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Practice Personalities: What’s Your Type?

Identifying and Understand the Practice Personality Type in the Music Student
by Thornton Cline
Teaching is one of the greatest responsibilities in society. It’s an art form that requires craft, patience, creativity and intelligence. Practice Personalities: What’s Your Type? Will help teachers, parents and students realize the challenges of practicing, understand the benefits of correct practicing, identify and understand nine practice personality types, and employ useful strategies to effectively motivate and inspire each type of student. The accompanying CD demonstrates effective practice strategies for selected piano, violin and guitar excerpts from the book.
00101974Book/CD Pack $24.99

Profile of a Hit Songwriter

by Lacie Carpenter & Thornton Cline
Nashville's award-winning fiddler, singer-songwriter, author and performer, Lacie Carpenter - and Grammy and Dove-nominated, platinum award-winning songwriter/author, Thornton Cline - have interviewed over 25 hit songwriters, producers, artists, psychologists, pediatricians and songwriting coaches to determine what makes a hit songwriter. This must-have book offers valuable insight into the necessary factors needed to become a hit songwriter. This book is recommended for the beginner as well as the intermediate and advanced songwriter in achieving ultimate success.
00299907 $24.99

Regal Musical Instruments

Volume Two: Addendum and Errata
by Bob Carlin
From the late 19th century through the 1950's, Chicago was the powerhouse of American musical instrument manufacturing. Among the most active makers was the Regal Musical Instrument Company. Descended from an Indianapolis business, Regal made a full complement of stringed instruments for a variety of brands. Along the way, the company even introduced a few new musical novelties into the market. This book is an addendum to Regal Musical Instruments: 1895- 1955 and includes previously unused sources, including period catalogs and many illustrations along with color photos taken specifically for this publication.
01069728 $25.99

Regal Musical Instruments: 1895-1955

by Bob Carlin
Regal Musical Instruments: 1895-1955 is the only book to trace the history of the Chicago musical manufacturer. With its roots in Indianapolis, the Regal familiar to most c ollectors and players was spun off of music giant Lyon & Healy in 1908. Regal Musical Instruments 1895-1955 draws upon period trade magazines, distributor catalogues, as well as the never before published memories of Regal factory employees to paint a complete picture of the company’s history.
00001484 $45.00

Reminiscing in Tempo

Farewells and Recollections of Showbiz, Jazz and Drums
by Bruce Klauber
By way of incisive interviews, tributes, remembrances and eye-opening anecdotes about his personal association with everyone from Frank Sinatra and Lou Rawls to Mel Torme and Norman Mailer, this book chronicles Bruce Klauber's incredible, five plus decades as an author, acclaimed filmmaker, jazz journalist and columnist, talent scout, editor, public relations consultant, jazz drummer, singer, multi-instrumentalist and recording artist.
00253404 $24.99

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