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Author(s): Polli Chambers-Salazar
Essential Piano Techniques: A Guide to Practice and Performance
focuses on developing the skills essential to a successful pianist: one’s
physical approach to the instrument; effective practice techniques; tools for
mastering sight reading; and a thorough approach to memorization. It acts as a
supplement to repertoire to be used by college level piano classes, students
taking individual lessons, or pianists studying on their own.
Essential Piano Techniques includes:
Author(s): Steve Ellyson, Frank Ragozzine, Vernon F Haynes, William Rick Fry, Jeffrey Coldren, Jane Kestner
General Psychology is a fifteen chapter introduction to psychology. It covers all the traditional, fundamental, content areas typically found in introduction psychology texts, such as perception, learning, development, as well as, areas such as human diversity and health pyschology.
Author(s): Warren Rosenberg, Victor Stanionis, Louis Campisi
INTEGRATED SCIENCE: THE ENERGY CODE is written to help students who are not following a career in science and/or engineering, develop a measure of scientific and technological literacy. It is designed for a one-semester course, with two hours of lecture and a two-hour "hands-on" laboratory session per week.
Author(s): Edward Rhodes, Jonathan M Dicicco, Dalia Fahmy
International Relations explores the basic concepts of international politics and investigates the causes of war. The selections in this anthology are drawn from major theoretical writings on international relations and offer sophisticated explanations of the forces and factors that shape the behavior of states in the international system. Among the topics covered are the nature of anarchy, power, the state, the international system, and international society.