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Category Archive for 'Performed at the Crane'

Guitarist Mark Leighton and flutist Peter H. Bloom perform Suites, Sonatas & Standards, an eclectic concert of chamber music from diverse lands and eras, and favorite jazz standards from the Great American Songbook. Recorded live at the Thomas Crane Public Library on February 13, 2010 by Quincy Access Television. Check Our Catalog

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Guitarist Kevin Hubbard presents a program of Classical Guitar with a Taste of Jazz, including classical pieces from all eras, jazz standards, folk songs from around the globe, and classical & jazz originals. Recorded live at the Thomas Crane Public Library on February 21, 2010 by Quincy Access Television. Check Our Catalog

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Enjoy a harpsichord recital of works from the French Baroque period, including pieces by Francois Couperin, Domenico Scarlatti and Johann Sebastian Bach. Recorded live at the Thomas Crane Public Library on January 24, 2010 by Quincy Access Television. Check Our Catalog

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Between the World Wars, America was on a wild roller coaster ride. After peace was declared in 1918, the country soared to giddy heights in the Roaring ’20s, crashed deep into the Depression, climbed the long hill back to prosperity—and then found itself once again at war. The stresses created a new and altered nation, [...]

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Carrey and McMillan’s vivaciousness, perfect diction and seamless vocals captivated the crowd. Sentimental but not at all schmaltzy…by the end of the show’s final, title song, audience members were wiping tears and clapping madly”–Boston Herald, February 13, 2004 Check Our Catalog

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“Superbly recorded and the playing throughout is exemplary with Sanchez taking great care with details such as tone and phrasing and he has a charming way of fashioning the melodic lines from his guitar.  A most enjoyable new recording.”–Classical Guitar magazine Check Our Catalog

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True by Too Human

Emotionally charged, bluesy vocals in a contemporary folk style with strong shades of jazz and blues. Check Our Catalog

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Bach’s complete Sonatas for Viola Da Gamba performed by Audrey Cienniwa (violoncello piccolo) and Paul Cienniwa (harpsichord). “These performances rarely disappoint…The Cienniwas are uncomplicated, instinctive musicians with a remarkable musical rapport.”–The Strad, Feb. ’09 Check Our Catalog

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Songs of the sea performed by Tom Goux and Jacek Sulanowski. Goux also performs with The Rum Soaked Crooks. Check Our Catalog

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Rousing renditions of sea chanteys and other traditional sailors’ songs celebrating the rich maritime heritage of New England, sung by the New Bedford Harbor Sea Chantey Chorus with The Rum Soaked Crooks. Check Our Catalog

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Check Our Catalog Join vocalist Lisa Yves with pianist Richard Rancatore and friends for a live concert of jazz standards from the 1930s. Songs include “On the Sunny Side of the Street”, “Anything Goes”, “A Fine Romance/Nice Work If You Can Get It”, “It Don’t Mean a Thing (If It Ain’t Got That Swing)”, and [...]

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Check Our Catalog Boogie with Boston Road, a bluegrass band that plays a lively mix of rhythm & groove music from traditional to new-timey bluegrass, at a live performance recorded at the Thomas Crane Public Library on July 13, 2008 by Quincy Access Television.

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Check Our Catalog “Among Friends is a collection of music in the Cape Breton tradition; sets of tunes from Scotland, Ireland and Cape Breton arranged nicely for the fiddle, pipes, piano and guitar. All three are good players and their playing has some reminiscences of older dance hall sounds with dust in the air and [...]

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Check Our Catalog Jerry and Nancy Bell (The Celtic Bells) are a husband and wife team sharing both Scots and Irish ancestry, sharing stories and tunes to make you grow, with Irish harp, Scottish bagpipes, flute, bodhran, mandocello, tin whistle and tenor banjo.

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Check Our Catalog “Multi-talented Boston denizen Krisanthi Pappas used her first LP to establish her vocal credentials by recording a tribute to the music of George & Ira Gershwin. A musical fairy tale that recalls her childhood, Pappas’ subsequent My Back Yard is an album that adults will also enjoy. If this album really reflects [...]

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Check Our Catalog “A wonderful tribute to the master George Gershwin from a very gifted vocalist and some first rate instrumentalists. Let’s hear more!” – Ron Della Chiesa, Music America and The Jazz Songbook, WPLM and WGBH, Boston “Krisanthi Pappas’ second album honoring the works of George and Ira Gershwin has established her as a [...]

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Hungrytown: Hungrytown

Check Our Catalog “Musically, Hungrytown is a rare breed. In this age of fusion, Hall and Anderson prefer to reverse-engineer modern folk. . .writing brand-new ballads that sound straight out of the ’30s. Standing face to face, so close that their guitars almost touch, they sing into the same mic, evoking scenes from the glory [...]

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Check Our Catalog From rollicking clarinet, trombone, and accordion tunes, to music with tsimbl, this CD preserves and extends the glorious 500 year history of klezmer music. “Dobe Ressler and di bostoner klezmer breath new life into traditional, old-country klezmer!”–Dr. Hankus Netsky, New England Conservatory of Music; Director, Klezmer Conservatory Band

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Check Our Catalog Experience the uniquely beautiful vocal harmonies of one of New England’s premier a cappella singing groups, performing jazz, swing and pop favorites. Unlike most a cappella groups, which are small (four to five), Boston Jazz Voices uses its 18 voices and six- to eight-part close harmonies to produce a very special sound.

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Check Our Catalog “Cape Blues is a top-notch release that should please any blues fan. Ms. Wallace’s voice is on a par with most blues singers and the back-up performances are excellent. The album is casual but has a smoldering intensity.”–New Bedford Standard-Times

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