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Celebrating our Creative Personalities

Celebrating our Creative Personalities

By Dr. Vibert C. Cambridge, PhD

Dr. Cambridge wrote these articles  from 2004-2007, for publication in Stabroek News.  They were later listed on the web site “Land of Six Peoples”.  We link this listing to that site where you can access the articles.  Here is the link to the articles:-  Celebrating our Creative Personalities < click to access

Articles by Dr. Vibert C. Cambridge. PhD

1. Valerie Rodway: Epitomizing grace and generosity  February 5, 2006

2. James ‘Jimmy’ Woodrow Weekes: A multidimensional musician   January 15, 2006

3. Kim Clark: A Caribbean heritage December 25, 2005

4. Bertram DeVarell-the father of steel band in British Guiana November 27, 2005

5. The Pilgrims: A Century of Creative Service  November 13, 2005

6. Charwin Burnham  October 30, 2005

7. Pita Pyaree  October 9, 2005

8. The golden days of steel band A conversation with Winston Edgar Beckles  – September 11, 2005

9. Scots, British Guiana and Andrew Watson  September 11, 2005

10. Alan Bush: The English composer and Guyanese politics  July 24, 2005

11. The Valz family reunion and Guyana’s creative personalities  July 10, 2005

12. Hilton Hemerding: Celebrator of ‘Beautiful Guyana’ June 26, 2005

13. Derry Etkins: An inquisitive musical mind  June 12, 2005

14. ‘Dougla’ Elsie and ‘Kaytie’ of Grove  May 29, 2005

15. George Simmons: Technique is the secret of success  April 24, 2005

16. Joyce Aaron-Elcock: Music was her muse  April 10, 2005

17. Phil Madison: Guyanese impresario  March 27, 2005

18. James Ingram Fox: ‘A treasured composer’  March 13, 2005

19. Rannie Hart: A virtuoso by many names – February 27, 2005

20. Frank Holder:’One hell of an exciting journey’   January 30, 2005

21. David Campbell: A keeper of the fire     January 1, 2005

22. Guyana and music at Christmas     December 12, 2004

23. Michael Currica: ‘Little Man’ had an important part in a big project—November 28, 2004

24. Winston Ewart Smith (Sir Wins): A promoter of Guyanese music October 31, 2004

25. W Herbert L Allsopp: Mobilizing entertainment for social change in the early 1950s—October 10, 2004

26. Joyce Ferdinand-Saunders September 19, 2004

27. Rudy Seymour: A multi-talented pioneer   September 5, 2004

28. Rudolph Dunbar: ‘A fascinating person, composer, musical conductor, musical journalist   August 22, 2004

29. Wilfred Robert Adams  July 25, 2004

30. Remembering Monty Douglas  July 11, 2004

31. Ray Charles, British Guiana, and my generation   June 27, 2004

32. Wordsworth McAndrew June 13, 2004

33. Rajkumari Singh   May 30, 2004

34. Rector Malcolm Schultz: Making music from Canje Creek to New York

35. Nigel Hoyow: Musical success on both sides of the Atlantic

36. Cy Grant: Doing it his way

37. Maseelal Pollard: ‘King of the Sitar’

38. Ernest Alstrom: An unsung musical hero

39. Hubert (Bert) and Edward (Eddie): The Rogers brothers – musical giants

40. ‘I Want To Build’: An important Guyanese musical achievement

41. Aubrey Cummings: A musician of a generation

42. Stanley Greaves: The Guyanist

43. Happy Holiday: Al Seales, Billy Moore and music at Christmas

44. Dorothy Taitt (circa 1896-1956): An exceptional Guyanese woman

45. Percy A. Brathwaite

46. John ‘Bagpipe’ Fredericks – there is more to the name

47. Dr. Joycelynne Loncke

48. Charles Knights, LRSM, ARCM (1927 – )

49. Vesta Lowe (1907 -1992)

50. Monica Chopperfield

51. Vincent De Abreu: a pioneer

52. The Muttoo (Mootoo) Brothers Calypso Orchestra

53. Eusi Kwayana

54. James Alexander Pheonix and the British Guiana Police Male Voice Choir

55. Kenrick Johnson

56. Nesbit Chhangur