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📒The Essence Of Sadie S Dream ✍ Lynn McLean
✏The Essence of Sadie S Dream Book Summary : Sadie, a little mountain girl, found a need to leave her home near the sky where anguish, misery, and sorrow was her life. She and her courageous German Shepherd dog, whom she found dying in the deep primitive wilderness, became inseparable. They made their way through dark forests to the sea. There, she met a family who swept her into their arms and away from her despicably rejected life. They saw her as precious and accepted her into their family. Her needs came to her from their understandings of her remarkable character. The manifestation of her prosperity and good will came to be a part of her life. She grew to be a fine young lady, became a physician and surgeon, remained forever humble, and was loved by all including the simple folks across the open land who knew her as their Angel in times of joy, sorrow, sadness, and gladness.
📒Upon These Shores ✍ William Randolph Scott
✏Upon These Shores Book Summary : Providing an overview of African American history, this text discusses a range of topics such as the Middle Passage to the Civil Rights Movement; from abolition to the Great Migration; from issues in religion, class and family to literature.
📒Lefebvre Love And Struggle ✍ Rob Shields
✏Lefebvre Love and Struggle Book Summary : In the only comprehensive guide to Lefebvre's work, Rob Shields draws on the full range of Lefebvre's writings including many previously untranslated and unpublished works and correspondence.
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📒James Galway S Music In Time ✍ William Mann
✏James Galway s Music in Time Book Summary : A fascinating historical journey through the world of music, based on a sixteen-part television series hosted by the world-famous flutist, traces the development of music from its origins to the present
📒The Birth Of The Cool Of Miles Davis And His Associates ✍ Frank Tirro
✏The Birth of the Cool of Miles Davis and His Associates Book Summary : Jazz, from its origins until World War II, was America's hot new music of the 20th century, and this music spread like wildfire to Europe and beyond. Shortly after the war ended a calming influence manifested itself in jazz and a new genre emerged with its own soundscape and quickly rose to worldwide popularity and influence--Cool Jazz. This book traces the history of this music to its roots in French Impressionism and European Neo-Classicism, describes the key roles played by Bix Beiderbecke, Lester Young, Lennie Tristano, Claude Thornhill, and Dave Brubeck in the development of this genre, and focuses on the major figures associated with a group of landmark recordings and on an ensemble that felicitously came to be known as The Birth of the Cool. The contributions of Miles Davis, Gil Evans, Gerry Mulligan, John Lewis, and John Carisi are considered in detail, and the scores of this music, arranged for Davis's nine-piece band, are analyzed and compared. The influence of this music persists to the present day, and the final chapter of The Birth of the Cool of Miles Davis and His Associates suggests continuities and developments that might still be explored by interested readers. The book is illustrated with photos of musicians and manuscripts, contains many musical examples and a detailed index, has both a bibliography and a short discography, and it includes a compact disc that contains many of the key recordings discussed in the text [Publisher description].
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📒The Oxford Companion To Australian Music ✍ Warren Arthur Bebbington
✏The Oxford Companion to Australian Music Book Summary : The Oxford Companion to Australian Music is a reference work that will be of interest to music lovers as well as of use to musicians, scholars and students. To date no volume has combined an account of Australia's music with biographical information about its musicians, a critical guide totheir works, publishers and recordings, and a guide to the burgeoning literature in the field.With more than 2,000 entries, the Companion ranges across a wide spectrum, from ancient Aboriginal traditions and European-derived orchestral, operatic and concert music, to Australian folk jazz, country, popular, rock, electronic and experimental music. It covers the music not only of mainstreamaudiences but also of Australia's religious denominations and recent migrant communities. Special attention is given to the distinctive features of Australian musical life: its reliance on government support rather than private or ecclesiastical patronage, its unquenchable appetite for eisteddfods,choral societies and bands; the shadow cast by European traditions; the vicissitudes of its attitudes towards composers; the late development of music criticism and scholarship; and the role of regional cities and towns.There are numerous entries on Aboriginal subjects and on key musical organizations and considerable space is given to a series of longer entries covering musical works, institutions, genres, instruments, terms, and many of the historical contexts of Australian music. These key essays offer anauthoritative framework for a better understanding of the shape and originality of music-making in Australia.