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The Singing Thing

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Listen for the Singing

Listen for the Singing [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1443148741
Author: Jean Little
Publisher: Scholastic Canada
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A companion to the beloved classic From Anna! Just as Anna is about to enter a new school, she hears news on Papa's radio — Canada is at war with Germany. What will that mean for the Soldens, who immigrated from Germany just a few years ago? She soon finds out. Customers stop shopping at Papa's store, a teacher in her school bullies any students with German surnames, and Rudi is threatening to enlist, even though he is torn about fighting against the people of his homeland. He too hates Hitler, but wants to find a way to fight that would not pit him against boys he grew up with. Being partially blind is hard enough for Anna, but starting a new school, and fearing for Rudi's safety, challenge her. There has never been a more frightening time for her family, especially when they learn that Anna's beloved Aunt Tania has been arrested by the Nazis, and when Rudi comes home from the Navy blinded. Nobody can seem to pull him out of his sadness . . . until Anna herself finds a way to reach through to him. First published in 1977, Listen for the Singing won the Canada Council Award for Children's Literature (the forerunner of the Governor General's Award).

The Naming

The Naming [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 0763652512
Author: Alison Croggon
Publisher: Candlewick Press
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"An epic fantasy in the Tolkien tradition, with a strong girl hero. . . . I couldn’t put it down!" – Tamora Pierce Maerad is a slave in a desperate and unforgiving settlement, taken there as a child when her family is destroyed in war. She doesn’t yet know she has inherited a powerful gift, one that marks her as a member of the noble School of Pellinor and enables her to see the world as no other can. It is only when she is discovered by Cadvan, one of the great Bards of Lirigon, that her true identity and extraordinary destiny unfold. Now, she and her mysterious teacher must embark on a treacherous, uncertain journey through a time and place where the forces of darkness wield an otherworldly terror. The first book in a projected quartet, Alison Croggon’s epic about Maerad and her remarkable yet dangerous gift is a beautiful, unforgettable tale. Presented as a new translation of an ancient text, The Naming evokes the rich and complex landscape of Annar, a legendary world just waiting to be discovered.

The Singing Sands

The Singing Sands [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1479453218
Author: Josephine Tey
Publisher: Wildside Press LLC
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On sick leave from Scotland Yard, Inspector Alan Grant is planning a quiet holiday with an old school chum to recover from overwork and mental fatigue. Traveling on the night train to Scotland, however, Grant stumbles upon a dead man and a cryptic poem about the stones that walk and the singing sand, which send him off on a fascinating search into the verse's meaning and the identity of the deceased. Grant needs just this sort of casual inquiry to quiet his jangling nerves, despite his doctor's orders. But what begins as a leisurely pastime eventually turns into a full-blown investigation that leads Grant to discover not only the key to the poem but the truth about a most diabolical murder.

The Singing Thing Too

The Singing Thing Too [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 9781579996901
Author: John L. Bell
Publisher: GIA Publications
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The Singing Mountaineers

The Singing Mountaineers [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 0292792204
Author: José María Arguedas
Publisher: University of Texas Press
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The Quechua people, the "singing mountaineers" of Peru, still sing the songs that their Inca ancestors knew before the Spaniards invaded the Andes. Some of these songs, collected and translated into Spanish by José María Arguedas and María Lourdes Valladares from the Quechua language and the Huanca dialect, are now presented for the first time in English in the beautiful translations of Ruth Stephan, author of the recent prize-winning novel, The Flight. Also included in this rich collection are nine folk tales collected by Father Jorge A. Lira, translated into Spanish by Sr. Arguedas, and into English by Kate and Angel Flores.

The Singing Forest

The Singing Forest [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1771964324
Author: Judith McCormack
Publisher: Biblioasis
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In attempting to bring a suspected war criminal to justice, a lawyer wrestles with power, accountability, and her Jewish identity. In a quiet forest in Belarus, two boys stumble across a long-kept secret: the mass grave where Stalin’s police secretly murdered thousands in the 1930s. The results of the subsequent investigation have far-reaching effects, and across the Atlantic in Toronto, Leah Jarvis, a lively, curious young lawyer, finds herself tasked with an impossible case: the deportation of elderly Stefan Drozd, who fled his crimes in Kurapaty for a new identity in Canada. Leah is convinced of Drozd’s guilt, but she needs hard facts. She travels to Belarus in search of witnesses only to find herself asking increasingly complex questions. What is the relationship between chance, inheritance, and justice? Between her own history—her mother’s death, her father’s absence, the shadows of her Jewish heritage—and the challenges that now confront her? Beautiful and wrenching by turns, The Singing Forest is a profound investigation of truth and memory—and the moving story of one man’s past and one woman’s determination to reckon with it.

