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The History of Opera For Beginners starts with the radical assumption that opera is simply music, rather than the inaccessible, high-brown art form that many assume it to be. Not fluent in German or
Author Debbie Goodwin presents 16 sketches for children to perform that use the parables and miracles of Jesus to teach the meaning of the kingdom of God, his character, and discipleship. These scripts have
Leading Tones is a glimpse into several aspects of the musical world by Leonard Slatkin, music director and conductor of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. There are portions devoted to the Slatkin's
An intimate biography of a complex, controversial, and now neglected composer, The Life and Songs of Stephen Foster is an important story about the father of American music. This invaluable portrait of the
In print with the original text for the first time in decades, here is the intriguing autobiography Sousa wrote in the final years of his life. Contained within are amusing and insightful reflections of the
The Kyrie and Gloria of this new recording rigorously follow Bach's own meticulously configured "Dresden parts," and is thereby based for the first time exclusively on the musical text
In addition to Mass of the Children, this CD includes performances of John Rutter's Look at the World; To Everything There Is a Season; Wings of the Morning; A Clare Benediction; I Will Sing
Truly great compositions spring, like Athena from Zeus' skull, at the juncture of genius and passion. In Mathilde Wesendonck: Isolde's Dream, author Judith Cabaud calls on a host of heretofore undiscovered
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