Description : THE STORY: Is an imaginative reconstruction of the lives of Branwell Bronte and his sisters, Charlotte, Emily and Anne. An unconventional historic drama, it utilizes humor and fantasy sequences to illuminate the tragic fate of the lesser-known Bron
Description : A comprehensive and informed analysis explores the startlingly diverse and sophisticated fine arts in the Middle Ages. * Includes 76 illustrations
Description : Eight full-color reproductions of art masterpieces provide an electrifying focus on events in American history: the Trail of Tears, Crossing the Delaware, the Civil War, the First Thanksgiving, Paul Revere's Ride, Pioneers, the Underground Railroad, and Immigration. Each teaching unit includes an exploration of the painting, historical information, and a reproducible U.S.A. Yesterday newspaper and other activities.
Description : Overviews the political, historical, and cultural background of Greek drama and provides informative overviews of ten widely studied plays.
Description : These masterpieces will encourage the performer to play in an expressive and reflective manner. Well-suited for students who enjoy playing poignant literature. Most selections are from the Romantic period, although all periods are represented. Early intermediate to intermediate.
Description : Robert Schultz has combined the popular Rachmaninoff 18th Variation with other classical favorites to create a very exciting collection of piano solos. Included are both original piano works as well as transcriptions of famous instrumental or vocal works. A truly wonderful collection for the advancing pianist. Titles: * Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring * Polovetsian Dance * Pavane * Military Polonaise * Reverie * Maple Leaf Rag