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Songwriters, are you sure your songs have this?

Harriet Schock School of Songwriting

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Pre-teen, Teen, Adult

Outcomes

Communication – is your song going to convince your “jury of listeners”?

Exposition with finesse - Is the necessary backstory presented subtly enough to be invisible?

Rhythm of the melody – is it different in each section and interesting in itself?

Smart Devices – are you using some of the clever tricks that great songwriters use to enchant the listener?

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Watch this video and hear all about it: Harriet Schock on the 4 ingredients

I started teaching songwriting in 1986. I have a new class that starts Tuesday, April 3, and there's a spot waiting for you! Or, I can coach you privately if you prefer. Contact me immediately to get started!

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Harriet Schock School of Songwriting

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Harriet Schock wrote the words and music to the Grammy-nominated #1 hit, “Ain’t No Way To Treat A Lady” plus many songs for other artists, TV shows and films. She co-wrote the theme for “Jakers! The Adventures of Piggley Winks,” currently showing in 30 countries. She and her band were featured in Henry Jaglom’s film “Irene In Time” performing 4 of Harriet’s songs. She also scored three other Jaglom films and starred in “Just 45 Minutes from Broadway.“ Jaglom’s recent film, “The M Word,” features Harriet’s song “Bein’ a Girl,” performed on camera at the end of the film. Karen Black wrote the play, “Missouri Waltz,” around five of Harriet’s songs, which ran for 6 weeks at the Blank Theatre in Hollywood as well as in Macon, Georgia. In 2007, Los Angeles Women in Music honored Harriet with their Career Achievement and Industry Contribution award. Harriet teaches songwriting privately, in classes and a popular online course by private email.

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