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Jerry Garcia Coloring Book
Collection One
Ted Harrington, Douglas Brown Gillespie, Jeremy Dean
Grateful Dead co-founder Jerry Garcia was not only a brilliant musician, he was also a prolific and well regarded artist. At the time of his death, Garcia left behind more than 2000 pieces. This book was created with some of our favorites. It's not...



Cornell '77
The Music, the Myth, and the Magnificence of the Grateful Dead's Concert at Barton Hall
Peter Conners
Cornell '77 is about far more than just a single Grateful Dead concert. It is a social and cultural history of one of America's most enduring and iconic musical acts, their devoted fans, and a group of Cornell students whose passion for music drove them to bring the Dead to Barton Hall.



Artistic Research in Music: Discipline and Resistance
Artists and Researchers at the Orpheus Institute
Twenty years ago the Orpheus Institute was founded in Ghent to pursue research through the practice of musicians; thus the Orpheus Institute is of the same generation as the field it was established to explore.



Sémiotique et vécu musical
Du sens à l'expérience, de l'expérience au sens



Music, Analysis, Experience
New Perspectives in Musical Semiotics
Transdisciplinary and intermedial approaches to music meet musicologically oriented contributions to classical music, pop music, South American song, opera, narratology, and philosophy.



Hear My Sad Story
The True Tales That Inspired "Stagolee," "John Henry," and Other Traditional American Folk Songs
Richard Polenberg
In Hear My Sad Story, Richard Polenberg describes the historical events that led to the writing of many famous American folk songs that served as touchstones for generations of American musicians, lyricists, and folklorists.



Virtuosi Abroad
Soviet Music and Imperial Competition during the Early Cold War, 1945–1958
Kiril Tomoff
In Virtuosi Abroad, Kiril Tomoff focuses on music and the Soviet Union's star musicians to explore the dynamics of the cultural Cold War.



What Is a Cadence?
Theoretical and Analytical Perspectives on Cadences in the Classical Repertoire
The concept of closure is crucial to understanding music from the "classical" style. This volume focuses on the primary means of achieving closure in tonal music: the cadence.



Theatrical Heritage
Challenges and Opportunities
n accessible essays written by theater and music scholars, performers, directors, conservators, and administrators from Europe and the United States, new methods are advanced to reactivate the theatrical past.



Ohne Worte
Vocality and Instrumentality in 19th-Century Music
Jean-Pierre Bartoli, Hubert Mossburger, Jeanne Roudet, Douglass Seaton, Edoardo Torbianelli
What can music tell us—without words? Can it depict scenes, narrate stories, elucidate beliefs? And can it be an instrument through which we access the inner lives not only of musicians from the past but of ourselves, today?



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