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Basic Music Theory: How to Read, Write, and Understand Written Music (4th ed.) (English Edition) par [Harnum, Jonathan]
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Présentation de l'éditeur

Basic Music Theory takes you through the sometimes confusing world of written music with a clear, concise style that is at times funny and always friendly. The book is written by an experienced teacher using methods refined over more than ten years in his private teaching studio and in schools. Lessons are short, well-paced and enjoyable. Whether you're a beginner of any age, whether you're an experienced player who wants to bone up on your theory, or whether you teach music and need a fun way to do it, you'll find this book valuable and will refer to it again and again.

You will discover how easy it is to:

* Learn quickly and efficiently with easy lessons designed by a professional teacher.
* Learn the symbols used in written music.
* Understand the terms musicians use.
* Learn the piano keyboard and the guitar fretboard.
* Use memory devices to learn terms and symbols.
* Use the included study guides to remember it all.
* Apply what you have learned with short, easy Practical Use sections at the end of each Chapter.
* Tune in to radio shows, television shows and the Internet to find musicians demonstrating great music.

With Interludes On:

* How to practice. Some topics: equipment, how to improve, ear training, listening, private teachers.
* Conducting. What does all that arm-waving mean? How does it help? Find the answers and learn how!
* Learn Some Italian. Many musical terms are in Italian. Learn them in this section.
* Ultra-brief history of music notation.

Special Features:

* Piano Keyboard w/ Note Names
* Guitar Fingerboard w/ Note Names
* Practice Aids
* Staff Paper
* Specially Designed Reviews
* Practical Use Exercises
* Extensively Cross-Referenced
* Musical Terms Dictionary
* Book Index
* If you are a teacher, you might be interested in the FREE Teacher's Supplement. It contains quizzes and keys, each with four different versions to curb cheating.

Biographie de l'auteur

Jonathan Harnum is a multi-instrumentalist with over 30 years of experience practicing, performing, and teaching music. Harnum earned a PhD in music education from Northwestern University, and is the author of The Practice of Practice; All About Trumpet; Basic Jazz Theory; and Sound the Trumpet: How to Blow Your Own Horn.

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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 352 pages
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  • Editeur : Sol Ut Press; Édition : 4th (1 janvier 2005)
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  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B001KW08ZY
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HASH(0x8ebca4c8) étoiles sur 5 Easy and Completely Understandable! 13 février 2002
Par Ruben Tamayo - Publié sur
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Basic Music Theory by Jonathan Harnum, is an excellent book for people of all levels. Whether you are a beginner, or learned musician, this book is a very comprehensive source of material, that is both accessible,easy to read & understand, and very enjoyable. I have played various instruments over 24 years.And because of Harnum's matter of fact, conversational tone, this book has lent more to my understanding of basic music theory than all my private insturctors combined.
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HASH(0x8ebca714) étoiles sur 5 The Ultimate Do it Yourself for Music Theory 9 janvier 2002
Par Robin Giebelhausen - Publié sur
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Learning music theory on your own is not something to be tried by the faint of heart, simply because it seems like that for every rule there are fifty million execptions. Sorta like the English language. hmmmm... Anywho, Jonathan Harnum has taken an overly complicated subject matter and made it learable for anyone. And I do mean anyone!! As he explains early in the book, previous music theory books really lack in completely explaining WHY things are the way they are. Harnum de-cryptifies all that is involved with music theory for the non-musician. But this book is not just for the non-musician! I have been a student of music for over 13 years and a teacher for 3 and I found myself finding new and interesting (and humorous) facts about music theory. This book can teach anyone music theory and keep a smile on their face the entire time.
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HASH(0x8ebca954) étoiles sur 5 For anyone of any background wanting to become proficient 11 septembre 2001
Par Midwest Book Review - Publié sur
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In Basic Music Theory: How To Read, Write, And Understand Written Music, Jonathan Harnum draws upon more than ten years of experience and expertise as a music teacher to present the non-specialist general reader with a definitive and accessible introduction to music theory. At the end of each short chapter a review has been placed to insure that the reader has understood and assimilated the informative provided. Also provided at the conclusion of each chapter is a "practical use" exercise. At the the end of each major section or "Part" is a comprehensive review (complete with cross-referencing to the page number on which the information first appears). After every few chapters and covering other topics are "interludes" ranging from ultra-brief history of musical notation, how to practice, conducting, and a lesson in Italian musical terms. Basic Music Theory is an ideal and highly recommended text for anyone of any background wanting to become proficient in the reading, composing, and performance of written and notated music.
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HASH(0x8ebcacb4) étoiles sur 5 This is Very Basic Stuff 1 juin 2004
Par Deidre Calarco - Publié sur
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As someone who studied an instrument through high school but had no formal training in music theory, this book didn't tell me much that I didn't already know. It's for people with no performance OR theory background. It doesn't cover anything that you'd expect to learn in a college level class. But, it would be a great for someone who's never learned an instrument or for a kid at the elementary or middle school level. It's very clearly written and easy to understand.
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HASH(0x8ebcaed0) étoiles sur 5 Music theory well-explained 14 avril 2010
Par Christopher Ward - Publié sur
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Basic Music Theory by Jonathan Harnum explains the subject in a manner that is light-hearted and easy to follow. For someone in their late forties (like me) who hasn't had formal music training since the age of thirteen, nor picked up a musical instrument until now, it's been extremely useful. To the extent that the dots, p's and d's on a musical score actually have meaning. There is a free pdf version of this book online (1st edition, which you can't print) but, honestly, it's well worth paying to get the hard copy. I can now say that I'm able to read music and understand some of the more-complex musical arrangements. I've been playing the saxophone for about 18 months now and the book has helped to bring me from a level of not being able to read music up to one of reasonable competence at sight reading.

The book is set out in seven parts, each part progressing the readers knowledge and ability in a logical manner. Naturally, parts 5, 6, and 7 require more of the reader than the earlier chapters, but I haven't come across anything that better explains the theory behind intervals and chords. It's an American book with American notation, so Harnum talks in terms of whole notes and fractions of notes, not crotchets and quavers, but that's fine with me.

I have two pieces of advice... Buy the book and, don't skip any section, test, or review until you're absolutely certain you understand the theory. Otherwise you'll either be a less competent musician, or you'll end up re-reading sections (like I did!).
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