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Andrew West

Andrew West is a songwriter and Professor and Head of Postgraduate Studies at Leeds College of Music, UK. Whilst at Bath Spa University, where he was made a Teaching Fellow, he designed and course directed the world’s first MA in Songwriting. His songs have featured in the Grammy award winning shows Lost, Heroes and True Blood and been recorded by artists as diverse as Joe Brown and Stackridge. A seasoned producer and performer, he has also made critically acclaimed records as part of the trio ‘CCW’ with Hugh Cornwell and Roger Cook, and as a solo artist while based in the United States. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Art of Songwriting

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2016



... on a goal or reward; and competition. Projecting a model of creativity as a series of levels, Taylor (1959) argues that a first level is one of expressive creativity in which the quality of the product is unimportant. A second level, during...

On not Knowing Shakespeare (and on Shakespeare not Knowing): Romanticism, the Authorship Question and English Literature

Shakespeare and His Authors : Critical Perspectives on the Authorship Question

Bloomsbury Academic, 2010



... See Gary Taylor’s comment that the Romantics (and Hazlitt in particular) ‘imagined a Shakespeare who exposed his personality chiefly through an aversion to exposing his personality’ (1990: 156). And compare Garber’s comment...
... to leading worship,Paul Fiddes wrote the first draft, which was then revised and augmented by Andrew Taylor, Lynn Robson, Myra Blyth and Nicholas Wood. it seeks to take seriously what might be regarded as the four major components of good liturgy,...