This video features Steve Lynnworth & Andy Argondizza. Gypsy Rhumba was written by Steve Lynnworth. Unfortunately Andy's name was misspelled in the credits and he was mistakenly credited for the tune. Sorry about that!
Recorded during the staff recital series held at The International Brass Band Summer School 2014 hosted at Swansea University. For more information on the school please visit www.ibbss.com. Gypsy Earrings is by nationalistic composer, Ardeshir Farah. This setting was done by Ryan McGeorge, and is for two euphoniums and rhythm section (bass, piano, drums).
http://www.shakira.com - Here's a little film featuring Ravish Momin and Rajesh Bhandari, the two percussionists who performed alongside Shakira when she debuted her new single, Gypsy, on US TV at the end of 2009. Enjoy! http://es.shakira.com En el siguiente vídeo les presentamos a los dos percusionistas índios que ponen su sonido al próximo single de Shakira: Gypsy.
On April 21, 2013, the first class of the University of Southern California Thornton School of Music's Popular Music program performed a free showcase on Sunday, April 21 at The Troubadour. Their list of accomplishments continues to grow. Students have secured recording and publishing contracts, won competitions, released well-regarded EPs and albums, placed songs in films and television, launched successful national tours and received a Latin Grammy Award nomination.
Flower duet from Lakmé by Léo Delibes arr. Adam Frey Gypsy Earrings by Ardeshir Farah arr. Ryan McGeorge Euphoniums: Mark Glover, Kang Chun Meng Piano: Andren Koh Percussions: Julia Tan, Bai JiaXing
Raised by musical parents, George Morris was born to write and perform music. He began making an impact on the Detroit music scene in the mid 2000's with the Satin Peaches. In mid-2013, Morris, along with the Peaches bassist, Aaron Nelson got together with Helena Kirby (keyboard) and Zach Pliska (drums) to form the current line-up, George Morris & the Gypsy Chorus. Each member of the group is a seasoned musician and together their recordings and performances are captivating and timeless. With this solid lineup, George Morris is now ready to continue his musical quest with renewed spirituality, passion and a zest for finding the perfect musical soundtrack for our human experience. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations) Learn more about TEDxDetroit at http://TEDxDetroit.com
Get Tickets to A BRONX TALE: http://www.broadway.com/shows/bronx-tale/ A BRONX TALE'S Bobby Conte Thornton tells tales of clogged toilets, twerking and his adorable baby face in this round of Never Have I Ever.
Marion Meadows Performs Treasures Live at Thornton Winery
A performance from the International Euphonium & Tuba Festival 2014 held at Emory University, Atlanta during June 2014. The soloists are David Thornton & Adam Frey and Caryl Conger is the pianist. Two Part Invention (Philip Sparke) Two-Part Invention Bob and Nick Childs asked the composer for a short piece for a concert in the autumn of 1989. The work falls into two sections (requested by the soloists). The first is a slow and dreamy arietta, in which both soloists present their own, contrasting tunes which later combine. A short flourish leads to an Allegro Vivo where the players get a chance to show of their virtuoso techniques. (Taken from www.philipsparke.com)