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Learning to Read Music by Peter Nickol

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Learning to Read Music
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Publisher: How To Books
ISBN/ASIN: 1845282787
ISBN-13: 9781845282783
Number of pages: 134

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Whether you want to learn how to play an instrument, or just refresh your existing capability, whether you sing in a choir, or would simply like to follow scores while listening, this book will help you achieve your aim. It leads you carefully through the basics of pitch, rhythm, keys, scales, chords, and much more, building your knowledge chapter by chapter until you are able to read music with ease.

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