Life Lessons from the Horn: Essays On Jazz, Originality and Being a Working Musician by Sam Newsome

Life Lessons from the Horn: Essays On Jazz, Originality and Being a Working Musician

bySam Newsome

Kobo ebook | September 1, 2015

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Life Lessons from the Horn is collection of compelling essays revealing saxophonist Sam Newsome’s unique insights as an artist, educator, and jazz musician of the 21st Century. Mr. Newsome, who teaches jazz studies at LIU Brooklyn, brings to each chapter, decades of experience of as an important figure on the New York jazz scene as well as his numerous years as educator in the classroom. Mr. Newsome teamed up with acclaimed jazz writer Howard Mandel to turn what he describes as "rough cuts" from his blog, into "book-worthy" set of reads. Jazz writer Kevin Whitehead describes Life Lessons from the Horn as a book "that’ll make you a better musician (and maybe even a better person)." If you are young musician serious about jazz, or if you're a seasoned professional looking for inspiration thoughts, this book has a little bit for everybody. "I wish that I had this book when I was much younger, as I’d probably be further along in my studies by now!" says Ethan Iverson, pianist and composer and writer of the blog Do the Math.
Title:Life Lessons from the Horn: Essays On Jazz, Originality and Being a Working MusicianFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:September 1, 2015Publisher:BookBabyLanguage:English

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