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From: "Susan Robinson" 
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Date: Thu, 26 Aug 1999 17:07:51 -0700


Hi,
I just joined the list and was wondering if there's anyone out there who
knows of a jazz violin instructor in the Denver area.  I've always wanted to
play violin and I love jazz.  I've been listening to KUVO and they play a
lot of jazz violin pieces which have inspired me.  I also wondered if anyone
could suggest where I could get sheet music written for jazz violin.
Thanks for your help.
Susan


From: "Sanders, Robert (TFM3)" Subject: INTRO Date: Fri, 27 Aug 1999 17:49:07 +0100 Hi I have just joined the list and thought I would introduce myself. I live in Cardiff, Wales, UK. I have been interested in Jazz since being introduced to it via records of the Hot Club of France in the mid 1950s by my then music teacher in school. I like all kinds of jazz from early Ellington to Harry Conick jnr. Main interests are in anything that swings. I have a good collection of jazz on CD, tape, LP and a few treasured 1940s 78s. Bob Sanders E-mail: Office: Robert.Sanders@Wales.GSI.Gov.UK E-mail: Home: 101704.3110@compuserve.com Websites: http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/JACKIE_SANDERS & http://www.angelfire.com/de/BobSanders & http://www.angelfire.com/ga/BobSanders Any of the statements or comments made above should be regarded as personal and not necessarily those of the National Assembly for Wales, any constituent part or connected body.



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From: JPaulhamus@aol.com Subject: [Jazz] Hello Date: Wed, 31 Jan 2001 23:21:30 EST Just took over management of the floundering Jazz List at Rootsweb. I'm a big time jazz fan, and I'd like to find out the flavor of the list. Who the members are, what their musical interests are, where we're all located, etc. When you get a second, fill all of us in on the details. See some links at the end of the newsletter that you can add to your web site, or post on message boards to increase activity. Then, Lets get some flow going in here on topics that interest everyone. Thanks. ( I tell everyone to create a signature file and add it to their e-mails, similar to this one. It helps me with the Marching Band Cause. Create one and use it in all your E-Mails and you can support your cause also. ) Joe Paulhamus JPaulhamus@aol.com Founder - Montco Music Boosters Montco Music Boosters Organizing the Greater Norristown Pa Area to provide additional resources for people to become active in Supporting Marching Band Activity. Norristown, East Norriton, West Norriton, Plymouth, Whitemarsh, Methacton, Whitpain, Upper Merion, Bridgeport. We recently moved the pages because of the DejaNews.Com re-structuring, and we're looking for some help to get them back up to full speed ahead. Feel free to add your help in achieving that end. If you once played in a Marching Band, Orchestra, or Jazz Band, and would like to get involved in those kinds of Programs again, visit this site and sign up for the Alumni Band. Norristown Area Alumni Band If you have a High School Marching Band Related Page Add it to the Directory. Marching Band Pages and once that's done go here and get some links to put on your site to help expand the program. Webmasters DMOZ Linking Page If you need help constructing an actual link, send me an E-Mail, and I'll be happy to help. Thanks. Strike up the Band.



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From: JPaulhamus@aol.com Subject: [Jazz] updates Date: Sun, 4 Feb 2001 23:21:30 EST See some links at the end of the newsletter that you can add to your web site, or post on message boards to increase activity. Sorry I let the list go so long without any activity, but I've obviously got too many irons in the fire. Lets get some flow going in here on topics that interest everyone. Thanks. ( I tell everyone to create a signature file and add it to their e-mails, similar to this one. It helps me with the Jazz Music Cause. Create one and use it in all your E-Mails and you can support your cause also. ) Joe Paulhamus JPaulhamus@aol.com Founder - Norristown Area Soccer Boosters NA Soccer Boosters We are Looking for Team Organizers, Coaches, Players, and people to give general support to the Areas Programs. You can support the programs from Plymouth, Whitemarsh, Norristown, East Norriton, West Norriton, Whitpain, or The Methacton Areas. Montgomery County Pa. used to be a big Soccer Area, and we need it to return to that status. With your support we can make a big difference in the Travel Team programs in those areas and continue to expand into the U-19 Level. Give me some feedback, and get involved. I'm Also looking to become active again as a Bench Coach, First Base Coach, Infield Coach for youth baseball in the 13 to 19 Age Group. If you know someone with a need in the eastern montgomery county, pa area, pass this info along. Now, If you have a Jazz Related Page Add it to the Directory here. Open Directory - Arts/Music/Styles/Jazz/ Find the appropriate sub-directory from the search box located there. and once that's done go here and get some links to put on your site to help expand the directory, and your program. Webmasters DMOZ Linking Page and get some links and graphics to put on your site to help expand this mail list as well. Webmasters Jazz-L Linking Page Thanks. Smooth Jazz Joe Paulhamus


