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  Bob Dylan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Its lyrics drew references in large from the beat poetry of the time, its name possibly referring to The Subterraneans.
In 1969, the militant Weatherman group took their name from a line in "Subterranean Homesick Blues" ("You don't need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows").
The second side of the album was a different matter, including four lengthy acoustic songs whose undogmatic political, social and personal concerns are illuminated with the rich poetic imagery that would become another trademark.
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 International Archives For The Jazz Organ (IAJO) - sheet music, books   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
At the first glance, it is confusing to see four clefs, one for the solo, two for the acompanying harmonies and one for the bass line.
Being experienced with the pedal playing, church organ players should not have big problems with the bass lines of Dennerlein's compositions.
They demand a more experienced player who is able to follow bass lines on the pedal and to play complicated jazz harmonies.
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 Dimension Track Pedals, Black/Silver 9/16' Pedals   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Our Review: :The Speedplay Zero Pedal System introduces a new concept in pedal design that allows you to choose either a fixed position or up to 15 degrees of float.
Zero pedals maintain the traditional feel of a fixed system while incorporating all the well-known advantages of Speedplay X Pedal Systems.
Wide pedal platform for foot-pedal stability, Lightweight design:Total weight 380g (w/cleats), Low maintenance sealed cartridge axle unit, Large binding target for quick engagement, Adjustable cleat tension with indicators.
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 Encyclopedia of Organ Stops   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
A short-resonator Reed at 8' or 4' on both manuals and pedals.
Its functions include those of most Regals, but especially the contrasting effect needed by manual and pedal line of notes against the smoother flue stops, like the Diapason and Flutes.
Copyright © 1999 Edward L. Stauff, all rights reserved.
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 The Classical Free-Reed, Inc.: Readers' Letters 2000
The C through Eb simply doubles the regular bass row; E through B consists of single pitches one octave lower than the pitches of the regular bass row.
The prolongment is the only thing I still wish for, but it is not necessary except in some of Karg-Elert^'s works where there are sustained pedal tones.
When I sat down and read through the first two lines of this Prelude, she stopped what she was doing in the kitchen, came into the living room and said, 'Greg, that's beautiful!' It certainly is, especially on the harmonium where I can give shape to its dynamic contours!
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