Hearing and Writing Music

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Hearing and Writing Music
Gorow, Ron
Designed as a self-training manual as well as a classroom text, this book is a complete step-by-step course to develop the musician s ability to hear and notate any style of music. Personal training, theory and exercises form an integrated, subconscious technique, which may be applied to composition, improvisation or performance. A definitive guide and reference book for composers, orchestrators, arrangers and performers, Hearing and Writing Music teaches a fast sketch technique and emphasizes accurate communication through music notation. The goal is to recognize and notate any musical sound without using a keyboard or any other instrument. Contents include: *Developing your ear; *Hearing intervals and phrases; *Transcription technique; *Perception to notation of all elements of music; *Preparation for production and publishing; *Reference and resource section for composition and film scoring. Soft cover, 431 pages.
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