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Author(s): Thomas E Larson
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The world is hungry for original music content.
Film Scoring in the Digital Age discusses the art of writing music that is written for and synced to fixed media. Specifically, it includes music written for dramatic films, documentaries, industrial sales films, video advertising, radio ads, games, podcasts, modern dance, and more….
Author(s): Teresa Cotner, Masami Toku
Art, Teaching and Learning provides future teachers of art and other art professionals a breadth and depth of history, context, theory, and practical applications for teaching art in the 21st century. This guide offers a global to regional perspectives on key concepts, terminology and practices with attention to cultural, cognitive, and theoretical diversity and pluralism.
Author(s): Michael K Jenson
Introduction to Architecture in an Age of Uncertainty explores the agency of architects and architecture’s role in an era heavily influenced by rapid globalization, technological advancement, ethical uncertainty, and environmental crisis. Contrary to the conventional paradigm of an architectural introductory text, this book does not rely on a historical survey focusing on individual iconic buildings to introduce the value and meaning of architecture, nor is it heavily focused on a conventional view of studio design pedagogy or visualization in
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): John Chiego, Joel S. Schnackel
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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.