Publisher: Hal Leonard
Authors: Bernie Williams, Dave Gluck, Bob Thompson
Bernie Williams' ability to play major league baseball at a high level was directly influenced by his musical training and his deep understanding of the similarities between musical artistry and athletic performance. Through a series of conversations, narratives, and sidebars, the authors (Bernie Williams, Dave Gluck, and Bob Thompson) discover and reveal the influence of music and its rhythms on the game of baseball. Readers of Rhythms of the Game will gain an insight into the similarities between musical artistry and athletic performance. The book is written for musicians and athletes looking to improve their level of performance on the stage or on the field, as well as for a general audience interested in gaining a deeper understanding of the underlying influence of music on the game of baseball.
Inventory #HL 00333122
“Williams' solo take on 'Take Me Out to the Ballgame' – with spoken intro from longtime Yankee Stadium public-address voice Bob Sheppard – turns the classic seventh-inning-stretch ditty into an introspective elegy that sounds like a musical interpretation of a wistful ex-player looking back at his career.” – Dave Shenin, The Washington Post
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