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  • Song Lyrics

    Selections from 1986 - 2018 by

    James Strecker has published both poetry and song lyrics for over four decades. His writing and criticism have received the admiration of major artistic figures - including Oscar Peterson, Karen Kain, Sonny Rollins, Martha Henry, and B. B. King - ...


  • Noyes Notes…on Transposition

    A Transposition Method for Wind Musicians by

    Transposition. What is it? How do you do it? Why and when does a musician need it? How do you get started learning it? In Noyes Notes…on Transposition, trumpeter, music educator, and technical writer Randal C. Noyes uses simple, concise language to ...


  • Psalms, Hymns and Spiritual Songs

    The Road to Unity and Spiritual Maturity by

    The way we worship becomes the way we believe, which in turn becomes the way that we think, interact and feel. No wonder worship is at the heart of so many controversies in the church. Paul’s teaching on psalms, hymns and spiritual songs explores ...


  • Memories of Chuck

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    This book is the author's desire to share with Chuck's fans, some of the experiences he had on the road that his fans may want to hear about. Unless you were there, you missed some very interesting shows. This book also tries to show the loyalty and ...


  • Gospel Music: An African American Art Form

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    This book is designed for the general reader of gospel music, as well as those who incorporate gospel into their lesson plans on the academic level. “Gospel Music: An African American Art Form” provides music information on the heritage of gospel ...


  • Still Competition

    The Listener's Guide to Cheap Trick by

    Following the success of his 2016 book Razama-Snaz! The Listener’s Guide to Nazareth, Robert Lawson returns with this meticulous reviewing of every Cheap Trick album, song by song. In his book, Still Competition: The Listener’s Guide to Cheap Trick, ...


  • Saxophone Technique

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    Imagine a large watermelon. Inside sit the secrets to saxophone virtuosity. Saxophone Technique whacks open the melon, cuts it into slices, and presents each topic as a digestible and tasty treat. Philosophical and phun, Saxophone Technique delves ...


  • Gary Karr: Life on the G String

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    Gary Karr: Life on the G String chronicles the extraordinary international career of a double-bass soloist. Launched in 1962 by Leonard Bernstein, in a Young People's Concert at Carnegie Hall viewed on television by seven million people, Karr ...


  • Razama-Snaz!

    The Listener's Guide To Nazareth by

    Razama-Snaz! The Listeners' Guide To Nazareth presents an in depth look at every song, every album by this legendary Scottish hard rock institution. We also dig into TV appearances, radio broadcasts and even bootleg recordings to further explore ...


  • Palaces of Memory

    American Composer Diane Thome on her Life and Music by

    Palaces of Memory is the story of a pioneer in the music world – the first woman to graduate from Princeton University with a PhD in Music and the first woman to compose computer-synthesized music. Much has been written about Dr. Thome, now ...