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Stan’s Music Notes


Sunday, April 23rd, 2017

BAND DJ ORCHESTRA COMBINATIONS LONG ISLAND NEW YORK
STAN WIEST -MEMBER ASSOCIATION OF BRIDAL CONSULTANTS
PRESIDENT STAN WIEST MUSIC

With the growing diversity required by brides and grooms a new trend is developing in wedding reception music. The emergence of the BAND DJ ORCHESTRA COMBINATION on Long Island and in the New York area.

Many brides and grooms and their families seek the elegance and excitement of a live band. The wide appeal of the current club music also bring in the desire to hear the original artists. Rather than settling for one aspect (Band or DJ) brides and grooms are now looking at the BAND DJ Orchestra Combination.

Prior problems with having a Band and a separate DJ is that twice as much space is required. Also two completely different sound systems. The new BAND DJ ORCHESTRA combination has the DJ set up within the band – at NO EXTRA COST to the client.
A bride and groom can have the very latest music on the radio for their wedding (music that was just released that week) and still have the elegance and excitement of a live band performing for their wedding. This is also becoming a tremendous factor in mediating the differences in opinions between brides and grooms as well as between the future couples and their in-laws.

This now allows a bride and groom to stay within their music budget by contracting a 5, 6 or 7 piece band with the DJ set up included. The bride and groom can make up a list of every song to be played with the DJ set up.

Parents who want a band are now more willing to help out with the costs of the music. This now enables everyone attending the wedding to say “My kind of music was performed” regardless of the age group. No age group is excluded and it guaranteed a packed dance floor.

Catering establishments love the idea since it is not taking up any extra space designated to the performing area. Wedding planners and consultants love the idea because it gives them a tremendous flexibility in their proposals to clients. Everyone comes out a winner with this new trend.

One extremely importation additional benefit is that there is non stop music for the entire reception. No breaks. Guests can always be dancing when ever they want.
This is a superb idea for buffet receptions, tent weddings as well as traditional sit down wedding receptions.

Clients love the idea because it eliminates the complaint of “the music is taking a break”
STAN WIEST

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Saturday, April 22nd, 2017

COMMON TYPES OF WEDDING RECEPTIONS AND UNCOMMON MUSICAL SUGGESTIONS
STAN WIEST -Member Association Bridal Consultants

LARGE FORMAL WEDDING RECEPTION

Most traditional wedding receptions require a large venue and the music should match this magnitude. Certain instruments such as acoustic guitar, harp or solo violin get lost in a huge banquet hall. Make sure the instrumentation for a ceremony or cocktail hour matches your venue.

You want something that will totally knock out your guests. A full string orchestra can be available – up to 15 pieces. It may sound extravagant but it can definitely be affordable and it makes an incredible impression and presentation for a cocktail hour. The biggest and longest lasting impression is the first thing your guests see or hear at your wedding.

One of my clients had 300 guests traveling to their wedding from all over the world. They wanted entertainment that would transcend the cultural differences and provide something everyone would enjoy. After a 10 course dinner and an hour of dance music I provided a square dance/line dance caller to take over. For two hours everyone got involved. It did not matter if they had two left feet. Anyone can do square dance and line dance with the help of a caller.

If you have a large indoor-outdoor reception space, why not create different mingling areas, each with a specific mood? A tented lounge with sofas, personalized martinis and a solo singer, a piano bar area , a string quartet playing chamber music in a grassy nook or a Latin band heating up the dance floor.

ELEGANT ENTERTAINMENT

One trend catching on is having Ballroom Dancers perform during dinner. This does not disturb the dinner conversation. It provides that something special that you guests will always remember. Two 15 minute performances with costume changes will enhance any dinner serving time.

CASUAL COUNTRY

An outdoor, laid back atmosphere can go from a Dixieland Banjo Band with or without sing alongs around a campfire to the wishes one of my clients had of a Jazz Band performing for a wedding in a barn on a farm in a country setting.

Consider the natural, calming sounds of a harp and flute duo for an afternoon picnic reception or “unplugged sessions” where a band performs acoustic versions of classic rock or folk music. This adds a nostalgic sensibility to the modern day receptions.

INTIMATE SOIREE

One or two strolling violins to take requests. It is a nice touch you can add and it does not disturb the ambience of a cocktail hour or reception. A three to eight piece Mariachi Band can perform during the cocktail hour or during dinner.

