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Simon says;: The sights and sounds of the swing era, 1935-1955
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Simon says;: The sights and sounds of the swing era, 1935-1955

By Simon, George Thomas

New Rochelle, NY: Arlington House, 1971-01-01. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. light edge wear to boards and jacket, corners bumped; A massive illustrated reference work on the era of swing. Articles from 20 years of Metronome magazine, coupled with author's notes, responses from musicians, and much more.

$7.50

Music in History: The Evolution of an Art
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Music in History: The Evolution of an Art

By McKinney, Howard D.; Anderson, W. R>

New York: American Book Company, 1966. Third Edition. Hardcover. Good/No Jacket. light edge wear to boards, slight dampstain on top edge of first few pages;

$2.24

This Business of Music: The Definitive Guide to the Music Industry, Eighth Edition (Book & CD-ROM)
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This Business of Music: The Definitive Guide to the Music Industry, Eighth Edition (Book & CD-ROM)

By Krasilovsky, M. William

New York: Billboard Books, 2000-06-01. 8th. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. light edge wear to boards and jacket, sealed CD enclosed; A perennial bestseller, this definitive guide to all legal, economic, and financial aspects of the music business is better than ever in its revised, thoroughly updated new edition. The book is now accompanied by a CD with ready-to-use contracts and essential forms that can be easily accessed for office or home use.

$3.74

Encore!: A Guide to Enjoying Music
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Encore!: A Guide to Enjoying Music

By Boyd, Jack

Mountain View, CA: Mayfield Pub Co, 1991-01-01. Paperback. Very Good. light edge wear;

$5.99

Masterpieces of Music Before 1750: An Anthology of Musical Examples from Gregorian Chant to J.S. Bach
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Masterpieces of Music Before 1750: An Anthology of Musical Examples from Gregorian Chant to J.S. Bach

By Parrish, Carl [Editor]

New York: W W Norton & Co Inc, 1974-05-01. Hardcover. Good/Good. edge wear to boards and jacket, small edge tears to jacket; Outstanding collection of musical examples — chants, motets, chansons, madrigals, more — illustrating the general course of musical style from the early Middle Ages to the mid-18th century. Works by Lassus, Josquin des Prez, Schutz, Handel, Bach, many others. Notes identify place of composition in history of music and suggest useful methods of analysis.

$1.49

Exploring Automatic Features (A How to Play Keyboard Guide for Beginners)
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Exploring Automatic Features (A How to Play Keyboard Guide for Beginners)

By Sight & Sound Editors

New Berlin, WI: Sight & Sound, 1988-01-01. Paperback. Very Good. edge wear;

$2.24

The enjoyment of music: An introduction to perceptive listening
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The enjoyment of music: An introduction to perceptive listening

By Machlis, Joseph

New York: W.W. Norton, 1991-01-01. 6th. Paperback. Very Good. light edge wear; With nearly three million copies sold over eight editions, "The Enjoyment of Music" is the best-selling music appreciation text of all time. Spanning the Middle Ages through the twenty-first century, the text offers a thorough introduction to the elements of music, a broad overview of the history of musical styles, and fascinating cultural contexts and perspectives. The Ninth Edition of this classic text features a stunning new design, exciting new repertory, and an unmatched ancillary and media package.

$1.49

Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
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Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band

By Edwards, Henry

New York: Pocket, 1978-06-01. First Edition. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good. some edge wear. paperback original, first printing; From the greatest rock album to the 12 million dollar movie, now a spectacular book!

$3.00

The Standard Opera Guide
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The Standard Opera Guide

By Upton, George; Borowski, Felix

Garden City, NY: Blue Ribbon Books, 1940. Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket. rubbing to extremities, edge wear;

$2.24

The Victrola Book of the Opera, Stories of the Operas with Illustrations and Descriptions of Victor Opera Records

By Rous, Samuel Holland

Camden, NJ: Victor Talking Machine Company, 1921. 6th edition. Hardcover. Good. edge wear, to boards, foxing to pages;

$3.75

A Pictorial History Of Jazz - People and Places from New Orleans to Modern Jazz

By Keepnews, Orrin; Grauer, Bill Jr

New York: Crown Publishers, 1955. Hardcover. Fair. binding weak, boards heavily soiled, significant edge wear, binding weak, text block is clean and neat. profusely illustrated;

$3.75

Flubber Original Score [CD]

By Elfman, Danny

Walt Disney Productions, 1997. Audio CD. Very Good/Very Good. excellent condition in original jewel case with inserts; Flubber sports a Danny Elfman score that flirts happily with many of the Elfman trademarks, from blasting brass crescendos to goofy organ lines and peculiar instrumental interruptions. Much of it will remind Elfman fans of everything from the heyday of Oingo Boingo to the more outrageous passages of his Beetlejuice score. The happy result might not be any sort of real step forward, but it is cheerfully fun and sounds terrific. KC & the Sunshine Band close the album with "Goo a Little Dance," a remake of their hit "Get Down Tonight." ~ Steven E. McDonald, Rovi

$2.99

All You Need Is Love

By Various Artists

Starbucks / RED, 2009-01-01. Audio CD. Very Good. excellent condition CD in lightly worn sleeve; Contains - All You Need Is Love by Playing for Change; I Believe in Father Christmas by U2; You & Me (Acoustic) by the Dave Matthews Band; (Red)emption Song by John Legend;

