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February 20, 2005
On February 18, 2005, ALBERT R., beloved husband of Helen Krall (nee Shepherd) devoted father of Albert Krall, Gail Hudson and Russell Krall, loving grandfather of Laura, Samantha, Michael and Emily, dear brother of William Krall, Marie Chamberlain and Richard Krall. Funeral services will be held at the family owned Duda-Ruck Funeral Home of Dundalk Inc., 7922 Wise Avenue, on Monday at 1 P.M. Interment private. Friends may call on Sunday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Community Hospice of Baltimore, 9940 Franklin Square Dr., Suite K, Baltimore, MD, 21236.
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March 25, 2005
On March 22, 2005, GLADYS CATHERINE; beloved mother of Robert E. Jr., Gregory E. Sr., Jeffrey A., Gayle C. Moore and Roxanne E. Hunter. There will be no viewing of remains. Services will be held at the CHATMAN-HARRIS FUNERAL HOME, 5240 Reisterstown Road, Saturday. Wake 12:30 P.M. Memorial service 1 P.M. MARIE B. (nee Matousek); beloved wife of the late Rudolph R. Krall, Sr.; devoted mother of Rudy R. and Richard E. Krall and his wife Ricky; loving grandmother of Shelly Aurila and Dee J. Krall; cherished great grandmother of Kevin W. Dreyer and Lee Aurila.
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By Lane Harvey Brown and Lane Harvey Brown,SUN STAFF | May 19, 2002
Cecelia Krall Elson, retired teacher, traveler and music lover, died Friday of respiratory failure at Suburban Hospital in Bethesda. She was 89. Born Cecilia Krall in Vienna, Austria, she was known to friends and family as Lilly. She skied and hiked in the Austrian woods, and enjoyed swimming in Alpine lakes, playing tennis and gymnastics. She graduated from the University of Vienna with a medical degree in 1937. In 1938, she met her future husband, Walter Elson, also of Vienna, at an English language class.
NEWS
February 20, 2005
On February 18, 2005, ALBERT R., beloved husband of Helen Krall (nee Shepherd) devoted father of Albert Krall, Gail Hudson and Russell Krall, loving grandfather of Laura, Samantha, Michael and Emily, dear brother of William Krall, Marie Chamberlain and Richard Krall. Funeral services will be held at the family owned Duda-Ruck Funeral Home of Dundalk Inc., 7922 Wise Avenue, on Monday at 1 P.M. Interment private. Friends may call on Sunday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Community Hospice of Baltimore, 9940 Franklin Square Dr., Suite K, Baltimore, MD, 21236.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Rashod D. Ollison | April 29, 2004
Out with the stagnant stuff, the worked-for-a-time-but-now-it's-stale stuff. This area needs some fresh air. Perhaps, while recording their new projects, Diana Krall and the various artists on Neo Soul United 2 had that kind of mind-set. Each performer offers something smarter, more adventurous to jazz and soul -- something more real and nuanced than what we've heard from the genres lately. You already know of Krall. And if Neo Soul United 2 picks up any heat (I certainly hope so), then you will also know about such standout artists as Michael Bohannon, Keith Robinson (aka Black Keith)
ENTERTAINMENT
By Steve Greenlee and Steve Greenlee,New York Times News Service | September 30, 2001
This doesn't look good. OK, it looks good, but it doesn't bode well for Diana Krall's future as a serious jazz artist. Let's start with the jacket photos accompanying her just-released CD, The Look of Love. There's Krall showing some leg. There's Krall in a swimsuit. And whoa -- a cleavage shot. Is this a jazz record or a fashion ad? Then consider the music: a chain of torch-song languor unbroken by any kind of pep, nothing like "Devil May Care" or "Popsicle Toes" from her last album, or "My Love Is" or "I Don't Know Enough About You" from the one before.
NEWS
March 25, 2005
On March 22, 2005, GLADYS CATHERINE; beloved mother of Robert E. Jr., Gregory E. Sr., Jeffrey A., Gayle C. Moore and Roxanne E. Hunter. There will be no viewing of remains. Services will be held at the CHATMAN-HARRIS FUNERAL HOME, 5240 Reisterstown Road, Saturday. Wake 12:30 P.M. Memorial service 1 P.M. MARIE B. (nee Matousek); beloved wife of the late Rudolph R. Krall, Sr.; devoted mother of Rudy R. and Richard E. Krall and his wife Ricky; loving grandmother of Shelly Aurila and Dee J. Krall; cherished great grandmother of Kevin W. Dreyer and Lee Aurila.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sun Staff | March 3, 2002
Now that a holler-ful of Grammy awards have made "real" country, bluegrass and American roots music officially cool, not to mention marketable, it surely won't be long before musical offerings like these will be showing up at a CD rack near you: * O Death Meets Ol' Blue Eyes: Ralph Stanley Sings the Sinatra Songbook -- If you loved Ralph's haunting rendition of "O Death" from the Coen Bros. O Brother Where Art Thou? (and who didn't love that movie?!), you'll love this new disc. Ralph's twangy interpretations make even "That's Why the Lady Is a Tramp" and "The Summer Wind" sound like "O Death" warmed over.
