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Teach Yourself To Read Music

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Voicing/Format Guitar
Composer Dan Fox
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Catalog # 23217

Price: $14.99

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Teach Yourself To Read Music Composed by Dan Fox. For Guitar. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 23217, UPC: 038081263342)

Learn everything you need to know to start playing music from standard notatio n on the guitar and open up a brand new world of musical knowledge with this e xciting method from Alfred. Guitar players of all ages can begin or continue t heir journey to a lifetime of playing either acoustic or electric guitar from musical notation. Beginning with the fundamentals, you will dive straight into learning about different notes, rests, key signatures, and chords. Upon compl etion of this book, you will be able to play lead sheets and arrangements at s ight. Features: * Covers intermediate to advanced syncopations* Relates the no tes you?re reading to the fretboard on the guitar* Teaches reading in common m eters, odd meters, double time, and cut time* Guitar fingerboard chartBe your own teacher, and let

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