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The Romantic Spirit

Author : Nancy Bachus
ISBN : 0882848615
Genre : Music
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Repertoire by both well-known and lesser-known composers from the Romantic period are included in these performance editions, with commentary relating to the composers' lives and social changes in the era. Students are given an overall view of the period through an integrated arts approach. Book 1 includes music for the early intermediate to intermediate student.

The American Music Teacher

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ISBN : UOM:39015040226196
Genre : Music
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Pathways To Artistry Repertoire Book 1

Author : Catherine Rollin
ISBN : 1457419165
Genre : Music
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After acquiring the basic reading skills, students are ready to begin this innovative series designed to emphasize artistry in the early stages of piano study. The series introduces basic technical skills and expands the student's knowledge of style, form and artistic ideas. The Repertoire Book provides newly composed music which reviews the techniques being taught, and bridges the gap between early levels of method books and intermediate masterwork repertoire.

Pathways To Artistry Repertoire Book 3

Author : Catherine Rollin
ISBN : 1457419181
Genre : Music
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After acquiring the basic reading skills, students are ready to begin this innovative series designed to emphasize artistry in the early stages of piano study. The series introduces basic technical skills and expands the student's knowledge of style, form and artistic ideas. The Repertoire Book provides newly composed music which reviews the techniques being taught, and bridges the gap between early levels of method books and intermediate masterwork repertoire.

The Rise And Fall Of The Femme Fatale In British Literature 1790 1910

Author : Heather Braun
ISBN : 9781611475623
Genre : History
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The Rise and Fall of the Femme Fatale in British Literature, 1790–1910 explores the femme fatale's career in nineteenth-century British literature. It traces her evolution—and devolution—formally, historically, and ideologically through a selection of plays, poems, novels, and personal correspondence. Considering well-known fatal women alongside more obscure ones, The Rise and Fall of the Femme Fatale sheds new light on emerging notions of gender, sexuality, and power throughout the long nineteenth century. By placing the fatal woman in a still developing literary and cultural narrative, this study examines how the femme fatale adapts over time, reflecting popular tastes and socio-economic landscapes.

The Biedermeier And Beyond

Author : Ian Frank Roe
ISBN : STANFORD:36105023439156
Genre : History
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This volume brings together fifteen essays by scholars which were first presented at a conference held in Oxford in September 1997 to mark the bicentenary of Schubert's birth. This collection of essays examines a variety of aspects of cultural and social life in Austria in the first half of the nineteenth century but also explores the perpetuating of myths and stereotypes derived from those years and the ways in which the Biedermeier period continued to influence later generations, not least in their repeated attempts to create an image of "the good old days" based on the age of Schubert before the chaos of the 1848 revolution and the construction of the RingstraBe. Major figures from literature and culture are well represented (Grillparzer, Nestroy, Stifter, Bauernfeld) but an important focus of the volume is on lesser known writers who were responsible for the creation of the Biedermeier myth: Frankl, Bartsch, Lux and others. A further group of essays is concerned with general topics such asAustrian identity, the existence of a specifically Austrian strand of philosophy, and changing attitudes towards nature.

The Publishers Trade List Annual

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105124489738
Genre : American literature
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Women Building Chicago 1790 1990

Author : Rima Lunin Schultz
ISBN : UVA:X004523775
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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"Woman have been in the forefront of social reform, education, the arts, and the sciences in America's Second City. Crusading journalist Ida B. Wells-Barnett, social reformer Jane Addams, blues pianist Lovie Austin, arts maven Bertha Palmer, geographer Zonia Baber, Latina organizer Maria Martinez, and labor organizer Elisabeth Christman are but a few of the hundreds of women whose inspiring lives are documented in Women Building Chicago 1790-1990. The result of ten years of research and writing, this pathbreaking reference book includes individual biographies, ranging from 2,000 to 5,000 words, of more than 400 women who lived in Chicago, the great metropolis of the Midwest, from 1790-1990. The majority of the biographies represent new research and are being published for the first time. They expand our understanding of the diverse ways in which women had a role in community life, the professions, and the arts from the earliest period of settlement for which we have records of women in the Chicago area. Taken as a whole, the biographies delineate the struggle for women's rights in this part of the United States and reveal the participation of women in social policy decision-making and political life long before the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

From Caspar David Friedrich To Gerhard Richter

Author : Ulrich Bischoff
ISBN : 0892368632
Genre : Architecture
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"From Caspar David Friedrich to Gerhard Richter brings together a select group of paintings from the Galerie Neue Meister in Dresden--one of the most significant collections of German art from 1800 to the present--and new work from the renowned contemporary artist Gerhard Richter."--From p. [4] of cover.

Annual Bibliography Of Modern Art

Author : Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.). Library
ISBN : UOM:39015036236647
Genre : Art, Modern
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