll make you feel like you’re in your own neighborhood
Harlem is the birthplace of jazz as we know it today! On this tour, you’ll experience and hear the soulful music that Harlem is world-famous for Ella Fitzgerald, Miles Davis and many other household names still have their music echoing throughout the city as performers pay tribute to these greats every day. What are you waiting for?Highlights● Live jazz concert, artistically directed by Craig Harris — a trombonist, composer, and longtime Harlem resident● Spend your Tuesday afternoon surrounded by cool jazz vibes● Our tour guides are locals who are friendly, passionate and knowledgeable about their community ● Visit the elegant Alhambra Ballroom and learn about its history● Enjoy a brief walk in the Mount Morris Park Historic District ● Visit Hotel Theresa, a vibrant mid-20th century center of African-American life
A musical showcase for more than 50 years with two concerts a day, 365 days a year. Few jazz clubs, and few music venues can boast such a great résumé as the Jamboree, a place that is already part of Barcelona’s cultural heritage.World jazz legends have take to the stage of this tiny venue in the plaça Reial and whole generations of musicians have honed their craft here before going on to triumph on five continents. Whether you want to enjoy classic jazz or the best in fusion music, you’ll find the best in live music behind the doors of this low-key venue. We’re sure you’ll fall in love with the Jamboree! This is borne out by the thousands of live jazz performances, millions of tickets sold and the rivers of ink that have flowed onto the pages of hundreds of publications about the club around the world.
Erscheinungsdatum: 01/1992, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Jazzin' about -- Fun Pieces for Flute, Autor: Wedgwood, Pam, Verlag: FABER & FABER, Imprint: Faber Edition: Jazzin' about, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: MUSIC // Songbooks // Musical Instruments // Woodwinds // Genres & Styles // Jazz // Printed Music // Unterhaltungsmusik // Popmusik // Partituren // Libretti // Liedtexte, Rubrik: Instrumentenkunde, Seiten: 23, Reihe: Faber Edition: Jazzin' about, Gewicht: 133 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
_____Boston was nothing like South Carolina. Up there, colored folks could go anywhere they wanted. Folks didn't wait for church to dress in their fancy clothes. Fancy was just life. Mama was a city girl . . . and now I was going to be one too.It's 1944, and in a small, Southern, segregated town, eleven-year-old Ella spends her summers running wild with her cousins and friends.But life isn't always so sunny.The deep racial tension that simmers beneath their town's peaceful facade never quite goes away, and Ella misses her mama - a beautiful jazz singer, who lives in Boston.So when an invitation arrives to come to Boston for a visit Ella is ecstatic - and the trip proves life-changing in more ways than one. For the first time, Ella sees what life outside of segregation is like, and begins to dream of a very different future.But her happiness is shattered when she returns home to the news that her classmate has been arrested for the murder of two white girls - and nothing will ever be the same again.A beautifully written and deeply moving story about finding and fighting for your place in the world.So many things about this book were brilliant. A beautiful, funny, dangerous tale of growing up in Jazz Age America, How High The Moon is essential reading, full of voices that must be heard. One of the best stories I've read in a long while Emma Carroll, author of Letters from the Lighthouse and Secrets of a Sun KingParsons, KarynKaryn Parsons is perhaps best known for her role as Will Smith's ditsy cousin Hilary Banks on NBC's The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. After leaving acting behind, Karyn went on to found and produce Sweet Blackberry, an award-winning series of children's animated films, to share stories about unsung black heroes in history, featuring narration from stars such as Alfre Woodard, Queen Latifah and Chris Rock. The serie has been screened on HBO and Netflix, and is enjoyed by schools and libraries across the USA. How High The Moon is Karyn's self-authored debut middle grade novel. She lives and works in New York.