Instrument string – U One Music http://u-one-music.com/ Fri, 01 Jul 2022 02:05:35 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://u-one-music.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/profile.png Instrument string – U One Music http://u-one-music.com/ 32 32 The guitarist resumes his annual 7-string concerts https://u-one-music.com/the-guitarist-resumes-his-annual-7-string-concerts/ Thu, 30 Jun 2022 22:18:34 +0000 https://u-one-music.com/the-guitarist-resumes-his-annual-7-string-concerts/ An unusual Davis musical tradition returns to the concert scene in early July, as guitarist and composer Matthew Grasso hosts another of his annual concerts featuring several performers playing music for the seven-string guitar (one string higher). than the “standard” instrument). Grasso began to take a serious interest in the seven-string guitar a few years […]]]>

An unusual Davis musical tradition returns to the concert scene in early July, as guitarist and composer Matthew Grasso hosts another of his annual concerts featuring several performers playing music for the seven-string guitar (one string higher). than the “standard” instrument).

Grasso began to take a serious interest in the seven-string guitar a few years ago, and he eventually asked Northern California luthier Greg Byers to build him a custom instrument. And Grasso started networking with other guitarists who love a seven-string instrument.

In 2007, while chatting with Watermelon Music owner Jeff Simmons, Grasso joked about organizing a concert focusing on 7-string guitars to be held on July 7 (i.e. 7/7) from 7:07 p.m., with a donation suggestion. $7 at the door. But soon, Grasso realized that his “joke” was actually a project he wanted to pursue. And when Grasso’s unusual concert took place, the performance drew a packed audience, much to Grasso’s delight.

Guitarist and composer Matthew Grasso will bring back his annual concert with the seven-string guitar on July 7. Courtesy picture

Encouraged by the success of what he originally considered a one-time project, Grasso decided to hold a concert on July 7 (focusing on 7-string guitars) on an annual basis. And the annual concert has become a distinctive musical tradition from mid-summer in Davis…that is, until 2020, when the COVID pandemic (which canceled all local concerts for many months) forced Grasso to suspend his annual July 7 concert.

In 2021, Grasso relaunched his annual seven-string guitar concert, this time as a small-scale outdoor “alley concert” on July 7. Seven.”

This year’s concert will take place on Thursday, July 7, again starting at 7:07 p.m. The venue will be the Davis Odd Fellows Hall at 415 Second Street, and Grasso will be joined by renowned seven-string guitarist Adrian Bellue (who has aa released several albums and performed in Sacramento, Davis and in the Canadian city of Repentigny, in the province of Quebec during the month of July). In addition to Grasso and Bellue, other performers will include a violin/guitar duo and outfit known as the Multi-String Guitar Ensemble (featuring a variety of instruments with seven or more strings. Suggested donation is $14 (7×2) or $21 (7×3). matthewgrasso.com.

In an essay (published on his website) that describes how he converted to the seven-string guitar, Grasso writes, “Although the seven-string guitar presented me with a bigger mountain to climb mentally and physically, the additional possibilities it offers made the effort worthwhile. I had to abandon my previous six-string guitar repertoire. This led me to create new transcriptions of works such as Ravel’s Suite de la Mère l’Oie, Debussy’s Prelude to “The Afternoon of a Faun” and Rachmaninoff’s Symphony No. . I have also composed a handful of new works for the seven-string guitar, including a concerto. The possibilities of composition and arrangement offered by this instrument are really exciting.

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Amid a series of union wage demands, 1970s historian DOMINIC SANDBROOK says the government must be tough https://u-one-music.com/amid-a-series-of-union-wage-demands-1970s-historian-dominic-sandbrook-says-the-government-must-be-tough/ Tue, 28 Jun 2022 00:26:16 +0000 https://u-one-music.com/amid-a-series-of-union-wage-demands-1970s-historian-dominic-sandbrook-says-the-government-must-be-tough/ A few decades ago, as older readers will remember, the vocabulary of our political life was very different. Britain in the 1970s was a strange land of government covenants and social contracts, industrial correspondents and picket line confrontations, wage standards and incomes politics. On TV, burly men with huge glasses kept walking out of Downing […]]]>

A few decades ago, as older readers will remember, the vocabulary of our political life was very different.

Britain in the 1970s was a strange land of government covenants and social contracts, industrial correspondents and picket line confrontations, wage standards and incomes politics.

