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Do you want BETTER Hip-Hop? Rock? Better EDM? Want to write Seriously GOOD Pop Songs? MUSIC THEORY FOR BEGINNERS ! Book Available Oct 2015

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Music Theory For Beginners, October 20, 2015



Learning to read and write music is very similar to learning a new language. Music theory is the study of how music is written and the fundamental elements of music. Music Theory For Beginners was developed for anyone interested in learning to read and write music, a task that can be quite daunting for novices. This text, however, will allay any fears and set you on the path to learning what all those dots, lines, and symbols actually mean. It provides the necessary scholarly muscle to entice and inform the reader, yet it does not require any prior knowledge of music or force the reader to wade through hundreds of pages of jargon and details. Whether your goal is to gain a cursory understanding of music, become fluent in reading music again, or start composing your own music, this text will provide everything you need for a solid foundation in music theory. Anyone can pick up this book and instantly start learning about—and understanding—music theory.


“This is the perfect book for anyone looking for a concise and extremely well-written, step-by-step introduction to music theory. The figures and examples complement the scholarly yet easily comprehensible writing style, making the book an ideal self-guide for anyone interested in learning the fundamentals of music theory.”
Michael Schwartzkopf, Professor Emeritus of Choral Conducting and Music Education, Jacobs School of Music, Indiana University

“What’s great about this book is that it serves beginners and musicians alike. Anyone interested in learning the basics—progressing from foundational elements and then building on them—will enjoy the overall approach, the clear writing style, and the engaging, informative graphics. I would recommend it for self-taught musicians and for the classroom setting.”
A. Barron Breland, Associate Professor and Music Coordinator, Creighton University


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