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Paperback Songs: Music Theory

Paperback Songs: Music Theory
Hal Leonard

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SKU AM4566
Author Various
Format Book
Duration 140 pages
Notation Standard Notation
Dimensions 110mm x 170mm
Publisher Hal Leonard
Departments General Guitar
 
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Get the rock-solid fundamentals of rhythms, pitch, and harmony with this easy to use book.

Learn the universal language used by all musicians, regardless of instrument. Includes concise, detailed explanations, illustrations, and written exercises.

* Construct scales, cords and intervals.

* Identify major and minor key centers and common chord progressions.

* Accurately play various rhythm feels and figures.

* Learn the basic principles of form and compositional analysis.

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