On TV, burly men with huge glasses kept walking out of Downing Street, having partakes of the proverbial beer and sandwiches.

To the cameras, they muttered something about the government’s disappointing new wage offer, shaking their heads sadly at the thought of their starving members.

A group of women and local shoppers hold signs to protest against rising food prices and inflation-linked rising costs of living outside a supermarket in Tottenham, north London, on February 20 1971

Several weeks of negotiations would follow, with the prospect of a strike appearing ever greater.

Nightmare

Then, finally, the union leaders reappeared, brandishing a piece of paper on which the magic number – perhaps ten, 20 or even 30 per cent – was written for all to see, a shining symbol of their victory.

And during that time, in supermarkets and at gas pumps, prices kept climbing. Such was the way of the world.

Until recently, this all seemed like ancient history. But with inflation soaring, railroads shut down in industrial action, and rumors of an impending summer of discontent, the events of the 1970s are beginning to seem uncomfortably familiar.

And with union leaders pushing for new pay deals, Boris Johnson faces an unenviable choice. Does he want to emulate Harold Wilson, who gave the unions double-digit wage increases, only to see inflation peak above a record 26%?

Is he a Jim Callaghan, who insisted on tough wage limits, only to see Britain engulfed in the Winter’s nightmare of striking discontent?

Or is he a Margaret Thatcher, who refused to get involved in wage negotiations, but instead used the blunt instrument of high interest rates to drive inflation out of the system?

“As union leaders push for new pay deals, Boris Johnson faces an unenviable choice. Does he want to emulate Harold Wilson, who handed unions double-digit pay rises, only to see inflation peak at- above a record 26%?

“The RMT has demanded a raise of at least 7% for its members, while Network Rail is only offering 3%.  But our railway workers are just the first in a long line that winds its way along Whitehall, with other employees demanding even higher raises.

“The RMT has demanded a raise of at least 7% for its members, while Network Rail is only offering 3%. But our railway workers are just the first in a long line that winds its way along Whitehall, with other employees demanding even higher raises.

Even a few years ago, when inflation was virtually non-existent, such parallels might have seemed ludicrous. But as in the 1970s, rising global commodity prices sparked an almost overnight explosion in union wage demands.

The RMT has demanded a raise of at least 7% for its members, while Network Rail is only offering 3%. But our railway workers are just the first in a long line that winds its way along Whitehall, with other employees demanding even higher raises.

Local government unions demanded 11% for social workers and other council staff. Teachers are talking about an “inflation plus” pay rise to a similar figure, with their representatives threatening to strike in the fall if they don’t get what they want. Nurses, for their part, want an increase of more than 12%.

At Heathrow, check-in staff belonging to the Unite and GMB unions have already voted to strike unless their wage demands are met. And criminal lawyers across England and Wales walked out yesterday seeking a 15 per cent pay rise for legal aid work, some in tears, rather implausibly, as their doorsteps -speech recited their requests.

Excessive

Perhaps most alarmingly, members of the British Medical Association voted yesterday to pursue a whopping 30 per cent pay rise over the next five years, with strikes threatened this winter unless NHS bosses relent . So if you thought waitlists were bad now. . .

In public, the ministers pledged to stick to their policy of wage moderation. Chief Treasury Secretary Simon Clarke told a newspaper this week that the unions’ demands were ‘grossly excessive’ and insisted there was simply no money for bigger deals. sumptuous.

Treasury Chief Secretary Simon Clarke has spoken out against unions demanding pay rises, pointing out that generous pay deals in the public sector would cost money

Treasury Chief Secretary Simon Clarke has spoken out against unions demanding pay rises, stressing that generous pay deals in the public sector would cost money “we just don’t have any”.

“For us to run after double digit numbers,” he argued, “would go directly against the interests of those doctors, those nurses. If we want this situation to resolve itself …the best thing we can do is not compound the problems by effectively offering the false premise that you can just keep paying people very high settlements, driven by inflation.

Unions insist they are simply trying to defend their members against the ravages of inflation. In reality, however, high wage increases would only add fuel to the fire, because as any economic historian knows, you cannot drive down prices by throwing more and more money at it.

Another obvious problem, as Mr. Clarke points out, is that generous pay deals in the public sector would cost money that we simply don’t have.

In the first year of the pandemic, we borrowed £310bn, followed by another £144bn a year later.

Pumping billions more into the economy would not only fuel the inflationary fire, it would leave us even more indebted.

