DescriptionTeaches you the fundamentals of banjo playing through familiar tunes, including ´Buffalo Gals´, ´Down In The Valley´ and ´Blue-tail Fly´.
Jump For JoyJump for Joy is a cheerful tune featuring an amusing dialogue between the two alto saxophones, which is then followed by a groovy walking bass solo performed by the baritone sax. This is the perfect piece for concluding a concert: It really puts the audience in high spirits and accompanies them back home even after the final note has been played. The composition is based on a warm-up lick devised by Valentin F., one of my students, whom I would like to extend my hearty thanks to. The song is dedicated to my son Ruben and my daughter Katherina.Nombre de pages :14
The ultimate guide for breaking into the music industry. You’ve heard the songs, you went to the gigs, you bought the t-shirts and you read the biographies, but now it’s your turn, right? The music industry is seen by many as a direct path to the ultimate party lifestyle of the rich and famous. But there is more to being a successful recording artist than just standing up in front of a crowd and singing, or spending your cash in the glamorous nightspots of London, New York and LA. As an industry that employs thousands of people in producing, marketing, publishing, and promoting musicians, there’s a lot of hard work that goes into making recording artists a success. Take a look inside the world of the music business, see how it works and plot YOUR PATH TO FAME! Break down the barriers by knowing how the business works. Knowledge is power and ‘Jump into Fame’ steps 1 to 4 will help you prepare. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Elisa Canas. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/soba/000012/bk_soba_000012_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Step 4 focuses on two aspects of working within the music industry: legality and that all-important issue of making money. Should you choose to write all or even part of your own songs, we’ll take you through the principles of song writing, breaking it down into its various components of lyrics, melody, rhythm, and harmony. We’ll give you some ideas of what to write about and look at how professional musicians come up with their ideas. Once you’ve produced some written material, of course, you’ll need to apply copyright to avoid any plagiarism. You’ll need to understand the two types of copyright that are applicable, when and how they are used, as well as what you need to do if you want to cover or even sample someone else’s work. Many artists choose to hand over part or sometimes even all of their copyrights to their publisher and record company. Whilst this is in fact common practice, there are equally as many artists who have been burned after agreeing to transfer ownership of their copyright. We’ll tell you what to look out for, how to best protect yourself, and what’s currently happening in the industry to help look after the interests of musicians.You don’t choose to break into the music industry if you don’t love making music. However, it’s easy to become swept along by your passion for composing and performing, forgetting that you need to make money to survive in the process. Becoming a successful musician unfortunately isn’t just about striving to be the best you can, musically. You also need to become an effective businessperson, running your career as you would a commercial enterprise. This guide will tell you how. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Elisa Canas. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/soba/000015/bk_soba_000015_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
One of the best ways to learn about what makes an artist or band successful is by going direct to the source and working within the music industry itself. This guide will teach you how to get your foot in the door of a record company and, from there, make the most of the knowledge you’ll gain, finding out how to secure live gigs, discovering the best ways to promote yourself, or, best of all, learning what a record company looks for in a new act, and what you need to do to get a record deal. Most musicians will tell you that they get their ultimate buzz from playing to live audiences. We’ll cover all aspects of preparing for live performances – what you need to do before, during and after each gig to make the most of each and every appearance - as well as give you essential tips on how best to sell yourself to A&R guys, booking agents, and fans. And speaking of fans – how do you go about building up a fan base in the first place? There can be nothing worse than turning up to a gig and playing to three OAPs and a bored-looking dog. Make sure that never happens to you by following our tips on how to build up an army of fans before you ever hit the stage. You’ll also learn how to promote yourself on a limited budget, by following our cost-busting techniques using the Internet, social media, and new music technology. Why spend hundreds or even thousands of pounds in recording studio time, for example, when you can record and mix your own songs at home for a fraction of the cost? Not only that, you will discover how to avoid being fooled by the many scammers that are out there, hell bent on parting you from your money by offering to put you in touch with record company contacts or by arranging ´´professional” photo shoots for instance. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Elisa Canas. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/soba/000014/bk_soba_000014_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Continuing the ultimate guide to breaking into the music industry, welcome to Step 2 of our 4-step series. There can be no doubt that being signed to a record company can mean the difference between playing to a worldwide audience or only a dozen people in the local pubs and clubs. The competition to get that deal can be fierce, with unsigned bands and artists around the world vying for record company attention - with few actually achieving it. You may know what record companies do in general, but it is vital that you understand how they are structured. This audiobook will tell you who’s who and what’s what inside a typical record company. You will benefit when you know, precisely, the roles and responsibilities of each department and how they directly impact on what you’re trying to do. We take a look at the A&R department, the producers, promoters, and publishers - each department is outlined in detail, giving useful information on how they work and their responsibility to you. You will also learn how to overcome one of the most difficult hurdles in the process of becoming signed to a label, which is the art of drawing attention to yourself. Learn how to stand out from the crowd and how to create a solid, loyal fan base that will do much of the publicity for you, making the A&R teams sit up and take notice. For next to no cost, you can achieve an online global presence, build up an army of followers, and upload videos of your performances. You can increase your chances of being noticed by a record company with such a profile in place, so take these tips on board now and get ahead of the game. Being signed to a record company is just part of the whole package. To avoid encountering any major problems and disappointments, you will want to surround yourself with a team of professionals on whom you can depend to offer the best advice and the best service. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Elisa Canas. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/soba/000013/bk_soba_000013_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Jump For JoyUntertitel: 5 Saxophone (AAATB).Einbandart: sonst. BuecherFormat: 305x233x1 mmISBN-13: 9783892218579Isbn-10: 3892218579Verlag: Advance Music GmbhAuthor: Hans Tutzer Veroeffentlichungsdatum: 2012Sprache: Deutsch
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