Music for a New Depression, songs of a native oracle, slices the political scene to shreds, then wands it back together. The poet with his blues magic makes us realize that the only audience that matters is the land itself. Written on a mountain top in New Mexico, the poems are arrows to the heart of Washington, meant to light the sky as they travel there, by taking to task the national political scene and the current politics of language. Elihu looks down from the clouds at the herd rushing toward a cliff, to lyricize the thunder. His warnings strike like lightning and reflect the popular contempt for politics, but that is exactly what is needed to start an honest dialogue and initiate real change in the entire body politic. Sing with him! 2016: the political train is pulling into a new station: the pendulum swings us across the decades: when a backlash sets in, we need to know who has been holding the whip, in order to take it away from him/her. This is a process independent of personalities, however much they cry out, reverse their own course, and encase themselves in glass coffins. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Elihu Blotnick. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/059456/bk_acx0_059456_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Music of the Great Depression: Nancy K. Young/ William H. Young
Music Therapy vs. Antidepressants for Teens with Depression: Sarah Northcutt
You´re about to discover how to you can use music to help your depression, stress, and mental balance. Music is the food for the soul, for the earliest means of entertainment, worship, and celebration music played a pivotal role in these areas still today, music continues to play a unique yet very important role in the entire universe. The sound of it dominates the Earth and all human race bows to its rhythms. No one has been able to stop the diversification of music and music is so open ended that it continues to grow and bear different sounds which scientist have now notice that it could be explored for different purposes in all areas of life. Hence, the subject matter, how music therapy helps depression, stress and mental balance. Definitely, you will get to understand why the application of music therapy to a depressed and stressed mind can succeed in helping the individual maintain a psychological balance that will help the person raise a sigh of relief from his or her troubled mid. What then is music? How can it assist or work in the jurisdiction of the Therapist? Knowing that a therapist is from time to time visited with numerous health issues and only an expert can deliver a successful solution to issues concerning that kind or particular area that has to do with mental balance. Here is a preview of what you´ll learn: Music Music as a therapy Administration of music therapy Music therapist common practices Where music therapy is used or administered Much, much more! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Michael Welte. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/055456/bk_acx0_055456_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
English, Closebound, Gebunden mit Schutzumschlag, 16x24 cm, 242 pages - In this exuberant sequel to his prize-winning ´The Jazz Age´, Anorld Shaw captures virtually every aspect of popular music during the Depression. Here is a colorful year-by-year chronicle of music in the ´30, blended with chapters on broader topics - the jazz clubs on Swing Street, the Big Band boom - and spiced with interviews with major figures (such as Burton Lane and Lionel Hampton), who bring a vibrant first-hand feel to the narrative. Readers visit every corner of the music scene. We watch as the Hollywood musical takes off, highlighted by the brilliant Busby Berkeley and the luminous partnership of Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers. We read about the incredible popularity of radio shows such as ´Your Hit Parade´ and Martin Block´s ´Make-Believe Ballroom´, which brought music to households from coast to coast. And we experience once again the great Broadway musicals of the period - from ´Girl Crazy´ to ´The Cradle Will Rock´ - written by a who´s who of American song: Jerome Kern, Irving Berlin, George Gershwin, Rodgers and Hart, and Cole Porter. But above all. the ´30s were the Swing Era - when swing bands dominated dance halls, ballrooms, radio broadcasts, and record sales - and Shaw provides superb portraits of Benny Goodman, Duke Ellington, Glenn Miller, Count Basie, Tommy Dorsey, and countless others. From Gershwin´s ´Porgy And Bess´ to Disney´s ´Snow White And The Seven Dwarf´, from Woody Guthrie to Ethel Merman, and from the Carioca to the Lindy Hop, here is an affectionate and informative account of this golden era of popular song.
(1952-54´United´) (65:45/24) In jenen Jahren überaus erfolgreiche Gesangs- und Instrumentalcombo aus Chicago mit dem Gitarristen Floyd McDaniel. Unglaublich gute Klangqualität. Klingt schnell wie eine´Blue Note´-Aufnahme. Und fantastische Musik. Auch für jene zu empfehlen, die ansonsten nichts mit 50er Jahre R&B am Hut haben / erfolgreiche und beliebte Gesang/Instrumental-Combo mit Floyd McDaniel (siehe seine Delmark und CrossCut Veröffentlichungen). Schöne Aufnahmen. Die Klangqualität ist fast unglaublich, perfekt. Klingt wie eine Blue Note Aufnahme. Auch wenn du nicht so sehr auf 50er Jahre r&b stehst: check it out! einer der besten R&B Platten von 1952, ein Tribut an diese legendäre Frau, die nach Alaska ging, nur um den Schnee zu schmelzen´, sorgte Mary Jo´ für einen Moment im nationalen Rampenlicht für eine der heißesten Gesangskombinationen Chicagos. Die Single wurde im April´52 veröffentlicht und stieg Mitte Juli in die nationalen Charts ein. Es bewegte sich schnell an die Spitze und verdrängte Lloyd Price´s´Lawdy Miss Clawdy´ als #1 R&B Song in der Nation Ende August. Born in den schwindenden Jahren der Depression, brachten The Four Blazes Vitalität und Showmanship in die frühen Jahre von R&B. Bassist Tommy Braden war der Hauptdarsteller, während alle Mitglieder Backup-Harmonie-Gesang lieferten. Jelly´ Holt war der Gründer und Schlagzeuger der Gruppe, während Floyd McDaniel und´Shorty´ Hill Gitarren spielten. (Floyd blieb sein ganzes Leben lang aktiv in der Musik, einschließlich des 1991er Albums Let Your Hair Down! und die 1994 aufgenommene West Side Baby.) Mit Special Guest Eddie Chamblee am Tenorsaxophon.
US-American folk music and its political stances from the great depression to the present: Cornelia Richter
Inside you will learn about Music therapy Dance therapy Drawing therapy Coloring Neuroscience and art therapy And much more! Who can benefit from art therapy? The best thing about art therapy is that it doesn’t ask for you to have the mad skills of Leonardo da Vinci or Picasso to be admitted and reap its benefits. Also, it doesn’t have age limits. So it’s basically meant for me, you, him, her - everyone! Famous quotes: ´´One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain.´´ - Bob Marley ´´Music expresses that which cannot be said and on which it is impossible to be silent.´´ - Victor Hugo ´´The purpose of art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls.´´ - Pablo Picasso ´´I found I could say things with color and shapes that I couldn´t say any other way - things I had no words for.´´ - Georgia O´Keeffe ´´Dance is the hidden language of the soul of the body.´´- Martha Graham ´´To dance is to be out of yourself. Larger, more beautiful, more powerful. This is power, it is glory on earth and it is yours for the taking.´´ - Agnes de Mille ´´To gain your own voice, you have to forget about having it heard.´´ - Allen Ginsberg, WD ´´If I don´t write to empty my mind, I go mad.´´ - Lord Byron 1. Language: English. Narrator: Bill Conway. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/117431/bk_acx0_117431_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.