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  1. Denman Maroney and Theo Bleckman Theo Bleckmann (voice) Denman Maroney (hyperpiano) Theo and Denman will perform Denman’s song cycle of poems by W.B. Yeats called “Music for Words, Perhaps” and recently released on eponymous Innova CD
  2. Jun 07,  · Denman Maroney Theo Bleckmann (voice) Denman Maroney (hyperpiano) Theo and Denman will perform Denman's song cycle of poems by W.B. Yeats called "Music for Words, Perhaps" and recently released on.
  3. So different is the execution that resemblances become less important than what occurs in each moment. As its second part, “Subtle Inconsistencies,” unfolds, we can revel in the unique pianism of Denman Maroney as it dissolves effortlessly into Stephanie Griffin’s viola lead. The production is as good as the music is diverse.
  4. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Music for Words, Perhaps - Theo Bleckmann, Shelley Hirsch, Denman Maroney on AllMusic -
  5. Denman Maroney (born ) is a jazz musician who plays what he calls "hyperpiano". Hyperpiano "involves stopping, sliding, bowing, plucking, striking and strumming the strings with copper bars.
  6. Apr 02,  · Greg Maroney’s twelfth album, “Coming Home” was released in the spring of It is, in Maroney’s words, “a joyous celebration of life, speaking of home, heart and fun.” It is also breathtakingly beautiful from beginning to end. The variety of Greg’s musical background and his technical abilities are evident in this work.5/5(5).
  7. Music for Words, Perhaps: Theo Bleckmann / Shelley Hirsch / Denman Maroney: Poetry: Peter Pears: Anniversary Tribute: Peter Pears: Text: The Art of Susan Graham: Susan Graham: Text: The Wind That Shakes the Barley.
  8. Second Coming is the eponymous second studio album by the American rock band Second taitagkurzgadoskadepgandkemenefor.xyzinfo was originally released independently with eight tracks through their own label, Timestyle, and later reissued and re-released with three additional tracks - "Tonight [The Goodnight King]", "The War", and "Unknown Rider" - on September 22, , through Capitol Records.
  9. This is a CD of songs written by Denman Maroney to words by William Butler Yeats, Wallace Stevens and himself, sung by Theo Bleckmann, Shelley Hirsch, Sheila Schonbrun, and himself, accompanied by Herb Robertson (brass), Arthur Kell (bass), David Simons (drums), and himself (piano). They might be jazz, or they might be classical; suit yourself.

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