Find the government Internet websites for the USPTO and U.S. Copyright Office and tell me what the filing fees are for applying for registration of a U.S. Copyright and for a U.S. trademark (in one class), respectively. a) Copyrights: The duration of copyrights protection depends on when the work was originally created. Works created on or after January 1, 1978
His style then became simpler, replacing the experimentation of his earlier years with a more mature approach that used every note to its greatest advantage. He rerecorded some of his earlier songs with great results. In 1924, Armstrong enjoyed a brief stint with bandleader and arranger Fletcher Henderson in New York City. By the time jazz pianist Lil Hardin, who would become the second of his three wives, persuaded Armstrong to work independently around 1925, he had switched from the cornet to the trumpet. During the next few years he made recordings fronting his own musicians; depending on the number assembled, they were known as the Hot Five or the Hot Seven.
"I don't have a name for my style of dancing...It's certainly hybrid...I've borrowed from the modern dance, from the classical, and certainly from the American folk dance – tap-dancing, jitterbugging...But I have tried to develop a style which is indigenous to the environment in which I was reared." Credits: http://dance.about.com/od/famousdancers/p/Gene_Kelly.htm
Chantal Taylor Dance 203 2 September 2013 Famous jazz teachers and dancers Bob Fosse was a famous actor, film director, screenwriter, dancer and musical theatre choreographer. He was born on June 23, 1927 in Chicago Illinois. He was the second youngest of six children. When he was younger he teamed up with another young dancer and started a group called “The Riff Brothers,” and they toured around the Chicago area. During the 1950’s, Fosse moved to New York, hoping he will he will become the new Fred Astaire.
United States Pole Dance Federation (USPDF) While this didn’t seem fair, the USPDF decided to present pole dancing as a competitive sport in a theater setting where people could truly appreciate the art of pole dancing. In the USPDF competitions, all competitors perform two rounds: one compulsory routine
Veiga Dance Appreciation 10/5/2011 Chapter 5 question #2 George Balanchine moved to the United States in 1933. Here, he began the study of piano and musical theory which later turned into being able to interpret music into dance. His first debut in dancing was The Sleeping Beauty; He was the instructor of this dance and his role in the dance was cupid. Later, at the age of 17, he became a member of the corps de ballet; the one and only work that Balanchine staged for them was titled: Enigmas. Later on in his life, Balanchine suffered a severe knee injury which provoked to become a full-time dance choreographer.
1, "The Truth About Textbooks: Indians and the Settlement of America" (if you don’t have your textbook yet, the chapter is available electronically under “Course Reserves” on the CSUSM Library website. Bring a copy to your discussion section meeting.) 2) Jules Benjamin, "How to Read a History Assignment…” , pp. 19-56, from A Student's Guide to History , 10th edition (available electronically under “Course Reserves” on the CSUSM Library website.) 3) Discussion Questions for Week 1 (posted on Cougar Course site for this class.)
On the streets, in dance halls, and in Storyville cabarets like The Big 25 and Pete Lala’s, Freddy Keppard and King Oliver experimented with music so new, it didn’t even have a name. New Orleans, the devastated but recovering city, forever will be associated with the birth of jazz music, the first original art form developed in the United States, which went on to spread across the continent and around the globe during the 20th century. 3. Restrictions upon the use of African drums impacted
Australian Dance Theatre Work: G Artistic Director: Garry Stewart History and Purpose Australian Dance Theatre has been owned and operated by numerous choreographers that have impacted and influenced the path of the dance company. Dr. Elizabeth Cameron Dalmon established the company in 1965 and sought to “open the horizons for provocative contemporary and cutting edge dance.” Elizabeth Dalman School of Modern Dance was what the company was called from 1965-1975. After the first performance from the company in Adelaide, critics were divided over the company’s new and adventurous approach. However, audiences were enthralled from the very beginning. In 1967, Dalman provided the public with an insight into the company through school classes, workshops, pre- and post- show forums/discussions during the company’s infancy.
Lindy hop is an African-American dance that originated in the Savoy Ballroom Harlem, New York in 1926. It is a mix of different dances including the Charleston, Jazz and Tap. The dance came around the time that Jazz music evolved and is a member of the swing dance family. It is a partner dance that consists of both 8 and 6 count steps and is quite fast. The dance style involved many kicks flicks and turns.