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The singers musical theatre anthology
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AIN'T THERE ANYONE HERE FOR LOVE|ALWAYS A BRIDESMAID|ALWAYS TRUE TO YOU IN MY FASHION|AND I AM TELLING YOU I'M NOT GOING|ANYTHING BUT LONELY|AS IF WE NEVER SAID GOODBYE|AS LONG AS HE NEEDS ME|BROADWAY BABY|CABARET|A CHANGE IN ME / Crow Sheryl|CHILDREN OF EDEN|CITY LIGHTS|A COCK EYED OPTIMIST|COME TO YOUR SENSES|COULD I LEAVE YOU|DANCE TEN LOOKS THREE|DEFYING GRAVITY|DIAMONDS ARE A GIRL'S BEST FRIEND|DON'T CALL ME TRAILER TRASH|Don't cry for me Argentina|DON'T CRY OUT LOUD (WE DON'T CRY OUT LOUD)|Everybody loves Louis / Backstreet Boys|FUNNY HONEY|THE GENTLEMAN IS A DOPE|GIMME GIMME|GOOD MORNING BALTIMORE|HARD CANDY CHRISTMAS|HE WASN'T YOU|Heads or tails|Here I am|HIT ME WITH A HOT NOTE AND WATCH ME BOUNCE / Lewis Huey + The News|HONEY BUN|HOW ARE THINGS IN GLOCCA MORRA|HOW DID WE COME TO THIS|HURRY IT'S LOVELY UP HERE|I AIN'T DOWN YET|I AM CHANGING|I CAN DO BETTER THAN THAT|I CAN HEAR THE BELLS|I don't know how to love him|I DREAMED A DREAM|I ENJOY BEING A GIRL|I got the sun in the morning|I HAD MYSELF A TRUE LOVE|I WISH I WERE IN LOVE AGAIN|I'D GIVE MY LIFE FOR YOU|If he really knew me|IF HE WALKED INTO MY LIFE|IF MY FRIENDS COULD SEE ME NOW|IT'S A HELLUVA WAY TO RUN A LOVE AFFAIR / Tyler Bonnie|JOHNNY ONE NOTE|KEEPIN' OUT OF MISCHIEF NOW|THE LADY IS A TRAMP|LIFE IS|LIFE WITH HAROLD|Live out loud|LOOK AT ME NOW|LOSING MY MIND|MAMA WHO BORE ME / Stuermer Christina|THE MAN THAT GOT AWAY|MAYBE THIS TIME|MEIN HERR|MEMORY|THE MILLER'S SON|MISS MARMELSTEIN|THE MUSIC THAT MAKES ME DANCE|My body|MY HEART BELONGS TO DADDY|My new philosophy|NEVER NEVER LAND|A new life|NOT FOR THE LIFE OF ME|NOTHING|NOWADAYS|ON MY OWN|THE PARTY'S OVER|THE PAST IS ANOTHER LAND|ROXIE|SEND IN THE CLOWNS|SHADOWLAND|SHOW OFF|SHY|SOMEONE ELSE'S STORY|Someone like you|STARS AND THE MOON|STEPSISTERS' LAMENT|STILL HURTING|THE SWEETEST SOUNDS|TAKE THAT LOOK OFF YOUR FACE|TELL ME ON A SUNDAY|THERE ARE WORSE THINGS I COULD DO|THERE WON'T BE TRUMPETS|THERE'S A FINE FINE LINE|A trip to the library|WE DESERVE EACH OTHER|WHAT DID I HAVE THAT I DON'T HAVE|WHAT I DID FOR LOVE|WHAT YOU DON'T KNOW ABOUT WOMEN|WHEN YOU COME HOME TO ME|WHEN YOU GOT IT FLAUNT IT|WHO WILL LOVE ME AS I AM|The winner takes it all / Abba|WITH ONE LOOK|THE WIZARD AND I|Woman|A WONDERFUL GUY