From: Tom Towle Subject: [Jazz] Ken Burns, Bill Kirchner, John Mehegan Date: Mon, 05 Feb 2001 16:05:13 -0800 In-Reply-To: <<200102052225.OAA25862@lists4.rootsweb.com>> I just spent Saturday watching the entire Ken Burns documentary on Jazz. I also had my Oxford Companion to Jazz by Bill Kirchner and my John Mehegan Series on Piano Improvisation. It was great to hear Louis Armstrong's West End Blues and be able to follow along with the transcriptions. I haven't seen anything about Django. Maybe I missed it when I went to the bathroom. I will have to discard it in its entirety if Django's contribution is even slighty understated. Anyone ever read a straightforward analysis of Coltrane's Giant Steps enough to tell me how to solo over the changes? I can play the melody with my right hand and the changes with my left, however, the atonality throws me for a loop when I try to riff. I keep trying to think in a short tonal sense but I know that there is a structure that is underlying that is so much more than flights of diatonism. Tom Tom Towle - tomtowle@musician.org Keyboards, Bass, Guitar, Vocals, Arranging, Songwriting http://tomtowle/musicres.htm



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From: JPaulhamus@aol.com Subject: [Jazz] News Date: Wed, 21 Mar 2001 20:33:50 EST Just wanted to let the list know that we've got the web site posted at Rootsweb. http://music.rootsweb.com/jazz/index.html you can sign up there, and find some links to other sites on the web for Jazz Resources Thanks. Smooth Jazz Joe Paulhamus



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From: JPaulhamus@aol.com Subject: [Jazz] Website Update Date: Wed, 18 Apr 2001 18:24:30 EST Just wanted to let the list know that we've added some additional resources at the website. http://music.rootsweb.com/jazz/index.html you can sign up there, and find some links to other sites on the web for Jazz Resources Enjoy Also added a better signature file that you can use in your e-mails to boost exposure to the list. See some links at the end of the newsletter that you can add to your web site, or post on message boards you visit to increase activity in this list. Lets get some flow going in here on topics that interest everyone. Thanks. ( I tell everyone to create a signature file and add it to their e-mails, similar to this one. It helps me with the Jazz Music Cause. Create one and use it in all your E-Mails and you can support your cause also. ) Joe Paulhamus JPaulhamus@aol.com Now, If you have a Jazz Related Page Add it to the Directory here. Open Directory - Arts/Music/Styles/Jazz/ Find the appropriate sub-directory from the search box located there. and once that's done go here and get some links to put on your site to help expand the directory, and your program. Webmasters DMOZ Linking Page add then put some links and graphics to your site to help expand this mail list as well. Thanks. Smooth Jazz Joe Paulhamus



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From: JPaulhamus@aol.com Subject: [Jazz] waiting for action Date: Wed, 16 May 2001 19:36:27 EST Just added some additional graphics at my tripod site to help with the linking to boost exposure to the discussion list. Visit http://members.tripod.com/~JPaulhamus/links/mail.html What activities are going on at your local High Schools to build up interest in Jazz? What is your involvement in jazz? Casual, Avid, Player, Listener? Share it with the group Smooth Jazz



