First Lessons in Extemporizing on the Organ (Classic Reprint): Hamilton Crawford Macdougall
The Five Sensory Organs:Lessons for Children of the New Church (Classic Reprint) Evelyn E. Plummer
Much of the layperson´s knowledge of the brain is predicated on a lack of understanding about this mysterious organ. To start building a more straightforward, accurate understanding of current breakthroughs in neuroscience, you have to start by shattering popular brain myths. Each of these 24 lectures takes as its focus a single powerful, prevalent brain myth, and uses it as a launch pad from which to explore myriad topics in neuroscience: decision making, memory, dreams, emotions, neuroplasticity, consciousness, mental illness, and much more. Our memory is an accurate, objective record of the past. Our senses reflect the world as it really exists. Our dreams have hidden meanings. We are only using 10% of our total brain power. Modern technology (including social media) is making us less intelligent. Dr. Viskontas doesn´t just settle for obliterating these and other myths. Instead, she replaces them with scientific facts gathered from experiments, research, and case studies. The result is an eye-opening adventure into the latest understanding of why the brain works the way it does. Whatever order you enjoy these lectures in, you´ll be left with insights that will help you better determine the hard scientific truths behind the breaking news (and myths) of tomorrow. PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your Library section along with the audio. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Indre Viskontas. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/tcco/000463/bk_tcco_000463_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Excerpt from The Fourth Reader: For the Use of Schools; With an Introductory Treatise on Reading and the Training of the Vocal Organs The following Exercises in Articulation are designed for pupils as adail´ discipline, during the entire time in which this volume is used. Every read ing-lesson should be prepared for by an exercise in articulation, even though s short one. The sounds and words should be accurately and forcibly uttered, and especial attention should be given to such sounds as are llalle to be perverted or suppressed. The importance of a thorough training in this department is especially commended to teachers. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.
John Samples on Allison Hayward on the First Amendment. Terrorism Experts on lessons from the Christmas Day bombing. Sigrid Fry-Revere on Iranian organ markets. Randal O’Toole on America’s transportation revolution. Timothy P. Carney on Obamanomics. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Caleb Brown. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/sp/cato/100301/sp_cato_100301_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
DescriptionBlues Keyboard Method Level 2, within the School of the Blues® Lesson Series, is an exciting journey into Blues piano and organ for the intermediate player. Book contains: music theory relative to the Blues; accompaniment playing; full-length study songs; right and left hand material for improvising; and Blues as it’s played on the Hammond organ. This series is designed for students of other instruments to play together. If you have friends that play harmonica, guitar, bass or drums, tell them about this series so that you can play together.
Media Type : Book/CD SetLevel : BeginningMusical Genre : BluesSeries : School of BluesNumber of pages : 48Blues Keyboard Level 1, within the School of the Blues Lesson Series, is an exciting journey into blues piano and organ for the novice player. Book contains: Review of piano and theory basics; two-handed exercises in the 12 bar Blues form; development of musical ideas in the right hand over the 12 Bar Blues Progression; Blues openings, breaks and endings when performing with other musicians; and Blues as itâ€™s played on the Hammond organ. This series is designed for students of other instruments to play together. If you have friends that play harmonica, guitar, bass or drums, tell them about this series so that you can play together. This book is accompanied by a CD recording of all examples (played by author Steve Czarnecki).
DescriptionAround twenty percent of your playing time on the bandstand is spent soloing—have you studied how to play during the other eighty percent? Blues Harmonica Accompaniment Playing, within the School of the Blues® Lesson Series, is an exciting journey into the art of traditional blues harmonica accompaniment (playing fills, under vocals and chording patterns) as well as modern approaches to playing horn, organ and bass lines. Additional studies cover openings, breaks and endings. This book and CD is for the intermediate to advanced harmonica player. Recording includes all harmonica parts notated in the book with accompaniment music.
Media Type : Book/CD SetLevel : IntermediateMusical Genre : ClassicNumber of pages : 64The first of two volumes of the most requested pieces for weddings, church services, or meditative settings, these compositions provide excellent intermediate literature for study in private lessons. Each of these classical masterpieces is excellent for development of tone and vibrato. All works are arranged for flute (or violin) with piano and organ accompaniment. A convenient pull-out part is included for the soloist. The included CD contains both organ and piano accompaniments for all pieces in the book. Introductions have been added where necessary to establish tempo and allow the soloist to enter with the recorded accompaniment at the proper time.
Media Type : Book/CD SetLevel : BeginningMusical Genre : BluesSeries : School of BluesNumber of pages : 24Blues Keyboard Play-Along Trax, within the School of the Blues Lesson Series, is an exciting play-along that contains the most common grooves used in blues bands today. Not only is this a play-along to work on your piano and organ improvising skills, but notated examples are also provided to give you an idea of how you can approach accompanying a vocalist or instrumentalist. This series is designed for students of other instruments to play together. If you have friends that play harmonica, guitar, bass or drums, tell them about this series so that you can play together. Along with the 14 jam tracks, the book is accompanied by a CD recording of all examples (played by author Steve Czarnecki) along with the background music.