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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › ShrekShrek - Wikipedia

    5 days ago · Shrek is a 2001 American computer-animated comedy film loosely based on the 1990 fairy tale picture book of the same name by William Steig.Directed by Andrew Adamson and Vicky Jenson in their directorial debuts, it stars Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy, Cameron Diaz, and John Lithgow as the voices of the lead characters.

  2. 5 days ago · "Hallelujah" was first released on Cohen's studio album Various Positions in 1984, and he sang it during his Europe tour in 1985. The song had limited initial success but found greater popularity through a 1991 cover by John Cale that was featured in the 2001 animated film, Shrek.

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  4. Sep 17, 2021 · Everyone Piano is the best free computer keyboard piano software, which supports downloading 3 types of music score formats like stave, right and left hand numbered musical notation and EOP file.

  5. Sep 18, 2021 · Waluigi is a Technique character in Mario Tennis, which means Waluigi has good control over the ball. Also, he has above-average reach. Waluigi lacks power and movement speed, however. Waluigi also appears in the Game Boy Color version of the game, where he is an unlockable Technique character.

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  7. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Imogen_HeapImogen Heap - Wikipedia

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    Imogen Jennifer Heap was born on 9 December 1977 in Essex. Her name was inspired by that of British composer Imogen Holst, as her mother wanted Heap to become a cellist like Holst. She played music from an early age, first learning the piano due to "wanting attention" as a middle child and realizing, according to her, that "it was something [she] could make a lot of noise with". She did not enjoy playing the music of classical composers such as Bach and Beethoven, and would instead attempt to play in their style to convince her parents she was practicing their music. As a child, she began recording music by recording herself playing piano on cassette, then recording herself again singing over it. She soon began taking lessons and became classically trained in several instruments including piano, cello, and clarinet while attending Friends School, a private, Quaker-run boarding school in Saffron Walden. At around age 10, she began composing Christmas carolsfor her school's choir. Due...

    1995–1996: Almo Sounds & Acacia

    After boarding school, she went on to study at the BRIT School for Performing Arts & Technology in Croydon, South London, where she first began regularly singing and writing songs due to loneliness. It was there that she recorded her first song to feature her vocals, "Missing You", which was released on the BRIT School's Class of 1994 album and earned her attention from manager Mickey Modern after he saw her performance at a talent showcase. After being introduced to Nik Kershaw by Modern, He...

    1998–2001: I Megaphone

    Heap's debut commercial single, "Getting Scared", was released in 1997. The song became the lead single from her debut album, I Megaphone, and was included in the soundtrack for the 1998 horror film I Still Know What You Did Last Summer. She released her debut album, the alternative rock record I Megaphone, on 16 June 1998 through Almo. The record was made with several producers, including English musician Dave Stewart and Sigsworth, and received some critical praise but was a commercial fail...

    2002–2003: Frou Frou

    Heap had kept in contact with Guy Sigsworth (who had co-written and produced "Getting Scared" from I Megaphone), and this led to the pair of them establishing the collaborative project Frou Frou. The initial concept for Frou Frou was Sigsworth's, and the project was to have been an album written and produced by her with each track featuring a different singer, songwriter, poet or rapper. Heap explains that Sigsworth invited her over to his studio to write lyrics to a four-bar motif he had, wi...

    Mi.Mu

    In July 2011, Heap unveiled a pair of in-development, wired musical gloves at the TEDGlobal conference in Edinburgh, Scotland which had originally been developed by Heap with Tom Mitchell, a University of the West of England, Bristol lecturer in music systems, and designed and sewn by Rachel Freire, a costume designer, over the course of the prior two and a half years. The gloves were inspired by another pair of musical gloves developed by engineer Elly Jessop at MIT which Heap had witnessed...

    Mycelia

    In October 2015, Heap released the single "Tiny Human" using the blockchain-based platform Mycelia, which she created as a decentralized musical database for artists to share their music on and enforce smart contracts using Ethereum.Mycelia's Creative Passport program is a personalized profile for artists not signed to a major label.

    In the late 1990s, Heap's music was largely alternative rock. Her earlier songs, specifically those from her debut album I Megaphone, were frequently compared in the media to those of fellow singer-songwriters Tori Amos, Kate Bush, and Alanis Morissette. However, after forming and subsequently disbanding the electronic duo Frou Frou, whose work on their sole album to date, Details, was mainly alternative pop and electropop, her music became primarily based in pop, specifically electropop, art pop, and synth-pop. She has written, produced, and engineered most of her music on her own. She has also stated that she rarely listens to music, but draws inspiration from TED conferences. Heap plays a number of instruments, including piano, clarinet, cello, guitar, drums, and the array mbira. She extensively uses manipulated electronic sounds as an integral part of her music. She also mixes ambient sound into her music and has commented that "certain sounds give the music a width and a space,...

    In 2008, Heap participated in an album called Songs for Tibet: The Art of Peace, which is an initiative to support Tibet, Dalai Lama Tenzin Gyatso and to underline the human rights situation in Tibet. The album was released on 5 August via iTunes and on 19 August in music stores around the world.On 12 October 2008, Heap participated in "Run 10k: Cancer Research UK", placing fifth of the women in the actual run and raising over £1000 for the cause with the help of her fans. In 2008, Heap was asked to perform at POP!Tech in Camden, Maine (US). There she performed selections from her then-forthcoming album Ellipse. After her set and an encouraging plea for another performance later in the conference by the audience and organisers, Heap agreed. Having nothing else prepared, though, she decided to improvise a song on the spot with parameters (tempo, key) suggested by the audience. After the show, Heap was asked by a Poptech attendee if she would give the newly created piece of music to h...

    Heap began dating English film director Michael Lebor in 2012. In June 2014, Heap announced in her video blog that she was pregnant with her first child with Lebor. She gave birth to their child later that year.[better source needed] Heap's sister, Juliet, died while abroad in November 2019.

    Ellipse Tour (2009-2010)
    Mycelia Tour (2019-2020)
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