Party Music

Author: Rickey Vincent
Publisher: Chicago Review Press
ISBN: 1613744927
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Rickey Vincent is the author of Funk: The Music, The People, and the Rhythm of the One, and has written for the Washington Post, American Legacy, and the Los Angeles Review of Books. He teaches at the University of California, Berkeley.

Party Music

Author: Jesse Russell
Publisher: Book on Demand Limited
ISBN: 9785512381595
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Party Music is the fourth studio album by The Coup, an alternative hip hop group based in Oakland, California.

Party Fairies 2 Melodie The Music Fairy

Author: Daisy Meadows
Publisher: Scholastic Inc.
ISBN: 0545356865
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The Party Fairies' magic is missing --- and the Fairyland jubilee is going to be a flop! This is our tenth group of Rainbow Magic fairies; all seven books in the group will be released at once.It's party time!

Kids Halloween Party

Author: Ken Carder
Publisher: Twin Sisters®
ISBN: 1599228270
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A broom • Halloween or party music Players stand in a circle and pass a broom
around while the music is playing. When the music stops the player holding the
broom is out of the game. Play until one player remains. You'll need: • Halloween
music or party songs Players stomp and dance around like monsters while the
music plays. When the music stops players must freeze. Any player caught
moving is out of the game and helps to judge the next round. You'll need: • One
sheet of ...

Carnival

Author: Milla Cozart Riggio
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780415271288
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PARTY. MUSIC. Jocelyne. Guilbault. This chapter examines identity politics by
focusing on a popular music usually found in the bins of record stores under the
label "international music" or "world music." While this project falls into an
important new trend in academic studies, popular musics that are deemed profit-
oriented, known not for their focus on text but rather for their focus on pleasure,
dance, and sexualized bodies, have rarely been studied in relation to the notion
of nation.

Greeted With Smiles

Author: Evan Rapport
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 019022634X
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Of course, this was not a demonstration of Bukharian ethnic heritage to outsiders,
but an internal event where the young couple and their friends and families
wanted to hear their reality represented with music. Explicit symbols of Central
Asia were displayed at specific points as reminders, but for those at this particular
party, it seemed that being Bukharian Jewish American was about celebrating
the ability to adapt, to thrive as urban cosmopolitans, and to do it all in a modern
and ...

The Communist Quest For National Legitimacy In Europe 1918 1989

Author: Martin Mevius
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317986393
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®most. Germanofthe arts ̄; and the compositionsofBach, Handel,Beethoven,
and Wagnerwere nationaltreasures. 2Although art music hadrecededto
thedomainofan educated and eliteminority bytheend of the Second World War,
itremained a crucial component ofthe SED«s largerproject of developinga
socialist Germanculture. This article describes how intertwining forces ofSoviet-
imposed socialism and German nationalism determined party music policyin the
GDR. It beginswith ...

Music In The Seventeenth And Eighteenth Centuries The Oxford History Of Western Music

Author: Richard Taruskin
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199796033
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PARTY. MUSIC. GOES. PUBLIC. In one or another linguistic variant, the term “
symphony” (symphonia, sinfonia) has been in the European musical vocabulary
since the ninth century. At first it meant what we now call “consonance,” a term
that merely substitutes Latin roots for Greek ones meaning “together-sounding” (
con = sym; sonus = phonos). By the turn of the seventeenth century, the term had
resurfaced as a prestigious “humanistic” (pseudo-Greeky) cognate to the
homelier ...