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A $7 billion industry, per the Recording Industry Association of America, music is everywhere. People consume music in a variety of ways: from CDs, to streaming, to live concerts, with everyone consuming music in some way or another.
Author(s): William Rod Foster
Contemporary Film History covers the invention of television in the 1950's through the recent Avatar movie, and is essential to any introductory course in American film-making. Written in an easy-to-read, conversational tone, this book will capture and maintain students' attention with the following features:
Author(s): Sarah Sandvig
The Music Theory for Singers Series is geared specifically for voice students and singers. The series helps students understand the fundamentals of theory related to voice, apply it to the varied repertoire they learn throughout the year and become not only better singers, but also educated musicians.
Music Theory for Singers Level 1 includes:
Author(s): Judith Pender
Primarily targeting students who are working in Realism, Acting: What To Do provides a basis for work in all genres and styles in acting. This text provides material on both serious drama and comedy, and all the sub genres of Realism of the late nineteenth and twenty-first centuries.
Acting: What To Do:
Author(s): Allen Webber
The History of Music begins with a coverage of the elements of music, including musical instruments and the singing voice. It then continues with a chronological coverage of musical style, important genres, composers, performers, and forms. This chronological survey begins with selected Biblical references to music and the music of Greek Antiquity, progressing through the Middle Ages, Renaissance, Baroque, Classical, Romantic, and 20th century’s musical styles, including jazz, film composers, and a brief reference to the minimalist composers.