VOCAL CALISTHENICS A New Approach to the Teaching of Singing . ... Oriental Secrets Ancient Calisthenics for Outer Strength : Yi Chin Ching Price ...
Author: C. Ashok
Publisher: Gyan Publishing House
Category: Physical education and training
... and without ancient Jews , nor the modern , have ever giving him an ... men and singing Secrets may be considered as of various women , understand it of ...
Author: John Robinson
Based on Paul Newham's experience as a voice therapist and on his work running a professional training course in the psychotherapeutic use of singing, this text explores both the theory and practice behind the use of voice and singing in expressive arts therapy.
Principles and Practice for the Use of Singing as a Therapy Paul Newham ... therapy : a new profession of rediscovery of an ancient role of the dance ?
Author: Paul Newham
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Mettette ben The Secret of the Peculiar Singing Quality of Famous Vocalists . ... the ancient Italians ? the New York Convention of Articulation Teachers .
Popular American essayist, novelist, and journalist CHARLES DUDLEY WARNER (1829-1900) was renowned for the warmth and intimacy of his writing, which encompassed travelogue, biography and autobiography, fiction, and more, and influenced entire generations of his fellow writers. Here, the prolific writer turned editor for his final grand work, a splendid survey of global literature, classic and modern, and it's not too much to suggest that if his friend and colleague Mark Twain-who stole Warner's quip about how "everybody complains about the weather, but nobody does anything about it"-had assembled this set, it would still be hailed today as one of the great achievements of the book world. Highlights from Volume 18 include: . excerpts from Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter . travel writing by Lafcadio Hearn . the philosophy of George William Frederick Hegel and Thomas Hobbes . the writings of Heliodorus . the poems of George Herbert and Jos-Maria de Hrdia . the writings of Patrick Henry . verse by Thomas Heywood . and much, much more.
was not often the poet's; to Matthew Arnold it was the voice of destiny, ... Then did he learn the old monster's secret — the word of his charm, ...
Author: Charles Dudley Warner
Publisher: Cosimo, Inc.
Category: Literary Collections
... Voice," and the System of Vocal Culture Introduced by Mr. James E. Murdoch. ... wandering near her secret bower , Molest her ancient , solitary reign .
New York Times bestselling author Master Zhi Gang Sha reveals the significance and power of Tao Song, the highest and most profound Soul Song that can transform every aspect of life, and Tao Dance, movement guided by the Source. Tao is the Source and Creator. Tao is The Way of all life. Tao is the universal principles and laws. Tao Song is sound from the Source. Tao Dance is movement from the Source. Tao Song and Tao Dance carry Tao power and ability from the Source. In the ninth book of his revolutionary Soul Power Series, and his third book on Tao, Master Sha reveals new sacred Tao Song mantras that carry Tao frequency and vibration, which can transform the frequency and vibration of all life. Sacred Tao Song mantras and Tao Dance carry Tao love, which melts all blockages; Tao forgiveness, which brings inner joy and inner peace; Tao compassion, which boosts energy, stamina, vitality, and immunity; and Tao light, which heals, prevents sickness, purifies and rejuvenates soul, heart, mind, and body, and transforms relationships, finances, and every aspect of life. Tao Oneness Practice is created and released. Step into the Tao with Master Sha.
I am a professional singer, a voice teacher, and a vocal coach. ... the ancient singing secrets and for the secrets of healing, rejuvenation, and longevity.
Author: Zhi Gang Sha
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
The T&T Clark Encyclopedia of Second Temple Judaism provides a comprehensive reference resource of over 600 scholarly articles aimed at scholars and students interested in Judaism of the Second Temple Period. The two-volume work is split into four parts. Part One offers a prolegomenon for the contemporary study and appreciation of Second Temple Judaism, locating the discipline in relation to other relevant fields (such as Hebrew Bible, Rabbinics, Christian Origins). Beginning with a discussion of terminology, the discussion suggests ways the Second Temple period may be described, and concludes by noting areas of study that challenge our perception of ancient Judaism. Part Two presents an overview of respective contexts of the discipline set within the broad framework of historical chronology corresponding to a set of full-colour, custom-designed maps. With distinct attention to primary sources, the author traces the development of historical, social, political, and religious developments from the time period following the exile in the late 6th century B.C.E. through to the end of the Bar Kokhba revolt (135 C.E.). Part Three focuses specifically on a wide selection of primary-source literature of Second Temple Judaism, summarizing the content of key texts, and examining their similarities and differences with other texts of the period. Essays here include a brief introduction to the work and a summary of its contents, as well as examination of critical issues such as date, provenance, location, language(s), and interpretative matters. The early reception history of texts is also considered, and followed by a bibliography specific to that essay. Numerous high-resolution manuscript images are utilized to illustrate distinct features of the texts. Part Four addresses topics relevant to the Second Temple Period such as places, practices, historical figures, concepts, and subjects of scholarly discussion. These are often supplemented by images, maps, drawings, or diagrams, some of which appear here for the first time. Copiously illustrated, carefully researched and meticulously referenced, this resource provides a reliable, up-to-date and complete guide for those studying early Judaism in its literary and historical settings.
Pesaḥ 10.5–7), the singing of the Therapeutai (Philo, Contempl. ... Bibliography J. Braun, Music in Ancient Israel/Palestine (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2002).
