The Songwriter In Me (ebook)

The Songwriter In Me (ebook)

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Donna Ulisse
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How'd you like to spend a little time with “one of the best singer-songwriters in bluegrass,” hearing the stories behind the songs and learning how to turn inspiration into an inspiring work of art? Simply immerse yourself in Donna Ulisse's new book, The Songwriter in Me: Snapshots of My Creative Process (Hadley Music Group). Bluegrass music is all about the story, and Ulisse is a masterful storyteller. “Donna's songs are in a league all their own; intelligently crafted , thoughtful, inspired and married to some truly interesting and memorable melodies,” says Dave Higgs, host of NPR's “Bluegrass Breakdown” show on Nashville Public Radio. No wonder she was nominated as the International Bluegrass Music Association's songwriter of the year in 2012 and 2013! The legendary Del McCoury Band recorded the Civil War tale “Butler Brothers,” which Ulisse wrote with Jerry Salley, on its 2014 Grammy-winning album, The Streets of Baltimore. Her songs also have been recorded by Claire Lynch, Larry Stephenson, Darin and Brooke Aldridge, The Bankesters, Nu-Blu, Natasha Borzilova, Diana Jones and Louise Mosrie. The Songwriter in Me unfolds like a visit with an old friend — down-home, easygoing, conversational — as Ulisse invites you in to “this beautiful place where I make music these days.” Peppered with personal anecdotes and generous with insights, this handy book stands as a tribute to the power of the imagination. You don't have to be a songwriter to reap its benefits. Ulisse's suggestions can help you whether you are writing a song, a poem or a short story — or, for that matter, a speech, a sermon or marketing copy. As the title of one early chapter says, “Creativity Keeps You Young,” and Ulisse stands as living proof, showing no signs of slowing down her prolific output of new songs and recordings.


Detalles del ebook
ISBN:
9781483551777
Editorial:
BookBaby
Formato:
EPub con DRM
Idioma:
Inglés
Género:
Artes
Subgénero:
Artes

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1483551777 |

EAN:

9781483551777