Lessons in the Rudiments of Music.pdf
IN these Lessons the author has endeavoured to give the information and explanations in the simplest possible way. While not claiming to exhaust the subject, all the important and really necessary ground has been covered. The Questions at the end of each Lesson deal directly with the information given in each paragraph; thus a double impression of the contents of the book is made upon the student's mind. A short list of the Musical Terms most frequently used will be found at the end of the book. A Stave consists of five parallel lines.
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Music theory is a simple matter, but the books complicate the subject. Why is that? First of all, know that music theory teaching stopped in time. The didactic of the books is still very similar to the teaching of the last century; few contents were written in a modern language, simple and direct. The other problem is the lack of connection between the subjects.