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This is our 54 keys electronic keyboard which is perfect for stimulating your child's imagination. Comes with A learning function that can be used for kids of all ages, this keyboard is definitely the best gift for your children. Do not hesitate to bring it home!FeatureHigh quality54 Standard Accordion keys16 Volume control6 Demo Songs/Lesson/7 Sound Effects32 Tempo ControlVibrato/ Sustain/ ChordRecord/ PlaybackLearning FunctionLED displayExternal speaker/microphone/DC/AC PowerPower supply: battery or charging as you likeSpecificationColor: BlackDimensions: 24.8'' x 7'' x 2.4''(L xW XH)Package size: about 27'' x 9'' x4''(L xW XH)Weight: about 5 lbsOutput power:4wRated voltage: DC 9V
This is a beginner to intermediate level, multi-function, 61 standard piano-key electronic keyboard with microphone and stand. This premium musical instrument by Hamzer is ready to play right out of the box with its UL-approved adaptor plug or 6 AA batteries (not included). This keyboard allows you to record and playback your music as you practice and improve. It includes 255 timbres, 255 rhythms, 61 keyboard percussions, and 10 demonstration songs. Play single-fingered and fingered auto-bass chords, select chord timbre, program/edit rhythm, and utilize effects such as vibrato, sustain, & ensemble. Additional features include rhythm sync and fill-in, tempo adjustment, accompanying volume, and a master volume control. 2 Built-in speakers offer flawless sound, a headphone jack along with audio output and input jacks are all available. A metal keyboard stand is included with 7-position adjustable height from 12-3/4" - 38-3/4"; attached straps with screws can be used to fasten keyboard to the stand at a height of 29". An LCD display clearly shows settings and a detachable stand is included to hold sheet music. Measurements: 33.5" (Long) x 13" (Wide) x 4" (High). Standard keys: 61. Key size: 20mm. Color: Black. Weight: 7 pounds. Includes: Keyboard, 120v UL A/C adaptor, metal keyboard stand, microphone, sheet music stand, and owner’s manual. Tablet NOT included.
Scare your friends and prank your relatives with this realistic looking fake glowing brain!Featuring:Scare your friends and prank your relatives with this fake brainThis alien brain glows in the darkMade of sturdy rubberSuper realistic and life-sizePerfect for a haunted house decorationIncludes:(1) Brain Prop
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Features: Best birthday gift for your kid to play. With a mini microphone, kids can sing while they playing. Easy to understand,easy to learn. A wonderful music intelligence toys to develop children's brain awareness. It is so convenient for playing indoor or outdoor. Descriptions: High cost-effectiveness and easy portability. Low energy consumption,more environmentally friendly It provides you a good start for you learning piano. Specification: Material: Plastic and electronic components Color: black&white Size: 535*165*50mm Package size: 545*175*55mm Suitable for age: above 6 years old Power supply： 4*5AA 1.5V Batteries (not Included) Or directly into the power supply Input: 220V~50Hz ; Output: 6V~500mA Plug type: US Package Included: 1 x Electronic Piano 1 x Microphone 1 x Power Supply With Cable 1 x User Manual
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Espressivo Music for Violin and Organ Michal Sobieski has been a violinist with the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra since 1979, and has also appeared with the SPCO as soloist and chamber musician. In 1994, he won praise as soloist in Vivaldis The Four Seasons as a last-minute substitute for an ailing Iona Brown. He has performed on five Lifescapes Series recordings for Target Stores and taught violin at Gustavus Adolphus College from 1992 to 1996. Prior to joining the SPCO, Mr. Sobieski was concertmaster of the Canton Symphony Orchestra in Ohio, where he was first violin of the resident string quartet. He previously served as concertmaster of the Symphony Orchestra of the State of Mexico and co-concertmaster of the Maracaibo Symphony Orchestra in Venezuela. Born in Warsaw, Poland, Sobieski graduated from the Warsaw Academy of Music and was a member of the Warsaw Philharmonic Chamber Ensemble, the Warsaw Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra, and leader and soloist of the well-known Polish chamber orchestra, Con Moto Ma Cantabile. Under the auspices of the Warsaw Philharmonic Concert Bureau, Mr. Sobieski made extensive tours of Poland as a soloist and recitalist. He came to the United States after winning a special diploma of honor at the 1970 Sibelius International Violin Competition and a subsequent fellowship to study at Indiana University. At Indiana he studied with Josef Gingold, served as Franco Gullis teaching assistant, and won the university violin competition. James Biery has served as Director of Music at the Cathedral of Saint Paul since 1996. Previously he held a similar position at the Cathedral of St. Joseph in Hartford, Connecticut. A Pi Kappa Lambda graduate of the Northwestern University School of Music in Evanston, Illinois, his principal organ teachers were Grigg Fountain and Wolfgang Rübsam. Mr. Biery holds the Choirmaster and Fellowship Certificates of the American Guild of Organists, winning the Fellowship Prize for his highest marks on the FAGO exam in 1986. He has over one hundred organ and choral compositions in print, published by MorningStar, Concordia, Augsburg Fortress, GIA, Oregon Catholic Press, and Boosey & Hawkes, and is the recipient of 2006, 2007, and 2008 ASCAPlus awards. He has recorded the music of Marcel Dupré for AFKA and Naxos. In August 2007, Mike and Jim played duo concerts in Poland and Germany. The Poland concerts were performed at the Holy Cross Church in Warsaw (where Chopins heart is entombed) and the Cathedral of St. Peter and St. Paul in Poznan (the oldest Cathedral in Poland). In Germany, they performed at the Quirinus Münster in Neuss, St. Pauls sister city. Marilyn Biery is Associate Director of Music at the Cathedral of Saint Paul. She holds Bachelor and Master of Music degrees from Northwestern University and the Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the University of Minnesota. She is an organist, conductor, text writer, and composer. Her music is published by Alliance, Augsburg Fortress, Concordia, GIA and MorningStar. Twin Cities composer David Evan Thomas studied at Northwestern University, the Eastman School, and with Dominick Argento at the University of Minnesota. His work has been commissioned by the Minnesota Orchestra, honored by the American Academy of Arts and Letters, and published by ECS, Augsburg Fortress and MorningStar. A few years ago, he served as composer-in-residence at the Cathedral of Saint Paul. The Cathedral of Saint Paul in St. Paul, Minnesota, is one of the nation
Though the composition is public domain, the performance belongs to the record label that recorded the following performer (see YouTube's attributes in the full description): Hannes Kästner Album: Bach, J.S.: Organ Music - Preludes and Fugues - Toccata and Fugue in D Minor - Chorales Preludes. ...
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