40 Intermediate to Early Advanced Piano Arrangements
Author: Sharon Aaronson
Pubpsher: Alfred Publishing Company
This eclectic blend of 40 sophisticated piano arrangements is a must-have for every music lover's collection! By popular demand, all of the arrangements from Aaronson's Top 10 series are now together in this attractive library-quality edition featuring hits from Broadway, movies, jazz legends and the classics. Includes music from the world's best songwriters and composers such as Beethoven, Gershwin, Mancini, Pachelbel, Porter, Puccini, Sondheim, and more! Titles: Allegro (from Eine kleine Nachtmusik) * And All That Jazz * Anything Goes * As Time Goes By * Beauty and the Beast * Begin the Beguine * Blues in the Night (My Mama Done Tol' Me) * Camelot * Can You Feel the Love Tonight * Can You Read My Mind? * Pachelbel's Canon in D * Clair de lune * Cruella De Vil * A Day in the Life of a Fool * The Entertainer * Everything's Coming Up Roses * Fascinating Rhythm * Home * It Had to Be You * Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring * Lullaby of Broadway * The Man That Got Away * Marche fun?bre * Moonlight Sonata (1st mvt.) * Nice Work If You Can Get It * Night and Day * O mio babbino caro * Ode to Joy * On the Street Where You Live * Over the Rainbow * The Pink Panther * Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini * Send in the Clowns * Someone to Watch Over Me * Summer Wind * Take Five * That's All * Theme from New York, New York * A Whole New World * The Wind Beneath My Wings. 132 pages.
Top 10 Broadway Classics contains 10 beloved Broadway songs from the musicals Beauty and the Beast, Camelot, Chicago, Gypsy, The Lion King, A Little Night Music, My Fair Lady, and more. Music is from Cole Porter, George and Ira Gershwin, Lerner and Loewe, Sondheim and others. Aaronson's arrangements are rich, musically satisfying and remain true to the original scores. Titles: * And All That Jazz * Beauty and the Beast * Begin the Beguine * Camelot * Can You Feel the Love Tonight * Everything’s Coming Up Roses * Home * On the Street Where You Live * Send In the Clowns * Someone to Watch Over Me. 36 pages.
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American history has always been an irresistible source of inspiration for filmmakers, and today, for good or ill, most Americans'sense of the past likely comes more from Hollywood than from the works of historians. In important films such as The Birth of a Nation (1915), Roots (1977), Apocalypse Now (1979), and Saving Private Ryan (1998), how much is entertainment and how much is rooted in historical fact? In The Columbia Companion to American History on Film, more than seventy scholars consider the gap between history and Hollywood. They examine how filmmakers have presented and interpreted the most important events, topics, eras, and figures in the American past, often comparing the film versions of events with the interpretations of the best historians who have explored the topic. Divided into eight broad categories—Eras; Wars and Other Major Events; Notable People; Groups; Institutions and Movements; Places; Themes and Topics; and Myths and Heroes—the volume features extensive cross-references, a filmography (of discussed and relevant films), notes, and a bibliography of selected historical works on each subject. The Columbia Companion to American History on Film is also an important resource for teachers, with extensive information for research or for course development appropriate for both high school and college students. Though each essay reflects the unique body of film and print works covering the subject at hand, every essay addresses several fundamental questions: What are the key films on this topic? What sources did the filmmaker use, and how did the film deviate (or remain true to) its sources? How have film interpretations of a particular historical topic changed, and what sorts of factors—technological, social, political, historiographical—have affected their evolution? Have filmmakers altered the historical record with a view to enhancing drama or to enhance the "truth" of their putative message?
Located at the center of the 12 rural parishes that comprise northeastern Louisiana, Monroe has long been a tiny metropolis offering its citizens a taste of the colorful politics and rich cultural history for which the Bayou State is known. Featuring the tales of the area s most prominent politicians, innovators, entrepreneurs, broadcasters, musicians, reality stars, athletes, educators, movers, shakers, and rabble-rousers, Legendary Locals of Monroe takes a look at the characters whose fascinating stories paint the vibrant history of this southern river city. Presented in a clear, concise format, this volume features biographical accounts that range from inspiring and captivating to shocking and tragic. Profiles include such notable locals as indie-film queen Parker Posey, Coca-Cola innovator Joseph Biedenharn, pizza restaurant dynamo Johnny Huntsman, Black Panther Party founder Huey P. Newton, baseball great Chuck Finley, country music superstar Andy Griggs, internationally renowned composer Frank Ticheli, flamboyant politician Shady Wall, and many more."