Carson Musical Mobile by Glenna Jean

Carson Musical Mobile by Glenna Jean


You’ve bought the set, why not complete it? Accessorize your baby’s nursery with the Carson Musical Mobile by Glenna Jean. It’s a perfect compliment to an already gorgeous set. Plays Brahm’s lullaby. Easy to follow assembly instructions are included. The mobile arm cover is not included but is sold separately.
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Toy Chest – Musical

Toy Chest – Musical


Every day is a little brighter when you have a good friend to share it with. A young girl has found her favorite Minnie Mouse doll within a toy chest and enthusiastically lifts her high in the air. So sweet in color and design, this musical figurine plays “You Are My Sunshine.” Resin. 5 1/2″ H.
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Disney s High School Musical Gabriella Doll Toy

Disney s High School Musical Gabriella Doll Toy


Disney’s High School Musical Gabriella Doll Toy Featured In Her Most Stylish Outfit & Accessories. Posable. Recommended Ages: 3 Years & Up. Model: M6704. Based On Disney’s High School Musical
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5.75″ Musical Whimsical Frog Water Globe Glitterdome

5.75″ Musical Whimsical Frog Water Globe Glitterdome


Features a frog couple sitting on a hill with all their friends below Gift boxed Plays the tune: “Playmates” Wind up style with 18 note movement Dimensions: 5.75″H Material(s): glass/resin
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Mr. Christmas Magical Maestro Mouse with Piano Musical Table Top Decoration #14687

Mr. Christmas Magical Maestro Mouse with Piano Musical Table Top Decoration #14687


With incredible radio frequency identification technology, Maestro Mouse can play 24 favorite holiday tunes on his piano Presence activated, just place one of the music sheets on his piano and a song will play Change sheet music at any time to hear a different song Songs include: We Wish You A Merry Christmas, Jingle Bells, Deck the Halls, Silent Night, Joy to the World, The First Noel and more! Requires 4 “AA” size batteries – not included Volume control dial Dimensions: 7.75″H x 6″W x 4.5″D Material(s): plastic/metal
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5.75″ Musical Whimsical Monkey Water Globe Glitterdome

5.75″ Musical Whimsical Monkey Water Globe Glitterdome


Features a couple playful monkeys and their friends in a group below Gift boxed Plays the tune: “Magic Flute” Wind up style with 18 note movement Dimensions: 5.75″H Material(s): glass/resin
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47″ Life-Size Sound Activated Musical Dancing Haunted Witches Broom Halloween Decoration

47″ Life-Size Sound Activated Musical Dancing Haunted Witches Broom Halloween Decoration


Sound activated broom moves around the room playing music and cackling Responds to clapping or loud sounds Requires (4) “AA” size batteries – not included Convenient on/off/silent switch on base allows broom to move around with or without sound Some easy assembly required Comes gift boxed Dimensions: 47″H x 12″W x 12″D Material(s): plastic/paper
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6″ Musical “Brahm’s Lullaby” Teddy Bear on Lighted Moon Water Globe Glitterdome

6″ Musical “Brahm’s Lullaby” Teddy Bear on Lighted Moon Water Globe Glitterdome


Features a teddy bear napping on a crescent moon Lighted feature Plays the tune: “Brahm’s Lullaby” Requires 2 “AA” batteries (not included) Gift boxed Dimensions: 6″H x 4″W x 4″D Material(s): glass/resin
List Price: $ 61.00
Price: $ 61.00

6″ Musical Lighted Phantom of the Opera “Journey to the Lair” Shadow Box

6″ Musical Lighted Phantom of the Opera “Journey to the Lair” Shadow Box


Officially licensed merchandise Features The Phantom and Christine in a boat on their way to the Phantom’s Lair Plays the tune: “Overture” Requires 2 “AA” batteries (not included) Gift boxed Dimensions: 4″H x 6″W x 4.5″D Material(s): resin
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5.5″ Retro Musical Halloween TV with Rotating Scene

5.5″ Retro Musical Halloween TV with Rotating Scene


From the Halloween Decor Collection Item #35983 This retro television display features a three-dimensional, rotating halloween scene with a spooky house and halloween figures Convenient on/off switch is one of the TV’s control knobs When switched on, TV is illuminated and plays spooky halloween music Requires (3) “AAA” batteries (not included) Haunted TV comes gift-boxed Dimensions: 10″H x 4.5″W x 3.875″D Material(s): resin, wood, metal
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KATIE HANLEY “Godspell: A Musical Based on the Gospel According to St. Matthew”

KATIE HANLEY “Godspell: A Musical Based on the Gospel According to St. Matthew”


Vintage Photos Hollywood 1970’s & Above 1973 Katie, Hanley Godspell Musical Based Gospel According to, St Matthew
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Mr. Christmas Holiday Animated and Musical Box with Village Scene Decoration #14885

Mr. Christmas Holiday Animated and Musical Box with Village Scene Decoration #14885


From the Mr. Christmas Collection Item# 14885 Behind the five glass windows look upon ice skating figures The animated, illuminated scene depicts a hand painted village with with a town gazebo Plays 25 Christmas carols and 25 year-round classics Convenient on/off switch Volume dial Switch on the back lets you pick between Christmas carols or year-round songs UL listed adapter included Dimensions: 6″H x 10.5″W x 10.5″D Material(s): wood/plastic/metal/glass Note: Item does not open, key is for decorative purposes only
List Price: $ 197.99
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6.5″ Musical Twinkle Twinkle Little Star Stork with Baby Water Globe Glitterdome

6.5″ Musical Twinkle Twinkle Little Star Stork with Baby Water Globe Glitterdome


Features a baby under a mobile as a stork keeps a watchful eye on its cargo Winds up and plays the tune: “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star” 18 note movement Gift boxed Dimensions: 6.5″H Material(s): glass/resin
List Price: $ 61.00
Price: $ 61.00

Raspberry Dot Musical Mobile by N. Shelby Designs

Raspberry Dot Musical Mobile by N. Shelby Designs


The Raspberry Dot Musical Mobile is the perfect finishing touch on this fun nursery. Wind up mechanism, musical plays Brahms lullaby. Basic assembly required. Made in USA
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Price: $ 59.99

3.75″ Festive Musical Jar Candle Christmas Candleholder

3.75″ Festive Musical Jar Candle Christmas Candleholder


Features a white base adorned in holly leaves, berries, gold beads and a red bow Holds a jar candle, not included Gift boxed Plays 8 assorted tunes Requires 3 AA batteries, not included Dimensions: 3.75″H x 5.25″W x 5.25″D Material(s): ceramic
List Price: $ 44.00
Price: $ 44.00

6″ Musical “Angels We Have Heard On High” Christmas Water Globe Glitterdome

6″ Musical “Angels We Have Heard On High” Christmas Water Globe Glitterdome


Features an angel in a flowing gown softly playing the mandolin Base is wood-tone carved resin Winds up and plays the tune: “Angels We Have Heard On High” 18 note movement Gift boxed Dimensions: 6″H x 4.5″W x 4.5″D Material(s): glass/resin
List Price: $ 64.99
Price: $ 64.99

Mr. Christmas Play It Again Polar Bear Musical Table Top Decoration #1

Mr. Christmas Play It Again Polar Bear Musical Table Top Decoration #1


From the Mr. Christmas Collection Item #14571 With incredible new voice recognition technology, the interactive polar bear plays 12 Christmas carols on request and 12 more by heart Sing along, or just smile as you listen to his tunes and witty banter Requires 4 “AA” batteries – not included Songs include: We Wish You A Merry Christmas, Jingle Bells, Deck the Halls, Silent Night, Joy to the World, O Christmas Tree and more! Volume control dial Dimensions: 7″H x 6.25″W x 5″D Material(s): plastic/metal
List Price: $ 84.99
Price: $ 69.99

Pirates Cove Musical Mobile by Cotton Tale Designs

Pirates Cove Musical Mobile by Cotton Tale Designs


Part of the Pirates Cove baby bedding collection, ships set sail round a pirate underneath a black and white dot canopy to the tune of Brahms Lullaby. A blue print sheaths the mobile neck.
List Price: $ 59.99
Price: $ 59.99

Penny Lane Musical Mobile by Cotton Tale Designs

Penny Lane Musical Mobile by Cotton Tale Designs


Penny Lane musical mobile has a roush trimmed canopy in eggplant mosaic. Four flowers with roush centers and a center butterfly dance around under the canopy to Brahmans lullaby. The arm cover is in retro floral. Mobiles should be removed from the crib when the baby begins to sit & pull up.
List Price: $ 69.99
Price: $ 69.99

Greer Grammer Sounds Off On Everything From Bachelor in Paradise to The O.C. Musical

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A musical chicken on your birthday Greeting Card

A musical chicken on your birthday Greeting Card


5 x 7 Paper Greeting Card
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6.5″ Musical Twinkle Twinkle Little Star Stork with Baby Water Globe G

6.5″ Musical Twinkle Twinkle Little Star Stork with Baby Water Globe G


Features a baby under a mobile as a stork keeps a watchful eye on its cargo Winds up and plays the tune: “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star” 18 note movement Gift boxed Dimensions: 6.5″H Material(s): glass/resin
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Set of 6 Classic Gold and Black Musical Cherubs Christmas Ornaments 8″

Set of 6 Classic Gold and Black Musical Cherubs Christmas Ornaments 8″


Depicts gold and black musical cherub ornaments playing instruments Fully dimensional ornament Comes ready to hang on a gold cord Set comes in 2 separate packs Dimensions: 8″H x 3″W Material(s): resin Pack includes 3 of the cherubs shown for a total of 6 ornaments
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Halilit Shake N Roll Musical Instrument Gift Set

Halilit Shake N Roll Musical Instrument Gift Set


Fascinate baby with this gorgeous musical gift set! The Halilit Shake? n Roll set features a beautiful Mini Rainbomaker and a super cute Ocean Drum, making the perfect gift for any budding musical maestro! The Mini Rainbomaker is a real, durable musical instrument which recreates the soft sound of falling rain. By turning the Rainbomaker, baby will be able to watch as the colourful beads cascade through the tube, creating fascinating sounds and visual effectS that will delight young children. The Ocean Drum is a fascinating drum for tiny tots! Baby can watch as cascading colourful beads create soft sea sounds against a beautifully illustrated fun background, complete with charming fish characters. You are invited to introduce your children to the magical world of music and rhythm through Halilit’s beautiful range of musical toys, designed and developed especially for babies and toddlers, with music in our minds. All Halilit products meet the highest manufacturing and educational standards and there is no better way to encourage a child?s development than to start them with our authentic musical instruments.

