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Dewan Filharmonik Petronas
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Dewan Filharmonik Petronas is Malaysia''s first purpose built concert hall for classical music by Malaysia''s oil company, Petronas. It is the home of the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra. Since then, this hall has hosted many of the world''s leading artists and orchestras. DFP also presents international jazz performances as well as traditional Malaysian music and dance cultural productions. Through its wide variety of musical presentations, it provides significant cultural enrichment opportunities for all Malaysians to experience.

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Fred Stone (Musician)
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Fred Stone (sometimes given as Freddie Stone) (9 September 1935 - 10 December 1986) was a Canadian flugelhornist, trumpeter, pianist, composer, writer, and music educator. He worked as a soloist within both the classical and jazz repertoires from the 1950s through the early 1970s, notably appearing in concerts with the Duke Ellington Orchestra, the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, the Cleveland Orchestra, the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, the Ottawa Symphony Orchestra, and the San Diego Symphony. Between 1971 and 1983 he mainly focused on his work as a composer and teacher, making only periodic public performances. In 1984 he resumed actively performing when he formed "Freddie's Band", a jazz ensemble in residence at the Music Gallery in Toronto. He performed with this group up until his death two years later.

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Rudolph Dunbar
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Rudolph Dunbar (1907 June 10, 1988) was a Guyanese conductor, clarinetist, and composer. Dunbar was born in Nabaclis, British Guiana. He studied at the Institute of Musical Art (now Juilliard). While in New York he was also involved with the Harlem jazz scene. In 1925 Dunbar moved to Paris where he studied conducting with Philippe Gaubert, composition with Paul Vidal, and the clarinet with Louis Cahuzac. He published Treatise on the Clarinet in 1939 which became a standard text about the instrument. Dunbar became the first black man to conduct the London Philharmonic in 1942 at a concert in the Royal Albert Hall, London. In September 1945 he conducted the Berlin Philharmonic at the invitation of music director Leo Borchard, performing William Grant Still's Afro-American Symphony before Allied servicemen. He also conducted orchestras in Russia and Poland. He championed the music of other black composers, particularly Still. Dunbar had played alongside Still in the Harlem Orchestra around 1924, and the autograph of Still's Festive Overture of 1944 is dedicated "To my dear friend, Rudolph Dunbar".

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Dewan Filharmonik Petronas
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Dewan Filharmonik Petronas is Malaysia''s first purpose built concert hall for classical music by Malaysia''s oil company, Petronas. It is the home of the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra. Since then, this hall has hosted many of the world''s leading artists and orchestras. DFP also presents international jazz performances as well as traditional Malaysian music and dance cultural productions. Through its wide variety of musical presentations, it provides significant cultural enrichment opportunities for all Malaysians to experience.

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Rudolph Dunbar
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Rudolph Dunbar (1907 June 10, 1988) was a Guyanese conductor, clarinetist, and composer. Dunbar was born in Nabaclis, British Guiana. He studied at the Institute of Musical Art (now Juilliard). While in New York he was also involved with the Harlem jazz scene. In 1925 Dunbar moved to Paris where he studied conducting with Philippe Gaubert, composition with Paul Vidal, and the clarinet with Louis Cahuzac. He published Treatise on the Clarinet in 1939 which became a standard text about the instrument. Dunbar became the first black man to conduct the London Philharmonic in 1942 at a concert in the Royal Albert Hall, London. In September 1945 he conducted the Berlin Philharmonic at the invitation of music director Leo Borchard, performing William Grant Still's Afro-American Symphony before Allied servicemen. He also conducted orchestras in Russia and Poland. He championed the music of other black composers, particularly Still. Dunbar had played alongside Still in the Harlem Orchestra around 1924, and the autograph of Still's Festive Overture of 1944 is dedicated "To my dear friend, Rudolph Dunbar".

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Bird (DVD)
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Das Jahr 1946. Das Ereignis: Oaklands 'Jazz at the Philharmonic'. Auf der Bühne steht Charlie Parker, im Publikum der 16-jährige Clint Eastwood. Über 40 Jahre später schuf der Erfolgsproduzent und...

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Bobby McFerrin - Jazz and the Philharmonic
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Wynton Marsalis
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Marsalis was born to Dolores and Ellis Marsalis, Jr., a New Orleans-based music teacher and pianist. He is the second of six sons: Branford (1960), Wynton (1961), Ellis III (1964), Delfeayo (1965), Mboya Kinyatta (1971), and Jason (1977). Branford, Delfeayo, and Jason are also jazz musicians. Ellis is a poet, photographer and network engineer based in Baltimore. Mboya was born with autism. At an early age Marsalis demonstrated an aptitude and interest for music. Al Hirt gave a six-year-old Marsalis his first trumpet. At age eight he performed traditional New Orleans music in the Fairview Baptist Church band led by banjoist, Danny Barker. At fourteen he was invited to perform with the New Orleans Philharmonic. During his high school years attending Benjamin Franklin High School, Marsalis was a member of the New Orleans Symphony Brass Quintet, New Orleans Community Concert Band, under the direction of Peter Dombourian, New Orleans Youth Orchestra, New Orleans Symphony and on weekends he performed in a jazz band as well as in the popular local funk band, the Creators.

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Valentina Tolkunova
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Valentina Tolkunova was a Soviet and Russian singer and was bestowed the title of Honored Artist of RSFSR (1979) and People's Artist of RSFSR (1987). Her performances exhibited a kindhearted mood and sincerity, and her voice was noted for its clarity.At age 18 Valentina Tolkunova entered Moscow State University. In 1966 she became a member of Yury Saulsky's jazz band VIO-66 as a soloist and jazz singer. In 1971 she graduated from the Gnessin State Musical College and recorded songs for the TV film Den' za Dnem (Day After Day), the second film in the Chicken Soup with Barley trilogy. 1972 was Tolkunova's breakthrough year, due to a noted performance of songs by Vladimir Shainsky, and marked the beginning of a successful career in radio and TV. In 1973 she began a busy collaboration with the Moscow Philharmonic Concert Association (Moskonzert), and in 1989 she founded and became the director of her own theatre. Over a thirty-year recording career, Valentina Tolkunova released at least thirteen albums. She also won many awards in Soviet republics and was a 23-time winner of the "Song of the Year" competition on television.

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