Christina teaches you how to expand your range, find your voice, and master the techniques that have earned her six Grammy Awards. You'll learn warm-up exercises, breath control, vibrato, her signature growls, and hear Christina break down her biggest hits. There has never been a singing class like this before.
Quand Andrew Sumner fait la connaissance de la belle Charlie, une fille hors du commun, il se persuade que la chance va enfin lui sourire. Mais, alors qu'ils entament une liaison passionnelle, Andrew se demande s'il ne perd pas prise sur le réel : des objets disparaissent chez lui ; quelqu'un le traque ; de multiples tragédies s'abattent sur ses proches… Au point de l'obliger à se poser la question : qui est vraiment Charlie ? La femme de ses rêves ? Ou une créature de cauchemar?…
For this project, veteran tenor saxophonist Teddy Edwards performs ten songs named after women's names, including his own "Saskia." Despite the potentially gimmicky nature of the repertoire, the music is conventional hard bop, played with spirit by Edwards, pianist Ronnie Mathews, bassist Chip Jackson, drummer Chip White, and (on four of the ten numbers) trumpeter Eddie Allen. Due to the fine solos of Edwards, Mathews, and Allen and the close attention paid to tempo and mood variations between songs, this is an excellent outing, well worth exploring by straight-ahead jazz collectors.
The work of Dr. Betty Edwards, author of Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain, has enabled millions of people around the world to learn to draw. Here, we will introduce you to her teaching technique, a little of the theory behind it, and to an exercise that demonstrates its effectiveness.