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Volonte&co 100% Tubes - Ukulele
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83 tubes internationaux pour Ukulele :Avril Lavigne, Band Aid, Barry White, Billy Haley & the Comets, Blondie, Blues brothers, Bruno Mars, Burt Bacharach, Cher, Cream, Creedence Clearwater Revival, David Bowie, Deep blue something, Dido , Doctor & The Medics, Dusty Springfield, Elvis Presley, Ewan MacColl, Frank Sinatra, Frankie Valli, Gabriella Cilmi, George Michael, Gloria Gaynor, Gnarls Barkley, Green Day, Huey Lewis & the news, Ian Dury & the blockheads, Iggy Pop, Irene Cara, James Blunt, Jerry Lee Lewis, Joan Jett & the Blackhearts, Johnny Nash, Louis Armstrong, Madonna, Micheal Jackson, Motion picture Grease, Nirvana, Paolo Nutini, Pete Seeger, Plain white T´s, R.E.M., Radiohead, Ray Charles, Robbie Williams, Sonny & Cher, Take That, The Bee Gees, The Eagles, The Smiths, The Verve, Tina Turner, Wham!...

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Stand: Feb 22, 2019
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Mcnaughtan Musikverlag Clarke/shore/ Shore´s Mu...
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Instrumentation: Trumpet, Strings and B.c., Oboes ad lib.Part: Trumpet in DSeries: Music for the King´s TrumpeterEditor: Crispian Steele-Perkins Jeremiah Clarke´s achievements were and to a certain extent still are overshadowed by the tragedy of his life. His best known melodies have been attributed to Henry Purcell for much too long, his pupils recollected only an illtempered, impatient man. He was brought up as one of the 12 boy choristers (Children) of the Chapel Royal and was subsequently appointed to Winchester College in 1692. In 1695 he moved to St.Paul´s Cathedral and was employed at the Theatre Royal, Catherine Street (off Drury Lane) after this time. He composed two operas and numerous catchy tunes, keyboard transcriptions of which he carefully transcribed himself (see above). His rousing marches and airs belie a depressive personality: spurned by a female pupil, he shot himself at his house in St.Paul´s Churchyard.John Shore, Trumpeter, Lutenist and InventorLondon, being elegantly rebuilt after the Great Fire of 1666, was experiencing a cultural revival following the restoration of the monarchy: increasing commercial affluence attracted gifted and ambitious men from all over Europe, among them musicians seeking fame, fortune and patronage. One of their most notable benefactors was Princess Anne, queen from 1702 to 1714, daughter of James II, wife of George, Prince of Denmark, sister of Queen Mary and mother of William, Duke of Gloucester, a hypocephalic who died aged 11. For Gloucester´s sixth birthday celebrations Henry Purcell composed an ode.The trumpet part, whose warlike tones particularly appealed to the young prince, was played on that occasion by John Shore, whose family were intimately acquainted with Purcell. Although he had trained to follow his father and uncle into royal service as a ceremonial trumpeter, Shore had received a thorough musical education as a lutenist and instrument repairer. His father Mathias had married well and secured dhe lucrative administrative post of SergeantTrumpeter (a post normally held by a nonplayer). He also ran, as a speculative venture, The Folly, a barge converted into a floating house of entertainment and boasting 24 windows and 4 banqueting rooms. It was visited by Queen Mary in 1693 and at one time had its own landing on to the Thames Embankment.Through mixing with dhe finest musicians who had emigrated to London from France, Italy, Holland and even Moravia, John Shore learnt new devices and techniques that gave his trumpet playing a control and agility considered unique. The demand for his services increased so greatly that he forsook military commitments to join the 24piece court orchestra and also became a salaried member of Princess Anne´s oboe band. English music of the period abounds with works for solo trumpet, almost exclusively inspired by Shore. Purcell particularly, from his connection with his family and his admiration of John´s performance on the trumpet, took every opportunity in his power to employ him in the accompaniment of his songs and other theatrical compositions. Surviving news reports, advertisements and diaries attest his virtuosity as a soloist and in duet with his sister Katherine and other famous singers.In the early years of the 18th century, however, Shore split his lip from sounding the trumpet, and was ever after unable to perform on that instrument. He retained his salary as a lutenist and succeeded his uncle William as Sergeant of the Trumpeters in 1707. One result of his continued interest in music was his invention of the tuning fork in 1711. He lived the remainder of his 91 years in comfort and security. In 1749, to the consternation of his relatives, he married a widow, Mrs. Speed; they were jealous, no doubt, of the £15,000 he was to leave her on his death in 1753.Shores´s Musick

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Stand: Feb 22, 2019
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