music Books for Rent 526-600


An Introduction to Music Technology, Daniel W. Hosken, 0415997291   An Introduction to Music Technology
ISBN-10:
 0415997291

ISBN-13:
 9780415997294

Author:
 Daniel W. Hosken

Edition:
 Pap/Psc

Publisher:
 Routledge

A Field Guide to Student Teaching in Music, Ann C. Clements and Rita Klinger, 0415994586   A Field Guide to Student Teaching in Music
ISBN-10:
 0415994586

ISBN-13:
 9780415994583

Author:
 Ann C. Clements and Rita Klinger

Edition:
 1

Publisher:
 Taylor & Francis Group

World Music, Terry Miller, 0415988780   World Music
ISBN-10:
 0415988780

ISBN-13:
 9780415988780

Author:
 Terry Miller

Edition:
 2

Publisher:
 Routledge

Electronic and Experimental Music, Thom Holmes, 0415896363   Electronic and Experimental Music
ISBN-10:
 0415896363

ISBN-13:
 9780415896368

Author:
 Thom Holmes

Edition:
 4

Publisher:
 Routledge

Using Music to Enhance Student Learning, Mollie Gregory Tower and Jana R. Fallin, 0415878233   Using Music to Enhance Student Learning
ISBN-10:
 0415878233

ISBN-13:
 9780415878234

Author:
 Mollie Gregory Tower and Jana R. Fallin

Edition:
 

Publisher:
 Routledge

Handbook for Sound Engineers, , 041584293X   Handbook for Sound Engineers
ISBN-10:
 041584293X

ISBN-13:
 9780415842938

Author:
 

Edition:
 5

Publisher:
 Taylor & Francis Group

An Introduction to Music Technology, Daniel W. Hosken, 0415825733   An Introduction to Music Technology
ISBN-10:
 0415825733

ISBN-13:
 9780415825733

Author:
 Daniel W. Hosken

Edition:
 2

Publisher:
 Routledge

Music Editing for Film and Television : The Art and the Process, Saltzman, Steven, 0415817579   Music Editing for Film and Television : The Art and the Process
ISBN-10:
 0415817579

ISBN-13:
 9780415817578

Author:
 Saltzman, Steven

Edition:
 ILL

Publisher:
 Taylor & Francis Group

From Music Student to Teacher, Michael Raiber and David Teachout, 0415806852   From Music Student to Teacher
ISBN-10:
 0415806852

ISBN-13:
 9780415806855

Author:
 Michael Raiber and David Teachout

Edition:
 Pap/Psc

Publisher:
 Routledge

A Complete Guide to Brass : Instruments and Techniques, Whitener, Scott, 0495095753   A Complete Guide to Brass : Instruments and Techniques
ISBN-10:
 0495095753

ISBN-13:
 9780495095750

Author:
 Whitener, Scott

Edition:
 3

Publisher:
 Wadsworth

Basics of Singing, Schmidt, Jan and Schmidt, Heidi Counsell, 0495115320   Basics of Singing
ISBN-10:
 0495115320

ISBN-13:
 9780495115328

Author:
 Schmidt, Jan and Schmidt, Heidi Counsell

Edition:
 6

Publisher:
 Wadsworth

Essential Jazz : The First 100 Years, Martin, Henry and Waters, Keith, 0495505250   Essential Jazz : The First 100 Years
ISBN-10:
 0495505250

ISBN-13:
 9780495505259

Author:
 Martin, Henry and Waters, Keith

Edition:
 2

Publisher:
 Wadsworth

Satchmo Blows up the World : Jazz Ambassadors Play the Cold War, Penny M. Von Eschen, 0674022602   Satchmo Blows up the World : Jazz Ambassadors Play the Cold War
ISBN-10:
 0674022602

ISBN-13:
 9780674022607

Author:
 Penny M. Von Eschen

Edition:
 

Publisher:
 Harvard University Press

Adult Piano Method, Barbara Kreader and Fred Kern, 0634066269   Adult Piano Method
ISBN-10:
 0634066269

ISBN-13:
 9780634066269

Author:
 Barbara Kreader and Fred Kern

Edition:
 

Publisher:
 Hal Leonard Corporation

The Real Book, Hal Leonard Corporation, 0634060384   The Real Book
ISBN-10:
 0634060384

ISBN-13:
 9780634060380

Author:
 Hal Leonard Corporation

Edition:
 6

Publisher:
 Hal Leonard Corporation

Essential Elements 2000 for Strings: Teacher's Manual, Michael Allen and Robert Gillespie, 0634038168   Essential Elements 2000 for Strings: Teacher's Manual
ISBN-10:
 0634038168

ISBN-13:
 9780634038167

Author:
 Michael Allen and Robert Gillespie

Edition:
 

Publisher:
 Hal Leonard Corporation

Working with Adolescent Voices, Cooksey, John, 0570013569   Working with Adolescent Voices
ISBN-10:
 0570013569

ISBN-13:
 9780570013563

Author:
 Cooksey, John

Edition:
 

Publisher:
 Concordia Publishing House

Simply Singing, Nosworthy, Hedley T. and Summers, Peter, 0534623344   Simply Singing
ISBN-10:
 0534623344

ISBN-13:
 9780534623340

Author:
 Nosworthy, Hedley T. and Summers, Peter

Edition:
 ILL

Publisher:
 Wadsworth

Music in Western Civilization, Wright, Craig and Simms, Bryan R., 0534619622   Music in Western Civilization
ISBN-10:
 0534619622

ISBN-13:
 9780534619626

Author:
 Wright, Craig and Simms, Bryan R.

Edition:
 ILL

Publisher:
 Wadsworth

Voice and Articulation, Crannell, Kenneth and Crannell, Kenneth C. (Kenneth C. Crannell), 0534514995   Voice and Articulation
ISBN-10:
 0534514995

ISBN-13:
 9780534514990

Author:
 Crannell, Kenneth and Crannell, Kenneth C. (Kenneth C. Crannell)

Edition:
 5

Publisher:
 Wadsworth

Music Technology, d'Escriván, Julio, 0521170427   Music Technology
ISBN-10:
 0521170427

ISBN-13:
 9780521170420

Author:
 d'Escriván, Julio

Edition:
 ILL

Publisher:
 Cambridge University Press

The Beethoven Quartet Companion, Robert Winter, 0520204204   The Beethoven Quartet Companion
ISBN-10:
 0520204204

ISBN-13:
 9780520204201

Author:
 Robert Winter

Edition:
 

Publisher:
 University of California Press

Piano for the Developing Musician, Media Update (with Resource Center Printed Access Card), Hilley, Martha and Olson, Lynn Freeman, 0495572187   Piano for the Developing Musician, Media Update (with Resource Center Printed Access Card)
ISBN-10:
 0495572187

ISBN-13:
 9780495572183

Author:
 Hilley, Martha and Olson, Lynn Freeman

Edition:
 6

Publisher:
 Wadsworth

Psychology of Music, Siu-Lan Tan and Peter Pfordresher, 0415651166   Psychology of Music
ISBN-10:
 0415651166

ISBN-13:
 9780415651165

Author:
 Siu-Lan Tan and Peter Pfordresher

Edition:
 Reprint

Publisher:
 Taylor & Francis Group

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