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Author(s): Kara Cross
To understand the dance is to understand the human heart. Dance is one mode of expression that not only transcends any minor biological differences, it simultaneously paints a picture of cultural diversity and cultural unity. Modern cultures may dance to electronic music and record it on technology that amazes even the most techno-savvy mind, but the human heart and the motivation for the dance has not changed.
Author(s): Kara Cross
To understand the dance is to understand the human heart.
Dance is one mode of expression that not only transcends any minor biological
differences, it simultaneously paints a picture of cultural diversity and
cultural unity. Dance is ancient, existing for more than 20,000 years, and is
considered the first art.
Dancing From the
Author(s): Jocelyn Motter
Editing: The Art of Digital Storytelling is a short, picture filled book about how to use the AVID software, step by step.
Editing: The Art of Digital Storytelling won’t teach students how to edit for editing is storytelling and that takes years of practice. But this book will help students tame the beast that is AVID, and in doing so, help them to understand the technical side of editing.
Author(s): Angela Bustamante
Film Gastronomy plus drones (2016), combines the old with the new. Each chapter is designed to introduce a new theme. Starting with two ways of looking and writing about film and continuing with basic film vocabulary, film techniques, brief histories of world film and American film, and most important it addresses the new digital era of filmmaking
Ecclesiastes said it well: “What has been will be again, what has been done will be done again; there is nothing new under the sun.” From Bakersfield to Beale Street traces the origins and evolution of American rock ‘n’ roll between 1940 and 1987 by examining the intersection of styles and regional influences. The blues, traditional country, and gospel music are the progenitors of rock ‘n’ roll; evolving forms are shaped by distinctive influences in the South, the East and West Coasts, and the Midwest.
Author(s): James D Siddons
Hymn Supplement for Music Appreciation and Music History provides musical examples from the tradition of Christian hymnody to illustrate topics typically found in college-level textbooks covering music appreciation, music history, and worship studies.
Each of the twenty-six hymns is represented by a facsimile from a hymnal of the day and age when that hymnic example was in practice. Thus the students are introduced to both the sound of a type of religious song, and the way it looked in print at that time.
Improvisation for Speech and Theater looks at three ways one may use improvisation. The first is in their life. The second and longest section is for the theater. This section gives step by step exercises leading up to doing a show. The third section address using improvisation for public speaking. This book contains much of the philosophy of famed improv. teacher Josephine Forsberg who is now deceased.
Section One The Life Performer covers
Listening and awareness
in the now
Applying it to your daily life