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Music Reading for Guitar [Format Kindle]

David Oakes
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(Musicians Institute Press). Jean Marc Belkadi gives you over 30 great lines using a variety of techniques and melodic ideas. Covers: alternate, sweep, and skip picking; major scale, chromaticism, arpeggios, superimposing triads; legato, wide intervals, alterations; and much more. Includes standard notation and tablature. The complete method for music reading, complete with over 450 songs and examples. Covers these topics: notes, rhythms, keys, positions, dynamics, syncopation, chord charts, duets, scale forms, phrasing, odd time, and more!

Book Description

Starting at the elementary level and progressing to advanced techniques, this comprehensive method is like a complete two-year guitar course in book form. It includes over 450 songs and examples, and covers: notes, rhythms, keys, positions, dynamics, syncopation, chord charts, duets, scale forms, phrasing, odd time, and much more. Designed from an MI core curriculum program.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 17009 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 160 pages
  • Editeur : Musicians Institute Press (1 mars 1998)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B00FJ6E6O6
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent 30 juillet 2012
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Après avoir essayé quelques autres méthodes pour la lecture à vue pour la guitare, je pense que celle-ci est la meilleure. Les exercices sont progressifs, on lit d'abord dans la position 5, puis en open position, etc. en s'attardant suffisamment sur les différentes positions, avec différentes armures à la clé. Bien sûr il n'y a pas de miracle et ce n'est pas en un mois que vous saurez lire, ceci prend du temps et il faut pratiquer régulièrement, mais j'ai fait de bons progrès en travaillant cette méthode.

Un bémol cependant : ce livre ne traite pas de la lecture des accords, or c'est un sujet important. Peut-être qu'implicitement on pense qu'en sachant lire en single-notes la lecture en accord en découle ? Je n'ai pas assez d'expérience pour juger mais ça ne me semble pas être le cas.

Quelques conseils du type telle position est plutôt adaptée à tel type armure (à dièse ou à bémol), que je n'avais vu nul part ailleurs.

Bonne musique
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Overall very good 2 avril 2006
Par linguistic mystic - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I agree with other reviewers that this book has excellent examples and pacing. It is very good in terms of starting you off slowly and eventually working up to very complex rhythmic lines. One thing that should be pointed out to those interested in this book is that the reading examples cover single-note melody lines only. There is no information on triads or extended chords, so if you want to learn to sight read chords for classical or jazz guitar you will probably need to invest in some additional materials.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 I can finally read. 17 juillet 1999
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book is an incredible tool for the guitarist that can play but not read. There are tons of exercises and explanations that are all really helpful, and then before you know it, you can competently sightread. I love this book. It rocks. I'd tried tons of "learn to read" books but they're all written for other instruments, or they're written for people that haven't played the instrument before, which bites for people who can play but can't read. Buy it if you can't read music but have played guitar for a while (14 years in my case). Keep on rockin'.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Best I've seen 6 mars 2006
Par M. Sindel - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I've been teaching guitar since shortly after I recieved my BA in classical guitar performance in 2001, and I've used a few different methods. This one is great for anyone wanting to learn to read music on guitar. It starts off with basic rhythms, which too many methods overlook in order to hurry off to playing 150 year old folk songs that no one cares about anymore. It also starts off teaching you notes in the 5th position (which is more useful and better intonated than open position). Imcludes music theory and builds progressively from lesson to lesson, reviewing things you have just learned and putting them in the context of popular classical songs. For those of you who want modern popular songs written in a method book, keep in mind that hit songs get outdated very quickly and with classical songs, authors don't have to pay royalties to use them (keeping the books cheaper for you).

The two points where it could use improvement are: 1. An accompanying cd would make the rhythms easier to understand for beginners 2. chords written out in notes. It does do a good job of introducing chords in the context of lead sheets which are largely ignored by the likes of Hal Leonard, Mel Bay, Alfred, et. al.

I recommend it with "The songwriters workshop:Harmony" book (for theory info), [...] for scales and "contemporary chord khancepts" for more advanced chords.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 fairly complete, good book. 26 mars 2010
Par Vic - Publié sur Amazon.com
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i'll first say that i'm 33 and am an experienced guitarist - i'm also a good chord chart reader and alright rhythm chart reader. i bought three books all at the same time to help me with my sheet music reading insecurities: Guitar Fretboard Workbook by Barrett Tagliarino, Guitar Reading Workbook by Barrett Tagliarino and this one. And actually I lucked out! Each of them progressively lead you into the next (sort of). The Guitar Fretboard Workbook was good for identifying note names on the fretboard, then the Guitar Reading Workbook was more of a beginner's guide to the world of reading music (for the guitarist), lastly this one give's you the more in-depth exercises without going overboard too fast. I know some music theory/reading books start off at a slow pace in the first 5 pages then slam with you with things above and beyond what you even want to learn. I would recommend this book as it starts off easy for beginners and moves slowly forward with good exercises and "real" musical excerpts/arrangements to play.

For guitar I see reading music split into two different disciplines: Knowing to read the notes on the staff, and knowing where the notes are on the strings of the guitar. My point is, on say the piano, there's only one key on the keyboard that'll play the note you're looking at on the sheet music, while on the guitar you could possibly have 4 different options to play the same note (of course you'd have to take into consideration the technical feasibility of playing the note). So, as someone who's *very* proficient playing guitar (20 years in fact), I'd recommend even to get a supplementary book like the Guitar Fretboard Workbook to help you with being able to identify where the notes are on the strings, and this book here to help you put the two disciplines together.

Hope this helps!
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Has ups and downs 22 février 2007
Par Chord Tones - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
This book covers rhythms and counting in a very detailed way. Very steady progress. Starts with the 5th position, which is a nice surprise. It talks about song forms, and how to handle weird notations like "coda" as well. It has nice mostly classical tunes to learn (like Pachabel's Cannon).

The things that lack are enough attention to key signatures, and any treatment of chords. This book has exercises in different keys but it jumps all over the place, without ample attention given to each key. And, every single exercise is a single note exercise.

If you are looking for a more serious study on reading and guitar (pick style with chords), I suggest Leavitt's modern method. If you are OK with single notes, and do not have the time to go thru Leavitt, then I definitely suggest this book.
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