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  • George Grosz (July 26, 1893 – July 6, 1959) was a German artist known especially for his savagely caricatural drawings of Berlin life in the 1920s. George Grosz was born Georg Ehrenfried Groß in Berlin, Germany but changed his name in 1916 out of a romantic. — “George Grosz - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • Definition of Grosz in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of Grosz. Pronunciation of Grosz. Translations of Grosz. Grosz synonyms, Grosz antonyms. Information about Grosz in the free online English dictionary and encyclopedia. — “Grosz - definition of Grosz by the Free Online Dictionary”,
  • George Grosz (American/German, 1893-1959) - Find works of art, auction results & sale prices of artist George Grosz at galleries and auctions worldwide. — “George Grosz on artnet”,
  • Grosz, George (grōs) [key], 1893–1959, German-American caricaturist, draughtsman, and painter, b. Berlin. In 1924, Grosz began to paint, and in 1933 he accepted a position as art instructor at the Art Students League, New York City. — “George Grosz — ”,
  • In response to an ownership dispute, the Metropolitan Museum of Art says it has decided not to borrow a painting by George Grosz from the Museum of Modern Art for an exhibition of German Expressionist portraits. — “Met Won't Show a George Grosz at Center of a Dispute”,
  • "Grosz considered himself a propagandist of the social revolution. "Grosz was called by some the 'bright-red art executioner,' and indeed his political radicalism was well known. — “George Grosz - Artchive”,
  • grosz. grosze. genitive. grosza. groszy. dative. groszowi. groszom. accusative. grosz. grosze Retrieved from "http:///wiki/grosz" Categories:. — “grosz - Wiktionary”,
  • George Grosz was one of the most important artists of the Weimar era. Although a large part of Grosz's work attacks the military, the artist initially volunteered for the army in 1914. — “George Grosz at Galerie St. Etienne”,
  • Denis Grosz is the founder and president of Conjecture Corporation which operates a growing network of consumer-based websites including: wiseGEEK, Snippets and CalorieGallery. Conjecture relies on over 250 writers, editors, programmers, moderators and administrators. — “Denis Grosz”,
  • George Grosz [German Dadaist/Expressionist Painter, 1893-1959] Guide to pictures of works by George Grosz in art museum sites and image archives worldwide. — “George Grosz Online”,
  • George Grosz's prints for Ecce Homo are some of the fiercest satires of life in Germany during and after World War I and through the early 1920s. — “George Grosz: Ecce Homo”,
  • The Archive has microfilmed large portions of the Grosz papers at the Akademie der Künste in Berlin and (with permission of the donor) large portions of the Grosz papers donated by Peter Grosz and now housed in the Houghton Library at Harvard University. BOOKS FROM THE DADA ARCHIVE. — “University of Iowa Libraries: George Grosz”, lib.uiowa.edu
  • George Grosz (born July 26, 1893, Berlin, W.Ger. — died July 6, 1959, West Berlin) German-born U.S. — “George Grosz: Biography from ”,
  • Acoustic Heat: Jazz Guitar Duets by Marty Grosz (Audio CD - Aug. 19, 2008) China Boy by Dan Barrett, Ken Peplowski, Scott Robinson, Mark Shane, Marty Grosz, Linc Milliman, Dave Ratajczak Randy Sandke (MP3 Download - Sept. 20, 2004) Download MP3. — “: Marty Grosz”,
  • Grosz definition, an aluminum coin of Poland, the 100th part of a zloty. See more. — “Grosz | Define Grosz at ”,
  • grosz: Definition and Pronunciation. — “grosz: meaning and definitions — ”,
  • Brian Grosz is a voiceover artist and musician hellbent on a quest for world-domination, an alternative to the Scientific Method, a better mousetrap, his own space-program/lingerie-modeling-agency and something better than sliced bread. Brian is doing it all so you don't have to NEWS. — “brian.grosz-__-”,
  • On the outbreak of the First World War Grosz was conscripted into the German Army. However, the following year, desperate for soldiers, Grosz was called up again. — “George Grosz”,
  • George Grosz. German, 1893–1959 "Der Sträfling" Monteur John Heartfield nach Franz Jungs Versuch ihn auf die Beine zu stellen ("The Convict" Monteur John Heartfield after Franz Jung's Attempt to Get Him Up on His Feet) (also known as The Engineer Heartfield), 1920. — “NGA-DADA-Art-Grosz”, nga.gov
  • George Grosz: AskART art price guide for George Grosz and 96,000+ American artists - George Ehrenfried Grosz fine art prices, auction results, auction images, value art, art appraisal, antique roadshow, art images,artwork values, painting value,. — “George Grosz - Artist, Art - George Ehrenfried Grosz”,

Videos

  • IAQ with Brian Grosz Brian takes time away from the music journalists to answer questions from the fans.
