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It was a long, five-day haul with a half-million dollars worth of sheet music in the back, but with its joys (the Utah salt flats, the Sierras, the buttes).
Cut an irregular circle about 6 to 7 inches in diameter from sheet music that is printed on both sides.
The full listing of all available sheet music titles can be found at http://www.
The examiner was struck by their poverty and inability to obtain sheet music, which is very expensive.
In 1501, the Italian printer Ottaviano Petrucci published Harmonice Musices Odhecaton, the first book of sheet music printed from movable type that included 96 pieces.
AII music is delivered in MP3-VBR (variable bit rate) format and Adobe PDF is used for the sheet music.
to small, tightly focused, community-specific services, such as the Sheet Music Consortium (n.
Coleman tells us about many such technologies and shakeups: home phonographs and radios that sealed the fate of player pianos and sheet music in the 1920s, '30s, and '40s; the invention of the long-playing record in the late '40s and multitracking in the '50s, which created space for unified 40-to-50-minute works of musical recording art; the late '70s introduction of portable cassette/earphone devices that elevated the cassette to the best-selling recorded-music format in just six years; the electronic synthesizer of the '80s that drove out of business many of Petrillo's boys who somehow had managed to survive the onslaught of canned music in the first half of the 20th century.
WHEN the world's biggest rock bands need someone to write the sheet music book for their latest albums, they turn to Nuneaton's North Warwickshire and Hinckley College.
ebrary has announced that Byron Hoyt, a provider of musical resources, will be using ebrary's technology to make more than 7,000 sheet music and educational titles available through ebrary.
Bowker (New Providence, NJ) has launched the International Standard Music Number (ISMN) system, a uniform global standard for identifying all printed sheet music publications available worldwide.
Because all Notes employees are music students who supposedly are interested in purchasing Notes' sheet music, the tax adviser might recommend an employee discount.
Worldwide Computer Products News-14 December 2001-Electronic sheet music developed by FreeHand Systems (C)1995-2001 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
BURBANK - A National Sheet Music Society luncheon honoring the legacy of songwriter Walter Donaldson will be held at 1901 West Burbank Blvd.
The importance of sheet music and its depictions of race in relation to music is an area much in need of discussion (along the lines of Mark Slobin's excellent 1982 book Tenement Songs: The Popular Music of Jewish Immigrants), yet Berlin merely describes the issue, excerpts some of Stark's publicity quotes, and goes on.