This book is about Lady Gaga's dynamic creativity in the music world, her influences, her crossover success, and her place in the modernist movement in the arts.
This unique book brings together George Bernard Shaw's witty and iconoclastic take on Wagner's masterwork, The Ring of the Nibelungen, with the composer's own essay on the role of art in revolution.
This book is a study of the decline and fall of a powerful man and his family. The TV series Empire embodies themes similar to those in King Lear, with some extra creative material, which makes it a hip-hop version of King Lear. When you hear King Lear and watch the show Empire, you will be impressed with its Shakespearean connection.
Music education is a vital part of a child's total education. It awakens a child's creative skills and builds self esteem that will last a lifetime. Music educations teaches children critical thinking, private initiative, research skills, cross cultural studies, discipline, self management and cooperation, skills that are needed in daily life and in the business world. Music education transforms children into adults with strong self esteem and survival skills.
This essay is a casual discussion about New York-based folk singer Wendy Sayvetz, who promotes subway entertainment in the New York City subway system, under the banner Music Under New York (MUNY). For many years Wendy Sayvetz has been committed to making subway entertainment a respectable activity. Wendy Sazvetz has performed across the country as well as at the White House. She and her husband, Andrew Schulman, a guitartis, run their music company, Abaca Productions.
This book is about how we can all use writing in our daily life to grow intellectually, creatively and emotionally to enhance our self-esteem. Through writing we can connect to the whole global arts community and gain a better understanding of the world's diverse cultural community.
This is an essay about the role of the teacher in our society, and the partnership between parent, child and teacher that forms the foundation of our education system. I also discuss the nature and meaning of education, some important people involved in the education system, the nature and need for education reform, and education and computers.
Before Fire Island was a destination for New Yorkers and vacationers, it was so isolated that Captain Kidd the pirate considered it an excellent place to hide treasure - and some say, bodies. Several shipwrecks occurred on the island, creating even more legends of treasure and, of course, the ghosts that protected those treasures. Narrator Scott Nilsen makes these ghost stories and tales of the old Fire Island come alive.