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Rock Guitar For Dummies
 
Jon Chappell; Carl Verheyen
 
Face it, being a rock guitarist is just about the coolest thing you can be - next to a secret agent with a black belt in karate. But even if...
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Music Theory in Practice: Grade 7
 
Peter Aston; Julian Webb
 
Including worked examples of examination questions, and a set of exercises, this title covers the aspects of the Grade 7 Theory of Music examination. Covering both pre-20th-century and 20th-century styles...
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