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Publisher's Summary

David Baroni is a Grammy Award-winning songwriter who shares his insights, passion, and songwriting expertise in this entertaining and enlightening book. David's songs have been recorded by Michael W. Smith, Natalie Grant, Ron Kenoly, Selah, Debby Boone, Don Moen, Alvin Slaughter, and many others.
A musician, artist and producer, he has been writing songs professionally for over 30 years. Filled with humor, practical tips and the unique perspective gleaned from his international ministry, The Heart and The Art of Songwriting is sure to inspire you!
©2011 Kingdomsongs Inc. (P)2016 Kingdomsongs Inc.
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By Tom Dixon on 06-07-16

This book has little to do with songwriting

I gave this book over 30 minutes to hopefully get in to some real songwriting tips and heard very little. The author is preoccupied with preaching about God and how God created music for us.
I'm a church going Christian, but bought this book to pick up a few new songwriting tips. Unfortunately, I don't feel like that's what I got. I only received a sermon and stories about how God has inspired the author to write.
Complete waste of my time and money...

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By Eli on 09-21-16

A sermon rather than a book about songwriting.

Would you be willing to try another one of David Baroni’s performances?

No

Any additional comments?

Unfortunately this book focuses primarily on preaching religious doctrine and it's references to song rather than enlightening the reader on principles of songwriting. I feel the author should have made this clear in the synopsis as this purchase, for me, was a waste of money.

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