About Kurt Weill--Discography Carole Farley, soprano, Michael Guttman, violinist, Rheinische Philharmonie, José WithChristopher Littlewood, piano Charles Rydell, Margaret whiting and others http://www.kwf.org/pages/kwdisco.html
Extractions: Aufstieg und Fall der Stadt Mahagonny. Aufstieg und Fall der Stadt Mahagonny. . Frederick Burchinal, Dale Travis, Margaret Thompson, Westminster Choir, Spoleto Festival USA Orchestra, Julius Rudel, cond. EMI 7243 5 56976 2. Die Dreigroschenoper. Frankfurt Opera; Wolfgang Rennert, cond. Philips 426 668-2. [CD reissue of 1966 recording.] Die Dreigroschenoper. Kollo, Kemper, Milva, Adorf, Dernesch; RIAS Berlin Sinfonietta, John Mauceri, cond. London 430075. Die Dreigroschenoper. Bulgarian Television and Radio Mixed Choir and Symphony Orchestra; Victor Symonette, cond. Koch International Classics 3-7006-2. Die Dreigroschenoper. Die Dreigoschenoper. Baal, Clarin, Degenhardt, Drews, Held, Messemer, Qualtinger, Wieder; Harald Vock, Regie; James Last, Musikalische Leitung. Polyphon 847 515-2; Polydor 543 563-2. [Die Dreigroschenoper] L'Opera de Quat'Sous. In French: Oswald D'Andrea, cond. Disques Jacques Canetti 101272. [Die Dreigroschenoper] The Threepenny Opera.
1073 North Benson Spring 2000 26, christopher B. Love AHANA Student Achievement Embassy and featured Austrian violinistKaren Adam Editorial Board Douglas whiting Associate Vice President http://www.fairfield.edu/publications/1073/1073spring00.htm
Extractions: Touch and Live Photo by Susan Warner (Above) AHANA Alumni Unity Reception, January 29. Back row, standing (l-r): Luis Ballena '98, Marilyn Lopez Flores '89, Tabitha Brickhouse Fortt '90, Johnnie Jones '94, Elner Scott Morrell '81, Dan Caldera '02, Charise Burt '92, Larri Mazon, director of Multicultural Relations, Heather Clinton '98, Von Potter '96, Luis Rivera '95, Kaimwatie Bhairo '97. Middle row, sitting (l-r): Simone Coley '96, Cathy Perry '90, Martha Alejandro Bird '90, Priscilla Resto '97, and Cynthia Swift, counselor in Multicultural Relations. Front row (l-r): Mildred Scott '97, Jamie Capafoli '00, Justin Wright '00, Diana Yepes '90, Eileen Lopez '92, and Sim Taing '93. For Dr. Tabitha Brickhouse Fortt '90, family practitioner and mother of three young children, reaching out to current and prospective AHANA students at Fairfield University just comes naturally. Since October, the former women's basketball standout has been back to visit for the Christopher B. Love AHANA Student Achivement Awards Dinner, Unity 2000 (an alumni reunion and student mentoring program), Horizons Weekend (an introduction to campus life and academics for accepted AHANA students), and "just to play some basketball" in Alumni Hall.
Campus Currents April 2001 By Douglas J. whiting, Associate Vice President for Ciavaglia '04 and directed byChristopher Jack '01 guitarist Eric Donnell '03, violinist Michael Capriotti http://www.fairfield.edu/publications/ccapril01/ccapril01.htm
Extractions: Photo by Phil Humnicky A marathon runner. A one-time professional singer in a pop and rock band (who has since scaled back to chorale tenor). A collector of fine wines, and a window shopper for the vintages he'd love to own. A scientist whose teaching and research take place at the intersection of mathematics and computer science, and whose appreciation for the Jesuit tradition of education includes a commitment to the liberal arts, a keen interest in academic innovation, and a strong belief in the value of service learning. Meet Dr. Timothy Law Snyder, who will join Fairfield University as Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences on July 1, 2001. Having spent the last fourteen years at Georgetown University - as a faculty member, department chair, and Dean of Science - Dr. Snyder considers the opportunity to assume a broader role at Fairfield University a matter of "Divine luck." "Fairfield is known as a strong institution, with a strong faculty, strong administration, and bright students," he says. "In making a change, I wanted to remain affiliated with the Jesuit educational tradition because of its intellectual muscle, emphasis on the liberal arts, and commitment to service. Fairfield University is a place attuned to life in all its dimensions, and is actively engaged in service to society. For me, that's a real fit, as is the Jesuit appreciation for other cultures, subcultures, and traditions."
