Eight performers take the audience on a journey through sound and music, where rhythm is the only language...STOMP has grown from its beginnings on the streets of Europe into an international sensation, with touring productions all over the world, and long running shows in London, Las Vegas and Broadway. This special performance brings together performers from the West End, New York and Vegas for the very first time, to Stomp's home town and the theatre where many of the routines were originated: Brighton Dome.Instantly recognizable household objects take on new life as percussive instruments in the hands of each of the Stompers: brooms, cigarette lighters, water bottles, basketballs and more are each explored for their sonic potential. Dance meets rhythm in "Hands and Feet" and Stomp takes to the air in "Suspension", where the entire set becomes a musical instrument. The show climaxes with the "Bins" routine: a ten minute rhythm extravaganza in itself, using trash-cans, oil drums and plastic drums with trash-can lid combat sequences...Combining physical comedy and athleticism, it's a highly charged performance from an idiosyncratic group who could only come from the world of STOMP.
- Brand: Alfred Music
- ASIN: B001GP5TPO
- UPC: 812491010143
STOMP Bluetooth 4.0 Page Turner & App Controller Foot Pedal for Tablets by Coda Music Technologies
STOMP Bluetooth 4.0 Page Turner & App Controller
Free up your hands and improve your performance with the STOMP Bluetooth 4.0 Page Turner & App Controller Our brand new wireless Bluetooth 4.0 pedal enables musicians and performers to change or scroll through pages on their digital devices using their feet, thereby creating seamless transitions between songs and sheet music. Not only is this an eco-friendly solution to using paper charts and sheet music, it also creates smoother transitions rather than fumbling through paper and binders. The Bluetooth 4.0 Page Turner easily syncs with dozens of popular sheet music, chord chart, tab, and reading apps including: OnSong, Planning Center Music Stand, forScore, MusicReader, Musicnotes, DeepDish GigBook, MobileSheets, SongBook Chordpro, NextPage, Teleprompt+ 3, and many more. Simply turn on the pedal, enable Bluetooth on your device, and pressing "sync"! Features: Solid metal enclosure built for the road Left/Right foot switches turn pages left or right, or scroll up and down seamlessly 50+ foot range and can be configured within select apps to control multiple devices at once and turn the whole band's page together! 150 hours on a single charge using a 9v battery or power using 9v DC power supply (not included) 1 year warranty from an American company Whether you're a solo artis...
- Color: Black
- Brand: Coda Music Technologies
- ASIN: B07DYFD4TR
- UPC: 086156338082
Stomp and Swerve: American Music Gets Hot, 1843–1924
Stomp and Swerve: American Music Gets Hot,
"The early decades of American popular musicùStephen Foster, Scott Joplin, John Philip Sousa, Enrico Carusoùare, for most listeners, the dark ages. It wasnÆt until the mid-1920s that the full spectrum of this musicùblack and white, urban and rural, sophisticated and crudeùmade it onto records for all to hear. This book brings a forgotten music, hot music, to life by describing how it became the dominant American musicùhow it outlasted sentimental waltzes and parlor ballads, symphonic marches and Tin Pan Alley novelty numbersùand how it became rock ÆnÆ roll. It reveals that the young men and women of that bygone era had the same musical instincts as their descendants Louis Armstrong, Elvis Presley, James Brown, Jimi Hendrix, and even Ozzy Osbourne. In minstrelsy, ragtime, brass bands, early jazz and blues, fiddle music, and many other forms, there was as much stomping and swerving as can be found in the most exciting performances of hot jazz, funk, and rock. Along the way, it explains how the strange combination of African with Scotch and Irish influences made music in the United States vastly different from other African and Caribbean musics; shares terrific stories about minstrel shows, ôcoonö songs, whorehouses, knife fights, and other low-life phenomena; and showcas...
- Brand: Brand: Chicago Review Press
- ASIN: 155652496X
Stomp Out Loud
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Line 6 Electric Guitar Multi Effect, Black (HX Stomp)
Line 6 Electric Guitar Multi Effect, Black (HX
HX Stomp is a professional-grade multi-effects processor that delivers the sound of Helix amps, cabs, and effects in an ultra-compact pedal. Use it as a “super stompbox,” a backup or travel rig, an add-on tone expander when combined with other modelers, an audio interface—or even a complete guitar or bass rig. The same HX Modeling technology that powers the flagship Helix guitar processor enables HX Stomp to run up to six processing blocks simultaneously, making it the most powerful and flexible stompbox-sized multi-effects processor available. HX Stomp is easy to operate, however, thanks to its simple-but-powerful controls, 320 x 240-pixel color LCD, and capacitive-sensing footswitches with color-coded LED rings. External control via MIDI and optional expression pedal and footswitch control provide additional flexibility, as does I/O that may be configured for sophisticated routing such as simultaneously feeding an amp and a FOH mixer, 4-cable method operation with an amplifier, and studio re-amping. Along with 200+ Helix amps, cabs, and effects—even a looper—HX Stomp includes a legacy library of effects from Line 6 M-Series pedals, as well as from classic Line 6 stompbox modelers such as the DL4, MM4, FM4, and DM4. There are also presets created specifically for bass ...
- Color: Black
- Brand: Line 6
- ASIN: B07J2LV1N1
- UPC: 614252306973