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Automatic Vaudeville By Michael Smith
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Rich text in which dream and reality overlap to create hauntingly suggestive images and states of mind.
Automatic Vaudeville By Michael Smith
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Rich text in which dream and reality overlap to create hauntingly suggestive images and states of mind.
Oblique No. 7 Vaudeville of the Ghosts By Dana Carlile
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Solo piano music by Dana Carlile from his CD and sheet music collection The Ballet of Phantoms.
1900s Vaudeville Girls - Vintage Photo Portraits By 0dette Abbesse
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This digital scrapbook collection contains well over 100 vintage photos and picture postcard images of the stars of early music hall cabaret and variety shows, actresses and dancers, singers, chorus... More > girls, soubrettes and famous stars in wonderful stage costumes. Divas of the European and American theatre, including Elise de Vere, Gaby Delys and Liane de Vries... With mottled "parchment paper" background effect for an authentic vintage scrapbook look-and-feel. Also includes tasters from some of our other recent Performing Arts series titles! This collectible ebook edition is downloadable in PDF format.< Less
Synopsis of African-American Music From 1860 to Jazz and black Vaudeville By Maximillien De Lafayette
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2nd Edition. Synopsis of African-American Music From 1860 to Jazz and black Vaudeville. Part 2 of LECTURES ON THE BLACK SLAVES, AFRICAN AMERICAN MUSIC VERSUS THE EARLY WHITE MUSIC AND GOSPEL SONGS.... More > Published by Times Square Press. New York. Chants, Harp Singing, Hymns, Psalms, Spirituals, Railroad, Gospel, Sea Chanties, Ragtime, Cake-Walk, Blues, Jazz. From the very beginning: 1606 – 1776 to the present day. Chronological History of American Music and American Songs. The Afro Slaves and English Pilgrims Brought Music to America. The colonial era: From 1606 to 1776. Historical retrospective of the Afro-American gospel music in the late 19th century. The gospel music: Historical perspective. From the early 20th century to the Caravans. Black Entertainment, Shows, Music and Songs. Styles and genres. The years between 1895 and 1905. From 1985-2014: The era of worship music. Profile of some of the most noted pioneers.< Less
Histoire anecdotique de l'Ancien Theatre en France, Tome Premier Theatre-Francais, Opera, Opera-Comique, Theatre-Italien, Vaudeville, Theatres forains, etc... [French] By Albert Du Casse
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Pierre-Emmanuel-Albert, Baron du Casse (also Ducasse, 16 November... More > 1813 – 14 March 1893) was a French soldier and military historian born at Bourges on 16 November 1813. He is best known for being the first editor of the correspondence of Napoleon I. He often published as Albert Du Casse.In 1849 he became aide-de-camp to Prince Jérôme Bonaparte, ex-king of Westphalia, then governor of the Invalides, on whose commission he wrote Mémoires pour servir a l'histoire de la campagne de 1812 en Russie (1852). Subsequently he published Mémoires du roi Joseph (1853–1855), and, as a sequel, Histoire des négotiations diplomatiques relatives aux traits de Morfontaine, de Lunéville et d'Amiens, together with the unpublished correspondence of the emperor Napoleon I with Cardinal Fesch (1855–1856). Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pierre_Emmanuel_Albert,_Baron_Ducasse< Less
Morbid Croon: Volume Two By Andre Perkowski
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Furious fragments of the epic second novel in the Smedley Hoboken/Joe E. Crumb saga - endless transcripts, routines, deceptions, and prose concerns... plus screenplays like "The Vampire's... More > Tomb" based on Edward D. Wood Jr. material... top it all off with aborted ideas and nonsensical drafts for further films in the "Belly Full of Anger" world...< Less
Morbid Croon: Volume One By Andre Perkowski
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A large slab of text primarily containing a novel about Smedley Hoboken and Joe E. Crumb, legendary New Jersey entertainers. With notes and hundreds of pages of screenplays, some made, some not... ... More > Ed Wood's "DEVIL GIRLS" - "I WAS A TEENAGE BEATNIK AND/OR MONSTER FOR THE LITERAL UNDERGROUND!" - "A BELLY FULL OF ANGER" - "THE MAN WHO COULDN'T LOSE"< Less
Morbid Croon: Volume Two By Andre Perkowski
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Furious fragments of the epic second novel in the Smedley Hoboken/Joe E. Crumb saga - endless transcripts, routines, deceptions, and prose concerns... plus screenplays like "The Vampire's... More > Tomb" based on Edward D. Wood Jr. material... top it all off with aborted ideas and nonsensical drafts for further films in the "Belly Full of Anger" world...< Less
Morbid Croon: Volume One By Andre Perkowski
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A large slab of text primarily containing a novel about Smedley Hoboken and Joe E. Crumb, legendary New Jersey entertainers. With notes and hundreds of pages of screenplays, some made, some not... ... More > Ed Wood's "DEVIL GIRLS" - "I WAS A TEENAGE BEATNIK AND/OR MONSTER FOR THE LITERAL UNDERGROUND!" - "A BELLY FULL OF ANGER" - "THE MAN WHO COULDN'T LOSE"< Less