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All about Music Theory

Author : Mark Harrison
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Describes the fundamentals of music, covering such topics as music notation, scales and modes, chord progression, and song form and structure.

The Guitarist s Music Theory Book

Author : Peter Vogl
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The Guitarist's Music Theory Book by Peter Vogl is the first music theory book designed for guitar by a guitarist. The book explains music theory as it applies to the guitar and covers intervals, scales, chords, chord progressions, and the Nashville Number System. You will also get online access to audio examples of all the music in the book and also an ear training section. The Music Theory Book was written to help all guitar players achieve a better understanding of the guitar and of the music they play.

The 30 Day Music Theory Essentials Course

Author : Matthew Ellul
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Do you want to know how music works? Do you want to explore all the different elements that create the music we all love? Would you like to build a rock-solid foundation for more advanced musical studies? Then this book is for you! With hundreds of exercises and examples, listening challenges, 1 final test and online access to audio files, you'll learn: The essentials of music theory The complete system behind musical scales How key signatures work (and why they matter) How to build an endless variety of chords and where to use them The fundamentals of musical analysis How tonal music works (and why this is important) And all other essential music theory details! Stop searching the web endlessly in hopes of finding the right information and start learning from this step-by-step system instead. Hundreds of students have successfully gone through the School of Composition's practical methods to learn music theory. Now it's your turn!

Adult Piano Adventures All in One Piano Course Book 2

Author : Nancy Faber
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(Faber Piano Adventures ). Whether the adult student has just completed Book 1 or is returning to the piano after formerly playing, great pieces await in Adult Piano Adventures Book 2. This convenient "All-In-One" volume offers carefully sequenced instruction in note reading, music theory and piano technique. Its appealing new design clearly introduces concepts such as triad inversions, 3/8 and 6/8 time signatures, 16th-note rhythms, connected pedaling, and major and minor scales, plus a special focus on chord playing with lead sheets of familiar songs. Online support now includes hours of videos and audio accompaniment tracks that inspire rhythmic vitality and artistic expression. Song highlights: 'O Sole Mio! * Sloop John B * Brahms' Lullaby * The Lion Sleeps Tonight * Hava Nagila * Give My Regards to Broadway * Scarborough Fair * Malaguena * Pachelbel's Canon * and more.

Guitar Theory

Author : David Hodge
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Idiot's Guides: Guitar Theory is music theory for guitar and other fretboard instruments. Beginning with very simple and clear explanations, the book defines notes, their names, relationships, and guitar tablature and then explains rhythm, keeping time, and strumming. The book then goes into depth on the major scale and the four basic chords, to make guitar theory very clear and keep it easy, before going into all the chords and scales. The last part of the book covers playing solo and with others. There is more than an hour of listen- and follow-along audio files online with all of the music in the book and more.

How to Read Music in 30 Days

Author : Matthew Ellul
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” New, up-to-date release “ Do you want to learn how to read music notation quickly and easily? Do you want to understand music theory fundamentals in a simple, step-by-step system? Then this book is for you! With over 150 music examples, over 100 written exercises, 10 listening challenges, expert tips, lesson summaries, a final test, online access to the audio examples and a 20-page bonus of music reading training, you'll learn: The essentials of music theory, How rhythm REALLY works, The complete system behind musical notes, The crucial details of music notation (with 150+ examples), How to express your musical ideas with expression marks. You can finally stop searching the web endlessly in hopes of finding the right information. With this in-depth, easy-to-follow method, your music theory questions are answered in full. While learning at your own pace, this book will help you to: Compose your own music or write your own songs, Learn your instrument faster than ever before, Build a strong foundation for more advanced music studies. Hundreds of beginner students have successfully gone through this practical system to master musical notation and fundamental music theory. Now, it's your turn!

Jazz and the Classical Guitar

Author : KEN HATFIELD
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This book is designed to familiarize classical guitarists with the musical vocabulary of jazz, and to encourage jazz guitarists to explore the beautiful sonorities and limitless expressive potential of the classical guitar. the first half of the book contains theoretical explanations focused on harmonic analysis of the types of chord changes and song forms one routinely encounters in the jazz repertoire, as it demonstrates the application of all twelve notes of the chromatic scale to any chord in any situation. the second half of the book is comprised of Ken Hatfield's original compositions and transcriptions of his improvised solos. Both the tunes and the transcribed solos demonstrate how the theoretical material in the first half of the book can be artfully applied within the context of compositions representing three musical genres that have served as wellsprings of renewal throughout jazz's deep and illustrious history: blues, rhythm changes, and standards. the 14-track companion CD includes all the music from the second half of the book. the music is recorded in a variety of contexts, including solo, duo, trio, and quartets of differing strumentations. Two of the songs are designed so that the student can play along with the rhythm section. Twelve songs feature Ken playing the heads and the solos. Ten of these are transcribed in their entirety, while two leave the solos for the student to transcribe (in total or in part) as ear training exercises.

Berklee Music Theory

Author : Paul Schmeling
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Teaches the concepts of music theory based on the curriculum at Berklee College of Music.

