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A Workbook for Movement Back to the Body By Christine Zwicky
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This workbook has 15 experientials focused on using body based therapy and creative arts. The material is applicable and research based but user friendly. the workbook is designed for anyone who... More > wants more connection to self, individuals working through personal challenges, and professionals as a guide to use in any capacity where individuals or groups are focused on connecting body and mind. The experientials provide easy to use instructions including a list of materials. Individuals will gain an increased connection to self and relationship to others.< Less
Symphony in Six Movements By Sy Brandon
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Symphony in Six Movements is a collection of sixty poems covering approximately fifty years of Sy Brandon’s life. The poems are divided into six movements; Nature, Youth, Self-awareness,... More > Creativity, Viewpoints, and Love, where the ideas develop similar to the development of themes in a symphony. This collection includes over twenty-five photographs taken by Brandon, that reflect upon the meaning of the poems.< Less
Just A Part of The Movement By Hannah Hergenrather
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This is a collection of poems, short stories and journal entries. Most of what's in this book is about nature, love, politics and life, there is at least one thing for everyone. Some pages may seem... More > to have a very liberal and flower child tone, others seem to be quite reserved. This book was put together through a creative writing class where thoughts become nonlinear and nonsensical. Hope you enjoy!< Less
Principles of Healing Through Movement By Bernadette Sanders
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Learn the principles of Healing Through Movement and how it can help to improve your life. Healing Through Movement is a creative approach to therapeutic based movement for those with cancer, chronic... More > illnesses or those looking for an alternative approach to wellness. By using the Healing Through Movement approach one is able to help improve the quality of life. With a combination of movement and energy therapy one is also able to regain range of motion, reduce swelling associate with Lymphedema, in addition to creating a sense of ease of discomfort, relief of pain and improvement of one’s total condition of his or her person.< Less
THE GOLD ALBUM of Movements and Artists By ROBERT LEVI
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International Association of Independent Art Critics THE BEST MOVEMENTS AND ARTISTS THE GOLD ALBUM The Gold Album of Art Movements and Artists, was born by way of a commission of international art... More > historians, whose motivation was to highlight not only the most important modern and contemporary art movements, but principally in order to highlight the artists who best represent these movements. This assessment takes into account above all, the particular artist's validity according to the true deontology of Art, to preserve the cultural values: aesthetical, poetical, creative, innovative and human, without which the art would cease to exist.< Less
Rhythm, Movement Through Time By Nikos Touliatos
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The book you hold in your hands is not just exercises. I would like it to be food for thought, a motivation for communication, for life. The exercises develop and help in overall understanding and... More > expression in everyday life. I do not want to promote specialization but communication. If the exercises help you to converse with the other on stage, then this may help you understand the reason of all those things constituting our everyday lives. The exercises are just the vocabulary. The creative use of this vocabulary comes through in living. To live is to act, to be a doer. You taste reality to its bone marrow, you understand it, you interpret it and with the aid of this vocabulary you can express it . Wishing you an interesting development.< Less
Rhythm, movement through time By Nikos Touliatos
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The book you hold in your hands is not just exercises. I would like it to be food for thought, a motivation for communication, for life. The exercises develop and help in overall understanding and... More > expression in everyday life. I do not want to promote specialization but communication. If the exercises help you to converse with the other on stage, then this may help you understand the reason of all those things constituting our everyday lives. The exercises are just the vocabulary. The creative use of this vocabulary comes through in living. To live is to act, to be a doer. You taste reality to its bone marrow, you understand it, you interpret it and with the aid of this vocabulary you can express it . Wishing you an interesting development.< Less
Issue 5: Movement By Special Projects
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In Issue 5 of Special Projects, OCC Royal Oak students have selected the theme of Movement to work on for the semester. Movement is revealed–or concealed–with time. Photography captures... More > time. As John Szarkowski wrote, “a discreet parcel of time.” Of all the themes elected so far, this one seems to have the most natural inclination towards photographic technology. However, the most obvious interpretations aren’t always the best or most interesting. Students are always strongly encouraged to interpret the theme with their concept as creatively as possible, so long as they are able to intelligently discuss their interpretation. The following interpretations of movement explore techniques and/or concepts such as painting with light, the constant motion of children, movement associated with music, and even the absence of movement.< Less
Issue 5: Movement By Special Projects
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In Issue 5 of Special Projects, OCC Royal Oak students have selected the theme of Movement to work on for the semester. Movement is revealed–or concealed–with time. Photography captures... More > time. As John Szarkowski wrote, “a discreet parcel of time.” Of all the themes elected so far, this one seems to have the most natural inclination towards photographic technology. However, the most obvious interpretations aren’t always the best or most interesting. Students are always strongly encouraged to interpret the theme with their concept as creatively as possible, so long as they are able to intelligently discuss their interpretation. The following interpretations of movement explore techniques and/or concepts such as painting with light, the constant motion of children, movement associated with music, and even the absence of movement.< Less
Three Movements for Clarinet and Piano By Istvan B'Racz
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Contains Full Transposed and untransposed scores (and parts) for Clarinet in B-flat and Piano, as well as parts for C-instruments. The main constraints in writing this work were hand size for the... More > pianist, and technical abilities (high notes, speed, rapid tonguing, etc) for the Clarinet player, a language not too far out for a younger musician- yet had an intensity that they could grab onto. The three movements share genetic melodic material, and utilized various pitch limitation games in the creative process. The listener might identify some common gestures, and trans-sectional development. The Clarinet lines are rather long, and may be rather challenging for a younger musician, therefore, it is important to breathe at the ends of phrases in a way that is musical. The Clarinet is the star, and the piano is a powerhouse of sonic reinforcement. The influences are a mish- mash of Bartok, Ligeti, Prokofiev, Messiaen, Debussy, some minimalism, and some slightly French lounge music!< Less