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Rideout, Bonnie - Soft May Morn. CD.

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A collection of airs and dances from the North Highlands and Western Isles of Scotland performed on fiddle with piano and guitar.

Bonnie Rideout, an internationally-acclaimed performer, is a three-time U.S. National Scottish Fiddle Champion. She performs, teaches and judges at Scottish fiddle competitions and workshops throughout North America. Bonnie resided at Armadale Castle, Isle of Skye, Scotland when she did the original research which led to this historic recording, �Soft May Morn." Total time 55:13 minutes.

Deluxe Pad Manuscript Paper. Published by Hal Leonard.

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The Lion King - Manuscript Paper. Published by Hal Leonard.

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Adjustable Piano Footrest Natural Wood Varnished

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Six levels from 2 to 11 1/2 . A MUST for children whose feet don't touch the floor! Made from durable, attractive oak veneer. Piano Footrest Walnut finish

Meadowmount Trio American Music In Moscow CD

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The Meadowmount Trio and Melodiya Records have formed an historic partnership between the U.S. and Russia with this recording project, American Music in Moscow. The American musicians perform a retrospective of 20th-century American music that is recorded and produced in Moscow. In this recording, the music of four exceptional American-born composers, Paul Schoenfield, Samuel Barber, William Bolcom and Arthur Foote comes to life through the Trio's extraordinary talent and musical understanding that has kept them in demand world-wide since 1991.

Selections include: Sonata No. 2 for Violin and Piano (William Bolcom), Sonata for Cello and Piano, Op. 6 (Samuel Barber), Trio for Piano, Violin and Cello, Op. 65 (Arthur Foote), Caf Music for Piano Trio (Paul Schoenfield)

Aurora Musicalis Echoes of America CD

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Chamber Music of Robert Ward

Pulitzer Prize winning composer Robert Ward was commissioned to write Echoes of America, a trio for clarinet, cello and piano in celebration of his 80th birthday. On this recording, the trio accompanies several of Ward's other chamber works composed between 1946 and 1997. Aurora Musicalis is comprised of Stephen Shipps, violin, Eric Larsen, piano, the Aspen Wind Quintet and the Amadeus Trio.

Selections by Robert Ward include: Appalachian Ditties and Dances, Dialogues for Violin, Cello and Piano, Echoes of America (Trio for Clarinet, Cello and Piano), Lamentation for Solo Piano, Raleigh Divertimento for Woodwind Quintet, and Scherzo for Solo Piano

Ebony Rhythms Aaron Dworkin CD

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Violinist Aaron Dworkin--responsible for establishing the Sphinx Competition, the nation's preeminent string competition for black and Latino string players--introduces a dramatic form of artistry called Classispeak, which blends poetic verse with classical music. In this recording, Mr. Dworkin is joined by musicians Stephen Shipps, Annette Kaufman and Althea Waites to perform eleven musical selections that provide a bedding for poetry reflecting the African-American experience.

Selections by Aaron Dworkin include: American Natives, Douglass, Ebony Rhythm, Field of Dreams, Freedom, Goin' to Canada, My America, Sold an' Gone, Soldiers of Ham, Summertime, Violinist's Seduction...

Music for a Glass Bead Game CD

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Arturo Delmoni, violin & Nathaniel Rosen, cello . The importance of music to a well-rounded intellectual and cultural life is an important theme of the novel, The Glass Bead Game, in which the structure, content, context, ornament and artifice of individual pieces of music provides the fuel for the Game's ceaseless quest for connectedness and universality. This recording includes pieces chosen for their ability to illuminate each other, with the Western European tonality and structure of the compositions by Giordani and Handel, which set off the Eastern European roots of the selections by Martinu and Kodaly. Selections include: Passacaglia (G. F. Handel), Duo for Violin and Violoncello (Zoltán Kodály), Duo for Violin and Violoncello (Bohuslav Martinu), Two-Part Inventions 1, 3, 6, 7, 9, 10 and 13 (J.S. Bach), Duetto II (Tommaso Giordani)

Francesco Trio Contemporary American Piano Trios CD

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Nathan Schwartz, Piano, Miwako Watanabe, Violin and Bonnie Hampton, Cello - Piano Trios by Andrew Imbrie, Seymour Shifrin, John Harbison and Mel Powell. The works presented in this recording were chosen by the Francesco Trio for a number of reasons, but mainly because the quantity and quality of 20th century repertoire for the piano trio is quite remarkable, and not much has been recorded. The Trio also chose to focus on composers who have spent major parts of their careers in California, or those the Trio has known and worked with on the West Coast. These include Andrew Imbrie (b. 1921), Seymour Shifrin (b. 1926), John Harbison (b. 1938), and Mel Powell (b. 1923).

Selections include: Trio No. 2 (Andrew Imbrie), Trio (Seymour Shifrin), Piano Trio (John Harbison), Trio, Op. 5 (Mel Powell)

Francesco Trio Contemporary American Piano Trios Volume 2 CD

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The Francesco Trio performs works by Gunther Schuller, Ursula Mamlok, Olly Wilson, Mel Powell and Robert Helps. If there is a theme to this second disc of contemporary American piano trios by the Francesco Trio, it is of independence and new directions, of composers who have taken their influences and then gone their own way. This idea is especially prevalent in Help's Trio, which marks a transition toward lightness and transparency in contemporary music from the 60's forward. Time--in a rhythmic and structural sense--links the works by Mamlock and Wilson, and jazz influences pervade Schuller's Trio and, while they are less obvious, also exist in Powell's Piano Trio '94.

Selections include: Piano Trio (Gunther Schuller), Panta Rhei: Time in Flux (Ursula Mamlok), Trio (Olly Wilson), Piano Trio '94 (Mel Powell), Trio for Violin, Cello and Piano (Robert Helps)

Hampton Schwartz Duo 20th Century Cello & Piano Works CD

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Bonnie Hampton, Cello & Nathan Schwartz, Piano

The musical partnership of cellist Bonnie Hampton and pianist Nathan Schwartz is indeed rare in today's concert scene, described by The New York Times as a smooth unit, two equal voices in musical discourse. The Duo's programs include both familiar and rarely played works from the classical repertoire, many 20th century duos, and premieres of commissioned works by American composers. They have had the pleasure of working closely with, and playing for all of the composers represented on this disc, with the exception of Paul Hindemith.

Selections include: Sonata, Op. 11, No. 3 (Paul Hindemith), Recollections and Revel (Elinor Armer), Sonata (Seymour Shifrin), Sonata, Op. 50 (Paul Turok), Sonate (Darius Milhaud)

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