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5.75″ Musical Whimsical Frog Water Globe Glitterdome

5.75″ Musical Whimsical Frog Water Globe Glitterdome


Features a frog couple sitting on a hill with all their friends below Gift boxed Plays the tune: “Playmates” Wind up style with 18 note movement Dimensions: 5.75″H Material(s): glass/resin
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Price: $ 45.00

6″ Musical “Angels We Have Heard On High” Christmas Water Globe Glitte

6″ Musical “Angels We Have Heard On High” Christmas Water Globe Glitte


Features an angel in a flowing gown softly playing the mandolin Base is wood-tone carved resin Winds up and plays the tune: “Angels We Have Heard On High” 18 note movement Gift boxed Dimensions: 6″H x 4.5″W x 4.5″D Material(s): glass/resin
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6″ Musical “Brahm’s Lullaby” Teddy Bear on Lighted Moon Water Globe Gl

6″ Musical “Brahm’s Lullaby” Teddy Bear on Lighted Moon Water Globe Gl


Features a teddy bear napping on a crescent moon Lighted feature Plays the tune: “Brahm’s Lullaby” Requires 2 “AA” batteries (not included) Gift boxed Dimensions: 6″H x 4″W x 4″D Material(s): glass/resin
List Price: $ 61.00
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Club Pack of 12 Violin Musical Instrument Christmas Ornaments 5″

Club Pack of 12 Violin Musical Instrument Christmas Ornaments 5″


Wooden Violin Christmas Ornaments Item #W2583 Finely crafted violin ornaments feature a shiny finish Fully dimensional ornaments Come ready-to-hang on mono filament line hangers Dimensions: 5″H x 1.5″W Material(s): wood/plastic Pack of 12 – includes 6 of each ornament shown
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Koala Baby “Forest Friends” Musical Mobile

Koala Baby “Forest Friends” Musical Mobile


Soothe and amuse baby with this musical mobile from Koala Baby! Plush animal characters revolve to the tune of Brahms’s lullaby. The sturdy clip clamps onto cribs, play yards, and elsewhere. Check out our selection of coordinating Koala Baby nursery gear! Birth to 5 Months Made in China

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Sound Play: Video Games and the Musical Imagination

Sound Play: Video Games and the Musical Imagination


Video games open portals into fantastical worlds where imaginative play prevails. The virtual medium seemingly provides us with ample opportunities to behave and act out with relative safety and impunity. Or does it? Sound Play explores the aesthetic, ethical, and sociopolitical stakes of our engagements with gaming’s audio phenomena-from sonic violence to synthesized operas, from democratic music-making to vocal sexual harassment. Author William Cheng shows how the simulated environments of games empower designers, composers, players, and scholars to test and tinker with music, noise, speech, and silence in ways that might not be prudent or possible in the real world. In negotiating utopian and alarmist stereotypes of video games, Sound Play synthesizes insights from across musicology, sociology, anthropology, communications, literary theory, and philosophy. With case studies that span Final Fantasy VI, Silent Hill, Fallout 3, The Lord of the Rings Online, and Team Fortress 2, this book insists that what we do in there-in the safe, sound spaces of games-can ultimately teach us a great deal about who we are and what we value (musically, culturally, humanly) out here. Foreword by Richard Leppert Video Games Live cover image printed with permission from Tommy Tallarico

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Watch Cara Delevingne Play Musical Instruments, Get Happy

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It’s official: Cara Delevingne is now a triple threat.

The model-actress can also jam out on the drums and guitar. The Paper Towns star showed off some mad drum skills on Spanish talk show El Hormiguero today.

After the host insisted, the Dolce & Gabbana-clad star took to the guitar and, later, the drums in the most adorable and hilarious way that only she can. Turns out, she’s pretty good. See for yourself:

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Merry Christmas – Musical Water Globe

Merry Christmas – Musical Water Globe


Christmas greetings are always welcome from friends who are big, small, and even feathered. This cuddly critter gives the best gift of all this season – his friendship. A thoughtful gift to add whimsy to any decor! 100mm musical water globe, plays “We Wish You A Merry Christmas.” Resin/glass. 5 1/2″ H.
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Music Teacher Thank You Black and White Musical Notes Greeting Card

Music Teacher Thank You Black and White Musical Notes Greeting Card


5 x 7 Paper Greeting Card
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The Politics of the Fourth of July From Musical Theatre

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As we approach the celebration of America’s 239th year of independence, Americans can learn about their revolutionary past from many sources, including an unexpected one: musical theatre.

The intersection between politics and musical theatre is small, indeed. One current anomaly is the hottest show in New York City, even though it does not open on Broadway until July 15. Hamilton, the creation of Lin-Manuel Miranda, opened to near-universal raves off-Broadway, and it relies on historian Ron Chernow’s important biography of Alexander Hamilton.

Some 46 years ago, another musical set in the eighteenth century opened to acclaim, capturing the Tony Award for best musical. Set primarily in Philadelphia’s Independence Hall, 1776 tells the story of the fateful weeks leading up to the writing and ratification of the Declaration of Independence by the Second Continental Congress. Given this thumbnail description, one might expect either a ponderous or puffed treatment of those tumultuous days.

Surprisingly, however, the show’s enduring popularity (it was also made into a film in 1972 with most of the original stage cast, including the estimable William Daniels in the starring role of John Adams) attests to the skill and dexterity of its authors. Yes, historical figures depicted on stage burst into song from time to time, and while that art form may turn aside some, those who accept the conceit — which is, after all, the conceit of all musical theatre — find real meat on the historical bones of this show.

(Disclaimer: I am both a political scientist who has written some on the founding period, and currently have a small role in Central New York’s Cortland Repertory Theatre company’s production of 1776. Fittingly, its final performance is July 4.)

The play’s representation of the central characters reflects their historical personas: for example, we learn at the outset that John Adams is “obnoxious and disliked,” as indeed he was. Maryland’s Samuel Chase was discourteously dubbed “bacon-face” by his congressional colleagues, owing to his girth and prodigious appetite. Rhode Island delegate Stephen Hopkins was a prodigious drinker, and so on.

Beyond this, however, the production includes extended discussions of the key issues at stake — many of which continue to bedevil the country today. Commander-in-Chief George Washington’s numerous gloomy dispatches about the abysmal condition of his military in the face of superior British forces were enough to “depress a hyena,” as Delaware’s Thomas McKean lamented. When Adams wails at the top of the show, “By God I have had this Congress!” it could just as easily be Barack Obama speaking in 2015.

During a scene when Declaration chief author Thomas Jefferson is defending the document to skeptical Pennsylvania delegate John Dickinson, who asserts that America lacks the right to rebel, Jefferson counters by citing British political thinker John Locke’s contract theory of governance (whose writing profoundly influenced Jefferson): “When a king becomes a tyrant he thereby breaks the contract binding his subjects to him.”

Income inequality and the privilege of wealth inflame passions when Dickinson defends the influence of wealthy elites in a nation of relative poverty. Congress’s President John Hancock notes that the body’s conservatives are unlikely to marshal much support in the country because “there are not enough men of property in America to dictate policy.” “Perhaps not,” Dickinson retorts, “but don’t forget that most men with nothing would rather protect the possibility of becoming rich than face the reality of being poor. And that is why they will follow us.” Koch brothers, anyone?

States’ rights and the relative balance of state versus national power sparks an exchange between delegates when South Carolina’s Edward Rutledge asks John Adams what the goal is beyond achieving independence. “We intend to become one nation,” Adams replies, to which Rutledge expresses his preference for “a nation of sovereign states, united for our mutual protection, but separate for our individual pursuits.” Preference for a weak national government finds expression in the nation’s first constitution, the Articles of Confederation (1777). Yet that document’s manifest weaknesses lead to its eclipse by the document of 1787, that far exceeded Rutledge’s call for a limited national government. Last week’s historic Supreme Court rulings on the Affordable Care Act and same sex marriage are but the most recent examples of the continuing struggle over federal versus state power.

Most centrally, the debate over the Declaration’s wording leads to the climactic moment in the show when the southern delegates walk out in protest of wording in the document condemning slavery. That near-rupture was staved off by the wording’s excision. Obviously, slavery would continue to cast its shadow over the country until the bloody Civil War finally ended the practice. As we know today, of course, it hardly ended the pall of fractured race relations which continue to rile our politics.

Finally, musical theatre is a distinctly American phenomenon. The mix of drama, historical text, humor and stirring music in 1776 gives a life to our past in a way that the likes of Ben Franklin might have appreciated, if not enjoyed.

