PLAYING THE BASS WITH THREE LEFT HANDS

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Playing The Bass With Three Left Hands

Author : Will Carruthers
ISBN : 9780571329984
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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I can confirm that should you ever find yourself on stage playing the bass guitar with tree left hands, it is usually the one in the middle that is the real one. The other two are probably phantoms. Playing the Bass with Three Left Hands tells the story of one of the most influential, revered and ultimately demented British bands of the 1980s, Spacemen 3. In classic rock n roll style they split up on the brink of their major breakthrough. As the decade turned sour and acid house hit the news, Rugby's finest imploded spectacularly, with Jason Pierce (aka Jason Spaceman) and Pete Kember (aka Sonic Boom) going their separate ways. Here, Will Carruthers tells the whole sorry story and the segue into Spirtualised in one of the funniest and most memorable memoirs committed to the page.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Keyboard Made Easy

Author : Alfred Publishing
ISBN : 1929395280
Genre : Music
File Size : 29.38 MB
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A fun and easy way to get started playing piano or keyboard. Teaches everything you need to know for a solid foundation learning keyboard. Keyboard Made Easy! is a great alternative to traditional piano methods that assume every student wants to be a classical pianist. Rather, this book prepares students to learn the style of popular music they enjoy, such as pop, jazz or blues. Covers several different ways to accompany melodies using familiar, beautiful tunes.
Category: Music

The Art Of Double Bass Playing

Author : Warren Benfield
ISBN : 1457400405
Genre : Music
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The Art of Double Bass Playing is the result of a collaboration between Warren Benfield, an outstanding bassist/teacher and James Seay Dean, Jr., Associate Professor of English at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside, a skilled writer/editor. Warren Benfield started his professional career in 1934 as the youngest member of the Minneapolis Symphony. Moving on to the St. Louis Symphony as principal bass and then to the Philadelphia Orchestra as co-principal bass, he joined the Chicago Symphony in 1949 where he remained until his retirement in 1987. Benfield has always been dedicated to teaching, and during his years with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, he was on the faculties of Northwestern University and DePaul University. He has also given many master classes and lectures, including two in China. Since retiring, he is continuing to teach a few students at the American Conservatory and at Chicago's Merit School for underprivileged children, which focuses on the arts. Benfield's particular aim is to teach the approach of the double bass from a musical, as well as a technical standpoint.
Category: Music

Strictly Strings Book 2

Author : Jacquelyn Dillon
ISBN : 1457439395
Genre : Music
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An easy-to-teach, straight forward string method from three renowned pedagogues. A unique letter-note style of music notation is utilized which ensures a smooth transition from rote to note reading. Students are quickly introduced to ensemble playing and play a wide variety of fun-to play melodies, keys and modes. Strictly Strings features a carefully prepared lesson sequence which develops all players' abilities equally.
Category: Music

Rock Keyboard For Beginners

Author : Robert Brown
ISBN : 0882849247
Genre : Music
File Size : 34.57 MB
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Start with cool rock patterns for each hand, then gradually progress toward playing chords and melodies using both hands together. 48 pages.
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Playing The Piano For Pleasure

Author : Charles Cooke
ISBN : 9781616082307
Genre : Music
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“Playing Piano for Pleasure is a minor classic of self-help . . . published in 1941 in the upbeat style of Dale Carnegie.”—Michael Kimmelman, The New York Times
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Inside The Music The Life Of Idris Muhammad

Author : Idris Muhammad
ISBN : 9781469192185
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 55.43 MB
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This book is the product of extensive taperecorded interviews conducted by Britt Alexander. Mr. Alexander met Idris Muhammad at Joe Segals Jazz Showcase in Chicago, IL, in the Fall of 1998, when he was writing free-lance for drum magazine publications. Mr. Muhammad then resided in Austria. Upon publication of the initial interview, both Muhammad and Alexander were living in New York City. The interviews continued. The result has been formatted into this book. Mr. Muhammad is now retired and living in New Orleans, LA. Mr. Alexander is a professional drummer, living in Santa Fe, NM.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Art Of Accompaniment From A Thorough Bass

Author : Franck Thomas Arnold
ISBN : 0486431886
Genre : Music
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This legendary work presents a comprehensive survey that covers every issue of significance to today's performers, with numerous musical examples, authoritative citations, and scholarly interpretations and syntheses.
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It 39 S About Music

Author : Jean-Michel Pilc
ISBN : 9780985903947
Genre : Music
File Size : 40.17 MB
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Jean-Michel Pilc, jazz pianist and faculty member of Steinhardt School, New York University, has written a remarkable book about the artistic and creative process in the arts. The conversational style well suits the wide ranging topic which draws examples from art and music both classical and jazz. A beautifully expressed work on a subject otherwise impossible to write about. Hailed by musicians around the world as enlightened and inspirational.
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Billy Sheehan Basic Bass

Author : Billy Sheehan
ISBN : 1457420082
Genre : Music
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Join legendary artist Billy Sheehan as he reveals the techniques and secrets behind his success as one of the most respected players of all time. Now you can learn to play bass from one of the true masters.
Category: Music