Music Reading Pdf

How to Read Music: Reading Music Made Simple by Terry Burrows  

Posted by tanas.olesya at Oct. 23, 2014
How to Read Music: Reading Music Made Simple by Terry Burrows

How to Read Music: Reading Music Made Simple by Terry Burrows
St. Martin's Griffin; 1st edition | October 22, 1999 | English | ISBN: 0312241593 | 128 pages | PDF | 82 MB

One of Europe's biggest selling music authors offers an oversize, boldly designed tutorial.

How To Read Music: Reading Music Made Simple [Complete Audio-Visual Course]  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Trixter at Feb. 2, 2006

Terry Burrows, “How To Read Music: Reading Music Made Simple”
127 Pages | Audio CD: 10 tracks (70 min.)


How To Read Music is a self-contained audio-visual tutor. Throughout the course of the ten lessons, you will learn the basics of sight reading as well as the general principles of music theory. Lessons are arranged so that the new ideas of increasing complexity are systematically introduced. These are reinforced by frequent reading and listening exercises. By the time you complete the course you should find that you are equipped with enough knowlegde to work your way through some of the most demanding pieces of music.

How to Read Music: Reading Music Made Simple + CD  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Sauri at Oct. 10, 2005
How to Read Music: Reading Music Made Simple (+ CD)
by Terry Burrows


PDF | 128 pages | ISBN: 0-312-24159-3 | 1999

Alfred's Essentials of Music Theory, Complete  

Posted by free4magazines at Aug. 27, 2015
Alfred's Essentials of Music Theory, Complete

Alfred's Essentials of Music Theory, Complete
Language: English | PDF | ISBN-10: 0882848976 | 1999 | 120 pages | 19 MB

Alfred's Essentials of Music Theory is designed for students of any age, whether listeners or performers, who want to have a better understanding of the language of music. In this all-in-one theory course, you will learn the essentials of music through concise lessons, practice your music reading and writing skills in the exercises, improve your listening skills with the ear-training CDs (available separately or as a Book & CD combo), and test your knowledge with a review that completes each unit.
Revisiting Music Theory: A Guide to the Practice (repost)

Alfred Blatter "Revisiting Music Theory: A Guide to the Practice"
English | 2007-04-25 | ISBN: 0415974402 | 352 pages | PDF | 23,8 MB

Revisiting Music Theory teaches the basics of music theory plus the vocabulary to use in harmonic and formal analysis. The book begins with no assumption of music reading skills, and progresses to include all the basic materials of music from J. S. Bach to John Cage. Based on Blatter’s own three decades of teaching freshmen and sophomore music theory at Drexel University, this book is aimed at a one or two year introductory course in music theory, can serve for individual study, or as a review for graduate students returning to school. Drawing examples from well-known classical works, as well as folk and popular music, the book shows how theory is applied to practice. Blatter’s approach is clear, methodical, and, above all, practical.

Piano-Guided Sight Reading  

Posted by vijaybbvv at March 4, 2011
Piano-Guided Sight Reading

Piano-Guided Sight Reading
Domville -Fife Press | November 4, 2008 | ISBN-10: 1443726842 | 124 pages | PDF | 5.40 mb

Piano GUIDED Sight Reading- A New Approach to Piano Study by LEONHARD DEUTSCH. Table of Contents: Foreword xi The Story of the Sight-Reading Method 3 The Problems of Sight-Reading 13 What is the correct way to practice sight-reading 14 How is the ability to practice sight-reading in this - man-ner developed 15 What is the effect of sight-reading exercises 17 The Basis of Pianistic Skill 19 1. Musical Ear and Manual Dexterity 19 What is musical ear 20 How is musical ear developed 22 What is manual dexterity 25 How does manual skill develop 26 2. Notes and Keys 27 Why is the alphabetical method, applied to music reading, ineffective 29 How to break away from piecemeal reading 31 3. Time and Rhythm 32 Why are the usual expedients ineffective 32 How does a student learn to keep time 33 4. Fingering 34 Unnecessary finger marks 36 Complicated fingering 36 5. Velocity 38 How does repetition work 39 How does the dissecting method work 41 How is velocity developed.
ENGLISH COURSE • Reading Sketch • Starter 2 • Teacher's Guide • SB Keys • Flashcards • Lyrics • Tests (2015)

English Course • Reading Sketch • Starter 2
Teacher's Guide • SB Keys • Lyrics • Flashcards • Tests
Build and Grow | 2015 | English | PDFs | 101.93 MB

Reading Sketch Starter is a three-level reading series designed for young readers. This series helps students with a basic understanding of phonics to easily read simple passages. Reading Sketch Starter's systematically designed curriculum develops students reading abilities through the use of fundamental vocabulary and sentence patterns. In addition, the series decodable words and high frequency words help students become more confident readers. With Reading Sketch Starter, students will develop their reading comprehension skills, enhance their reading fluency, and most importantly learn to enjoy reading.
Future Prospects for Music Education: Corroborating Informal Learning Pedagogy (repost)

Future Prospects for Music Education: Corroborating Informal Learning Pedagogy by Sidsel Karlsen and Lauri Vakeva
English | 2012 | ISBN: 1443836583 | 230 pages | PDF | 1,3 MB

Marcel Proust and the Strategy of Reading  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by DZ123 at Dec. 7, 2016
Marcel Proust and the Strategy of Reading

Walter Kasell, "Marcel Proust and the Strategy of Reading"
English | 1980 | ISBN: 9027217149 | PDF | pages: 134 | 13.0 mb

Kevin Mallon - Purcell: Theatre Music Vol. 2 (2016)  Music

Posted by Pisulik at Dec. 7, 2016
Kevin Mallon - Purcell: Theatre Music Vol. 2 (2016)

Kevin Mallon - Purcell: Theatre Music Vol. 2 (2016)
Classical | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 01:02:41 | 146 MB
Label: Naxos | Release Year: 2016

Despite his immersion in the composition of sacred music, Purcell retained a lifelong interest in the theatre- an aspect of his ouvre that has been neglected. Among the authors of the five works on this recording were two of the most celebrated of the age- John Dryden and William Congreve- and for their 'semi-operas' Purcell produced incidental music and songs of vitality, wit, and imaginative text-setting that offer an intriguing look at the world of Restoration drama.