The Singing Bowl

The Singing Bowl [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 0893349119
Author: Roy Dimond
Publisher: Green Dragon Books
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Consider embarking on either on your own spiritual journey or a simple adventure story. Or hooking on to both at the same time: this epic tale relates the mystical travels of a Tibetan monk who must flee his homeland after Chinese occupation. He is known as a Gatherer, a seeker of knowledge, and he travels the globe searching for a lost book. He is always running from the clutches of chaos that threaten him in many forms - as agents of the Chinese or as a dark force of unloved spirits. The monk, who is now the new Tenzin or leader, finds his love, Dorjie, in Kathmandu, and her memory sustains him as he travel the ancient world. He is exposed to Sufi religion of Afghanistan, spends time in Egypt studying Gnostic texts and encounters Eslam and Christianity in Europe. He learns to trust his intuition while being surrounded by remarkable characters. But it's not until he reaches the peaks of Machu Picchu in Peru that his has a transformative experience that nearly shatters his soul. Without spoiling the ending, the monk ends his journey in none other than Sunshine Coast of British, Columbia.

The Singing

The Singing [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1921556676
Author: Stephanie Bishop
Publisher: Brandl & Schlesinger
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A love story bounded by the extremes of loss and desire, 'The Singing' tells the story of two people who fail each other in the ravages of illness. Years later they remain haunted by what they were unable to hold onto, and struggle to find a way to resolve the past.

Before the Singing

Before the Singing [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 0199920699
Author: Dr. Barbara Tagg
Publisher: Oxford University Press
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All children must have an opportunity to share the joy of choral music participation - whether in school, church, or community choirs. What happens before the singing begins, is critical to supporting, sustaining, and nurturing choirs to give every child the opportunity to experience the wonder of choral singing. Based on years of experience conducting and teaching, Barbara Tagg brings a wealth of practical information about ways of organizing choirs. From classroom choirs, to mission statements, boards of directors, commissioning, auditioning, and repertoire, Before the Singing will inspire new ways of thinking about how choirs organize their daily tasks. The collaborative community that surrounds a choir includes conductors, music educators, church choir directors, board members, volunteers, staff, administrators, and university students in music education and nonprofit arts management degree programs. For all these, Tagg offers a wealth of knowledge about creating a positive environment to support artistry, creativity, dedication, and a commitment to striving for excellence.

The Singing Mouse Stories

The Singing Mouse Stories [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1465611851
Author: Emerson Hough
Publisher: Library of Alexandria
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Back again, now, by some impulse of the dog which hasn’t had any day. It is winter now, I remember, Singing Mouse, and I am walking by the shore of the great Inland Seas. There is snow on the ground. The trees look black in contrast as you gaze up from the beach against the high bank. It is cold. It is dark. There is a shiver in the air. There are icicles in the sky. Something is flying through the trees, but silent as if it came out of a grave. I have been walking, I know. I have walked a million miles, and I’m tired. My legs are stiff, and my legging has frozen fast to my overshoe; I remember that. And so I sit down—right here, you know—and look out over the lake—just over there, you see. The ice reaches out from the shore into the lake a long way; and it is covered with snow, and looks white. I can follow that white glimmer in a long, long curve to the right—twenty miles or more, maybe. Yes, it is cold. But ah! what is that out there, and what is it doing? It is setting all the long white curves of ice afire. It is throwing down hammered silver in a broad path, out there on the water. Those are not ripples. That is silver! There will be angels walking on that pathway before long! That is not the moon coming up over the lake! It is the swinging open, by some careless angel’s mischance, of the door of the White City of Rest!... How old, how sore a man climbed up the steep bank! There were white fields. In the distance a dog barked. Away across the fields a bright and cheery light shone out from a window, and as the moon rose higher, it showed the house which held the light. It was not a large house, but it seemed to be a home. Home!—what is that? I wondered; and I remember that I pulled at the frozen legging, and moved, with pain, the limbs grown tired and sore.

