But the food and price speak for themselves and, like my friends before me, I would recommend Da Capo
for a business meeting or girly lunch any day of the week.
can also be read as a collection that looks back over a long career in literature, radio, theater, and art as it posits questions about existence and explores diverse avenues of the imagination in its attempt to find answers: "Le regard l'ouie et le toucher/ensemble ou l'un par l'autre/sont les portes de notre vie." The inevitable end to which we all succumb is marked in two texts which are homages - one to Andre Frenaud, the other to Jean Bruller - whereas the ultimate return based on the notion of infinite repetition is articulated in "Les crevettes," a piece dedicated to the memory of Francis Ponge.
Gathering together some of the best music writing of the last 12 months, Da Capo
's 'Best Music Writing 2003' covers every genre of music imaginable, and this year is edited by former music critic and creator of the Simpsons, Matt Groening.
Fifth-grader Marcus Simbol began studying guitar at Da Capo
Kind Of Blue: The Making of the Miles Davis Masterpiece by Ashley Kahn Da Capo
Books, August 2000, $23.00 ISBN 0-306-80986-9
Now, thanks to Da Capo
Press, Jazz DAnce is again available, as a paperback ($16.95), augmented with a new foreword and afterword by Brenda Bufalino, artistic director of the American Tap Dance Orchestra.
13, Da Capo
Music Studio will host a ribbon cutting for their new location at 3 p.m.
The Pass wasthe main supply route for the German army, and without it the German campaign would fail.In The Brenner Assignment: The Untold Story of the Most Daring Spy Mission of World War II (Da Capo
, 978-306-81577-5), Patrick K.
Also very highly recommended is the first volume in this outstanding series from Da Capo
Press, The Army Of The Potomac: McClellan Takes Command.
Allen Woll, Black Musical Theatre: From Coontown to Dreamgirls, New York, Da Capo
Press, 1989, ISBN 0-306-80454-9
The newly reissued edition of Negative Space (Da Capo
) includes plenty of material that was not presented in the earlier edition of the anthology, notably Farber's collaborative reviews with his wife, Patricia Patterson (written in the '60s for Artforum), which drag him kicking and, occasionally, screaming into the '70s.
by Brian Jahn and Tom Weber Da Capo
Publishing, 1998, $18.95 ISBN 0-306-80853-6