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|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
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|Description:||xvi, 190 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Writing about music --
Analysis and research --
Getting started --
Writing a research paper --
Questions of format --
Other kinds of writing projects --
Writing style --
Common writing problems.
|Responsibility:||Richard J. Wingell.|
How do you put into the words the experience of hearing Beethoven's Ninth or the Hallelujah Chorus? Describe a John Coltrane solo or the Jimi Hendrix's blazing guitar work? For many students, the task of writing about musical experiences is a daunting one. Writing About Music, 4th edition offers practical advice and guidance to help students master the special skills needed to write about this most-elusive of arts. The text serves as a guide for each phase in the process of researching and writing a paper on a musical topic, and preparing for other projects such as seminar presentations, concert reports, program notes and essay examinations. Innovative, comprehensive, and internet-savvy, this step-by-step text will remain on music students' shelves as a handy reference and resource for years to come [Publisher description]
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