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Postclassical Violin Book 1

Author : Charlie McCarthy
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An instruction manual for the modern violinist in how to improvise solo and accompianament lines over jazz and folk music. Postclassical is a term used to descripe music genres and musicality which players investigate after a prolonged period or immersed career of playing exclusively classical music. It is a great way to utilise your existing knowledge and technique in other genres. The objective of this book is to guide string players through a structured and sequenced path to becoming a more fluent improvisor and a more effective ensemble member. You will achieve this by also expanding your role as an accompaniment instrument in an ensemble setting. This book is aimed at players who are already reasonably fluent with their instrument and musical vernacular and who can read sheet music, chord charts and lead sheets. There are eighty tunes from the swing Manouche style used in this system; the idea being that you increase your repertoire whilst developing your knowledge of playing through this genre. It is essential to learn and memorise the chord progression and form of each tune BEFORE you memorise the melody. If you only learn the melody, then you only know half of the tune. Be like a conductor, be aware of what everyone in the band is doing, what all the other roles are in a tune. Immerse yourself in a genre and remember; you are what you listen to. The skills presented are not specific to jazz. These concepts are easily transferrable to bluegrass, old timey, swing, folk, trad and other genres with elements of spontaneous creativity and mixed instrumentation. I chose Manouche jazz as the medium for these techniques as I have the most experience in this genre and there is an abundance of repertoire and recordings. As a style it features the violin quite prominently, it is great fun to learn about and play and I really enjoy it.

Stories for Young Readers Book 1

Author : Robert Kinney
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Stories for Young Readers, Book 1, Global Color Edition, is a series of ESL readings that includes questions, grammatical explanations, exercises, and puzzles for beginning students. This textbook presents English in clear, grammatically simple, and direct language. Teachers can utilize the stories and exercises in a variety of ways, including listening comprehension, reading, writing, and conversation. Most importantly, the textbook has been designed to extend students' skills and interest in developing their ability to communicate in English.

Stories for Young Readers Book 1 Teacher s Answer Key

Author : Donald Kinney
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Stories for Young Readers, Book 1, Teacher's Answer Key, by Kinney Brothers Publishing, provides teachers with puzzle and question exercise answers. The book content is the same as the student's book and provides ESL readings with questions, grammatical explanations, exercises, and puzzles for beginning students. This textbook presents English in clear, grammatically simple, and direct language. Teachers can utilize the stories and exercises in a variety of ways, including listening comprehension, reading, writing, and conversation. Most importantly, the textbook has been designed to extend students' skills and interest in developing their ability to communicate in English.

Alfred s Musictech Book 1

Author : Tom Rudolph
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The Music Tech Series Teacher's Manual incorporates all three of the books in the series (Composing Music with Notation, Playing Keyboard and Sequencing and Music Production). A Teacher's CD containing additional files not found in the Student CDs is included. The Teacher's Manual provides lesson ideas (suggestions that you can reference as you teach each page of the Student Books), assessment possibilities, and extension activities (additional activities you can consider to extend the lesson). The comb binding creates a lay-flat book that is perfect for study and performance.

Electronic Keyboard Lessons for Kids Book 1

Author : LearnToPlayMusic.com
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Teach how to play keyboard for kids with our easy keyboard lessons for kids. ***Comes with online access to free keyboard videos and audio demonstrating all examples. See and hear how each one is played by a teacher, then play along with the backing band. Also includes music score and keyboard animation for easy music learning.*** "This is a great beginner book! [The video] has completely held my five-year-old's interest because he is so eager to learn how to play keyboard. The colorful drawings and song names are also great for his interest level. I would recommend this to an early learner who is interested in learning." - summerwhite [Amazon] Progressive Electronic Keyboard Method for Young Beginners - Book 1 contains all you need to know to start teaching kids to play keyboard - in one easy-to-follow, lesson-by-lesson children’s keyboard tutorial. Suitable for children aged 4 to 8 years and all types of electronic keyboards including Roland, Casio and Yamaha. No prior knowledge of how to read music or playing the keyboard is required to teach a child to learn to play keyboard from this book. Teach your child: • How to play keyboard notes for kids and keyboard chords • All the fundamental techniques of electronic keyboard playing including correct posture, hand position and fingering technique for 5 beginner keyboard notes, 3 one-finger chords and 3 fingered chords • Basic keyboard theory for kids including how to read music and beginner chord symbols • Keyboard tips for kids that every child should know when learning keyboard • Shortcuts for how to learn keyboard fast by getting the most from keyboard practice sessions Contains everything you need to know about how to teach a child to play keyboard today. Features include: • Progressive step-by-step easy keyboard lessons written by a professional children’s keyboard teacher • Beautifully illustrated in full color throughout • Easy-to-read keyboard music for kids, keyboard chords for kids and with lyrics to sing along • Electronic keyboard chord chart for all one-finger chords and fingered chords used within this book • 43 great sounding keyboard exercises and popular easy keyboard songs for kids Kids keyboard lessons have never been this easy for parents and teachers who want to teach children to learn how to play the keyboard, fast. LearnToPlayMusic.com's keyboard lessons for kids are used by children’s keyboard teachers worldwide to teach how to play keyboard for kids. For over 30 years, our team of professional authors, composers and musicians have crafted music lesson books that are a cut above the rest. We offer a large selection of music lessons for kids that cover many different instruments in print, eBook and app formats. Awarded the 'Quality Excellence Design' (QED) seal of approval for eBook innovation, LearnToPlayMusic.com continues to set the standard for quality children’s music education resources.