FUNKY LOUNGE

For a relaxed piano bar effect-whether there’s a built in piano or a keyboard has to be brought in-consider building a sitting area around the keyboard – the performer can take requests from the guests as well as interact with them.

A bossa nova or samba trio (traditional or new wave) is a cool option, not only for those with Brazilian roots, but for any couple who enjoys sultry rhythms.

An authentic jazz band may not sound unusual but if you find a truly great one, you and your guests will
“feel it”. There is an authenticity that can only happen when musicians play the type of music that is their passion and specialty.

TROPICAL PARTY

There is nothing better than steel drums. Make sure these are the authentic performers from Trinidad and Jamaica dressed in Caribbean attire.

For fun and a theatrical welcome to guests consider a fanfare or trumpeters or lute players in medieval outfits.

For that extremely unique effect bring in a Sitar and Tabla performers (music from India). Seat them on a raised area covered with Indian rugs. The effect is mesmerizing.

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Friday, April 21st, 2017

THE WEDDING DRESS YOU HAVE ALWAYS DREAMED ABOUT

By DIANE -WEDDING PLANNER-COORDINATOR AT STAN WIEST MUSIC
(631) 754-4979

STAN WIEST MUSIC IS A MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATION OF BRIDAL CONSULTANTS

Imagine yourself in a wedding dress that no one ever saw before. A dress that is just “You”.

You’re probably thinking “Sure, but I can’t afford that!” Well you can and several brides we have helped have done just that and for $600 -$900.

It isn’t the usual saving money by looking for a bargain at a discount bridal factory, making the dress yourself or having some friend’s aunt who used to work for Bloomingdale’s in alterations do your dress.

But it does take some time, a little perseverance and schlepping (but no more than going from Bridal salon to Bridal salon). It is not for everyone but it is fun and very unique and can save you oodles of money.

You start with finding at an antique clothing store, a second hand store or a hospital or charity Thrift shop an old wedding dress made of real satin, silk, peau de soie etc. Never mind it has a rip, stain or isn’t even close to the real size you need. The style doesn’t matter either! What does matter is the quality of the fabric.

We did a wedding dress quite recently. The original dress was real silk satin made around 1885 – it still had the hem made for a hoop. The hand beading down the long sleeves, bodice and down the center front of the dress was exquisite. There were a few small light stains and the size was all wrong. However there was so much material in the original dress that is was easy to let out, take in, add a train (that after the church was buttoned to the back of the dress in four elegant folds so that the skirt became a beautiful ball gown with lovely motion). The wedding was a late winter wedding so the material was great. It had turned ivory over the years, so we found ivory tulle to create a veil and we hand-beaded it to match the dress beading.

We also bought 2 yards of finest gauge ivory wool and created a ruana for the 20 degree temperature.

The dress alterations were handled by a professional tailor/seamstress (cost about $350) plus the dress was purchased originally for $275 from an antique store.

The theme of the wedding was a Victorian wedding – The groom wore a vested tuxedo, derby, carried a pearl handled cane. It was just slightly hinted at rather than a costume look. The flowers and attendants all were suitably attired with just a hint of elegant Victoriana.

The dress could just as easily have been totally modern made into a halter dress or even strapless ensemble – with a bolero jacket.

One can start with an elegant silk slip dress or even nightgown and by adding, gathering, etc. make a wedding dress that everyone remembers, and most importantly you will love because you dictated every nuance.

Again this is not for every bride. Bridal salons are wonderful places to get a beautiful dress, the staff is friendly and helpful.

This is a different approach, the fittings are at your leisure and if you need five of six visits or more the seamstress is available and only a phone call away. Remember you are not ordering a dress – you are bringing the dress and simply changing this or that, adding, subtracting, gathering, folding etc.

You need a professional tailor/seamstress who makes clothing and does quality alterations – someone who is full time and has been established for years in the same location.

The dress we had discussed earlier began alterations in the week after Thanksgiving and was ready the second week of February (three (3) ) months from start to finish). The wedding for which we helped plan all the details was for two hundred guests, a five hour reception ,church ceremony, eight piece orchestra, harp at the church and strolling violins for the cocktail hour. It was completely organized from Thanksgiving week to the third week in December. Invitations were sent out Christmas week. January and February all the bride and groom did was relax, set up their new home, with the last fittings of the wedding dress in January and February. No Stress, Gorgeous Dress! A Fantastic Affair.

