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  • Fugal Compositionby Dorene Groocock

    ABC-CLIO 2003; US$ 123.00

    Eminently readable despite the complexity of its subject, Fugal Composition: A Guide to the Study of Bach's 48 guides the reader in studying the 48 fugues of the composer's Well-Tempered Clavier. Author Joseph Groocock analyzes each of the fugues individually, both verbally and diagrammatically, and includes such elements as overall structure,... more...

  • Play Great Guitarby Rikki Rooksby

    Infinite Ideas 2008; US$ 9.95

    Knowing how to play the guitar is just one of those things we?d all love to be able to do. Think back to your formative years - at parties it was always the kid with the guitar who got all the attention, and it's probably that same kid who is now raking it in with their uber-cool band while you slave away at your desk. Now your dreams of guitar-playing... more...

  • Improvising Jazzby Jerry Coker

    Touchstone 2010; US$ 14.00

    With musical scores and helpful charts, noted jazz educator and featured jazz soloist, Jerry Coker, gives the beginning performer and the curious listener insights into the art of jazz improvisation. Improvising Jazz gives the beginning performer and the curious listener alike insights into the art of jazz improvisation. Jerry Coker, teacher... more...

  • How to Grow a Young Music Loverby Cheri Fuller

    The Doubleday Religious Publishing Group 2010; US$ 12.99

    How to Grow a Young Music Lover is the ideal guide for parents who want to boost their children?s education through music; parents who want to aid in their children?s cognitive, motor, and creative development; parents who love music and want their children to do the same; and parents who wish they knew more about music and want their children to... more...

  • The Complete Idiot's Guide to Classical Musicby Robert Sherman

    Alpha Books 2006; US$ 13.99

    You're no idiot of course. You know something about classical music, whether it's the "da-da-da-dum" opening of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony or that a famous shaggy dog was named after that same composer. But when it comes to knowing your Vivaldi from your Berlioz, you find it less stressful to tune your radio dial to some old time rock and roll. Don't... more...

  • Classical Musicby Phil G. Goulding

    Random House Publishing Group 2011; US$ 18.00

    Who are the ten most important classical composers? Who in the world was Palestrina? Why did Stravinsky's "Rite of Spring" cause a riot? Which five of each important composer's works should you buy? What is a concerto and how does it differ from a sonata? Maybe you don't know the answers to these questions; author Phil Goulding certainly didn't. When... more...

  • The Blues Scales - Eb Versionby SHER Music; Dan Greenblatt

    Sher Music 2011; US$ 16.00

    The only book that shows how the Blues Scales (Major and Minor) are used to create jazz solos. Designed to help beginners quickly learn how to create meaningful solos without having to first master all the scales and chords of a tune. Great transcriptions of solo phrases by Miles Davis, Dave Sanborn, Dizzy Gillespie, etc. showing how the Blues Scales... more...

  • A Geometry of Musicby Dmitri Tymoczko

    Oxford University Press, USA 2011; US$ 29.99

    Most listeners prefer tonal music to atonal music, but what exactly is the difference between them? In this groundbreaking work, author Dmitri Tymoczko identifies five basic musical features that jointly contribute to the sense of tonality, and shows how these features recur throughout the history of Western music. Tymoczko creates for the reader a... more...

  • Classical Formby William E. Caplin

    Oxford University Press, USA 1998; US$ 44.99

    Building on ideas first advanced by Arnold Schoenberg and later developed by Erwin Ratz, this book introduces a new theory of form for instrumental music in the classical style. The theory provides a broad set of principles and a comprehensive methodology for the analysis of classical form, from individual ideas, phrases, and themes to the large-scale... more...

  • Three-Note Voicings and Beyondby Randy Vincent

    Sher Music 2012; US$ 22.99

    Randy Vincent's second Sher Music Co. book covers every aspect of the crucial three-note voicings every guitarist needs to know. It has received glowing endorsements from Pat Metheny, Jim Hall, Mike Stern, Ben Monder, Vic Juris, Gene Bertoncinni, Julian Lage, etc. Three-Note Voicings and Beyond is for everyone from intermediate newcomers to jazz... more...