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Edition adapted for British and Australian students. The Music Tree series continues the development of complete musicianship by providing the beginner with delightful and varied repertoire. The pupil learns a variety of idioms encompassing folk, jazz and pop. The creativity of the students is emphasized since they are given musical segments to rearrange, transpose, complete or to use as the basis for a new composition. Technical aspects are also addressed including greater facility, blocked intervals and chords, and more hands together playing. Guided training steps are used to encourage intelligent practice skills.
Providing access to virtually any subject related to music and musicians in Canada, more than 900 annotated entries are organized under 13 topics, and indexed by author, subject, and title. Background and supplementary information and suggestions for research are presented in introductory essays. The material covered reflects the broad spectrum of music in Canadian society including historical, analytical, and biographical studies of music derived from the European tradition, First Nations and Inuit music, jazz and popular works, folk and ethnic music, education, research and bibliographical materials. The reader is also directed to some important on-line resources.
Musical Impressions was written to provide pianists with the experience of playing in a variety of styles. Capturing the essence of different styles is an important aspect of pianistic development. Jazz styles, romantic ballads, mysterious sounds, and more are found in this series, providing pianists of any age with pieces in many moods. Titles: Armadillo Rag * Brazilian Maracas * Butterflies and Rainbows * Castle by the Sea * Chocolate Smoothie * Drum Beats * Hot Air Balloon Ride * Hound Dog Blues * Mariachi Band * What's That Noise? * Whistle-Stop Boogie.
Through primary documents, jazz historian Lewis Porter introduces the major topics in the history of jazz. Interviews, articles, and other writings explore the key issues in jazz over the past hundred years, including the struggle to define 'jazz' and to locate its origins; race politics in the 1950s and 1960s; and the more recent debates over Traditionalism and Revivalism.
Here is a poem collection for everybody to lie back comfortably in their couch holding a cup of cocoa and lose themselves into a world of thoughts. These thoughts seem to be so rhythmic that we call them 'Musical Thoughts'. The poems in this book mainly focus on nature, human behaviour and elements which influence mood of a person. The verses of this book may reflect one or other point of your life. Just reading them may make you think that the author lives in an imaginary world but a deeper look at the words will reveal you something very real, something to which you can relate yourself.
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