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An elegant primer on the principles and theories of music.This innovative book presents the elements of music by… more info
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Solfege has become one of the most highly acclaimed resources for the study of ear training in music education today.… more info
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With the advent of modern cognitive neuroscience and new tools of studying the human brain “live,” music as a highly… more info
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Eight years in the making, this “prequel” to The Commandments of R&B Drumming delves into the rhythm and blues of the… more info
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