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Oxford Readings in Greek Lyric Poetry
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No area of ancient Greek literature has been more studied over the last few decades than 'lyric poetry', which conventionally includes poetry sung by choruses or soloists accompanied by the lyre or aulos (flute). Besides its literary significance, lyric poetry is also a major resource for understanding the culture and history of Archaic Greece, especially the seventh and sixth centuries BC. This volume brings together eighteen of the best and most influential essays to be published on lyric poetry over the last four decades, three of which are here translated into English for the first time. Authored by experts on Greek lyric poetry from the UK, Europe, and the USA - including Gregory Nagy, Claude Calame, and Malcolm Davies, among several others - the papers cover a wide range of general themes, ranging from studies of genre and the poetic persona to performance and interpretation, and also offer illuminating case studies of individual poets, from Alcman and Alkaios to Sappho and Simonides. Collated here in a single volume and prefaced by a thorough and up-to-date synoptic introduction by the volume editor, himself a recognised authority on the subject, the plurality of critical voices and perspectives offers both scholars and students an accessible yet comprehensive and insightful overview of the field.

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Stand: 16.12.2019
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You Got to Be Original, Man! The Music of Leste...
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This discography of Lester Young's recordings details 251 recording sessions listing title of piece, personnel, date and place of recording, label, matrix numbers, and more. The solography contains every solo played by Young, published or unpublished, newly discovered items, critical assessments, and, in many cases, transcriptions of the improvisations as well as title, form, analyses. Song and name indexes key items to the numbered sessions. soloists. Included are notations for over 80 great Young solos and excerpts for many more written for a B flat instrument so that musicians can 'play along with' their Lester Young recordings.

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Sell Your Music
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This book shows you in easy, step by step format, how to profitably sell your own recordings online. You'll read in-depth interviews, tips and tricks from independent musicians who have made thousands of dollars selling their music from home! Includes up to date lists and websites where you can promote your music for free, plus a bonus user guide on setting up your own home recording studio. REVIEWS: From The Critics Booknews Shows how to make money selling one's own music on the Internet, with advice on recording and selling music from home, designing a music sales Web site, becoming a guerilla music publicist, forming an online record label, and getting free publicity from TV, radio, print, and Internet media. Also gives instructions for setting up a home-based digital music studio. Appendixes list merchant account sources, music publications, online music sites, and indie music organizations, and explain Usenet, search engine placement, writing press releases, and Internet radio. The author is a music marketing consultant. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com) (Barnes & Noble) The Midwest Book ReviewWritten by a recognized expert in online music marketing, Mark Curran's Sell Your Music: How To Profitably Sell Your Own Recordings Online is a comprehensive, user-friendly, step by step guide to using the Internet in order to make money from your own music. Sell Your Music contains extensive interviews with independent musicians who have made thousands of dollars, as well as tips, tricks, and techniques to reaching your target market and maximizing your profits while minimizing hassle. Highly recommended for all aspiring performers whether they are soloists or band members. (Midwest Book Review) Customer Reviews 'Extremely Useful Book! This book doesn't beat around the bush it gets right down to brass tacks of selling your own music over the internet. Curran covers all the bases, and gives detailed instructions, with plenty of diagrams. Easy to read, a great book.' - Ramsay Hogan, a musician from Rhode Island, June 11, 2003 (Barnes & Noble) 'This is a fantastic book I would recommend to any level of musician.' - Faith Rivera, Recording Artist, Emmy & Grammy Award Nominee (Amazon) 'Two thumbs up on an incredible book. Curran is a music marketing genius.' - Gary Roman, Rock Group Romulus (Baker & Taylor) - 'Curran leaves no stone unturned in his methodology for finding and marketing to an online audience' - Jeffrey Coronado - Alternative Music Press

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Stand: 16.12.2019
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You Got to Be Original, Man! The Music of Leste...
103,99 € *
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This discography of Lester Young's recordings details 251 recording sessions listing title of piece, personnel, date and place of recording, label, matrix numbers, and more. The solography contains every solo played by Young, published or unpublished, newly discovered items, critical assessments, and, in many cases, transcriptions of the improvisations as well as title, form, analyses. Song and name indexes key items to the numbered sessions. soloists. Included are notations for over 80 great Young solos and excerpts for many more written for a B flat instrument so that musicians can 'play along with' their Lester Young recordings.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 16.12.2019
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Oxford Readings in Greek Lyric Poetry
143,99 € *
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No area of ancient Greek literature has been more studied over the last few decades than 'lyric poetry', which conventionally includes poetry sung by choruses or soloists accompanied by the lyre or aulos (flute). Besides its literary significance, lyric poetry is also a major resource for understanding the culture and history of Archaic Greece, especially the seventh and sixth centuries BC. This volume brings together eighteen of the best and most influential essays to be published on lyric poetry over the last four decades, three of which are here translated into English for the first time. Authored by experts on Greek lyric poetry from the UK, Europe, and the USA - including Gregory Nagy, Claude Calame, and Malcolm Davies, among several others - the papers cover a wide range of general themes, ranging from studies of genre and the poetic persona to performance and interpretation, and also offer illuminating case studies of individual poets, from Alcman and Alkaios to Sappho and Simonides. Collated here in a single volume and prefaced by a thorough and up-to-date synoptic introduction by the volume editor, himself a recognised authority on the subject, the plurality of critical voices and perspectives offers both scholars and students an accessible yet comprehensive and insightful overview of the field.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 16.12.2019
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