Eliza Doolittle Eliza is a Cockney flower girl, who comes to Professor Henry Higgins asking for elocution lessons, after a chance encounter at Covent Garden. Higgins goes along with it for the purposes of a wager: That he can turn her into the toast of elite London society. History The part of Eliza was originally played by Mrs Patrick Campbell, at that time the most famous actress on the London stage but considered by many to be far too old for the role. The unprecedented use of the word "bloody" - as a scripted intensive - caused a sensation when Campbell delivered it. Martine McCutcheon infamously played the role in the 2001 London revival of My Fair Lady.
Below are links to some of the highlights from the jazz.com blog. Life on the Road: The Journal of a Traveling Jazz Musician: Frøy Aagre’s three-part article may be the most insightful account you will ever read about the realities of road life for most jazz musicians. It is not a pretty picture, but it was a story that very much needed to be told. Jazz and Hip-Hop: Can They Really Mix? Jared Pauley presented a smart mini-history of the courtship between jazz and hip-hop in this two-part article.
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Posted by Popjustice on Apr 03 2014 at about 15:01 Very promising, Island Records-signed men of music Prides (L-R: T-Shirt Pride, Jumper Pride, Shirt Pride) are basically Chvrches meets Bastille and they make songs like this. We’re not here to discuss the band’s own tunes though, because they’ve sent a mixtape thing over. ‘SloJamz Mixtape #3′, they call it.
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