Monday, January 16, 2017
Other Stanton's Categories
 
What Music Means To Me-Hardback (W/Dvd)
Add to Wishlist

What Music Means To Me-Hardback (W/Dvd)

Sheet Music Books


Voicing/Format book
Composer Rejino/Kreader
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Catalog # 00333113

Price: $29.99

Unavailable for Digital Delivery

Product Description

What Music Means To Me-Hardback (W/Dvd) Composed by Rejino/Kreader. For book. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00333113, UPC: 884088529765)

If you have ever questioned the power of music to influence individuals' lives and to shape our society as a whole, your doubts will be erased upon reading this book. Each story is unique and personal, but the over-arching truth is that the pursuit of excellence in music makes a profound difference in people's lives. Through the exquisite photographs, you can see into each person's soul. Through the intimate and revealing personal statements, you can feel the pulse of each subject's heart. After just a short encounter you will know what makes that person who he or she is. As the fine arts continue to struggle for recognition in our educational system, the material contained within these pages is a timely testament to the importance and validity of music to make a positive and profound difference in the world we inhabit.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
FOREWARD  
MUSIC AS DETERMINATION  
MUSIC AS HEALING & WELLNESS  
MUSIC AS JOY  
MUSIC AS PASSION  
MUSIC AS PROFESSION  
MUSIC AS SANCTUARY  
MUSIC AS WISDOM  

Today's News

  • “Silly & Serious” for Early Childhood “Silly & Serious” for Early Childhood

    recommended by Jen Sper, School Choral and Classroom Music Specialist Mari Schay’s Busy Bodies, Busy Brains series is a must-have resource for preschool and early elementary teachers! Research-driven and classroom-tested, each book in the series contains four thematic units, each... Read More ›

  • Organ Music for Lent Organ Music for Lent

    recommended by Barb M, keyboard and folk music specialist The word “lent,” is derived from the Anglo-Saxon word lencten, meaning “spring,” and lenctentid, meaning “springtime” and “March.” True to its name’s origin, Lent begins with Ash Wednesday on March 1... Read More ›