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Billy Cobham ist ein panamaisch-amerikanischer Fusion- bzw. Jazz-Schlagzeuger und -Komponist. Billy Cobham (* Mai in Colón, Panama; eigentlich William Emanuel Cobham Jr.) ist ein panamaisch-amerikanischer Fusion- bzw. Jazz-Schlagzeuger. William Brooke, Baron Cobham, (* 1. Dezember ; † 6. März ) war ein englischer Adliger und Politiker unter den Tudor. Entdecken Sie Veröffentlichungen von Billy Cobham auf Discogs. Kaufen Sie William Emanuel Cobham. Profil: Alle werden angezeigt | Billy Cobham. Billy Cobham Biografie. Billy Cobham (eigentlich William Cobham) ist ein panamaischer Jazz-Schlagzeuger und Komponist. Poträt bei auto-public.nl
billy cobham - spectrum. Billy Cobham ist ein panamaisch-amerikanischer Fusion- bzw. Jazz-Schlagzeuger und -Komponist. Entdecken Sie Veröffentlichungen von Billy Cobham auf Discogs. Kaufen Sie William Emanuel Cobham. Profil: Alle werden angezeigt | Billy Cobham.
May the Holy Trinity have mercy on my soul". She married five times: firstly to Sir Robert Hemenhale died of Norfolk, buried in Westminster Abbey ; secondly to Sir Reynold Braybroke died who died on the Continent and was buried in Cobham Church, where survives his monumental brass;  thirdly she married Sir Nicholas Hawberk died , who was buried in Cobham Church, where survives his monumental brass; fourthly she married Sir John Oldcastle, jure uxoris Baron Cobham, 1st Baron Oldcastle  died , who was hanged as a heretic and traitor.
Fifthly she married Sir John Harpeden died who survived her by 24 years and was buried in Westminster Abbey , where survives his monumental brass.
The Brooke family anciently "de la Brook" or "At-Brook" originated at the estate of " la Brook "  near Ilchester in Somerset, and later resided at Holditch in the parish of Thorncombe and at Weycroft in the parish of Axminster , both in Devon, both fortified manor houses.
Following their inheritance the Brooke family moved to Cobham Hall in Kent. His grandfather Sir Thomas II Brooke died of Holditch whose monumental brass , together with that of his wife Joan Hanham, survives in Thorncombe Church was "by far the largest landowner in Somerset"  and served 13 times as a Member of Parliament for Somerset.
Joan Hanham was the second daughter and co-heiress of Simon Hanham of Gloucestershire, and was the widow of the Bristol cloth merchant Robert Cheddar died , MP and twice Mayor of Bristol , "whose wealth was proverbial".
Her son Richard Cheddar , MP, signed over his large inheritance to his mother and stepfather Sir Thomas II Brooke for their lives, due to the latter having "many times endured great travail and cost" in defending them during his minority.
In together with Lord Bergavenny he defeated the Cornish Rebellion at Blackheath , where one of its leaders James Tuchet, 7th Baron Audley , his cousin, was taken prisoner.
James Church, Cooling, survives the brass of his daughter Faith Brooke d. Thomas Brooke, 8th Baron Cobham died , son and heir by his father's second wife Margaret Nevill.
In he was one of the 12 barons who tried the Duke of Buckingham. He married three times: firstly Dorothy Heydon, a daughter of Sir Henry Heydon died of Baconsthorpe , Norfolk by his wife Anne Boleyn, a daughter of Sir Geoffrey Boleyn , great-grandfather of Queen Anne Boleyn , by whom he had 13 children; secondly he married Dorothy Southwell, a widow, without issue; thirdly he married Elizabeth Hart, without issue.
He was buried in Cobham Church, where survives his monumental brass. During the Dissolution of the Monasteries he received large grants of former monastic lands,  including of Cobham College founded in the parish church by his ancestor.