As it stands, we already have to pay £83billion in interest on the debt this year. Going into even more debt to appease the unions may seem attractive in the short term, but in the long term it would be economic madness.

As Mr. Clarke notes, there is a compelling lesson of history here. When Harold Wilson became prime minister for the second time in March 1974, his bin was filled with union wage demands, as well as reports of soaring inflation in supermarkets and forecourts.

Desperate to fend off the threat of strikes, Wilson gave the unions what they wanted. First the miners, who were already on strike, won 32%. Then, as prices soared, came the deluge. Energy workers got 31%, civil servants 32%, doctors 35% and dockers 30%.

“In the end, it was only Margaret Thatcher’s harsh economic medicine, with interest rates peaking at 17%, that squeezed inflation out of the system”

What is extraordinary is that even the union leaders knew it was madness. Trades Union Congress leader Len Murray recalled that privately, his colleagues mutter: “Listen, we have to do something about this.

But in their own mind, their only responsibility was to their members. It was the government’s job, they believed, to draw the line. And if the government was too spineless to say ‘no’, then they and their members would just continue to take their earnings.

The result was a disaster. By the spring of 1975, borrowing had reached record highs, while inflation had reached a post-war high of 26%.

A year later, with confidence in the pound plummeting, Britain was forced to ask the International Monetary Fund for a then-record bailout of £2.3 billion. Privately, US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger remarked that Britain had “fallen into begging, borrowing, stealing. . . That Britain has become such a crook is a shame.”

In the end, it was only Margaret Thatcher’s harsh economic medicine, with interest rates peaking at 17%, that squeezed inflation out of the system. But the victory came at a colossal cost in bankruptcies, foreclosures and job losses, which could well have been avoided if previous governments had shown more courage.

Shock

With the economy in such a desperately delicate state after the rigors of the pandemic, Britain cannot afford a repeat performance.

Yes, I know rising inflation means we are all feeling the effects. But this time unions should be more socially responsible than a generation ago.

If they continue to aim for colossal wage increases, they will only increase the inflation they claim to protect their members from, which means we will suffer a bigger shock later.

As for the government, it should see this as a chance to show its courage and stick to its guns. It is true that a Summer of Discontent would be a grim prospect. But unless ministers stand firm, we could be faced season after season with rising wage demands – and month after month with soaring prices. Can Boris Johnson say ‘no’ and stick to it?

As we said in the 1970s, that’s the six billion dollar question. Or the $60 billion question, if unions get what they want.

Dominic Sandbrook is the author of Seasons In The Sun: The Battle For Britain, 1974-1979 (Penguin).

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The Chief Medical Officer has a new string to his bow – Connacht Tribune – Galway City Tribune: https://u-one-music.com/the-chief-medical-officer-has-a-new-string-to-his-bow-connacht-tribune-galway-city-tribune/ Sat, 25 Jun 2022 07:19:55 +0000 https://u-one-music.com/the-chief-medical-officer-has-a-new-string-to-his-bow-connacht-tribune-galway-city-tribune/ The woman who guided Galway and the West through the global pandemic succeeds Tony Holohan as Ireland’s chief medical officer. Professor Breda Smyth, director of public health at HSE West, has been promoted to interim CMO. The Mayo native takes over on July 4 when Dr. Holohan steps down after 14 years in the role. […]]]>

The woman who guided Galway and the West through the global pandemic succeeds Tony Holohan as Ireland’s chief medical officer.

Professor Breda Smyth, director of public health at HSE West, has been promoted to interim CMO.

The Mayo native takes over on July 4 when Dr. Holohan steps down after 14 years in the role.

Health Minister Stephen Donnelly said Prof Smyth would fill the post, on secondment, on a short-term basis until a new permanent CMO is appointed.

Currently, she is Professor of Public Health Medicine at NUI Galway, Public Health Consultant for HSE West, and has specialized in Public Health for the past 16 years.

Professor Smyth was a member of the National Public Health Emergency Team (NPHET), which advised on Ireland’s response to the pandemic, including recommending restrictions and lockdown guidelines.

Professor Smyth said: ‘I am delighted to have the opportunity to work with colleagues across the Department of Health and across our health and social care services to build on the tremendous work being done, at the both before and during Covid-19, to promote and protect public health and the health and well-being of the people of Ireland.

