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200 pages ; 22 cm.
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unmediated rdamedia.
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Companion book to: Will Grayson, Will Grayson by John Green and David Levithan.
"A musical in novel form (Or, A novel in musical form)."
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"Larger-than-life Tiny Cooper finally gets to tell his story, from his fabulous birth and childhood to his quest for true love and his infamous parade of ex-boyfriends, in the form of a musical he wrote"-- Provided by publisher.
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9780525428848
0525428844
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1 streaming video file (20 min.) : sd., col.
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Encoded with permission for digital streaming by Films Media Group on January 04, 2014.
Films on Demand is distributed by Films Media Group for Films for the Humanities & Sciences, Cambridge Educational, Meridian Education, and Shopware.
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Jazz Compositions (2:43) -- Theme, Melody, and "Jazz Step" Tune (1:42) -- Live Jazz Performances (2:57) -- Saxophones in Jazz Compositions (1:12) -- Composing "Armchair March" (3:37) -- Jazz Compositions and Large Bands (3:29) -- Solos in "Armchair March" (2:41)
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This program examines frameworks in which jazz musicians improvise and looks at the interrelationship between songwriter and improviser. Courtney Pine uses his percussion-heavy "Jazz Step," based on 12-bar blues, as a jumping-off point to discuss how a small group interacts when improvising as well as matters of technique such as riffs, three-chord progressions, and blues scales. Django Bates works within a big band context to dig into the dynamics of scoring a large-scale piece where improvisation is to play a large part. When it comes to jazz, a piece isn't finished being written until it's played.
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4 Learning (Firm).
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Jazz
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1 streaming video file (73 min.) : sd., col.
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Encoded with permission for digital streaming by Films Media Group on January 04, 2014.
Films on Demand is distributed by Films Media Group for Films for the Humanities & Sciences, Cambridge Educational, Meridian Education, and Shopware.
Contents
Early Sound of "Song of Roland" (1:31) -- Story of Charlemagne (1:37) -- Pyrenees, 778 A.D. (2:27) -- Charlemagne Convenes his Council (8:46) -- Charlemagne Convenes his Council: Marsile (4:19) -- Ganelon Returns (2:41) -- Ganelon Returns: Rear Guard (2:41) -- The Saracens Attack (7:38) -- Roland Battles King Marsile (4:50) -- Roland Battles King Marsile: Grief and Rage (2:29) -- The Death of Roland (5:27) -- Charlemagne's Revenge (3:58) -- Charlemagne Battles the Emir Baligant (4:37) -- Charlemagne Battles the Emir Baligant: Victory (8:41) -- The Trial of Ganelon (7:06) -- Final Line of "Song of Roland" (1:03) -- Credits: The Song of Roland (2:14)
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Compiled in the 11th century, The Song of Roland is perhaps the world's most famous portrait of early European chivalry, piousness, and militarism. This beautifully produced program offers an abridged English version of the battlefield epic, combining richly textured medieval and Renaissance art images with scholarly summaries and interpretations of the work's major sections. Acknowledging the poem's historical inaccuracies, the video nevertheless underscores its importance for later European listeners: specifically, as a rallying cry mobilizing Christian forces to embark on the Crusades. An Old French recital of the song's first six lines begins the program.
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