The Nashville Number System

Autor: Chas Williams
Publisher: Ingram
ISBN: 9780963090676
File Size: 58,77 MB
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The Nashville Number System was originally written and published in 1988 by Chas. He has rigorously updated and edited the book for each of 7 subsequent editions. Featured here is the 2005 printing and 7th edition of The Nashville Number System; expanded with the inclusion of the cd/cd rom, String Of Pearls. By word of mouth, it has become the most recommended source for learning the Number System. The Nashville Number System is used as a text at Berklee College of Music, in Boston, Belmont University, in Nashville, and MTSU in Murfreesboro,TN. SYNOPSISIn the late 50's, Neil Matthews devised a musical number system for the Jordanaires to use in the studio. Charlie McCoy and fellow studio musicians began adapting Matthews' number system into chord charts. The Nashville Number System has evolved into a complete method of writing chord charts and melodies---combining Nashville shorthand with formal notation standards. The Nashville Number System is 130 pages with a step by step method of how to write a Nashville number chart for any song. Included with each NNS book in Edition 7 is the cd, "String Of Pearls". This is a 10 song cd of instrumentals, including, Amazing Grace. I walk you through the details of each song and explain the Number System tools used to write the charts. Now, while listening to the cd, you can see and hear how Nashville number charts work.String Of Pearls is an Extended CD (CD ROM). As well as high quality audio that will play in your cd player, you can insert the disc into your computer and watch animated number charts as you listen to the songs. On the cd rom, there is a click track with each song and a highlight moving from chord to chord in time with the music. You can see exactly how to count each measure in real time with the music. Counting bars is probably the hardest part of the number system to teach. With this cd rom, you will be able to see, hear and feel how these charts work.

Song Charting Made Easy

Autor: Jim Riley
Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation
ISBN: 9781423463672
File Size: 46,64 MB
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(Music Instruction). Here's your personal introduction to the most versatile song charting system ever created, the Nashville Number System. Used for decades by the world's top studio musicians, the Number system allows you to chart an entire song for the whole band on a single sheet of paper in about five minutes! Whether you are a musician trying to break into the competitive world of session playing, a songwriter looking for a quick way to document your songs, or you're just looking for a better way to communicate musically with your band, this system is exactly what you need. The book includes a CD with more than 90 musical examples recorded by some of the world's best session musicians. They will guide you through the Number system from its basic concepts to the most intricate nuances. Along the way, you will have the opportunity to take what you have learned and jam along with fully-produced tracks that have been custom-mixed for guitar, keyboards, bass, and drums. Written by Jim Riley, the drummer for Rascal Flatts! Song Charting Made Easy will very simply change the way you think about music.

Music Theory And The Nashville Number System

Autor: Odie Blackmon
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781491087688
File Size: 47,49 MB
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"Music Theory And The Nashville Number System" is based on Grammy nominated hit songwriter Odie Blackmon's class at Vanderbilt University's Blair School of Music. Designed for songwriters, performers, musicians and audio engineers who know how to play chords on guitar or piano but haven't connected the dots of music theory or the Nashville Number System. Blackmon's book uses piano keyboard and guitar fretboard examples to prepare the student to communicate with other musicians, better understand how scales and chords works together, use chord extensions and inversions, see common patterns in chord progressions through number chart analysis, and read and write Nashville Number charts. Example charts are hand written by Blackmon and a host of Nashville's top studio players on hits they played.

The Nashville Number System Fake Book

Autor: Hal Leonard Corp.
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781495014093
File Size: 56,89 MB
Format: PDF
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(Fake Book). The Nashville Number System is the standard way for a professional country musician to notate a song. The system has been around since the 1950s, and it rapidly became widespread within the country music community because of how efficiently it can represent music. In essence, a Nashville number chart conveys the harmony, key, meter, rhythm, phrase structure, instrumentation, arrangement, and form of a song all on a single piece of paper. An introduction is included that thoroughly explains how to use the book. Lyrics are not included. This valuable resource gathers together 200 country standards from yesterday's favorites to today's chart-topping hits, including: Achy Breaky Heart (Don't Tell My Heart) * Act Naturally * All the Gold in California * Always on My Mind * Amazed * Battle of New Orleans * Before He Cheats * Before the Next Teardrop Falls * Behind Closed Doors * Bless the Broken Road * Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain * Boot Scootin' Boogie * A Boy Named Sue * Breathe * Coal Miner's Daughter * Could I Have This Dance * Crazy * The Dance * Delta Dawn * The Devil Went down to Georgia * Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue * Elvira * Folsom Prison Blues * Friends in Low Places * The Gambler * God Bless the U.S.A. * He Stopped Loving Her Today * Hey, Good Lookin' * I Hope You Dance * I Walk the Line * I Will Always Love You * In Color * Jesus Take the Wheel * King of the Road * Live like You Were Dying * The Long Black Veil * Lucille * Luckenbach, Texas (Back to the Basics of Love) * Mean * Need You Now * On the Road Again * Redneck Woman * Springsteen * Stand by Your Man * This Kiss * You're Still the One * Your Cheatin' Heart * and more!

Guide To Capo Transposing The Nashville Numbering System

Autor: DIX BRUCE
Publisher: Mel Bay Publications
ISBN: 1619117185
File Size: 50,83 MB
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This Mel Bay Qwikguide begins with basic music theory about scales and keysand teaches how to transpose several songs with and without the capo. Then we look at chords in keys and explore some typical chord progressions by swapping numbers (one, four, five) for the chord names (D, G, A). Finally we study the Nashville Numbering System in depth by examining different notation styles and converting several well-known songs to number charts. The more advanced number charts show detailed arrangements with modulations, intros, extros, a variety of chords, repeats, fermatas, strum patterns, beat accents, and much more. If you're interested in why the capo works as it does; if you're a songwriter or gigging musician who needs to know how to read, write, and understand Nashville Number charts, this book is for you!

