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Everybody Else's Guide to Careers in the Arts By Deshannee' Johnice
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A complete but concise guide to career opportunities that mix business with the pleasure of painting, music, dance and other forms of artistic expression.
Juggling Career and Family In the 1970s By Lynne Schafer Gross
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Juggling Career and Family in the 1970s includes 84 illustrated stories, sprung from the pages of the author’s diaries, which she has kept since she was 10 years old. Most of the stories are... More > based in the Los Angeles area of California. They incorporate historical facts and sociological commentary on such subjects as: amusement parks, astronomy, birthdays, boats, cars, child acting, child care, contests, electronics, friends, gifts, Goodyear blimp, grade school, Halloween, house cleaning, music, neighbors, pantsuits, paper routes, pets, piano lessons, puppet shows, radio and TV production, religion, sports, swimming, Television Academy, toilet training, toys, travel, videotape recorders, and women’s liberation.< Less
Juggling Career and Family in the 1970s By Lynne Gross
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Juggling Career and Family in the 1970s includes 84 illustrated stories, sprung from the pages of the author’s diaries, which she has kept since she was 10 years old. Most of the stories are... More > based in the Los Angeles area of California. They incorporate historical facts and sociological commentary on such subjects as: amusement parks, astronomy, birthdays, boats, cars, child acting, child care, contests, electronics, friends, gifts, Goodyear blimp, grade school, Halloween, house cleaning, music, neighbors, pantsuits, paper routes, pets, piano lessons, puppet shows, radio and TV production, religion, sports, swimming, Television Academy, toilet training, toys, travel, videotape recorders, and women’s liberation.< Less
Career Success Secrets for RECREATION WORKERS By Imtiaz Syed
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Recreation Workers Conduct recreation activities with groups in public, private, or volunteer agencies or recreation facilities. Organize and promote activities, such as arts and crafts, sports,... More > games, music, dramatics, social recreation, camping, and hobbies, taking into account the needs and interests of individual members. Sample of reported job titles: Recreation Supervisor, Activities Assistant, Activities Director, Activity Specialist, Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist (CTRS), Recreation Therapist, Activities Coordinator, Therapeutic Recreation Assistant, Therapeutic Recreation Director, Therapeutic Recreation Leader< Less
Career Success Secrets for RECREATIONAL THERAPISTS By Imtiaz Syed
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Recreational Therapists Plan, direct, or coordinate medically-approved recreation programs for patients in hospitals, nursing homes, or other institutions. Activities include sports, trips,... More > dramatics, social activities, and arts and crafts. May assess a patient condition and recommend appropriate recreational activity. Sample of reported job titles: Recreation Therapist, Recreational Therapist, Activity Director, Rehabilitation Therapist, Activity Assistant, Therapeutic Recreation Specialist, Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist (CTRS), Activity Coordinator, Music Therapist (Rehabilitation), Activities Director< Less
The "People Power" Music & Dance Superbook Book 2. Musician for Fun & Profit (Music Jobs-Career-Industry-Education) By Tony Kelbrat
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Every musician has to be a business person. If you don’t you’ll end up like all those musicians who were swindled by their managers. You’re not just selling music. You’re... More > selling an image. If you’re like the dude I know, John M., who sat in a basement and created music but had no social game, be ready for a hard life because you have to sell yourself. It’s so competitive. You need CDs because you have to have something to hand out to prospecticve fans and music producers. Nowadays you can go straight to itunes, amazon and youtube then work on promoting yourself. Put your music up. They sell it for about a 20% cut while you play live. I noticed that last.fm seems to be a big promotional community for musicians. The new money is playing live and selling paraphenalia at the live gig. People will download your music for free. That’s the way it works. Most young people who want to get into music see the finished product but don't realize the hard work involved and many other people on< Less
Volume 1: Shifting Your Music Into A Career-- A Guide For Independent Artists To Be Full Time Artists By Anthony Obas
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How do you shift your music into a career?! Very simple. By reading this book. This book gives self releasing artists insights and advice on how to turn their part-time music career into a... More > full time career. This book takes on various case studies from mainstream artists, personal observations, and research from other music business writers and simplifies these into basic instructions on how to do music for a full time. The goal of these books is to gain more knowledge, but eventually pursue what artists love to do, which is make MUSIC.< Less
Be the next singing sensation: Everything you need to win a contest on reality TV and launch your music career By Dr. Oh
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The explosion of reality TV shows, like American Idol, has begun to breed a whole new generation of singers (or at least people who think they can sing.) With the book "Be the next singing... More > sensation..." Dr. Oh takes songwriting to the next level. After reading, anyone will believe they can sing and write meaningful lyrics. Providing over 90 lyrical templates ranging from Americana to Pop to Rap and Rock, Dr. Oh gives in depth analysis of the state of modern music. Singers are free to begin their musical careers by simply filling in the templates - and have the luxury of an automatic top 40 song. In this clever satire, Dr. Oh not only gives you the templates to success in the music industry, he also gives numerous examples - all of which are based on real songs. You can just copy and use the "musical mad libs" right out of the book. You are virtually guaranteed to be an overnight success. Just read and follow the book!< Less
The Music in Me By Hannah Shires
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This book is a compilation of writings, most of which have to do with music and my musical career up to this point.
The “People Power” Recreation/ Entertainment Superbook: Book 11. Musician - Dancer for Fun & Profit (Music Biz, Jobs - Career - Industry - Education, Dancing Jobs - Resources) By Tony Kelbrat
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Most young people who want to get into music see the finished product but don't realize the hard work involved and many other people on the sidelines making it all happen like managers, producers,... More > recording engineers, etc. Most people won't make it as top performers but you might find a job you like in music out of the limelight. The situation nowadays is that large corporations own the record companies, the radio stations, the big music websites and the TV music networks so they control what gets out there to the mainstream. To top it all off, the music industry is probably the most competitive industry in the world. There are so many bands and singers. If you saw the quality of some of them playing nightclubs who don't have a record contract with a big label, you'd realize the chances of anyone making it in the music industry is at least 50% fluke/ luck.< Less

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