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Baby Einstein Take Along Tunes Musical Toy

Baby Einstein Take Along Tunes Musical Toy


Promote music appreciation and auditory development by introducing your little one to baby-friendly versions of classical masterpieces by Mozart, Vivaldi, Chopin and Rossini with the Baby Einstein Take along Tunes. A large, easy to press button allows your baby to toggle through 7 high quality and enjoyable classical melodies at home, or for on-the-go fun. This baby’s version of an ‘MP3 player’ has colorful lights that dance across the screen to enhance each entertaining melody and promote visual perception.

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Get Excited, ‘The O.C.’ Is Becoming A Musical

Californiaaa, here we comeeee!

Forget the reboot — we’re now in the era of the musical adaptation. After news of a “Full House” musical and “Clueless” musical, “The O.C.” is the latest TV show to get the on-stage treatment, according to Variety. The teen drama, which originally ran from 2003 to 2007 on Fox, is being turned into a musical in Los Angeles. The sad news? The show will only run for one night on Aug. 30.

“The O.C. Musical” comes from the producers behind “Cruel Intentions: The Musical,” with Jordan Ross directing and Lindsey Rosin producing. They’ve even set up a Twitter account to share updates on the special production. So far, we know the show will feature characters Seth Cohen, Luke Ward, Sandy Cohen, Kirsten Cohen and show creator Josh Schwartz — played by BuzzFeed’s senior entertainment editor, Jarett Wieselman. Here’s what else we know:

Who’s playing Luke Ward:

…and Sandy Cohen:

Though they haven’t cast Seth Cohen yet:


The show will feature songs from the series, such as “Paint the Silence” when Marissa and Ryan kissed on a Ferris wheel:


There will be a Death Cab for Cutie cover:


The show takes place before Taylor Townsend joined in Season 3:


Sadly, the won’t be any Chrismukkah in the musical:


Keep your eye on The O.C. Musical’s Twitter account for more details.

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Disney s High School Musical Girl s Star Dazzle White Blue Tin Lunch Box

Disney s High School Musical Girl s Star Dazzle White Blue Tin Lunch Box


Disney’s High School Musical Girl’s Star Dazzle White/Blue Tin Lunch Box Features Sharpay & Ryan On Front & Back & The Rest Of The Cast All Around Them . Double Zip Around Top Closure. Top Handle Is Made Of Colorful Plastic Beads. Dimensions: 5 x 5.5 x 5 Inches. Recommended Age: 3 Years & Up
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Music Lover Birthday – Saxophone Player and Musical Notes Greeting Card

Music Lover Birthday – Saxophone Player and Musical Notes Greeting Card


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‘Cosmic Consultants’ Starsky + Cox Hit New York With Musical Show For Summer Solstice

The world’s “psychics to the stars” will take to the New York stage just in time for the summer solstice.

Real-life married couple Stella Starsky and Quinn Cox, known internationally as Starsky + Cox, put a comic (and musical) twist on the age-old art of astrology in “Starring: A Midsummer’s Evening of Entertaining Enlightenment,” which hits Joe’s Pub at New York’s Public Theater on June 21. The pair, who you may recognize from their appearances on “Chelsea Lately,” VH1 and MTV, promise the new show will “seamlessly marry the high and low, the esoteric and the pop, the sexy and sublime, the cosmic and the comic.”

The Huffington Post spoke with Starsky + Cox, who are the authors of the beloved best-seller, Sextrology, via email about the new show, how gender and sexuality play into astrology and whether or not star signs can really impact romantic compatibility.

What surprises can we expect from your show, “Starring”?
Well we suppose it’s a surprise in itself that you can catch a couple of cosmic comics with a metaphysical music act performing live at Joe’s Pub, although we have done so for over five years. But people are probably most amazed by the audience interaction. Total strangers will have sent us their birth stats and we read their astrological charts live on the spot. They might expect us to poke fun, improvising with them, but what is most stupifying is how freakily accurate we can be. It’s not a Starsky + Cox show unless we see some shock beneath the laughter. And of course our sketches and patter strike chords of truthiness even if they seem to come from outer space. People find it surprising that they can belly laugh at jokes about high-minded subjects like mythology or the multiverse.


How do gender and sexuality play into astrology? How would, for example, a gay man’s astrological chart differ from that of a straight person who is born on the same day?

It’s all about archetype. The whole premise of our book Sextrology which is subtitled The Astrology of Sex and the Sexes is foremost about gender and sexuality. A person born on the same day in the same place at the same exact time will have the same chart as you do. And they will inherit the same archetypal ingredients. However, there is a spectrum, a paradoxical nature, to every placement of a planet in a sign in an astrological house in a person’s chart. (Think of twins. They can have an almost exact birth chart, but they tend to gravitate to different polarities within their astrological make-up, to express their individuality, in relief. Still, there are so many examples of twins who were separated at birth leading lives, down to the most minute detail, that are similar.)

In general terms of sun-sign astrology there are a number of archetypes assigned to each of the signs In our book Sextrology separate male signs from female signs into 24 instead of the traditional 12. But within, say, the male sign of Sagittarius, there are a number of archetypes on which that individual might draw, in sweeping terms. And we start with the classic archetypes, those of the gods and demigods, who are really just personifications of energy, characters that echo through fairytales and literature, film and drama, television and comic books, and whose energy we, as living-breathing people also take on. Of course, sitting with a client and looking at their individual chart we can go infinitely deeper in the exploration of their individual selves.

I hear so much talk of not signing contracts, etc. during mercury retrograde, for example. How much would you say that a person should (or shouldn’t) rely on astrology when making major life decisions?
In our private consultancy, we never tell a client they should or should not do a particular thing. We explore the landscape of potentiality available to them at any given time, to help them make informed decisions with eyes wide open.

That said, this last Mercury retrograde that ended last week was a total ass kicker and we were pretty verbal about letting things wait that could wait. Not because the outcome would be unfavorable—Mercury doesn’t have much control over that—but, named for the trickster god, that planet can mess with our heads in the process, throwing monkey wrenches in our path. But even so: the effects of Mercury are designed to keep our minds sharp, while making us more flexible and versatile in our approach to circumstance. Tough love from a tiny planet.

Astrological compatibility between partners — important, or no? Is this any more or less significant in same-sex relationships? Can a couple who are astrologically opposed somehow make it work?
Without zeroing in on the specific charts of two actual individuals who are in an intimate relationship, and just speaking, as we do in our books, in general terms of sun-sign astrology, there are still some pretty specific peaks and valleys endemic to a certain relationship between sex signs. This was the premise of our second book, Cosmic Coupling, to which, much to our chagrin, our publisher would only dedicate a single page to same sex relationships, whilst straight relationships were given full spreads. No pun intended. (The limiting and omitting of gay content in our books has seen us pull it from markets like Russia and has informed our choices, moving forward, in the traditional publishing world.)

But to answer your question: Every relationship can work. Different signs tend to access or spotlight different parts of our own personalities, in broad terms, and the emphasis of the relationship will vary, depending on the sign combination. We tend to play different roles in relationship with different signs. And just as we might find ourselves being attracted to a person of a particular sign, time and again, or they to us, we are often quite aware which relationships are sustainable or combustible as the case may be.

How would an astrological chart differ for a transgender person as opposed to gay or straight?
Again the chart doesn’t change and we think the question you’re asking is: can it be that a straight person and a gay person and a transgender person all born in exactly the same place at the exact instant have the same chart — which they do — and the answer would be yes. The zodiac is a pretty amazing, age-old, timeless mandala for existence. And it has always seemed to know things that we modern folk only then “discover” via math or the sciences, in time.

The astrological system sees sexuality and gender as being far more fluid than our overly categorial minds will often allow. What qualities of self that the straight, gay or transgender individual born at precisely the same time in the same place actually do share will be far more astounding than how they identify in regard to gender or sexuality. They can have all the same cosmic ingredients but embody a different recipe.

Also, in regard to transgender individuals: We find it more apt to discuss them in terms of gender, not in terms of sexuality. Just as we maintain that men and women (who identify as such) are different archetypes, one from another, so too are transgender people of a particular sign; but we’ve yet been able to express that in book form. [Put a pin] in that because doing so is part of our plan.

Musically, what can we expect from the new show?
Music has always been the icing for us. That said, we have gone further with it. Matt Ray has been our musical director now for the last five years an he’s the best in the business. We choose songs that tell a story and fit the theme of the show without hitting people over the head with them. We have individually found our own voices and have performed, more, separately in recent years—Stella Starsky’s solo show “Birth of the American Baroness” will be at Joe’s Pub on July 23 — and choosing songs to do together is always easy and fun. You might hear anything from X (the band) to Blossom Dearie in this show. And Patrick Johnson will be joining us along with special guest Phoebe Legere.

“Starring: A Midsummer’s Evening of Entertaining Enlightenment” hits Joe’s Pub at New York’s Public Theater on June 21. Head here for more details.

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‘Gilmore Girls’ Creator Amy Sherman-Palladino Is Working On A Musical

Attention Stars Hollow: “Gilmore Girls” creator Amy Sherman-Palladino has announced that she is working on a musical and a show for Amazon.

“I’m writing the book to a musical right now,” Amy Sherman-Palladino told moderator Danielle Nussbaum during her ATX panel on Saturday morning. “It just happened.”

She didn’t provide many details, only telling the crowd that it’s “based on a movie nobody would have seen.”

“I’m just going to say it’s original,” she said, stopping herself from revealing to much. “It’s original. Fuck it.”

She also (fleetingly) mentioned that she is working a new show. Since her run “Bunheads” like “Gimore Girls” ended abruptly and far too soon, getting more TV form Sherman-Palladino is great thing.

“I’m working on a pilot for the delightful Amazon company,” she said, before launching into a story about getting caught in the door on her way into their offices. “That’s what I’m working on right now.”

