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  • 00:01

    Beginnings - How to start playing the piano

    in Education

    Beginnings
    How to Play Easy Piano Today
    A discussion of the various ways, methods, and means to begin playing the piano - evaluating the method books, learning from pre-recorded videos, sheet music, one-to-one piano lessons, home-schooling, self-taught, and by ear.
    Do you need to know theory? Can you learn without a piano teacher? How to avoid expensive one-to-one lessons .... and more.

  • 00:28

    Classic Sounds Piano Radio Concert

    in Music

    In This Radio Episode. I call it a "Listening Party" because we will be listening to classic piano solos from famous composers.
    I will be making available the free sheet music to the songs that are included in today's show if you are interested in getting additional information about the music on the show today.
    If you are a music lover or a seasoned artist - I think you will love these piano solos that are classical and timeless....
    Here is a link to free sheet music from the concert
    http://issuu.com/klady3818/docs/piano_solos_concert1_variations_on_
    If you are not able to listen to this internet radio show live, it will be recorded for listening at a future time.
    You can contact me about future internet radio episodes or to ask about the piano lessons on this page: 
    https://www.popexpert.com/kim-holmesonlinelessons

  • 00:34

    "Eleven Piano Pieces" by Rachmaninoff Rockin with Rachmaninoff

    in Classical Music

    Playing Forgotten Music of the old 78 records      S3productions


    "Eleven Piano Pieces" by Rachmaninoff


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     All credit due to the artist, musicians and Record Companies. No profit or income derived from this podcast. Have a historic 78 RPM and story you want to share with my listeners?  Contact me at: www.facebook.com/s3productions2 or curthahn74@yahoo.com


    Sergueï Rachmaninoff‎


    Label: RCA Victor ‎– M 722 3-10 1940 Vintage 


    Other (Record Catalog Number): 2127


    Country: Canada


    Genre: Classical


    Style: Romantic


    Rachmaninoff is widely considered one of the finest pianists of all time and, as a composer, one of the last great representatives of Romanticism in Russian classical music early influences of Tchaikovsky, Rimsky-Korsakov, and other Russian composers gave way to a personal style notable for its song-like melodicism, expressiveness and his use of rich orchestral colors. "Eleven Piano Pieces" by Rachmaninoff and played by the master himself (Victor Album M-722) is a collection that Rachmaninoff addicts have wanted for a long time.


    Sergei Rachmaninoff, "Eleven Piano Pieces" played by the Composer Records include: 


    2. M722-3 #2124, A:"Moment Musical" pus 16, No.2


    M722-4 2124 B:  "Prelude in G Flat Major" Op23, No.10


    3. M722-5 #2125, A: "Prelude in E Major"


    M722-6 2125 B 1. "Prelude in F Major"; 2. "Prelude in F Minor". 


    4. M722-7 #2126, A: "Etude in C Major"


    M722-8 2126 B: "Etude in E Flat Major" opus 33 number7


    5. M722-9 A: #2127, "Daisies" OP.38


    M722-10 2127 B: "Oriental Sketch". 

  • 00:14

    Piano Concerto No. 26

    in Art

    Piano Concerto No. 26

  • 00:18

    Monday night piano and Organ Music

    in Music

    Playing Forgotten Music of the old 78 records     


    Monday piano and Organ Music


    Jan August My Shawl


    Without You


    Ken Griffin  ‎College Medley


    The Sweetheart of Sigma Chi


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       All credit due to the artist, musicians and Record Companies. No profit or income derived from this podcast. Have a historic 78 RPM and story you want to share with my listeners?  Contact me at: www.facebook.com/s3productions2 or curthahn74@yahoo.com


    Jan August ‎– My Shawl / Without You


    Diamond Records 2032 released??


    Genre: Jazz


    A: My Shawl


    Composers Cugat, Adams, Berrios


    Jan August  Rhythm Stylists


    B: Without You [2032 X]


    Composers Farres, Gilbert


    Jan August  Rhythm Stylists


    Ken Griffin  ‎– College Medley / The Sweetheart of Sigma Chi


    Label: Rondo  ‎– R-199


    Released: 1949


    Genre: Brass & Military


    Style: Marches


    A: College Medley


    UB9956R Notre Dame –Wisconsin-Mane-Illinois –Georgia


     


    B: The Sweetheart of Sigma Chi


    Composers Stokes-Vernor


    UB9957R


     

  • 00:45

    Piano With Willie

    in Music

    Learn piano with Berklee grad, professional musician, teacher and author, Willie Myette. Willie's fun, no-pressure, informative approach to piano has taught thousands of musicians how to be more creative in music and take their piano playing to the next level. Join our radio show to get your questions answered live!

  • 00:17

    Piano Solo

    in Christianity

    Solo Piano performed by renowned pianist Jakob Gimpel. Recorded in 1972

  • 00:37

    Marcia Ball is a Blues PIANO PLAYER AND SINGER

    in Music

    MARCIA BALL IS FROM sOUTHEAST tEXAS NEAR WHERE i ONCE LIVED. YOU'LL LOVE HER MUSIC.


     

  • 00:47

    Revolutionizing Piano Instruction; Smart Book Publicity; More

    in Business

    Kevin McCarthy is the brains behind an emerging start-up that is revolutionizing the way we learn to play the piano.


    Amy Barone is a successful author who talks about how to publicize a book. Her newest book Kamikaze Dance is creating a stir thanks to her efforts.

  • 00:07

    Piano Time

    in Music

    Dawson comes again! Sarah , Guest Stars on PIANO TIME.

  • 01:00

    Monkey Junk all-stars from Canada. The Strands bring us piano-driven jazz-pop

    in Music

    Ottawa-based band MonkeyJunk  plays a blend of swamp-rock roots and blues that in the relatively short time has earned them a collective 20 Maple Blues Awards, two Canadian Independent Music Awards, a Blues Music Award (USA), and a JUNO Award in 2012.   Monkey Junk is three musicians who individually had established careers prior to forming MonkeyJunk: vocalist, baritone guitarist, harmonica and organ player Steve Marriner, lead guitarist Tony D and drummer/percussionist Matt Sobb.  We are delighted that they will join us on Music FridayLive! this week with their new album, Moon Turn Red.


    The strands formed in 2011 bring a genre-defying sound they like to call Artisanal.  Thoughtful and provocative lyrics dominate, carried by a piano with a subdued drum and sophisticated guitar grooves.  The result is almost jazz, but not quite – the Strands straddle the line between jazz and pop.  Lead singer Amanda Campbell delivers original material  - much of it written by the band's keyboard and piano artist Susan Ferrari - with a smooth voice, backed by the legendary Richard Green on lead guitar, Ferrari on piano and keys and the founder of the group, Paul, on bass.  Restrained, thoughtful, striking, the Strands stand out and we are glad they are taking the time to talk with us on Music FridayLive!.