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  1. "The Black Page #1" is a piece by American composer Frank Zappa known for being extraordinarily difficult to play. Originally written for the drum kit and melodic percussion (as " The Black Page Drum Solo "), the piece was later rearranged in several versions, including the disco "easy teenage New York version" (commonly referred to as " The Black Page #2 ") and a so .
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  4. Frank Zappa's Black Page. likes · 16 talking about this. To disseminate the intellectual & acoustic density that was, is & shall ever henceforth be, the pootings of one Francisco bluesrock.manalasagamanaragroshakar.infoinfoers:
  5. "The Black Page" is song famous for being terribly hard to play. At first composed for the drum kit,melodic percussion and features extensive tuplets, polyrhythms, nested polyrhythms, and polymeters. Black Page No. 1 - Frank Zappa (Evatone Soundpage #29, January 02, Keyboard Magazine) Albums.5/5.
  6. Watch the video for The Black Page #1 from Frank Zappa's LÄTHER for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Watch the video for The Black Page #1 from Frank Zappa's LÄTHER for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Playing via .
  7. Jan 24,  · Los Angeles – January 24, – In , Frank Zappa played four historic sold-out concerts at The Palladium in New York City the week between Christmas and New Year’s. These thrilling shows – described by band member Ruth Underwood as “theatrical, The Black Page #1 (Piano Version).
  8. For a bootleg it's pretty good. That's because it's a leaked release (maybe the famous radio broadcast) of the long unreleased parts of that troubled 4 LP set that Frank and Warner Bros disputed the release of, and that only got released in its entirety in as Läther.I got a CD version which has a nice picture of a respectable Mr. Zappa writing notes on a large sheet at a /5(1).

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