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Nagauta: The Heart of Kabuki Music

by William P. Malm

The Kabuki theater of Japan has achieved a growing reputation as one of the world's most brilliant achievements in the field of theater. And the number of studies made on the subject in the West has been considerable....


Transcending Boundaries: My Dancing Life

by Donald McKayle

First Published in 2000. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


The Voice of the Blues: Classic Interviews from Living Blues Magazine

by Jim O'Neal & Amy van Singel

The Voice of the Blues brings together interviews with many pioneering blues men including Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, Little Walter, Jimmy Reed, B.B. King, and many others.


Sam Shepard V8 PT 3

by Johan Callens

These issues consist of the edited Proceedings of the Shepard conference, organized by the Belgian-Luxembourg American Studies Association and the Free University of Brussels (VUB), which took place in Brussels,...


Chopin's Prophet: The Life of Pianist Vladimir de Pachmann

by Edward Blickstein & Gregor Benko

Vladimir de Pachmann was perhaps history’s most notorious pianist. Widely regarded as the greatest player of Chopin’s works, Pachmann embedded comedic elements—be it fiddling with his piano bench or flirting...


Cinematic Shakespeare

by Michael Anderegg

Cinematic Shakespeare takes the reader inside the making of a number of significant adaptations to illustrate how cinema transforms and re-imagines the dramatic form and style central to Shakespeare's imagination....


Art for Social Change and Cultural Awakening: An Anthropology of Residence in Taiwan

by Wei Hsiu Tung & Gerald Cipriani

Artistic residency has become widely adopted in Western countries while only recently having become popular and well-supported within Taiwan. This book explores the challenges that this form of art practice...


Historical Dictionary of Old Time Radio

by Jon D. Swartz & Robert C. Reinehr

The term Old Time Radio refers to the relatively brief period from 1926, when the National Broadcasting Company first began network broadcasting, until approximately 1960, when television became the dominant...


Anthropology of the Performing Arts: Artistry, Virtuosity, and Interpretation in Cross-Cultural Perspective

by Anya Peterson Royce

Anya Peterson Royce turns the anthropological gaze on the performing arts, attempting to find broad commonalities in performance, art, and artists across space, time, and culture. She asks general questions...


Mad Tales from Bollywood: Portrayal of Mental Illness in Conventional Hindi Cinema

by Dinesh Bhugra

This is the first book to investigate how mental illness is portrayed in Hindi cinema.  It examines attitudes towards mental illness in Indian culture, how they are reflected in Hindi films, and how culture...


Death at the Movies: Hollywood's Guide to the Hereafter

by Tom and Lyn Genelli

It’s a Wonderful Life (1946), Resurrection (1980), Poltergeist (1982), Beetlejuice (1988), Ghost (1990), Groundhog Day (1993), The Sixth Sense (1999) — these are only a few of the influential movies in recent...


Spiritual Alchemy

by Omraam Mikhaël Aïvanhov

True Alchemy does not consist in the spectacular transmutation of base metals into gold, but in the spiritual transmutation of man’s own matter.

Grains of sand are transformed into pearls; summer sees twisted,...


The Bluffer's Guide to Rock Music

by Eamonn Forde

From 'Rock and Roll' to 'Post-Britpop', and from 'Lo-fi' to 'Led Zeppelin', The Bluffer's Guide to Rock Music contains everything you need to know to pass yourself off as a serious music enthusiast.


Strapless

by Deborah Davis

The subject of John Singer Sargent's most famous painting was twenty-three-year-old New Orleans Creole Virginie Gautreau, who moved to Paris and quickly became the "it girl" of her day. A relative unknown at...


Adaptations of Laurence Sterne's Fiction: Sterneana, 1760-1840

by Mary-Céline Newbould

Exploring how readers received and responded to literary works in the long eighteenth century, Newbould focuses on the role played by Laurence Sterne's fiction and its adaptations. Placing her examination of...


Music, Modernity and Locality in Prewar Japan: Osaka and Beyond

by Hugh de Ferranti & Alison Tokita

This anthology addresses the modern musical culture of interwar Osaka and its surrounding Hanshin region. It is the first to draw together research on the interwar musical culture of the Osaka region and addresses...


Music and Academia in Victorian Britain

by Rosemary Golding

Until the nineteenth century, music occupied a marginal place in British universities. It was not until a benefaction initiated the creation of a professorship of music at the University of Edinburgh, in the...


John Lowin and the English Theatre, 1603-1647: Acting and Cultural Politics on the Jacobean and Caroline Stage

by Barbara Wooding

In the first full-length study devoted to John Lowin, Wooding provides a comprehensive overview of the life and times of one of the greatest actors of seventeenth-century England. She examines his involvement...


Michael Jackson and the Blackface Mask

by Harriet J. Manning

Harriet Manning argues that the nineteenth-century blackface minstrelsy's legacy is nowhere more evident than with Michael Jackson, in whom minstrelsy's gestures and tropes are embedded. The author further contends...


Time Matter(s): Invention and Re-Imagination in Built Conservation: The Unfinished Drawing and Building of St. Peter's, the Vatican

by Federica Goffi

This book fills in a blind spot in current architectural theory and practice, looking into a notion of conservation as a form of invention and imagination, offering the reader a counter-viewpoint to a predominant...