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Songs of Freedom: The James Connolly Songbook

by James Connolly, Mat Callahan & James Connolly Heron

Originally published in 1907, Songs of Freedom was edited by Irish republican and socialist leader James Connolly and is at once a collection of stirring revolutionary songs and a vital historical document....


Black Lenses, Black Voices: African American Film Now

by Mark A. Reid

Black Lenses, Black Voices is a provocative look at films directed and written-and sometimes produced-by African Americans, as well as black-oriented films whose directors and or screenwriters are not black....


Musical Instruments of the Bible

by Jeremy Montagu

This book uses all the resources available to establish what each instrument in the bible really was, what it looked like, and how it was played and is arranged in the same order as the King James Bible, with...


Yogaku: Japanese Music in the 20th Century

by Luciana Galliano & Martin Mayes

Yogaku discusses over a century of musical activity in Japan, detailing, in particular, the music that was inspired by Western music after the Meiji Restoration in the 19th century, and its development through...


Best Music Writing 2010

by Ann Powers & Daphne Carr

The eleventh book in the acclaimed series celebrating the best writing on every style of music, from rock to hip-hop, R&B to jazz, pop to blues, and more


Contemporary Indigenous Plays

by Wesley Enoch

Black Medea is Wesley Enoch's richly poetic adaptation of Euripides' Medea. Blending the cultures of Ancient Greek and Indigenous storytelling, Enoch weaves a commentary on contemporary Aboriginal experience....


Images: My Life in Film

by Ingmar Bergman, Marianne Ruuth & Woody Allen

Ingmar Bergman’s career spanned forty years as he produced more than fifty films, many of which are considered classics. When he began this book, Bergman had not seen most of his movies since he made them....


Managing Artists in Pop Music: What Every Artist and Manager Must Know to Succeed

by Mitch Weiss & Perri Gaffney

Music managers and artists will learn the secrets of successful management with scenarios from a manager’s work life along with the legal and business skills to master them. Through stories of real-life famous...


The Wartime Broadcasts of Francis Stuart 1942-1944

by Brendan Barrington

It has taken Brendan Barrington's superbly scholarly edition of Stuart's broadcasts to show us how such crucial moral and cultural debates ought to be conducted: calmly, rigorously and on the basis of real evidence....


Audrey Hepburn: A Charmed Life

by Robyn Karney

With 177 superb photographs, Audrey Hepburn is a sumptuous celebration of Hepburn as a beloved fashion icon and actress. Karney tells the story of Hepburn’s life, from her childhood in Nazi-occupied Holland,...


Cary Grant: Dark Angel

by Geoffrey Wansell

His signature jaw line and charismatic characters made him an American symbol. His films, including Bringing Up Baby, The Philadelphia Story, and North by Northwest, were timeless classics. However, Grant was...


The Irish Art of Controversy

by Lucy McDiarmid

The Irish Art of Controversy is what serious scholarship should be: meticulously informed, lucid, original. I enjoyed every page.' - Samuel Hynes, Princeton University North American customers should order from...


Tanglewood II: Summoning the Future of Music Education

by Anthony Palmer & Andre de Quadros

The culmination of a series of events held over two years by leading music educators in an homage to the famous Tanglewood symposium of 1967, this study prods the profession to examine what the future of music...


Hymnal Companion to Sound the Bamboo: Asian Hymns in Their Cultural and Liturgical Contexts

by I-to Loh

A new, highly authoritative reference for all things related to Asian Christian hymnody, this tome examines the hymns of Sound the Bamboo in their historical, cultural, and spiritual contexts of 22 countries....


Contemporary Art in the Light of History

by Erwin Rosenthal, Deborah Rosenthal & Lance Esplund

Erwin Rosenthal’s Contemporary Art in the Light of History, originally published in 1971, is a small masterpiece of writing on the art of the twentieth century. A scholar of medieval art by training and a...


Chaplin: A Life

by Stephen Weissman

“Chaplin is arguably the single most important artist produced by the cinema,” wrote film critic Andrew Sarris. Born in London in 1889, Charlie Chaplin grew up in dire poverty. Severe alcoholism cut short...


Makers of Modern Architecture, Volume II: From Le Corbusier to Rem Koolhaas

by Martin Filler

In the first volume of Makers of Modern Architecture (2007), Martin Filler examined the emergence of that revolutionary new form of building and explored its aesthetic, social, and spiritual aspirations through...


The Photographer's Assistant

by John Kieffer

This one-of-a-kind resource introduces aspiring photographers to the art and skill of assisting top-notch pros-an incomparable way to learn the field and launch one's own promising career in photography. Revised...


So You Want To Be A Playwright?

by Tim Fountain

How to write a play and get it produced - a manual for playwrights.

Playwright and former literary manager Tim Fountain guides the budding playwright over the many hurdles involved in getting a play on - from...


So You Want To Be A TV Presenter?

by Kathryn Wolfe & Chris Tarrant

A practical, vocational guide to starting a career on TV as a presenter.

The demand for presenters in the television industry has never been higher. But, although it’s seen as a glamorous job and a step to...