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Guitar Reading Workbook: A Basic Course in Music Notation for Players of All Levels (Anglais) Broché – 28 décembre 2007


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46 internautes sur 47 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
helps guitarists to be true professionals....... 11 décembre 2008
Par Rick Fortenberry - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
The ability to write and read music notation is essential for any "serious" musician, particularly the guitarist. Virtually every instrument other than guitar requires fluency in the language of music, to include music reading and the concepts of rhythm, intervals and other facets of music theory. Acquiring this fluency can be a daunting task for guitarists because, unlike other instruments, one can 'get by' for a long time playing the guitar using just a few chord forms, one or two scales and little or no formal training.

However, entering music school or executing well in a studio environment without the ability to sight-read music is virtually impossible. Most music colleges -- like it or not -- require sight-reading ability, along with knowledge of music theory, as prerequisites to the entrance audition. So where does a guitarist who wants to get "serious" go for these important skills?

Barrett's material, studied in conjunction with a competent teacher, will help prepare a guitarist to enter music college or become a music reader skilled enough to function in a professional/studio setting, goals well worth pursuing for the professional guitarist. These clear, concise, well-presented and often humorous(!) workbooks fill a big gap in a guitarist's essential musical education and I recommend --and use--Barrett's workbooks on a daily basis in my teaching practice. They work well for my students and have more than prepared a number of them.
22 internautes sur 22 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Great tool for all! 21 avril 2008
Par Homero Campos - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
The guitar reading workbook is a great tool for any guitar player interested in learning to read and notate music. The book starts from the very beginning with the basics and progresses through to advanced topics. I like the fact that it includes various excersises in both music notation and reading. I think the book is great and very well organized, I plan on using it for all of my students and guitar classes.
The guitar reading workbook will be a great teaching tool for any guitar instructor as well as a great learning tool for students.
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Much Needed Workbook for Guitarists 7 juillet 2009
Par MBM - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
As a young musician playing trumpet, I learned to read,but not to write it down. In fact all through band in school we only read music. We did not study theory,and we did not write music. This book will teach the guitarist both. It is paced well,and can benefit any guitarist. We will be using this book at our school (Mel Booker Music) and we are excited about it. There has been a need for this for a long time. Get this book.
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Awesome 5 mai 2009
Par Paul Cuthbert - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
First, let me say that Barrett Tagliarino is a very gifted teacher. Anyone who has studied using one of his other workbooks knows what I am talking about. My musicianship has improved noticeably as I progress through his Guitar Fretboard Workbook. I was naturally drawn to Barrett's Guitar Reading Workbook when I decided to learn to read. In it, small bites of material are presented in a very clear manner. Barrett's presentation of this material is what sets him apart. I practice the material until I know it by heart and then move on. One chapter builds upon another in a logical sequence that eventually leads to radically improved musicianship. If you truly want to learn to read, buy Guitar Reading Workbook. You won't be disappointed.
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Guitar Reading (and beyond) Workbook 18 août 2010
Par M. Kabatt - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Since April 22, 2009, I have been reading and working on Barrett Tagliarino's Guitar Reading Workbook. In that time, I have found that Barrett's Guitar Reading Workbook is a vital resource for this two year beginner guitarist. With this book, I have learned that the musical staff can be learned with all of its twists and turns. From basic notations like the quarter-note vocabulary, to repeat signs and scalar reading, the Guitar Reading Workbook has been helpful to me in learning not only the notes on the staff, but also to be able to apply them to the fretboard. Another item that this book has been helpful to me is the ability to practice staying in time. Like all the other chapters in this book, Barrett goes in to detail on how to count the notes and rests and to use the metronome to reinforce this counting process. But what I like about this book and all of his other books, is that he explains in detail but with a humorous approach, then makes you write the lesson out and then practice the lesson. This explain-write-practice approach has been helpful to reinforce all that Barrett Tagliarino's Guitar Reading Workbook has to teach.

You may also want to check out all of Barrett Tagliarino's work books:
Guitar Fretboard Workbook
Chord Tone Soloing: A Guitarist's Guide to Melodic Improvising in Any Style (Musicians Institute: Private Lessons)
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