“The pandemic has put public health in the spotlight, and I look forward to the opportunity to drive the public health agenda forward through important cross-government initiatives such as Healthy Ireland and Sláintecare to improve health and wellbeing. of the entire population, including marginalized groups and continue to address health inequalities.

Minister Donnelly said the process of recruiting a full-time replacement for Dr Holohan has begun.

He thanked Prof Smyth for holding the post “on an interim basis until an open competition for a permanent CMO is completed”.

Minister Donnelly said: “Professor Smith has a unique skill set with the requisite combination of academic, political and frontline experience having provided leadership, expert and professional public health advice nationally and in HSE West over the past few years. She has contributed significantly to the national response to Covid-19 in her many roles throughout the management of the pandemic.

“Professor Smyth brings to this position this considerable experience, her excellent leadership ability and her broad skills in public health, and I really look forward to working with her.”

The new acting CMO is also enjoying a hugely successful parallel life as an accomplished musician – part of a family that graced stages around the world…including last weekend at the Galway Folk Festival when she played at Monroe’s.

Hailing from Straide, she and her siblings Cora, Maria and Sean – a founding member of the Lunasa band – are no strangers to the spotlight. Cora and Sean, like her sister, are also qualified doctors and Maria, has a doctorate in biochemistry.

“Music was really a part of our lives,” she has said in the past. “Our mother, Nancy, was a teacher before we were born and she took us to classical music lessons. We played violins, flutes, bodhrans and piano – we tried a lot of instruments, but we really stuck with violin and flute.

She has toured and performed around the world as a violinist with Lord of the Dance and Michael Flately’s Feet of Flames, which included performances at the Ryder Cup and the prestigious Red Cross Ball for the Royal Family in Monaco.

A fiddle and flute player, she released her debut album ‘Basil and Thyme’ in 2002 and was later named Irish Music Magazine’s Female Traditional Musician of the Year.

She has recorded and performed with many international artists including Paul Brady, Eddie Reader, Sharon Shannon, Gerry Douglas, Luka Bloom, Hazel O’Connor and many more.

Breda Smyth also married into another musical family; her husband is Jimmy Higgins, percussionists with the Stunning and more recently a familiar presence with Christy Moore.

They have two children, Blathnaid and Donal, who is an accomplished football player, who left Galway United on a sports scholarship with UCD.

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The 6 Best Orchestral String VST Plugins for Music Production in 2022 https://u-one-music.com/the-6-best-orchestral-string-vst-plugins-for-music-production-in-2022/ Thu, 23 Jun 2022 21:40:44 +0000 https://u-one-music.com/the-6-best-orchestral-string-vst-plugins-for-music-production-in-2022/ Recreating an authentic-sounding ensemble in your music productions can be challenging, especially when you’re a new producer. Because actual chamber string sections or actual ensembles have an incredible amount of articulation and expression that computers just can’t replicate without great attention to detail (which new producers just don’t …at least not yet). ADVERTISING Thank you […]]]>

Recreating an authentic-sounding ensemble in your music productions can be challenging, especially when you’re a new producer.

Because actual chamber string sections or actual ensembles have an incredible amount of articulation and expression that computers just can’t replicate without great attention to detail (which new producers just don’t …at least not yet).

Of course, you can just rely on samples from Splice’s audio libraries. But there will always come a time when you want more control over the music you make. That’s when you know it’s time to step up to the big leagues and invest in one of the best orchestral string VSTs on the market.

But which one to choose first?

After all, string orchestra plugins are known to cost a pretty penny and you don’t want to buy the wrong one. That’s why we’ve broken it all down for you and found the absolute best options for anyone using VST strings.

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Global Bowed String Instruments Market Report by Player, Region, Type, Application and Sales Channel, Forecast 2022-2030 – Indian Defense News https://u-one-music.com/global-bowed-string-instruments-market-report-by-player-region-type-application-and-sales-channel-forecast-2022-2030-indian-defense-news/ Thu, 23 Jun 2022 05:39:59 +0000 https://u-one-music.com/global-bowed-string-instruments-market-report-by-player-region-type-application-and-sales-channel-forecast-2022-2030-indian-defense-news/ The most crucial part of MMR observation, which provides a high-level assessment of impacts and critical data. It also includes information on business needs and transportation trends. This observation includes String Instruments market analysis along with classification to help clients find significant company information. Furthermore, the study provides crucial data about the bowed string […]]]>

The most crucial part of MMR observation, which provides a high-level assessment of impacts and critical data. It also includes information on business needs and transportation trends. This observation includes String Instruments market analysis along with classification to help clients find significant company information. Furthermore, the study provides crucial data about the bowed string instruments market for the forecast period 2022-2028.