For More Information Contact

DIANE

(631) 754-4979

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Wednesday, April 19th, 2017

By STAN WIEST

Member Association of Bridal Consultants
(631) 754-0594
email stan@stanwiest.com
www.stanwiest.com

That wonderful, exciting flush of being engaged-every time you use your left hand you can’t help but watch how the light sparkles off your ring. People you hardly know are always congratulating you. What a state of euphoria.

But—Oops! Reality starts to set in. There’s so much to do – so many appointments to make – so many choices to choose from. So many people telling you what to do.

Everyone you’ve known has advice to give usually in the form of “You ARE going to __________, really it’s a must!” Or “Oh, don’t do that – my cousin did that and she said it was the worst mistake she ever made.”

Then there are the well meaning strangers who would never tell you the soup you should try but they know the BEST FLORIST or the GREATEST CATERER etc.etc.etc.

Reality becomes a mounting migraine at night when you are trying to relax or sleep-Forget it! These are the most important steps you should take to regain your equilibrium and save your sanity.

Talk to your fiancé, at length!!!

1. 1) Who does he or she want at your wedding?

1. Close family and a few friends (50-75 people)

2. A large gathering (150-200 people)

c The Royal Wedding (300-500 and up)

2. 2) Where would you like your ceremony to be?

3. a. Religious Location (church, synagogue, temple etc)

b Outdoor location (remember the vagaries of weather)

c. Reception location

4. 3) Where would you like your reception to take place?

1. Country Club

2. Restaurant

3. Catering Establishment

4. Public Hall for hire (Elks, K of C )

5. Tent in backyard (remember weather)

STOP

Take a deep, deep breath – slowly inhale and smile. You just established the major playing field and established the rules of the game. You and your fiancé own the team – what you want, what you say – what you work out is “The Wedding”.

Ask each other – what do you see when you close your eyes

(At my reception I see ________________________________)

Many brides and grooms fall into the trap of creating too narrow a margin of musical types because this is their personal preference.

You may hate big band but there are at least 50 of your 150 guests that love it, or rock isn’t your thing but there are one hundred guests between the ages of 75 and 18 who want to rock the night away.

What is the answer – work out with your entertainment

1. A good mix so everyone will dance.

2. On your reception card let your guests know you are featuring a jazz wedding – or a night of nostalgia with big band sounds or any specialty of your liking.

If you inform your guests of the music program for the night you will save yourself explaining all through the reception why the Band or DJ hasn’t played salsa or polka or waltz.

AFTER ALL YOU WANT YOUR GUESTS TO TELL YOU AND EVERYONE ELSE WHAT A GREAT TIME THEY HAD AND WHAT A GREAT, GEORGEOUS WEDDING THEY ATTENDED.

YOU REALLY DO WANT EVERYONE INCLUDING YOU TO HAVE A SPECTACULAR TIME.

Choosing the right music also includes the ambience you want to establish at your ceremony and cocktail hour.

A harp or string duo, trio, quartet is most fitting for any ceremony at any location. You can add an opera singer to the ceremony for that extra zing.

Next on to your cocktail hour – this may be the perfect time to indulge yourself “The Jazz Aficionado” rather than at the reception. You can add jazz while the main course is served and enjoyed. Then after the main course “Let The Dancing Begin.”

Also during cocktails you may be thinking of an Island Theme with a Steel Drum Band and during dinner have the Island Sounds played to carry on the theme of tropical paradise.

Your wedding is a team effort, you and your fiancé are owner and manager – Speak to each other – first establish What You Both Want!

Then incorporate all the team players. Let them know the rules of the game and when there are those little glitches that life throws our way and they will be thrown let the right man or woman for the job take care of them for you.

1. 1) Employ the Experts – they do know what they are doing.

2.

3. 2) Don’t exhaust yourself with seeing “everything” out there.

4.

5. 3) Ask for recommendations from your caterer,

6. music company etc.

7.

