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The piano, a common keyboard instrument History[edit] Among the earliest keyboard instruments are the pipe organ, hurdy gurdy, clavichord and harpsichord. Keyboard instruments Keyboard instruments
The pianoforte, commonly abbreviated to piano,[1] is a musical instrument played using a keyboard. It is widely used in classical and jazz music for solo performances, ensemble use, chamber music and accompaniment and for composing and rehearsal. Although the piano is not portable and often expensive, its versatility and ubiquity have made it one of the world's most familiar musical instruments. The word piano is a shortened form of pianoforte (PF), the Italian word for the instrument (which in turn derives from the previous terms gravicembalo col piano e forte and fortepiano). The Italian musical terms piano and forte indicate "soft" and "strong" respectively,[3] in this context referring to the variations in sound volume the instrument produces in response to a pianist's touch on the keys: the greater the velocity of a key press, the greater the force of the hammer hitting the strings, and the louder the sound of the note produced. Piano Piano
Clavichord Clavichord History and use[edit] The clavichord was invented in the early fourteenth century.[1][2] In 1504, the German poem "Der Minne Regeln" mentions the terms clavicimbalum (a term used mainly for the harpsichord) and clavichordium, designating them as the best instruments to accompany melodies. The "Lépante" clavichord,[3] Musée de la Musique, Paris One of the earliest references to the clavichord in England occurs in the privy-purse expenses of Elizabeth of York, queen of Henry VII, in an entry dated August 1502: Item. The same day, Hugh Denys for money by him delivered to a stranger that gave the queen a payre of clavycordes.
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Organ Organ Non-piped organs include the reed organ or harmonium, which like the accordion and harmonica (or "mouth organ") use air to excite free reeds. Electronic organs or digital organs, notably the Hammond organ, generate electronically produced sound through one or more loudspeakers. Mechanical organs include the barrel organ, water organ, and Orchestrion. These are controlled by mechanical means such as pinned barrels or book music. Little Barrel organs dispense with the hands of an organist and bigger organs are powered in most cases by an organ grinder or today by other means such as an electric motor.
Booker T & The MG's - 'Time Is Tight' (from the 1968 lp 'Uptight')
Mishka - Above the bones: 3rd Eye Vision
How do you play reggae keyboard
The reggae keyboard is probably the hardest instrument in reggae music to get information on. It is almost an enigma; search results in Google or any other place on reggae keyboard does not reveal much. Here are 5 five questions about this amazing instrument that I’ve answered for you. 1. how to play reggae - 5 things You Should Know About The Reggae Keyboard how to play reggae - 5 things You Should Know About The Reggae Keyboard
How Are Keyboards Used in Reggae?
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Ansell Collins Ansell Collins (sometimes spelled Ansil or Ansel) is a Jamaican keyboard player, producer, and occasional singer. Born 1949 in Kingston, Jamaica.[1] Biography[edit] Roots reggae singer I Wayne was raised by his aunt and her husband Ansell Collins.[6] Albums[edit] Ansell Collins
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Double Barrel
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Only The Strong Survive
Revolutionaries - Post Mortem (InstraDub)
Double Barrel (HQ) |TOTP 29-04-1971
Monkey Spanner
Ain't That Lovin You
Power To The People
Ride Your Pony
In The Ghetto
Shocks of Mighty
Lonely Man Am I
Slavery Days
Interview Bob Marley and Tyrone Downie
A Quiet Place (ALA Johnny Dollar)
Give Me Some Light
Burning Love
Secret Weapon
My Best Girl
Just My Imagination
What A Confusion (Live)
Earl "Wire" Lindo (sometimes referred to as "Wya") is a Jamaican reggae musician, born 7 January 1953. He is a member of The Wailers and has collaborated with numerous reggae artists including Burning Spear. Biography[edit] Lindo can be heard on an album credited to the Impact All-Stars. Released in 1975, the album is a collection of dub tracks recorded at Randy's Studio 17.[1] Earl Lindo Earl Lindo
Earl 'Wire' Lindo Discography at Discogs
Tommy McCook Jamaica Bolero
Tommy McCook Green Mango
Tommy McCook (Earl Lindo) - White Rum - Treasure Isle records
More Ball
Biography[edit] He was born Donat Roy Mittoo in Browns Town, Saint Ann Parish, Jamaica, and began learning to play the piano when he was four under the tutelage of his grandmother. In the 1960s he was a member of The Skatalites, The Sheiks, The Soul Brothers, The Soul Vendors and Sound Dimension. Mittoo's compositions in this period included "Darker Shade of Black", "Feel Like Jumping", and "Baby Why". He played with Lloyd "Matador" Daley in 1968 and 1969. He emigrated to Toronto, Canada at the end of the 1960s. Jackie Mittoo Jackie Mittoo
Jackie Mittoo Discography at Discogs
Jackie Mittoo playlist
Who Done It
Jackie Mittoo - Keep On Dancing at Discogs
Evening Time
Choice Of Music
Midnight Special
Full Charge
Best By Request
In London
Night Of Love
Napoleon Solo
Hot Shot
Rock Steady Wedding
Whiter Shade of Pale
Mission Impossible
Winchester Cathedral
Hot Milk
Evening Time
One Step Beyond
Darker Shade Of Black
jackie mittoo, drum song
Love Is Blue
Hip Hug
Ram Jam
Tyrone Downie is a Jamaican keyboardist/pianist who is most known for his involvement as a member of Bob Marley and The Wailers.[1] He studied at Kingston College and joined The Wailers in the mid-1970s, making his recording début with the band on Rastaman Vibration, having previously been a member of the Impact All Stars.[2][3] He has also played with The Abyssinians, Beenie Man, Black Uhuru,[3] Buju Banton, Peter Tosh, Junior Reid,[1] Tom Tom Club, Ian Dury, Burning Spear, Steel Pulse, Alpha Blondy, Tiken Jah Fakoly and Sly & Robbie. He currently resides in France and is a member of the touring band of Youssou N'Dour, whose album Remember he produced.[2] Downie released the solo album Organ-D in 2001.[3] References[edit] Tyrone Downie
Tyrone Downie Discography at Discogs
Bob Marley Jam session with Tyrone & Carlton
Jahmark, PJ, Sly & Robbie, Tyrone Downie "Unity" (pt. 1)
Jahmark, PJ, Sly & Robbie, Tyrone Downie "Unity" (pt. 2)
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Third World
96° In The Shade
One Cold Vibe
Jah Glory
Tribal War
Third World Man
96 degrees in the shade
Feel A Little Better
Third World playlist
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Human Market Place
Satta Massagana
Rhythm of life
African Woman
Cool Meditation
Now That We've Found Love
Fret Not Thyself
Cold Sweat
Journey To Addis