Music Theory for Bassists

Author : Sean Malone
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(Bass Method). Bass players of all levels will find a wealth of practical music knowledge in this special book and CD package. Acclaimed bassist and music theory professor Sean Malone will take you on a journey through the fascinating realm of the written language of music, using easy-to-understand terms and concepts, music examples, diagrams, and much more. The accompanying audio CD provides 96 tracks of examples, demonstrations, and play-alongs.

Music Theory in 30 Days

Author : Matthew Ellul
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Do you want to know how music works? Do you want to explore all the different elements that create the music we all love? Would you like to build a rock-solid foundation for more advanced musical studies? Then this book is for you! With hundreds of exercises and examples, listening challenges, 1 final test and online access to audio files, you'll learn: The absolute essentials of music theory The complete system behind musical scales and key signatures How to build different types of chords The fundamentals of musical analysis How tonal music works and much more! No gimmicks. No tricks. No "learn as fast as possible" or "become an expert" systems. Just an honest, day-by-day method to give you a rock-solid understanding of music theory.

Progressive Guitar Method Theory

Author : LearnToPlayMusic.com
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Teach yourself how to play guitar with our easy guitar theory lessons for beginners. ***Comes with online access to free audio demonstrating all examples. Hear how each one is played by a teacher, then play along.*** "Great book. Very informative, and like others in the series, well written and easy to follow. I would recommend this book to any beginner!" - Jim Roberts, USA Progressive Guitar Method - Theory contains all you need to know to start learning to be a great guitar player - in one easy-to-follow, lesson-by-lesson guitar theory tutorial. Suitable for all ages and all types of guitars including acoustic guitar and electric guitar. No prior knowledge of how to read music or playing the guitar is required to teach yourself to learn to play guitar from this book. Teach yourself: • How to play acoustic guitar and how to play electric guitar • How to play basic guitar chords for beginners • How to play beginner guitar notes and beginner guitar scales used in lead guitar solos • All the fundamental techniques of theory guitar playing including hammer-ons, pull-offs and staccato • Guitar theory for learning how to read guitar music for beginners • How to tune a guitar with an electronic tuner • Guitar tips and guitar tricks that every player should know when learning guitar • Shortcuts for how to learn guitar fast by getting the most from guitar practice sessions Contains everything you need to know to learn to play the guitar today. Features include: • Progressive step-by-step easy beginners guitar lessons written by a professional guitar teacher • Full color photos and diagrams • Easy-to-read guitar music for beginners and easy guitar chords for beginners • Guitar chord chart containing chord diagrams for all important guitar chords • 70 guitar exercises geared towards learning music theory, guitar solos and popular easy guitar songs for beginners in guitar folk and traditional guitar styles Beginner guitar lessons have never been this easy for anyone who wants to learn how to play the guitar, fast. LearnToPlayMusic.com's guitar theory lessons for beginners are used by students and guitar teachers worldwide to learn how to play guitar. For over 30 years, our team of professional authors, composers and musicians have crafted guitar lesson books that are a cut above the rest. We offer a huge selection of music instruction books that cover many different instruments and styles in print, eBook and app formats. Awarded the 'Quality Excellence Design' (QED) seal of approval for eBook innovation, LearnToPlayMusic.com continues to set the standard for quality music education resources.

Bass Guitar For Dummies Book Online Video Audio Instruction

Author : Patrick Pfeiffer
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Updated with the latest bass guitar technology, accessories, and more The bass is the heart of music. So leave center stage to the other musicians—you have more important work to do. You can find everything you need to dominate bass in Bass Guitar For Dummies, 3rd Edition. You'll get expert advice on the basics, like deciding what kind of bass to buy and which accessories are necessary and which are just nice to have. Plus, you'll get step-by-step instructions for getting started, from how to hold and position your bass to reading notation and understanding chords, scales, and octaves to playing solos and fills. Access to audio tracks and instructional videos on Dummies.com New musical exercises as well as updates to charts, illustrations, photos, and resources Whether you're a beginner picking up a bass for the first time or an experienced player looking to improve your skills, Bass Guitar For Dummies is an easy-to-follow reference that gives you just enough music theory to get you going on your way fast!

The Complete Idiot s Guide to Music Theory

Author : Michael Miller
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Explains the technical fundamentals of musical terminology, concepts, and principles; offers musical examples of scales, chords, intervals, and rhythms; and provides aural exercises for ear training and transcription skills.

Barron s AP Music Theory

Author : Nancy Scoggin
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In-depth preparation for the AP Music Theory exam features: Two full-length practice tests (including aural and non-aural sections and free-response) All questions answered and explained Helpful strategies for test-taking success, including all seven free-response questions In-depth review chapters covering course content, including music fundamentals, harmonic organization, harmonic progression, melodic composition and dictation, harmonic dictation, visual score analysis, and much more The downloadable audio provides aural skill development prompts for both practice tests' aural sections, as well as material that complements exercises and examples in the subject review chapters.

