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Sweat, Tears And Jazz Hands

The Official History of Show Choir from Vaudeville to Glee

VERLAG: Hal Leonard
PRODUKTFORMAT: Buch
INSTRUMENT GROUP: Musik-Fachliteratur
Featuring more than 100 competitive show choirs from around the United States in photos, quotations, and stories, this edutainment-style book details the pop culture and theater influences that, over time, built this uniqueentertainment genre into the mecca of music lovers that it is today. Read
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Subtitle The Official History of Show Choir from Vaudeville to Glee
Autor Colleen Hart
Verlag Hal Leonard
Produktformat Buch
Instrument Group Musik-Fachliteratur
Genre Jazz
Style Musical
ISBN 9781557837721
UPC 884088552725
Serie Book
Seitenzahl 208
No. HL00314852
Beschreibung
Featuring more than 100 competitive show choirs from around the United States in photos, quotations, and stories, this edutainment-style book details the pop culture and theater influences that, over time, built this uniqueentertainment genre into the mecca of music lovers that it is today.

Read real-life accounts of show choir performers, directors, and choreographers. Catch a glimpse into a once practically unknown society of “swingchoirs.” Discover what P. T. Barnum, Bob Fosse, speakeasies, cigarette companies, the modern-day blender, and Lady Gaga all have to do with this glitter-drenched community of singers and dancers.

Take a step beyondthe hit show Glee and learn about the real drama, the hard work, the sweat, and the tears. Find out what it takes to build an award-winning competition set; the branding, the budgets, the strategy and the performance. Meetthe characters. Learn the lingo. Fall in love with show choirs.
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