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Classical Studies for Pick Style Guitar Volume 1 Music Instruction

Author : William Leavitt
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(Guitar Method). This Berklee Workshop, featuring over 20 solos and duets by Bach, Carcassi, Paganini, Sor and other renowned composers, is designed to acquaint intermediate to advanced pick-style guitarists with some of the excellent classical music that is adaptable to pick-style guitar. With study and practice, this workshop will increase a player's knowledge and proficiency on this formidable instrument.

Classical Studies for Pick style Guitar

Author : William Leavitt
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(Guitar Method). This Berklee Workshop, featuring over 20 solos and duets by Bach, Carcassi, Paganini, Sor and other renowned composers, is designed to acquaint intermediate to advanced pick-style guitarists with some of the excellent classical music that is adaptable to pick-style guitar. With study and practice, this workshop will increase a player's knowledge and proficiency on this formidable instrument.

Classical Studies for Contemporary Guitar

Author : Todd Mosby
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Classical Studies For Contemporary Guitar represents a body of violin etudes to development classical repertoire and pick style single string playing as well as fingerpicking technique. For teachers, this volume offers duets in the form of inventions and cannons which aid in play along assignments. The Kreutzer etudes will help cement fingerings from the five basic groups. This is also a great aid to development of sight reading skills with in the five basic fingers. For the practicing guitarist it offers a technical repertoire which works equally well in wedding type ceremonies, events which require classical background as well as a few pieces for concert settings. Developed and tested over a period of time, these works are required pieces for the serious guitarist wanting to advance performance abilities. Violin studies were the only source of technical proficiency for pick style guitar until the mid 1960's. Very practical, music written by masters of their time, Classical Studies For Contemporary Guitar will definitely ignite your chops.

How to Get a Job in the Music and Recording Industry

Author : Kristen Schilo
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Get more than your foot in the door! This is the bible for anyone who has ever dreamed of landing a job in the music business, from recording the next Top 10 hit to running a record company. Featuring advice and secrets to educate and empower the serious entertainment industry job seeker, this handy guide provides: details on booming job prospects in new media, a resource directory of key publications and top industry trade organizations, interviews with top pros revealing how they got their start, workshops to help you assess and develop a personalized career path, networking and resume tips, and much more.

Songwriting Essential Guide to Rhyming

Author : Pat Pattison
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(Berklee Press). This book has a very specific purpose: to help songwriters find better rhymes and use them more effectively. Rhyme is one of the most crucial areas of lyrics writing, and this guide will provide all of the technical information necessary to develop your skills completely. The exercises and worksheets help experienced writers take a fresh look at their techniques, and prevent novices from developing bad habits. Use this book to start writing better than ever before!

Inside the Hits

Author : David Nathan
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(Berklee Press). How does a song become more than words and music to represent or influence the voice of a generation? Inside the Hits dissects more than 60 of the most powerful and memorable hit songs since the birth of rock and roll to reveal the roots of their success. Author Wayne Wadhams examines the key ingredients that made the songs work then and now, including: melody, lyrics, performance, production, artist image, promotion, and market timing. What really stopped Mick Jagger from getting "Satisfaction"? How did a secretary who was mistaken for a prostitute give Donna Summer her new sound? Find all the answers in Inside the Hits . "Reading Inside the Hits was like reliving some of the most memorable moments in rock and roll. A captivating read for industry professionals and fans alike." Phil Ramone

The Self promoting Musician

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Take charge of your career with these do-it-yourself strategies for independent music success! Peter Spellman, the Director of the Career Development Center at Berklee, gives tips on how to: write a business plan, create press kits, use the Internet to boost your career, customize your demos for maximum exposure, get better gigs and airplay, network successfully, and create the industry buzz you need to succeed. A must-read for every aspiring musician!

National Union Catalog

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Includes entries for maps and atlases.

Bibliographic Guide to Music

Author : New York Public Library. Music Division
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The Publishers Trade List Annual

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Neoclassical Speed Strategies for Guitar

Author : Chris Brooks
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Neo-Classical Speed Strategies for Guitar is about breaking barriers, systemising strengths, and helping you overcome the common hurdles of speed picking by analysing a true icon of shred guitar.

Strategies for Teaching Middle level and High School Guitar

Author : Bill Purse
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This book provides a solid offering of skills and techniques that music teachers have developed in their daily teaching practices. The strategies reflect the myriad styles, tastes, and interest of guitar teachers nationwide and creative ways those interests are explored. The 48 strategies include step-by-step instruction with ideas and resources.

Learning the Classic Guitar

Author : Aaron Shearer
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Guitar Player

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Catalog of Copyright Entries

Author : Library of Congress. Copyright Office
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Catalog of Copyright Entries Third Series

Author : Library of Congress. Copyright Office
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Frets

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Folklore and Mythology Studies

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Catalog of Copyright Entries Fourth Series

Author : Library of Congress. Copyright Office
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Mel Bay presents Harmonic mechanisms for guitar

Author : George Van Eps
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