Robert Kaufman



Robert Kaufman
Where can I get wholesale fabric that has great prices and good variety?

I have been searching and searching and searching for a wholesale fabric distributor. Anything I do find, they charge average/normal price $7.99/yd. Might as well just go into JoAnn’s and buy it there if that’s the case.
I am looking for a company online that sells on average $3/yd or so (give or take a dollar). A company that has a good variety of fabric and not just cheesey and outdated prints/material. I want current, up-to-date, modern, vintage, novelty (Michael Miller, Robert Kaufman, etc).
Please help! Thank you!!!!

I really like this site, Good Fabrics , great prices. You can search by manufacture or the colors you are looking for , wide variety of quilting from batiks to novelty! The quality is never a disappointment and they ship fast. I usually get my order in 3 -4 days tops.

http://www.thousandsofbolts.com/

To Samuel Robert Kaufman …A year Later



Alfred 01-ADV13007 Deeper into the Art of Drumming


Alfred 01-ADV13007 Deeper into the Art of Drumming


$25


Robert Kaufman, whose first book The Art of Drumming, has been endorsed by Elvin Jones, Roy Haynes, Albert “Tootie” Heath, and Jack DeJohnette, takes a strikingly new and fresh approach to the art of jazz drumming. Carefully designed exercises guarantee efficient practice with rewarding results. Alfred Music is the worldwide leader in music education with hundreds of expert authors and composers. We publish pop, educational, and performance pieces for teachers, students, hobbyists, and performers spanning every musical instrument, style, and difficulty level. Our brand is well known for our focus on the clients and the services provided to the users. It has become one of the most trusted names. FeaturesDeeper into the Art of Drumming Specifications Series: Advance Music Format: Book Instrument: Drum Set

Applause Books The Right Time, The Right Place (Cloth Book) Applause Books Series Written by Charles Wohlstetter


Applause Books The Right Time, The Right Place (Cloth Book) Applause Books Series Written by Charles Wohlstetter


$26.95


Pull up a ringside seat to the exultant pageant of New York’s night life, commerce and scoiety, from the Cotton Club to Wall Street to Broadway. Charles Wohlsetter was a young acolyte to George Gershwin, Bernard Baruch, Abe Burrows, J. Paul Getty and George S. Kaufman. He was admitted as a junior member of the Algonquin Round Table with Dorothy Parker, Robert Benchley, Franklin P. Adams and Alexander Woollcott. His Algonquin cohorts would have enjoyed the wit and warmth of this fascinating memoir on the front lines of the American twentieth century.

Check Your Bucket


Check Your Bucket


$17.21


Personnel: Sam Deluxe, Cadillac Jack (vocals, guitar); Rhinestone Mudflaps (vocals, harp, saxophone); Doug Dube (vocals, piano); Mad Mississippi Buffalo (vocals, keyboards); Chuck Purro (vocals, drums); Earthquake Morton (vocals); Robert Brown (guitar); Jim Biggins (flute, saxophone); Crispin Cioe (alto saxophone, baritone saxophone); Arno Hecht (tenor saxophone); Laurence Etkin (trumpet); Bob Funk (trombone). Audio Mixer: Alan Kaufman. Recording information: NP Recording Studios, Weymouth, MA (2003). Photographer: Ron Pownall. Unknown Contributor Role: Uptown Horns.

