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This advisor to the piano literature for the one-handed pianist surveys over 2,100 person piano items which come with not just live performance literature yet pedagogical items besides. Following the creation are 4 chapters cataloguing unique works for the best hand on my own, unique works for the left hand by myself, track prepared or transcribed for one hand on my own, and concerted works for one hand in live performance with different pianists, tools, or voices.
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Rock On, Volume 2, Harper, 1984. Stambler, Irwin, Encyclopedia of Pop, Rock, and Soul, St. Martin's, 1977. Periodicals People, October 16, 1978; November 17, 1986; February 2, Selected discography As Chicago Transit Authority Chicago Transit Authority, Columbia, 1969, reissued, 1989. 34 • Contemporary Musicians • Volume 3 1987. Rolling Stone, December 14, 1978. Time, June 2, 1975. —Meg Mac Donald Stanley Clarke Bassist, composer, producer C £ I don't feel I should have to make music to satisfy I anyone," Stanley Clarke told a Rolling Stone in terviewer.
P. " Indeed, no rural family ever complained when the famous Carters recorded a cherished local song, and it is likely that this rich legacy of music might have been lost forever had the Carters not mined it so thoroughly. The Carter Family oeuvre consists almost exclusively of Anglo-Saxon and Scotts-lrish traditional music, but the works were adapted from their traditional forms. "In addition to furnishing a rich legacy of songs for American folk and country music," writes Atkins, "the Carters introduced a new stylistic and rhythmic content to the music, and it was perhaps this that was to prove their greatest legacy.
Revised edition, University of Texas Press, 1985. Malone, Bill C. and Judith McCulloh, Stars of Country Music, University of Illinois Press, 1975. Shestack, Melvin, The Country Music Encyclopedia, Crowell, 1974. Periodicals Rolling Stone, December 14, 1978. —Anne Janette Johnson Carter Family • 31 W Chicago Pop/rock, jazz group 32 ith distinctly midwestern roots and a distinctive big-band sound, Chicago took the pop music world by surprise in the 1970s with their jazzy, full instrumental arrangements.