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Unable to afford a plentiful quantity of traditional blintzes as the Jewish holiday of Shavuot approaches, Sarah and Max prepare for the holiday in a whimsically roundabout way that helps them understand the true meaning of cooperation and family. Reprint.
A heartwarming tale of the bonds and differences between two cultures'A delightful book, funny and poignant'Reader's Review It is 1956 in Sierra Leone where eight-year-old Melanie is spending the summer holiday with her parents. Swiftly enthralled by the primeval power of this beautiful African country, she soon discovers that, beneath its happy and apparently carefree exterior, there exists danger and fear. With the innocent eyes and intuition of a young English girl, Melanie learns of the bond of friendship that exists between peoples of different races.Pounding with the vibrancy of African colours and music, occasionally sad but always engaging, this is a story that captures the heart.
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The Mountain and Tidewater Songs are a set of six pieces for baritone, cello, piano, and violin. The songs are drawn from a series of poems by Daniel Mark Epstein, which appear in "No Vacancies in Hell". A deep sense of place, as well as the sweep, lyricism, and warmth of nineteenth-century American life inform both the poetry and music. The cycle charts the journey and reflections of an exile as he leaves behind the towns, countryside, and people he has known. These places and characters, like the apparitions of memory, become an interior landscape, where romance, adventure, duels, buffoonery, loss, villainy, and kindness all play out in ever-swirling reverie and drama.
The violin and cello parts are included.
Praise for Damon Ferrante's music:
Tim Smith of "The Baltimore Sun" calls Ferrante's music "focused and colorful...with an unexpected, decidedly poetic touch."
"If the tune has the elegance of traditional opera, the harmonization is very modern as the vocal lines climb and descend the melodic staircases that Ferrante has constructed for them."
Geoffrey Himes, "The Baltimore City Paper"
Mary MacCauley of "The Baltimore Sun" describes Ferrante's music as "ebullient and full of shifts of direction."
See a video for "The Mountain & Tidewater Songs" on Damon Ferrante's author page at Amazon (just click on his name here for the link).
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