Successful Lyric Writing

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F+W Media, Nov 15, 1987 - Music - 292 pages
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This workbook will give you a solid foundation of theory and new insights into the subtleties of craftsmanship, whether you're a new or professional songwriter and whether your targeted market is country, gospel, top-40 or theatre.

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Hello, My name is "Joseph Alan Fears" I Am A Singer Songwriter & Multi-talented Musician/Indie Recording Artist(Jaff Record labels Usa) I Bought A Copy Of Shelia's Book Back In 1994 At A Local Book Store, And I Worked At Her Study Assignments,Requirements, Practices, And By 2001 I received My First Music Royalty Payment For A Songs & Lyric That I Know Would NOT Have Been As Successfull For Me Had I Not Read Here Book " SUCCESSFULL LYRIC WRITING" . Since Then I have recorded & Written Over 100 Songs,And Believe Me, I have Never Gotten A Negitive Feedback,Nor have I Not received Royalties For My Songs & Lyrics That have Been Played At Many R&B/Jazz Radio Stations In USA & Internationally. if You Are serious About becoming The "best" Lyric Writer That You Can Possibly Be", And You have True detication & deturmination, Then Shelia's Methods In Her Book Will Work For You. I Found It To Be very Enteresting, And When I Got A Little Lost, I Just Called Her Phone Number,She Answered & I Actually had Phone Class With "Shelia Davis" The Author Of "Successfull Lyric Writing", And back In 1994 Most of us didnt Have Cell Phones" or Computers Advanced Enough To have Internet School, So Thanks To Her" I Now Know What It takes To Write A Great Lyric For A Song. I reccomend It To "ANYONE" Who Really Believes That They want To become A Song & Lyric Writer. This Book Needs No Reason To be Questioned, It Really Works". Hey Why Not Check Out My Lyric & Song "Picture Of Love" Go To Then Search "Picture Of Love" For Comments? Send To: Successfull Lyric Writting To You J.A.F  


Stage Two How to Make Your Words Work
Stage Four How to Keep the Ideas Coming

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Sheila Davis, DNP, ANP-BC, FAAN., is Assistant Clinical Professor in Nursing at the MGH Institute of Health Professions, and is the Director of Global Nursing at Partners In Health, an international non-governmental organization working in 12 countries providing comprehensive health care and services for the poor globally. Dr. Davis has had a clinical practice as an APN (DNP) in the Infectious Diseases clinic, at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), Boston since 1997. Since 1992, Dr. Davis has been on faculty or as a guest lecturer at a number of schools of nursing, including Howard University, Simmons College, Northeastern University, University of Natal (Durban, So Africa); and Boston College.. She is the recipient of numerous awards and has served a variety of organizations including Physicians for Human Rights (Nurse member/HIV-AIDS, Healthy Women Summit), Clinton Foundation (Nurse Member, 12 -person team to develop comprehensive HIB/AIDS National Treatment Plan for So Africa), APHA (Member, Expert Panel on Adherence) and currently is on the editorial board of the International Journal of Health and Human Rights. She co-founded a nurse-run non-governmental organization working in South Africa on a rural nurse run clinic and orphan feeding program in an urban township. Her publications include 17 papers, 9 abstracts and 2 book chapters. Dr. Davis is deeply involved with Association of Nurses in AIDS/HIV Care (ANAC), was the founding/elected president of the Washington DC chapter and has been a local, nationally, and internationally invited speaker on AIDS/HIV for ANAC since the mid-1980's. She has presented on a number of topics in global health and infectious diseases nationally and internationally.

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