MUSIC
Music & Camp (Music/Culture)
This collection of essays provides the first in-depth examination of camp as it relates to a wide variety of twentieth and twenty-first century music and musical performances. Located at the convergence of popular and queer musicology, the book provides new research into camp’s presence, techniques, discourses, and potential meanings across a broad spectrum of musical genres, including: musical theatre, classical music, film music, opera, instrumental music, the Broadway musical, rock, pop, hip-hop, and Christmas carols. This significant contribution to the field of camp studies investigates why and how music has served as an expressive and political vehicle for both the aesthetic characteristics and the receptive modes that have been associated with camp throughout twentieth and twenty-first-century culture.
Experiencing Progressive Rock A Listener's Companion
In Experiencing Progressive Rock: A Listener's Companion, Robert G. H. Burns brings together the many strands that define the 'prog rock' movement of the late 1960s and early 1970s to chart the evolution of this remarkable rock tradition over the decades. 
Rock Critic Law 101 Unbreakable Rules for Writing Badly About Music
Straight out of his beloved Twitter feed @RockCriticLaw, acclaimed rock journalist and author of the classic books Come As You Are: The Story of Nirvana and Our Band Could Be Your Life, Michael Azerrad turns his trenchant eye to the art of rock writing itself, hilariously skewering 101 of the genre’s seemingly endless litany of hackneyed phrases and tropes.
Future Music November 2018
The beauty of semi-modular synths is their ability to straddle the divide between accessibility and complexity. With a pre-routed, subtractive synth engine, anybody can create and edit sounds with ease, but the addition of a patchbay opens up the road to more complex, creative and weirder sound design tricks. 
World Music Pedagogy Volume II Elementary Music Education
World Music Pedagogy, Volume II: Elementary Music Education delves into the theory and practices of World Music Pedagogy with children in grades 1-6 (ages 6-12). It specifically addresses how World Music Pedagogy applies to the characteristic learning needs of elementary school children: this stage of a child’s development―when minds are opening up to broader perspectives on the world―presents opportunities to develop meaningful multicultural understanding alongside musical knowledge and skills that can last a lifetime.
The Cambridge History of Medieval Music
Spanning a millennium of musical history, this monumental volume brings together nearly forty leading authorities to survey the music of Western Europe in the Middle Ages. All of the major aspects of medieval music are considered, making use of the latest research and thinking to discuss everything from the earliest genres of chant, through the music of the liturgy, to the riches of the vernacular song of the trouveres and troubadours. 
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Beginner's Guide TO Playing The Piano Professionally: Tips & Guide to Enhance Your Piano Playing Skill (Level Book 1)
Learn to play the piano and not just end up a mediocre but become a professional! By clicking to read more, you would discover what you have been searching for has been right in front of you all along!

When you read this series book level 1 beginner's guide to playing the piano professionally, you would learn how to get started with your favorite instrument:

How the 12 keys relate with one another
The different modes of a scale and how to play major and minor scales
Fingering techniques
Easy chord techniques and chord progressions
chord alterations
and lots more!
MusicTech November 2018
Mastering is frequently regarded as a technique that is best left to the experts, one that requires an almost superhuman level of hearing and a bespoke mastering suite, filled with state of the art equipment. It’s little wonder that when many music makers and producers reach that stage in the process, they outsource their mastering without a second thought.
Oxford Studies in Music Theory Organized Time: Rhythm Tonality and Form
Organized Time is the first attempt to unite theories of harmony, rhythm and meter, and form under a common idea of structured time. Building off of recent advances in music theory in essential subfields-rhythmic theory, tonal structure, and the theory of musical form-author Jason Yust demonstrates that tonal music exhibits similar hierarchical organization in each of these dimensions.
New Channels of Music Distribution : A Complete Guide to Music Distribution Music Business Promotions and Selling Music
With an example-driven, hands-on approach, New Channels of Music Distribution offers a practical, comprehensive study of the music industry's evolving distribution system. While paying careful attention to the variables that impact success, C. Michael Brae examines the functionality and components of music distribution, as well as the music industry as a whole.