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Fiddle Time Sprinters Piano Accompaniments

Author : Kathy Blackwell
ISBN : 0193220970
Genre : Music
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Straightforward piano accompaniments to the pieces in Fiddle Time Sprinters. · Attractive and idiomatic accompaniments · Suitable for amateur pianists · Violin part included cue-size above piano part
Category: Music

Fiddle Time Christmas

Author : Kathy Blackwell
ISBN : 0193220903
Genre : Music
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A collection of 32 easy Christmas pieces for violin, with words to sing along and chords for guitar or keyboard. There are a mixture of solo and duet arrangements which span the level of difficulty of the Fiddle Time Joggers and Fiddle Time Runners books. Many tunes are compatible with Viola Time Christmas and Cello Time Christmas.
Category: Music

Cello Time Sprinters Cd

Author : Kathy Blackwell
ISBN : 0193221152
Genre : Music
File Size : 43.29 MB
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Cello Time Sprinters is the third book in this hugely successful series, building on the firm technical and stylistic foundations of Joggers and Runners by featuring extended pieces in first position, and fourth position pieces. The book includes original pieces in different styles, pieces by a range of composers, and duets with parts of equal difficulty, together with CDs of performances and backings. Straightforward piano accompaniments are available in a separate volume.
Category: Music

The Fiddler S Almanac

Author : Ryan J. Thomson
ISBN : 0931877008
Genre : Music
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Niagara Index

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ISBN : NYPL:33433074825674
Genre : College student newspapers and periodicals
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Music At Michigan

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ISBN : UOM:39015009459010
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An Index To Articles Published In The Etude Magazine 1883 1957 Chronological Index Author Index

Author : Pamela Richardson Dennis
ISBN : 0895797119
Genre : Reference
File Size : 21.33 MB
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As America's geography and societal demands expanded, the topics in The Etude magazine (first published in 1883) took on such important issues as women in music; immigration; transportation; Native American and African American composers and their music; World War I and II; public schools; new technologies (sound recordings, radio, and television); and modern music (jazz, gospel, blues, early 20th century composers) in addition to regular book reviews, teaching advice, interviews, biographies, and advertisements. Though a valued source particularly for private music teachers, with the de-emphasis on the professional elite and the decline in salon music, the magazine ceased publication in 1957. This Index to the articles in The Etude serves as a companion to E. Douglas Bomberger¿s 2004 publication on the music in The Etude. Published a little over fifty years after the final issue reached the public, this Index chronicles vocal and instrumental technique, composer biographies, position openings, department store orchestras, the design of a successful music studio, how to play an accordion, recital programs in music schools, and much more. The Index is a valuable tool for research, particularly in the music culture of American in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. With titles of these articles available, the doors are now open for further research in the years to come. The Index is published in two parts and sold as a set for $250.00.
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Blue Skies And Thunder

Author : Virgil Westdale, Stephanie A. Gerdes
ISBN : 9781440182587
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In 1942, Virgil Westdale was a successful young flight instructor when the government ousted him from the Air Corps and demoted him to army private. Having grown up as a Japanese American midwestern farm boy, Westdale had his first taste of Japanese culture when he was sent to train with the all Japanese American unit, the 442nd Regimental Combat Team. He was ultimately transferred to the 522nd Artillery Battalion, where, as a member of the Fire Direction Center, he helped push the Germans out of Italy, rescue the “Lost Battalion” in France, and free prisoners from Dachau Concentration Camp in Germany. After the war, Westdale went on to pursue a career in research and development with large corporations. He received twenty-five U.S. patents and earned an international award for his work with photocopier components. In retirement, he has been working for the TSA, returning to the worlds of aviation and national security. Written for the lay reader as well as the history buff, Westdale’s stories of World War II challenge preconceived notions of what we think we know about a soldier’s life in Europe and offer images that go beyond the history books. ---"Spanning over ninety years, Virgil’s amazing and complex life story vividly reflects America’s history from the early 1900s to our current fight against terrorism. His book reads if he were sitting before me casually sharing his life. A highlight of my career––both as an Army officer and a Federal Civil Servant––has been the honor of working with and getting to know Virgil Westdale, a great American. This is a truly fascinating and memorable autobiography." John H. Mumma, Colonel, US Army Retired Federal Security Director, Transportation Security Administration ---"Virgil Westdale’s Blue Skies and Thunder tells a story that is both unique in American history and uniquely American. After growing up as a Midwestern farm boy whose Japanese father had largely assimilated into the local community, he found himself after Pearl Harbor viewed with suspicion by the very government he wanted to serve in the Second World War. Denied a chance to serve as a military pilot, or even as a pilot trainer, he eventually found his way into a newly created Japanese American artillery unit and served with distinction in Italy, France and Germany. Back in the United States, he completed college and made a career for himself as an engineer with multiple patents to his credit, and eventually served his country a second time, as an airport security officer. His account is highly readable and offers insights into a wide range of aspects of both his own life and the world around him." Dr. James Smither, Director Grand Valley State University Veterans History Project
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