Verbier Festival & Academy the road to a musical paradise By christopher Woods Students Jack Liebeck, a 21year-oldviolinist at the reaction is that UBS is merely whiting its banking http://www.verbierfestival.com/press/londontimes.htm
Extractions: Music students not constrained by poverty to to toil in a pub or a burger bar during July and August could have done a lot worse than to spend part of their holidays at an international music festival, whether in the alpine pastures of Switzerland or the equally languid surrounds of an English country estate in South Devon. For those who prefer the lure of the continent, the Verbier Festival and Academy has it all. Located in the shadow of the Alps in the Valais region of Switzerland, where meadows abound with wild flowers and butterflies, and the bells of Alpine cattle compete with crickets and babbling mountain streams. Verbier is a paradise of a peculiarly Swiss variety. Even without the music festival, the sharpened, pure air would make an essential retreat from stifling practice rooms and the urban pollution that cloaks most conservatories. But there is music, the hills are positively alive with it. For which thanks are due to Deutsche Grammophon executive Martin Engstroem, who decided as he skied down the mountain one winter a decade ago that Verbier would make a good festival site. "I liked the fact that it was a dead end: there was one road up and the same road down," he says. "You could work with the atmosphere here."
VOCALS christopher GINES Way It Goes contemporary pop. of M. Charnin Andrea McCardle, MargaretWhiting, Andrea Marcovicci Never Been Gone Budding NYC violinist who was http://www.originalcastrecords.com/vocals.htm
Extractions: JONNY ABELES Always Big band singer ACCIDENTALS Mostly A Cappella ACCIDENTALS Accidental Christmas Accapella Christmas songs ACCIDENTALS Popular 'Best accapella group in America'...NY Post PATRICK AHEARN Patterns of Heart First release by cabaret star doing standards CARL ALLOCCO Goodbye Charlie Dog Artist previously known as Charlie Dog TOM ANDERSEN The Journey Extremely popular NYC cabaret singer's long awaited new CD. LEZLIE ANDERS With Love Buddy Greco's wife TOM ANDERSEN Faraway Places Popular cabaret artist.
October 22 Paul Zukofsky, Brooklyn NY, violinist (Cappricio) In Motherwell) In 1971, TimothyChristopher Carswell, Christchurch 66 In 1984, Napoleon whiting, actor (Silas http://www.dailyalmanacs.com/almanac2/october/1022.html
--- Nom De Guerre - K --- Kent Douglas Reeman (author) christopher Kent Alf western singer) Leo Kessler CharlesWhiting (author of Waltz/bandleader/accordionist/violinist, b1914 d2000 http://www.irregardless.net/realname/real_k.htm
Extractions: Murray the K: Murray Kaufman (radio disc-jockey, b1922 d1992) Ish Kabbible: Merwyn A. Bogue (cornetist/comedian with the Kay Kyser Band , b1908 d1994) Kato Kaelin: Brian Kaelin (beach bum/murder-trial witness/actor?, b1959) Kyoko Kagawa: Kyoko Ikebe (Japanese actress) Kajol: Kajol S. Mukherjee (Indian singer/movie actress) Ta k Kak: Dr. James L. Walker (physician/author/anarchist/editorial writer for the Galveston News Jerky Boy Baywatch Silk Stalkings Modern Jazz Quartet Steppenwolf Court Jester The Turtles The Mothers of Invention Mother-In-Law Family Affair Jive Pogo comic strip filled with political and social commentary, b1913 d1973) Fanny Kemble: Frances Anne Kemble (English theatrical actress, 1829-1849) Kay Kendall: Justine Kendall McCarthy (British actress) Kennedy: Lisa Kennedy Montgomery (MTV veejay with a GOP elephant tattoo decorating her pelvic region, b1972) Arthur Kennedy: John Arthur Kennedy (movie actor, b1914 d1990) Ted Kennedy: Edward Moore Kennedy (U.S. senator) Tom Kennedy: Jim Narz (tv game show host/announcer) X.J. Kennedy: Joseph Charles Kennedy (critic/editor/poet, b1929) Doris Kenner-Jackson: Doris Coley (singer with The Shirelles , who was Dedicated To the One I Love Goodie Mob Toto The Tennessee Waltz The War of the Roses (1989)) Kliban: Bernard 'Hap' Kliban (cat-loving cartoonist who never ate anything larger than his head, b1935 d1990) Klikspaan: Johannes Kneppelhout (Dutch humorist) Anne Klein: Hannah Golofski (American fashion designer) Calvin Klein: Richard Klein (American fashion designer whose provocative ad campaigns eventually became an Obsession, b1942) H.H. Knerr: Harold H. Knerr (cartoonist -
November 16 Kreitzer, France, composer/virtuoso violinist (Paris Conserv 1873, 1873 WC (WilliamChristopher) Handy (composer 1988 In 1917, John whiting, British dramatist http://www.chrishobbs.com/nov16.htm