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Violin
Alto
Cello
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Stentor
Anton Breton
Cremona
Pirastro
thomastik
Hidersin
J Lasalle
Progress
Hercules
Traveler
D’Addario
Bellafina
Bridge
Cremona
Engelhardt
Study
Karl Willhelm
Kniling
Maple leaf strings
Bay of Barcus
Bridge
D’Addario
Earthenware
Hofner
musicians equipment
Thug
silver stream
super sensitive
The Realist

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Global Bowed String Instruments Market Growth Drivers, Business Developments, Segmentation, and Technologies 2022-2028 – Instant Interview https://u-one-music.com/global-bowed-string-instruments-market-growth-drivers-business-developments-segmentation-and-technologies-2022-2028-instant-interview/ Thu, 23 Jun 2022 05:35:57 +0000 https://u-one-music.com/global-bowed-string-instruments-market-growth-drivers-business-developments-segmentation-and-technologies-2022-2028-instant-interview/ Well under further investigation Global bowed string instruments market from 2022 to 2028 by MarketsandResearch.biz provides reliable and enumerated survey of business attributes, fragment descriptions, major drivers and restraints, and genuine insight into the future growth of the global market. The report provides information on key drivers, most recent market developments, probable industry capacity, hazards, […]]]>

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Numerous analytical techniques including SWOT analysis and Porter’s five forces analysis have been employed for the global standard analysis of the Bowed String Instruments market. This research provides appropriate scope during events and advancement of a plan to capitalize on market potential and help various organizations.

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Topographic survey of industry vendors, segmentation by type and application have all been considered. Its original purpose is to help users achieve eco-friendly germination in specific regions. Growth models are based on economic variables that influence product development in the region. The study contains a meticulous survey of current trends, development opportunities, difficulties and obstacles.

In the global market research, the research reveals the following major regions:

  • North America (United States, Canada and Mexico)
  • Europe (Germany, France, UK, Russia, Italy and Rest of Europe)
  • Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India, Southeast Asia and Australia)
  • South America (Brazil, Argentina, Colombia and rest of South America)
  • Middle East and Africa (Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Egypt, South Africa and Rest of Middle East and Africa)

The following application forms were found in the study report:

  • Popular music
  • Classical music
  • Others

The largest merchant producers listed in the studies:

  • Astraea
  • Stentor
  • Anton Breton
  • Cremona
  • Pirastro
  • thomastik
  • Hidersin
  • J Lasalle
  • Progress
  • Hercules
  • Traveler
  • D’Addario
  • Bellafina
  • Bridge
  • Cremona
  • Engelhardt
  • Study
  • Karl Willhelm
  • Knilling
  • Maple leaf strings
  • Bay of Barcus
  • Bridge
  • D’Addario
  • Earthenware
  • Hofner
  • musician equipment
  • Thug
  • silver stream
  • super sensitive
  • The Realist

The following product categories are highlighted in the study literature:

  • Violin
  • Alto
  • Cello
  • Others

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The Diderot String Quartet plays at Richardson https://u-one-music.com/the-diderot-string-quartet-plays-at-richardson/ Wed, 22 Jun 2022 06:30:21 +0000 https://u-one-music.com/the-diderot-string-quartet-plays-at-richardson/ A NEW APPROACH: The Diderot String Quartet will perform a free concert of music from the 18th and 19th centuries on Sunday, June 26 at 2 p.m. in the Richardson Auditorium on the campus of Princeton University. The second concert of the 55th season of free Princeton University Summer Chamber Concerts will take place with […]]]>

A NEW APPROACH: The Diderot String Quartet will perform a free concert of music from the 18th and 19th centuries on Sunday, June 26 at 2 p.m. in the Richardson Auditorium on the campus of Princeton University.

The second concert of the 55th season of free Princeton University Summer Chamber Concerts will take place with the Diderot String Quartet on Sunday, June 26 at 2 p.m. in the Richardson Auditorium on the Princeton University campus. The concert will explore “The Legacy of the Fugue” with Bach Runaway Art and Mendelssohn’s String Quartet No. 2 in A minor, Op. 13.

