Music Notation: Theory and Technique for Music Notation (Berklee Guide) (English Edition) Kindle电子书
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I even found it fun to understand why the notes look like they are2017年10月28日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
Honestly, coming from a classical music this book gives you so much information about the most basic thing in music with which all musicians work - notation! I even found it fun to understand why the notes look like they are, what is the meaning behind every symbol and how to notate in the RIGHT way. Not many do so, but if you write music, ANY kind of music I really recommend the book. It's not a theory book, this book is teaching how to write notes and everything on the staff the right way.
Music Notation2013年12月11日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
I don't really care about the author's personality, as stated by another reviewer. What I care about is the quality of the content of the book, and this book is exactly what I needed! As a music major I am constantly writing compositions and was not happy with how unprofessional and sloppy they looked. I believe this book is going to be a big help in correcting some of my writing flaws. It has basic, easy to understand examples, with exercises at the end of each chapter (I photocopy them so I don't have to write in the book). Learning to correctly write a manuscript is one of the most valuable skills a musician learns. This book will help you do it correctly.
A treasure trove!2019年1月1日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
Love this book! This is an excellent reference & resource for those things you know you know but occasionally need to look up. It is well organized in a logical way.
Very nice book about music notation2017年9月2日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
In this day and age, I didn't expect a book about music notation to teach me how to draw the symbols. I highly doubt that I will ever need the skill to draw notation symbols, but it's nice to have in case I'm out and about and get a wild hair and my battery dies on my tablet. I think some of the practice exercises are overkill, like asking you to draw a simple percussion clef 30 times. I'm exaggerating of course, but not by much. In all fairness this book is rather old, relatively speaking, so I don't believe when this book was written that there were any music notation software applications available. That being said, why not update this book or create a new edition that includes sidebars for us digital folks? Other than that, I am very happy with the content and although I have a bachelor's degree in music education, I am pleased to find that I'm still learning a few new things along the way, that I guess they just assumed I already knew being at the college level. If you're looking for a heavy hitter with tons of detail about notation, this is not your book, but it is definitely a great refresher if you have a background in music and maybe want to learn a few new things along the way.