Extractions: "The ultimate consequence of protecting men from the results of their own folly is to fill the world with fools." Herbert Spencer November 16 - The Day I Was Born 320th day of year with 45 days left (Numerology = 9) November - The ninth month in the old Roman calendar that began the year in March from novem meaning nine Contents People Born on the Day
Indies G-P and Brian Setzer; and heavy metal violinist Mark Wood Pop ARTISTS Bridget Ball; ChristopherShaw CATALOG Morton; Maxine Sullivan; Margaret whiting CATALOG Free http://www.topquarkia.com/Docs/Indies/indies the book intro G-P.htm
Extractions: Sam Charters, cofounder of Gazell, seems to have been everywhere. As a producer with the Vanguard, Folkways and Prestige labels, he worked with the cream of jazz and folk. He also produced jazz albums for Sonet, a Swedish label. He produced Clifton Chenier's Grammy-winner, I'm Here. Charters has written a number of books, including The Roots of the Blues, winner of the Deems Taylor Award in 1983. The Gazell catalog contains excellent albums he produced for Sonet. The newer stuff includes Dave Von Ronk's Humming to Myself. The collaboration between Charters, a chronicler of music history, and Van Ronk, whose expressive voice is imbued with music history, works well.
Johns Hopkins Magazine A member of the whiting School's Advisory Council from She and her husband, ChristopherProvan, Engr '87 be performed with her husband, violinist Ferdinand Liva http://www.jhu.edu/~jhumag/0401web/alumnote.html
Extractions: email@example.com The Center for Clinical Bioethics at Georgetown University Medical Center has announced the establishment of an endowed lectureship in Health Care Ethics in honor of John Collins Harvey, Med '47 (MD, PhD), who is professor emeritus of medicine and senior research scholar in the Center for Clinical Bioethics. Dean G. Miller, Engr '51, of McGraw, N.Y., is associate psychologist at OMRDD. He writes: "I am interested in the environment, and I had an alternate energy business from 1979-1985I lost my shirt. Now I'm semi-retired and starting up an electronics business involving remote alarm systems for Alzheimer's patients." Bien S. P. Panganiban, Peab '51, '56 (MM), '57 (MM), of Okinawa, Japan, is director of the Ryuku Classical Academy and the Ecumenical Chorale. He recently celebrated the 50th anniversary of his musical career by conducting three performances of Handel's Messiah. Leo Young, Engr '56 (MSEE), '59 (DrEngr), '89 (LHD), who retired in 1994 as director for research in the Office of the Secretary of Defense, has moved back to Baltimore but continues to consult for Defense. He is active in the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, of which he is past president and chairman of the board, and is a member of the National Academy of Engineering and a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering (UK). He is currently researching a book on two contemporary 19th-century mathematicians, James Clerk Maxwell and Lewis Carroll (the Rev. Charles Lutwidge Dodgson). A member of the Whiting School's Advisory Council from 1985-90, Dr. Young is being honored this year with the Alumni Association's Woodrow Wilson Award for outstanding government service. His wife, Jo-Ellen Turner, SPSBE '95 (DEd), is professor of English language and literature at Villa Julie College in Stevensonville, Maryland.
Extractions: 1841 - John Hampton of New Orleans, LA, received a patent for venetian blinds. Now if he could have just invented self-cleaning venetian blinds... 1878 - A group of 100 lawyers got together at Saratoga Springs, New York and formed the American Bar Association. 1888 - William Burroughs of St. Louis, MO patented his adding machine. It was an invention that bore the name of Burroughs office machine company for many years. 1912 - The first boy reached the rank of Eagle Scout, the highest rank in the Boy Scouts of America program. He was Arthur R. Eldred of Oceanside, NY. 1929 - The Chicago Cardinals became the first professional football team to go out of town for training camp. The team started practice in Coldwater, MI. 1938 - A classic recording was made this day. Fats Waller waxed "Aint Misbehavin". 1950 - The United Nations moved into its new permanent facilities in New York City on land donated by the Rockefeller family. 1971 - Sixteen-year-old Laura Baugh became the youngest winner of the United States Womens Amateur Golf tournament. 1976 - RCA Victor Records announced that sales of Elvis Presley records had passed the 400 million mark.