The Singing God

The Singing God [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1621362647
Author: Sam Storms
Publisher: Charisma Media
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God Delights in You God loves us. With all our faults and failures, with all the secret sins no one else knows about. In fact, He rejoices over us so much that He breaks out in inexpressible joy and song as He thinks about us. “The Lord your God is in your midst, a mighty one who will save; he will rejoice over you with gladness; he will quiet you by his love; he will exult over you with loud singing.” --Zephaniah 3:17 That’s how God feels about you! He looks at you, He thinks of you...and He sings for joy! In The Singing God Sam Storms explores God's immeasurable love for His children. You don’t need to be different; you don’t need to be better. You just need to know that God loves you just the way you are now...today. When you truly believe this, you will find the strength and incentive to fight sin, experience freedom from shame, and walk in the fullness of all that God desires for you.

The Singing

The Singing [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 0473563088
Author: Katherine Genet
Publisher: Wych Elm Books
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The Ancient Path leads us deep into the Wildwood. The foundations of practice have been laid, and Erin is stepping into the rhythm and weaving of the worlds. But it is the spirits who now must lead her teaching, and prepare her for her initiation into the ways of those who walk the worlds. She's going to be asked to undertake her most personal journey yet - for herself, and those closest to her. Will she find her way along the Ancient Path? Winsome, her world and calling in pieces around her - what is she to do? After thinking she had found the place where she belonged, now she must decide whether to rebuild her life, or move on. Continue the journey with the inhabitants of Wellsford and Wilde Grove as they venture down the ancient path and strive to bring their lives and community into harmony. Because the world must be sung into balance and wild magic must be tapped into to keep the wheel turning. Wild magic has many secrets – and many gifts, for those who would learn its ways. The Singing is the fourth book in the Wilde Grove series, following on from The Rising. ⊕

The Singing Shepherd

The Singing Shepherd [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1420878832
Author: Rich Parlee
Publisher: Author House
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The Singing Shepherd has a familiar theme - an ancient people, happy and self-satisfied but threatened by a ruthless foe. They had made the common mistake of blindly trusting an unworthy, ambitious leader, only to find disaster staring them in the face. The tale reacts angrily to the spirit of our age whose monumental conceit has never been equaled in history; an age dangerously reliant on its overrated ''inner resources'' and blind to its desperate need have help from outside its closed little systems. The tale chafes at these systems of terrifying subtlety and effectiveness - like the media - as they place twisted concepts directly into vulnerable minds. There is little in this story for those who believe that life can be lived without battles. Politically correct sensibilities may be offended and outraged by the characters in conflict in The Singing Shepherd. But folks who know that there can be no peace without war against the evil inside and outside will find the story encouraging, maybe even inspiring. The tale does not situate itself exactly in time. That it happened long ago is obvious, and this will have to suffice. It cannot be called fiction, for the stories are taken from history and headlines. Though you won''t find Shal-Aman mentioned by name in the textbooks, though Moshalim the Seer, Baladan the boy king and Adriella, his fiery fiancée are not in Who''s Who, they did exist; they are real. You will recognize them; you may well find them inside your own head and in today’s world. The heroes in this tale are seriously flawed, but this will only endear them to you because this story holds out to the world a hope that goes beyond the resources of human nature. It reaches up to The One who, in the end, is our only real hope. Wherever it takes you, enjoy the journey!

The Singing Neanderthals

The Singing Neanderthals [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1780222580
Author: Steven Mithen
Publisher: Weidenfeld & Nicolson
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A fascinating and incisive examination of our language instinct from award-winning science writer Steven Mithen. Along with the concepts of consciousness and intelligence, our capacity for language sits right at the core of what makes us human. But while the evolutionary origins of language have provoked speculation and impassioned debate, music has been neglected if not ignored. Like language it is a universal feature of human culture, one that is a permanent fixture in our daily lives. In THE SINGING NEANDERTHALS, Steven Mithen redresses the balance, drawing on a huge range of sources, from neurological case studies through child psychology and the communication systems of non-human primates to the latest paleoarchaeological evidence. The result is a fascinating and provocative work and a succinct riposte to those, like Steven Pinker, who have dismissed music as a functionless and unimportant evolutionary byproduct.