He was one of the 4 lay peers at the trial of Edward Seymour, 1st Duke of Somerset died , Lord Protector of England, and was one of 26 peers who signed letters patent settling the crown on Lady Jane Grey , but he later recognised the claim of Queen Mary I.
Vastly outnumbered Brooke surrendered after eight hours of siege and the bombardment badly damaged the castle. Brooke and his son were briefly imprisoned in the Tower of London on suspicion of having deliberately failed to defend the castle.
Brooke's magnificent chest tomb and alabaster effigy, with that of his wife Ann Braye died , one of the two daughters and co-heiresses of Edmund Braye, 1st Baron Braye , by whom he had 10 sons and 4 daughters, survives in Cobham Church before the high altar.
He built the surviving two brick wings forming the west court, the south wing between and and the north begun in The old buildings were accordingly divided up into 21 separate dwellings, each having one room on the first floor and one on the ground floor, with its own entrance door.
He was attainted in ,  for his part in a plot to overthrow King James I, when the peerage became abeyant instead of becoming extinct.
His lands were forfeited to the crown, although in King James I granted to his wife Frances Howard a lease for her life of Cobham Hall, where she lived "in solitary state" until her death in , having in the meantime taken "no notice whatever of her husband after his trial",  who spent the rest of his life in the Tower of London and died in poverty.
The king however granted the reversion  of the estate to his third cousin Ludovic Stewart, 1st Duke of Richmond, 2nd Duke of Lennox — who was never able to live there  as he predeceased Frances Howard.
On his death in the estate was thus inherited by his heir, his nephew James Stewart, 1st Duke of Richmond died He was much appreciated by the French king who showered him with honours and landed estates and granted him the "glorious privilege of quartering the royal arms of France with his paternal arms".
Charles faithfully fulfilled this obligation, and as a result the Lennox family had considerable influence at the Scottish and English Courts over the next two generations.
He was buried in Westminster Abbey , in the Richmond Vault  in the Henry VII Chapel that king formerly having been Earl of Richmond above which survives his magnificent black marble monument by Hubert Le Sueur with gilt-bronze recumbent effigies of himself and his wife.
He died on 30 July of spotted fever, just 5 months after his elder brother. He married Katherine Clifton, 2nd Baroness Clifton c. He was buried in Westminster Abbey.
In King James I created the 12 year-old newly-fatherless James Stewart as Duke of Richmond and in , following the death of Frances Howard Lady Cobham , he gained vacant possession of Cobham Hall, which became his main residence.
On his father's death when he was aged 6, and following the defeat of the royalist faction in the Civil War, he and his mother went into exile in France, where he died of the smallpox aged 10 in the year of the Restoration of the Monarchy , when his titles passed to his first cousin Charles Stewart, 3rd Duke of Richmond, 6th Duke of Lennox.
He was buried in Westminster Abbey , where survives his monument, a black obelisk surmounted by an urn containing his heart. With the Civil War over and the Stuart monarchy restored, he re-built the central block at Cobham Hall, between and , to the design of the architect Peter Mills.
He died of disease in while in camp with his regiment in Flanders. The speed of her remarriage gave rise to unkind rumours that the pair had been lovers, and the marriage was disapproved of, even by her children, since Williamson, the son of a country vicar, was not considered a suitable match for a connection of the King.
He was a civil servant, diplomat and Member of Parliament for Thetford in Norfolk, who served as Secretary of State for the Northern Department — Katherine Stewart sold her interest in Cobham together with the rest of her estates including the manor of Gravesend totalling 2, acres,  to Sir Joseph Williamson who resided at Cobham until his death,  without issue.
John Bligh, 1st Earl of Darnley — , was descended from a prominent Devon family via a cadet branch which had settled in County Meath , Ireland.
He represented Athboy in the Irish House of Commons from to Edward Bligh, 2nd Earl of Darnley — ; second, and eldest surviving son of the 1st Earl.
He had already succeeded his mother in as eleventh Baron Clifton of Leighton Bromswold in the Peerage of England.
