e-books in Music category
by Andrew Pregnall (ed.) - VT Publishing , 2018
The book represents our collective contribution to the larger scholarship on the most important band in rock history. The chapters of this book build upon the Lewisohn narrative and take into account the recurring issues in Beatles historiography.
by William B. White - Dover Publications, Inc. , 1975
To know a piano accurately one must understand the laws governing tone quality, and how the propagation of sound is produced as well as the pitch and intensity of sound. This is the only work of its kind ever put forth in the English language.
by Natalie Sarrazin - Open SUNY Textbooks , 2016
This book explores a holistic, artistic, and integrated approach to understanding the developmental connections between music and children. This book guides professionals to work through music, harnessing the processes that underlie music learning...
by Bernd Clausen, et al. - De Gruyter Open , 2015
This volume deals with the musical activities of minorities and their impact on musical traditions in Europe. It also provides model projects with a practical insight into the life and work with music of migrant and minority cultures across Europe.
by Clayton Funk - The Ohio State University , 2016
A guide for artist and musician biographies. We discuss art and music in the context of popular culture, so you will see relationships between art and music and what you are learning and the way you live, to connect them to your own experience.
by Edward Foley - MDPI AG , 2015
Music is a virtually ubiquitous companion to religious and spiritual practices. The intangible, insubstantial nature of sound is one of the reasons why music has so effectively symbolized the mysterious and wholly other since the dawn of creation.
by Clement A. Harris - H. W. Gray Co. , 1917
It is reasonable to expect that a musician shall be at least an accurate and legible writer as well as a reader of the language of his Art. The writing of music must be taught concurrently with the reading of it. Hence the following pages.
by Anthony Brandt, Robert McClure - Connexions , 2011
This book offers a new approach to music appreciation for adults, focusing on style-independent concepts. The goal is to equip you with questions that you may ask of any piece of music, thereby creating a more comprehensive understanding of music.
by Thomas M. Fiore - The University of Chicago , 2009
Music and mathematics are intricately related. There are certain mathematical structures inherent in all works of music. The language of mathematics is a convenient tool for comprehending and communicating this underlying structure.
by Rupert Hughes - McClure, Phillips & Co , 1903
A facsimile edition of a classic, long the standard reference on music with almost 1,000 pages that include an A to Z biographical dictionary of musicians with over 8,500 entries, a dictionary of 7,000 musical terms, synopses of 90 operas, and more.
by Andy Breeding - Giant Path Publishing , 2004
A primer on the different types of online music services and how to use them for music discovery. Though somewhat dated, the fundamentals haven't changed. The chapters on the types of services and music information on the net have remained relevant.