Anbieter: Notenbuch
Stand: 04.06.2020
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Salesman
28,90 CHF *
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Selected by the Library of Congress as one of the most significant American films ever made, Salesman (1966-9) is a landmark in non-fiction cinema, equivalent in its impact and influence to Truman Capote's 'non-fiction novel' In Cold Blood. The film follows a team of travelling Bible salesmen on the road in Massachusetts, Chicago, and Florida, where the American dream of self-reliant entrepreneurship goes badly wrong for protagonist Paul Brennan. Long acknowledged as a high-water mark of the 'direct cinema' movement, this ruefully comic and quietly devastating film was the first masterpiece of Albert Maysles, David Maysles and Charlotte Zwerin, the trio who would go on to produce The Rolling Stones documentary, Gimme Shelter (1970). Based on the premise that films drawn from ordinary life could compete with Hollywood extravaganzas, Salesman was critical in shaping 'the documentary feature'. A novel cinema-going experience for its time, the film was independently produced, designed for theatrical release and presented without voiceover narration, interviews, or talking heads. Working with innovative handheld equipment, and experimenting with eclectic methods and a collaborative ethos, the Maysles brothers and Zwerin produced a carefully-orchestrated narrative drama fashioned from unexpected episodes. J. M. Tyree suggests that Salesman can be understood as a case study of non-fiction cinema, raising perennial questions about reality and performance. His analysis provides an historical and cultural context for the film, considering its place in world cinema and its critical representations of dearly-held national myths. The style of Salesman still makes other documentaries look static and immobile, while the film's allegiances to everyday subjects and working people indelibly marked the cinema. Tyree's insightful study also includes an exclusive exchange with Albert Maysles about the film.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Rootabaga Stories
7,40 CHF *
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'Takes the home-bred American fantasy of The Wizard of Oz even further ... An old favorite, which no American child should miss.' ― School Library Journal. 'These stories out of the Rootabaga Country... have taken root in American soil — they are here to stay.' — New York Herald Tribune. 'Glorious for reading aloud.' ― The New York Times Book Review. In the village of Liver-and-Onions, there was a Potato Face Blind Man who used to play an accordion on the corner near the post office. The sometime narrator of these tales, he transports readers and listeners to Rootabaga Country, where the railroad tracks go from straight to zigzag, the pigs wear bibs, and the Village of Cream Puffs floats in the wind, looking like a little hat that you could wear on the end of your thumb. Carl Sandburg, the beloved folk chronicler and three-time Pulitzer Prize winner, invented these stories for his own daughters. Populated by corn fairies, circus performers, and such memorable characters as Poker Face the Baboon, Hot Dog the Tiger, and Gimme the Ax, Rootabaga Country is built with the homespun poetry of the American frontier. The stories' inspired nonsense — loaded with rhythm, humor, and tongue-twisting names — fires the imagination and pulls at the heartstrings. This edition features the charming original illustrations by Maud and Miska Petersham. 'The original illustrations by Maud and Miska Petersham, including a colored frontispiece and plentiful black-and white line drawings, form the perfect complement in this very affordable paperback.' — The Emerald City Book Review

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 04.06.2020
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Salesman
21,99 € *
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Selected by the Library of Congress as one of the most significant American films ever made, Salesman (1966-9) is a landmark in non-fiction cinema, equivalent in its impact and influence to Truman Capote's 'non-fiction novel' In Cold Blood. The film follows a team of travelling Bible salesmen on the road in Massachusetts, Chicago, and Florida, where the American dream of self-reliant entrepreneurship goes badly wrong for protagonist Paul Brennan. Long acknowledged as a high-water mark of the 'direct cinema' movement, this ruefully comic and quietly devastating film was the first masterpiece of Albert Maysles, David Maysles and Charlotte Zwerin, the trio who would go on to produce The Rolling Stones documentary, Gimme Shelter (1970). Based on the premise that films drawn from ordinary life could compete with Hollywood extravaganzas, Salesman was critical in shaping 'the documentary feature'. A novel cinema-going experience for its time, the film was independently produced, designed for theatrical release and presented without voiceover narration, interviews, or talking heads. Working with innovative handheld equipment, and experimenting with eclectic methods and a collaborative ethos, the Maysles brothers and Zwerin produced a carefully-orchestrated narrative drama fashioned from unexpected episodes. J. M. Tyree suggests that Salesman can be understood as a case study of non-fiction cinema, raising perennial questions about reality and performance. His analysis provides an historical and cultural context for the film, considering its place in world cinema and its critical representations of dearly-held national myths. The style of Salesman still makes other documentaries look static and immobile, while the film's allegiances to everyday subjects and working people indelibly marked the cinema. Tyree's insightful study also includes an exclusive exchange with Albert Maysles about the film.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 04.06.2020
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Rootabaga Stories
5,99 € *
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'Takes the home-bred American fantasy of The Wizard of Oz even further ... An old favorite, which no American child should miss.' ― School Library Journal. 'These stories out of the Rootabaga Country... have taken root in American soil — they are here to stay.' — New York Herald Tribune. 'Glorious for reading aloud.' ― The New York Times Book Review. In the village of Liver-and-Onions, there was a Potato Face Blind Man who used to play an accordion on the corner near the post office. The sometime narrator of these tales, he transports readers and listeners to Rootabaga Country, where the railroad tracks go from straight to zigzag, the pigs wear bibs, and the Village of Cream Puffs floats in the wind, looking like a little hat that you could wear on the end of your thumb. Carl Sandburg, the beloved folk chronicler and three-time Pulitzer Prize winner, invented these stories for his own daughters. Populated by corn fairies, circus performers, and such memorable characters as Poker Face the Baboon, Hot Dog the Tiger, and Gimme the Ax, Rootabaga Country is built with the homespun poetry of the American frontier. The stories' inspired nonsense — loaded with rhythm, humor, and tongue-twisting names — fires the imagination and pulls at the heartstrings. This edition features the charming original illustrations by Maud and Miska Petersham. 'The original illustrations by Maud and Miska Petersham, including a colored frontispiece and plentiful black-and white line drawings, form the perfect complement in this very affordable paperback.' — The Emerald City Book Review

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 04.06.2020
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