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Descript.
4 videodiscs (approximately 720 min.) : sound, color + 1 guidebook (v, 103 pages : color illustrations)
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DVD, region 1.
Note
Closed captioned for the hearing impaired.
Title from disc label.
"The Culinary Institute of America."
"Course no. 9338."
Performer
Lecturer: Chef Sean Kahlenberg, The Culinary Institute of America.
Note
Contains 24 lectures; each lecture is approximately 30 minutes.
The accompanying book lists the ingredients needed for each of the course's recipes and provides general tips on cooking the dishes. The portion yields and ingredient lists may vary from those used in the videos because of the videos' demonstrational nature--page iii.
Summary
"Learn how to prepare dozens of recipes with step-by-step instructions for meats, pasta, vegetables, seafood, and more with an experienced CIA and restaurant chef"--container.
Contents
Disc 1. Risotto and what to do with the leftovers -- Choosing the best method to cook vegetables -- An elegant corn soup with lobster -- Sautéed scallops with roasted cauliflower -- How to poach an octopus -- How to break down and roast a chicken -- Disc 2. Braising short ribs and making polenta -- Pork Milanese and the art of breading -- Grilled salmon : breaking down a round fish -- One-dish cookery : coq au vin -- Monkfish : from bycatch to haute cuisine -- How to make rack of lamb persillade -- Disc 3. Making your own pasta : potato gnocchi -- Making your own pasta : butternut agnolotti -- Cooking the perfect Thanksgiving turkey -- Seafood delight : how to make cioppino -- Finding your roots : maple-roasted celeriac -- How to make great paella -- Disc 4. Smoking pork with Mexican street corn -- Dover sole : breaking down a flat fish -- You too can make ratatouille -- Making roast beef and potato gratin -- Patience, pickles, and crispy fried chicken -- My big steak : executing a three-course meal.
Subject
Genre
Alt Author
Kahlenberg, Sean.
Culinary Institute of America,
Teaching Company,
ISBN/ISSN
1629977675
09781629977676
Call #
GC DVD HOW
Descript.
6 videodiscs (approximately 1080 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 course workbook (iv, 181 pages : illustrations, music ; 28 cm)
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Contains 36 lectures; each lecture is approximately 30 minutes.
"Course No. 7794."
Performer
Lecturer: Professor Pamela D. Pike, Louisana State University.
Note
Closed-captioned.
Contents
Disc 1. Basic piano rhythm and fingering -- Pitch and off-staff notation -- Tonic and dominant harmony -- Intervals and basic notation -- Major chords and simple accompaniment -- Fourths, accidentals, and relaxation -- Disc 2. Primary chords -- Transposition at the piano -- Chord inversions -- Chord progressions and arpeggios -- Accompaniment patterns and sight-reading -- Harmonization and damper pedal -- Disc 3. Minor finger patterns and chords -- Articulation : legato and staccato -- One-octave major scales and major intervals -- Dotted rhythms and isolated repetition -- Secondary chords and more dotted rhythms -- Sixteenth notes and more secondary chords --
Disc 4. Compound meter and technique -- Parallel major and minor keys -- Three forms of the minor scale and syncopation -- Artistic expression and more minor keys -- The classical period and fortepianos -- Seventh chords and sonata form -- Disc 5. Sight-reading and technique -- The romantic period and seventh-chord arpeggios -- Extended arpeggios and pianist as artist -- More romantic repertoire -- Sonata form revisited -- The baroque era and harpsichords -- Disc 6. Baroque repertoire -- Deliberate practice and learning music -- The 20th century and modern music -- Chorale-style repertoire -- Impressionism and the una corda pedal -- Triplets and continuing piano study.
