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Beginner's Guide to Reading Music: Easy to Use, Easy to Learn; A Simple Introduction for All Ages

Beginner's Guide to Reading Music: Easy to Use, Easy to Learn; A Simple Introduction for All Ages (Spiral spine)

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The perfect companion to "Chords for Kids" and "My First Recorder Music", this is the ideal guide for those who may enjoy playing instruments, but have not yet mastered how to read music from the page. It is ideal for any age, but especially for children between 8 and 10 years old. This guide provides the essentials you need to know, explaining pitch, the treble clef, the bass clef, rhythm, accidentals, key signatures and time signatures. You can then practise what you have learnt with the 'Play Along' sections containing simple, well-known examples of music. It comes with helpful diagrams, clear accessible text and a practical spiral-bound format.

Music & DanceMusic BooksTechniques of music / music tutorials Publisher: Flame Tree Publishing Publication Date: 01/02/2011 ISBN-13: 9781847869500  Details: Type: Spiral spine Format: Books
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Jake Jackson's publications, as writer, editor or contributor, include The Songwriter's Rhyming Dictionary, How to Play Classic Riffs and Play Flamenco. As guitarist and songwriter he has been in a few bands, including Slice, The Harmonics and Starbank and has studied a form of Flamenco guitar. Although Jake has a range of fine guitars in his house his favourite music software is Sibelius and, having worked with Cubase for many years, is now moving over to Logic Pro.

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