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SEUSSICAL THE MUSICAL ERHS 2011 By Director & Musical Director Rob Stow, Choreographer & Assistant Director Blair Grammer, Producer Annie Goodman
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Seussical photo album from the Elk Rapids High School production 2011.
The Suitest Band Director By Reisa Kangas
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This is a collaboration of memories, analogies, and jokes shared with the Music department at Northwestern College during Monte Mumford's direction of the Band.
Guitar Lessons In Romford By Music Hands
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Musicland was formed in 1989 by its current directors Ray Spillman and Brian Reeve with the view to offer potential customers great products with personal and professional service. Their speciality... More > was always to offer great part exchange values wherever possible which enabled customers to get newer or more expensive instruments with the minimum of fuss. Musicland became known as the "part exchange specialist". Customers have traded in Yamaha Roland Clavinova Technics Lowrey Orla Casio Bechstein Korg Fender Vox Gibson Takamine Martin Tanglewood and many more over the years.< Less
Profiles Magazine By Diana Samet, Art Director, Patrticia Bozic, Editorial Director
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PROFILES People/Places is a collaborative project that took place during the Spring semester 2008 at Loyola College in Maryland. Patricia Bozic's Magazine Writing class wrote profiles about people or... More > places and gave the articles to six designers in Diana Samet's Advanced Graphics class to compile into a magazine. Profiles is the result of this collaboration. Inside you'll find stories about everything from hip-hop to the Scottish Highlands. Read on!< Less
The effect of music on children By Randall Martin
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The life of a band director
Please Stop the Music By Jim Fallon
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Kevin McCormick's problems with music are about to approach a whole new level. Having developed an aversion toward music since high school, he has gone to extremes to achieve a lifestyle that is as... More > devoid of song as possible. His world unravels when he becomes afflicted with Musica Chorea: an extremely rare dancing disease that he shares with only two other people in the entire world. Once infected, his body dances—spontaneously, unpredictably, uncontrollably—whenever he hears music. It threatens to destroy his sanity as well as his career as a funeral director. Worst of all, no one can seem to find a cure....< Less
Catholic Church Music By Richard R. Terry
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by Richard R. Terry The CMAA is pleased to present the 100th anniversary edition of Catholic Church Music. The author Richard R. Terry was the great English choirmaster, director of music at... More > Westminster Cathedral, and polyphony scholar of the late 19th century. This is his primer on Catholic church music. It covers rubrics, makes a case for the old styles, explains what is wrong with contemporary music (in 1907!), provides a model for forming and training a choir, details the use of the organ, and provides fascinating historical detail to what happened to polyphony during the reign of Elizabeth. Scott Turkington considers this book to be the single most important short work on Catholic choral music. The pace is quick and the book is remarkably entertaining. This is an invaluable work from a world-class, world-historic genius in the Catholic tradition. This softcover book is 218 pages.< Less
Music and Image in Concert By Meghan Stevens
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In 'Music and Image in Concert' composer, graphic designer and writer Meghan Stevens explores the implications to music when images are presented in music concerts. But how do artistic directors... More > ensure that listeners aren’t more engaged by the images than the music? Stevens presents a number of concepts that aim to maintain musical salience over added image in the instrumental music concert. This is to avoid the situation that occurs in film where the music is backgrounded and often not heard or not remembered. These concepts cover a range of music-image characteristics including narrative, synchronisation, rhythm, tempo, meaning, emotion, structure, genre, integration, interpretation, voice and text. As there is little research in this new field, these original concepts draw on a number of other disciplines including film, music-video, multimedia, cognitive psychology, psychomusicology, education and music philosophy. This book provides a practical approach for adding image to the music concert.< Less
Movies and Music: A Clinician's Guide to the Classic Movie Musical and Group Activity By Lori K. Yauch, M.A., CCC-SLP
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Movies and Music is an innovative activity designed by a Speech Pathologist for Speech Pathologists and Activity Directors and their staffs. Turn watching a movie into a great interactive event that... More > will have your clients laughing,talking, reminiscing, and dancing in their seats. The interaction fosters increased communication, use of language, conversation and long term memory with little to no prep time for the busy clinician.< Less
Jerry Goldsmith - Music Scoring for American Movies By Mauricio Dupuis
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This essay represents the first organic study about Jerry Goldsmith (1929-2004), an emblematic American film composer from the second half of 20th century. His personality is examined within the... More > cinematic production system in which he operated for about fifty years, collaborating with directors like John Huston, John Frankenheimer, Franklin J.Schaffner, Roman Polanski, Joe Dante, Richard Donner, Paul Verhoeven and many others. He won the Academy Award in 1976 for “The Omen”.< Less