Named after the 18th century French philosopher and Boccherini enthusiast Denis Diderot, the quartet brings a new approach to 18th and 19th century works. Diderot reunited in 2012 after first meeting at the Oberlin Conservatory and the Juilliard School. The four musicians share a background in historical performance and a passion for the string quartet genre; they found the pleasure of exploring the quartet’s repertoire on period instruments irresistible.

Recent and upcoming engagements include Chamber Music Pittsburgh, Santa Fe Pro Musica, Lincoln Friends of Chamber Music (NE), Connecticut Early Music Festival, Rockefeller University’s Tri-I Noon Recital Series; The Crypt Sessions (NYC); and Music before 1800 in New York. Diderot has also been featured in performances at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Toledo Museum of Art, and the Morgan Library in New York. The Quartet was quartet-in-residence at the Washington National Cathedral for five seasons and was a visiting professor at the Baroque Performance Institute in Oberlin.

For tickets, visit tickets.princeton.edu. There is a limit of two tickets for the orchestra and four for the balcony.

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The Cassatt String Quartet will perform with guitarist Elliot Fisk at the Boston GuitarFest Gala Concert https://u-one-music.com/the-cassatt-string-quartet-will-perform-with-guitarist-elliot-fisk-at-the-boston-guitarfest-gala-concert/ Mon, 20 Jun 2022 19:54:27 +0000 https://u-one-music.com/the-cassatt-string-quartet-will-perform-with-guitarist-elliot-fisk-at-the-boston-guitarfest-gala-concert/ The acclaimed Cassatt String Quartet will join Boston GuitarFest Co-Founder and Artistic Director, American classical guitarist Elliot Fisk for a live gala concert from the 17th Annual Boston GuitarFest. The event, which will also be streamed, will take place at Jordan Hall at the New England Conservatory (30 Gainsborough St, Boston, MA 02115) in Boston […]]]>

The acclaimed Cassatt String Quartet will join Boston GuitarFest Co-Founder and Artistic Director, American classical guitarist Elliot Fisk for a live gala concert from the 17th Annual Boston GuitarFest. The event, which will also be streamed, will take place at Jordan Hall at the New England Conservatory (30 Gainsborough St, Boston, MA 02115) in Boston Massachusetts on Saturday, June 25, 2022 at 8:00 p.m. EDT.

Entitled “Toward the Light,” the concert will feature a world premiere of Daniel Strong Godfrey’s guitar quintet and string quartet, as well as works by Turina, Granados and Boccherini. An open dress rehearsal with the Cassatts and Mr. Fisk will also take place at Jordan Hall Fisk at 5:00 p.m. EDT. The Cassatt String Quartet will appear in the line-up of first violinist Muneko Otani, second violinist Jennifer Leshnower, violist Ah Ling Neu and cellist Gwen Krosnick. The full program follows:

Joaquín Turina La Oración del Torero (for string quartet)

Enrique Granados Danza Española #5 “Andaluza”**

Enrique Granados Danza Española #10 “Sad Danza”**

Isaac Albéniz Torre Bermeja**

Ernesto Halffter Habanera **

Isaac Albéniz Seville**

Luigi Boccherini Quintet for Guitar in D, G 448

I. Pastoral

II. Allegro Maestoso

III. Serious Assai

IV. fandango

Intermission

Daniel S. Godfrey Toward Light: Quintet for guitar and string quartet*

II. Twilight: Prayer

III. Midnight: Dance

IV. Before Dawn: Cadence

V. Dawn: Running towards the light

*World Premiere

** Lead guitar, trans. For guitar by E.Fisk

General admission of $40 for the gala concert can be purchased on the event website: https://bostonguitarfest.org/product/concert-tickets-toward-the-light-gala-concert/. All audience members must send either 1) proof of vaccination (three shots/boosted) or 2) negative test result (antigen within 24 hours or PCR within 72 hours) in advance. For more information, visit the Boston Guitar Fest website: https://bostonguitarfest.org/and the Cassatt String Quartet website: http://www.cassattquartet.com/.

Guitarist Eliot Fisk is known worldwide as a charismatic performer famous for his adventurous and virtuoso repertoire.