  • Head MBB Coach Tim Grosz after NCAA Selection Show Northwestern College head men's basketball coach Tim Grosz talks about facing the University of St. Thomas in the opening round of the NCAA Division III Tournament.
  • Marty Grosz Marty Grosz now in his 80th year performs at the 1997 Mid-America Jazz Festival. He will be featured at the ARBORS RECORDS 3rd Annual Invitational in mid-January 2011. More at
  • Marty Grosz 1995 - All God's Children Got Swing Marty Grosz 1995
  • Budka Suflera - Za Ostatni Grosz
  • Amihai Grosz - Graduates at the Centre www.jmc.co.il In over 30 years of activity, thousands have benefited from the JMC's program for outstanding young musicians. Many of them now occupy leading playing and teaching positions in Israel and abroad, and are often invited to return to the Centre, this time as teachers and performers. Above all, this program, with its unique focus on chamber music, has revolutionized both the standards of chamber music making and its appreciation among music lovers in Israel. Some of Israel's most remarkable chamber groups, including the Jerusalem Quartet, the Ariel Quartet and the Jerusalem Trio, emerged from this program.
  • Five Minutes With Coach Grosz: Week 1 Northwestern College (Minn.) head men's basketball coach Tim Grosz talks about the upcoming season, which begins on Tuesday, Nov. 16 versus Hamline University at home in the Ericksen Center.
  • Baby wont you please come home - Marty Grosz & his Hot Pupp Baby wont you please come home - Marty Grosz & his Hot Puppies 2005 Recorded at June 2005 Ascona Jazz Festival this fine band play an amazing set of very agreeable music. They perform some of the more popular standards, but with an ease and with a skill that few others can or bother to master.. The relaxed atmosphere comes across to the audience. These men know what they are doing. I remember cornetist Randy Reinhart and pianist John Sheridan from festivals in the USA when they were both members of the Jim Cullum Band. Jim always set high standards for his musicians which now pays off because they are on their own touring the world and play easy and relaxed jazz with great skill and on the long run, thats what it is basically all about. Trombonist John Allred has developed to be one of the prime players in the world and under the relaxed leadership of guitarist Marty Grosz and three very capable European musicians this sounds like an all round winning music team Marty Gross on guitar, Randy Reinhart cornet, John Allred trombone, John Sheridan piano. Frank Robertscheuten tenor sax, Nico Gastreich bass, Moritz Gastreich drums.
  • Marty Grosz - Porter's Love Song --
  • Terry Grosz's Acceptance Speech (1 of 2) 2008 Humboldt State Distinguished Alumni Award recipient, Terry Grosz's acceptance speech (1 of 2)
  • George Grosz: A world made fit for democracy DADA artist george grosz has spirit.
  • MARTY GROSZ: "I'm Walking Through Clover" (Sept. 2009) At the 2009 Jazz at Chautauqua, Marty created this early-morning tribute to early Benny Goodman, with Andy Schumm, cornet; Bob Havens, trombone; Dan Block and Scott Robinson, reeds; James Dapogny, piano; Vince Giordano, bass, tuba, bass sax; Arnie Kinsella, drums. Check out . for much more.
