Becknell and Lucas
pioneered audio for the
Arts and Humanities on the Internet.

Dr. Billy Taylor's "What is Jazz?"

"In traditional academic situations, I studied with the masters in the European classical tradition, and in less formal situations I studied with masters of the African-American traditions. My personal associations with Art Tatum, Charlie Parker, Duke Ellington, and other jazz giants helped me develop my own perspective for presenting my own music and that of other jazz artists." Dr. Billy Taylor, from the Preface to "Jazz Piano, a jazz history" Produced by IMS in cooperation with ARTSEDGE. On location recordings by Philippe Tabaux.

What to Listen for in Music

Dr. Michael Broyles, professor of music at Pennsylvania State University, delivers a series of lectures explaining the structure of the music of the Classic and Romatic periods in Europe; music that still dominates the world's concert halls. With more than four hours of audio, extensive text, cross-indexing, and the unique Audio Glossary, "What to Listen for in Music" is a complete on-line short course on the subject. Produced by IMS in cooperation with ARTSEDGE. On location recordings and photographs by Philippe Tabaux.

Young Performing Artists Showcase

Throughout 1996, the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts will be sponsoring this special event in conjunction with the Internet 1996 World Exposition. Becknell and Lucas helped with the initial web design and will continue to provide audio production for the Internet through the Expo Radio show.


Internet 1996 World Exposition Pavilions
Arts and Humanities
reporting on issues of Public Policy
Ctrl-Z, our musical alter-ego
Corinne "Logana" Becknell
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