Bartram1 of my quarry for the day, one christopher Bartram I did record some songs from BillWhiting and stories bow and the rich tone of the classical violinist are not http://www.freefolk.com/bartram1.htm
Extractions: by Michael Raven Chris Bartam: photograph: Mike Raven After 15 years in the wilderness Chris Bartram has returned and is rapidly re-establishing himself as a leading exponent of that elusive creature, the English Style of Folk Fiddle. It seems that a condition of entrance to the National Folk Festival these days is that both performers and punters sport grey beards and beer bellies, whatever their sex. These, like the blackened faces of some morris men, now serve as effective disguises. Tony Rose and I spent 20 minutes talking to each over breakfast at Sutton Bonington this year before each realised who the other was, such had old man time re-worked our once youthfully fine features. Anyway, our scoffing duly done, Tony hopped on to his Zimmer frame and zoomed off to a sound check, whilst I hobbled over to the trade stands in search of my quarry for the day, one Christopher Bartram. It wasnt easy, but I finally found him hiding in a dark corner, blubbering hysterically: " Oh no," he moaned, "not Rottweiler Raven; they havent sent Rottweiler Raven." "Pull yourself together man," I said masterfully, flicking my whip against my thigh-length patent leather boots and tipping back my German sub-mariners cap to a suitably rakish angle. "It wont take long and then youll be famous. All those strapping ladies from female morris sides ladies will follow you, squealing at your every turn and trill, begging you to play with them sorry, I mean play for them."
JAZZ & BLUES - Skivfynd KENNEDY, Falling In Love With Love (violinist, kvartett m 11/6725) JCD321 EVANCHRISTOPHER, The Hottest 24/7131) ACD-152 + MARGARET whiting, Too Marvelous http://126.96.36.199/larry/skivfynd/nyheter/206.html
Mainstage Home VHS Based on the play by christopher Marlowe and discouragement to become a greatviolinist, but to Olivia Hussey, Leonard whiting, Milo O'Shea, Michael York http://shs.westport.k12.ct.us/players/Video/Dramas.htm
Extractions: Obviously, there are dramas included in many other categories on this site, so please take a look around! Anastasia VHS Based on the play of the same title by Marcelle Maurette. Ingrid Bergman, Yul Brynner, Helen Hayes. A group of White Russians claim to have found the living daughter of the Tsar, presumed to be executed ten years before in 1918. The claimant is schooled by a general with whom she falls in love. Another Country VHS Based on the play by Julian Mitchell. Rupert Everett, Colin Firth, Michael Jenn, Robert Addie. Story recounts the events which affect Guy Bennett, a clever, hedonistic young man nearing the end of his final year in a prestigious boarding school. He becomes an outcast and turns from a prime candidate for a brilliant career in the diplomatic service to a revoluntary spirit and ultimately, a lonely exile in the Soviet Union. Antony and Cleopatra VHS Charlton Heston, Hildegard Neil, Eric Porter. Details the passionate love affair of Mark Antony and Cleopatra of Egypt against a background of political intrigue, and land and sea battles. Becket VHS Based on the play by Jean Anouilh. Richard Burton, Peter O'Toole, John Gielgud. As young men, Thomas a Becket and King Henry II of 12th century
Lackawanna, PAGenWeb: Scranton Times: Sept. 1920 School for deaf last four years, violinist, He is C. Harrity, Carter apartments, andChristopher Gardier, S Helen B. whiting, daughter of GB whiting, Summit, NJ http://www.rootsweb.com/~palackaw/marriages/1920b.html
Extractions: Scranton Times, September 1920 Scranton Times Wed Sept 1, 1920 Social Alice O'Neill, 1302 Albright ave, and Edward McLane, 420 Green Ridge st, were married Aug 25 at St. Paul's church, Rev. P. C. Winters Miss Anna McLane and Martin Kelley attendants. Will reside in Green Ridge after return from Philadelphia and Atlantic City. Marriage: Esther Newells and William B. Snyder, Boston, MA and formerly of Scranton, Aug 21. Daughter of M/M Adam Newells, formerly of Acker ave.; son of M/M B. J. Snyder, graduate of Central HS, connected with Boston publishing business Marriage: Marion Pusey, Blakely to Albert Lewsley, son of M/M Charles I. Lewsley, Carbondale. Ceremony at home of bride, tomorrow evening 8 o'clock, Rev. W. L. Steeves, Carbondale Thursday, September 2, 1920 Social Married: Evelyn Mae Oakley, daughter of M/M W. D. Oakley, Clarks Summit to George Rought, yesterday, at home of bride, Rev. M. E. Martin, Clark's Summit ME; attendants Grace Rought, sister of groom; Earl S. Oakley, Pittsburgh, brother of bride. wedding trip to Thousand Islands Miss Clara Semons, daughter of M/M C. H. Semons, Larch st, and Nelson Kellogg, Detroit, MI, Monday at Church of Good Shepherd, Rev. Wm B. Beach. bridesmaid Miss Gertrude Semons, Ernest Seamons, best man; honeymoon in Buffalo and Niagra Falls, will reside in Detroit