  • "Rufus Rastus Johnson Brown" Marty Grosz From the album,"Banjo at the gaslight club" Marty Grosz and his Gaslighters.
  • China Boy - Marty Grosz & his Hot Puppies 2005 China Boy - Marty Grosz & his Hot Puppies 2005 This probably is one of the most impressive China Boy versions I ever seen. I heard it and played it on many jazz festivals and I have about 18 different takes from different groups in my iTunes assortment. From this session at the Swiss Ascona jazz festival the musicians seem to be on the edge. It looks like an instant arrangement with all kind of surprises being organized on the spot. This together with incredible musicianship makes this clip very exciting. All play with darn good jazz feel and that is a bonus as well. Bravo Marty and your men! Marty Gross on guitar, Randy Reinhart cornet, John Allred trombone, John Sheridan piano. Frank Robertscheuten tenor sax, Nico Gastreich bass, Moritz Gastreich drums.
  • Marty Grosz - Did I Remember Marty Grosz at the June 2009 Elkhart festival - in a sweltering room - with Ken Peplowski, Jon Eric Kelso, Vince Giordano and unknown drummer
  • MARTY GROSZ: "Blue" (Sept. 2009) If you want to give it its full title, it's "BLUE (and BROKENHEARTED)," quite a pretty song, recorded by Benny Goodman and his Boys about eighty years earlier. Marty and his Boys (Andy Schumm, Bob Havens, Dan Block, Scott Robinson, James Dapogny, Vince Giordano, Arnie Kinsella) make it a lovely indigo at Jazz at Chautauqua. See more at .
  • Stacja P - Złoty Grosz !!! STACJA P - Złoty Grosz stacja-p.muzzo.pl
  • MARTY GROSZ: "Wang Wang Blues" (Sept. 2009) Marty's evocation of early Benny Goodman at Jazz at Chautauqua -- with Andy Schumm,cornet, Bob Havens, trombone, Scott Robinson and Dan Block, reeds, James Dapogny, piano, Vince Giordano, string bass, bass sax, and tuba, and Arnie Kinsella, drums. See . for much more!
  • Five Minutes With Coach Grosz: Week 4 Northwestern (Minn.) head men's basketball coach Tim Grosz sits down to talk about his team's recent games as well as the upcoming contest against Finlandia University.
  • Brian Grosz - Can't Let Me Go Brian Grosz music video From the album "Bedlam Nights," on Exotic Recordings Directed by Mark Elijah Rosenberg Starring Shonda Robbins & Brian Grosz Produced by Jessica Wolfson Cinematography by Sam Cullman FX by Josh Pelzek Assisted by Drew Henkels
  • Favorite Artists: George Grosz George Groz is widely known for his brutal satirical paintings of Berlin life in the 1920s. Born in Berlin in 1893, he was another prime mover of the Dada movement, as well as the New Objectivity group. He was also a member of the German Communist Party, and as such he was bitterly opposed to the *** Party. He left Germany shortly after Hitler came to power and settled in America. He returned to Berlin after the war, where he died in 1959 after a night of drinking led to a fall down a flight of stairs. Music is "Cavatina," theme song from "The Deer Hunter."
  • MARTY GROSZ: "Why Couldn't It Be Poor Little Me?" (Sept. 2009) A deep philosophical lament, brought up by Marty Grosz and company at an early-morning tribute to early Benny Goodman, performed at the 2009 Jazz at Chautauqua. That's James Dapogny, piano; Vince Giordano, bass, bass sax, tuba; Arnie Kinsella, drums; Dan Block and Scott Robinson, reeds; Andy Schumm, cornet; Bob Havens, trombone -- all reading the charts for the first time, and before 10 AM, too! See . for more live video and commentaries.
  • Game Reaction: Head Coach Tim Grosz Northwestern head men's basketball coach Tim Grosz talks about his team's UMAC Tournament victory and earning an automatic qualifier into the NCAA Tournament.
  • Five Minutes With Coach Grosz: Week 3 Northwestern (Minn.) head men's basketball coach Tim Grosz sits down to talk about last weekend's games against North Central and UW-River Falls along with the team's upcoming contests against Macalester College and UW-La Crosse.