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Cameron Crowe Leads A Musical Tour Through His Filmography

After over 30 years as a writer and director in Hollywood, Cameron Crowe’s reputation precedes him.

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Coldplay Wrote A ‘Game Of Thrones’ Musical For Red Nose Day

Ever wonder what a “Game of Thrones” musical would sound like? Now you don’t have to, thanks to Coldplay.

Chris Martin and the rest of his bandmates penned a “GoT” musical sketch in support of NBC’s Red Nose Day, “a campaign dedicated to raising money for children and young people living in poverty.” The network teased the sketch, which will air on Thursday, with two clips.The first features Peter Dinklage singing as Tyrion about all the deaths in the HBO series:

The second has a more Coldplay-esque mellow tempo with Nikolaj Coster-Waldau singing as Jaime asking Cersei to lend him a hand (ha ha):

The collaboration between Coldplay and the HBO show is not much of a surprise. Fans will remember that the band’s drummer Will Champion had a cameo in the Red Wedding episode. Now perhaps Tyrion and Jorah will sing some Westerosi tunes this season.

“Game of Thrones” airs on Sundays at 9:00 p.m. ET on HBO.

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From Musical Theater to Miranda Lambert’s Opening Act: Courtney Cole’s Country Music Journey with #NoFilter

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Courtney Cole’s first time singing in front of an audience was almost her last. The wide-eyed eleven-year-old spent weeks preparing to sing in front of her Louisiana church for the first time. She was so confident in her preparation and eager to make her debut that right before she went onstage, she asked her piano accompanist to forego the song’s introduction.

“It was a disaster,” Cole recalls. “I started singing in the wrong key. I knew it right away, but I couldn’t figure out how to switch when the piano came in. I barely finished, and then I immediately went to the bathroom and cried my eyes out. I told my mom I would never, ever sing again.”

Despite the traumatic experience, Cole’s fifth-grade resilience kicked in and she was singing in church again a couple of weeks later. Church performances soon turned into musical theater, which led Cole to attend the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts near her hometown of Mandeville, Louisiana, as a high schooler.

“I’ve always loved to perform and feel so at home on stage,” Cole says. “I know this sounds so generic, but I love Wicked. My family names all of our animals after Wicked; my mom had a fish named Glinda, and her dog’s name is Elphaba. There’s a spell that Elphaba says in the play, ‘Eleka nahmen nahmen ah tum ah tum eleka nahmen,’ and that’s my dog’s name. I call her Ellie for short. Now I just need a boy dog to name Fiyero!”

Musical theater came so naturally for Cole that she almost pursued the passion after high school until a conversation with her church’s worship pastor helped change her course. “I had a scholarship to go to school in Alabama for musical theater,” she says. “My worship pastor said, ‘You don’t need to go do that that. You need to do your ultimate dream, which is touring and being onstage and singing music that you’ve written.'”

Inspired by the conversation, Cole applied to Belmont University in Nashville. “I got in at the last audition they had for the year and moved to Nashville, and I’ve been here ever since.”

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“I majored in commercial voice,” Cole says. “Thank God that’s a major! What else would I have majored in? Accounting? I couldn’t!” she adds with a laugh. “Music is the only thing I’m good at. There’s nothing else I would want to do. I respect and appreciate the people who do the business side of [music] so much because it’s just so hard. I did it for a while, and I couldn’t even think. It just wasn’t me.”

Cole calls her journey “your typical Nashville story.” She explains, “I worked my way up. After I graduated, I got an internship at a publishing company…from a guy I met on MySpace, actually,” the singer adds. “I worked there doing a bunch of odd jobs. I would work from 9 – 5, then sing and write from 6 – 10, because that’s what I ultimately wanted to do. The company executives saw what I was doing and decided to give me a publishing deal! That’s where my journey as a professional songwriter and artist really began. I’ve been refining my writing and crafting my sound over the last couple of years, and here I am now. “

Here is a place Cole describes as “exactly where I’ve always dreamed I would be.” She has a new music video, “Drunk,” which is making waves on CMT and GAC. Her Spotify-exclusive acoustic EP, #NoFilter, has been received well by fans and critics alike, and she’ll join one of her country idols, Miranda Lambert, on an all-female country tour this fall.

“Making the video for ‘Drunk’ was one of the best experiences of my life,” Cole gushes. “When we were finished, I looked at my manager and said, ‘Can we do that again?’ It was just a really fun day. It brought in the music side and my theater side.”

The video was shot in Nashville, but Cole infused elements of New Orleans as a tribute to a town that she says has been a constant inspiration. “Personality-wise, music-wise, color-wise, it’s just so inspiring,” she says. “That’s all the stuff I want to bring out in my music. We couldn’t film in New Orleans because Mardi Gras was going on, so we decided to bring Mardi Gras to Nashville! If you look closely, you can see fleurs-de-lis in a few places in the video.”

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The song “Drunk” was the product of a writer’s retreat between Cole and co-writers Catt Gravitt, Gerald O’Brien, and Shirazi.”We wrote five songs that trip, but we knew right away there was something really special about ‘Drunk,'” Cole says. “What you hear on Spotify is actually the acoustic work tape that we did in the cabin that day. I knew it would make the perfect first single and be a great stepping stone for the album.” (Fans can find the fully-produced version of “Drunk” on iTunes.)

Cole’s Spotify-exclusive debut also includes the beautiful ballad “Fall Like Rain,” which provides a great balance to the fun, upbeat “Drunk” and “Can’t Buy Love.” The inspirational “Cool Girl” finishes out the four-song collection, making it a very strong showing for the Louisiana native, who is road-tested, to say the least.

She has played hundreds of shows supporting acts including Chris Young, Thompson Square, and Kip Moore. But she shows she’s most excited about are yet to come. This fall, she will join one of her country-music heroes, Miranda Lambert, on a resurrection of Lambert’s Roadside Bars and Pink Guitars Tour at venues across the country. The all-female lineup includes Lambert, Cole, “God Made Girls” singer RaeLynn, Lambert’s Pistol Annies partner-in-crime Ashley Monroe, and up-and-coming country artist Clare Dunn.

“I’m so excited for the tour. It feels so surreal,” Cole says. “Miranda’s music changed songwriting for me. She changed the way that I view music in general, and writing from a personal standpoint. Her writing helped me get down to the truth of who I am as a writer and find what I want to say to the world, and it just made me want to be better.”

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Although landing the tour with Miranda is a dream come true for the young artist, she’s quick to note that there are many dreams left to achieve. And the best way to make those dreams come true? Believe in them, she says.

“If I could sum up my story in one sentence, it would be that dreams really do come true, and with a little hard work and staying positive, you can make anything happen,” she says with conviction. “Your thoughts really do become your life. When I was a little girl, I would sit in my room and pretend like I was on tour. I would see the arena in my head. And the fact that I’m here now, and get to go out and play my music live on the road, it’s amazing! But I knew that was going to happen from the time I was a little girl, because I believed it.”

Country fans had better believe they’ll be hearing a LOT from Courtney Cole in the future. Between now and the kickoff of the Roadside Bars and Pink Guitars Tour in September, country fans can enjoy her acoustic EP, #NoFilter, exclusively on Spotify. For more information, visit CourtneyColeMusic.com.

Live photo courtesy of Courtney Cole. Professional photos by Ivan Clow.

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Deborah Cox Describes ‘The Bodyguard’ Musical Role As A ‘Dream Of A Lifetime’

The musical theatre adaptation of Lawrence Kasdan’s 1992 Oscar-nominated film, “The Bodyguard” will make its North American debut with its Fall 2016 national tour.

The award-winning musical, which premiered at London’s Adelphi Theatre in Dec. 2012, will star Grammy Award-nominated singer-songwriter Deborah Cox as Rachel Marron (previously played by X-Factor winner Alexandra Burke) and directed by British theatre director Thea Sharrock.

Cox is keeping busy this summer. In addition to the announcement of her new musical gig, she is prepping the Summer release of her forthcoming album “Work Of Art,” and currently stars in a musical based on of the life of Josephine Baker. Cox will also co-host the Clear Channel Spectacolor’s simulcast of the 2015 Tony Awards on June 7.

In an exclusive statement to The Huffington Post, the multi-talented Canadian native says she is excited about her involvement in all three projects.

“I am honored to be chosen to co-host and perform with Justin Guarini for The Tony Awards in Times Square simulcast event,” she wrote.

“I am also honored to represent two of the most iconic and historic women of the 20th century with the Broadway bound ‘Josephine’ project and now the ‘Bodyguard.’ As a performing artist, it’s a dream of a lifetime to now have an opportunity to not only sing, but to also feature my acting and dancing talents. What a blessing!”

Additional casting and tour cities for “The Bodyguard” will be announced at a later date.

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Stage Door: One Hand Clapping, Clinton the Musical

2015-05-16-1431805344-3138059-OneHand.jpgOne Hand Clapping, at 59E59 Theaters, is a thoughtful and engaging dark comedy.

Adapted and seamlessly directed by Lucia Cox from the novel by Anthony Burgess, of A Clockwork Orange fame, it kicks off the Brits Off-Broadway fest. Howard (Oliver Devoti) and Janet (Eve Burley) Shirley live a provincial existence. She works at a local supermarket and waxes rhapsodic over baked beans and toast; Howard, a used car salesman, is as negative as his wife is positive: “What are we, really? We don’t have much to give the world.”

Howard thinks it’s a wicked world, plagued by rampant consumerism and the threat of nuclear war. His one desire — to live like a millionaire for a month, then “to snuff it” — is admittedly novel. So is his tactic to secure a victory over circumstances. He decides to go on a quiz show, armed with a photographic mind and a relentless determination to win.