8. 4) Don’t listen to all the helpful strangers

9. (that’s why we call them strangers)

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Thursday, April 13th, 2017

Stan Wiest Piano Concert and Sing Along May 20 Elmont Public Library 2 PM Free
Stan Wiest will perform music of the Great American Songbook ,tell humorous stories of his performances with and for celebrities and close with a full audience sing along of Great American Favorites. Free Admission Free Songbooks
Elmont Public Library
700 Hempstead Turnpike
Elmont NY 11003
(516) 354-5280

Watch STAN WIEST perform on Eddy Duchin’s Piano in the video below

STAN WIEST BIO

AS A MUSICIAN STAN WIEST HAS PERFORMED FOR BARBARA WALTERS, SALLY JESSY RAPHAEL, TONY RANDALL, FRANK SINATRA, SAMMY DAVIS JR, VICTOR BORGE, TOURED WITH IRVING CAESAR (GEORGE GERSHWINS’S LYRICIST) PERFORMED WEDDING FOR ROYAL FAMILY OF SRI LANKA, THE DU PONT WEDDING, WEDDING FOR FAMILY MEMBER OF CONDUCTOR ARTURO TOSCANINI, THE TONIGHT SHOW BAND.

AS AN ACTOR STAN WIEST APPEARED ON THE NBC TELEVISION SOAP OPERA “ANOTHER WORLD” BOTH “BAY CITY” AND “SOMERSET”. IN MANHATTAN WORKED ON STAGE WITH ADRIENNE BARBEAU

STAN WIEST PIANO CONCERT AT THE GLOVE THEATRE, GLOVERSVILLE NEW YORK
PERFORMING SELECTIONS FROM “MUSIC TO DRIVE BY” AND THE GREAT AMERICAN SONGBOOK

“YOU WOWED THE AUDIENCE. LOVE TO HAVE YOU BACK SOON”
RICHARD SAMROV
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
GLOVE PERFORMING ARTS CENTER

REVIEWS FOR “MUSIC TO DRIVE BY”
STAN WIEST PIANO CD http://www.music-you-will-love.com

A Top seller on Amazon.com

This CD is a standout for its beautiful arrangements of beautiful music. For anyone who likes American “standards,” this is a great pick.
AMAZON.COM 5 STARS REVUE

“Not only is he a terrific pianist, but his choice of material is absolutely first rate- some truly great songs, very well played” PETER DUCHIN

“You’re clearly a talented guy”
JOE FAY – WNEW Metromedia Radio

“Completing the recordings in eight hours was “a feat,” says Euphoria owner David Sokol, who was impressed by Wiest’s performance. “The man knows every tune, he knows music history,” Sokol says. “He’s a serious musician and ‘serious musician’ is the highest compliment I can pay . . . I’ve heard the greatest musicians in the world, and Stan is excellent.”
DAVID SOKOL – OWNER EUPHORIA STUDIOS
“PIANIST STAN WIEST ADDS ‘RECORDING ARTIST’ TO HIS LONG MUSICAL RESUME”
LONG ISLAND NEWSDAY

Dick Robinson, host of WHLI/1100 AM’s “American Standards by the Sea,” is also impressed by Wiest’s piano stylings. “His album is a nice reflection of the American Songbook,” he says. “I love that a song like ‘Night and Day’ is just piano. No trio, no big band, no singer. Stan does a wonderful job.” DICK ROBINSON WHLI
“AMERICAN STANDARDS BY THE SEA”

“It is as beautiful of piano playing as one would ever want to hear. It’s absolutely delicious. It’s gorgeous. Wonderful renditions of these songs. Each and every one a classic song. And you do a beautiful job, a masterful job on them. I want to compliment you on absolutely marvelous piano playing. A great great keepsake album. It simply could not have been better. It really is a group of brilliantly played selections. It’s as good as it gets. And you have every right to be proud of it.”

PAUL RICHARDS
PROGRAM DIRECTOR WHLI

THE TIMES UNION
Piano virtuoso Stan Wiest offers “Music You Will Love –Volume One: Music To Drive By” – draws from the Great American Songbook and beyond; Wiest’s wonderful technique and flair for interpretation are front-and-center. A generous 17 tracks of solo piano and it lives up to its title.”

“Stan Wiest has the perfect touch for the American Songbook. You can recognize the melody because he cares about the composers. A delightful CD, one you’ll listen to many times.
You’re a delightful guest. You have something to say and you say it in a most interesting way.”