$1.00

Till The Sun Turns Black

By Ray LaMontagne

Sony Legacy, 2006-08-29. Audio CD. Very Good. excellent condition cd in original foldout case; case has some edge wear; If it weren't for his singing voice, so full of smoke and ether, one would be hard-pressed to believe that Till the Sun Turns Black was made by the same man who recorded Trouble just two years prior. Ray LaMontagne takes a brave leap from the rootsy singer/songwriter material of his debut album and does a 180. Once more collaborating with producer and multi-instrumentalist Ethan Johns, the singer-songwriter turns in a highly textured, atmospheric, and subdued performance on his sophomore effort. All the grit and earth in LaMontagne's voice on Trouble, and the basic country-folk and R&B (on the title track) has been swept out like ashes in the morning here. This new set is startling. The reliance on skeletal, delicate string arrangements adds much to the interior nature of these songs. LaMontagne has used the projection in his lyrics and his voice and turned them inside out. He's slower, more subtle, more restrained everywhere here. His lines are economical, full of space and tension, as if they were being performed alone in a room in the middle of the night. Johns' use of strings and keyboards paints LaMontagne's voice and underscores his delivery with a quiet drama that reveals itself inside the listener. -- Rovi

$1.49

A Shiny New Christmas with the Caroling Party

By Ed Vodicka Singers & Orchestra

Best Recordings, 1990. Audio CD. Good/Good. jewel case hinge broken, some light scuffing to disc, inserts complete; Track Listing: Sleigh Ride50's ChristmasThe Christmas SongHark! The Herald Angels SingLet It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!This Is ChristmasThe Most Wonderful Time of the YearHave Yourself a Merry Little ChristmasRudolph Bells Frosty TownCarol of the BellsWhite ChristmasThe Christmas Waltz/Silver BellsO Holy NightCaroling, CarolingI Wish It Could Be Christmas Forever

$1.49

My World [Enhanced CD]

By Justin Bieber

Def Jam, 2009-11-17. Audio CD. Good/Very Good. light scratches on CD; jewel case and inserts in nice, clean condition; Within a couple years, Canadian teenager Justin Bieber went from covering Usher on YouTube to working with Usher. An internet sensation from his renditions of several pop and pop-oriented R&B hits, he was still only 15 years old when he released this, his first album -- though it's more like an EP since it contains only seven songs that are 25 minutes in duration. Given the comfort level he showed in the material he covered, My World plays it straight, based on the kind of age-appropriate content that would fill out a release from a younger Chris Brown or a junior version of Ne-Yo. Members of the Clutch, Midi Mafia, "Tricky" Stewart, Usher, and a handful of other notable producers and songwriters grant Bieber a set of songs that isn't quite top-level quality, but the singer more than gets by on his squeaky-clean charm and natural ability. ~ Andy Kellman, Rovi

$1.49

Deeper Than Rap

By Rick Ross

Def Jam, 2009-04-21. Audio CD. Good/Good. light scuffing to disc, cd jewel case cracked, complete inserts; Everything is big with Rick Ross. Triumphs, blunders, singles, videos, and everything else he does is huge, but having the audacity to call his third effort Deeper Than Rap is extra risky, especially since it's his first effort since being "exposed" as a former corrections officer. That's poison in the gangsta rap game, and while there's little here to sway the haters -- and certainly nothing "deep" -- the rapper's ability to steamroll over all of his shortcomings, along with all of our preconceived notions, is simply remarkable. In a sure trilogy of albums, Deeper Than Rap is the surest, kicking off with a decent 50 Cent diss and closing with a "Run with me or run from me" ultimatum that's gutsy enough to feature harps and castanets. While that's enough fuel for the haters to burn the whole place down, anyone willing to ignore Ross' iffy relationship with street cred and his incredibly narrow subject matter (money, women, victory) will find Deeper is the superstar, gangster weekend album done right. Boss of them all is the grand "Maybach Music" with T-Pain, Kanye West, and Lil Wayne all in top form. Same goes for the cut's production team, the J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, who are also in charge of the slippery and swaggering "Magnificent" with John Legend, plus the Caribbean-flavored highlight "Yacht Club." "Face," with Trina, is the street cut of note, and "Usual Suspects" places in the album's top five, although Nas' loyal fanbase will find his contribution rather ordinary. Redundancy is an unsurprising and ignorable issue thanks to all the hooks and slick beats, including a batch from the returning Runners. Even if this isn't much "Deeper" than the average Three 6 Mafia album, the glitz and guts of Deeper are a big step up, making Ross sound like a Miami-fied version of Young Jeezy. ~ David Jeffries, Rovi

$2.24

Tosca: An Opera in Three Acts

By Sardou, V.; Illica, L.; Giacosa, G.; Puccini, G

New York: G. Ricordi & Co. Inc, 1905. Paperback. Fair. 56 pages; saddle stapled in blue/grey printed wraps; creasing, covers loose at staples, foxing throughout;

$3.75

Wee Sing Silly Songs
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Wee Sing Silly Songs

By Beall, Pamela Conn

Los Angeles: Price Stern Sloan, 1987-06-02. Paperback. Good. edge wear, some light creases; Over 47 silly songs and fingerplays are contained in this 64-page illustrated book/CD package. Among the songs included are "John Brown's Baby", "Who Did Jonah Swallow?" "The Bear Went Over the Mountain", "Baby Bumblebee", and "Down by the Bay".

$1.49

Wee Sing Sing Along book

By Beall, Pamela Conn

Los Angeles: Price Stern Sloan, 1987-12-11. Paperback. Good. edge wear, light creases;

$1.49

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