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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): John Chiego
The Musical Experience is a seamlessly integrated enhanced learning package that features a thematic approach to music appreciation - each theme is described along a historical timeline.
Whether it is Music to Celebrate, Music from the Stage, or Music for Mourning, the reader will associate the music presented in The Musical Experience with a life moment - enhancing the experience!
Author(s): Andrea Ciaston
Drawing as Process presents an arc of drawing experiences that includes a progression from strategies that result in Classical realism to Expressionistic techniques in the manner of Rembrandt, Vincent van Gogh, and the Surrealists. This coursework concludes with a self-directed series of drawings-multiple drawings on one theme-that forms a cohesive visual expression. Drawing as Process explores the creative process of drawing as a form of personal expression as well as a thought modality.
Author(s): Jeffrey Izzo
Rather than be the last word in copyright law scholarship or a two-ton casebook meant for an upper level law school class, my goal in writing this is to provide a quick, readable, and comprehensible guide to the key copyright areas that affect the 21st century composer, performer, and recording artist.
Author(s): Nicole Phaneuf
Knowing the self is crucial in any performance.
The ideas the author wrote about in The Art of Performing are not fact or fiction. Compiled are thoughts that can help and enhance performance of any kind, concentrating on awareness of self. It goes through how to prepare (including what, who, where when, why and how), the process and the practice of art performance. The chapters should be used as a tool would to know oneself or a character a little more.
Author(s): David Howell
Ladies and gentlemen, by way of introduction, this is a book about art, about creativity, about beauty. It is a beginner’s guide to the many methods, movements, and mutations of the visual arts. It is composed of 19 chapters, each featuring a different artistic theme. Many of these chapters will focus on a particular art element, or principle of design, including many historical exemplars. A few chapters will focus on a particular historic epoch, including several prehistoric, ancient, and classical cultures.