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ways too numerous to reckon. If this were a film, they would all get executive producer credits. As it is, all I can offer here is my deepest gratitude and affection. I’d also like to add a special word of thanks to Ms. Akua Mansah, who has spent the better part of eight years as our children’s caregiver during the days (and sometimes nights), while my wife and I pursued our respective careers. Rais- ing three small children while trying to write, teach, and manage all the other obligations of an academic in today’s university is a challenge even with help, but

, Music Scored by John Williams, Director of Photography John A. Alonzo, A.S.C., Executive Producer Robert l. Rosen, Based on the Novel by Thomas Harris, Screenplay by Ernest Lehman, Kenneth Ross and Ivan Moffat Produced by Robert Evans, ~i::;!~D~ John Frankenheimer, Services by Connaug~t P~oductions, In COlor!",;] l·L",,,..A IRea! the Bantam paperbackI Panavlslon, AParamount Picture I·. ,= .: Figure 18. Promotional poster for Black Sunday (1977)' Courtesy of Paramount Pictures. Black Sunday copyright © 2000 by Paramount Pictures. All rights reserved. Kabakov has had a

Tanz der Spröden (1923). The following year, the two of them established a school in Munich, with Orff as music director. It was here that OrfF developed the famous "Schulwerk" method, still used around the world for enhancing children's receptivity to music. Günther formed stronger creative collaborations with two of her stu- dents, Gunild Keetman (b. 1904) and Maja Lex (1906-1986). In 1930 she formed the Tanzgruppe Günther, for which she acted as a sort of executive producer, with Keetman composing all the music for Lex's choreography, which emerged from the