Music in Theory and Practice

Author : Bruce Benward
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This text gives music majors and minors a solid foundation in the theory of music. It strengthens their musical intuition, builds technical skills, and helps them gain interpretive insights. The goal of the text is to instruct readers on the practical application of knowledge. The analytical techniques presented are carefully designed to be clear, uncomplicated, and readily applicable to any repertoire. The two-volume format ensures exhaustive coverage and maximum support for students and faculty alike. Volume I serves as a general introduction to music theory while volume II offers a survey of the theoretical underpinnings of musical styles and forms from Gregorian Chant through the present day. The supplemental instructor's materials provide clear-cut solutions to assignment materials. Music in Theory and Practice is a well-rounded textbook that integrates the various components of musical structure and makes them accessible to students at the undergraduate level [Publisher description].

Guitar Theory For Dummies

Author : Desi Serna
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Serious about jamming, understanding, and creating guitar-driven music? Easy. With an approachable and engaging style, Guitar Theory For Dummies goes beyond guitar basics, presenting the guidance intermediate to advanced players need to improve their improvisational and compositional skills. Plus, with access to audio tracks and video instruction online you can master the concepts and techniques covered in the book. Key content coverage includes: pentatonic and major scale patterns; the CAGED chord system, chord progressions, and playing by numbers; roots, keys, and applying scales, plus modes and modal scales; intervals and chord extensions; popular song references and theory applications that help you understand how to play popular music and contemporary guitar styles, and create music of your own. This title also features companion audio tracks and video content hosted online at Dummies.com The expert instruction and easy-to-digest information provides comprehensive guidance on how to apply music theory concepts to fretted instruments If you already have a handle on the basics and want to know more about the building blocks and theory behind guitar music, Guitar Theory For Dummies has you covered.

Music Theory 3E

Author : Michael Miller
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Many people find music theory a tough subject-- but it doesn't have to be! The best-selling Idiot's Guides: Music Theory, Third Edition, is a concise and clear guide that teaches any budding musician (and even more experienced ones) how to read musical notation by navigating the basics of reading and composing music. This book covers: - The basics of tones, including pitches, clefs, scales, intervals, and major and minor keys. - The building blocks of rhythm, including note values, basic notation, time signatures, and tempo, dynamics, and navigation. - How tunes are created, starting with melodies, chords, chord progressions, and phrases and forms. - The basics of accompaniment, including transcribing, accompanying melodies, and transposing to other keys. - Composing and arranging, including coverage of musical genres and forms, how to compose your own music, arranging for voices and instruments, working with lead sheets and scores, and performing your music. - Helpful reference appendixes, including a glossary, chord charts, and instrument ranges. - Exercises at the end of each chapter, and an answer key appendix. - All-new coverage of genres, composing, and arranging. - Expanded online ear-training and transcribing exercise content.

The Theory and Creation of Music

Author : Ryan Taylor
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-Learn how to compose your own music. -Explore the art of improvisation. -Develop a clear understanding of music theory. -Uncover the deep principles and inner workings of musical expression. -Analyze the great masterpieces with new insight. -Build a fundamental knowledge base in acoustics, arranging, history, music technology and more!

How to Crack Music Theory

Author : James Sleigh
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Clear. Straightforward. Practical. Interactive.If you want to get to grips with music theory, this is the book for you!Written in plain English and using a minimum of jargon, it's supplemented by audio material, additional worksheets and tests, all available free at www.hybridpublications.comThere you'll find lots of examples of how the theory sounds in practice, plus many online bonuses, all clearly flagged on the relevant page in the book.Regular worksheets at the chapter ends make sure you have understood the key points before moving on.Music theory is not an abstract exercise – studying it will make you a better musician and help you to increase your appreciation and understanding of music. This book and its related website are dedicated to teaching you how!This book takes you up to the level required for Grade 5 theory.

Mastering the Classical Guitar Book 1A

Author : Wissam Abboud
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Mastering the Classical Guitar, Book 1A is the first in a progressive series using a wide variety of musical repertoire and educational material to provide a solid technical foundation for classical guitar students, exposing the full range of the instrument’s potential and repertoire. Book 1A is most appropriate for students with no prior knowledge of the guitar or music theory, or for those who simply want a fresh start with the classic guitar. It is written in three broad sections: Progressive Studies and Pieces, Technical Exercises and Rhythmic Reading. Tips on how to integrate the three sections are provided throughout the book. Every chapter begins with exercises written specifically to improve a certain aspect of one’s playing, followed by various examples from the classical music repertoire and traditional songs from various cultures. While every aspect of classical guitar technique is clearly described and illustrated, students using this book would still benefit from the advice and constructive feedback of a competent teacher. Consequently, teachers will find opportunities to assert their individual teaching perspectives within this method, making it a perfect road map for the instructor and student’s musical journey. Written in standard notation only, Mastering the Classical Guitar, Book 1A comes with extensive online audio examples. Fingering is kept to a minimum to encourage effective sight reading, allowing teachers and students to annotate their own ideas about digitation and contribute to their own learning process. Includes access to online audio.