Adult All-in-One Course: Lesson, Theory, Technic, Level 1 by Willard A. PalmerAlfreds Basic Adult All-in-One Course Book 1 Book 1 & CD. Alfreds Basic Adult All-in-One Course is designed for use with an instructor for the beginning student looking for a truly complete piano course. It is a greatly expanded version of Alfreds Basic Adult Piano Course that will include lesson, theory, technic and additional repertoire in a convenient, all-in-one format. This comprehensive course adds such features as isometric hand exercises, finger strengthening drills, and written assignments that reinforce each lessons concepts. There is a smooth, logical progression between each lesson, a thorough explanation of chord theory and playing styles, and outstanding extra songs, including folk, classical, and contemporary selections. At the completion of this course, the student will have learned to play some of the most popular music ever written and will have gained a good understanding of basic musical concepts and styles. The CD has accompaniments to support the students playing of the exercises and songs found in the Level 1 book. Titles: Alouette * Alpine Melody * Amazing Grace * Au Claire de la Lune * Aunt Rhody * Auld Lang Syne * Aura Lee * The Bandleader * Beautiful Brown Eyes * Blow the Man Down! * Blues for Wynton Marsalis * Brother John * Caf Vienna * The Can-Can * Chasing the Blues Away * Chiapanecas * Cockles and Mussels * The Cuckoo * Day is Done * Dueling Harmonics * The Entertainer * A Friend Like You * Go Down, Moses * Good King Wenceslas * Good Morning to You! * Good People * Got Those Blues * Greensleeves * Happy Birthday to You! * Harmonica Rock * Harp Song * Heres a Happy Song! * Hes Got the Whole World in His Hands * Im Gonna Lay My Burden Down * Jericho * Jingle Bells * Joy to the World! * Kum-ba-yah! * Largo (Dvorak) * Lavenders Blue * Lightly Row * Little Brown Jug * Liza Jane * London Bridge * Lone Star Waltz * Love Somebody * Lullaby * The Marines Hymn * Mary Ann * Merrily We Roll Along * Mexican Hat Dance * Michael, Row ...
Walt Whitman Documentary 1988
Walt Whitman | 10 Facts About America’s Poet of Democracy
Check out some facts about his life, his love of nudity, and how he managed to write rave reviews of his own work. Living in New York with his parents, and with his father struggling to make ends meet, Whitman left school at age 11 to help contribute to the household. He got work assisting a law office in the city before turning to the printing business, developing skills that would later inform his work in self-publishing. He continued to educate himself, eventually becoming a teacher at the age of After stints in teaching and journalism, Whitman collected 12 of his poems for Leaves of Grass , a self-published book that would go on to become his best-known work. But where most authors leave finished titles behind, Whitman considered Leaves to be a malleable volume.
Walt Whitman is known for his huge impact on American poetry. But we bet you haven't heard these 17 facts about him.
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Journalist and Editor
Walt Whitman spent his childhood in New York, where he was first employed at age 12 as a printer. He later held jobs as a newspaper editor and a schoolteacher. During this time he began publishing poems in popular magazines. The first edition of Leaves of Grass was printed in He revised and added to the collection throughout his life, producing ultimately nine editions.