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"Proof" vocal sheet music from LIFT (a new musical) By Daryl Fazio
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ABOUT THE MUSICAL: In a small Ohio town, 8-year old Ethan Hale falls through the ice and is miraculously saved. But no one sees the rescue. And no one steps forward as the hero. So when Ethan insists... More > that it was a "birdman," the townspeople embark on a journey into their individual faith and doubt, their collective hope, and what it means to be extraordinary. IN THIS SONG: The town's sheriff, Sam, has been burdened with a sense of duty since he was a kid. His big heart and instincts are balanced with an analytical mind that, in his current career, must always look for answers. When his nephew, Ethan, has the accident in the lake, Sam is left hanging and in this solo contemplates the nature of questions and answers. (http://www.liftthemusical.com)< Less
Your Musical Theater and Audition Guide By Diani Gernandt & Ferdinand Gernandt
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So you’re a singer, dancer and actor with a passionate love for the stage and you dream of performing behind the footlights with all the musical theater greats. Broadway here you come! Musical... More > Theater is an incredibly exciting and rewarding line of work. SO, let’s get into the heart of stepping into a career in the world of Sondheim and Andrew Lloyd Webber, Steven Schwartz, Rogers and Hammerstein, Harold Prince and Bob Fosse . You may have heard the phrase triple threat mentioned when speaking of stage performers.< Less
Driving Music City No. 2 By Diane Durrett
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Driving Music City is a collection of true stories and song lyrics primarily about Durrett’s experiences as a limo driver in Nashville, Tennessee, as well as highlights from her singing career... More > while earning a place on Music Row as a singer/songwriter. Durrett chauffeured some of the greatest stars in the pop and country music industry. She gives readers an insider’s view of the off-stage personalities of some our favorite celebrities, and doesn’t hesitate to spill the dish on the stars, including Steven Tyler, Elton John, Vince Gill, Chet Atkins, The Rolling Stones, Courtney Love and so many more.< Less
Driving Music City No. 2 By Diane Durrett
eBook (PDF): $6.00
Driving Music City is a collection of true stories and song lyrics primarily about Durrett’s experiences as a limo driver in Nashville, Tennessee, as well as highlights from her singing career... More > while earning a place on Music Row as a singer/songwriter. Durrett chauffeured some of the greatest stars in the pop and country music industry. She gives readers an insider’s view of the off-stage personalities of some our favorite celebrities, and doesn’t hesitate to spill the dish on the stars, including Steven Tyler, Elton John, Vince Gill, Chet Atkins, The Rolling Stones, Courtney Love and so many more.< Less
Women in Jazz: Music Publishing and Marketing By Dr. Joan Cartwright
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This qualitative case study explored women jazz musicians and earning as music publishers. It examined business practices of 20 women in jazz in the U.S., between 30 and 64, who compose and publish... More > jazz mu-sic. Variables were education, number of songs composed, incorporation, affiliation with royalty organiza-tions, and how they used marketing, branding, promotion, and advertisement. Participants discussed finan-cial challenges resulting from gender and age discrimination. Focus was on business tactics for operations and marketing that affected the professional careers of women jazz musicians. Best business practices were explored for women musicians in jazz and guidelines for young women entering the industry. Suggestions were made for how private corporations and governments could be more inclusive of women’s music through programming and grant-making, and recommendations for future research and policy for equitable treatment of women musicians, particularly in media and film.< Less
Women in Jazz: Music Publishing and Marketing By Dr. Joan R. Cartwright
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[Hard cover] This qualitative case study explored women jazz musicians and earning as music publishers. It examined business practices of 20 women in jazz in the U.S., between 30 and 64, who compose... More > and publish jazz mu-sic. Variables were education, number of songs composed, incorporation, affiliation with royalty organiza-tions, and how they used marketing, branding, promotion, and advertisement. Participants discussed finan-cial challenges resulting from gender and age discrimination. Focus was on business tactics for operations and marketing that affected the professional careers of women jazz musicians. Best business practices were explored for women musicians in jazz and guidelines for young women entering the industry. Suggestions were made for how private corporations and governments could be more inclusive of women’s music through programming and grant-making, and recommendations for future research and policy for equitable treatment of women musicians, particularly in media and film.< Less
Vesta: Worcester's Wonder of the Music Halls By Chris Jaeger
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Vesta Tilley was a remarkable woman. Born in Worcester in 1864, the second oldest child of thirteen, she started her performing career at the age of three and went on to be one of the greatest stars... More > of the Music Hall, always appearing on stage dressed as a man. She was a major star on both sides of the Atlantic, becoming very wealthy in the process. She performed at the first ever Royal Variety Performance, at which the Queen covered her eyes in embarrassment at the way Vesta was dressed. When she retired from ‘the boards’, she was presented with a thank-you petition signed by nearly two million people. Vesta is a one-woman show about the one of the greatest entertainers of all time. It includes 12 of her songs and goes to the very heart of both the woman and the performer. It is a fascinating rags-to-riches story about one of the least-known entertainment ‘megastars’ this country has ever produced.< Less
The “People Power” Makin’ Money Superbook: Book 12. Artist - Craftsperson Business - Jobs - Career (Includes Graphic Arts, Museum Jobs) By Tony Kelbrat
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This book is a mix of jobs and self-employment opportunities. In order to sell your products, refer to internet auctions and flea markets. Many people have a delusional idea of an artist's life... More > they got from TV and movies. The coolest people are always artists and they're always making lots of money. The mass media picks a few people and showcases them as star artists while thousands of artists just as good or better at their craft than these stars get nothing. That's the way it is in arts. There are very few true geniuses out there. A painting is a subjective experience. An actor spews out rehearsed lines. A thousand actors can easily do any role as well as anyone else. The only way to detect a true artist is through a literary work or music that moves you. Everything else is opinion. I've known plenty of talented, middle-aged poor artists. That's the way most artists live. Most eventually take on another job. Schoolteachers make up a big percentage of artists with day jobs.< Less
Górecki In Context - Essays On Music, Book 1 By Maja Trochimczyk
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This volume, the first of four books that the paperback edition has been divided into, gathers interviews with Henryk Mikołaj Górecki (1933-2010) spanning his career (1962-2008). It also... More > includes a list of works, portraits, photographs, and a bibliography. Maja Trochimczyk, Ph.D., is a music historian, poet, photographer, and non-profit director born in Poland and living in California (www.trochimczyk.net). Her work on Górecki was previously published in the Musical Quarterly, the Polish Music Journal, and Organized Sound. She also published seven books on music, seven volumes of poetry, and hundreds of articles and poems.< Less
The Musical Theatre Performer's Guide to Audition Success By Erin Roberts-Hall
eBook (ePub): $5.99
Musical theatre performers will spend as much, or more, time auditioning for roles as they do rehearsing and performing, especially in the beginning of their careers. Auditioning is a critical skill... More > learned over time and through experience. To get yourself working regularly, it is essential to understand the unique challenges and opportunities of the musical theatre audition process, and how you can best prepare yourself. This eBook provides information on audition formats, common expectations, what to bring and how to plan, specific strategies for dance, music and speaking, and submission advice. The material is intended for musical theatre students and professionals who are new to auditioning and musical theatre educators who wish to take these techniques into their classrooms.< Less

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