John Bohannon
WRHU

“Move over Clayderman…there’s a new kid at the 88’s who not only tickles the ivories, but gives us 17 tracks of pure AMERICAN SONGBOOK pleasure. That “new kid” is Stan Wiest, a piano wizard. Stan’s “MUSIC TO DRIVE BY” is “pure piano”. My radio show audience love’s Stan!
I can’t wait for Volume 2″

Bill Miller. Host of the syndicated Bill Miller Show, and Charter member of the Kansas Broadcaster’s “Hall Of Fame”


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Saturday, April 1st, 2017

STAN WIEST MUSIC STRING DUO THE ESSEX CHAMBER ENSEMBLE performing
“Minuet in G” by Beethoven and “Hornpipe” by Handel for a wedding at the Three Village Inn -Stony Brook NY

HORNPIPE by HANDEL

“HUMORESQUE by BEETHOVEN

Violin and Cello from STAN WIEST MUSIC (631) 754-0594
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Tuesday, March 14th, 2017

WEDDING RECEPTION THIS PAST WEEKEND AT THE STONEBRIDGE COUNTRY CLUB IN SMITHTOWN

STAN WIEST DJ ENTERTAINMENT. STRINGS FOR THE WEDDING CEREMONY, STAN WIEST ON KEYBOARD PLUS GUITAR FOR THE COCKTAIL HOUR, STAN WIEST DJ SET UP FOR THE RECEPTION TWO 55 INCH TELEVISIONS, SIMULCAST VIDEO OF THE GUESTS, VIDEO DJ (VIDEOS SHOWN OF THE SONGS PLAYED) SIX UPLIGHTED COLUMNS WITH MOVING HEADS.
STAN WIEST WAS THE MC FOR THE ENTIRE EVENT

CONTACT STAN WIEST (631) 754-0594 or emails stan@stanwiest.com or stanwiest@earthlink.net.

FREE WEDDING CONSULTANT PROVIDED WITH EVERY RECEPTION CONTRACT

OFFICE HOURS 11 AM to 10 PM DAILY BY APPOINTMENT- OPEN WEEKENDS

WATCH THE 8 MINUTE VIDEO BELOW- FANTASTIC WEDDING FOR THE BRIDE-GROOM AND ALL THE GUESTS –

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Wednesday, March 8th, 2017

Watch the Trick Magic Circus Video of the Marionette Show at a childrens birthday party on Long Island.
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Available Long Island, New York, Manhattan, New York City,Westchester,Rockland,New Jersey, Connecticut and The Hamptons.

45 minute show plus 15 minutes of showing the children how the puppets operate.
Audience participation. Narrated by a circus ringmaster -complete with sound and full stage. Needs 1 1/2 hours to set up. Needs area 7 feet high, 7 feet wide and 6 feet deep.

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Wednesday, February 1st, 2017

LESSINGS VIEW IN OAKDALE AND LESSINGS SUNKEN MEADOW PAVILLION AT SUNKEN MEADOW PARK RECOMMEND
STAN WIEST DJ ENTERTAINMENT AND MUSIC FOR WEDDINGS AND PRIVATE EVENTS
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BIRTHDAY PARTY, CORPORATE EVENT

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Thursday, January 26th, 2017

STAN WIEST MUSIC 4 BRIDAL SHOWCASES
YOU SELECT ALL THE MUSIC YOUR DJ PLAYS
ELIMINATION OF ALL STRESS FOR THE BRIDE

Wedding ceremony, cocktail hour and reception music and entertainment. String Quartet, Keyboard,Steel Drums,DJ MC,Band DJ Combination, Green Screen Photo Booth, Lighting, LED Televisions and more -multiple page questionnaire to cover every aspect of the wedding.

Feb 19 Sunday 12 Noon to 3 PM Smithtown Landing Country Club 495 Landing Avenue Smithtown LI

Feb 23 Thursday 6 PM to 9 PM
Three Village Inn 150 Main Street Stony Brook LI

Feb 28 Tues 6 PM to 9 PM
Stonebridge Country Club 200 Raynors Way Smithtown LI

March 5 Sunday 1 PM to 4 PM
Coindre Hall 101 Browns Road Huntington LI

Stan Wiest plays the Grand piano at Coindre Hall March 5 and Diane will be at our table with wedding music and entertainment information

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