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Contents Acknowledgments Introduction Who's Who Part One On Development as an Artist Chapter 1 Getting Started Chapter 2 Learning One's Craft Chapter 3 Formal Education Versus Learning on the Bandstand Chapter 4 Is There Such a Thing as Too Much Practice? Chapter 5 Survival 101: From Sideman to Leader Part Two On Composing and Recording Chapter 6 When and How to Record Chapter 7 The Art of Writing a Song Chapter 8 The Empty-Vessel Theory Part Three On Personal Growth Chapter 9 Overcoming Success and Failure Chapter 10 Ego Check Chapter 11 Self-Assessment Chapter 12 What Are You Sure You Don't Know? Part Four On Putting on a Performance Chapter 13 Preparation for a Performance Chapter 14 The Do's and Don'ts of Performing Chapter 15 Learning from Elders Part Five On the Business Chapter 16 Contracts: Watch Your Money Chapter 17 How to Promote and Present Yourself Chapter 18 The Importance of a Manager Chapter 19 Getting a Job and Keeping It Part Six Self-Evaluation: Do you have what it takes? Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Music -- Vocational guidance.