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Rediscovering Silence: Finding Your Life's Musi...
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In an increasingly noisy, distracting world, the idea of enjoying silence — healthy silence — has become for many people just a mirage. We talk about "a little peace and quiet" not because we experience it regularly, but because it's a joke we tell ourselves when we're overwhelmed. Silence is on the endangered experiences list. Today, if you're like most people, you'll spend 11 hours today in front of screens, interact with your phone more than 2,000 times, and encounter just as many commercial messages. Silence will hardly show up at all. Certainly not moments of silence you intentionally planned. Part of the challenge is that silence has gotten a bad rap. The silent treatment, silent betrayal, and even deprivation have made us gun-shy, and rightly so. Is it even worth trying to include silence in our lives? Rediscovering Silence argues yes. Using silence well is like using a muscle, and the best kinds of silence can rehumanize us, by introducing us to the gifts of listening, canvas, answer, anticipation, respect, rest, and wonder. From the anechoic chamber of Microsoft's headquarters to the 36 questions that bring people closer together, from John Cage's "4 minutes and 33 seconds" to Yom HaShoah and the sunken place, this book is an adventure in search of an answer: How can we find ourselves again in silence? Explore powerful ideas as different as comic timing is from silent mode. Learn from voices as diverse as Jordan Peele and Jesus, Shusaku Endo and J.S. Bach, Arthur and Elaine Aron, Öslem Cekic, Emma Gonzalez, and Orson Welles. Do you know the only difference between noise and music? It's whether the pattern between sound and silence is meaningful, or meaningless. The same is true of your life. Rediscovering Silence was written so you can begin to find, pursue, and even help to create a meaningful rhythm between sound and silence, a rhythm that transforms your life more into the music it's meant t 1. Language: English. Narrator: Will Gray. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/196533/bk_acx0_196533_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Stand: 25.01.2021
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Disco Biscuits
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The Disco Biscuits are a trance fusion jam band from Philadelphia. The band consists of Allen Aucoin (drums), Marc Brownstein (bass), Jon Gutwillig (guitar), and Aron Magner (keyboard). Former drummer Sam Altman left in 2005. They differ from many jam bands in that they encorporate electronic elements into their music. This style is referred to generally as trance fusion or livetronica. The members of The Disco Biscuits met at the University of Pennsylvania and left before graduating. Once Brownstein joined the group, they began to play at college frat parties and bars throughout Pennsylvania. Disco Biscuit set-lists consist of mostly original songs that can be played inverted, unfinished, or "dyslexic." They played their first shows as the Disco Biscuits at Smokey Joe's Tavern in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania over the 4th of July weekend in 1995.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 25.01.2021
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Warner Music Euroarts - Arnold Schoenberg: Mose...
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Anbieter: Dodax
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Artful Therapy
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Use the therapeutic potential of art to make progress in your practice Artful Therapy shows you how to use art to make a difference in therapy. Using visual imagery and art creation, you can help people with medical problems understand how they feel about their illness; victims of abuse 'tell without talking'; and substance abuse and eating disorder clients tap into unresolved issues. These are just a few examples of how the power of art can improve your practice. Ideal for mental health professionals and allied workers with little or no art background, this accessible and proven guide takes you through the techniques of using art and visual imagery, and shows you how they can benefit clients of varying ages and abilities. With the art therapy tools provided, you can open potentially groundbreaking new dialogues with your clients. Author Judith Aron Rubin draws on more than forty years experience as an art therapist to help you maximize the value of art as a therapeutic tool, in both the mental health disciplines, such as psychology and social work, and related specialties. An accompanying DVD contains models for practitioners, showing art therapy being used in actual clinical practice. The DVD clearly models: Initiating the art-making process Using art in assessment Using mental imagery, with or without art Implementing other art forms--such as drama and music--in therapy Using art with a variety of client types, including children, families, and groups Assigning art as 'homework' Whether or not you have used art therapy with your clients or are thinking about integrating art therapy in your practice, making the most of art in the clinical setting begins with Artful Therapy.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 25.01.2021
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Schoenberg's Twelve-Tone Music
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Jack Boss takes a unique approach to analyzing Arnold Schoenberg's twelve-tone music, adapting the composer's notion of a 'musical idea' - problem, elaboration, solution - as a framework and focusing on the large-scale coherence of the whole piece. The book begins by defining 'musical idea' as a large, overarching process involving conflict between musical elements or situations, elaboration of that conflict, and resolution, and examines how such conflicts often involve symmetrical pitch and interval shapes that are obscured in some way. Containing close analytical readings of a large number of Schoenberg's key twelve-tone works, including Moses und Aron, the Suite for Piano Op. 25, the Fourth Quartet, and the String Trio, the study provides the reader with a clearer understanding of this still-controversial, challenging, but vitally important modernist composer.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 25.01.2021
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Theological Aesthetics
