Music of Difference Ensemble: At the Root of Identity

SKU: 26060996
Music of Difference Ensemble: At the Root of Identity

Music of Difference Ensemble: At the Root of Identity

SKU: 26060996

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Title: At the Root of Identity
Artist: Music of Difference Ensemble
Label: CD Baby
UPC: 888295055789
Genre: Classical Composers

At the Root of Identity was inspired by Claude M. Steele's remarkable book, Whistling Vivaldi: How Stereotypes Affect Us and What We Can Do. Each movement explores a particular aspect of the corresponding chapter in relation to my own life - both personal experiences and watching my children, students and friends cope with the challenges of everyday life. Central to the theme of this work is it's relation to Catherine's experience living with diplegic cerebral palsy. It is important that we understand and accept that the words we use to describe ourselves and others play an important role in our ability to achieve at school, in the workplace, in relationships, and in all aspects of our lives. Although often representing the challenges we all experience, this composition is (as I am) ever hopeful. Robert J. Bradshaw.

1.1 The First Time I Realized I Was
1.2 Adapting to the Particular Circumstances of Our Lives
1.3 There Exists No Group on Earth That Is Not Negatively Stereotyped in Some Way
1.4 Our Problems Are Not Exclusively Our Own
1.5 Physiological Reaction Elevated Heart Rate
1.6 Critical Mass
1.7 Hope Arises
1.8 Assumptions About the Nature of People
1.9 Bridging the Gap Between Us
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