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Animated Sheet Music: "Giant Steps" by John Coltrane

Animated Sheet Music: "Giant Steps" by John Coltrane
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Billie Holiday » The Official Website of Billie Holiday Standard de jazz Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Pour les articles homonymes, voir Standard. Tous les standards de jazz n'ont pas été écrits par des compositeurs de jazz. Beaucoup sont des chansons populaires de Tin Pan Alley, des airs de Broadway ou de comédies musicales hollywoodiennes, qui font partie du Great American Songbook[1]. Avant 1920[modifier | modifier le code] Au début du 20e siècle, le jazz est encore considéré comme une musique de danse. Les années 1920[modifier | modifier le code] Le Jazz Age débute aux États-Unis dans les années 1920. Il faudra cependant attendre les années 1930 pour que les musiciens de jazz se sentent à l'aise avec les mélodies complexes et les grilles harmoniques sophistiquées des airs de Broadway, et qu'ils les utilisent régulièrement dans leurs répertoires[6]. Les années 1930[modifier | modifier le code] Les années 1940[modifier | modifier le code] Les années 1950 et au-delà[modifier | modifier le code] Grands standards de jazz[modifier | modifier le code]

Bob James feat. Harvey Mason solo on drums (live, 1985) Adrian Belew The pristine footage predates Stop Making Sense. Here’s some excellent — and essential — Friday viewing: a complete, 80-minute Talking Heads concert from 1980 that was shot on multiple cameras. As our friends at Dangerous Minds point out, this show is from the Remain in Light tour, which featured an “Afro-funk orchestra” and guitar god Adrian Belew. The show was held at the Capitol Theatre in Passiac, New Jersey, one of the few mid-sized concert halls equipped with a multi-camera video system at the time. Watch the video below via the Music Vault, a site that has remastered and uploaded thousands of old concert videos. The setlist follows.

Vikings – Watch Online | Full Episodes on History Season five begins with Ivar the Boneless asserting his leadership over the Great Heathen Army, while Lagertha reigns as Queen of Kattegat. Ivar’s murder of his brother Sigurd sets the stage for vicious battles to come as Ragnar’s sons plot their next moves after avenging their father’s death. Bjorn follows his destiny into the Mediterranean Sea and Floki who is suffering from the loss of his wife Helga, takes to the seas submitting himself to the will of the Gods. This season is full of startling alliances and unbelievable betrayals as the Vikings fight to rule the world. Get the new Vikings VR app. Read the latest Vikings news. Learn more about the series Real Vikings, which sees actors Clive Standen (starring in Global's Taken), Katheryn Winnick and others joining the world’s top experts at key Viking sites.

Marcus Miller - Frankenstein (Live) Download 30 bewildering gigabytes of music cassettes from the experimental 1980s underground Download 30 bewildering gigabytes of music cassettes from the experimental 1980s underground Today, the concept of putting your music on cassette tapes seems quaint, but in 1985, cassettes were the primary medium of exchange for those creating original material in the experimental music underground. At the Internet Archive, you can access a trove of 30 gigabytes of underground music dating from the mid-1980s to the mid-1990s that originally had been committed to cassette and distributed in that form. According to the information provided with the archive, the genres include “tape experimentation, industrial, avant-garde, indy, rock, diy, subvertainment and auto-hypnotic materials.” However, a good portion of the archive “defies category, and has therefore not been given one.” If you want to download the entire archive, you can do so here, although it comes with a warning that this is a “very inefficient way to browse this collection.”

Nanoscribe Will Sell a Micro 3-D Printer That Creates Tiny Structures in Seconds Nanoscribe, a spin-off from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology in Germany, has developed a tabletop 3-D microprinter that can create complicated microstructures 100 times faster than is possible today. “If something took one hour to make, it now takes less than one minute,” says Michael Thiel, chief scientific officer at Nanoscribe. While 3-D printing of toys, iPhone covers, and jewelry continues to grab headlines (see “The Difference Between Makers and Manufacturers”), much of 3-D printing’s impact could be at a much smaller scale. Micrometer-scale printing has shown promise for making medical and electronic devices. Thiel says it should be possible to speed up his company’s microprinting technique even more in the future. Printing microstructures with features a few hundred nanometers in size could be useful for making heart stents, microneedles for painless shots, gecko adhesives, parts for microfluidics chips, and scaffolds for growing cells and tissue.

Brass Jaw 'Wake Up' Live at Glasgow Jazz Festival Robert Wyatt - Marcus O’Dair - Le Castor Astral Different every time Biographie Traduit de l’anglais par Pauline Firla et Louis Moisan Ce livre offre des entretiens exclusifs avec un des derniers génies du rock. Marcus O’Dair a en effet rencontré Robert Wyatt à de nombreuses reprises afin de signer la première biographie autorisée et de référence. Accompagné de photographies rares, Robert Wyatt – Different Every time explore l’univers d’un artiste complexe qui a connu la gloire avec Soft Machine, Jimi Hendrix et Matching Mole, qui a travaillé avec les plus grands noms de la musique, Brian Eno, David Gilmour, Nick Mason, Franz Ferdinand, et qui connaît une carrière solo hors du commun. Robert Wyatt apparaît ici sous de multiples aspects : de son engagement politique à ses influences artistiques, en passant par l’accident qui l’a paralysé à vie. La presse en parle ! Presse étrangère « La musique anglaise produit des personnages fascinants, mais peu sont aussi stupéfiants que Robert Wyatt. Brian Eno « Un récit vif et méticuleux. » Jukebox My Rock

The Printer That Can Print A 2,500 Square Foot House In 20 Hours. We have seen huge advancements in 3D printing. We’ve even seen oversized wrenches printed that measure 1.2 meters in length. Now, we can print an entire 2,500 sqft house in 20 hours. In the TED Talk video below, Behrokh Khoshnevis, a professor of Industrial & Systems Engineering at the University of Southern California (USC), demonstrates automated construction, using 3D printers to build an entire house in 20 hours. In manufacturing we use a process called CAD/CAM (computer-aided design / computer-aided manufacturing). 3D models are designed on a computer and then manufactured using CNC Machines or 3D printers. In this video, we see a prototype of a machine called ‘Contour Crafting’ Michael Cooney Michael Cooney, the founder of EngNet, worked as a project engineer for many years sourcing equipment.

Renaud Hantson Flo N' Go - Home - Scepter's patented "Flo n' go" gas pump handle allows you to stop and restart the flow of gas and is designed to eliminate gas spills and overfills. IFAR Musique Concrète les études pour le bruit d’ouverture compilation | Various Artists Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. £4 GBP or more credits released October 9, 2015 license all rights reserved feeds Top

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