Das Wunder am Ende der Straße (The Miracle at the End of the Street), is the German title for the translation of Edward Kelsey Moore’s latest novel, The Supremes Sing the Happy Heartache Blues. German publisher Limes has just released the book this week! It is the sequel to the first Supremes novel, which in German translation has the title: Mrs Roosevelt und das Wunder von Earl’s Diner (Mrs. Roosevelt and the Miracle of Earl’s Diner). The new translation is available as a hardcover book (Gebundenes Buch) and eBook throughout Germany and other parts of the world including stores and online merchants in: Switzerland, Belgium, Austria and more! It was translated from English by Babette Schröder.
You might wonder why the book's title in German is different than the English title? The publisher is continuing what they started with the first novel. Here's a question, and Edward's comment on this:
Why do the international translations of The Supremes At Earl's All-You-Can-Eat have different book titles?
EKM: Apparently ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT diners are virtually non-existent outside of the U.S., so the title has been changed for each foreign publisher.
If you are interested in visiting the new book’s page at the German publisher’s site — with purchasing links for Hardcover — click here.
For the publisher's page with some of the novel’s eBook purchasing links (EPUB or Amazon Kindle formats) — click here.
You can sample Chapter 1 and an excerpt of Chapter 2 (in German) — by using either of the links above and then clicking on the book’s cover!
Here are the ISBN book numbers if you'd like to search for additional book stores and online merchants who are selling the German editions:
Das Wunder am Ende der Straße by Edward Kelsey Moore
Aus dem Englischen von Babette Schröder
Gebundenes Buch (hardcover) 9783809026884
als Download (eBook) 9783641217853 epub format
For two performances only, Edward Kelsey Moore along with orchestra colleagues from the Chicago Philharmonic will be performing Danny Elfman’s beloved musical score, LIVE, to accompany Tim Burton’s 1983 film, The Nightmare Before Christmas!
The film follows the earnest-but-misguided adventures of Jack Skellington, the Pumpkin King of Halloween Town, who attempts to bring the Christmas spirit to his spooky hometown. Against the advice of Sally, a lonely rag doll who has feelings for him, Jack enlists three mischievous trick-or-treaters – Lock, Shock, and Barrel – to help him kidnap Santa Claus. This stop-motion animated film is rated "PG".
Edward Kelsey Moore will be performing among his Chicago Philharmonic colleagues for these film events.
Celebrate Halloween and the Day of the Dead with this very special screening of Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas at the historic (maybe even haunted!) 129-year-old Auditorium Theatre. Come dressed in your Halloween best for a costume contest, and discover other Halloween activities in the Auditorium’s lobby! (Orchestra members will be in costumes on Halloween, too!)
Special events and tickets are available for College Students on October 31st — and special tickets and social activities are also available for Young Professionals’ Night on November 1st. Additional special deals, including a premier Box Seat option, and Family Pack ticket discounts for groups of 4 or more, are also being offered!
For special events and ticket offer details — click here! For general information and tickets, use the “Info & Tickets” button below.
Chicago Philharmonic Orchestra
Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas
October 31, and November 1st, 2018 7:30pm - 9:30pm
50 East Ida B Wells Drive (50 E. Congress)
Chicago, IL 60605
The Chicago Jazz Orchestra celebrates their 40th anniversary season in grand style by presenting a special tribute concert to the inimitable Nancy Wilson, featuring an expanded 40-piece orchestra with guest vocalists Roberta Gambarini, Bobbi Wilsyn and Sarah Marie Young.
Wilson, of course, is the renowned American jazz diva with more than 70 albums and three Grammy Awards to her credit. In addition to her 55 year singing career, Nancy Wilson appeared in films and made many television appearances and had her own weekly show on NBC in the late 1960s. More recently, Nancy Wilson was the host for nine seasons of the award winning radio show Jazz Profiles, on NPR.
With acclaimed vocalists Gambarani, Wilsyn and Young essaying Wilson’s signature songs, this CJO tribute concert is sure to be a stylish night out celebrating an unforgettable woman in jazz.
Edward Kelsey Moore will be performing in the 40-piece orchestra for this concert.
A CJO Salute to Nancy Wilson
Saturday, October 13, 2018 at 7:30pm
Studebaker Theater ~ Fine Arts Building
410 S. Michigan Ave, Chicago, IL 60605
The Chicago Jazz Orchestra is among the oldest jazz repertory ensembles in the country and its Conductor and Artistic Director Jeff Lindberg is one of the foremost transcribers in jazz. As a result, the Orchestra’s repertoire draws upon a vast library of works by Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Dizzy Gillespie, Lionel Hampton, Benny Carter, Oliver Nelson, Ray Charles, and many more. The Orchestra also performs compositions and arrangements by its own members.
For 40 years, the CJO has been at the forefront of presenting performances of classic American jazz orchestra repertoire to diverse audiences through reasonably priced programs. Always looking for new challenges – both in repertoire and stylistic choices – Mr. Lindberg has infused the Orchestra with a spirit of versatility that has made the group a favorite performer not only in jazz venues, but also for concert settings, receptions, and dances – just about anywhere that exceptional big band music can be enjoyed.