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  • Nobody's Sweetheart - Marty Grosz 2005. Nobody's Sweetheart - Marty Grosz & his Hot Puppies 2005 Recorded at June 2005 Ascona Jazz Festival this fine pick-up band play an amazing set of very agreeable music. They perform some of the more popular standards, but with an ease and with a skill that few others can or bother to master.. The relaxed atmosphere comes across to the audience. These men know what they are doing. I remember cornetist Randy Reinhart and pianist John Sheridan from festivals in the USA when they were both members of the Jim Cullum Band. Jim always set high standards for his musicians which now pays off because they are on their own touring the world and play easy and relaxed jazz with great skill and on the long run, that's what it is basically all about. Trombonist John Allred has developed to be one of the prime players in the world and under the relaxed leadership of guitarist Marty Grosz and three very capable European musicians this sounds like an all round winning music team Marty Gross on guitar, Randy Reinhart cornet, John Allred trombone, John Sheridan piano. Frank Robertscheuten tenor sax, Nico Gastreich bass, Moritz Gastreich drums.
  • Ballad Medley - Marty Grosz & his Hot Puppies 2005 Ballad Medley - Marty Grosz & his Hot Puppies 2005 Recorded at June 2005 Ascona Jazz Festival this fine band play an amazing set of very agreeable music. They perform some of the more popular standards, but with an ease and with a skill that few others can or bother to master.. The relaxed atmosphere comes across to the audience. These men know what they are doing. I remember cornetist Randy Reinhart and pianist John Sheridan from festivals in the USA when they were both members of the Jim Cullum Band. Jim always set high standards for his musicians which now pays off because they are on their own touring the world and play easy and relaxed jazz with great skill and on the long run, that's what it is basically all about. Trombonist John Allred has developed to be one of the prime players in the world and under the relaxed leadership of guitarist Marty Grosz and three very capable European musicians this sounds like an all round winning music team Marty Gross on guitar, Randy Reinhart cornet, John Allred trombone, John Sheridan piano. Frank Robertscheuten tenor sax, Nico Gastreich bass, Moritz Gastreich drums.
  • Marty Grosz - From Monday On Marty Grosz 2005
  • NCAA Tournament Postgame Reaction: Tim Grosz Northwestern College head coach Tim Grosz reacts after the Eagles' 70-60 loss to St. Thomas in the NCAA Tournament.
  • George Grosz George Grosz (July 26, 1893 -- July 6, 1959) was a prominent member of the Berlin Dada and New Objectivity group, known especially for his savagely caricatural drawings of Berlin life in the 1920s. George Grosz was born Georg Ehrenfried Groß in Berlin, Germany but changed his name in 1916 out of a romantic enthusiasm for America that originated in his early reading of the books of James Fenimore Cooper, Bret Harte and Karl May, and which he retained for the rest of his life. (His artist friend and collaborator Helmut Herzfeld changed his name to John Heartfield at the same time.) In 1914 Grosz volunteered for military service; like many other artists, he embraced the first world war as "the war to end all wars", but he was quickly disillusioned and was given a discharge after hospitalization in 1915. In January 1917 he was drafted for service, but in May he was discharged as permanently unfit. Grosz was arrested during the Spartakus uprising in January 1919, but escaped using fake identification documents; he joined the Communist Party of Germany (KPD) in the same year. In 1921 Grosz was accused of insulting the army, which resulted in a 300 German Mark fine and the destruction of the collection Gott mit uns ("God with us"), a satire on German society. Grosz left the KPD in 1922 after having spent five months in Russia and meeting Lenin and Trotsky, because of his antagonism to any form of dictatorial authority. In his drawings, usually in pen and ink which he sometimes ...
  • Brian Grosz - Cocaine and Chardonnay Video from Grosz's debut album, Bedlam Nights, featuring cameos from Logan Marshall-Green, Krista Ayne and Earl Greyhound's Matt Whyte.
