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In , Emma became Eddie. Danger Music , Eddie's second book will be published in September He is currently writing a children's book which will be published in Cadence: Travels with Music , published in , was his first book. Eddie Ayres discusses his soundtrack to Danger Music on our blog while you can listen to it below:. Danger Music How teaching the cello to children in Afghanistan led to a self-discovery almost too hard to bear Eddie Ayres. Download cover. From the former ABC Classic FM broadcaster comes a remarkable story about the power of music and courage to be one's self Eddie Ayres has a lifetime of musical experience - from learning the viola as a child in England and playing with the Hong Kong Philharmonic for many years, to learning the cello in his thirties and landing in Australia to present an extremely successful ABC Classic FM morning radio show.
But all of this time Eddie was Emma Ayres. In Emma was spiralling into a deep depression, driven by anguish about her gender.
Hardcover First Edition , unstated in accordance with Momo's Press' customary practice. First Edition , unstated in accordance with Momo's Press' customary practice.
Dangerous Music: The American Century Cycle Monologues (A Tool for Actors)
Very Good-: Shows moderate use: a thin line of sunning along the top edge of the front panel and to the backstrip; the front board is slightly bowed; the very faintest MUSTY ODOR, but no other signs of exposure to dampness; else flawless; the binding is square and secure; the text is clean. Free of creased or dog-eared pages in the text. Free of any underlining, hi-lighting or marginalia or marks in the text.
Free of any ownership names, dates, addresses, notations, inscriptions, stamps, plates, or labels.
A lightly used copy, structurally sound - except for the bowed front board - and tightly bound, showing minor cosmetic flaws. Corners Sharp. Not far from 'As New'.
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Language: English. Weight: There appears to have been a limited edition which preceded this edition, but no reference is made to it here. Hardback: Pastedown Illustration burning guitar at the front panel and titles panel at the backstrip. Jessica Tarahata Hagedorn born is a Filipino playwright, writer, poet, and multimedia performance artist. Moving to San Francisco in , Hagedorn received her education at the American Conservatory Theater training program. To further pursue playwriting and music, she moved to New York City in Joseph Papp produced her first play Mango Tango in Her mixed media style often incorporates song, poetry, images, and spoken dialogue.
In , , and , she received MacDowell Colony fellowships, which helped enable her to write the novel Dogeaters, which illuminates many different aspects of Filipino experience, focusing on the influence of America through radio, television, and movie theaters. She shows the complexities of the love-hate relationship many Filipinos in diaspora feel toward their past.
In La Jolla Playhouse produced a stage adaptation. Edition: First Edition , unstated in accordance with Momo's Pre. Cover photos by Adal.
Some light shelf wear; a near fine copy..