Having performed as a soloist with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Houston Symphony, Rochester Symphony, Orchestra of St. Lukes, Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra, Pro Arte Orchestra, American Composers Orchestra, Boston Modern Orchestra Project (BMOP ) and many others, he returns regularly to major concert series such as Stanford Lively Arts, Spivey Hall (Atlanta), Duke University Performances, Newman Center for the Performing Arts in Denver; Lincoln Center, The Metropolitan Museum of Art and 92nd Street Y in New York, Da Camera Society in Houston, Da Camera Society in Los Angeles, San Francisco Chamber Music; Segovia Series at Pick-Staiger Hall at Northwestern University; Jordan Hall, Boston; Orange County Center for the Performing Arts; Brahms, Mozart and Schubert Saal (Vienna); Mozarteum Grosser Saal (Salzburg); Wigmore Hall and Queen Elizabeth Hall (London) and in many guitar festivals such as those in Cordoba, Spain; Belgrade, Serbia; and Iserlohn, Bad Aibling and Hersbrueck, Germany.

He has collaborated with many chamber music colleagues including flautist Paula Robison; clarinetist, Richard Stoltzman; cellist Yehuda Hanani; the violinists Ruggiero Ricci, Gidon Kremer and Joshua Bell, the string quartets Shanghai, Juilliard, Miro, Borromeo and Arditti.

The classical guitar repertoire has been transformed by Fisk’s countless transcriptions (including works by Bach, Scarlatti, Haydn, Mozart, Paganini, Schubert, Mendelssohn, Granados, Albeniz and many more). In addition, many new works have been dedicated to him by composers as varied as Leonardo Balada, Robert Beaser, Luciano Berio, Ralf Gawlick, Nicholas Maw, George Rochberg, Daniel Bernard Roumain and Kurt Schwertsik.

Eliot Fisk is the founder and artistic director of Boston GuitarFest (www.bostonguitarfest.org) an annual interdisciplinary event co-sponsored by the New England Conservatory and Northeastern University and now entering its 13th consecutive year. In 2017, he established and served as artistic director of the first ever hugely successful Salzburg Guitar Festival at the Universität Mozarteum Salzburg.

Hailed for their “powerful rapport and relentless commitment” (Jay Harvey Upstage, 2021), the New York-based Cassatt String Quartet have performed around the world, with appearances at Alice Tully Hall and the Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall; Tanglewood Music Center; the Kennedy Center; Champs-Élysées Theater; National Center of the Arts; Maeda Room; and Beijing Central Conservatory. At the Library of Congress, the Cassatts performed on the Library’s matching quartet of Stradivarius instruments.

CassatUpcoming projects include early performances and recordings of works by Daniel S. Godfrey, Dylan Schneider, Gerald Cohen and Shirish Korde; collaborations with Ursula Oppens, Eliot Fisk, Oskar Espina Ruíz, Colin Williams and Narek Arutyunian; their annual residencies in Texas and Maine; local concerts in the New York area; and appearances at Music Mountain, Treetops Chamber Music Society, Maverick Concerts and Jordan Hall.

Alex Ross named the work of the Cassatt Quartet three times in his roundup of New Yorker Magazine’s “Top 10 Classic Recordings”. The band’s prolific discography of over forty recordings includes new quartets by Steven Stucky, Daniel S. Godfrey, Sebastian Currier and Samuel Adler. They have recorded for the Koch, Naxos, New World, Point, CRI, Tzadik and Albany labels.

The quartet has been featured on NPR’s “Performance Today”, WGBH Boston, New York’s WQXR and WNYC, Canadian Radio CBC and Radio France. They have appeared in numerous virtual concert series and performances on online platforms.

Formed in 1985 with the encouragement of the Juilliard Quartet, the Cassatt String Quartet was the first participant in Juilliard’s Graduate String Quartet Residency. They have received major awards from the National Endowment for the Arts, USAArtists International, Chamber Music America, CMA/ASCAP, Banff International String Quartet Competition, Fischoff and Coleman Chamber Music Association, Mary Flagler Cary Charitable Trust, from Meet the Composer and the music foundations Amphion, Copland, Fromm and Alice M. Ditson. Since 1995, the ensemble has been on the New York State Council on the Arts list of performing artists.

The CSQ has performed nationally and internationally to critical acclaim. The New York Times praised their “bold, deep retelling” of Shostakovich’s String Quartet No. 8 (Anthony Tommasini, 2015). Concerto Net wrote: “Wherever one encounters the Cassatt Quartet…one is amazed at both their prowess and their unfailing inspiration” (2018). SoundWordSight praised their “wonderful performance, with beautifully integrated sound” (Jeffrey James, 2017); and Jay Harvey said that “the enthusiastic reception of their performance by large audiences was both predictable and well-deserved” (Jay Harvey Upstage, 2021).

