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Seminar: Songwriting
Seminar: Songwriting
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Date/Time
Saturday, January 25th 2014
9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Location
WriterHouse

Instructor: Paul Reisler
Cost: $90 Members | $100 Non-Members
Saturday, January 25, 2014 | 9:00 AM-4:00 PM

Spend the morning working writing lyrics, from the spark of an idea, through the creation of images, lines, structure, and into a lyric. Be inspired to follow the twisted creative path instead of the predictable highway. Discuss the polishing process and keeping organized. In the afternoon, we’ll explore the musical part of songwriting focusing on melody and prosody so that your music deepens the experience of your song.

Paul Reisler has been performing, composing, and teaching for over 35 years. He founded Trapezoid, Paul Reisler & A Thousand Questions and the Kid Pan Alley children’s songwriting project. He’s taught at songwriting schools including Rocky Mountain Song School, Utah Song School, and many others.

For more information or to register, please visit:
http://writerhouse.org/index.php/writing-class-schedule/writing-classes/1089-seminar-songwriting

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