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Examples of "cawdron"
In 2011 in an interview with Voir, band member Bruce Cawdron announced that the band was working on new material.
Harris Newman (guitar) and Bruce Cawdron (percussion) recorded a song called "The Pulse of Parc Ex" on their 2006 album, Triple Burner.
Triple Burner was a Montreal based band composed of Harris Newman and Bruce Cawdron. They released their only album, which was self-titled, on May 29, 2006. The album was released on the label Madrona Records.
However, the young bowler was unable to secure a place in the Gloucestershire side in 1999, and left inauspiciously two years later, along with Mike Cawdron, Tom Cotterell and Michael Sutliff.
Along with her then husband Nick Cawdron she formed the theatre production company Creative Entertainment. They successfully produced the British Premiere of Eugene O’Neill’s "Lost Plays". Amongst other plays Semeli Economou produced and directed O’Neill’s "Anna Christie" winning Time Out’s Critics Choice.
As Esmerine, Foon and Bruce Cawdron began writing new music together in earnest in 2010. For their third album "La Lechuza", two new members joined the group; Sarah Pagé, a harp player, and multi-instrumentalist Andrew Barr. Released in 2011, "La Lechuza" was listed as one of the top ten underground records of the year in "Mojo".
On February 28, 2012, it was announced that the band would be performing at the 2012 Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago. On March 15, 2012, it was announced that the band would be performing at the 2012 All Tomorrow's Parties I'll Be Your Mirror festival in New York, NY. Drummer Tim Herzog began touring with the band upon the departure of Bruce Cawdron.
Mike Cawdron (born 7 October 1974) was an English cricketer. He was a left-handed batsman and a right-arm medium-pace bowler. During his five years in first-class cricket, he played for Gloucestershire and Northamptonshire, representing the latter in Twenty20 cricket during 2003.
The recording also includes input and performances from many musicians, including David Bryant and Bruce Cawdron from Godspeed You! Black Emperor and Sam Shalabi from Shalabi Effect. The taping and mixing was done at the communal Montreal-based Hotel2Tango in 2001 by Thierry Amar and Efrim Menuck. The artwork was produced by the band members.
A version aired as part of British series "BBC Sunday-Night Play" on 14 January 1962. Cast included Michael Aldridge, Renée Asherson, Neville Barber, Susan Burnet, Robert Cawdron, Edward Evans, Dudley Foster, Gretchen Franklin, Allan McClelland, Charles Simon and Nigel Stock. This version is also lost.
The chamber rock group Esmerine was formed in 2000, and was initially a duo consisting of percussionist Bruce Cawdron and cellist Rebecca Foon. The two had recently met in Montreal while both recording the debut album of Canadian post-rock band Set Fire To Flames. Cawdron and Foon had independently contributed to other Montreal-based groups as well, notably Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Thee Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra & Tra-La-La Band, Saltland, Fifths of Seven and Mile-End Ladies' String Auxiliary. However, instead of using the guitar-focused sound of their other projects, the duo initially focused on percussion and cello, drawing on minimalist classical music and chamber music. The band initially performed their original music in gigs around Montreal.
Heckington Grade I listed Anglican parish church is dedicated to St Andrew. It is of cruciform plan and in a complete Decorated style. The original 14th-century church was acquired by Bardney Abbey in 1345, and subsequently a new chancel was built by vicar Richard de Potesgrave, chaplain to Edward III. Potesgrave's damaged effigy is within the church; other memorials include brasses to John Cawdron (d. 1438), and William Cawdron "baylyf of Hekington" and his two wives. The steeple is from 1360–70; it was rebuilt in 1888 as part of a restoration, after a previous church restoration of 1867. Over the south porch are the arms of Edward the Confessor, adopted by Richard II in 1380.
In 2001, Foon co-founded the chamber rock group Esmerine along with percussionist Bruce Cawdron. The two had met while recording the debut album of Set Fire To Flames. However, instead of using the guitar-focused sound of their other projects, the duo initially focused on percussion and cello, drawing on minimalist classical music and chamber music. The band initially performed their original music in gigs around Montreal.
In 2004 the duo recorded their second album at the Hotel2Tango studio in Montreal. They released "Aurora" in May 2005 on Madrona Records, with a vinyl version released by Ninja Tune. In the mid-2000s Foon dedicated more time to Thee Silver Mt. Zion, while Cawdron continued to work as an acupuncutrist. At the same time they continued to occasionally perform in Montreal, often bringing in guest artists or collaborating with other groups.
Esmerine is a Canadian modern chamber music group that incorporates genres such as drone music, post punk, and Turkish folk. Founded in Montreal in 2000 by Bruce Cawdron (drums) and Beckie Foon (cello), current members also include percussionist Jamie Thompson and multi-instrumentalist Brian Sanderson. The band has released five albums. "Dalmak", was awarded Instrumental Album of the Year at the Juno Awards of 2014. Their latest "Lost Voices" is nominated for Instrumental Album of the Year at the Juno Awards of 2016.
The school is named after Captain Edward Cawdron Cordeaux, D.S.O., O.B.E., R.N., (born 24 July 1894, Caistor), a surgeon who lived at Goulceby House, Goulceby. He reached the rank of Commander in the Royal Navy in 1934, when he left the Navy, then the rank of Captain in 1940 in the Second World War. He became High Sheriff of Lincolnshire in 1963 but died on 8 June 1963.
After the limited release of the cassette, the band quickly expanded and continued to perform live periodically. According to Menuck, joining the group was quite simple: "It was like if anyone knew anybody who played an instrument and seemed like an okay person, they would sort of join up." In short order, the group's numbers ebbed and flowed. Local musicians would often join the band for a handful of performances, then depart. The revolving door nature of the group's membership frequently caused it strain before the release of "F♯ A♯ ∞". After that release, the group stabilized around a nine-person lineup with Menuck, Moya and David Bryant on guitars, Pezzente and Thierry Amar on bass guitars, Aidan Girt and Bruce Cawdron on drums, and Sophie Trudeau and Norsola Johnson on violin and cello respectively. Moya would depart in 1998 to focus on HṚṢṬA, being replaced by Roger Tellier-Craig of Fly Pan Am.
Foon and Cawdron began writing new music together in earnest in 2010. For their third album, "La Lechuza", two new members joined the group; Sarah Pagé, a harp player, and multi-instrumentalist Andrew Barr (both of The Barr Brothers and the Lhasa de Sela band). Album producer Patrick Watson also contributed vocals on two songs, with other guests including violinist Sarah Neufeld (Arcade Fire) and saxophonist Colin Stetson. Mark Lawson of Arcade Fire mixed most of the tracks. As part of "La Lechuza", Esmerine collaborated with Patrick Watson to honor their recently deceased friend Lhasa de Sela, creating the dedication website Snow Day for Lhasa. It was listed as one of the top ten underground records of the year in "Mojo".
He played extensively in the Second XI championship between 1992, where he debuted for Gloucestershire in August but failed to make too much of an impression, finishing the match with a mere single run to his credit. Thereon, he played regularly from 1999 onwards. Though he spent season 2002 out of the game, he played first-class cricket for five years, scoring decently throughout, and finishing with a workable average of 14. He finished his career in 2004, playing for Northamptonshire for his last two years. Michael Cawdron was the master in charge of cricket, Rackets Professional and teacher of Mathematics at Haileybury School. In September 2016, he was appointed teacher of Mathematics at Wellington College.