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Popular Music Horn Section - Notable Horn Sections
... Horn sections in blues bands and funk groups may be composed of session musicians playing arranged parts, or they may be a consistent group of musicians ... A small number of horn sections use a consistent group of musicians that become well known as a unit ... The Tower of Power Horns The Miami Horns Vine Street Horns, founded by Harry Kim (musician) InSax, San Jose, Costa rica ...
John Tchicai - Biography
... By the late 1950s he was travelling around northern Europe, playing with many musicians ... Danica with Danish and other European musicians this group collaborated with Musica Elettronica Viva and performed in multi-media events ... Leo Smith's "Yo Miles" band, a loose aggregation of musicians exploring Miles Davis' electric period ...
Music Of Réunion - Popular Musicians
... The most popular sega musicians include Baster, Ousanousava and Ziskakan ... The most popular maloya musicians are Danyel Waro and Firmin Viry ... Musicians from nearby Mauritius are also popular ...
Music For 18 Musicians - Recordings
... The original ECM version played by Steve Reich and Musicians The Ensemble Modern version The Nonesuch version, played by Reich and musicians along with new musicians, a new ...
List Of People From Uttar Pradesh - Music and Dance - Musicians
... Dr.Lalmani Misra was an Indian classical musician ... Gopal Shankar Misra, Vichitra Veena player Pandit Vishnu Narayan Bhatkhande, musician ...

Famous quotes containing the word musicians:

    How are we to know that a Dracula is a key-pounding pianist who lifts his hands up to his face, or that a bass fiddle is the doghouse, or that shmaltz musicians are four-button suit guys and long underwear boys?
    In New York City, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)

    Music is of two kinds: one petty, poor, second-rate, never varying, its base the hundred or so phrasings which all musicians understand, a babbling which is more or less pleasant, the life that most composers live.
    Honoré De Balzac (1799–1850)

    As if the musicians did not so much play the little phrase as execute the rites required by it to appear, and they proceeded to the necessary incantations to obtain and prolong for a few instants the miracle of its evocation, Swann, who could no more see the phrase than if it belonged to an ultraviolet world ... Swann felt it as a presence, as a protective goddess and a confidante to his love, who to arrive to him ... had clothed the disguise of this sonorous appearance.
    Marcel Proust (1871–1922)