Grey Gull Rarities


Grey Gull Rarities


$19.32


Performers include: The Leroy Smith Orchestra, Thomas Morris, Mike Mosiello, Andy Sannella. Personnel: Frank Luther, Jerry White, Irving Kaufman, Arthur Fields, Smith Ballew, Vaughn DeLeath (vocals); Andy Sannella (guitar, clarinet, alto saxophone); Carl Kress (guitar); Sam Speed, John Cali (banjo); Leroy Smith, Al Duffy (violin); Emerson Harper (clarinet, oboe, alto saxophone); Carl Orech (clarinet, alto saxophone); Bob Fuller (clarinet); Harold Henson (alto saxophone, vocoder); Manny Klein, Frank Belt, Pike Davis, Jack Cox, Mike Mosiello (trumpet); Thomas Morris (cornet); Charlie Butterfield, Robert Lewis, Tommy Dorsey (trombone); Claude Austin, Harry Brooks, Mike Jackson (piano); George Hamilton Green, Joe Green’s Novelty Orchestra (xylophone, drums); Edward Beeler (drums). Audio Remasterer: John R.T. Davies. Liner Note Authors: Laurens Hertzdahl; Steven C. Barr; John Wilby. Director: Leroy Smith. You don’t have to be a collector of obscure 78 rpm platters to enjoy this remarkable gold mine of all-but-forgotten jazz and hot novelty recordings. Whereas anyone who has actually handled the original artifacts will swoon with delight as the mother lode of 27 precious musical relics gradually reveals itself in all its glory. The Grey Gull company was born in Boston back in December 1919, the brainchild of one Theodore Shaw. By 1921 Grey Gull was actively leasing phonograph masters from other firms. Which makes this a rather surprising survey for the serious collector, as only one of these selections originally came out bearing the Grey Gull label. Grey Gull, it seems, was primarily an all-purpose record pressing operation, which had a hand in manufacturing and distributing lateral records bearing quite a number of small-time labels. While Emerson seems to have been a main source of material, labels represented on this disc include Nadsco, Amco, Globe, Madison, Van Dyke, Phonycord, Goodson, Piccadilly, Supreme, Up-To-Date and that fabulous budget line with the

Midnight Echoes


Midnight Echoes


$19.08


Personnel: Steve Haun (piano, keyboards); Kip Kuepper (guitar, synthesizer); John Radebaugh (electric guitar, classical guitar); Arlene Taylor, Gary Goble, Janet Winkelbauer, John Sloan, Tom Boling, Robert Stoyonov, Cynthia Mancinelli, Miroslaw Pastusiak (violin); Sue Vreeland, Lee Yeingst, Helen McDermott (viola); David Mullikin, Eric Bertoluzzi (cello); Nelson Rangell (flute, piccolo, soprano saxophone, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone); Michael Marlier (drums); Michael Nieland (percussion). Audio Mixers: Ed Kaufman; Jeff Shuey; Kip Kuepper; Steve Haun. Recording information: Coupe Studios, Boulder, CO; FTM Studios, Lakewood, CO. Photographer: Eric Weber. Arrangers: Jim Rydl; Steve Haun.

Sunday in the Park with George [Origi


Sunday in the Park with George [Origi


$4.42


Composed by Stephen Sondheim. Personnel: Mandy Patinkin (vocals); Bernadette Peters (vocals); William Parry, Danielle Ferland, Barbara Bryne, Sue Anne Gershenson, Judith Moore, John Jellison, Mary d’Arcy, Nancy Opel, Dana Ivey, Cris Groenendaal, Melanie Vaughan, Kurt Knudson, Robert Westenberg, Brent Spiner, Charles Kimbrough (vocals). Recording information: RCA Recording Studios, Studio A, New York, NY (05/27/1984/05/29/1984). Editor: Gregory K. Squires. Unknown Contributor Roles: Evan Paris; Sidney Kaufman; Katsuko Esaki; Al Hunt; Marion Guest; Veronica Salas; Sheila Reinhold; Michael Hinton; Sandra Billingslea; Gayle Dixon; Cecilia Hobbs; Ronald Carbone; Maxine Roach; Richard Henrickson; Eugene J. Moye; Wilmer Wise. This installment of the Sony Masterworks label’s 2007 reissue series presents the original 1980s cast recording of Sunday IN THE PARK WITH GEORGE, Stephen Sondheim’s musical about the life and work of French painter Georges Seurat. The production stars Mandy Patinkin as Seurat and Bernadette Peters as Dot (a clever nod to the artist’s style), allowing the renowned vocal powerhouses to play off of each other in a number of duets, most notably on the bright “Color and Light” and the melancholy “We Do Not Belong Together.”

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