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Music Books up for Grabs

Music-related books up for grabs:

INSTRUMENT METHOD BOOKS ETC.:

-          Rondo (a.k.a. “Turkish Rondo” for piano), Mozart

-          The Virtuoso Pianist (books 1 and 2), Hanon

-          1983/1984 T.V. Songbook (yes, TV themes for piano)

-          The Jazz Pianist, book 3, John Mehegan (historically interesting if not particularly useful)

-          Metronome Techniques, Frederick Franz

-          Beginning Jazz Guitar, Jody Fisher (2 copies)

-          Beginning Jazz Guitar DVD, Jody Fisher

-          Intermediate Jazz Guitar, Jody Fisher

-          The Folksinger’s Guitar Guide: An Instruction Manual, Jerry Silverman, “Based on the Folkways Record by Pete Seeger (2 copies)

-          Sal Salvador Jazz Guitar Series: Chordal Enrichment and Chord Substitution. Sal Salvador

-          The Dulcimer Book, Jean Ritchie

-          Fun With the Tenor Banjo, Mel Bay

-          The Dobro Book, Stacy Phillips

-          Rubank Elementary Method for String Bass, Sylvan D. Ward

-          Enjoy Your Recorder: The Trapp Family Singers’ New complete method of Instruction for the Recorder, Trapp Family Singers (2 copies)

-          Mel Bay Presents the flutist’s companion, a comprehensive method, Mizzy McCaskill and Dona Gilliam

-          Rockschool 2: Electronics, Keyboards and Vocals (companion to public TV series)

MISCELLANEOUS:

-          The Indie Bible, 7th Edition (“The all-in-one resource for recording artists”)

-          Been There and Gone: A Memoir of the Blues, “A Fiction” by David Dalton

-          Land Where the Blues Began (memoir) by Alan Lomax

-          Listening to Music (a good general music appreciation book) by Daniels & Wagner

-          The Pianist’s Problems: A Modern Approach to Efficient Practice and Musicianly Performance by William S. Newman, Ph.D.

-          Passion for the Piano by Judith Oringer

-          The Harmonic Organization of The Rite Of Spring by Allen Forte

-          The Poets of Tin Pan Alley: A History of America’s Great Lyricists by Philip Furia

-          Stir It Up: Musical Mixes from Roots to Jazz by Gene Santoro

-          Jazz: A History of America’s Music (big ol’ coffee table book, and we ain’t got no coffee table) by Geoffrey C. Ward and Ken Burns

-          The Science of Sound (a 200-plus page Scientific American book) by John R. Pierce

-          The Physics of Music (a collection of articles from Scientific American)

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  1. Phil Faraci

     /  June 24, 2010

    Hi Noah,
    I’ll claim some books if they’re still there.
    -The Pianist’s Problems: A Modern Approach to Efficient Practice and Musicianly
    Performance by William S. Newman, Ph.D.
    - Passion for the Piano by Judith Oringer
    -The Poets of Tin Pan Alley: A History of America’s Great Lyricists by Philip Furia

    Thanks.
    Phil

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