Hereupon a glorious shouting, a rapping, a jingling, a clattering, and a shouting, with plentiful da capo
, pleasanter than a strain of sublimest music in the ears that receive such a tribute for the first time.
I realised why my colleagues had referred to Da Capo
as a bargain lunch spot, with two courses for PS9.
The title for the volume Da capo
, borrowed from the idiom of music, reflects, then, both the repetition inherent in the medium as Tardieu insists with respect to language, and the repetition inherent in a signatory style expressed in texts whose chronology ranges from the 1920s to the present day.
Member publishing programs include Avalon Travel, Basic Books, Basic Civitas, Da Capo
Press, Da Capo
Lifelong Books, Running Press, Seal Press, Vanguard Press and Westview Press, as well as partnerships with PublicAffairs and with Nation Books.
It's been tremendous,'' said Kevin Hanover, director of marketing at Da Capo
I've often walked past the Da Capo
restaurant and made a mental note to pop in and give it a try.
John Coltrane by Bill Cole Da Capo
Press, 1993, $14.
Now, thanks to Da Capo
Press, Jazz DAnce is again available, as a paperback ($16.
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
by Brian Jahn and Tom Weber Da Capo
Publishing, 1998, $18.
Cambridge, MA: Da Capo
Press, Lifelong Books, 2006.