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Reading, Writing, and Rhythmetic: the ABCs of Music Transcription

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reading, writing, and rhythmetic

This book will improve your ability to transcribe music and help you make the connection between the music you hear and what it looks like on the page through a step-by-step approach. It comes with two CDs and a variety of listening, singing, playing, reading, and composing activities designed to prepare you to write down musical ideas and create transcripts. You will be working with more than 300 example songs from almost every genre.

Reading, Writing, and Rhythmetic: the ABCs of Music Transcription,
by Roberta Radley, Sher Music Company, www.shermusic.com







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