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Songs about Kapell:
Four Piano Blues: III. For William Kapell by Alan Marks from the Album Copland: Rodeo, Four Piano Blues, Piano Variation, Old American Songs
Four Piano Blues (1926-48): 3. Muted and Sensuous (for William Kapell) by Leo Smit from the Album Copland: The Complete Music For Solo Piano
13 Anniversaries (arr. L. Plessner): No. 2. In Memoriam: William Kapell by Lucian Plessner from the Album Bernstein on Guitar
Afton Vid Vikens Kapell by John Pål Inderberg from the Album Sval Draum
Afton vid Vikens kapell by Knut Stiklestad, Tor Yttredal, Trond Kopperud, Bjørn Willadsen Isa Katharina Gericke from the Album Nu rinder Solen op af Østerlide
Blos mer jet & Bum Kapell (De puckelije Verwandtschaff (live)) by Bläck Fööss from the Album K-BF 33
Blos Mer Jet & Bums Kapell by Bläck Fööss from the Album Bläck Fööss 40 Jahre Live
Books about Kapell:
Reminiscences on WILLIAM KAPELL: A Retrospective by Koji Attwood (Mar 28, 2013)
William Kapell: A Documentary Life History of the American Pianist by Tim Page (Jul 1992)
KAPELL - IN MEMORIAM - vinyl lp. J.S. BACH PARTITA NO. 4, IN D (FINAL GIGUE OMITTED) - BAND 1 SCHUBERT LANDLER... by WILLIAM KAPELL (1954)
William Kapell: A Documentary Life History of the American Pianist.: An article from: Notes by Paul Orgel (Jul 28, 2005)
Matthew Wilhelm Kapell and Stephen McVeigh. The Films of James Cameron: Critical Essays.(Book review): An article... by C. Jason Smith (Aug 21, 2013)
Magnetic Poetry: Kid's Kit by Kapell. Dave ( 1997 ) Misc. Supplies (0100)
By Dave Kapell Sci-Fi: Magnetic Poetry Kit (First) by Dave Kapell (Jan 16, 2014)
Wiki information Kapell:
William Kapell was an American pianist and recording artist, killed at the age of 31 in the crash of a commercial airliner returning from a concert tour in Australia.
Kapellmeister is a German word designating a person in charge of music-making. The word is a compound, consisting of the roots Kapelle and Meister. Thus, the word was originally used to refer to somebody in charge of music in a chapel. However, the...