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A keyboardist is a musician who plays keyboard instruments. Until the early 1960s musicians who played keyboards were generally classified as either pianists or organists. Since the mid-1960s, a plethora of new musical instruments with keyboards have come into common usage, requiring a more general term for a person who plays them. These keyboards include:

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Yeah, let's set up a piano out there. I think about your stuff. [I] [agree]. It's not rapping in my head Look tokyo. Just understand [okay]. Oh Hello, how are you? I'm very [well]. Thanks a bit nervous. [that's] all good right. What's your name? My name is tokyo. Tokyo. Yeah very nice Where are you from I'm from london. Yeah, and how old are you I'm sorry [to] [hennig] nervous You know what would it mean to you to win? a show like Britain's got talent It will mean the world to me just for my background and everything I've kind of been updated to this day I grew up in a really rough estate in London [Northwest] that definitely played a role in You know sticking [up] music. It was just a way of just releasing any kind of negative energy and Putting it into something positive You know sounds really cliche, but playing piano for me. Kept me out of a lot of trouble About 9 years old my dad came home one day with [a] keyboard in a box I remember just playing for hours and hours that same night Really lucky to have been in a situation where I had something else to channel my energy As a kid I used to go to the Royal [Cruiser] music Trying to sneak into some shows I would even sneak in have a little play in the in the rehearsal room I Just remember just being in this place, and it just looks like hogwarts a music or something I knew I couldn't afford to study. They're so expensive It's a really major an effort just work. You know works and works really really hard, then I was offered a full scholarship If I was forget yes, and the judges today, that would be the best moment [of] my life That would be life-changing like you Thank you. Tokyo. Thank you David you had us from the first moment [you] know you could have heard a pin drop in it was really really fantastic. Thank you very much It was literally like a film score. It. Just inspired my imagination when I was listening [to] it. I was going absolutely beautiful Thank you very much. Thank you Really really refreshing and that could have gone anywhere really so well done It's like a war with the [sovereign] for the first piece was debussy and called the clair De Lune and then I blended into [Ed] Sheeran bloodstream very clever. [we've] never really had a man like you [on] the show before and Was this someone that [he] was like your mentor or who in five years yeah, Mr. Morgan he was he was the guy who kind of looked up to it as a kid. You know. He's in my music teacher Yeah, and if it wasn't for him guiding me and showing me where I could go I probably wouldn't be here or doing what I'm doing today, so Yeah I have two beloved television Yesterday come on. Oh, oh yeah without so yes, we're pretty Understand back here you got for you I like to belong. [I] like his energy [use] [brain] I Know you're brilliant. Oh, well do not swing much. [oh] Yes, please, so this is I mean almost expect - now - really yeah I just never know what's inspectors are gonna like it - how about that was amazing. Don't put your blame on me

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Notable electronic keyboardists

There are many famous electronic keyboardists in metal, rock, pop and jazz music. A complete list can be found at List of keyboardists.

The use of electronic keyboards grew in popularity throughout the 1960s, with many bands using the Hammond organ, Mellotron, and electric pianos such as the Fender Rhodes. The Doors became the first group to use the Moog synthesizer on a pop record on 1967's "Strange Days". Other bands, including The Moody Blues, The Rolling Stones, and The Beatles would go on to add it to their records, both to provide sound effects and as a musical instrument in its own right. In 1966, Billy Ritchie became the first keyboard player to take a lead role in a rock band, replacing guitar, and thereby preparing the ground for others such as Keith Emerson and Rick Wakeman.[1] In the late 1960s, a pioneer of modern electronic music Jean Michel Jarre started to experiment with synthesizers and other electronic devices. As synthesizers became more affordable and less unwieldy, many more bands and producers began using them, eventually paving the way for bands that consisted solely of synthesizers and other electronic instruments such as drum machines by the late 1970s/early 1980s. Some of the first bands that used this set up were Kraftwerk, Suicide and The Human League. Rock groups also began using synthesizers and electronic keyboards alongside the traditional line-up of guitar, bass and drums; particularly in progressive rock groups such as Genesis, Emerson, Lake & Palmer and Pink Floyd. The pop-blues-rock band Fleetwood Mac was also known for synthesizer-infused hits during this period.

Keyboardists are often highly sought after in cover bands, to replicate the original keyboard parts and other instrumental parts such as strings or horns where it would be logistically difficult to hire people to play the actual instruments.

See also

References

  1. ^ The Encyclopedia of Popular Music (Muze); The Illustrated History of Rock, Clouds by Ed Ward; Q magazine article 1996 by Martin Ashton; Mojo Magazine article '1-2-3 and the Birth of Prog' nov 1994

Further reading

  • Young, Percy M. Keyboard Musicians of the World. London: Abelard-Schuman, 1967. N.B.: Concerns celebrated keyboard players and the various such instruments used over the centuries. SBN 200-71497-X

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