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From: JPaulhamus@aol.com Subject: [Jazz] New resource Date: Wed, 13 Jun 2001 18:12:36 EST http://hometown.aol.com/jpaulhamus/myhomepage/jazz.html Has been added to help with the signup process for the Mailing List. Plus some additional links have been added to the pages at Rootsweb. What's up with summertime activity? Concerts in the area? Expositions? Summer jazz classes for the kids? Concerts at the park? Fill all of us in. Smooth Jazz



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From: JPaulhamus@aol.com Subject: [Jazz] New resource Date: Sat, 14 Jul 2001 10:32:18 EST Adding a cross reference to my Music Boosters site http://hometown.aol.com/jpaulhamus/music.htm So that you can visit with the Local Area High School Music people. What areas of involvement do you all share with High School Music? Community Music? College Music? Share it with us. Thanks Smooth Jazz



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From: JPaulhamus@aol.com Subject: [Jazz] Changes at rootsweb Date: Sun, 19 Aug 2001 11:44:04 EST Rootsweb is moving pages around at their freepages accounts site, so the jazz pages will be moving before the end of the month. The way things will be set up. I'll have a portal page to support, Jazz, Soccer, Baseball, and my Polhemus-L E-Mail lists. http://freepages.rootsweb.com/~baseball/ and as things go the Jazz pages will somehow show up here: http://freepages.music.rootsweb.com/~baseball/index.html pay a visit. Thanks



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From: JPaulhamus@aol.com Subject: [Jazz] Changes at rootsweb Date: Sat, 15 Sep 2001 10:23:15 EST Rootsweb pages are up and running. The way things are set up. There is a portal page to support, Jazz, Soccer, Baseball, and my Polhemus-L E-Mail lists. http://freepages.rootsweb.com/~baseball/ and as things are catagorized, the Jazz pages show up here: http://freepages.music.rootsweb.com/~baseball/index.html Soccer pages show up here: http://freepages.sports.rootsweb.com/~baseball/index.html Some links pages are available off the main page, and a guestbook to sign will be coming soon. pay a visit. Thanks



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From: JPaulhamus@aol.com Subject: [Jazz] Changes at rootsweb Date: Fri, 12 Oct 2001 20:11:38 EST Rootsweb guestbook pages are up and running. http://freepages.rootsweb.com/~baseball/ and as things are catagorized, the Jazz pages show up here: http://freepages.music.rootsweb.com/~baseball/index.html pay a visit. Thanks



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From: JPaulhamus@aol.com Subject: [Jazz] High School Jazz Date: Sat, 17 Nov 2001 11:21:47 EST The Norristown Area High School Jazz Band will be starting within a week. How many of you have Jazz Groups in the Local Junior High School, and High School? How much do you feel the program adds to the ability of the average student to deal with Music Education? Important, Very Important, Not Important? Don't Know. pay a visit. http://www.geocities.com/bnddr/jazz.html Thanks



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From: JPaulhamus@aol.com Subject: [Jazz] waiting Date: Sun, 23 Dec 2001 21:58:50 EST Smooth Jazz WJJZ ( 106.1 ) in Philadelphia, Pa just polled it's listeners for the top 106 titles which they'll play between 7pm Christmas Eve and Midnight Christmas Night. The Top Five: Artist Song Title CD Title 1. George Benson Breezin Breezin 2. Marvin Gaye Sexual Healing Midnight Love 3. Kenny G Songbird Duotones 4. Grover Washington, Jr. Just The Two of Us Winelight 5. Peter White Could It Be I'm Falling In Love Reflections Visit. http://www.wjjz.com/music/songs_alltime.html To see the rest of the titles.


