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June 8, 2012 2:29 AM Subscribe
What are the best workbooks you would advise someone to use ?
posted by nicolin to education (4 answers total) 13 users marked this as a favorite
I've been trying to learn music on my own for years, and after years of collecting theory stuff, I recently came across Barrett Tagliarino
's workbooks : there's one for the fretboard (I'm struggling to play the guitar) and another one for reading music. Well, these hands-on books I find invaluable, and I appreciate the way they are paced, thought out and so on...
So I was wondering, are there any other workbooks that you would advise people to get ? I'm obviously very interested in music, but I like to discover things too. So my question is open to a wide range of fields. I mean, maybe not some really specific domains (but after all, why not ?) But workbooks that would work for laymen or amateurs to get into a new field and gain some proficiency, or raise their level to a satisfactory (like in "I understand what I do / how it works") one. Thanks !