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Memoirs Of A Music Obsessive
Martin Warminger - music obsessive - journeys through his personal history of rock and pop music. Accumulating an extensive collection of singles and albums, his love of popular music has resulted in profound effects on his life.
Can't quite remember who sang that song? Here's someone who's sure to know... a legacy of nostalgic memories to treasure - happy reminiscing!
Sharing his remarkable knowledge and appreciation of the music industry, he recalls the highs and lows of favourite artists and bands - spanning more than fifty years.
What is music? How is it constructed? How is it consumed? Why do you enjoy it at all? InMusic: A Very Short plays Introduction, Nicholas Cook invites us to really think about music and the role it plays in our lives and our ears. Drawing on a number of accessible examples, the author prompts us to call on our own musical experiences in order to think more critically about the roles of the performers and the listener, about music as a commodity and an experience, what it means to understand music, and the values we ascribe to it.
This very short introduction, written with both humor and flair, begins with a sampling of music as human activity and then goes on to consider the slippery phenomenon of how music has become an object of thought. Covering not only Western and classical music, Cook touches on all types from rock to Indonesian music and beyond. Incorporating musical forms from every continent,Music will make enjoyable reading for beginner and expert alike.
About the Series: Combining authority with wit, accessibility, and style, Very Short Introductionsoffer an introduction to some of life's most interesting topics. Written by experts for the newcomer, they demonstrate the finest contemporary thinking about the central problems and issues in hundreds of key topics, from philosophy to Freud, quantum theory to Islam.
Play With A Pro Trumpet Music
Join a current Broadway musician to practice first or second trumpet with 16 selections of bop, swing, Latin, jazz, rock, Dixieland, and blues arrangements. In addition to the music, this volume includes downloadable MP3s with backup accompaniment for rehearsal routines.
Each song is recorded three ways:
1. Practice playing first or second trumpet with the title tracks, MP3s 1-16, marked TT.
2. Practice playing melody with harmony accompaniment, MP3s 17-32, marked HT.
3. Practice playing harmony with melody accompaniment, MP3s 33-48, marked MT.
These rehearsal routines are comparable to playing a 30-minute set with a live stage band!
Hard As A Rock
Bestselling author Christine Warren returns to the mesmerizing world of gargoyles in which the laws of attraction are never written in stone-and love knows no boundsâ€¦
Wynn Powe comes from a long line of powerful women, and an equally long line of Wardens. Unfortunately, Wardens all over have gone missing-her brother included-just when the threat from the Order of Eternal Darkness has begun to rise. Now more than ever, humanity needs Guardians to stand between them and the ultimate evil, so Wynn has returned to Chicago to locate a Guardian of her own. But the Order of Eternal Darkness has beat her to the punch, and the statue she's come to investigate has been blown to smithereens. An elusive enemy is on her trailâ€¦and this time, she's on her own. It's up to her, a woman with no training as a Warden, to summon a new Guardian to the fight.
Hard as a Rock Enter Knox. He may be a newly summoned Guardian, but he possesses all the skills and memories of his raceâ€¦along with drop-dead, expertly-chiseled good looks. Bound to Wynn as his Warden, Knox vows to learn the truth about the destroyed Guardian-and protect Wynn at all costs. But he never could have imagined the fierce attraction that has taken hold of him, body and soul. Is his desire for Wynn worth the risk of being destroyed by the Order? The only thing he knows for sure is that he won't go down without a fight. Nor will he pass up a night of pure blind passion. . .
About the Author
Christine Warren is the author of Stone Cold Lover and Heart of Stone, as well as the Novels of the Others, including NEW YORK TIMES Bestsellers Big Bad Wolf, Walk on the Wild Side, and One Bite with a Stranger. Born and raised in coastal New England, she now lives as a transplant in the Pacific Northwest, where she gets ocean, mountains, forests, and farmland all in one pretty package. When not writing (as if that ever happens), she enjoys spoiling her horse, playing with her dogs, concocting all sorts of yummies (both liquid and solid), and most of all, reading things someone else had to agonize over.
Film Music: A History explains the development of film music by considering large-scale aesthetic trends and structural developments alongside socioeconomic, technological, cultural, and philosophical circumstances.
The book's four large parts are given over to Music and the Silent Film (1894-1927), Music and the Early Sound Film (1895-1933), Music in the Classical-Style Hollywood Film (1933-1960), and Film Music in the Post-Classic Period (1958-2008). Whereas most treatments of the subject are simply chronicles of great film scores and their composers, this book offers a genuine history of film music in terms of societal changes and technological and economic developments within the film industry. Instead of celebrating film-music masterpieces, it deals-logically and thoroughly-with the complex 'machine' whose smooth running allowed those occasional masterpieces to happen and whose periodic adjustments prompted the large-scale twists and turns in film music's path.
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