Rhian E. Jones
Political and media policing of female social and sexual autonomy, through the neglected but significant gendered dimensions of the discourse surrounding 'chavs', has been accompanied by a similar restriction and...
This is a reprint of the enormously popular 1957 edition of Copland's guide to music.
A groundbreaking and beautifully written history of ballet, from its origins to the present, by a dancer turned historian and critic.
From its beginnings in Paris, disco quickly spread around the world, taking hold of a small club on LA's Sunset Strip and ultimately becoming a lifestyle that influenced everything from...
Includes a new chapter on John Cage. Alex Ross's award-winning international best-seller, 'The Rest is Noise: Listening to the Twentieth Century', has become a contemporary classic, establishing him as...
Elaine Constantine; Gareth Sweeney
Stop Press: the film will be released by Universal, nationally, in October 2014. This book concentrates on individuals' personal stories from that heady era, as well as being crammed full...
Gareth Loy; John Chowning
"Mathematics can be as effortless as humming a tune, if you know the tune," writes Gareth Loy. In Musimathics, Loy teaches us the tune, providing a friendly and...
Tells the tragic story of ballet's great revolutionary, Nijinsky. In this book, the author examines a career defined by two forces - inspired performance and an equally headline-grabbing talent for...
Matthew Bourne; Alastair Macaulay
Explores artistic director Matthew Bourne's upbringing, his training and influences, and his distinctive creative methods. This book features discussion of Bourne's notebooks, his sources and his collaboration with dancers.
Often called the Picasso, Stravinsky, or Frank Lloyd Wright of the dance world, Martha Graham revolutionized ballet stages across the globe. Using newly discovered...
Rudolf Laban (1879 - 1958) was a pioneer in dance and movement, who found an extraordinary range of application for his ideas; from industry to drama, education and...
An examination of the ultimate power opera grants to singing: the reversal of death.
Ninette De Valois; David Gale
Ninette de Valois was an extraordinary woman. Not only did she create The Royal Ballet, The Royal Ballet School and the company that has become Birmingham Royal Ballet - in...
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Jacqueline M. Smith-Autard
This text offers a theoretical and practical framework for the teaching of dance in education. The author examines the processes of composing, performing and appreciating dances, and analyzes how dance...