SEVEN STUDIES IN POP PIANO

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Seven Studies In Pop Piano

Author : Bill Hilton
ISBN : 095622041X
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Seven Studies in Pop Piano is a collection of short piano pieces that will help you learn the styles used by major pop pianists. The studies range from easy to intermediate. Each one comes with notes explaining the techniques used, the underpinning theory and harmony, and suggestions on how to develop your own improvisations.
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From Psalm To Symphony

Author : Nicholas E. Tawa
ISBN : 1555534910
Genre : History
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Examines for the first time New England's rich heritage of music making over a span of 350 years
Category: History

Stereo Review

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ISBN : UOM:39015078918334
Genre : Sound recordings
File Size : 66.86 MB
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Category: Sound recordings

The Popular Music Studies Reader

Author : Andy Bennett
ISBN : 0415307090
Genre : Music
File Size : 42.64 MB
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The Popular Music Studies Reader maps the changing nature of popular music over the last decade and considers how popular music studies has expanded and developed to deal with these changes. A wide range of international contributors featuring some of the biggest names in popular music and cultural studies including Philip Auslander, Paul Gilroy and Kodwo Eshun and discuss: * the increasing participation of women in the industry * the changing role of gender and sexuality in popular music * the role of new technologies, especially in production and distribution * the changing nature of the relationship between music production and consumption. The Popular Music Studies Reader places popular music in its cultural context, looks at the significance of popular music in our everyday lives, and examines the global nature of the music industry.
Category: Music

Piano Stylings Of The Great Standards

Author : Edward Shanaphy
ISBN : 9781929009176
Genre : Music
File Size : 45.39 MB
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Piano Stylings of the Great Standards is a series of books created for the pianist who longs to play the best-loved and most important songs of the popular genre in very special and elegant musical settings. The arrangements are represented in varying styles, written and influenced by the many great pianists who, over the years, have helped to shape popular piano performance. The series is designed to supply a broad scope of popular piano repertoire for solo performance, both for the working pianist and the amateur. As with all books in this series, it includes a unique lay-flat binding to help keep the music open on the music stand. Titles: Dancing on the Ceiling * Days of Wine and Roses * Honeysuckle Rose * I'll Get By * Love is Here to Stay * The More I See You * S'Wonderful * Skylark * Smoke Gets in Your Eyes * While We're Young
Category: Music

Jazz Rock Fusion

Author : Julie Coryell
ISBN : 0793599415
Genre : Music
File Size : 39.31 MB
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This collection of interviews and photos celebrates some of the most outstanding artists in these genres. The book is divided by instrument, and for each artist there is a biography, an interview by Julie Coryell, an outstanding photo by Laura Friedman, and a selected, cross-referenced discography. Legendary players covered here include: Miles Davis, Jaco Pastorius, Michael Brecker, Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Stanley Clarke, Freddie Hubbard, Roy Ayers, Ron Carter, Chick Corea, George Benson, Flora Purim and many others. Also features a stunning section of full-color photos, and a preface by Ramsey Lewis. 368 pages.
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Prince The Making Of A Pop Music Phenomenon

Author : Stan Hawkins
ISBN : 9781317075943
Genre : Music
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The career of the prolific pop artist Prince has become inextricably intertwined with the history of popular music since the late 1970s. This multi-instrumental icon, who remains one of the highest-grossing live performers in America, has been called a genius for his musicianship, composition and incredible performances. But Prince holds iconic status for more than his music. Best known for his racial blurring and extravagant sexual persona, Prince's music and visual iconography has always chimed with the ambiguity of subjectivity at any given moment. 'Prince' the sign offers a space for fans to evaluate and reconfigure their attitudes towards their own identities, and towards their position as subjects within the socio-cultural sphere. This much-needed interdisciplinary analysis is the first of its kind to examine critically Prince's popular music, performances, sounds, lyrics and the plethora of accompanying visual material such as album covers, posters, fashions, promotional videos and feature films. Specifically, the book explores how and why he has played such a profoundly meaningful and significant role in his fans' lives.
Category: Music