Recorder from the Beginning Pupil s Book 1

Author : John Pitts
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Recorder From The Beginning: Pupil's Book 1 (2004 Edition) is the full-colour revised edition of John Pitts' best-selling recorder course. The eight extra pages in Book 1 have allowed for some new tunes and rounds, whilst retaining the well-known favourites that have helped to make the scheme such an enduring success. This is the book we all learned from as children and is still, successfully, teaching today's youth how to play the Recorder.

Read to Lead

Author : Jeff Brown
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It's the common habit shared by many successful people throughout history. It's responsible for unlocking limitless creativity and influence. It's known to reduce stress, improve decision-making skills, and make you a better leader. What is it? Reading. And it's the single best thing you can do to improve yourself professionally. Reading more and better books creates opportunities for you to learn new skills, rise above your competition, and build a successful career. In Read to Lead you'll learn - why you need to read like your career depends on it - the five science-backed reasons reading will help you build your career - how to absorb a book into your bloodstream - a technique that can double (or triple!) your reading speed - tips on creating a lifetime reading habit - and more If you want to lead a more satisfied life, have more intelligent conversations, and broaden your mind, you need to read to lead!

Irish Culture Book Elementary Pre Intermediate

Author : Ian O'Malley
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THE IRISH CULTURE BOOK Elementary/Pre-Intermediate is a book of activities designed to foster discussion on aspects of Irish culture. It can be used by anyone with an interest in exploring Irish culture, most especially in a learning, multicultural environment. The book is aimed at students of English as a Second Language (ESL) at A1/A2 level and can be used as part of a language course or as a self-access book. The book can help develop speaking skills and improve fluency. The conversations deepen critical thinking skills essential for success in a new culture and also for studying in university programs. The book is full of interesting and thought-provoking activities and gives users great opportunities for comparative reflection on their own cultures. There are over 350 questions, over 100 quotations including Irish proverbs; as well as questionnaires, matching and correcting exercises; quizzes and creative problem-solving tasks. All listenings are available to download for free at: irishculturebook.com

Catalog of Copyright Entries

Author : Library of Congress. Copyright Office
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Piano Keyboard All in One For Dummies

Author : Holly Day
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The comprehensive go-to guide for building keyboard skills Being able to play a tune on the piano can bring you a lifetime of sheer aesthetic pleasureand put you in serious demand at parties! Whatever your motivation for tinkling the ivories, the latest edition of Piano & Keyboard All-In-One For Dummies gives you the essentials you need both to build your playing skills and expand your knowledge of music theory, from deciding what keyboard suits you best to musing on the science of what makes music so emotionally compelling. This indispensable resource combines the best of Piano For Dummies, Keyboard For Dummies, Music Theory For Dummies, and Piano Exercises For Dummies and includes practice strategies, as well as access to streaming and downloadable audio to help guide your progress. In addition to becoming acquainted with the latest in music theory, youll learn to develop your sight-reading skills and performance techniques until you can reproduce pieces flawlessly on request! Choose and care for your keyboard Practice until perfect Compose your own songs Hook up to speakers, computers, and more Learning to play the keys is a never-ending journey of new discoveries and joy, and theres no better companion on your voyage than this friendly, erudite, and comprehensive guide. P.S. If you think this book seems familiar, youre probably right. The Dummies team updated the cover and design to give the book a fresh feel, but the content is the same as the previous release of Piano and Keyboard AIO For Dummies (9781118837429). The book you see here shouldnt be considered a new or updated product. But if youre in the mood to learn something new, check out some of our other books. Were always writing about new topics!