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Play Me A Song

Author : Barbara-Jo Lucchine Kruczek
ISBN : 9781440140334
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Play Me A Song is a historical retrospective of the unusual circumstances of the lives of my parents. Both of Italian descent, each struggled with poverty, physical ailments and limitations, and the lack of education. From his miracle birth in 1917, the snippets chronicle my father's journey as a traveling musician, composer, and arranger with insight into the workings of his musical creations and his genius. Tormented by adversities throughout his career, my father's shoulder was my mother whose stabilizing foundation kept him afl oat and our family together with her perseverance, determination, and love. For the three of us, it is a story of survival.

Play Me A Song Music 12 Easy To Play Favorites With An Electronic Piano

Author : Tanaka, Jimmy
ISBN : 2764107625
Genre : Children's songs
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- a 24-page board book (10 1/4" 10 1/8")- an electronic keyboard with replaceable batteries and color-coded numbered keys- easy-to-follow musical notation- 12 songs: Brother John; Hickory, Dickory Dock; London Bridge; Ring Around a Rosy; Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star; The Farmer in the Dell; Jack and Jill; The Mulberry Bush; Pop! Goes the Weasel; This Old Man; Baa, Baa, Black Sheep; Three Blind Mice- ideal for traveling

Play Me Another Song

Author : Tanaka, Jimmy
ISBN : 2764110707
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Lyrics to 12 children's songs are paired with color-coded numbers that correspond to numbering on the attached keyboard, enabling users to play the melody of each song; includes replaceable battery.

Play Me The Song Of Death

Author : Dale Pierce
ISBN : 0682401218
Genre : Bullfighters
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Play Me A Love Song

Author : Bette Headapohl
ISBN : 0553294504
Genre : English fiction
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Lonely and insecure at her new school, Liberty Layton finds new meaning in life when she falls deeply in love with handsome Brent Miller, but the reappearance of Brent's former girlfriend could send Liberty scurrying back into her protective shell.

They Re Playing Our Song

Author : Max Wilk
ISBN : 9781935212591
Genre : Music
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Originally published in 1973, when it won the ASCAP Deems Taylor Award , reprinted and revised several times since, They're Playing Our Song is a classic oral history of American popular music. Now further updated with new material and new photographs, this book is indispensable for anyone interested in the Great American Songbook of the 20th Century, original, classic and timeless songs and lyrics as popular today as ever.

Play A Song For Me

Author : Kathy Thompson
ISBN : 9781480805347
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Play a Song for Me is intended for anyone who finds comfort in music and/or poetry during times of sadness. Initially created as a series of paintings that were inspired by a Bob Dylan song, the work evolved into a visual expression of gratitude for music's ability to quiet the mind and lighten the heart. The book was written in appreciation on a personal level for the music and lyrics composed by Bob Dylan.

Play Me Something Quick And Devilish

Author : Howard Wight Marshall
ISBN : 9780826272935
Genre : Music
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Play Me Something Quick and Devilish explores the heritage of traditional fiddle music in Missouri. Howard Wight Marshall considers the place of homemade music in people’s lives across social and ethnic communities from the late 1700s to the World War I years and into the early 1920s. This exceptionally important and complex period provided the foundations in history and settlement for the evolution of today’s old-time fiddling. Beginning with the French villages on the Mississippi River, Marshall leads us chronologically through the settlement of the state and how these communities established our cultural heritage. Other core populations include the “Old Stock Americans” (primarily Scotch-Irish from Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, and Virginia), African Americans, German-speaking immigrants, people with American Indian ancestry (focusing on Cherokee families dating from the Trail of Tears in the 1830s), and Irish railroad workers in the post–Civil War period. These are the primary communities whose fiddle and dance traditions came together on the Missouri frontier to cultivate the bounty of old-time fiddling enjoyed today. Marshall also investigates themes in the continuing evolution of fiddle traditions. These themes include the use of the violin in Westward migration, in the Civil War years, and in the railroad boom that changed history. Of course, musical tastes shift over time, and the rise of music literacy in the late Victorian period, as evidenced by the brass band movement and immigrant music teachers in small towns, affected fiddling. The contributions of music publishing as well as the surprising importance of ragtime and early jazz also had profound effects. Much of the old-time fiddlers’ repertory arises not from the inherited reels, jigs, and hornpipes from the British Isles, nor from the waltzes, schottisches, and polkas from the Continent, but from the prolific pens of Tin Pan Alley. Marshall also examines regional styles in Missouri fiddling and comments on the future of this time-honored, and changing, tradition. Documentary in nature, this social history draws on various academic disciplines and oral histories recorded in Marshall’s forty-some years of research and field experience. Historians, music aficionados, and lay people interested in Missouri folk heritage—as well as fiddlers, of course—will find Play Me Something Quick and Devilish an entertaining and enlightening read. With 39 tunes, the enclosed Voyager Records companion CD includes a historic sampler of Missouri fiddlers and styles from 1955 to 2012. A media kit is available here:

Wie Es Euch Gef Llt As You Like It Zweisprachige Ausgabe Deutsch Englisch Bilingual Edition German English

Author : William Shakespeare
ISBN : 9788026809395
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Play Me To Infinity

Author : Carey Decevito
ISBN : 9780995009639
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It's all about misconceptions... Burned by his ex-fiancée, Mike Withers traded in his dream of a family and home of his own, complete with the white picket fence, and submersed himself in work. And entertaining the occasional lady. So, when he relocated to Jacksonville to take over as CEO of Withers International, and be closer to his sister’s family, he never imagined he'd find himself at a crossroads. Once a player, always a player, right? Wrong! At least, that’s what Mike now has to prove to Nicole Baxter... Combine Nikki’s games with a problematic mélange of exes, and Mike quickly realizes he’s heading down one of two roads – heartache, or the life he thought he had given up. Ultimately, the choice is his to make. Maybe his ex wasn't the one? Maybe he'd given up too soon? And maybe happiness lay in the form of a feisty, argumentative, tiny package in a tight skirt - with the ability to turn any argument into foreplay?

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