HHTM

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HHTMHow High the Moon (jazz standard)
HHTMHeather Has Two Mommies (children's book)
HHTMHammond Heat Treatment Midlands (UK)
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It's one of the many valuable lessons waiting to be discovered in Karyn Parson's absorbing middle grade debut, How High the Moon, about a trio of African-American cousins trying to find their place in Alcolu, South Carolina, amid the turmoil of 1944 America and the Jim Crow South.
She's consistently fascinating working up a steam with the up-tempo How High The Moon and turning emotions down low with bluesy Miss Otis Regrets.
In this timeless show, scheduled for July 21, festival programmers announced that Austin will perform some of Fitzgerald's greatest hits -- "Mack the Knife," "How High the Moon," "Mr.
Aidan O'Brien, trainer of Hibiscus and How High The Moon Seamus [Heffernan] thinks the trip suits How High The Moon.
Relax and enjoy beautiful songs and tunes like The Way You Look Tonight, How High The Moon, It's Alright With Me, They Can't Take That Away From Me, Autumn Leaves, Summertime, People Will Say We're In Love, Where Or When, Dancing In The Dark and I Can't Get Started.
And she'll also have to cope with three Aidan O'Brien-trained fillies, Seamus Heffernan's mount HOW HIGH THE MOON, BEST IN THE WORLD and PRETTY PERFECT, which finished ninth to Jet Setting in the Tattersalls Irish 1,000 Guineas last time, having earlier won a listed event at Navan and finished second to smart four-year- old Zhokova in Naas.
The tracks are "Come Fly With Me" (3:40), "God Bless The Child" (4:13), "You Leave Me Breathless" (3:16), "How High The Moon" (2:40), "Prisoner Of Love" (3:52), "When Your Lover Has Gone" (2:40), "People" (3:53), "There'll Be Some Changes Made" (2:44), "Volare" (3:20), and "Come Back To Me" (2:30).
In the Flame Of Tara Stakes, the Aidan O'Brien-trained, 7/2 chance, How High The Moon gets the vote.
The nickel-plated mesh of Shiro Kuramata's How High the Moon armchair (1986) is somehow enhanced when played against the velvety pop of a Verner Panton Heart Cone chair.
"Grand Lady of Jazz" and a lifetime achievement awardee of the USbased JazzPhil Society, stars in "How High the Moon," a birth anniversary concert, on Oct.
Pizzarelli incorporated a few bars of "Blue Moon" into his guitar solo, and then topped that with a quote from Charlie Parker's "Ornithology," a bop standard based on the chord changes to "How High the Moon."
The 1942 hit song "Jukebox Saturday Night" lends its title to this week's concerts, which feature such classics as "How High the Moon," "I Hear Music," "The Nearness of You," "Taking a Chance on Love," "When You Wish Upon a Star" and "It's Always You."