IQ and Psychometric Test Workbook. Philip Carter. Steven Carley. Principles of Violin Playing and Teaching. Ivan Galamian. Why Math Isn't an Awful Nerd. Jason Marshall. Stephen Smith. Singing Coach Secrets. Alex London. Phonetics For Dummies. William F. Solutions for Singers. Richard Miller. Fundamental Math.
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Russell Pead. Adding American Accent. Yvonne Cranmer. Let It Out. John Newell. Algebra Survival Guide Workbook. Josh Rappaport. Joel Steinberg. Singing and the Actor.
Gillyanne Kayes. Learn to Sing! Stephen Worthing.
Your Move: A New Approach to the Study of Movement and Dance
Kaplan Test Prep. The Craft of Piano Playing. Alan Fraser. Speaking With Skill. Dudley Knight. Vowels and Consonants. Peter Ladefoged. Kendrick Jacocks. Developing Rhythmic Sensitivity. Howard Ryerson Davis.
On the Art of Singing. How to Sing. Spike Owen. Stefan Mumaw. Magic Squares: 50 Brain Teazers.
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Roy Whitlow. Arshad Iqbal. Finding Freedom to Create.
Dianne Mize. Your Voice At Its Best. David Blair McClosky. Math Talk.
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Island Possessed. Katherine Dunham.
You Can Dance. Ann Hutchinson Guest and Tina Curran, Description: This second edition of a well-known text book now offers an integrated package including an audio CD with student exercise sheets offered separately. The author takes a new approach to teaching notation through movement exercises, thus enlarging the scope of the book to teachers of movement and choreography as well as the traditional dance notation students.
Description: Motif at a Glance! Classified and tabulated for quick reference, it provides the answers to notation questions which arise while studying dance or reading or writing a Motif score.
Didactics of Dance
Language of Dance Centre Description: These small cards can be used to choreograph movement phrases which can then be developed further. Three sets are available. Set 1 covers the basic actions and their most familiar variations. Set 2 includes more specific actions which allow for more complex choreography.
Set 3 deals with supporting on various body parts, pictures are on the reverse of the cards to represent the symbol. Adam Benjamin and Lisa Simpson Description: The Simpson Board consists of colour-coded diagrams, words and Motif symbols laid out on an A3 laminated sheet. The information on the Board is dance-specific, consisting of body and movement concepts and illustrations.