The Singing Sands

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Author: Elizabeth Mackintosh
Publisher: Good Press
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"The Singing Sands" by Elizabeth Mackintosh. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.

The Singing Bone

The Singing Bone [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1633552268
Author: R. Austin Freeman
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
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The Case of Oscar Brodski A Case of Premeditation The Echo of a Mutiny A Wastrel's Romance The Old Lag

The Singing Sword

The Singing Sword [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 0143197657
Author: Jack Whyte
Publisher: Penguin
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Born of the chaos of the Dark Ages, the Dream of Eagles produced a king, a country and an everlasting legend—Camelot It is 395 A.D., and as the Roman armies withdraw from Britain, anarchy threatens the colony that will one day be known as Camelot. Creating their own army and joining with the Celtic people of King Ullic Pendragon, the colonists emerge as a new breed of Britons, ready to forge the government that will be the Round Table and its Knights and to prepare the groundwork for the future coronation of Arthur, first High King of Britain. With all the drama, passion and violence of England’s most vibrant history, The Singing Sword continues Jack Whyte’s bestselling chronicle of the dream that gave birth to an enduring legend.

Human Nature of the Singing Voice (AER)

Human Nature of the Singing Voice (AER) [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1906716498
Author: Peter T. Harrison
Publisher: Dunedin Academic Press Ltd
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Human beings have a deeply ingrained desire to sing, and the human voice has inspired composers to write some of their most beautiful music. But what is 'the true singing voice'? Why do some voices 'work' while others do not? How do we 'discover' our singing voice, and how can singing teachers most effectively train their pupils' voices when it seems such a demanding individual and personal matter? Peter Harrison starts from the holistic principle that human beings are 'designed' to sing and believes that through our voices we are able to communicate our collective as well as our individual humanity. In "e;The Human Nature of the Singing Voice"e; he offers a fresh and lively insight to the understanding of the voice with which we were born for those who seek a comprehensive and sustainable basis for their work. In this major new exploration the author interrelates all aspects of singing, including breathing, emotional expression, the articulation of words and musical interpretation. He also outlines what can be expected of those responsible for teaching singers and of those eager to learn. Invaluable to teachers and singers, and of more than passing interest to all those who work with singers and care for their voices, "e;The Human Nature of the Singing Voice"e; provides thought provoking ideas on how we can learn to liberate and enjoy our voice whilst offering practical advice for the proper maintenance of the voice in our daily life and professional work.

The Singing of Swans

The Singing of Swans [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1597190373
Author: Mary Saracino
Publisher: Pearlsong Press
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2007 Lambda Literary Awards finalist The Singing of Swans tells the story of Madalene Ross, a thirty-year-old American who "lives in her head," cut off from her body, her heart, and her sense of purpose in the world. En route to and from her job as a computer programmer in Minneapolis, Madalene is hounded on the downtown streets by a homeless woman who asks "Got a match?" At night bizarre dreams haunt her sleep. Women fly through rooftops, chant in ancient temples, paint tongues of fire on vivid white canvases. Madalene's story is interwoven with the lives of three women: Rosalina, a priestess of Persephone in 70 B.C.E. Sicily; Ziza, a strega (Italian witch) in 16th century northeastern Italy, and Ibla, an herbalist and painter in 18th century southern Italy. Sicily's Lake Pergusa and the Black Madonna also act as a portal to the rich tradition of pre-Christian spirituality that lies beneath Church dogma. The Singing of Swans takes readers on a multi-century journey to uncover long-silenced traditions, crack Madalene's spiritual code and reclaim her soul. Elements of magical realism dovetail with historical storytelling as this compelling tale of redemption unfolds. "The Singing of Swans is a remarkable narrative calling -- even compelling -- us to connect with our own ancestral roots, to seek our own inner wisdom, and to reclaim, our own inner voices," says Margaret Starbird, author of The Woman with the Alabaster Jar & Mary Magdalene: Bride in Exile. "The Roman poet Ovid sang of the beautiful Sicilian lake where Persephone descended to the otherworld -- a lake now dying from overdevelopment," says Patricia Monaghan, author of The Goddess Path and The Red-Haired Girl from the Bog. "No siren's song could be more commanding than this novel centered on that magical lake. Generations of women of the streghe tradition -- call them pagans, call them witches -- join their voices in this tightly wrought magical chorus."