Still time for this : December 28,29,30,2001; Riviera Resort and Racquet Club Palm Springs,Ca 805-496-5400 visit http://desertjazzparty.com/


The great Northwest Chimes in: Jazz in January @ Experience Music Project - Seattle, WA January 2-30, 2002; Seattle, WA 1.877.367.5483 / 206.367.5483; Box Office: 206.770.2702 Visit. http://www.emplive.com/visit/special/jazz_series_2002.asp


8th Annual Barbados Jazz http://www.barbadosjazzfestival.com January 8-14,2002; Bridgetown, Barbados 246-429-2084


Second Annual Miami Jazz Festival http://www.miamijazzfestival.com January 18-21, 2002; Bayfront Park, Miami, FL 305-858-8545 TBA late November 2001.


Jazz Festival Chiasso http://www.jazzfestivalchiasso.ch 30-31.1 - 1-2.2.2002; Chiasso (Switzerland-Italy) 0041-91-695.08.37 - 0041-79-212.07.18


What's going on in your area?


See some links at the end of the newsletter that you can add to your web site, or post on message boards you visit to increase activity in this list. Lets get some flow going in here on topics that interest everyone. Thanks. ( I tell everyone to create a signature file and add it to their e-mails, similar to this one. It helps me with the Jazz Music Cause. Create one and use it in all your E-Mails and you can support your cause also. ) Joe Paulhamus JPaulhamus@aol.com Now, If you have a Jazz Related Page Add it to the Directory here. Open Directory - Arts/Music/Styles/Jazz/ Find the appropriate sub-directory from the search box located there. and once that's done go here and get some links to put on your site to help expand the directory, and your program. Webmasters DMOZ Linking Page and get some links and graphics to put on your site to help expand this mail list as well. Webmasters Jazz-L Linking Page Thanks. Smooth Jazz Joe Paulhamus


From: JPaulhamus@aol.com Subject: [Jazz] forgot something Date: Sun, 23 Dec 2001 22:18:52 EST Forgot to say Merry Christmas , Happy New Year. See some links at the end of this E-Mail that you can add to your web site, or post on message boards you visit to increase activity in this list. Lets get some flow going in here on topics that interest everyone. Thanks. ( I tell everyone to create a signature file and add it to their e-mails, similar to this one. It helps me with the Jazz Music Cause. Create one and use it in all your E-Mails and you can support your cause also. ) Joe Paulhamus JPaulhamus@aol.com Now, If you have a Jazz Related Page Add it to the Directory here. Open Directory - Arts/Music/Styles/Jazz/ Find the appropriate sub-directory from the search box at the entry page. and once that's done go here and get some links to put on your site to help expand the directory, and your program. Webmasters DMOZ Linking Page add then put some links and graphics to your site to help expand this mail list as well. Thanks. Smooth Jazz Joe Paulhamus


From: Tom Towle Subject: [Jazz] Kenny G is not jazz Date: Mon, 24 Dec 2001 14:06:07 +0000 In-Reply-To: <<200112242100.fBOL02t27981@lists3.rootsweb.com>> Who coined the phrase "Smooth jazz"? As if actual jazz lacks refinement! "Smooth jazz" is just light jazz fusion/new world music. Is it possible that there actually exist people who embrace both smooth jazz and actual jazz as being similar? Tom At 02:00 PM 12/24/01 -0700, JAZZ-D-request@rootsweb.com wrote: >JAZZ-D Digest Volume 01 : Issue 3 > >Date: Sun, 23 Dec 2001 21:58:50 EST >From: JPaulhamus@aol.com >To: JAZZ-L@rootsweb.com > >Smooth Jazz WJJZ ( 106.1 ) in Philadelphia, Pa just polled it's listeners for >the top 106 titles which they'll play between 7pm Christmas Eve and Midnight >Christmas Night. > >The Top Five: > >Artist Song Title CD Title >1. George Benson Breezin Breezin >2. Marvin Gaye Sexual Healing Midnight Love >3. Kenny G Songbird Duotones >4. Grover Washington, Jr. Just The Two of Us Winelight >5. Peter White Could It Be I'm Falling In Love Reflections



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From: JPaulhamus@aol.com Subject: [Jazz] Changes at rootsweb Date: Sat, 12 Jan 2002 10:39:21 EST The Norristown Area High School Jazz Band . Unfortunately the Jazz Band at the High School met it's demise this year. Indoor Percussion will be the order of the day instead. Don't Know if it will come back next year or not. Too Bad.



