Dance Of The Gods
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📒Dance Of The Gods ✍ Norma Beishir
✏Dance of the gods Book Summary : Passion takes Meredith and Alexander, for whom fame and fortune are seemingly guarenteed, from Malibu and Beverly Hills to New York and Paris, but an explosive secret threatens to destroy their glittery world with scandal
📒Dance Of The Gods ✍ Nora Roberts
✏Dance Of The Gods Book Summary : Two months before Halloween. Two months before the final battle. But is the Circle ready to face its powerful enemy? Blair Murphy is no stranger to a good fight. Tough, stubborn and brave, it's no wonder she has been recruited to the circle of six warriors charged with defeating Lilith, the vampire queen. But Blair also has her own personal battles to fight - the father who abandoned her and the fiancé who walked out after learning what she is: a demon hunter. As if this wasn't enough, Blair has been thrown together with Larkin - the handsome, flirtatious and downright infuriating shapeshifter. After a couple of terrifying run-ins with one of Lilith's loyal followers, Blair begins to wonder - can she stay alive long enough to defeat Lilith's army? And can she protect her heart from Larkin's dangerous charms?
📒Dance With The Gods ✍ Edmund Ironside
✏Dance With The Gods Book Summary : Life at New Earth is hard and unforgiving. Only the strongest, smartest and most spiritual can survive. Following a trail hidden eons ago, five young spiritual scientists have set out to find four keys needed to complete a prophecy delivered to the too-young concubine, Ussa, and her beautiful daughters. Journeying in a great ship through the universes, they will learn not only how the universes exist but why they exist. The third journey, the real journey, has begun; from a place called Eden.
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📒The Dance Gods ✍ Kenny Pearl
✏The Dance Gods Book Summary : When Kenny Pearl arrived in New York City, determined to succeed as a dancer, he was penniless, friendless and jobless. His memories shine against the backdrop of the turbulent ’60s and ’70s, including Vietnam War protests, the military draft and the rampant crime that once plagued the city. From humble beginnings in the hippie-populated Lower East Side, to performing with the greats of the New York modern dance scene—he danced with the companies of both Martha Graham and Alvin Ailey—Pearl’s life is one of tenacity, hard work and passion. This is the engaging story of the hurdles he faced on his unique journey and the remarkable people he met along the way. www.dancegodsbook.com
📒Dancing Gods ✍ Erna Fergusson
✏Dancing Gods Book Summary : One of the most remarkable features of life in the Southwest is the presence of Native American religious ceremonies in communities that are driving distance from Sunbelt cities. Many of these ceremonies are open to the public andDancing Godsis the best single reference for visitors to dances at the Rio Grande Pueblos, Zuni Pueblo, the Hopi Mesas, and the Navajo and Apache reservations. Fergusson's classic guide to New Mexico and Arizona Indian ceremonies is once again available in print. It offers background information on the history and religion of the area's Native American peoples and describes the principal public ceremonies and some lesser-known dances that are rarely performed. Here is information on the major Pueblo rituals--the Corn Dance, Deer Dance, and Eagle Dance--as well as various dances at Zuni, including the complicated Shalako. Fergusson also describes the Hopi bean-planting and Niman Kachina ceremonies in addition to the Snake Dance, the Navajo Mountain Chant and Night Chant, and several Apache ceremonies. "Still the best of all books about the Indian ceremonials of New Mexico and Arizona. . . .perceptive and simple, reverent and lucid."--Lawrence Clark Powell,Southwest Classics
📒To Be Like Gods ✍ Matthew G. Looper
✏To Be Like Gods Book Summary : The Maya of Mexico and Central America have performed ritual dances for more than two millennia. Dance is still an essential component of religious experience today, serving as a medium for communication with the supernatural. During the Late Classic period (AD 600-900), dance assumed additional importance in Maya royal courts through an association with feasting and gift exchange. These performances allowed rulers to forge political alliances and demonstrate their control of trade in luxury goods. The aesthetic values embodied in these performances were closely tied to Maya social structure, expressing notions of gender, rank, and status. Dance was thus not simply entertainment, but was fundamental to ancient Maya notions of social, religious, and political identity. Using an innovative interdisciplinary approach, Matthew Looper examines several types of data relevant to ancient Maya dance, including hieroglyphic texts, pictorial images in diverse media, and architecture. A series of case studies illustrates the application of various analytical methodologies and offers interpretations of the form, meaning, and social significance of dance performance. Although the nuances of movement in Maya dances are impossible to recover, Looper demonstrates that a wealth of other data survives which allows a detailed consideration of many aspects of performance. To Be Like Gods thus provides the first comprehensive interpretation of the role of dance in ancient Maya society and also serves as a model for comparative research in the archaeology of performance.
📒Dancing With The Gods ✍ Marion Kilson
✏Dancing with the Gods Book Summary : This book explores cosmological concepts and ritual actions of the Ga people of southeastern Ghana through case studies of calendrical agricultural rites, social status transition rites, and redressive rites. Based on fieldwork in the 1960s, the essays present descriptive analyses of verbal and non-verbal ritual action.
📒Dancing For The Gods ✍ Zita Marta Wenzel
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📒Kathakali Dance Drama ✍ Phillip Zarrilli
✏Kathakali Dance Drama Book Summary : Kathakali Dance-Drama provides a comprehensive introduction to the distinctive and colourful dance-drama of Kerala in South-West India for the first time. This landmark volume: * explores Kathakali's reception as it reaches new audiences both in India and the west * includes two cases of controversial of Kathakali experiments * explores the implications for Kathakali of Keralan politics During these performances heroes, heroines, gods and demons tell their stories of traditional Indian epics. The four Kathakali plays included in this anthology, translated from actual performances into English are: * The Flower of Good Fortune * The Killing of Kirmmira * The Progeny of Krishna * King Rugmamgada's Law Each play has an introduction and detailed commentary and is illustrated by stunning photographs taken during performances. An introduction to Kathakali stage conventions, make-up, music, acting, and training is also provided, making this an ideal volume for both the specialist and non-specialist reader.