Writing Songs for the Marketplace – An Exercise

In the class Writing Songs for the Marketplace, you will finish 5 songs in 6 weeks, expand your toolbox as a writer, and write work for different real-world assignments each week, from tv music to Nashville-style row fax pitches. With teacher Keppie Coutts, former Berklee instructor whom John Mayer called a “contemporary female Nick Drake.” For registration or information, call 818-848-7664 or visit the website www.thesongwritingschool.com

Author: SongSchool
Duration: 96
Published: 2011-06-28 03:41:30
Writing Songs for the Marketplace – An Exercise

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