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Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocalist(s): ``Dancing in the Dark,'' Vince Mendoza (Jane Monheit), from ``Taking a Chance on Love''; ``Joy to the World,'' Joseph Joubert, Michael McElroy and Buryl Red (Michael McElroy and the Broadway Inspirational Voices with Joseph Joubert), from ``Great Joy - A Gospel Christmas''; ``Over the Rainbow,'' Victor Vanacore (Ray Charles & Johnny Mathis), from ``Genius Loves Company''; ``Summertime,'' John Clayton and David Foster (Renee Olstead), from ``Renee Olstead''; ``Unchained Melody,'' Steve Gaboury, Cyndi Lauper and Don Sebesky (Cyndi Lauper), from ``At Last.
Many of the pieces, both instrumental and vocal are reproduced in full in modern notation.
Ninety adult classical instrumental musicians, averaging 59 years old, completed an anonymous mail-in written survey containing numeric rating and write-in items about the experience of "flow" while playing an instrument.
Type of participants: Instrumental and string quartets.
So while most literature in the previous decade emphasized the importance of ICTs for development by focusing on instrumental uses such as education and employment, it turns out that when people gain access to ICTs, they put them to all sorts of uses, intended and unintended, instrumental and non-instrumental (Burrell, 2008).
Key Words: Acquisition, Instrumental and Integrative Orientation, Motivation, Hogh and LowAchievers
The most successful instrumental group in the UK, by a country mile, was The Shadows, who scored a dozen top ten smashes between 1960 and 1964.
Paul Underwood's (Northern Cheyenne) latest effort is an instrumental tour-de-force.
Jon Banks's study, The Instrumental Consort Repertory of the Late Fifteenth Century, fills a significant gap in discussions of Renaissance music.
In the first part, he traces the devolution of modern jurisprudence from the traditional understanding of law--as a participation in universal norms and the objective character that it derived from this foundation--to the rise of characterizing law in instrumental terms.
During his 33 tenure, Bastable has played an instrumental role in building the firm into a leading, full-service commercial real estate firm.

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