UK Music Radio 3 Blog BBC Radio 1 Programmes - Annie Mac 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” Angela Hurth , my perfect day, The Times. “We were delighted with the Orchestra’s performance, guests enjoyed the evening, especially the music, which created a lively ambience and a perfect atmosphere to celebrate such a great film” The English patient charity gala dinner “Obviously the music was the centre of the night’s activities and so many people have spoken to me both on the night and since, to say how much they enjoyed the performance of the orchestra. Jeffrey Rose, Chairman on the RAC Centenary Balls Sally Renny, Trust Events Manager Lady Elizabeth Anson Party Planners Harpers and Queen
Influences | Learn | 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. Disadvantages: Larger intervals become quite wide with too many lines between the notes to quickly identify them. Untitled Notation by Johannes Beyreuther (1959) Advantages: Reduced visual density with only two solid lines and one ledger line per octave. Disadvantages: Inefficient use of vertical space with only seven of twelve staff positions used for the notes of a given key. Equiton by Rodney Fawcett (1958) TwinNote by Paul Morris (2009)
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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. As well as the auditorium, there is The Clore Ballroom, the Saison Poetry Library, Spirit Level, (including Blue, White and Yellow Rooms) Southbank Centre Shop, Riverside Terrace Cafe, Central Bar and Skylon restaurant. Opening Times10am – 11pm every day On Wednesday 23rd April at 3pm the Royal Festival Hall will be closed and will open again on Friday 25th April at 10am. Entry to Royal Festival Hall and to all our buildings is free, and you are welcome to come into our Foyer spaces and enjoy the atmosphere with or without a ticket. How to get hereSee our Plan Your Visit page for details. Alternatively you can call the Ticket Office 0844 875 0073 or purchase tickets online. More Questions?
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 Natural minor, 4. position Natural minor, 5. position Natural minor, sweep pattern Proms - BBC Proms homepage