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  • Rusalka Reh, author of the forthcoming AmazonCrossing novel "Pizzicato" February, has two new books on the summer 2011 list: "The Secret of the Water Knight" and "This Brave Balance."

    AmazonCrossing Announces Late Spring and Summer 2011 Publishing List - Yahoo! Finance

  • Now with Kashkashian mostly on the first part, these delectable miniatures provided a series of diversions for the ear, songs of burlesque comedians, rustic dances, a delicate balalaika-like serenade (the "Pizzicato"), and especially the breathless, buzzy exchange of the "Dance of the Fly."

    Ionarts

  • The "I Want You Back" remix by Pizzicato Five's Konishi Yasuharu is so innocently exuberant, it seems like an appropriate musical antidepressant.

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  • Sony was able to get a lot of good bands like Mean Machine, Chara, Pizzicato Five, Supercar, Tommy February onto TV.

    Néojaponisme » Blog Archive » Japanese Music: 2000-2009

  • Pizzicato Five was 100x more Saint Etienne than Saint Etienne would ever be.

    Néojaponisme » Blog Archive » Japanese Music: 2000-2009

  • Her authority in creating pointework passages for her female dancers, most notably in the symphony's second, "Playful Pizzicato," movement, sparkles with the insights of someone who learned such clear yet intricate footwork by performing the illuminating complexities of Balanchine ballets, the bedrock works of NYCB.

    NYCB Goes Back to Core Values

  • (Soundbite of "Jazz Pizzicato") DOWELL: "Jazz Pizzicato," a minute and a half of energetic plucking, was Anderson's first composition, and it was debuted by Arthur Fiedler and the Boston Pops in 1938.

    Leroy Anderson: Master of the Miniature

  • Love and peace, Kimberly, i guess you know already the much missed Pizzicato Five sampled the sublime Contact, and the mysteriously vanished The Gentle People mixed it in cosmic grandeur, track available in Pizzicato´s Combinaison Espaciale.

    Divine BB

  • The liner-notes are all in Japanese, but the songs basically consist of high-energy pop and smooth/silly jazz remixes/covers of traditional Disney songs (like the theme from Small World and the Mickey Mouse March, in Japanese and English) produced by Yasuharu Konishi of Pizzicato 5.

    Boing Boing: January 4, 2004 - January 10, 2004 Archives

  • Still, the roads were relatively clear and I was running fast and cool, just a smidgeon over the speed limit with Pizzicato 5 and The Shaman on the cd player to set the pace and I was home for a little after eight o’clock.

    It was sposed to be so easy ...

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