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Boogie Woogie - my heart beat
Boogie rythm reminds me of a train
How do you explain Boogie Woggie? The New Harvard Dictionary of Music2, 1986, defines "Boogie Woogie" as "a piano blues style featuring percussive ostinato accompaniments" that involve "steadily repeated bass patterns, one or two bars long" that "delineate the 12-bar blues progression, sometimes with IV in measure 2 or 10." This dictionary also states, "Melodies range from series of repeated figures reinforcing the explicit beat (including tremolos, riffs, rapid triplets) to polyrhythmic improvisations." To me that does not explain anything of the beat, the rythm and THE JOY of BW! How about you?<
Facts I found about BW
from many sources
A couple of facts were the same but besides this you will have to go to the links on this lens to read what is said.
Boggie Woogie - spelled Boggie Woggie too - origin from south of Texas, US
It has to do with the sound of the old steam engine trains. When they came tuffing they sounded like the rythm - or did they?
The man on the photo here is George Thomas. He is said the be the first to write down the music.
William and Maeva Dance To BOOGIE STOMP!
When I see this my whole face lit up and I am so sorry I am 23 years old trapped in an old womans body
He must be the best guitarr player in the world?
Here is a Boogie Woogie he plays but I strongly recommend that you find more videos by this fantastic muscicians! He sounds like many but is alone on the stage.
Young boy is AMAZING
A really good link about BW - Read and learn
Its Origin, Subsequent History, and Continuing Development
Copyright 2004-2007 by Nonjohn (A.K.A. John Tennison) All Rights Reserved
(This article contains only a fraction of the material that I will eventually publish as a book. Never before published material from my own field research into Boogie Woogie will be in this forthcoming book. If you would like a copy, send an email to email@example.com.)
- History of Boggie Woogie
From this site: une 16, 1865 -- "Juneteenth" -- A Turning Point in the Development of Boogie Woogie My inquiry into the "origin" of Boogie Woogie within the United States will focus mainly on evidence of when West African percussive ostinato styles
Boogie Woggie - on youTube
Just try to sit still - you cannot!
Do you remember this one
Put on your loudspeakers and enjoy!!
And here he is Silvan Zingg
CHANGES IN BOOGIE-WOOGIE Silvan Zingg (grand piano BÃ¶sendorfer 275) Lorenzo Milani (drums) rec 1996, new reprint in 2001 Playing time: 76 minutes!
Dancin' The Boogie - Silvan Zingg, Will & MaÃ©va - YouÂ´ve got to see these legs
I have so much fun watching the dancers. Silvan Zingg is playint the boogie but LOOK AT THOSE LEGS of the dancers!
Boogie Woggie - a story from the past
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BW on DVD - Must be good huh
On the heels of his landmark recording Last Man Standing Jerry Lee Lewis speaks candidly about his 50-year recording career and for the 1st time demonstrates the piano style that defined rock-and-roll. On Killer Piano Jerry discusses his youth and career reminisces with his family and demonstrates many of his favorite rock-&-roll and country songs.
Bernard Allison made his recording debut at age 13 with his father, and later performed with Koko Taylor and Willie Dixon. Along the way he learned technique from the likes of Stevie Ray Vaughan and Johnny Winter.
Maria Muldaur is best known for the 70's pop staple, Midnight At the Oasis." Today she is acclaimed as a master of American roots music, and the recipient of four Grammy and two W.C. Handy award nominations. Pianist, band leader, and educator James Dapogny is a world-renowned scholar of classic jazz.
Boogie Woggie - enjoy!
The Andrews Sisters - can you believe it
This recording is from around 1940!!!
New YouTube vids
Do you have any idea how much BW I have been listening to to make this lens. I could easily fill the whole lens with youtubes or sites where you can listen. Amazon allows you guys in US to download mp3 - do it!