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How to Read Music


  • Editor's Choice


Editor's Choice

This is not a book aimed at young pupils but is full of great ideas that might help you teach them. What I like is that it puts everything into a practical content.The diagram of a piano keyboard features quite promimently, especially in the early chapters and the Hybrid complementary website enables you to download aural clips, worksheets and extra infomation. (OK - this is a bit clunky but it pays to stick with it!) The final chapters are on intervals, compound time, articulation (which includes dynamics) and harmony so you can see that by the end you will be covering some fairly advanced topics. Used in conjuction with How to Crack Music Theory, the end product would be a level of understanding of the whole concept of written music. If you then add in the aural element, these two books could provide a great deal of teaching material for a long time.

Item Details

Category: Theory Textbooks
Publisher: Music Sales
Publisher's reference: AM986887
Our Stock Code: 1140415
Media Type: Paperback

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