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2 edition of Pocket Dictionary Of Music Terms found in the catalog.

Pocket Dictionary Of Music Terms

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Published by Hal Leonard Corporation .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • General,
  • Music

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages48
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11199340M
    ISBN 100793555337
    ISBN 109780793555338

    Pocket Catholic Dictionary is a comprehensive, one-volume reference work containing definitions and explanations of the key terms of Catholicism. Father Hardon has carefully selected some 2, entries from his original master tome of over 5, terms that comprise Modern Catholic : John Hardon. In The Jazz Theory Book, Mark Levine defines playing in the pocket simply as grooving, where the rhythm section is locked in and working as a unit. in the pocket When the music is rhythmically in a groove. groove The “lock” between members of a rhythm section playing well together.

    Printing of Text/As New. Light brown soft cover/VG w/light wear & trace soiling. Compact dictionary of music terms including, elements of notation and a biographical list of some noted names in music. Boston-born music critic and teacher Lewis Charles Elson ( - ) taught for over 40 years at the New England Conservatory of Music. By Tom Gerou and Linda Lusk. Book. This pocket-sized dictionary presents current and correct notation practices in an easy-to-use format. Generously illustrated and concise, this book is essential to any musician looking for a handy reference for the correct notation of music. A most welcome and beneficial source for every musician, whether using aCategory: Textbook-General.

    polyphonic PAH-lee-fah-nik [English] Music composed for many parts or voices, each with its own melody, thus creating a rich texture of sound. The music itself is called polyphony. This is in contrast to monophonic music, which has only one part or voice. This is a type of compositional texture. Merriam-Webster's Pocket Dictionary | A perfect dictionary for quick, on-the-go language reference featu entries as well as clear, concise, definitions, variant spellings, and pronunciations. Includes a brief guide to : Merriam-Webster.


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By L. Harnsberger. Book. A useful collection of definitions, composers, and theory. This pocket-sized reference book of over pages includes a broad range of important information, from basic principles of theory and concise biographies of composers toCategory: Textbook-General.

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This pocket-sized dictionary presents current and correct notation practices in an easy-to-use format. Generously illustrated and concise, this book is essential to any musician looking for a handy reference for the correct notation of music.4/5.

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Conveniently divided into three main sections: The Dictionary of Music Terms defines over 2, music terms concisely, including notation and theory terms, instruments and terms used in pop music, electronic music and the music business; The Dictionary of Musicians provides more than capsule biographies of composers and other musicians; and.

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