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The book has 48 pages, with 12 lines of notes per page and is hardback. Perfect for schoolteachers, pupils and aspiring musician. For more information on apprentice and ASTA grades, click here. The product comes with SHAR's 1-year warranty for processing or material faults.
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So what ever happens to the best music writing series?
In 2000 Da Capo Press released the Best Music Writing range, which was finally discontinued in 2011. Soon after, the long-time journalist and music reviewer Daphne Carr reacted by establishing a music-centered publisher named Feedback Press, entitled Best Music Writing as its flag-bear. You may remember that a winning kickstarter promotion, which raised $17,337 on January 31, 2012, made way for a book that would once again help celebrating exceptional achievements in the area of music writing.
But despite a planned publication date for early autumn 2012, Best Music Writing 2012 has not yet been published and will silently become the music-writing analogy to Dr. Dre's Detox. Facebook page has not been refreshed since 29 January 2012, Twitter accounts have been deactivated since October 2012. Apparently the website itself was given up and repeat requests from sponsors where the book is were ignored.
Former research fellow at Feedback Press, Jonathan Bernstein, said he was uncertain about the book and his old colleagues: "It seems that this impartial Feedback Press venture is gone. There is no more confidence in Feedback Press because there have been no further upgrades for over a year.
" Zero confidence' could be a score of $17,337 that has not been proven, and the Daphne Carr thing is unattainable. Amber has tried unsuccessfully to ask Carr a few unanswered question about the scheme. The editor-in-chief of Vol. 1 Brooklyn, Tobias Carroll, who was appointed to the Feedback Press family after Carr's kickstarter win, has also not yet received any news from her.
Lately, Carr seems to have worked in close cooperation with the occupation movement. In her 2,500-word Manifest, Carr commented on her participation in a 99-mile walk from Philadelphia to New York City, and helped get back on track with Hurricane Sandy and the co-founders of Occupy Musicians. It is interesting that Carr quoted the Occupy Wall Street dynamic as an inspirational source for Feedback Press.
She replied after trying to contact Carr by e-mail. "That is Daphne Carr. It was published in the 2011 issue of Best Music Writing for this work. Feedback Press Facebook page contains a series of persistent and curious contributions by Greg Pratt, whose contribution about Donnie Wahlberg was recorded in Best Music Writing 2010.
This is an extract from one of Pratt's Facebook comments: "Carroll is conscious of some misgivings as Facebook site admin. "And I hesitated to become the face of the book if I am not able to tell about the book's state.
" Amber thought that the initial discussions about the book's futures went far beyond best music writing. "Bernstein said, "The wider idea was the establishment of an independant music writing publisher by music authors. "It' Daphne talked a lot. There were some really "cool ideas", such as promoting the music writer's equivalence to the Sportswriters Association of America.
"to be a part of this book that comes out the way it should."