How To Read Music - 7 Easy Steps to Read Music For Beginners & 101 Musical Terms Dictionary with 4 Musical Charts. Exercises & Tests will help you advance in your music sight reading skill. Have you ever wanted to quickly learn how to read music? Today you will begin to see How Easily it is to Read Music. You need to know where the focus is! I have also included some exercises and tests for you to test yourself and practice so that you can see how easy it is to read music effortlessly. It is not difficult at all. You need to know where the focus is. My steps and charts will help you to grow in this area of reading music very quickly, faster than you think! This book is a quick guide and resource to help you read all types of music for guitar and piano players. Table of Contents: Chapter I How To Read Music Step 1. Start with Musical Staff Step 2. Read Treble Clef Notes Step 3. Fast Trick Method to Identify Notes Step 4. Recognize White Keys & Black Keys Step 5. Read Time Signature Step 6. Read Rhythms and Note Durations Step 7. Read the Rests Chapter II Music Note Duration Chart Chapter III Music Score Terms Illustrated Chapter IV Music Note Terms Chapter V Music Dynamics Chart Chapter VI 101 Musical Terms Enjoy! Do the Exercises and Tests! You will love them. My students love this course! It has become one of my best sellers book.
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