22 definitions by Hallie Corson
An extremely cooooool vocal jazz group comprised of Tim Hauser (founder), Alan Paul, Cheryl Bentyne, and Janis Siegler. Have been recording for more than 20 years!
by Hallie Corson October 19, 2004
A sport in which the participants run around on the field wearing STINKIN' HOT UNIFORMS, playing music of some sort, while carrying instruments of varying sizes. All this AFTER 12 or so hour days of hotter than hades practices and pain. And yet, we keep coming back...I LOVE IT!!!
My band director's philosophy concerning shows was, "If you don't end the show out of breath and about to pass out, you didn't give it your all."
by Hallie Corson August 28, 2005
That state up in Yankeeland that is home to the nastiest city in the US...Newark. That, coming from a citizen of the greatest state in the US, TEXAS!
by Hallie Corson September 28, 2004
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by Hallie Corson September 20, 2004
sometimes used in art (like picasso paintings) guitars have influenced music since the beginning of the western world. closely related to a predecessor, the lute, guitars consist of 6,7,or 12 strings (i once saw a 42 string guitar..it was nuts) as far as acoustic guitars go, the best acoustic money can buy is either a C.F. Martin, or a Takamine. As far as electrics go: Fender, Gibson, or Paul Reed Smith (PRS) the strings are strummed or plucked either with the bare fingers or a plectrum (pick) to create a pleasing array of tonal masterpieces.
For a really cool painting, check out Picasso's "Le Vieux Guitariste" ("The Old Guitarist"). It's from his blue period.
by Hallie Corson August 14, 2005