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Glenda del E Live Recording
(GdelE Productions, 2008)
This repertoire represents a continuous tradition of Cuban Piano Music dating from the nineteenth century. It has its origins in England, Spain, France, while its rhythm and syncopated style derive from Africa.
Establishing the Modern Advertising Languages: Patent Medicine Newspaper Advertisements in Hong Kong, 1945-1970
(Oxford University Press, 2000)
This article traces the formation of modern advertising languages in Hong Kong when this society was developing into the industrialization stage and was experiencing steady economic growth in the period from 1945 through ...
Detachment & Reunification: A Chinese Graphic Design History in Greater China since 1979
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology Press, 2001)
Cuban Piano Music: Contradanza
This work is based on research, analysis, studies and performance of Cuban concert piano music. The aim of the paper is to illustrate the historical development of this music from the 19th Century repertoire of contradanzas. ...
Manhua: The Evolution of Hong Kong Cartoons and Comics
(Blackwell Publishing, 2002)
From Drawings by the Blind to Music by the Deaf
Marchetto of Padua's Theory of Modal Ranges
(Hawaii International Conference on the Arts and Humanities (HICH), 2007-01-01)
Implicit learning of Indian music by Westerners
Studies by Bigand and Barrouillet (1996), Perruchet, Bigand, and Benoit-Gonin (1997), Bigand, Perruchet, and Boyer (1998),Tillmann, Bharucha, and Bigand (2000) show that listeners exposed to only a few minutes of stimuli ...
Sacred Camp: Transgendering Faith in a Philippine Festival
(Cambridge University Press, 2007-02-01)
By embodying the paradoxes found in three webs of signification – panaad (devotional promise), sacred camp and carnivalesque during the Ati-atihan festival – Augusto Diangson, an individual of the ‘third sex’, was able to ...