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The Shoe-Horn Sonata

by J Misto

In 1945, Sheila and Bridie were freed from a Japanese prisoner-of-war camp. Now, after a half-century separation, the filming of a television documentary forces them to relive the past.


Sugar and His World

by Ana Jezerska

Meet Sugar, the Arabian Mau cat, who was found on the street in a cold October night. He was just two months old and very quiet. He didn't cry or follow people, but he was still very friendly with them. In this...


Life is Beautiful, But Not for Jews: Another View of the Film by Benigni

by Kobi Niv & Jonathan Beyrak Lev

With sharp, uncompromising logic and eye-opening insight, Niv analyzes the film and its script scene-by-scene to show why Life is Beautiful is very far from being the innocent, charming, and heartwarming film...


The Baroque Double Bass Violone

by Alfred Planyavsky & James Barket

The most exhaustive study of the double bass violone accessible to English-speaking musical enthusiasts. This book includes lists of terminology, the most comprehensive bibliography to date, and 48 illustrations...


Songs for Young Singers: An Annotated List for Developing Voices

by Arden J. Hopkin

Songs for Young Singers, a careful review of more than 2,000 songs printed in over 70 anthologies, has been written to address the needs of choir directors and voice teachers of junior high and high school age...


Shura Cherkassky: The Piano's Last Czar

by Elizabeth Carr

This biography documents the unique artistry and highly unusual life of the internationally acclaimed pianist Shura Cherkassky, who, at the time of his death in 1995, was universally recognized to be among the...


The New Voice Pedagogy

by Marilee David

The New Voice Pedagogy provides instruction and exercises for various aspects of singing based on the physiology of the voice and the concepts of voice therapy, laryngology, and voice science. This second edition...


Dies Irae: A Guide to Requiem Music

by Robert Chase & Jahja Ling

Traditional requiem texts, among them the anonymous medieval Latin poem Dies Irae ('Day of Wrath'), have inspired an untold number of composers in different ages and serving different religions, Western and...


Stay, Illusion!: The Hamlet Doctrine

by Simon Critchley & Jamieson Webster

The figure of Hamlet haunts our culture like the ghost haunts Shakespeare’s melancholy Dane. Arguably, no literary work is more familiar to us. Everyone knows at least six words from Hamlet, and most people...


Green Porno

by Isabella Rossellini

Deep down in the ocean, strange things happen, acts of love that are unfamiliar to the human eye: Anchovies mate in large orgies; shrimp strip down to get in the mood; starfish can do it two different ways;...


Standards of Practice in Construction Specifying

by Dennis G. Hall & Nina M. Giglio

Construction Specifications provide critical information necessary to convey the design intent of the Architect and the legally enforceable contract requirements.  Many factors must be considered by the Architect...


Nikon D7100 For Dummies

by Julie Adair King

A must-have, full-color guide to the Nikon D7100

The Nikon D7100 is an ideal camera for beginning photographers who may lack structured photography training but are still eager and determined to take great photos....


Shaping Jazz: Cities, Labels, and the Global Emergence of an Art Form

by Damon J. Phillips

There are over a million jazz recordings, but only a few hundred tunes have been recorded repeatedly. Why did a minority of songs become jazz standards? Why do some songs--and not others--get rerecorded by many...


Take it to the Bridge: Dundee's Rock and Pop History

by Lorraine Wilson

From the early days of pop when The Beatles shook the Caird Hall, to the current day when local heroes The View shake that same hall, Dundee has had a rich and passionate connection with music. This book takes...


The Allure of Chanel

by Paul Morand & Euan Cameron

Coco Chanel invited Paul Morand to visit her in St Moritz at the end of the Second World War when he was given the opportunity to write her memoirs; his notes of their conversations were put away in a drawer...


What Presence!: The Rock Photography of Harry Papadopoulos

by Kenneth McCluskey & Harry Papadopoulos

Harry Papadopoulos began his photographic career outside the Apollo in Glasgow, flogging photographs to gig-goers. He soon moved to London, and from 1979 to 1984 worked as a staff photographer for Sounds, for...


Altman and After: Multiple Narratives in Film

by Peter F. Parshall

In Altman & After: Multiple Narratives in Film, Peter Parshall carefully examines films that feature various plotlines. In each chapter, Parshall looks at a different example of the multi-plot form, such as...


Jerome Moross's the Big Country: A Film Score Guide

by Mariana Whitmer

Produced in 1958, The Big Country featured an all-star cast that included Gregory Peck, Charlton Heston, and Oscar-winner Burl Ives. One of the most enduring elements of the film has been Jerome Moross’s score....


Leonard Bernstein's On the Waterfront: A Film Score Guide

by Anthony Bushard

Released in 1954, On the Waterfront’s Oscar-nominated score represented a rare venture into film music composition by Leonard Bernstein, one of the towering figures of classical music in the 20th century....


The Collected Drama of H. L. Mencken: Plays and Criticism

by S. T. Joshi

In The Collected Drama of H. L. Mencken: Plays and Criticism, S. T. Joshi has assembled for the first time Mencken’s dramatic works, comprising six one-act plays and the lengthy three-act play Heliogabalus....