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'Jon Pareles Nyt Service' - 3 News Result(s)

  • In Union square, New York's first Sufi music festival
    World News | Jon Pareles, NYT News Service | Thursday July 22, 2010
    Hands waved overhead. Voices shouted lyrics and whooped with delight. Children were hoisted onto parents' shoulders. In the tightly packed crowd a few dancers made room to jump. T-shirts were tossed to fans from the stage. Yet in the songs that Abida Parveen was singing, saints were praised. They were Islamic saints, the poets and philosophers reve...
  • World News | Jon Pareles, NYT News Service | Thursday June 3, 2010
    A Beatle met the president when Sir Paul McCartney performed at the East Room of the White House on Wednesday night. Accepting the Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song, McCartney used the occasion to applaud President Obama. "Getting this prize would be good enough," McCartney said. "But getting it from this president ..." He smiled....
  • Bob Dylan's wry wintery wonderland
    World News | Jon Pareles, NYT Service | Friday November 27, 2009
    Like Dylan's other 21st-century projects, his album Christmas in the Heart, is ragged, cagey, wry and inscrutable. It's an amusingly perverse head-scratcher that leaves a listener to guess how much is put-on and how much is just odd.

'Jon Pareles Nyt Service' - 3 News Result(s)

  • In Union square, New York's first Sufi music festival
    World News | Jon Pareles, NYT News Service | Thursday July 22, 2010
    Hands waved overhead. Voices shouted lyrics and whooped with delight. Children were hoisted onto parents' shoulders. In the tightly packed crowd a few dancers made room to jump. T-shirts were tossed to fans from the stage. Yet in the songs that Abida Parveen was singing, saints were praised. They were Islamic saints, the poets and philosophers reve...
  • World News | Jon Pareles, NYT News Service | Thursday June 3, 2010
    A Beatle met the president when Sir Paul McCartney performed at the East Room of the White House on Wednesday night. Accepting the Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song, McCartney used the occasion to applaud President Obama. "Getting this prize would be good enough," McCartney said. "But getting it from this president ..." He smiled....
  • Bob Dylan's wry wintery wonderland
    World News | Jon Pareles, NYT Service | Friday November 27, 2009
    Like Dylan's other 21st-century projects, his album Christmas in the Heart, is ragged, cagey, wry and inscrutable. It's an amusingly perverse head-scratcher that leaves a listener to guess how much is put-on and how much is just odd.
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