Essential information on music, not only for beginners, but for those who do not wish to remain in the 20th century when creating the improvised line.
As you read this, as with any of the ebooks on the improvised line, don’t expect it to be of any academic excellence or historic accuracy. Read it for what it is – an honest attempt to explain what music is and how it came to be what it is today. This is a theory on improvisation that anyone from novice to academia can understand.
Perhaps if I could read music I could play my instrument better?
Perhaps if I understood what all the symbols meant, maybe I could write my own music, songs or symphony?
If you’ve ever been plagued by these statements, this Book might just be the opening to solving your problem.
This Introductory Book should be an invaluable reference for those who haven’t the advantage of a formal education in music. Welcome to the wonderful world of music literacy. – Donald A Ahern