Musical Diversity for a Complete Ballet Class
Musical Diversity for a Complete Ballet Class is a CD of tracks for use in the ballet technique class.
Musical Diversity for a Complete Ballet Class Sheet Music
This book is a companion to the ballet technique class music CD by the same name.
A collection of animal (and other) poems written for children (and adults) by the BYU Poet-in-Residence, Leslie Norris.
Out of the Ashes: Recovering the Lost Library of Herculaneum
This film tells the story of the Herculaneum papyri, a collection of 1,800 papyrus rolls burned and buried by the 79 A.D. eruption of Mount Vesuvius. Working with the National Library in Naples, Italy, Brigham Young University researchers are using space-age imaging technologies to help read the blackened scrolls.
An introduction to playing a myriad of percussion instruments. Helpful to music educators, composers, arrangers, and percussion enthusiasts.
Pioneers of Africa
The inspiring and amazing story of African pioneers who waited for many years for church membership--their trials, faith and miracles.
Praise To the Man
A tribute to the Prophet Joseph Smith, and his connection to "music." Features Drs. Truman G. Madsen, John S. Tanner, Michael Hicks, Lael J. Woodbury and new music composed by Robert Millett.
Psychological Foundations of Musical Education
English translation of Edgar Willems' original French, 4th Edition
Road to Zion: France
Aline Conti travels around France, and French speaking Belgium and Switzerland, to learn about the history of the LDS Church in France. The story begins in 1850 and continues through the present day.
Road to Zion: Hawaii
In this three-part addition to the Road to Zion series, host Shaunna Thompson continues her journey to learn about the history of the Church, this time venturing to Hawaii to discover how the Church first took hold and has grown over the years.
Road to Zion: The British Isles
Follow along with British Convert, Fiona Smith, as she travels throughout the British Isles learning about the rich history of the Church in her home country.
Saints At War: Experiences of Latter-day Saints in World War II
The Saints At War is the beginning of an effort to collect written and oral accounts of the experiences of LDS servicemen and women who served during WWI and WWII.
Songs of Spain
Songs and arias selected from Spain's rich, 400-year vocal tradition, from vihuela songs to Zarzuela Arias.
Songs of the Soul
Performed by the University Singers, recorded in the de Jong Concert Hall and on location at the Museum of Art.
Tableaux de Provence
Ray Smith's long-awaited classical saxophone album—the latest labor of love from Tantara.