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- Allworth Press 2014; US$ 19.95
First-hand advice for musicians from Brian Tarquin, author, who has over twenty years of experience in licensing music to record labels, TV shows, feature films, radio promos, and network promos. This book takes you through how licensing really works: what type of royalties are expected, digital royalties from companies, receiving royalties from iTunes,... more...
- Peter Owen Publishers 2014; US$ 13.11
Clive Selwood is the man who invented ‘chart hyping? in the first place, the man who started the first ‘hippie? record label and who pioneered the concept of radio ‘session? recordings with one of the most successful independent record labels ever. Replacing Des O?Connor as a Butlin Redcoat, falling foul of London gangsters, taking a major record... more...
- Atlantic Books Ltd 2013; US$ 10.19
Louis Barfe's elegantly written, authoritative and highly entertaining history charts the meteoric rise and slow decline of the popular recording industry. Barfe shows how the 1920s and 1930s saw the departure of Edison from the phonograph business he created and the birth of EMI and CBS. In the years after the war, these companies, and... more...
- Ten Speed Press 2010; US$ 24.95
The first reference book all about the business side of gospel and urban music. Hip-hop and R&B hold 25 percent of the consumer music market. Another 20 percent is held by religious (gospel and Christian) music, soul, disco, dance, and jazz. Here?s the first reference book to offer sound business and legal advice specifically tailored to these areas... more...
- Auckland University Press 1997; US$ 31.99
This book is the best introduction available to Maori music ? the instruments played, the songs and dance styles and what they were used for, performance, composition, teaching, etc. Based on 30 years of fieldwork that yielded 1300 recorded songs and hundred of pages of interviews and eyewitness accounts, this is a classic book. more...
- Gia Publications 2013; US$ 19.99
Examining the mentor-protégé dynamic and its critical impact on the lives of ensembles and their conductors, author Tim Sharp draws from research, his own experience as a choir conductor, mentor, and protégé, and his travels as the executive director of the American Choral Directors Association in this study. The result is a profound portrait of this... more...
- Elliott & Thompson 2014; US$ 12.73
From Leonard Bernstein to Benjamin Britten, André Previn and Igor Stravinsky, Edward Greenfield had the privilege of getting to know some of the 20th century?s greatest composers, conductors and performers. His lifelong career as a music critic for the Guardian and Gramophone has taken him around the world and left him with an endless source of fascinating... more...