How to Read Music: In 1 Day - The Only 7 Exercises You Need to Learn Sheet Music Theory and Reading Musical Notation Today
Seven Easy Steps Towards Achieving Your Dream to Learn How to Read Music
Do you want to learn how to read music in 1 day?
Clefs, chords, tempo, staves, pitch, notes… Are these confusing words the reason you find learning music to be so difficult?
If so, “How to Read Music: In 1 Day - The Only 7 Exercises You Need to Learn Sheet Music Theory and Reading Musical Notation Today” by Preston Hoffman is THE book for you!
It will give you an introduction to the basics of reading music, explain all the confusing musical terms and give you a basic understanding of the fundamentals of music theory and notation and the elements of reading sheet music.
It will also give you simple, step-by-step exercises that will help you learn how to read sheet music in 1 day.
Learning how to read sheet music can be a bit of a challenging task, in particular for people who have not attended any prior music lessons. What’s the difference between the G-Clef and F-Clef? How do harmony and rhythm affect how a piece of music sounds? All this can be confusing for a beginner. Like with learning most other skills, it is important to realize that there is no magic bullet for learning how to read music. However, with practice, anyone can learn how to read music, especially when it is broken down into SMALL, SIMPLE STEPS .
What makes this book unique?
What separates this book from all the others out there is the approach to teaching. A lot of the books you will stumble upon simply throw information at you, leaving you confused and stuck.
We believe that books of this nature should be easy to grasp and written in jargon-free English you can understand, making you feel confident and allowing you to grasp each topic with ease.
To help you achieve this, the guide has been crafted in a step-by-step manner which we feel is the best way for you to learn a new subject, one step at a time. It also includes various images to ensure everything is clear to you, as well as having exercises where you can proudly practice your newly attained skills.
You will learn the following:
Fundamentals of music theory
Common practice part writing
Fundamentals of music notation
The evolution of staff notation
Elements of reading sheet music
Types of sheet music
Seven step-by-step exercises to help you learn how to read sheet music
And so much more!
You have made an excellent decision by choosing to learn how to read music, so don’t delay any longer. Take this opportunity and purchase your copy today.