  • Marty Grosz-Everybody Loves My Baby Our final song from this session. Marty Grosz now in his 80th year performs at the 1997 Mid-America Jazz Festival. He will be featured at the ARBORS RECORDS 3rd Annual Invitational in mid-January 2011. More at
  • Five Minutes With Coach Grosz: Week 2 Northwestern (Minn.) head men's basketball coach Tim Grosz takes a few minutes to talk about the Eagles' one-point victory over Hamline University on Tuesday night and about the upcoming NWC Tip-Off Tournament.
  • MARTY GROSZ: "Baby Won't You Please Come Home?" (Sept. 2009) Live from Jazz at Chautauqua, with Duke Heitger, Bob Havens, Dan Block, Keith Ingham, Vince Giordano, and Arnie Kinsella . . . more at .
  • Jar-E interviewed by Brian Grosz Jar-E and producer Keith "Touch" Saunders sit down to discuss their album "Chicas Malas" with Brian Grosz. All bottles and cans were recycled. No animals were harmed during the making of this video. Any similarities to peoples living or dead is purely coincidence.
  • Recruiter Phill Grosz on Penn State Tailgate Phil Grosz of Blue & White Illustrated talks to Jed Donahue and Kenny Jackson about Penn State Football Recruiting.
  • Art as a Political Manifesto: George Grosz Georg Ehrenfried Groß was born in Berlin in 1893; he Americanized his name to George Grosz in 1916, out of a romantic enthusiasm for the books of James Fenimore Cooper, Bret Harte and Karl May. Grosz joined the Communist Party in 1919, but left it in 1922, as he was against any form of dictatorship. He emigrated to US in 1932 where he remained for the rest of his life (he died in 1959). Associated with the Berlin Dada and the Neue Sachlichkeit (New Objectivity) group during the twenties, he remains in the art history for his political drawings, a savagely caricatural chronicle of the Weimar Republic on its most sordid chords: the sequels of the war joining the sprouts of the ***, everything floating on quagmires of confusion and corruption. A George Grosz exhibition is organized these days at Hirshhorn. I tried a video, hopefully it's not that bad.
  • FTW 2007 Elizabeth grosz.mov Elizabeth Grosz Keynote Address at the 2007 Feminist Theory Workshop
  • Swing that Music Grosz Swing that Music Grosz Marty Grosz is a one-off. But dont be misled by his role as a comic raconteur: he is also a fine jazzman, dedicated to good music. In this clip from the Brecon Jazz Festival Marty does a solo act. One of the tunes is "Swing that music". One of jazz music's great comedians (his spontaneous monologs are often hilarious), Marty Grosz is a brilliant acoustic guitarist whose chordal solos bring back the sound of Carl Kress and Dick McDonough of the 1930s, while his vocals are very much in the Fats Waller tradition. It took Grosz a long time to get some visibility. He grew up in New York, attended Columbia University, and in 1951 led a Dixieland band with Dick Wellstood that was unrecorded. Based in Chicago, Grosz did record with Dave Remington, Art Hodes, and Albert Nicholas in the 1950s; led sessions of his own in 1957 and 1959 for Riverside and Audio Fidelity; and tried his best to coax Jabbo Smith out of retirement (some of their rehearsals were later released on LP), but was pretty obscure until he joined Soprano Summit (1975-1979). After that association ended, Grosz became a busy freelancer on the classic jazz scene, playing with Dick Sudhalter, Joe Muryani, and Dick Wellstood in the Classic Jazz Quartet, and later heading the Orphan Newsboys, a superb quartet that also includes Peter Ecklund, Bobby Gordon, and bassist Greg Cohen. Marty Grosz, a unique personality, has recorded several delightful sets for Jazzology and Stomp Off.
  • Stage Fright Grosz Pizzarelli Guitar Duet Impromptu guitar duet played by Marty Grosz and Bucky Pizzarelli - recorded in the Hospitality Lounge at the Elkhart Jazzfest 2008 jazz festival in Elkhart, IN - June 20, 2008.