The Belwin Student Instrumental Course is a course for individual instruction and class instruction of like instruments, at three levels, for all band instruments. Each book is complete in itself, but all books are correlated with each other. Although each book can be used separately, all supplementary books should be used as companion books with the method.
Published by Alfred Music on 02/15/2001
Book details: 44 pages.
Mississippi Moods portrays the essence of this southern state with a variety of musical styles and sounds. "The Magnificent Mississippi" starts with a gospel feel, and students learn how to play jazzy, syncopated rhythms in "Cotton King Jazz." "Magnolia Waltz" is a jazz waltz, while the infectious rhythm of "Aboard the Riverboat Queen" chugs along like a river boat. Intermediate.
Published by Alfred Music
Book details: 12 pages.
Looks at the life and accomplishments of the outfielder for the Texas Rangers and discusses the injuries and addiction that derailed his career in 2001.
Published by LernerClassroom on 01/01/2009
Book details: 32 pages.
This book is an investigation of non-fatal injury and bloodspill in Homer's "Iliad" and demonstrates the crucial significance of these motifs in the epic. They are shown to be fundamental to defining heroic status and a powerful means for developing the narrative and thematic structures of the poem. The study offers a nuanced definition of the nature of mortality and immortality and shows how the motifs of injury and bloodspill explicate the plot of the poem and its ethical values. This work is the first to examine these motifs in a systematic and comprehensive investigation. Focusing exclusively on the "Iliad," the book sheds new light on ideals of heroic conduct.
Published by Peter Lang on 07/21/2019
Book details: 344 pages.
With compelling illustrations and down-to-earth language, Alan Lester shares compassionate, candid, and biblical strategies to help addicts embrace the Savior¿s life-renewing grace and hurl aside the chains of destruction.
Published by WinePress Publishing on 08/01/2008
Book details: 220 pages.