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Berklee Press Music Theory Book 1 (Book/CD)
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Learn music theory based on over 40 years of music theory instruction at Berklee College of Music. Whether you already play an instrument, or are loo...Click To Read More About This Product
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Learn music theory based on over 40 years of music theory instruction at Berklee College of Music. Whether you already play an instrument, or are looking to expand the depth of your musical knowledge, understanding the fundamental concepts of music theory is essential for advancing your performance skills and writing music. This book features rigorous, hands-on, "ears-on" practice exercises that help you explore the inner workings of music, presenting notes, scales, and rhythms as they are heard in pop, jazz, and blues. You will learn and build upon the basic concepts of music theory with written exercises, listening examples, and ear-training exercises. The included CD will help reinforce lessons as you begin to build a solid musical foundation. 88 pages.
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First of all let me get it out that I am a Guitarist. This book directly caters to the Piano. In fact it includes a pull out Piano "board." Thus everything included in this Theory book pertains and is used in context to the Piano. With that in mind this book feels like it should be a companion to a class or DVD, not a stand alone product. The examples, while accurate, are vague and just get to the point and throw you into exercises meant to reinforce what was in the tiny lessons. If you are looking for anything with meat, do yourself a favor and buy Music Theory for Dummies -- It at least goes into depth and explains things.