Author: Loren T. Stuckenbruck
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
... the apocalyptic declaration might be ing preceded writing by vocal signs ... a sort of used the hieroglyphs for communicating secretsymbol at the head ...
Author: George Ripley
Category: Encyclopedias and dictionaries
voice than Harrison , he is quite as chaste and impressive Harrison's ... chorus at the Ancient Music , where he recalamity with which he could be visited .
The volume offers new insights into the intricate theme of silence in Greek literature, especially drama. Even though the topic has received respectable attention in recent years, it still lends itself to further inquiry, which embraces silence's very essence and boundaries; its applications and effects in particular texts or genres; and some of its technical features and qualities. The particular topics discussed extend to all these three areas of inquiry, by looking into: silence's possible role in the performance of epic and lyric; its impact on the workings of praise-poetry; its distinct deployments in our five complete ancient novels; Aristophanic, comic and otherwise, silences; the vocabulary of the unspeakable in tragedy; the connections of tragic silence to power, authority, resistance, and motivation; female tragic silences and their transcendence, against the background of male oppression or domination; famous tragic silences as expressions of the ritualized isolation of the individual from both human and divine society. The emerging insights are valuable for the broader interpretation of the relevant texts, as well as for the fuller understanding of central values and practices of the society that created them.
... between hearing/speaking/spreading speculations (in secret) and seeing/witnessing/confirming, which standardly results in “vocal” reactions.
Author: Efi Papadodima
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
Category: Literary Criticism
Again , horns such as frequently occur in ancient sculpture ; verse 7 , “ So the ... as well instrumental as vocal , has ments of fir Lord on all manner of ...
Author: Edward Smedley
Category: Encyclopedias and dictionaries
Whether you're a vocal practitioner or a music enthusiast, David C. Taylor's The Psychology of Singing will guide you to a deeper appreciation of the art. Taylor takes a controversial stance against a scientific approach to vocal control and instead emphasizes the mental, psychological, and even spiritual aspects of signing.
Three sciences, anatomy, mechanics, and acoustics, are believed to hold somewhere among them the secret of the voice. All investigation has therefore been ...
Author: David C. Taylor
Publisher: The Floating Press
Established in 1911, The Rotarian is the official magazine of Rotary International and is circulated worldwide. Each issue contains feature articles, columns, and departments about, or of interest to, Rotarians. Seventeen Nobel Prize winners and 19 Pulitzer Prize winners – from Mahatma Ghandi to Kurt Vonnegut Jr. – have written for the magazine.
... 1926 Discovered/ ^he Scientific Secret of Caruso's Amazing Vocal Power A ... It was similar to the ancient days of barter when a man, with ten bushels ...
The ancient Hebrews had a strong in Kohath were in the middle , those of Merari ... We have in scripture can they understood it well ; whether it were vocal ...
Author: Augustin Calmet
Plunged into the darkest period of her young life, Elizabeth O?Suilleabhain of Spain finds herself the prey in an international triangle between two kingdoms in this fictional dramatization of historical events that occurred in the mid-1600s. Elizabeth realizes she is isolated and abandoned after the mysterious death of her father, an Irish-born knight who, for almost sixty years, lived in Spain under the protectorate of Kings Felipe III and IV. Elizabeth believes her responsibility is to Ireland and is driven to fulfill the dead knight's duty to free Ireland from English rule. Elizabeth's title and inheritance are now precariously held by her one-hundred-year-old grandmother, Johanna O?Sullivan, who is living at Seafield Manor, Ireland. Exposed and unprotected, Elizabeth must adapt. She disguises herself as a commoner, wearing a long black cloak, and begins her escape atop her Arabian stallion, Aziz. Danger from the elements as well as villains, hooligans, and hired English spies challenges Elizabeth, and each encounter furthers her resolve. During her escape, Elizabeth is convinced the king has banished her from Spain after the poisoning of a palace servant. She sharpens her survival skills as she is forced to flee on a journey across Spain, chased by those who would use her as a pawn to control her land and possessions that represent her link to more than four hundred years of ancestral rule in her family's lost homeland. At every turn, obstacles confront Elizabeth. Rationally, she seeks out an escape route while negotiating the foot-hardened path of the Pilgrim's Trail. Then, traveling south through Spain with Aziz, she boards a ship moored on the Mediterranean Sea. The ship's sails are set for the misty isles where her grandmother awaits her return. Focused on her conflict-driven odyssey, she is unaware of two secret advocates who follow her at a distance: a Spanish Knight of Santiago and Patrick McGillicuddy, an Irish nobleman whose family has an ancient link with the O?Sullivan clan. Unknown to each other, these two allies advance separately, traversing land and oceans in pursuit of Elizabeth, suggesting to the reader that a spiritual link guides them, as they are seemingly drawn by mysterious sources to follow her as she endures one tumultuous event after another. Each ally, in his own way, demonstrates an ancient belief that in a previous life, each worshipped Elizabeth as his goddess queen.
... on the Hill of Tara, to unveil the secrets from the earth's ancient past. ... He allowed the three syllables of her name to be dragged from his vocal ...
Author: Isabella Macdonald Smith
Publisher: Author House
The ancient Hebrews had a strong in- the left , and those of Gershom on the right hand ... and they understood it well ; whether it were vocal even in their ...
Author: Augustin Calmet
( 3 ) Parallelism of the edges of the vocal cords , just as in our bobbin ... Well , many of the ancients looked upon sound as a sort of Jack that was rather ...