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The Pasadena Roof Orchestra American reviewer Scott Yanow wrote “The Pasadena Roof Orchestra presents a fun concert, with the emphasis on hot dance tunes of the era. The authentic sound of the band, the superior repertoire, and some inspired humour make this a fun show.” “There would be dancing to a very high standard to the 20’s and 30’s sound of the Pasadena Roof Orchestra, until a Scott Fitzgerald dawn touched the windows” TwinNote Music Notation Alternative Notation Systems that Inspired TwinNote Several other alternative notation systems inspired the design of TwinNote. They are shown here in a progression from traditional music notation to TwinNote, with each system overcoming disadvantages of the prior system. The chromatic scale shown in each of the notation systems discussed below: Untitled Notation by Johann Ailler (1904) Advantages: Simple and familiar staff with four lines to distinguish it from the traditional five-line staff. 6-6 pitch pattern present in line-notes and space-notes.

Geri Halliwell - It's Raining Men Bellabeth I know it is hard for content makers on youtube to use music in their videos because of all the copyright issues that are associated with that. So I thought, I'd create simple songs that work as background music. Until now I allow them to be used for FREE (without having to buy the tracks first) under the following conditions: If you want to use any of the "Free-to-use-music" songs, you have to put a link to my channel and the link to the original song in the description of every video you used it in, like this:----------------------------------------------Music by Bellabethwww.youtube.com/TheBellabethSong: "Insert Song Name Here"www.youtube.com/*Original_Song_URL*------------------------------------------------ This way you get music for free and I get my music heard - it's a win-win deal!

Royal Festival Hall See all events taking place in the Royal Festival Hall Royal Festival Hall is at the heart of the Southbank Centre complex. Opened in 1951 as part of the Festival of Britain, the Grade I listed Hall is one of the world’s leading performance venues. Natural minor (Aeolian) scale for guitar The natural minor scale, identical to the Aeolian mode, is a diatonic scale made up of seven notes (eight if you include the octave). The Aeolian scale, or mode, is the sixth of the seven musical modes. Ex: C natural minor consists of the notes C, D, Eb, F, G, Ab and Bb. Natural minor, 1. position Natural minor, 2. position Natural minor, 3. position BBC Radio 1 Programmes - Annie Mac features & accessories : Ruark Audio R1 deluxe tabletop radio Radio performance via DAB and FM is exceptional and with DAB+ also built in, the new R1 can be used in countries such as Australia and Germany, where this updated format is now being used. DAB+ also ensures that R1 is ready for any future upgrades in the UK. The new R1 will make any bedroom look and sound better and with customisable twin alarms you’ll be woken from your slumbers with quality sound exactly how and when you want. Also included is an adjustable snooze and sleep timer so you can doze in a similar fashion. Programme and set-up information are displayed with crystal clear clarity on the latest technology OLED (organic light emitting diode) display.

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Music Venue Trust What is The Music Venue Trust? The Music Venue Trust was created in January 2014 to protect the UK live music network. Its immediate focus is on securing the long term future of the grassroots iconic venues which make up the ‘toilet circuit’ (e.g. Southampton Joiners, Tunbridge Wells Forum, The 100 Club, Exeter Cavern, Hull Adelphi, Manchester Band on the Wall etc.) These venues have played a crucial role in the development of British music over the last 40 years, nurturing local talent, providing a platform for artists to build their careers and develop their music and their performance skills.

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