If you're a member of a choir, or would like to become a member, and you are hesitant to do so because you cannot read music, then here is a solution. A comprehensive E Book that teaches you how to understand the written music - especially from the point of view of a singer.
want to keep up with others around you during rehearsals, this is the book
Full of musical examples that will
play on your computer sound system to guide you on your way.
WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO GET FROM THIS EBook??
So many people who would like to sing in a group or in a
choir are limited because they can't read music... and they would love
to have this skill.
Guess which one does not read music.
With the right instruction anyone can learn to read music and that is the aim of this EBook, "Teach Yourself to read Music".
If you want to expand your musical abilities, explore new songs and stop limiting yourself to songs you can only memorize, you have to know how to read music. This EBook will do that in understandable step by step instruction.
Because this book is aimed at singers wanting to improve their skills, many of the tedious detail of the theory of music can be overlooked and more attention paid to what you see on the written musical script before you.
Most people think they need to take music lessons to learn how to read music. If you're a singer, trust me you don't. All you need is the step by step instructions made out in "Simply Sing"
The voice is the most versatile instrument there is and you don't need to hit anything or blow anything to play it.
Singing is a very healthy exercise - so much so it
claims to prolong your life - and singing in a choir is one of the most
uplifting things you can do.
Mike Latham - author of "Teach yourself to Read Music".