The fun is taking the journey with these two quirky people, the disciplined, exacting Howard, who, in Oliver Devoti’s hands is beautifully modulated and recognizable as a man painfully aware of his limitations. Similarly, Eve Burley is excellent as Janet, a simple, friendly woman who takes comfort in the ordinary, but yearns, however quietly, for something more. Plus, Meriel Pym’s set and costumes are spot-on.

A searing look at the changing mores of the ’60s, juxtaposed with the peppy black-and-white ads that run during the show. Advertising’s vapidness mirrors a post-war Britain aping American consumption. What happened, Howard muses, to the gravitas of earlier times?

At 80 minutes without an intermission, One Hand Clapping is an intimate, riveting ride. In this tiny theater, big things happen.

Crosstown, a larger off-Broadway venue takes on politics, always fertile ground for satire — and the Clinton years, with sex, scandal and Republican skullduggery, offered it up in buckets. So it’s probably no surprise that Clinton the Musical, now off-Broadway at New World Stages, has landed at the same time Hillary is running for president. 2015-05-16-1431805125-2264057-HuffPoClinton.jpg

It begins in 1993, when President Bill Clinton (Tom Galantich) takes office. He’s young, charismatic and Democratic, to the horror of GOP leaders, the food-obsessed Newt Gingrich (John Treacy Egan) and a gay, leather-loving Kenneth Starr (a joyously over-the-top Kevin Zak). They plot to unseat the new president by whatever means necessary — even if it means digging deeply into his Arkansas past and disrupting much need health-care reform.

What’s good public policy next to the obsession with power?

While the Republicans come in for their just slams, in a script that follows the roller-coaster ride that was Clinton’s impeachment, it also posits two Bills: WJ, the caring, responsible one, and Billy, the wild, womanizing playboy (Duke Lafoon). Only one person, an uber-ambitious Hillary (Kerry Butler) sees them both — at the same time!

And there in lies the conundrum of the Clinton years. Throw in a crazed Linda Tripp (Judy Gold) and a saucy Monica Lewinsky (a terrific Veronica J. Kuehn), and the fast-paced, over-the-top parody is complete. Paul Hodge’s score zings everyone, from the scandal-loving, fact-ignoring press to the right-wing conspiracy determined to take the president down at any cost.

One quibble: It’s too heavy-handed when driving home Hillary’s presidential ambitions. Men strive for the presidency with ferocity — and if you’re last name is Bush, blatant entitlement. Why not women?

Dan Knechtges’s direction is zippy and fun and his cast delivers. For political junkies, Clinton the Musical delivers all the wacky elements of power politics in red, white and blue.

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It has never been easier or more fun for students to compose, improvise, arrange, and produce music and music-related projects than with today’s technology. Written in a practical, accessible manner, Using Technology to Unlock Musical Creativity offers both a framework for and practical tips on the technology tools best suited for encouraging students’ authentic musical creativity. Author Scott Watson makes a compelling case for creativity-based music learning through eight teacher-tested principles that access, nurture, and develop students’ potential for musical expression. Example after example illustrates each principle in a variety of music teaching and technology scenarios. Watson also includes practical ideas for technology-based creative music activities, locating lesson plans and other resources, and assessing creative work. The book provides detailed plans for dozens of attractive projects, each linked to MENC National Standards, and also offers suggestions for making adaptations according to grade level and technology proficiency. Additionally, it includes a valuable section of resources with tips for setting up a computer music workstation, a plain-language description of how digital audio works, and a music education technology glossary. Most of the activities described can be carried out by novice users with free or low-cost music applications. The book also features a comprehensive companion website with dozens of audio and video examples as well as many downloadable worksheets, rubrics, and activity files. Visit the companion website at www. oup.com/us/musicalcreativity.

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Sheryl Crow’s Winding Musical Road

Last week I stumbled upon Variety‘s positive review of Diner, a musical running for a limited time at Arlington’s Signature Theater. The production, based on Barry Levinson’s 1982 film, Diner, teamed Levinson up with Sheryl Crow. For the first time, Crow has scored a musical, and the result is a sold-out show for seven weeks. As I read the review, I battled conflicting emotions: happy for the play’s positive reception and angry that I wasn’t on the East Coast to see it — disappointed that I’d miss this latest turn in Sheryl Crow’s refreshingly unpredictable and musically liberated career.

Sometime during the fall of 1993, I was driving home from middle school with my mom listening to WNEW, New York City’s now-defunct legendary rock ‘n’ roll radio station. At the time, it played mostly classic rock standards, but on rare occasions a contemporary artist would slip through into rotation. These were still the days when DJs could handpick songs for their shifts and, if a new artist filtered into sets of Led Zeppelin, Bob Dylan, the Rolling Stones or Eric Clapton, listeners noticed. I was sitting in the front seat of the car and had already begun flipping through my math homework when I heard Scott Muni’s gravely voice interrupt his daily 3 p.m. block of afternoon music. “This is the first time we’re playing this here on WNEW,” he began. I could hear him fumbling with the plastic CD case and flipping through the liner notes to read from the track listing. “She’s Sheryl Crow, a singer from California, and this is her single, ‘Leaving Las Vegas.'”

The drums started, a simple beat amid handclaps. But when Sheryl Crow started to sing, the crackling rawness of her voice broke the song open and out poured a barely optimistic tale of a woman whose desperation to leave one life behind allowed for splinters of hope to start anew. It was a mesmerizing sound, a captivating tale — and something that filled a critical void in contemporary music. By the early-1990s, I was conveniently flopping between two musical landscapes: grunge had exploded and permeated my school hallways, but having Baby Boomer parents, I also grew up on the musical greats of the 1960s and 1970s. When I heard “Leaving Las Vegas” for the first time, it was as if these two musical eras had collapsed into one.

A month later, when I bought Tuesday Night Music Club at the local record store, I felt as though I had finally found my music. The album was a whirlwind to listen to — a fluid trip through sounds and emotions that had the lyrical angst of the mid-1990s Gen X culture, but the music of a modern-day Big Pink. “The Na Na Song” spit out a force of cosmic-manic energy that somehow balanced “I Shall Believe” with enough poignancy to close the record with a pleading hymnal beyond just a gentle ballad. I’d listen for hours, painting pictures in my imagination of the characters in those songs. I promised myself that when I got older, I would travel through life to find my own set of characters — to grasp the excitement and adventure that Tuesday Night Music Club awakened in me.

For the next 20 years, Sheryl Crow’s music played against the background of my life, becoming a steady companion through adolescence and into adulthood. There was the summer after high school graduation when my friends and I sang along to “Everyday Is a Winding Road” as we whipped our cars around deserted country roads into the early morning hours. Or the night of September 11, 2001 when I left a candlelight vigil and cried in my car listening to “Riverwide” in the parking lot, too upset to drive. Or those endless months of 14-hour workdays when I walked home from the subway on cold, snowy Brooklyn nights listening to “There Goes the Neighborhood.” Or the day that I moved to Los Angeles and played “Long Road Home” while I carried boxes into a new apartment in a new city. Every album was like a new book with each song telling a unique story of a specific time and place — sometimes through the linear reality of everyday life and others through an existential journey of amorphous self-realization.

I thought about these memories as I learned more about Diner and read about the “delicious harmonies… enhanced by insightful lyrics” that Crow had written for the 1950’s rock musical. I wondered how, in this post-MTV age where it is rare for musicians to maintain careers beyond a flash of massive popularity, Sheryl Crow has navigated decades-long relevance within a swiftly changing musical and cultural landscape.

Sure, there’s the versatility of her songwriting — and years of touring and promotions. But, there is also a willingness to stray from any singular musical path that audiences have come to expect from Sheryl Crow. This freedom to take risks — to release a contemporary country album on the heels of a Memphis R&B soul album, to duet with Pavarotti, Loretta Lynn and Kid Rock — has led to one of the more winding musical paths of any singer-songwriter in the past 20 years. And somewhere along the way, audiences began to invest in the mystery of what twist may come next, because what is playing in a diner in Arlington today could become a new masterpiece tomorrow.

Diner will be playing at the Signature Theater in Arlington, VA until January 25, 2015.
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Using Technology to Unlock Musical Creativity

Using Technology to Unlock Musical Creativity


It has never been easier or more fun for students to compose, improvise, arrange, and produce music and music-related projects than with todays technology. Written in a practical, accessible manner, Using Technology to Unlock Musical Creativity offers both a framework for and practical tips on the technology tools best suited for encouraging students authentic musical creativity. Author Scott Watson makes a compelling case for creativity-based music learning through eight teacher-tested principles thataccess, nurture, and develop students potential for musical expression. Example after example illustrates each principle in a variety of music teaching and technology scenarios. Watson also includes practical ideas for technology-based creative music activities, locating lesson plans and other resources, and assessing creative work. The book provides detailed plans for dozens of attractive projects, each linked to MENC National Standards, and also offers suggestions for making adaptations according to grade level and technology proficiency. Additionally, it includes a valuable section of resources with tips for setting up a computer music workstation, a plain-language description of how digital audio works, and a music education technology glossary. Most of the activities described can be carried out by novice users with free or low-cost music applications. The book also features a comprehensive companion website with dozens of audio and video examples as well as many downloadable worksheets, rubrics, and activity files. *Author: Watson, Scott *Publication Date: 2011/07/28 *Number of Pages: 336 *Binding Type: Paperback *Language: English *Depth: 1.00 *Width: 8.50 *Height: 11.00

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I’ll Be Home For Christmas! – Musical Water Globe