The Nashville Number System Fake Book

Autor: Hal Leonard Corp.
Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation
ISBN: 1495056481
File Size: 61,54 MB
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(Fake Book). The Nashville Number System is the standard way for a professional country musician to notate a song. The system has been around since the 1950s, and it rapidly became widespread within the country music community because of how efficiently it can represent music. In essence, a Nashville number chart conveys the harmony, key, meter, rhythm, phrase structure, instrumentation, arrangement, and form of a song all on a single piece of paper. An introduction is included that thoroughly explains how to use the book. Lyrics are not included. This valuable resource gathers together 200 country standards from yesterday's favorites to today's chart-topping hits, including: Achy Breaky Heart (Don't Tell My Heart) * Act Naturally * All the Gold in California * Always on My Mind * Amazed * Battle of New Orleans * Before He Cheats * Before the Next Teardrop Falls * Behind Closed Doors * Bless the Broken Road * Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain * Boot Scootin' Boogie * A Boy Named Sue * Breathe * Coal Miner's Daughter * Could I Have This Dance * Crazy * The Dance * Delta Dawn * The Devil Went down to Georgia * Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue * Elvira * Folsom Prison Blues * Friends in Low Places * The Gambler * God Bless the U.S.A. * He Stopped Loving Her Today * Hey, Good Lookin' * I Hope You Dance * I Walk the Line * I Will Always Love You * In Color * Jesus Take the Wheel * King of the Road * Live like You Were Dying * The Long Black Veil * Lucille * Luckenbach, Texas (Back to the Basics of Love) * Mean * Need You Now * On the Road Again * Redneck Woman * Springsteen * Stand by Your Man * This Kiss * You're Still the One * Your Cheatin' Heart * and more!

Muzikmafia

Autor: David B. Pruett
Publisher: Univ. Press of Mississippi
ISBN: 9781604734393
File Size: 26,90 MB
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In October 2001, an unlikely gathering of musicians calling itself the MuzikMafia took place at the Pub of Love in Nashville, Tennessee. "We had all been beat up pretty good by the 'industry' and we told ourselves, if nothing else, we might as well be playing muzik," explains Big Kenny of Big and Rich. For the next year and a half, the MuzikMafia performed each week and garnered an ever-growing, dedicated fan base. Five years, several national tours, six Grammy nominations, and eleven million sold albums later, the MuzikMafia now includes a family of artists including founding members Big and Rich, Jon Nicholson, and Cory Gierman along with Gretchen Wilson, Cowboy Troy, James Otto, Shannon Lawson, Damien Horne (Mista D), Two-Foot Fred, Rachel Kice, and several more in development. This book explores how a set of shared beliefs created a bond that transformed the MuzikMafia into a popular music phenomenon. David B. Pruett examines the artists' coalition from the inside perspective he gained in five years of working with them. Looking at all aspects of the collective, MuzikMafia documents the problems encountered along the ascent, including business difficulties, tensions among members, disagreements with record labels, and miscalculations artists inevitably made before the MuzikMafia unofficially dissolved in 2008. A final section examines hope for the future: the birth of Mafia Nation in 2009.

Nashville In The New Millennium

Autor: Jamie Winders
Publisher: Russell Sage Foundation
ISBN: 1610448022
File Size: 36,61 MB
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Beginning in the 1990s, the geography of Latino migration to and within the United States started to shift. Immigrants from Central and South America increasingly bypassed the traditional gateway cities to settle in small cities, towns, and rural areas throughout the nation, particularly in the South. One popular new destination—Nashville, Tennessee—saw its Hispanic population increase by over 400 percent between 1990 and 2000. Nashville, like many other such new immigrant destinations, had little to no history of incorporating immigrants into local life. How did Nashville, as a city and society, respond to immigrant settlement? How did Latino immigrants come to understand their place in Nashville in the midst of this remarkable demographic change? In Nashville in the New Millennium, geographer Jamie Winders offers one of the first extended studies of the cultural, racial, and institutional politics of immigrant incorporation in a new urban destination. Moving from schools to neighborhoods to Nashville’s wider civic institutions, Nashville in the New Millennium details how Nashville’s long-term residents and its new immigrants experienced daily life as it transformed into a multicultural city with a new cosmopolitanism. Using an impressive array of methods, including archival work, interviews, and participant observation, Winders offers a fine-grained analysis of the importance of historical context, collective memories and shared social spaces in the process of immigrant incorporation. Lacking a shared memory of immigrant settlement, Nashville’s long-term residents turned to local history to explain and interpret a new Latino presence. A site where Latino day laborers gathered, for example, became a flashpoint in Nashville’s politics of immigration in part because the area had once been a popular gathering place for area teenagers in the 1960s and 1970s. Teachers also drew from local historical memories, particularly the busing era, to make sense of their newly multicultural student body. They struggled, however, to help immigrant students relate to the region’s complicated racial past, especially during history lessons on the Jim Crow era and the Civil Rights movement. When Winders turns to life in Nashville’s neighborhoods, she finds that many Latino immigrants opted to be quiet in public, partly in response to negative stereotypes of Hispanics across Nashville. Long-term residents, however, viewed this silence as evidence of a failure to adapt to local norms of being neighborly. Filled with voices from both long-term residents and Latino immigrants, Nashville in the New Millennium offers an intimate portrait of the changing geography of immigrant settlement in America. It provides a comprehensive picture of Latino migration’s impact on race relations in the country and is an especially valuable contribution to the study of race and ethnicity in the South.