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This book explores the role of aesthetic experience in our perception and understanding of the holy. Richard Viladesau's goal is to articulate a theology of revelation, examined in relation to three principal dimensions of the aesthetic realm: feeling and imagination; beauty (or taste); and the arts. After briefly considering ways in which theology itself can be imaginative or beautiful, Viladesau concentrates on the theological significance of aesthetic data provided by each of the three major spheres of aesthetic perception and response. Throughout the work, the underlying question is how each of these spheres serves as a source (however ambiguous) of revelation. Although he frames much of his argument in terms of Catholic theology--from the Church Fathers to Karl Rahner, Hans urs von Balthasar, Bernard Lonergan, and David Tracy--Viladesau also makes extensive use of ideas from the Protestant theologian of the arts Gerardus van der Leeuw, and draws insights from such diverse thinkers as Hans Goerg Gadamer, Wolfhart Pannenberg, and Iris Murdoch. His analysis is enlivened by the artistic examples he selects: the music of Mozart as contemplated by Karl Barth, Schoenbergs opera Moses und Aron, the sculptures of Chartres Cathedral, poems by Rilke and Michelangelo, and many others. What emerges from this study is what Viladeseau terms a transcendental theology of aesthetics. In Thomistic terms, he finds that beauty is not only a perfection but a transcendental. That is, any instance of beauty, rightly perceived and rightly understood, can be seen to imply divinely beautiful things as well. In other words, Viladesau argues, God is the absolute and necessary condition for the possibility of beauty.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 25.01.2021
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Artful Therapy
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Use the therapeutic potential of art to make progress in yourpractice Artful Therapy shows you how to use art to make a difference intherapy. Using visual imagery and art creation, you can help peoplewith medical problems understand how they feel about their illness;victims of abuse 'tell without talking'; and substance abuse andeating disorder clients tap into unresolved issues. These are justa few examples of how the power of art can improve yourpractice. Ideal for mental health professionals and allied workers withlittle or no art background, this accessible and proven guide takesyou through the techniques of using art and visual imagery, andshows you how they can benefit clients of varying ages andabilities. With the art therapy tools provided, you can openpotentially groundbreaking new dialogues with your clients. Author Judith Aron Rubin draws on more than forty years experienceas an art therapist to help you maximize the value of art as atherapeutic tool, in both the mental health disciplines, such aspsychology and social work, and related specialties. An accompanying DVD contains models for practitioners, showing arttherapy being used in actual clinical practice. The DVD clearlymodels: * Initiating the art-making process * Using art in assessment * Using mental imagery, with or without art * Implementing other art forms--such as drama and music--intherapy * Using art with a variety of client types, including children,families, and groups * Assigning art as 'homework' Whether or not you have used art therapy with your clients or arethinking about integrating art therapy in your practice, making themost of art in the clinical setting begins with Artful Therapy.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 25.01.2021
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Artful Therapy
66,99 € *
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Use the therapeutic potential of art to make progress in your practice Artful Therapy shows you how to use art to make a difference in therapy. Using visual imagery and art creation, you can help people with medical problems understand how they feel about their illness; victims of abuse 'tell without talking'; and substance abuse and eating disorder clients tap into unresolved issues. These are just a few examples of how the power of art can improve your practice. Ideal for mental health professionals and allied workers with little or no art background, this accessible and proven guide takes you through the techniques of using art and visual imagery, and shows you how they can benefit clients of varying ages and abilities. With the art therapy tools provided, you can open potentially groundbreaking new dialogues with your clients. Author Judith Aron Rubin draws on more than forty years experience as an art therapist to help you maximize the value of art as a therapeutic tool, in both the mental health disciplines, such as psychology and social work, and related specialties. An accompanying DVD contains models for practitioners, showing art therapy being used in actual clinical practice. The DVD clearly models: Initiating the art-making process Using art in assessment Using mental imagery, with or without art Implementing other art forms--such as drama and music--in therapy Using art with a variety of client types, including children, families, and groups Assigning art as 'homework' Whether or not you have used art therapy with your clients or are thinking about integrating art therapy in your practice, making the most of art in the clinical setting begins with Artful Therapy.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 25.01.2021
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Artful Therapy
42,99 € *
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Use the therapeutic potential of art to make progress in yourpractice Artful Therapy shows you how to use art to make a difference intherapy. Using visual imagery and art creation, you can help peoplewith medical problems understand how they feel about their illness;victims of abuse 'tell without talking'; and substance abuse andeating disorder clients tap into unresolved issues. These are justa few examples of how the power of art can improve yourpractice. Ideal for mental health professionals and allied workers withlittle or no art background, this accessible and proven guide takesyou through the techniques of using art and visual imagery, andshows you how they can benefit clients of varying ages andabilities. With the art therapy tools provided, you can openpotentially groundbreaking new dialogues with your clients. Author Judith Aron Rubin draws on more than forty years experienceas an art therapist to help you maximize the value of art as atherapeutic tool, in both the mental health disciplines, such aspsychology and social work, and related specialties. An accompanying DVD contains models for practitioners, showing arttherapy being used in actual clinical practice. The DVD clearlymodels: * Initiating the art-making process * Using art in assessment * Using mental imagery, with or without art * Implementing other art forms--such as drama and music--intherapy * Using art with a variety of client types, including children,families, and groups * Assigning art as 'homework' Whether or not you have used art therapy with your clients or arethinking about integrating art therapy in your practice, making themost of art in the clinical setting begins with Artful Therapy.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 25.01.2021
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