October 2

Carolina Shout



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Posted 26.12.2019 by Terr in category "Jazz

8 COMMENTS :

  1. By Vudokasa on
    Carolina Shout is a community-in-the-making, and that night we were free to sing Hallelujah to the beauty of teaching and learning. Teacher recognition is badly needed in these arid times. But Carolina Shout is something different—neither earnest nor clichéd, the Shout frees us from feeling small, marginalized, defensive, or barricaded.
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  2. By Tom on
    Oct 16,  · ASV's Living Era collection of James P. Johnson is a masterful series of 25 solo, duo, quartet, septet and octet tracks in chronological order from to with the high audio standard of ASV recordings. The collection begins with Johnson on piano and Edddie Dougherty on drums performing Carolina Shout/5(8).
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  3. By Fedal on
    Carolina Shout! is a book that shows positivity in bad times. Segregation still played a major role in this time period.4/5.
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  4. By Arabei on
    Often called the “father of stride piano,” James P. Johnson is considered the most influential American pianist of the musical era between classic ragtime and jazz. He wrote many popular tunes in the s including Carolina Shout, Snowy Morning Blues and his best-known work, The Charleston, the celebrated theme of the roaring 20’ovgracilachgalreheartfolrearthbeslustphe.coinfo: Bradley Sowash Music.
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  5. By Tygojind on
    Carolina Shout For those who wish to witness the excitement of shout band music, a musical selection from Carolina Shout by Kenny Carr and the Tigers can be screened at this YouTube site. All participants of Carolina Shout are depicted in the Photo Gallery.
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  6. By JoJotaxe on
    ASV's Living Era collection of James P. Johnson is a masterful series of 25 solo, duo, quartet, septet and octet tracks in chronological order from to with the high audio standard of ASV recordings. The collection begins with Johnson on piano and Edddie Dougherty on drums performing Carolina Shout/5(8).
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  7. By Faumi on
    His "Carolina Shout" was a standard test piece and rite of passage for every contemporary pianist: Duke Ellington learned it note for note from the QRS Johnson piano roll. Johnson taught Fats Waller and got him his first piano roll and recording assignments.
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  8. By Danris on
    Print and download in PDF or MIDI Carolina Shout. I would like to dedicate this score to Frederick Hodges, who introduced me to this piece. This is a transcription of QRS Piano Roll #, played by James P. Johnson. This transcription is, I believe, unique in that it includes articulations, something that many other transcriptions miss.
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