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From: JPaulhamus@aol.com Subject: [Jazz] Berks Jazz Fest 2002 Date: Sun, 10 Feb 2002 11:17:13 EST Berks Arts Council P.O. Box 854 Reading, PA 19403 Contact person: Gary Spencer Phone: 610-655-6374 Fax: 610-655-6378 URL: www.berksjazzfest.com Dates of 2002 event: Mar. 15-24, 2002 2002 talent lineup: Marc Antoine, Patti Austin, Bob Baldwin, Berks Jazz Fest Orchestra, Rick Braun, Norman Brown, The Jimmy Bruno Group, Steve Cole, Shemekia Copeland, Brian Culbertson, Dave Stahl's Sacred Orchestra, Kurt Elling Quartet, Richard Elliot, Fattburger, Fourplay, Ed Hamilton, Ernie Hawkins, Charlie Hunter Quartet, Gregg Karukas, Jeff Lorber, Rosie Ledet, Maysa, Joe McBride, Marion Meadows, Eric Marienthal, Chieli Minucci, Ken Navarro, New York Voices, Jeffrey Osborne, Pieces of a Dream, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Ann Rabson, Reading Pops Orchestra, Roomful of Blues, Joe Sample, David Sanborn, Janis Siegel, Special EFX, Spyro Gyra, Gerald Veasley and many, many more.



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From: JPaulhamus@aol.com Subject: [Jazz] Rochester Jazz Fest 2002 Date: Sat, 09 Mar 2002 08:31:24 EST 567 10th St., Brooklyn, NY 11215 Contact name: John Nugent Phone: 718-788-8032 Fax: 718-499-4080 E-mail: john.nugent@verizon.net URL: www.rochesterjazz.com Dates of 2002 event: June 3-9, 2002



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From: JPaulhamus@aol.com Subject: [Jazz] Syracuse Jazz Fest 2002 Date: Fri, 05 Apr 2002 20:18:38 EST Syracuse Jazz Fest 14 North Avenue - Suite 2, Syracuse, NY 13206 Contact name: Frank Malfitano Phone: 315-437-5627 Fax: 315-437-5627 E-mail: fmalfitano@syracusejazzfest.com URL: www.syracusejazzfest.com Dates of 2002 event: June 21-23 Approximate total attendance: 80,000 2001 talent lineup: The Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra featuring Wynton Marsalis, Dr. John, Pete Fountain, The Neville Brothers.



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From: JPaulhamus@aol.com Subject: [Jazz] Hollywood Jazz Fest 2002 Date: Tue, 14 May 2002 21:28:23 EST Contact name: Dr. Ronald Weber Phone: 954-424-4440 E-mail: rw@southfloridajazz.org URL: www.southfloridajazz.org Dates of 2002 event: November 8-9, 2002 Approximate total attendance: 5,000-10,000 Talent lineup: Ahmad Jamal, Karrin Allyson, Steve Turre Quintet, and Sammy Figueroa & Latin Synergy featuring Dave Valentin and Ray Vega.



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From: JPaulhamus@aol.com Subject: [Jazz] OOps Chicago Jazz Fest 2002 Date: Sat, 8 Jun 2002 10:32:21 EST Sorry, missed this one for some reason Mayor's Office of Special Events, 121 N. LaSalle Street, Room 703, Chicago, IL 60602 Contact name: Jennifer Washington Phone: 312-744-8524 Fax: 312-744-8523 E-mail: jjwashington@cityofchicago.org Dates of 2002 event: Aug. 29-Sept. 1 Approximate total attendance: 315,000 2001 talent lineup included: Dee Dee Bridgewater, Kurt Elling, Greg Osby, Gerald Wilson Orchestra, NDR Big-band and more.



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