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You're Lucky You're Funny: How Life Becomes a Sitcom

by Phil Rosenthal

The creator and executive producer of Everybody Loves Raymond, on how to make a sitcom classic and keep laughing

This laugh-out-loud memoir takes readers backstage and inside the writers' room of one of America's...


Orchestral Performance: A Guide for Conductors and Players

by Christopher Adey

A comprehensive guide to the techniques of orchestral playing and the development of non-professional orchestras, Orchestral Performance covers all areas of orchestral music-making - instrumental technique and...


Native American Art in the Twentieth Century: Makers, Meanings, Histories

by W. Jackson Rushing III

Tracing the political context of Native American art production from the 1890s to the present and engaging with a range of concepts and issues such as the influence of spirituality in Native art and the struggle...


The Rules of Photography and When to Break Them

by Haje Jan Kamps

A fun, creative guide for learning the basic rules of photography (such as exposure and composition) that encourages creative exploration by then moving beyond the rules once they are mastered.


Narration in the Fiction Film

by David Bordwell

First Published in 1987. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


The Modern Monologue: Men

by Michael Earley & Philippa Keil

The Modern Monologue in two volumes, one for men and one for women, is an exciting selection of speeches drawn from the landmark plays of the 20th century. The great playwrights of the British, American and...


Oh Boy!: Masculinities and Popular Music

by Freya Jarman-Ivens

Oh Boy! is the first serious study of how forms of masculinity are negotiated, constructed, represented and addressed in popular music texts and practices.


Interrogating Trauma: Collective Suffering in Global Arts and Media

by Mick Broderick & Antonio Traverso

Throughout the past century, traumatic experiences have been re-enacted frequently by evolving media and art forms. Now there is a significant body of theory across academic disciplines focused on the representation...


The Shaping of American Higher Education: Emergence and Growth of the Contemporary System

by Arthur M. Cohen & Carrie B. Kisker

Similar to the first edition, The Shaping of American Higher Education combines historical and current events up to the mid 1990s. In this edition though, the revised text provides updated data and tables, new...


Yeah Yeah Yeah: The Story of Modern Pop

by Bob Stanley

Modern pop began in 1952 when the first British chart was published and the first 7" singles were released. It ended (perhaps) in 1995 when Robson and Jerome reached the top of the charts with the first number...


Revolt into Style: The Pop Arts

by George Melly

The redoubtable George Melly: flamboyant jazz singer, sexually ambiguous raconteur, prodigiously gifted critic. In the early sixties, at the birth of what we now recognise as the pop revolution, Melly began...


Prince

by Matt Thorne

Legendarily reticent, perverse and misleading, Prince is one of the few remaining 80s superstars who still, perhaps, remains unexplained. Now a firm fixture in the pop canon, where such classics as 'Purple Rain',...


Music as Alchemy: Journeys with Great Conductors and their Orchestras

by Tom Service

How are conductors' silent gestures magicked into sound by a group of more than a hundred brilliant but belligerent musicians? The mute choreography of great conductors has fascinated and frustrated musicians...


The World is Ever Changing

by Nicolas Roeg

Nicolas Roeg is one of the most distinctive and influential film-makers of his generation. The generation of film-makers who define contemporary movie-making - Danny Boyle, Kevin Macdonald (The Last King of...


How to Hot Rod Your Fender Amp: Modifying your Amplifier for Magical Tone

by Jeffrey Falla & Aurora Johnson

This guidebook shows owners and dreamers the basics of getting the best sound possible out of their Fender amp with simple and advanced modifications. These include essential and fundamental tips like selecting...


Just Add Music : Top 50 Plus 5

by David J. McMullen

Synopsis:

Everyone loves a song! But what is a song?

To pare it back to basics, a song is a three- to five-minute story usually set to music. It generally consists of three or more verses tied together by...


Learn Calligraphy: The Complete Book of Lettering and Design

by Margaret Shepherd

In an age of myriad computer fonts and instant communication, your handwriting style is increasingly a very personal creation. In this book, Margaret Shepherd, America's premier calligrapher, shows you that...


The Counselor (Movie Tie-in Edition): A Screenplay

by Cormac Mccarthy

On the eve of becoming a married man, the Counselor makes a risky entrée into the drug trade—and gambles that the consequences won’t catch up to him.

 

Along the gritty terrain of the Texas–Mexico border,...


New York: The Movie Lover's Guide: The Ultimate Insider Tour of Movie New York

by Richard Alleman

The classic guide to who-did-what-where in New York, on- and off-screen, including:

Classic film and TV locations: Marilyn Monroe’s infamous Seven Year Itch subway grating . . . the deli where Meg Ryan famously...


Hollywood: The Movie Lover's Guide: The Ultimate Insider Tour of Movie L.A.

by Richard Alleman

The classic guide to who-did-what-where in Los Angeles, on- and off-screen, including:

Film & TV locations: the Hollywood Hills house where Barbara Stanwyck seduced Fred MacMurray in Double Indemnity...the funky...