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keyboard

a typewriter-style COMPUTER data input device.
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The earliest lineup of ArtStart, which included Dizon, Lalimarmo, keyboardist Elhmir Saison and bassist Sonny Tolentino, was formed at Birdland in Quezon City, said Dizon.
Massimo - Percussionist and keyboardist who composes and plays in various styles and genres, favoring high-energy improvisational jazz fusion.
Drummer Dave Clark paid tribute to keyboardist Mike Smith, who died two weeks ago, and saxophonist Denny Payton, who died in 2006, as they were inducted by Hollywood actor Tom Hanks.
Dave Clark, the band's drummer, paid tribute to their keyboardist Mike Smith, who died two weeks ago, and saxophonist Denny Payton, who died in 2006, as they were inducted into the Hall by Hollywood actor Tom Hanks.
Mast, the keyboardist, beatmeister, and bassist, is the hip hop lover, citing Timbaland, Jay Z and the Wu-Tang Clan as influences, while Stroud, the guitar virtuoso, favors '60s rock bands like The Kinks, the Rolling Stones and Led Zeppelin.
He traces Ferry's unlikely path from working-class coal miner's son to Newcastle art school student to suave sophisticate, and tells the story of the creative and social friction between Ferry and keyboardist Brian Eno, which led to Eno's untimely departure from the group two years after its formation in 1971.
Benfield takes his guitar out to play on "Prelude," but he's got plenty of other tricks--a smooth voice, a knack for twisting a lyric, and strong support from longtime collaborator and keyboardist Michael Rodriguez.
The audience will experience performances by artists that include the captivating vocalist KEM, Houston native and acclaimed keyboardist Joe Sample, the Spirit Music Sextet featuring bassist and Grammy-nominated vocalist Meshell Ndegeocello.
This gig wasn't the most spectacular on the T on the Fringe bill but what Radio 4 lack in star quality, they make up for in excitement - bassist Anthony Roman, guitarist Tommy Williams, drummer Greg Collins, percussionist PJ O'Connor and keyboardist Gerard Garone attacked the stage with infectious glee.
A much-respected teacher, composer, keyboardist and conductor, the English Groocock (1913-1997) spent most of his career in Ireland, where he became known as a leader in the field of fugue and counterpoint.
Michael Gordon's score, with live components from keyboardist Alan Johnson seated at one side of the stage, became agitated, as the pianist took a phone call, and the dance's ending incorporated soap opera in postmodernism (why not?