SKET DANCE モノクロ版 10
代表作 『高校生たち』、『冷たい女』、『ビートルの部屋の窓から』、『アキラの冒険』… 以上まえがきより抜粋
Ten Cents a Dance
Homicide detective, Johnny Vero, hunts a serial killer who targets dance hall women who charge a fee of ten cents for a 3 minute spin on the dance floor. They are murdered in the Budapest Hotel in certain room numbers which have biblical meanings as to why the killer chooses these rooms. Detective Vero travels to France and works with Interpol to capture the killer.
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Berri was born in the Bronx. After some years, his family moved to Yonkers, N.Y. where he finished his high school education. After graduating from High School, he relocated back to the Bronx where his mother found an apartment in a two family house on Arthur Avenue in a section known as Fordham.
Early on, he learned to work different jobs, too many to mention, each one teaching him something different, starting with shining shoes. Each job brought him closer to being his own boss. He started a one man business in New York, which he sold after many years, employing over 100 individuals.
Berri relocated his family to Florida where he retired after many years as a Financial Specialist and a top producer for one of the largest banking institutions in the U.S.
Berri graduated Columbia State University with a business degree.
During his career, he has been interviewed by newspaper reporters for his business, written many articles for trade publications as well as articles published for web based sites. Berri has done public speaking and have had the opportunity to be in a few T.V. commercials, including voice-overs.
He believes the mind can imagine and create what you let it, using the children's story we are all familiar with...
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Beyond Baby Steps: 10 Critical Mistakes People Make When Dancing Tango and What You Can Do to Dance Better, Faster!
Argentine Tango originated sometime between 1850 and 1890 in Argentina and Uruguay and is an important art form in its infancy, as compared to most sports and arts. Tennis, for instance, originated in France in the 12th Century, classical music started roughly in the 11th Century, and Chess began in India before 6th Century AD., with over 1,500 years of history. The relative youth of Tango means that there is plenty of room for dancers and teachers to grow, learn, and see below the surface of this enigma, where the Tango lies.
A strong bodymind connection is required in order to learn any physical activity. Students will see maximum progress and results - over a period of many years - if they understand the material they are learning at an intellectual and physical level. In other words, one learns best when they know why they are learning certain concepts, rather than a bunch of seemingly incoherent sequences without a seeing how parts fit into the whole.
This brief guide seeks to address some of the uncommon commonsense as it pertains to the big picture of Tango: The learning process, social dancing etiquette, and mindset to approach Tango, much of which has worked for other mature disciplines in sports and arts. While the development of much of the skills depends on regular interaction with teachers and dancers, the insights contained within should present an introductory blueprint of the Tango journey.Beginners may find concrete information that will immediately help them improve their dancing, while experienced dancers might discover clues to help them go deeper into Tango - the dance of the heart.
Here is an excerpt from Mistake 6:
"Tango is a highly complex activity that, when danced well, automatically incorporates many additional sub-skills. Dancers engage their listening skills to attune to the melodious, rhythmic, and sometimes unpredictably playful variety of the music, such as the ornaments in the Piano, Violin or Bandoneon. There are three different types of music played at Milongas: Valz, Milonga, and Tango, each of which demands a person to draw upon different physical skills. A Valz, for instance, is to be danced fluidly with elegance without stopping on the dance floor, while a Milonga is frequently highlighted with simple, repetitive, playful expressions to the music.
Tango involves body coordination and balance, with heavy emphasis on our lower torsos. We depend on strong abdominal and lower back muscles to support us in an upright position, as well as developed leg muscles, namely the hamstrings and the calves – to a certain extent – for women, and ligaments to allow us to walk with ease in connection to a partner.
This is not all. Tango, last but not least, requires men to have strong assertive skills..."
The Ten Square Dance
These chickens have hatched and they?re ready to party, so have fun counting them and learn your numbers at the same time!
Les‑Eyzies‑de‑Tayac is known for three things: pâté de fois gras, truffles, and prehistoric remains. The little village, in fact, is the headquarters of the prestigious Institute de Préhistoire, which studies the abundant local fossils. But when a pet dog emerges from a nearby cave carrying parts of a human skeleton—by no means a fossilized one—Chief Inspector Lucien Anatole Joly puts in a call to his old friend, Gideon Oliver, the famed “Skeleton Detective.” Once Gideon arrives, murder piles on murder, puzzle on puzzle, and twist follows twist in a series of unexpected events that threaten to tear the once sober, dignified Institut apart. It takes a bizarre and startling forensic breakthrough by Gideon to bring to an end a trail of deception thirty‑five thousand years in the making.
Skeleton Dance is the 10th book in the Gideon Oliver Mysteries, but you may enjoy reading the series in any order.
Aaron Elkins is a former anthropologist and professor who has been writing mysteries and thrillers since 1982. His major continuing series features forensic anthropologist‑detective Gideon Oliver, “the Skeleton Detective.” There are fifteen published titles to date in the series. The Gideon Oliver books have been (roughly) translated into a major ABC‑TV series and have been selections of the Book‑of‑the‑Month Club, the Literary Guild, and the Readers Digest Condensed Mystery Series. His work has been published in a dozen languages. Mr. Elkins won the 1988 Edgar Award for best mystery of the year for Old Bones, the fourth book in the Gideon Oliver Series. He and his cowriter and wife, Charlotte, also won an Agatha Award, and he has also won a Nero Wolfe Award. Mr. Elkins lives on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula with Charlotte.
The Spiral Dance
The twentieth anniversary edition of The Spiral Dance celebrates the pivotal role the book has had in bringing Goddess worship to the religious forefront. This bestselling classic is both an unparalleled reference on the practices and philosophies of Witchcraft and a guide to the life-affirming ways in which readers can turn to the Goddess to deepen their sense of personal pride, develop their inner power, and integrate mind, body, and spirit. Starhawk's brilliant, comprehensive overview of the growth, suppression, and modern-day re-emergence of Wicca as a Goddess-worshipping religion has left an indelible mark on the feminist spiritual consciousness.
In a new introduction, Starhawk reveals the ways in which Goddess religion and the practice of ritual have adapted and developed over the last twenty years, and she reflects on the ways in which these changes have influenced and enhanced her original ideas. In the face of an ever-changing world, this invaluable spiritual guidebook is more relevant than ever.