Manhattan Transfer


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Manhattan Transfer

novel portraying the teeming greed of the city’s inhabitants. [Am. Lit.: Manhattan Transfer]
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The Manhattan Transfer, Nils Petter Molvaer, Esbjorn Svensson, Till Bronner, Cassandra Wilson, Clark Terry, Johnny Griffin, Nils Landgren, Mike Stern, Chuck Loeb, Konstantin Wecker, Die Fantastischen Vier, to name just a few.
The uneasy coexistence of different classes, languages, and cultures in the Iberian Peninsula inspired his meditations in Rosinante to the Road Again (1922), the poems in Pushcart at the Curb (1922), and the theme and style of his modernist masterpiece, Manhattan Transfer (1925).
We're not just talking about newly minted covers and throwback tracks ('Java Jive') that channel the sumptuous musicality of the Manhattan Transfer, or the exhilarating local color conveyed by the timeless OPM tunes of Ryan Cayabyab ('Mamang Kutsero').
Vardy's team-mate Christian Fuchs has revealed why his Manhattan transfer will have to wait until 2019 - because he's having the time of his life at Leicester.
Among her musical idols are Ella Fitzgerald, The Carpenters, Patty Austin, The Manhattan Transfer, and Jane Monheit.
ARTIST Gerard Burns proved he was a man of his word when he staged a Manhattan transfer with Nicola Sturgeon yesterday.
and The Singers Unlimited, wrote intricate, harmonically complex arrangements, and his pieces for those ensembles influenced countless future vocal groups, including The Beach Boys, The Manhattan Transfer, The Real Group, and Take 6.
Janis Siegel is well known for her work with the vocal group, The Manhattan Transfer, and as a solo artist.
NEW YORK -- Tim Hauser, the founder and singer of the Grammy-winning vocal troupe The Manhattan Transfer, died Thursday from cardiac arrest, band representative JoAnn Geffen said Friday.
While still in his 20s, Dos Passos brought a cynical eye and complex narrative and stylistic techniques to bear on Manhattan Transfer, which details the overlapping lives of Manhattanites in the creative, energetic period between the Gilded Age and the Jazz Age with great clarity.
They also are credited with influencing numerous other artists, including Mel Torme, The Pointer Sisters, The Manhattan Transfer and Bette Midler.
Tomorrow's band is Sector 7, four singers and three instrumentalists who give the vocal group tradition of Lambert, Hendricks and Ross, Manhattan Transfer and New York Voices a London twist.