SONGS FOR A NEW WORLD

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Music In The New World

Author : Charles Hamm
ISBN : 0393951936
Genre : Music
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The present book is both a history of music in America and a history of American music.
Category: Music

A New Song For An Old World

Author : Calvin Stapert
ISBN : 9780802832191
Genre : Music
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Even as worship wars in the church and music controversies in society at large continue to rage, many people do not realize that conflict over music goes back to the earliest Christians as they sought to live out the "new song" of their faith. In A New Song for an Old World Calvin Stapert challenges contemporary Christians to learn from the wisdom of the early church in the area of music. Stapert draws parallels between the pagan cultures of the early Christian era and our own multicultural realities, enabling readers to comprehend the musical ideas of early Christian thinkers, from Clement and Tertullian to John Chrysostom and Augustine. Stapert's expert treatment of the attitudes of the early church toward psalms and hymns on the one hand, and pagan music on the other, is ideal for scholars of early Christianity, church musicians, and all Christians seeking an ancient yet relevant perspective on music in their worship and lives today.
Category: Music

The Singing Of The New World

Author : Gary Tomlinson
ISBN : 9780521873918
Genre : Music
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A study into indigenous music-making in New World societies, including the Aztecs and the Incas.
Category: Music

Japan

Author : Burgess Speed
ISBN : 073904303X
Genre : Music
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To most of us, Japan is an exotic and faraway land. When we see images of Shinto shrines, pagodas, geishas, and Kabuki actors in face paint, our imaginations are immediately captured. Now you can experience this rich and mysterious culture through its music. In addition to arrangements of classic folk tunes such as "Sakura" and "Edo Komori-uta," Guitar Atlas: Japan teaches about Japanese scales, modes, and tunings, and traditional instruments such as the shamisen, koto, shakuhachi. Learn guitar techniques to emulate the sounds of these exotic instruments. Discover the fascinating world of Kabuki music, including a style of shamisen playing called ozatsuma. The book also informs about the Bon odori, or bon dances, held during the summer festival of Bon. This exciting introduction to the music of Japan offers new and interesting music to add to your repertoire, and teaches techniques, theory, and traditions that will enhance your playing and enrich your spirit. A CD demonstrating all examples and compositions is included.
Category: Music

The New World

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ISBN : MINN:31951000969990E
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Theater And Cultural Politics For A New World

Author : Chinua Thelwell
ISBN : 9781317398790
Genre : Performing Arts
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Theater and Cultural Politics for a New World presents a radical re-examination of the ways in which demographic shifts will impact theater and performance culture in the twenty-first century. Editor Chinua Thelwell brings together the revealing insights of artists, scholars, and organizers to produce a unique intersectional conversation about the transformative potential of theater. Opening with a case study of the New WORLD Theater and moving on to a fascinating range of essays, the book looks at five main themes: Changing demographics Future aesthetics Making institutional space Critical multiculturalism Polyculturalism
Category: Performing Arts

Disney Songs For Solo Violin Piano

Author : Hal Leonard Corp.
ISBN : 1495062627
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(Instrumental Solo). 16 Disney favorites arranged especially for violin with piano accompaniment. Songs include: Baby Mine * Beauty and the Beast * Can You Feel the Love Tonight * Chim Chim Cher-ee * Colors of the Wind * A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes * Feed the Birds * God Help the Outcasts * Let's Go Fly a Kite * Once upon a Dream * Part of Your World * A Spoonful of Sugar * Step in Time * Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious * When You Wish upon a Star * A Whole New World.
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The Sound Of Light

Author : Don Cusic
ISBN : 0879724986
Genre : History
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Don Cusic presents gospel music as part of the history of contemporary Christianity. From the psalms of the early Puritans through the hymns of Isaac Watts and the social activism of the Wesleys, gospel music was established in eighteenth-century America. With the camp meetings songs of the Kentucky Revival and the spirituals and hymns that stemmed from the Civil War and beyond, gospel music grew through the nineteenth century and expanded through new technologies in the twentieth century.
Category: History

You Could Drive A Person Crazy

Author : Scott Miller
ISBN : 9780595263110
Genre : Performing Arts
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For years, conventional wisdom has held that theatre companies have to produce brainless, well-known, flashy shows to make money and stay afloat. But one regional theatre company out in the middle of America has been proving since 1991 that conventional wisdom is wrong. New Line Theatre consistently challenges its audiences, taking them on wild, intense, roller coaster rides, assaulting them with issues, challenging them with complex characters and themes, demanding that audiences not remain passive, sometimes producing shows very few people have heard of, daring to be controversial, aggressive, confrontational. And not only has New Line survived its first ten years, it's sailing into its next ten years as healthy and as heartily supported by its public as ever. New Line Theatre has, once and for all, shattered the myth that audiences only like what they know, that audiences don't like to think when they come to the theatre, that television has made us all into passive couch potatoes. On the contrary, New Line has proven that audiences-even those in the supposedly conservative Midwest-love to be challenged, shaken up, confronted, involved. This is New Line's story.
Category: Performing Arts

Musical Theatre Realism And Entertainment

Author : Dr Millie Taylor
ISBN : 9781409495109
Genre : Art
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What is it about musical theatre that audiences find entertaining? What are the features that lead to its ability to stimulate emotional attachment, to move and to give pleasure? Beginning from the passion musical theatre performances arouse and their ubiquity in London's West End and on Broadway this book explores the ways in which musical theatre reaches out to and involves its audiences. It investigates how pleasure is stimulated by vocal, musical and spectacular performances. Early discussions centre on the construction of the composed text, but then attention is given to performance and audience response. Musical theatre contains disruptions and dissonances in its multiple texts, it allows gaps for audiences to read playfully. This combines with the voluptuous sensations of embodied emotion, contagiously and viscerally shared between audience and stage, and augmented through the presence of voice and music. A number of features are discovered in the construction of musical theatre performance texts that allow them to engage the intense emotional attachment of their audiences and so achieve enormous popularity. In doing this, the book challenges the conception of musical theatre as 'only entertainment'. Entertainment instead becomes a desirable, ephemeral and playful concept.
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