I’ll Be Home For Christmas! – Musical Water Globe


Commemorate a merry homecoming with this touching 100mm water globe. The heart-touching moment is poignantly captured as it plays the tune, “We Wish You A Merry Christmas.” Resin/Glass musical water globe.
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Adorable Stoneware Sitting Cupid Playing Musical Instrument in Moss Finish

Adorable Stoneware Sitting Cupid Playing Musical Instrument in Moss Finish


Adorable and charming, the Adorable Stoneware Sitting Cupid Playing Musical Instrument in Moss Finish will add charm and accentuate your gardens or lawns with its divine and majestic appeal. Perfect for adding a gothic and traditional tone to your outdoor environment, the cupid figure is made from stone ware and features weathered accents and a moss finish for a truly worn look. The stoneware figure depicts a cute cupid sitting on a globe like stand. The dimensions of the Adorable Stoneware Sitting Cupid Playing Musical Instrument in Moss Finish are 6″x6″x15.5″H.Features:CeramicMoss6″x6″x15.5″HDimensions: 6″L x 6″W x 16″H
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Heaven Sent Girl Musical Mobile

Heaven Sent Girl Musical Mobile


A quality baby bedding set is essential in making your nursery warm and inviting. All Cotton Tale patterns are made using quality materials and are uniquely designed to create your perfect nursery. Part of the Heaven Sent Girl collection is the musical mobile, 5 furry sheep circle the ruffled canopy , wind up music box playing Brahms lullaby. Arm cover in pink floral. Spot clean only. Mobiles are not toys. They should be removed from the crib when baby can sit up unassisted. Perfect for your little angel.Dimensions: 12″L x 17″W x 21″H
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Jesus Loves Me – Boy Musical Water Globe

Jesus Loves Me – Boy Musical Water Globe


As a dear little boy prepares to drift off to dreamland, make sure his sleep is extra sweet by winding up this touching musical water globe. As it plays “Jesus Loves Me” his smile is sure to grow and last through many nights of wonderful dreams. Resin/Glass. 5″ H.
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Indian Classical Music: Sangita Ratnakara, Sadhana Sargam, Odissi Music, Swara, Nandikeshvara, Khyal, Classical Indian Musical Theatre

Indian Classical Music: Sangita Ratnakara, Sadhana Sargam, Odissi Music, Swara, Nandikeshvara, Khyal, Classical Indian Musical Theatre


New – Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 23. Chapters: Sangita Ratnakara, Sadhana Sargam, Odissi music, Swara, Nandikeshvara, Khyal, Classical Indian musical theatre, Grace note, Shruti, That, Thumri, Sarana Chatushtai, Arjun Kumar, Gamaka, Dattilam, Margazhi Raagam, Patiala gharana, Alapana, Damaru, Mehfil, Zamzama, Water Lily Acoustics, Mailai Sapthaswarangal, Khajuraho Dance Festival, Ashtapadi

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Any Occasion, Blank, Ancient Organ, Musical Instrument Greeting Card

Any Occasion, Blank, Ancient Organ, Musical Instrument Greeting Card


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To Have And To Hold – Musical Water Globe

To Have And To Hold – Musical Water Globe


Though many eyes may be upon you, when you stand before the alter and wed the one you love, it seems you are the only ones there. Caught up in their moment of promise, the couple within this romantic 100mm water globe is a picture of matrimonial happiness. Delightfully plays “The Wedding March.” Resin/glass. 5 1/2″ H.
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Rite Lite The Musical Dreidel

Rite Lite The Musical Dreidel


Lights up and plays the Dreidel songSuitable for ages 4+Batteries includedRite Lite’s Musical Dreidel will make a great gift for children this Chanukah, and comes in blue, red or purple. With the simple press of a button, this dreidel lights up and plays the Dreidel song as you spin it. This entertaining musical dreidel is perfect for little ones, who will love the bright colors and find themselves singing along to the Dreidel song.About Rite LiteRite Lite is the leading supplier of Chanukah candles, gifts, decoration, crafts and other occasion-based Jewish products (Judaica). Since their formation in 1949, they have provided unique, innovative Judaica in both modern and traditional styles.
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Disney s High School Musical Purple Black Tin Lunch Box

Disney s High School Musical Purple Black Tin Lunch Box


Disney’s High School Musical Purple/Black Tin Lunch Box Featuring The High School Musical Gang In Their Signature Pose; Drawings In The Background; High School Musical Logo On The Top Right Corner. Metal Flip Lock Closure. Handle Is Black Plastic Featuring The Words Tin Box On It . Dimensions: 7.8 x 2.8 x 2.8 Inch
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Lamaze Musical Inchworm, Ages 0+, 1 ea

Lamaze Musical Inchworm, Ages 0+, 1 ea


The Lamaze Musical Inchworm is full of surprises for baby to discover. Squeeze the nose to hear a fun song. Textures and sounds encourage exploration, while bright colors promote visual stimulation. Look Listen Touch Move This little worm can help make tummy time fun! And, use the ruler on the Inchworm s tummy to track baby s growth. 8 Great features to explore: Music Knottles Jingle Crinkle Squeaker Colors patterns Textures use ruler to track baby s growth OL Questions? Comments? Designs and colors shipped will vary. EM

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‘Duck Dynasty’ Musical Headed For Las Vegas Stage

Duck Dynasty” is making the leap from the small screen to the stage, with reports that a musical based on the controversial family is headed to Las Vegas.

The musical, from the production company behind “Jersey Boys,” will be a semi-biographical show based on Willie and Korie Robertson’s book, “The Duck Commander Family: How Faith, Family, and Ducks Built a Dynasty,” The Hollywood Reporter said.

The show will not star the Robertson family, but instead feature actors playing members of the family, the website reported.

The New York Times says the 90-minute, 14-song show will likely open in February at The Rio, which is currently home to Penn & Teller’s live show as well as a Chippendales performance.

I think the expectation is that it’ll be all chicken-pickin’ stuff and banjos, but what we’re trying to do is pull out as much heart, humor and sincerity as we can to keep people surprised,” Steven Morris, one of the show’s composers, told the newspaper.

The Times also reports that anti-gay remarks from family patriarch Phil Robertson will be addressed in the show.

In an interview with GQ last year, Phil Robertson compared homosexuality to bestiality and said African-Americans were happy before the civil rights era.

Robertson later issued an apology, but has continued to make controversial remarks. In June, he claimed he was “trying to help those poor souls and turn them to Jesus” and in September said he’s as much of a homophobe as Jesus. He has also claimed that AIDS and sexually transmitted diseases are God’s “penalty” for immoral conduct.

“The Robertsons are so unusual, their story so juicy, and theater shouldn’t be limited to telling stories about people you resemble or revere,” producer Michael David, who said he was personally offended by the comments, told the Times.

Season 7 of “Duck Dynasty” premieres next week on A&E.
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Happy Birthday from all of us, Birthday Cupcake on Musical Note Greeting Card

Happy Birthday from all of us, Birthday Cupcake on Musical Note Greeting Card


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From All of Us Birthday Musical Garden Greeting Card

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Music School Acceptance, Musical Bass Clef Greeting Card

Music School Acceptance, Musical Bass Clef Greeting Card


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Fisher-Price Jake and the Neverland Pirates – Jake’s Musical Pirate Ship Bucky

Fisher-Price Jake and the Neverland Pirates – Jake’s Musical Pirate Ship Bucky


Ahoy, little mateys! The Fisher-Price Jake and the Neverland Pirates – Jake’s Musical Pirate Ship Bucky is crafted with all the treasures and wonders of a real pirate ship. It even features a working cannon that little ones can actually fire! Kids can use the cannon to fire water ball projectiles, or launch the fearsome Tick Tock Croc from a hidden trap door. With all of their favorite characters, including Bucky, Jake and Skully, this fantastic Fisher-Price musical toy makes kids feel like part of the pirate crew. Plus, the characters say 25 action phrases and sing a merry pirate song! Your little pirates can make Bucky and his friends walk the plank – or enjoy the pirate booty with the Fisher-Price Jake and the Neverland Pirates. So get ready for Jake’s pirate ship Bucky to set sail straight from Neverland to your living room.

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Musical Birthday Wishes from All of Us Greeting Card

Musical Birthday Wishes from All of Us Greeting Card


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Seiko Winchester Musical Analog Wall Clock

Seiko Winchester Musical Analog Wall Clock


Seiko Winchester Musical Analog Wall Clock One Way Rotating Pendulum With 20 Swarovski Crystals. On The Hour, The Clock Plays One Of 18 Hi-Fi Melodies Plus An Opening & Closing Melody With 6 Colorful Sparkling LED Lights. Dial Window Material Type: Mineral/Glass. Display Type: Analog, Arabic Numbers. Dimensions: 18.5 X 15.5 X 3.5 Inches
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Disney High School Musical Wildcat Megamix DVD Board Game 103524 M9597

Disney High School Musical Wildcat Megamix DVD Board Game 103524 M9597


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Saxophone Recital Invitation – Saxophone Player and Musical Notes Greeting Card

Saxophone Recital Invitation – Saxophone Player and Musical Notes Greeting Card


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Madonna Holding Baby Jesus – Musical

Madonna Holding Baby Jesus – Musical


The purity of Mary’s love is apparent in her caress of her newborn babe. An uplifting depiction of a mother’s love, this musical is poignant beyond the winter months – a tribute to Jesus’s miraculous birth throughout the seasons. Plays Schubert’s “Ave Maria.” Porcelain/resin. 5 1/2″ H.
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Watch Chris Pratt Be Endearing In His ‘SNL’ Musical Monologue

Welcome to Season 40 of “Saturday Night Live.” Here is Chris Pratt singing a country song about being on the show and having sex with Anna Faris — his real-life wife, who was there in the audience to support and laugh at him talking about that one time “a baby popped out.” Watch him bravely giggle through his nervousness in the video below.

