Theory for Performers
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Theory for Performers is designed to teach anyone how to read and understand music. Volume I covers the staff, basic notes and rests, reading notes on the treble and bass clef, counting rhythms, dynamics, articulation, tempo, and different ways to navigate the musical score. This book is completely interactive with hundreds of examples and illustrations, video and audio, and practice exercises with instant feedback. This text can be used in a performance-based music class or as the primary text in an introduction to music theory class. This book is a perfect starting point for anyone who wants to learn how to read and understand music. For those of you with some knowledge, this book will help to clarify key ideas and develop a deeper understanding of music theory.
The ultimate guide for music performers!
Dr. Anthony Goss gives the best tool for anyone interested in music in his "Theory for Performers" textbook. The videos, examples, and interactions give the reader an experience like no other! Soon, this book will be on every iPad in every music classroom across the country. An investment that will absolutely pay off! I would consider this book to anyone who is a beginner, and even those who have an understanding in the basics already. Anthony Goss has delivered a masterpiece.