Pat Pattison – Writing Lyrics to Music – Part 3 of 6

Learn more about Pat’s Lyric Writing course at: bit.ly Berklee Professor Pat Pattison discusses writing lyrics to your finished musical arrangements.

Author: BerkleeMusic
Duration: 261
Published: 2010-08-23 15:30:31
Pat Pattison – Writing Lyrics to Music – Part 3 of 6

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