Extractions: 4 December 1999 Use this version to print Lady with a Dog Asterisk indicates a film of exceptional interest. All times are EDT. Saturday, December 4 The Last Hurrah 3:10 to Yuma The Fly A Night to Remember A Star Is Born Close Encounters of the Third Kind Brigadoon Modern Romance The Hustler Deconstructing Harry Everyone Says I Love You (1996), which this film seems to rebut. (MJ) The Andromeda Strain Sunday, December 5 Humoresque Love and Anarchy Escape from Alcatraz Young Frankenstein The Conversation Rio Bravo Ishtar Oliver! Oliver Twist . There is no pulling back on the harshness of life in Victorian England. Outstanding costumes, sets and choreography. With Oliver Reed, Ron Moody and Mark Lester. Directed by Carol Reed. (MJ) Love and Anarchy Rio Bravo Monday
The Curtis Institute Of Music Society of Lincoln Center and former violinist of the Prize in Poetry and a WhitingFoundation Grant. such conductors as Charles Dutoit, christopher Keene, Sir http://www.curtis.edu/html/20430.shtml
Extractions: Mr. Aldwell received his bachelor's and master's degrees from the Juilliard School, where he studied piano with Adele Marcus. He studied theory and Schenkerian analysis privately with Carl Schachter and later with Ernst Oster. He taught keyboard studies at Juilliard from 1966-70 and has been on the Mannes College of Music faculty since 1969. Mr. Aldwell performs recitals throughout the U.S., many of them devoted to the works of Bach. He has recorded both books of The Well-Tempered Clavier , as well as the Goldberg Variations Harmony and Voice Leading . Mr. Aldwell joined the Curtis Institute of Music faculty in 1971. Mr. Ashby joined the New York Philharmonic as associate principal horn in 1979 and in 1982 made his New York Philharmonic solo debut. A native of Charleston, South Carolina, but raised in the North, Mr. Ashby attended the Performing Arts High School in New York City. He subsequently attended the Juilliard School, where he was a student of James Chambers, former New York Philharmonic principal horn. An active recitalist and chamber musician, Mr. Ashby performs regularly with the New York Philharmonic Ensembles and has appeared with the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center as well as at various music festivals around the world. A faculty member at the Juilliard School, Manhattan School of Music and the Aspen Music Festival School, Mr. Ashby joined the Curtis Institute of Music faculty in 2000.
Extractions: Following her graduation from Bates, Helen Clark Renwick taught in the high schools of Bridgton and Littleton, Mass. In 1920 she married classmate Erle B. Renwick, known for his talent as a soloist. Over the years they lived in Connecticut, Virginia, Portland, and Bolsters Mills, and she retired to St. Petersburg, Fla. Her son, Robert '52, wrote that "although nearly blind and quite deaf, she kept up with the Boston Red Sox and was an avid baseball fan. She also completed puzzles in the daily paper." Among her survivors are sons Robert and Erle Jr., daughters Dorothy and Jean, and 13 grandchildren. Her husband predeceased her in 1972. Frances Minot Tillson taught at Madison High School for two years after she graduated, then was a teacher and dean of girls at Maine Central Institute in Pittsfield. When she married Stanley C. Tillson '23 in 1926 they moved to New York, later to Pennsylvania and Maryland. After their children were grown, from 1955 to 1972 she taught English in Maryland at Bel Air High School and at Darlington Junior High School. The Tillsons retired to Brockport, N.Y., to care for son David '49, ill with multiple sclerosis. Frances Tillson drove to her 50th and 60th Bates reunions, retiring to Florida and later moving to Durango, Colo., to be near a daughter. Among her activities, she had been a reading volunteer for seventh graders and volunteer at a local nursing home. Survivors include daughters Mary and Marjorie, son Minot, 10 grandchildren, and 10 great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband in 1969 and son David in 1977.