FEATURES
By Rashod D. Ollison and Rashod D. Ollison,SUN POP MUSIC CRITIC | November 8, 2003
Renee Rosnes wants to get one thing straight: Jazz is not, by any means, a dying art. Granted, the music hasn't been in the forefront of pop for decades. And the genre, over the years, has been relegated to the halls of academia and treated as if it were a dusty artifact in a museum. But this stylish, hard bop-influenced pianist still believes in the viability of the music. "I wish there were more gigs available for jazz musicians," says Rosnes, who performs at the Baltimore Museum of Art Nov. 16. "The music is very much alive," Rosnes says in a phone interview from her New Jersey home.
NEWS
By RASHOD D. OLLISON | March 31, 2009
Diana Krall [Verve Records] *** (3 STARS) On Quiet Nights, the new album by Diana Krall, the jazz singer-pianist sways with the gentle rhythms of bossa nova. It's a sound that's familiar to Krall, and she handles it well. But this is the first time the Grammy winner has devoted an entire album to the style. The CD, out Tuesday, is her first release since giving birth to twin boys two years ago. In a way, Quiet Nights extends the elegant feel of Krall's last album, the excellent From This Moment On. Her hushed, Shirley Horn-like vocals are warmly embraced by tastefully understated orchestration overseen by the legendary Claus Ogerman.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Rashod D. Ollison | April 29, 2004
Out with the stagnant stuff, the worked-for-a-time-but-now-it's-stale stuff. This area needs some fresh air. Perhaps, while recording their new projects, Diana Krall and the various artists on Neo Soul United 2 had that kind of mind-set. Each performer offers something smarter, more adventurous to jazz and soul -- something more real and nuanced than what we've heard from the genres lately. You already know of Krall. And if Neo Soul United 2 picks up any heat (I certainly hope so), then you will also know about such standout artists as Michael Bohannon, Keith Robinson (aka Black Keith)
FEATURES
By Rashod D. Ollison and Rashod D. Ollison,SUN POP MUSIC CRITIC | November 8, 2003
Renee Rosnes wants to get one thing straight: Jazz is not, by any means, a dying art. Granted, the music hasn't been in the forefront of pop for decades. And the genre, over the years, has been relegated to the halls of academia and treated as if it were a dusty artifact in a museum. But this stylish, hard bop-influenced pianist still believes in the viability of the music. "I wish there were more gigs available for jazz musicians," says Rosnes, who performs at the Baltimore Museum of Art Nov. 16. "The music is very much alive," Rosnes says in a phone interview from her New Jersey home.
NEWS
By Lane Harvey Brown and Lane Harvey Brown,SUN STAFF | May 19, 2002
Cecelia Krall Elson, retired teacher, traveler and music lover, died Friday of respiratory failure at Suburban Hospital in Bethesda. She was 89. Born Cecilia Krall in Vienna, Austria, she was known to friends and family as Lilly. She skied and hiked in the Austrian woods, and enjoyed swimming in Alpine lakes, playing tennis and gymnastics. She graduated from the University of Vienna with a medical degree in 1937. In 1938, she met her future husband, Walter Elson, also of Vienna, at an English language class.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sun Staff | March 3, 2002
Now that a holler-ful of Grammy awards have made "real" country, bluegrass and American roots music officially cool, not to mention marketable, it surely won't be long before musical offerings like these will be showing up at a CD rack near you: * O Death Meets Ol' Blue Eyes: Ralph Stanley Sings the Sinatra Songbook -- If you loved Ralph's haunting rendition of "O Death" from the Coen Bros. O Brother Where Art Thou? (and who didn't love that movie?!), you'll love this new disc. Ralph's twangy interpretations make even "That's Why the Lady Is a Tramp" and "The Summer Wind" sound like "O Death" warmed over.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Steve Greenlee and Steve Greenlee,New York Times News Service | September 30, 2001
This doesn't look good. OK, it looks good, but it doesn't bode well for Diana Krall's future as a serious jazz artist. Let's start with the jacket photos accompanying her just-released CD, The Look of Love. There's Krall showing some leg. There's Krall in a swimsuit. And whoa -- a cleavage shot. Is this a jazz record or a fashion ad? Then consider the music: a chain of torch-song languor unbroken by any kind of pep, nothing like "Devil May Care" or "Popsicle Toes" from her last album, or "My Love Is" or "I Don't Know Enough About You" from the one before.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Rashod D. Ollison | July 1, 2004
Diana Krall / Merriweather Her latest album, The Girl in the Other Room, is perhaps Diana Krall's best set yet, revealing her talents as a top-notch interpreter and songwriter. The jazz singer-pianist plays Merriweather Post Pavilion, 10475 Little Patuxent Parkway in Columbia, Saturday night at 8. Tickets are $43-$83 and are available through Ticketmaster by calling 410-587-SEAT or by visiting www.ticketmaster.com. Seek and Frank McComb / War Memorial Plaza Smooth sultry sounds, courtesy of Atlanta-based Seek and singer Frank McComb, will fill the air tonight at Jazzy Summer Nights at War Memorial Plaza at Fayette and Gay streets.
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