Angel in Black: A Musical Life in Letters, 1925–1973

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Infinitely more chart-directed were The Housemartins, whose guitarist Stan Cullimore and singer Paul Heaton started as buskers in the Old Town shopping precinct. Their first paid engagement as a quartet was at the university in autumn Though they were to tread a more easy-listening path, Everything But The Girl began in roughly the same bag as Carmel and Animal Nightlife, who thrived during the brief jazz-pop craze in , and the more enduring Sade, traceable to The Posers, punk also-rans from Hull. Leading Poser Paul Denham then uprooted to London where he and another former Hull musician, Stuart Matthewman, were in Pride — who mutated into million-selling Sade, named after their singer, Sade Adu.

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Next up were Kingmaker, who flowered in the early 90s with two albums in the UK Top 40, a plethora of minor hit singles, and enjoyed the pleasure of Radiohead opening for them on their British tour. Registered in England. Company No.

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Inspired by the artistry of William Kincaid, Shaffer wrote to the Curtis pedagogue to ask if he taught privately. Their relationship continued for several decades, and when Kincaid died in , he willed to her his legendary platinum Powell flute.

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Following Curtis, Shaffer joined the Kansas City Philharmonic as second flutist, and then, in , won the principal flutist position with the Houston Symphony Orchestra. Five years later, she left the orchestra to perform as a soloist and chamber musician. Over the following two decades, Shaffer collaborated an array of celebrated musicians, among them pianists Gerald Moore, George Malcom, and Hephzibah Menuhin; violinist Yehudi Menuhin; composers Aaron Copland and Ernest Bloch; 5 and conductors Eugene Ormandy and Efrem Kurtz, the latter of whom she married in Her all-too-short life ended less than 20 years later, in Beverly Gast and I began our project by brainstorming suitable places for Schaffer's journals, scrapbooks, photos, and letters.

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