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The Musicians Guide to Reading and Writing Music

The Musicians Guide to Reading and Writing Music
Miller Freeman Books

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SKU AM1515
Author Dave Stewart
Format Book
Duration 112 pages
Notation Standard Notation
Dimensions 155mm x 235mm
Publisher Miller Freeman Books
Departments Guitar History incl. Artists & Composers
 
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This book speaks to the brand new musician, the seasoned player who has never bothered to read music and the pro who could use some problem solving methods. Generously illustrated with examples, this soft cover book is clear and practical throughout.

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