How to Memorize Music - A Practical Approach for Non-Geniuses
Do you play a musical instrument? Here are the best ways to memorize music, explained step-by step. Build a repertoire of pieces that you can play without the score! Though mainly for those who play the piano, or other keyboard instrument, these methods can also be used profitably by other instrumentalists. Subjects dealt with include (among others): Three basic types of music memorization "Finger memory" and all that is involved in it Memorizing by hearing Memorizing from the score How I memorize music Learning a piece better by... not practicing it! How to deal with frustration when memorizing If you are a musician, and wish to systematically expand your memorized repertoire, this book is for you!
- Paperback | 86 pages
- 148.6 x 214.1 x 18.5mm | 358.34g
- 20 Jun 2015
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About MR David Bolton
David Bolton - Musician (harpsichordist, clavichordist, pianist), language teacher, writer, and astrologer - taught piano in Kassel, Germany, and also co-founded the "Musikschule Wilhelmshohe" in the early 1980s. While living in Madrid, Spain in the 90s, he gave many recitals, both as a soloist and an accompanist. David's interest in self-improvement techniques has led him into fields such as hypnosis, and the power of suggestion. David's belief in good planning and consistent effort, as well as the use of innovative ideas to further the learning process, has had a strong influence on the methods he employs to teach music, as well as other subjects. At his site, www.dboltoncreations.com, you can download a number of books for free, including another one about music: "The perfect Range for a compact digital Keyboard"