4 edition of Church Musician Theory, Level 4 found in the catalog.
Church Musician Theory, Level 4
March 1985 by Alfred Publishing Company .
Written in English
|Series||David Carr Glover Christian Piano Library|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||36|
Printable Music Theory Books - Level Three Page 3 © The Fun Music Company Pty Ltd Contents Page Section 1 - Pitch Reading 4 Notes in the Treble and Bass ClefsFile Size: 1MB. Musical Alphabet 45 Musical Alphabetwith Whole and HalfSteps 45 Steps on the Piano 45 Steps on the Guitar (One String) 46 Steps on the Guitar 46 Accidentals 47 Incorrectvs. Correct Scale Spelling 48 Chromatic Scale 48 The Staff 49 Treble Clef 50 Notes on the Treble Clef 50 Learning theTreble.
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The Church Musician presents a step-by-step approach to the fundamentals of music through the use of familiar and new sacred music. Additional supplementary materials include Repertoire, Theory, and Hymn Playing books. Along with basic music theory fundamentals, students learn many familiar songs: I've Got the Joy, Joy, Joy * Jesus Loves Me * Praise Him, Praise Him * Holy, Holy, Holy * I'll Be Category: Piano-Glover Christian Library.
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The Church Musician: (Revised Edition) by Paul Westermeyer (Author) This resource, originally published inhas become a basic text in the study of church music, as well as serving as a handbook for church music leaders, pastors, music committee members, and others.
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