Summary
The piano is one of the most gratifying instruments to play, and an excellent introduction to the theory and practice of music. From folk melodies and holiday tunes to challenging classical forms or jazzy improvisation, the piano is also one of the most versatile instruments, allowing both melodic lead and harmonic accompaniment. Yet, too many people who want to play don't know where to begin-or believe playing requires too much work-so they miss out on the joys that playing even a simple melody can bring. How to Play Piano is your opportunity to pick up this marvelous skill. Taught by acclaimed pianist Professor Pamela D. Pike of Louisiana State University, these 36 accessible lessons give you the building blocks you need to go from an interested novice to expressive and talented player. Blending music theory and history with hands-on examples and step-by-step instruction, Professor Pike takes you on a journey from learning how to sit at the piano in the first place to inverting chords, arpeggios, sight-reading, and much more. The best thing about this course, however, is that it is entirely self-guided. Professor Pike not only guides you through the basic foundations and advanced techniques of piano playing, but she also teaches you how to practice and gives you assignments to work on between each lesson. After 36 lessons, you will come away from How to Play Piano armed with a tremendous skill set and the confidence and know-how to continue your journey for years to come.
Subject
Genre
Alt Author
Pike, Pamela D.
Teaching Company.
ISBN/ISSN
1629975737
09781629975733
Call #
DVD SEW
Descript.
8 videodiscs (approximately 1102 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 course guidebook (iii, 67 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm).
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DVD.
Note
Title from container.
"National sewing circle."
Course No. 4081.
Performer
Lecturers: Ashley Hough and Aurora Sisneros.
Bibliog.
Course workbook includes lecturer biographies, class resource, with supplies' lists, patterns and instructions.
Contents
Disc 1. Module 1. Sewing essentials, easy projects & designer tips ; lesson 1. Getting started and understanding your machine ; lesson 2. Needle and thread, fabric and interfacing ; lesson 3. Cut like a pro ; lesson 4. How to sew and beginner sewing terminology ; lesson 5. Bring it all together --
Disc 2. lesson 6. Spotlight project: Infinity scarf ; lesson 7. Skill building: Making your own bias tape ; lesson 8. Designer hints: Invisible zippers ; lesson 9. Spotlight project: Boxy pouch.
Disc 3. Module 2. Sewing for you, your home and outdoors ; lesson 10. Spotlight project: Pajama pants ; lesson 11. Spotlight project: Reusable tote ; lesson 12. Two-handed hot pads ; lesson 13. Towel toppers ; lesson 14. Reusable bowl cover --
Disc 4. lesson 15. Couch caddy ; lesson 16. Outdoor fabric and cutting perfect squares ; lesson 18. Setting a zipper and finishing ; lesson 19. Shaping the cover --
Disc 5. Module 3. Custom Garments. lesson 20. Getting started and expanding your stitches ; lesson 21. Sewing darts and pleats ; lesson 22. Tips for sewing curves and corners ; lesson 23. Professional seam finishes and ways to hem ; lesson 24. Selecting shirt size and stitching shirt front ; lesson 25. Adding a yoke and stitching shirt back ; lesson 26. Adding plackets and stitching sleeves --
Disc 6. lesson 27. Cuffs and sleeves ; lesson 28. Adding a collar and stitching shirt front ; lesson 29. Selecting jacket size and altering pattern pieces ; lesson 30. How to sew the modified pattern pieces ; lesson 31. Adding a lining and stitching sleeves ; lesson 32. Spotlight project: Knit pencil skirt --
Disc 7. Module 4. Tricky fabrics and fun projects. lesson 33. Faux fur and leather ; lesson 34. Sequined and sheer fabrics and lace ; lesson 35. Quick tips and bonus project ; lesson 36. Sewing laminates and laminate cutting tips ; lesson 37. Vinyl/oilcloth receipt wallet ; lesson 38. Laminated cotton receipt wallet ; lesson 39. Spotlight project: Oilcloth money wallet ; lesson 40. Spotlight project: Oilcloth pleated clutch.
Summary
Learn tips and techniques for sewing. Unleash your creativity and master the practical skill of sewing with the help of two veteran seamstresses as they walk you through lessons designed for all levels of expertise.
Audience
Not rated.
Subject
Genre
Alt Author
Hough, Ashley, instructor.
Sisneros, Aurora, instructor.
Teaching Company, publisher.
TN Marketing, LLC, distributor.
Title
Sewing one hundred one
Sewing one hundred and one
ISBN/ISSN
1629974730 (DVD container)
9781629974736 (DVD container)
9781629974774 (guidebook)
1629974773 (guidebook)
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