Author: James Whitcomb RileyPublish On: 2019-12-19
Table of Contents She sang a song of May for me, Wherein once more I heard The mirth of my glad infancy— The orchard's earliest bird—The joyous breeze among ...
Author: James Whitcomb Riley
Publisher: Good Press
"Riley Songs of Home" by James Whitcomb Riley. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.
HOME a novel by Sara Brooks The Hope of a Child's Heart A Song Called Home ASongCalled Home TheHopeOfAChild'sHeart SARA BROOKS Copyright.
Author: Sara Brooks
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
A Song Called Home is the life story of a baby of mysterious birth, whose parents lived on the Osage Indian reservation. Her father and both grandfathers were architects, and built homes and buildings from Oklahoma to Martha´s Vineyard in the early 1900´s. Before she became four years old, Mary Jeanette´s father abandoned her and his marriage, leaving the child to question her birth and family history. Thus began a lifetime search for her heritage and a home of her own. The book captures the hearts and struggles of Mary Jeanette and her mother as they moved from place to place across Oklahoma and Kansas to live with relatives. After her high-school graduation, she met a young man who brought deep love and a devotion that led to marriage. The lives of these two characters as children mirrored each other, and they found that they had much in common, including the kind of home they wanted. The stories of their life as a couple bring them some exciting experiences during the Great Depression, the Dust-Bowl Days, through WWII, and to the promise of a bright future.
This book will teach you how to produce, write, mix and master a song that you can show to the world. With easy to follow steps and examples, this book will help you create and release your next smash hit in no time!
Author: Jay Carteré
Do you want to make the next big hit from the privacy of your bedroom? Do you want to find out how to set up your own recording studio for cheap? This book will teach you how to produce, write, mix and master a song that you can show to the world. With easy to follow steps and examples, this book will help you create and release your next smash hit in no time! Learn how to make a song at home today!
But before the 1890's were over Harry von Tilzer had not a modest but a smash hit song in each of his two hands . First came “ My Old New Hampshire Home .
Author: David Ewen
Publisher: Prentice Hall
The American popular song has undergone as many changes and developments as America herself. Here David Ewen explores the whole history and evolution of American popular music from 1746 to the present day. Through the biographies, personal portraits, and critical evaluations of thirty of its leading creators, the reader is given a perspective on how the American popular song developed over the years and gains an insight into the birth and evolution of the media (theater, radio, television, movies, etc.) in which these songs came into being. Within the biographies, such basic styles as the national ballad, the war song, ragtime songs, the blues, show tunes, movie tunes, and the songs of protest are described, while more than passing notice is given to the changing song lyric and the men who brought about this change. The result is a crisply-written, exceedingly knowledgeable work of encyclopedic scope and range that discusses and explains the currents and crosscurrents in the evolution of American popular music. -- From publisher's description.
There isn't going to be any new construction going on here, so you ought to tell those drivers to go home and save yourself some money.
Author: Thomas Kinkade
In this inspiring novel, world-renowned “Painter of Light”™ Thomas Kinkade brings us back to Cape Light—the little town we know by heart… The charming seacoast village of Cape Light is the kind of place where neighbor helps neighbor and people have the time to appreciate God’s blessings every day. Their lives are not without disappointment—even heartbreak. But there’s something special about this town—and the people in it. Cape Light’s mayor, Emily Warwick, can’t remember the last time she let herself dream. Her days are consumed by the responsibilities of her job and the incessant demands of her elderly mother. And there’s her younger sister Jessica, who is about to walk down the aisle with a man their mother despises. Emily has two months to bring their mother around, but so far—even with their minister’s support—her plan isn’t working. And it doesn’t help that she’s still mourning the husband she lost and wondering what happened to the baby she gave up for adoption twenty years ago. Sometimes she thinks it would take a miracle to fill the hole in her heart. But miracles do happen here in Cape Light. You just have to close your eyes—and believe in your dreams...