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"You Are Your Own Alternative": Performance, Pleasure, and the American Counterculture, 1965-1975
“You Are Your Own Alternative” examines influential countercultural groups in the 1960s and 1970s. In opposition to historians who dismiss the politics of the counterculture and blame the counterculture for contributing ...
Effects of music and dance training on executive functions in children
A body of evidence demonstrates superior executive functions in musicians, although most previous studies are cross-sectional. Dance, being similar to music, also offers potential for transfer to cognitive performance. A ...
Calypso: Tradition and Creativity
In this thesis, I will research the history of calypso music from the early origins to present times with an emphasis on form and structure, melodic shape and line, textural energy, instrumentation, and various other ...
"Integrated Arts" Pedagogy and Philosophy
This dissertation proposes and discusses the pedagogy and philosophy behind an original method titled IAM (Integrated Arts Method), which is an alternate experiential, integrated, conducive, and student-centered music and ...
The Effects of Musical Expertise on Sensory Processing
The goal of this thesis was to assess sensorimotor musical experience and its impact on the way that individuals perceive and interact with real-world musical stimuli. Experiment #1 investigated multisensory integration ...
The Hottentot Trot.
(New York : Stark & Cowan Inc., 1924, 1924)
Everybody rag with me.
(New York : Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1914, 1914)
Oh! that slow waltz.
(New York : Jos W. Stern & Co., 1910., 1910)
That baboon baby dance
(New York : Shapiro Music Publishing Co., 1911, 1911)
Everybody snap your fingers with me.
(New York : Kalmar & Puck Music Co., 1913, 1913)