[tforum] [Fwd: Saint Francis University Announces Online Songwriting Session with Paul Purple]

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Subject: Saint Francis University Announces Online Songwriting Session 
with Paul Purple
Date: Fri, 07 Apr 2006 15:26:52 -0400
From: Jennifer Oxenford <jmacdoug@isc.upenn.edu>
To: k20advise@internet2.edu, k20innovators@internet2.edu


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Folks, 


I know it's short notice but here is another exciting event coming
from St. Francis University and FREE to K12 and Higher Education. 

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Saint Francis University of Loretto, PA will present The Universe of
Song:

with Paul Purple on Monday, April 24 from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. EST via
Internet 2.

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The Universe of Song: with Paul Purple

 

Join us for the Universe of Song. This session is an intense
sixty-minute songwriting workshop that will teach participants how to
write their own songs!  Both beginners and experienced songwriters
will learn from singer/guitarist Paul Purple’s method and
instruction.  Regardless of musical expertise, students will gain
valuable new artistic skills and insights while enjoying themselves.

 

International performance, recording, and teaching artist Paul Purple
and accompanist Jim Donovan (Founding member of the multi-platinum
selling band Rusted Root and current Saint Francis University
Instructor of Music) will provide this presentation via live
performance and audience interaction. Following the session, Paul and
Jim will allow time for a question and answer session.

 

Some of the topics covered include:

 

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Emotion Powerfully

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Storytelling Techniques

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you don’t need to play an instrument or know how to sing to write
great songs

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Movies in Songs

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and External Rhythms

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Heart-felt Melodies

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Melodies

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Playfulness of Rhythm, Melody, and Lyrics

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Language Techniques

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Creativity Musical Performance

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Appreciation and Understanding “Finding” Songs

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Voice

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the “Magic” of a great song Changing the World for the Better
(literally!) With Your Songs

 

 

Paul Purple is a songwriter based in Centre Hall, PA whose work is
roistered

by Pennsylvania Council on the Arts and is popular with many schools
across

the Commonwealth. He's taught students of all ages at schools,
colleges and

festivals around the country. A joyfully talented artist, he's a
wonderful

teacher, inspiring coach, and a motivating musical force.

 

This session is open to both K-12 and college audiences.  Interested
groups

should RSVP no later than April 19, 2006.  Technology requirements:

Internet2/Internet connection (Internet2 preferred), IP (H.323)

videoconferencing system capable of connecting at 768kbps. To
register, or for more information, please contact Mike Shanafelt via
phone (814-472-3117) ore-mail (mshanafelt@cermusa.francis.edu).

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Jennifer Oxenford 

Associate Director, MAGPI 

jmacdoug@magpi.net

phone: 215.898.0341

cell: 267.322.0036

fax: 215.898.9348


www.magpi.net

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