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High School Musical White Kids Tin Lunch Box TB908107 BLUE

High School Musical White Kids Tin Lunch Box TB908107 BLUE


High School Musical White Kids Tin Lunch Box
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High School Musical Green Kids Tin Lunch Box TB908107 GREEN

High School Musical Green Kids Tin Lunch Box TB908107 GREEN


High School Musical Green Kids Tin Lunch Box
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Girl On Rocking Horse – Musical

Girl On Rocking Horse – Musical


Sure to delight children and those who are forever young at heart, this adorable musical piece actually rocks back and forth as it plays “Jingle Bells.” With pretty packages piled beneath and a sweet girl sitting atop with her teddy, this musical will become a treasured part of your holiday decor. Resin. 7 1/4″ H.
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Jingle All The Way – Musical Water Globe

Jingle All The Way – Musical Water Globe


Capturing the magic of Christmas morning, this 100mm musical water globe will have you recalling bygone days of hobby horse rides and other surprises, all in your most cozy winter pajamas. Plays “Jingle Bells.” Resin/Glass musical water globe. 5 1/4″ H.
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Mele Girls Musical Ballerina Jewelry Box “Angel”

Mele Girls Musical Ballerina Jewelry Box “Angel”


Our “Angel” girls musical ballerina jewelry box has a classic beauty and grace that is sure to make her smile. A dancer’s delight! Girls musical ballerina jewelry box Mirror under lid Open storage on top Two open drawers Decorative silver tone drawer pulls Wooden box covered with fashion paper overlay Hand-lined with pink, flocked lining FINISH: Fashion paper Choke Hazard. Child’s Product. Not Suitable For Children Under the age of 3
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Kerri Girl’s Musical Ballerina Jewelry Box

Kerri Girl’s Musical Ballerina Jewelry Box


Kerri Girl’s Musical Ballerina Jewelry BoxFeatures: Musical: Waltz of the FlowersCastles and whimsical fairy princess fashion paper overlayFooted platform baseLift lid with full interior mirrorTwirling blond plastic fairy princessPlays “Waltz of the Flowers”Main compartment offers ample open storageOne open drawerSilver tone hardwareHand lined in pink sueded fabricSmall parts, choke hazard, only appropriate for children 8+Made in China.Dimensions: 7 3/4″ x 5 1/2″ x 5 1/4”
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High School Musical 2 Toe Socks for Girls 6 pairs by Disney, Size: Age 9-11

High School Musical 2 Toe Socks for Girls 6 pairs by Disney, Size: Age 9-11


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Rocking Noah’s Ark – Musical

Rocking Noah’s Ark – Musical


Two by two, friendly creatures are happy to drift off to dreamland with a sleepy little one. The ark, with all its grinning passengers, gently rocks to and fro as it plays “Side By Side.” Resin musical. 5″ H.
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Musical Shaped Rubber Bands 12-pack

Musical Shaped Rubber Bands 12-pack


Kids and adults alike love these silly shaped rubber bands! Bring the fun back into your home or office with these clever Musical Shaped Rubber Bands! They look and behave like normal rubber bands when stretched. But when removed from whatever they are holding, they instantly spring back into their
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Disney High School Musical Sharpay Doll Toy

Disney High School Musical Sharpay Doll Toy


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HM4075GLB Musical Motif Mirror in Gold Leaf/Black Finish

HM4075GLB Musical Motif Mirror in Gold Leaf/Black Finish


Hand crafted from antique castings, Hickory Manor House products have a timeless quality and capture the original look and feel of period pieces. Made in the USA (North Carolina) from a durable pecan shell resin material, this mirror has the appearance of natural wood and will grace your walls for many years to come.Dimensions: 40″L x 29″W x 3″D
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The Musical Legacy of Wartime France

The Musical Legacy of Wartime France


For the three forces competing for political authority in France during World War II, music became the site of a cultural battle that reflected the war itself. German occupying authorities promoted German music at the expense of French, while the Vichy administration pursued projects of national renewal through culture. Meanwhile, Resistance networks gradually formed to combat German propaganda while eyeing Vichy’s efforts with suspicion. In The Musical Legacy of Wartime France, Leslie A. Sprout explores how each of these forces influenced the composition, performance, and reception of five well-known works: the secret Resistance songs of Francis Poulenc and those of Arthur Honegger; Olivier Messiaen’s Quartet for the End of Time, composed in a German prisoner of war camp; Maurice Durufle’s Requiem, one of sixty-five pieces commissioned by Vichy between 1940 and 1944; and Igor Stravinsky’s Danses concertantes, which was met at its 1945 Paris premiere with protests that prefigured the aesthetic debates of the early Cold War. Sprout examines not only how these pieces were created and disseminated during and just after the war, but also how and why we still associate these pieces with the stories we tell – in textbooks, program notes, liner notes, historical monographs, and biographies – about music, France, and World War II.

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Bless This Child – Musical With Rocking Motion

Bless This Child – Musical With Rocking Motion


Lull a little one to sleep with the sweet sounds of this unique musical piece. With Baby tucked sweetly inside, the crib gently rocks back and forth as Brahms’ Lullaby plays. Adorably accents the nursery of any baby boy or girl and makes a thoughtful shower or “Welcome Home Baby” gift. Resin. 4″ H.
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Birthday, general, Duck playing the Oboe with musical notes on white Greeting Card

Birthday, general, Duck playing the Oboe with musical notes on white Greeting Card


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Karaoke Party Invitation with Mircrophone and Musical Notes Greeting Card

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Aisle View: New High School Musical

And here we have a raucous, bright and vulgar musical comedy about fun-loving, middle-American teens who bully each other, murder each other, attempt suicide, and finally blow up the high school. Raucous, bright, uneven, and distasteful for viewers who don’t quite buy into the joke.

The final preview audience at Heathers–based on the 1988 film of the same title–ate it up, lavishing the familiar characters with entrance applause, cheering the fondly remembered lines from the screenplay, and altogether having a high old time (although a jaded playgoer might suspect that the house was loaded with investors, friends of investors, and friends of friends). There is, certainly, a built-in audience for this sort of thing; as at Rock of Ages, the lowbrow jukebox musical at the Helen Hayes now finishing its fifth year, alcoholic beverages are aggressively hawked up and down the aisles. Like Rock of Ages, Heathers might indeed be more palatable with a drink or three.

We professional critics, of course, aren’t swayed by alcohol, crowd response or political correctness. I myself have a soft spot for maniacal musicals about macabre murderers, like the one about the Demon Barber of Fleet Street and all those savory, meaty treats (like shepherd’s pie peppered with actual shepherd). But not this new one at New World Stages.

The problem with Heathers–and if the show finds an audience like Rock of Ages, this will not be much of a problem–is one of tone. It seems like lyricist/librettist Kevin Murphy and director/coproducer Andy Fickman, from film-and-TV-land, snapped their fingers one day by the pool and said: wouldn’t a musical comedy version of Heathers be cool? In much the same way that some years ago a similar light bulb went off in the cartoon-bubble over the same two heads inspiring the musical comedy version of Reefer Madness!, which achieved some success in Los Angeles in 1998 but no success in New York in 2001.

Reefer Madness was a 1936 propaganda film about the evils of marijuana, which was later repackaged as a cult exploitation favorite. The heightened hysteria was well-suited to a satirical stage musical. Heathers, the movie, is a very different sort of property; the filmmakers use extreme anti-social violence to make a point, but it is eerie rather than slap-happy funny. The stage version goes for colorful, funny, satire–the more gags the better–and that leaves the purveyors peddling jokes about bullying, suicide, and blowing up schools.

That being the case, the score is loud and jokey with such inelegant offerings as “Blue” (about an anatomical problem the nasty football players are having as they prepare to rape the heroine) and “My Dead Gay Son.” The latter put much of the audience in stitches altogether. Conversely, there are a handful of impressive songs, presumably ascribable to the presence of coauthor Laurence O’Keefe (of Bat Boy and Legally Blonde.) “Seventeen,” sung by the heroine lamenting her loss of innocence, is altogether fine. It catches the tone of what Heathers ideally should be, and is likely to become a favorite in cabarets and at auditions.

The cast is large; seventeen Equity members on off-Broadway salaries, which makes a mighty hard nut to crack. Barrett Wilbert Weed carries the show as Veronica, the girl who battles and defeats the clique-girls known as the Heathers. She is well supported by Ryan McCartan as the bad-boy hero J.D. Neither, though, has the undefinable oomph that emanated from the then little-known actors who played the roles in the film version, Winona Ryder and Christian Slater. Others stand out when the material warrants, specifically Jessica Keenan Wynn–who from the sound of it must be the great-granddaughter of the great Ed Wynn–as the meanest of the Heathers; Elle McLemore, who provides the evening’s funniest moment when she tries to swallow a bottle of pills; and Michelle Duffy as an ex-hippie schoolteacher who still lights candles. Hidden away in a small role–singing about the aforementioned dead son–is 1993 Tony Award-winner Anthony Crivello from Kiss of the Spider Woman.

