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Armida & Amadis & Roland: Three Opera Librettos

by Philippe Quinault & Frank J. Morlock Author

In these three librettos, Philippe Quinault turns from classical opera to medieval legends--Renaud and Armida, Amadis and Oriana, and Angelica and Roland--exploring the tensions between love and glory. As usual,...


The New Art of Photographing Nature: An Updated Guide to Composing Stunning Images of Animals, Nature, and Landscapes

by Martha Hill & Art Wolfe

A new spin on the classic guide to composing stunning images of nature and wildlife

 

What is the difference between a good picture and a great one? In this fully revised edition of the classic bestseller The...


Nikon D5200 Digital Field Guide

by J. Dennis Thomas

Everything you need to know in order to take amazing photos with your Nikon D5200

As one of Nikon's most advanced cameras offered in the entry-level line of dSLRs, the Nikon D5200 boasts a smarter system for...


Spiritual American Trash: Portraits from the Margins of Art and Faith

by Greg Bottoms

In Spiritual American Trash, Greg Bottoms goes beyond the examination of eight “outsider artists” and inhabits the spirit of their work and stories in engaging vignettes. From the janitor who created a holy...


Instant Filmmaker: Secrets, Tips, Tools, Truths, and A-Hah's

by Chris Nolan

A power-packed toolbox for both filmmaker rookies and veterans of ultra-crucial "how-to's" and shortcuts-to-success that blows the lid off uncertainty, weed-whacks through confusion, jacks-up inspiration, and...


The Dramaturgy of Senecan Tragedy

by Thomas Kohn

The first-century Roman tragedies of Seneca, like all ancient drama, do not contain the sort of external stage directions that we are accustomed to today; nevertheless, a careful reading of the plays reveals...


A History of the Trombone

by David M. Guion

This book, the first in the American Wind Band series, is a comprehensive account of the development of the trombone, from its initial form as a 14th-century Medieval trumpet to its alterations in the 15th century;...


A Research Guide to Film and Television Music in the United States

by H. Stephen Wright, Jeannie Gayle Pool & Leonard Maltin

This volume addresses the difficulties scholars encounter when conducting research on film and television music, providing a detailed taxonomy of film music primary sources and explaining how to find and interpret...


Sovereign Feminine: Music and Gender in Eighteenth-Century Germany

by Matthew Head

In the German states in the late eighteenth century, women flourished as musical performers and composers, their achievements measuring the progress of culture and society from barbarism to civilization. Female...


The Amazing Bud Powell: Black Genius, Jazz History, and the Challenge of Bebop

by Guthrie P., Jr. Ramsey

Bud Powell was not only one of the greatest bebop pianists of all time, he stands as one of the twentieth century's most dynamic and fiercely adventurous musical minds. His expansive musicianship, riveting performances,...


Selected Film Essays and Interviews

by Bruce Kawin & Howie Movshovitz

This engaging collection of Bruce F. Kawin’s most important film essays (1977–2011) is accompanied by his interviews with Lillian Gish (1978) and Howard Hawks (1976). The Hawks interview is particularly concerned...


Satyajit Ray on Cinema

by Satyajit Ray, Sandip Ray & Shyam Benegal

Satyajit Ray, one of the greatest auteurs of twentieth century cinema, was a Bengali motion-picture director, writer, and illustrator who set a new standard for Indian cinema with his Apu Trilogy: Pather Panchali...


A Glimpse at the Art of Japan

by James Jackson Jarves

First published in 1876, when many considered Japanese art a mere curiosity, A Glimpse at the Art of Japan presents Jarves remarkable examination of the problems of Japanese aesthetics, offering a penetrating...


Inro and Other Miniature Forms of Japanese Lacquer Art

by Melvin Jahss & Betty Jahss

"When Japan finally opened her doors to the outside world in the mid-19th century, there emerged one of the most skillful, exquisite, and remarkable art forms ever developed by any country: that of Japanese...


Japanese Prints: From Early Masters to the Modern

by James A. Michener

In James A. Michener the Japanese print has found its ideal commentator. Combining the finished literary style of an outstanding novelist with a mature knowledge of his subject, he is able to bring this great...


A Practical Art Therapy

by Susan Buchalter

A Practical Art Therapy is written in an easy-to-read format that is filled with practical creative experiences for therapists to use with individuals and groups. Chapters cover various media and methods, including...


Victorian Songhunters: The Recovery and Editing of English Vernacular Ballads and Folk Lyrics, 1820-1883

by E. David Gregory

Victorian Songhunters is a history of popular song collecting and ballad editing from 1820 to 1883. It is a comprehensive telling of the Victorian vernacular song revival leading up to the Eduardian folksong...


William Desmond Taylor: A Dossier

by Bruce Long

By reprinting over 400 items from contemporary newspapers, magazines, and trade journals, this book reveals Taylor's life in Hollywood-from his arrival as a minor actor in 1912 until his death in 1922 as one...


The Musical World of J.J. Johnson

by Joshua Berrett & Louis G., III Bourgois

Now in Paperback! J.J. Johnson, known as the spiritual father of modern trombone, has been a notable figure in the history of jazz. His career has embodied virtually every innovation and development in jazz...


Neil Jordan: Interviews

by Carole Zucker

These interviews cover the career to date of Neil Jordan (b. 1950), easily the most renowned filmmaker working in contemporary Irish cinema. Jordan began as a fiction writer, winning the distinguished Guardian...