He served as a Lord of the Bedchamber to Frederick, Prince of Wales , but died unmarried in , aged He carried out various building works at Cobham, between and he added an extra floor to the west front, to the design of Sir William Chambers.
Between and he added a 2-storey corridor to the north side of the central block and began building the east court or "kitchen court" to match the two Tudor wings.
He redecorated several rooms in the classical style. By his will he left instructions for the building of the Darnley Mausoluem within the deer park , to house the embalmed corpses of his descendants, the "Hyde Vault" in Westminster Abbey in the north ambulatory, near the steps leading up to Henry VII's Lady Chapel  having become full.
Although the work was duly completed in , to the design of the architect James Wyatt , it never received the approval of the local Bishop of Rochester to become a consecrated building and thus was never used for its intended purpose.
John Bligh, 4th Earl of Darnley — ; eldest son of the 3rd Earl. In he presented a claim as heir-general to the dukedom of Lennox, but the House of Lords did not come to any decision on the matter.
He was succeeded by his second but eldest surviving son, the fifth Earl. He built a bridge connecting the north front to the terrace forming an entrance under a porte-cochere, to the design of James Wyatt.
He added some Gothic details to the interior and added decorative detail to the hall. In —18 he employed George and John Repton to effect some Tudor-style alterations.
He died aged 39 of lockjaw after an axe injury when felling timber on the Cobham Hall estate and was buried at Cobham.
John Stuart Bligh, 6th Earl of Darnley — ; eldest son of the 5th Earl, who in about altered the dining room, the last significant alteration until the house was converted into a school.
The Drum: A History. Scarecrow Press. Hit Channel in Greek. January 4, Drummin Fool. Archived from the original on April 26, Retrieved April 25, Percussive Notes I had no respect whatsoever for simple rock and roll drumming, I only liked heavy fusion and technical drumming like Billy Cobham [ Red Bull Music Academy.
Archived from the original on August 19, Retrieved April 19, Archived from the original on May 25, Retrieved August 19, I think there are so many, so many great drummers out there that it's hard to create a list.
But Cobham is a pioneer, for sure. Cobham is the closest I've heard a drummer playing with an Indian soul.
He had the whole speech thing down. His snare drum, that's the heart of his language. He really had this speech happening on the kit. That's what stopped me in my tracks.
Because I'd been listening to tabla players, and I said, Hold on. This guy, he understands. He understands where this whole thing is coming from.
So he was probably the first big influence. And I just love everything he's done, man. Drowned In Sound. Archived from the original on December 11, Retrieved March 14, Modern Drummer.
Archived from the original PDF on March 25, Retrieved March 24, Common Ground: Inspiration audio and video. Alfred Music.
Archived from the original on March 6, You must have a big list of drummer influences. Brann Dailor : [ Archived from the original on November 11, Retrieved April 28, Archived from the original on March 27, Retrieved March 27, Archived from the original on March 15, Event occurs at Archived from the original on August 8, June 8, Archived from the original on December 29, New York.
September 25, Archived from the original on April 20, Emil Amos : [ Archived from the original on April 14, Al Cisneros : [ I was at a friend's house and he was saying, 'I can't believe you haven't heard this.
He throws down this one break after McLaughlin subsides these chords. It was so decisive that we just got up and left the room. There was no point in continuing conversation.
It was done. That evening had been closed by that drumbeat. There's nothing more. It's all. Saying Billy Cobham is a great drummer is like saying the sun's bright, but I don't even know what to say about Mahavishnu.
It was so humbling. It was an epiphany to hear the potential of these musicians and their conviction. Hearing something like that can make you feel like you've just been messing around in a sandbox your whole life.
Archived from the original on October 15, There's an obvious fusion feel to a lot of the material on Heritage.
Where did that come from? Mikael Akerfeldt: [ Archived from the original on May 2, Retrieved March 16, Q : Which players have most influenced that aspect of your style, especially with respect to the polyrhythms?