The staging by producer Fickman, the set, and other production elements don’t offer much to speak of. Choreographer Marguerite Derricks, though, keeps her portions of the show sprightly enough to grab our interest, and there are several effective moments from lighting designer Jason Lyons.
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High School Musical HSM Pink Cap Hat 100784 3112 J

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Cats at Piano. Two funny singing cats playing piano illustration. Musical notes are in the air, happy cats pressing piano keys with puffy paws. Greeting Card

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Live Your Dream – Musical

Live Your Dream – Musical


Encouraging us to follow our dreams, no matter what they may be, this lovely young lady dressed as Rapunzel and her pal Pascal is the perfect gift to inspire someone to have faith in their gifts. Plays, “Beautiful Dreamer.” Porcelain/resin musical. 5″ H. Disney Showcase Collection.
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Melissa and Doug Learn To Play Piano Musical Toy

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Musical Instruments Abstract Greeting Card

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High School Musical 2 Interactive DVD Board Game Toy

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Maria Von Trapp Dead: Last Surviving Member Of Famous Musical Family Dies At 99

STOWE, Vt. (AP) — Maria von Trapp, the last surviving member and second-eldest daughter of the musical family whose escape from Nazi-occupied Austria was the basis for “The Sound of Music,” has died. She was 99.

Von Trapp died at her home in Vermont on Tuesday, according to her brother Johannes von Trapp. “She was a lovely woman who was one of the few truly good people,” he said. “There wasn’t a mean or miserable bone in her body. I think everyone who knew her would agree with that.”

Maria von Trapp was the last surviving member of the seven original Trapp Family Singers made famous in “The Sound of Music.” She was portrayed as Louisa in the 1959 Broadway musical and a 1965 film, which won the Oscar for best picture.

She was the third child and second-oldest daughter of Austrian Naval Capt. Georg von Trapp and his first wife, Agathe Whitehead von Trapp. Their seven children were the basis for the singing family in the musical and film.

“The Sound of Music” was based loosely on a 1949 book by von Trapp’s second wife, also Maria von Trapp, who died in 1987. It tells the story of an Austrian woman who married a widower with seven children and teaches them music.

In 1938, the family escaped from Nazi-occupied Austria and performed concert tours throughout Europe and then a three-month tour in America. The family settled in Vermont in the early 1940s and opened a ski lodge in Stowe.

Von Trapp played accordion and taught Austrian dance with sister Rosmarie at the lodge.

She wrote in a biography posted on the Trapp Family’s website that she was born in the Austrian Alps after her family fled fighting from World War I and that she was surrounded by music growing up.

“Father played the violin, accordion and mandolin. Mother played piano and violin,” she wrote. “I have fond memories of our grandmother playing the piano for us after meals.”

Her biography on the website also said that she worked as a lay missionary in Papua, New Guinea.

Rosmarie von Trapp, Johannes von Trapp and Eleonore Von Trapp Campbell were born to Georg von Trapp and Maria von Trapp.
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Christmas Musical Times Together, Piano Keyboard Classic, With Holly Trimming Greeting Card

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Joyful Song with Graphic Guitar, Lute, Musical Notes Holiday Card Greeting Card

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Musical Theater Composer Joe Kinosian and Murder for Two at New World Stages in New York

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Having just turned 30 last fall and about the same time hit his 10th anniversary as New Yorker, the busy musical theater composer, writer and actor Joe Kinosian should feel a satisfying sense of arrival. All those years of hard work and bright dreams this past year culminated in his and his writing partner Kellen Blair’s show, Murder For Two (the CD of which is available on iTunes and in stores), arriving to great acclaim here in New York following its wildly successful premiere at the Chicago Shakespeare Theater.

Murder For Two is a deeply silly and entertaining evening, with smart, fast, funny songs and a story that follows an ambitious young police officer as he attempts to unravel the Agatha Christie-style murder of a famous, if also famously reviled, New England mystery novelist. It seems like everyone at his birthday party on the night in question had reason to want him face down in the onion dip, including the nine member boys choir bizarrely brought in as the entertainment for the evening. But perhaps that turned out to be of a piece as six of the wee choristers themselves had earlier met a comically tragic end, eulogized by the three survivors in their number “A Lot Woise,” a delightfully specific “list song” explanation of why though of tender years, they don’t bat an eye at merely one fresh corpse, even though:


Stuff like this could be depraving us, it’s a little late for saving us,
Cause we’ve seen a lot woise.

We seen a chump who held his breath for longer than an hour once,
Saw my granny in the shower once, and we’ve seen a lot woise!

We seen a baby being born one day, we seen a fat guy eating corn one day,
We saw a boat while watching porn one day, we’ve seen a lot woise.

Did I mentioned that all the suspects are portrayed by just one actor? A role, or should I say a baker’s dozen of roles, that Joe created for the Chicago run, and whose many imaginary shoes he has recently stepped into again at New York City’s New World Stages replacing Jeff Blumenkrantz, himself an actor-pianist-composer, who embodied The Suspects starting when the show arrived for its Off-Broadway run presented by Second Stage uptown. Oh yeah, and both actors play all the piano accompaniment during the entire show, not infrequently seeming to leap into the air to replace their counterpart at the keyboard and seamlessly, jauntily play right on without missing a beat.

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COMPOSER JOE KINOSIAN, in front, at the piano with his castmate, BRETT RYBACK, in MURDER FOR TWO at NEW WORLD STAGES — Photo by Joan Marcus

Kinosian and Blair clearly must have sent each other into similarly balletic paroxysms as they developed the broad outlines of the show, including whodunit, one fateful day at a series of coffeehouse work sessions. When asked about his inspirations as he developed the musical tone and styles of Murder For Two — especially, notes Kinosian, the “four-handed” parts where both performers are playing the keyboard at the same — he doesn’t miss a beat: “Oh, the Marx Brothers, for sure.” He reverently recounts their musical madness, often of great sophistication or reference actually, in some of their classic films such as 1937’s A Day At The Races where Harpo sits down to give Rachmaninoff’s “C# Minor Prelude” and “plays it so hard that at the end the piano is reduced to rubble.”

It’s obvious that Kinosian’s theatrical and musical sensibilities owe much to a quirkily broad range of beloved influences. He mentions four blissfully creative and formative years at Milwaukee’s High School of the Arts, but also musicians like the Argentine tango composer Astor Piazzolla and the king of the “Novelty Rag,” Zez Confrey, who memorably composed the Scott-Joplin-on-laughing-gas favorite “Kitten on the Keys.”

But, he says, “You gotta talk about my grandma,” who was “an unbelievably brilliant pianist who could play by ear in an incredibly complex way, making things sound like a million bucks.” He describes himself at the tender age of 6 being besotted with the Howard Ashman and Alan Menken musical Little Shop of Horrors and playing the opening doo-wop/Supremes-type musical number for his grandmother on the record player. She immediately played it back at the piano, but in an impromptu Glenn Miller-esque arrangement of her own invention, “filtered through her 1940s sensibility.”

His admiration and love for this woman whose own creative opportunities might in some ways have been foreshortened by circumstance and the times she lived in, only deepens his appreciation for what was so lovingly inculcated in him by her example that “was inspiring and made me really want to do well.”

Kinosian, tall, lean, at ease even on an appallingly bright green sofa in the lobby outside Murder For Two’s theater one evening before his performance, has a quick, appreciative laugh and a devilish schoolboy twinkle in his eye. Murder For Two, for which he shares book-writing credit with Blair, who penned the lyrics, provides ample opportunity for naughty wit, particularly in that in his role as “The Suspects,” he actually plays more females than males.

But his sensibility is not merely all broad strokes and gag lines as each character is delineated with razor-sharp precision and idiosyncratic gusto. This makes keeping track transparently easy and fun for the audience as he switches roles often mid-sentence, if not mid-air on the way back for another turn at the keyboard. All the thousand tics and tacts of each of his characterizations also reveal some of the care and concern Blair and he have taken in the writing process to keep the kooky characters tethered to realities of human character and foible.

During our conversation, he mentioned offhand having just finished reading psychologist Alan Downs’ 2005 primer on internalized homophobia, The Velvet Rage, and wanting to speak with all due care about issues of gender and identity that, he said gently, we sometimes rush through. When asked what about gay culture he might like to change if he could, he says that we should all “go after the people we’re attracted to” in our pursuit of romance, “but try not to be so judgmental” toward each other as gay men.

With no needful contradiction, he embraces as well the special gay perspective of “hilarious honesty,” as he puts it. Those witty barbs so casually tossed off from barstools in tacky Midwestern gay bars, for example, can curdle into mere bitchiness in a flash. But in Kinosian’s understanding, such protective bristlings are at least partially outgrowths of the coping skills of awkward, klutzy boys who would grow up to become creative gay men, but who were reared in well-meaning communities of regretfully incomplete complete understanding of difference and the niceties of original cast recordings.

Kinosian sips his mug of tea and the production stage manager walks by giving him a subtle but unmistakable look which he knows means “it’s now half an hour before curtain, so please wind this interview up and get backstage and into costume.”

Given our conversation about art and identity, mentors and mannerisms, it occurs to me to ask Kinosian who one of his gay heroes is. I wonder will it be sophisticated Sondheim or sad Richard Rodgers, maybe someone of kaleidoscopic aspects like Leonard Bernstein.

“Well,” he says, holding back a smile, “I don’t know if I love all of Paul Lynde’s oeuvre, but I do love him in Bye, Bye, Birdie.” Kinosian is a particularly vocal and warm partisan of the genius of Charles Strouse, the composer of the musical and then film, in which Lynde, somewhat incredulously in retrospect, reprised his Broadway turn as a parent who tries mightily to insist that his children adhere to safely traditional values and customs. “I’m a peace-loving man, Doris!” Kinosian has Lynde’s strangled bark of a laugh, which he calls “lethal,” down pat.

Lucky for theatregoers this year with Murder For Two and hopefully for many years to come, Kinosian’s grandmother taught her talented offspring a more expansive and embracing tune.
Arts – The Huffington Post
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