The Cassatt Quartet is deeply committed to the training of young musicians and has given courses for composers and performers at the American Academy in Rome; the Toho school in Tokyo; the Bowdoin International Music Festival; Columbia, Cornell, Princeton and Syracuse Universities; and the University of Pennsylvania. Since 1995, the CSQ has been in residence at the Seal Bay Festival of Contemporary American Chamber Music in Maine; and, since 2005, at Cassatt in the Basin!, an annual educational residency in Odessa, Texas.

The Cassatt Quartet is recognized for its genius in contemporary and traditional repertoire and has collaborated with members of the Tokyo, Cleveland and Vermeer Quartets. pianists Ursula Oppens and Marc-André Hamelin; clarinetist David Shifrin, flautist Ransom Wilson, jazz pianist Fred Hersch and didgeridoo player Simon 7; the Trisha Brown Dance Company; and composers Louis Andriessen, Kaija Saariaho, Joan Tower, John Corigliano, Tania León, Shulamit Ran and Augusta Read Thomas.

Named in honor of impressionist painter Mary Cassatt, the quartet is made up of violinists Muneko Otani and Jennifer Leshnower; cellist Gwen Krosnick and violist Rosemary Nelis. Ah Ling Neu will serve as violist for this concert.

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Musical Instruments – Strings Market Outlook 2022 and Forecast to 2029 https://u-one-music.com/musical-instruments-strings-market-outlook-2022-and-forecast-to-2029/ Fri, 17 Jun 2022 17:31:38 +0000 https://u-one-music.com/musical-instruments-strings-market-outlook-2022-and-forecast-to-2029/ Los Angeles, USA,-According to the report of the verified market report, the global Musical Instruments – Strings Market is expected to grow at a tremendous rate in the forthcoming years. Titled “Global Musical Instruments – Strings Market Size and Forecast 2022-2029”, this report provides an in-depth look at the future of the global Musical Instruments […]]]>

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Market size available for years 2022 – 2030
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EHX pedal turns a guitar into a string synth https://u-one-music.com/ehx-pedal-turns-a-guitar-into-a-string-synth/ Fri, 17 Jun 2022 01:07:37 +0000 https://u-one-music.com/ehx-pedal-turns-a-guitar-into-a-string-synth/ EHX pedal turns a guitar into a string synth Electro-Harmonix presents the STRING9 string ensemble 06/17/22 Electro-Harmonix tells us that their new String ensemble STRING9 transforms a guitar tone into nine different orchestral and string synth sounds and requires no special mic, MIDI, or instrument editing. They say that using the same technology that powers […]]]>

EHX pedal turns a guitar into a string synth

Electro-Harmonix presents the STRING9 string ensemble 06/17/22


Electro-Harmonix tells us that their new String ensemble STRING9 transforms a guitar tone into nine different orchestral and string synth sounds and requires no special mic, MIDI, or instrument editing. They say that using the same technology that powers all EHX 9 Series pedals, the STRING9 creates fully polyphonic sounds that pay homage to some of the most iconic string synthesizers, and now features EHX’s signature Freeze effect. EHX on 3 of the presets.

A rotary switch allows the user to select the sound of their choice, as follows:

  • Symphonic: Recreates the sound of a large symphony orchestra and features an octave down effect on the lower range of the guitar
  • June-O: emulates the sound of the Juno® analog string synthesizer
  • PCM: Sound of a small studio string section sampled by a vintage PCM keyboard
  • Floppy: Emulates the sound of an Orchestron® optical disc playback sampler
  • AARP: Emulates the classic ARP Solina® String Synthesizer
  • Crewman: Emulates the Crumar Performer® analog string and brass synthesizer
  • Orch Freeze: Orchestral sound with Freeze effect
  • Synth Freeze: String synthesizer sound with Freeze effect
  • VOX Freeze: Mellotron® chorus and strings sound with Freeze effect

The pedal is equipped with independent Effect and Dry volume controls so players can fine-tune their mix at the Effects Out jack, as well as a Dry Out jack that outputs the input signal at unity gain at any time. moment.

Knobs 1 and 2 have been designed to adjust the parameters of each of the nine optimized programs to make each sound usable and flexible.

The STRING9 String Ensemble is equipped with an EHX 9V power supply.

Price and availability:
The STRING9 String Ensemble is available now and has a US list price of $247.10.

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