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  1. New Jersey by Peter Sivo Band, Peter Sivo Band's expansive legacy of recordings spans from s traditional pop, though 60s jazz, all the way to 80s pop musi.
  2. The Lenape Valley Marching band has grown from 22 members in to 46 in and has become one of the “elite” bands in New Jersey. Over the last 4 years, in the New Jersey State Championships, the band has placed 4th, 2nd, 2nd and 1st respectively.
  3. Siena, New Jersey Blair’s instrumental musicians pursue a multifaceted study of music through academic-day courses, rehearsals and private lessons, as well as a range of performance opportunities, including spring and fall concerts, Christmas Vespers, and periodic tours in the U.S. and Europe.
  4. Instrumentation Technician jobs available in New Jersey on Apply to Instrument Technician, Automation Technician, Laboratory Technician and more!
  5. This is a track recorded “in the likeness of” the performer listed. While the performance track will be similar, it is not the original.
  6. The first American composers were from New Jersey. In , Francis Hopkinson, a Bordentown resident, wrote "My Days Have Been So Wondrous Free." Also in , James Lyon, a Newark minister, wrote an ode for his college graduation.
  7. Sep 27,  · New Jersey (Instrumental Version) Kracker Daddy. From the Album 50 Hip Hop Beats, Vol. 3 (Instrumental Version) September 27, $ Start your day free trial of Unlimited to listen to this song plus tens of millions more songs. Exclusive Prime pricing. $ to buy.
  8. The New Jersey Student Learning Standards (NJSLS) define the visual and performing arts as dance, music, theatre, and the visual arts. Courses such as photography, graphic arts, costume design, or jewelry-making may fulfill the graduation requirement if they are aligned to the cumulative progress indicators articulated in the NJSLS for the.

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