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Music on Paper: Basic Theory (Tipbook)

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Publisher Comments:

Music on Paper is a handy, accessible guide to reading music and the basics of music theory, for musicians in any style, playing any instrument, at any level. This Tipbook teaches you how to read, provides a clear understanding of what you play, and is a fantastic reference. Covers: accents, alla breves and afterbeats; keys, quarter notes and quintuplets; parts, plops and pitch bends; transposing, triplets and tremolos; and much more."Without a doubt, the Music on Paper Tipbook is one I'd highly recommend to ALL songwriters."- American Songwriter magazine"Very well organized and easy to read; a perfect supplement and quick reference guide to any high school music program or basic college music theory course."- Online Trombone Journal

Synopsis:

Music on Paper is a handy, accessible guide to reading music and the basics of music theory, for musicians in any style, playing any instrument, at any level. This Tipbook teaches you how to read, provides a clear understanding of what you play, and is a fantastic reference. Covers: accents, alla breves and afterbeats; keys, quarter notes and quintuplets; parts, plops and pitch bends; transposing, triplets and tremolos; and much more.

Synopsis:

Music on Paper is a handy, accessible guide to reading music and the basics of music theory, for musicians in any style, playing any instrument, at any level. This Tipbook teaches you how to read, provides a clear understanding of what you play, and is a fantastic reference. Covers: accents, alla breves and afterbeats; keys, quarter notes and quintuplets; parts, plops and pitch bends; transposing, triplets and tremolos; and much more. "Without a doubt, the Music on Paper Tipbook is one I'd highly recommend to ALL songwriters." (American Songwriter) "Very well organized and easy to read; a perfect supplement and quick reference guide to any high school music program or basic college music theory course." (Online Trombone Journal) "Music on Paper has got to be the best of the books on music theory available on the market - in more ways than one." (Canadian Clarinet Resources) "This tiny book is marvellous ... It easily negotiates the gulf between popular culture and heritage music theory which is still a major problem with many of the offerings in this crowded field. There is so much universal information, encompassing the widest range of musical styles, in such a concise and easy to read form." (Music in Action)

Synopsis:

The Tipbook was written in collaboration with musicians, teachers, technicians and experts on the instrument. Features include: lessons and practicing, selecting an instrument, pricing, history of instrument, maintenance and more.

Product Details

ISBN:
9789076192321
Subtitle:
Basic Theory
Author:
Pinksterboer, Hugo
Publisher:
Hal Leonard Publishing Corporation
Location:
Netherlands
Subject:
Reference
Subject:
Music
Subject:
Songbooks
Subject:
Theory
Subject:
Sight-reading (Music)
Subject:
Score reading and playing
Subject:
Music theory
Subject:
Songbooks - General
Subject:
Instruction & Study - Theory
Edition Number:
1st ed.
Series:
Tipbook
Series Volume:
FPA 03-05
Publication Date:
January 2003
Binding:
Paperback
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
134
Dimensions:
8.26x4.19x.38 in. .37 lbs.

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Product details 134 pages Hal Leonard Publishing Corporation - English 9789076192321 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , Music on Paper is a handy, accessible guide to reading music and the basics of music theory, for musicians in any style, playing any instrument, at any level. This Tipbook teaches you how to read, provides a clear understanding of what you play, and is a fantastic reference. Covers: accents, alla breves and afterbeats; keys, quarter notes and quintuplets; parts, plops and pitch bends; transposing, triplets and tremolos; and much more.
"Synopsis" by , Music on Paper is a handy, accessible guide to reading music and the basics of music theory, for musicians in any style, playing any instrument, at any level. This Tipbook teaches you how to read, provides a clear understanding of what you play, and is a fantastic reference. Covers: accents, alla breves and afterbeats; keys, quarter notes and quintuplets; parts, plops and pitch bends; transposing, triplets and tremolos; and much more. "Without a doubt, the Music on Paper Tipbook is one I'd highly recommend to ALL songwriters." (American Songwriter) "Very well organized and easy to read; a perfect supplement and quick reference guide to any high school music program or basic college music theory course." (Online Trombone Journal) "Music on Paper has got to be the best of the books on music theory available on the market - in more ways than one." (Canadian Clarinet Resources) "This tiny book is marvellous ... It easily negotiates the gulf between popular culture and heritage music theory which is still a major problem with many of the offerings in this crowded field. There is so much universal information, encompassing the widest range of musical styles, in such a concise and easy to read form." (Music in Action)
"Synopsis" by , The Tipbook was written in collaboration with musicians, teachers, technicians and experts on the instrument. Features include: lessons and practicing, selecting an instrument, pricing, history of instrument, maintenance and more.
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