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Oscar Straus
Oscar Nathan Straus (6 March 1870 – 11 January 1954) was a Viennese composer of operettas and film scores and songs. He also wrote about 500 cabaret songs, chamber music, and orchestral and choral works. His original name was a...
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... Reviews the Tenth Cabaret Convention held at Town Hall in New York, and suggests cabaret music is ... festivities. Discusses the audience of cabaret music, and notes the event's promoters hope to give free ...
... Provides a history of cabaret beginning with its emergence in Paris in the late 18th century ... , cabaret at the "cutting edge" of new art forms in pre-war Europe, how cabaret fared in Berlin in the ... years leading up to World War II, and how cabaret moved to the internment camps and cities of London ...
... The New York cabaret scene is examined. There are two main cabaret organizations: MAC (Manhattan ... Association of Cabaret), which is largely the gay cabaret community, and the Mabel Mercer Foundation ... , which is run by Donald Smith and hosts the cabaret convention each fall in New York City. Caberet ...
... Singers, regarding the what makes performing cabaret "so special" for both the singer and the audience ... . Discusses furthern his solo career and his participation in the 10th Mabel Mercer Annual Cabaret Convention at Town Hall in New York. ...
... cabaret genre of the Weimar Republic era, accompanied by a small ensemble. ...
... Reviews the Decca-released album "Berlin Cabaret Songs," featuring Ute Lemper and the Matrix ...
... Discusses cabaret music and the singers who perform it. Comments on the discernible differences ... between jazz and cabaret singers. Points out that there is currently a fervent "snobbism" that favora ... jazz singing over cabaret singing. Mentions several recordings. Includes photographs. ...
Session Sensei: Life Is a Cabaret
Keyboard (2010) Vol. 36, No. 5, pp. 14
... Musically, cabaret draws heavily on the American songbook, show tunes, and Tin Pan Alley, but also ... diverges into pop, rock, world music, and Broadway. A cabaret pianist is expected to know this vast ... endings, and go to way too many rehearsals. A cabaret show usually lasts for about an hour, and the set ...
... Cabaret is the unique and titillating genre in which artistic experimentation and expression meet ... social commentary, political criticism, and popular culture. Cabaret offers the classical singer a ... material. There exists a wealth of unknown and rarely performed cabaret songs to engage both performers and ...
QA: Zoe Martlew
Classical Music (2011) , pp. 19
... Cellist and sometimes-BBC TV classical music judge Zoe Martlew talks about her new venture as a cabaret performer. ...
... Malone reviews a performance by pop/soul/hip-hop trio Stooshe, which took place at the Proud Cabaret in London, England on April 17, 2012. ...
... Cabarets and Clubs to celebrate excellence in cabaret, comedy and jazz, which was held April 1, 2001, at Town Hall in New York. ...
... Peter Michael Keller's monograph on the Swiss cabaret is reviewed. ...
... Cabaret Voltaire's "Red Mecca" is reviewed (Mute). ...
... location and its Cabaret Festival, a three-week series of cabaret acts. ...
... Presents a historical look at the originators of cabaret songs in the 1880s in Paris including ... in a painting by Toulouse-Lautrec. Describes the Chat Noir (Black Cat) club there where cabaret songs ... were made famous. Traces the influence of cabaret songs on Edith Piaf, Ute Lemper, and Bob Dylan. ...
Mexicography
FRoots (2004) Vol. 26, No. 5, pp. 49-51
... Cartwright talks with Mexican singer Astrid Hadad, whose performances are part cabaret that ...
... Profiles cabaret vocalist Patricia O'Callaghan, and discusses the musical works she chooses to ...