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Ms. Green has created a textbook which provides an excellent introduction to reading music, notes on the guitar, rhythms, and how most symbols one would encounter in music notation are interpreted. Delivery is through both text and embedded video...read more




Sight Reading For Guitar Pdf Download


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Ms. Green has created a textbook which provides an excellent introduction to reading music, notes on the guitar, rhythms, and how most symbols one would encounter in music notation are interpreted. Delivery is through both text and embedded video presentations. Each unit exhibits a deliberate, progressive, and step-by-step process suitable for guitarists who have some experience with the instrument, but, little to no experience in reading standard music notation. By the same token, the text assumes an understanding of best and healthy practices regarding how shifts along the fingerboard are navigated; how the left hand fingers approach and attack the strings; how the right hand, arm and fingers are utilized in plucking the strings.


In nearly every instance and unit both the prose and verbal presentation in videos are given in a lucid and encouraging manner. An example where clarity is lacking occurs in Unit 1 where the "G" or treble clef is introduced without an explanation at to why it is a "G" clef. Hopefully, Ms. Green will have an opportunity to add a sentence which indicates that the symbol is a fancy letter "G" with curled portion curling around and pointing to the second line "G". Elsewhere omissions are covered by suggestions to gain further insight on a topic at specific websites and will be much appreciated by the reader. Likewise, the guitarist is encouraged to adopt good and healthy posture, but no guidance is given as how this is achieved. An inquiring student will need to discover their own resources.


Ms. Green has created a wonderfully useful book that transcends style and genre. The presentation is engaging and encouraging. She is to be highly commended for commissioning pieces appropriate for students of sight reading on guitar. Rare for such a textbook! Readers will find the solos and duets, fresh, fun and rewarding. Recommended!


Sight-Reading for Guitar by Chelsea Green takes the student through a thorough study of how to read music on the guitar. It starts with the very beginnings of how to read (for the very beginning student) and slowly takes the student through a comprehensive study of note identification, rhythm, music theory relating to the guitar, articulations on the guitar and more. It does a nice job of breaking things down into string sets with studies on each of the 6 strings. There is also video and audio examples with each chapter as well as etudes to go with each technique studied. This makes it very easy to follow each topic. This book would be very helpful for the beginning sight-reader on the guitar. I would like to see a detailed approach as to how the right hand is used in playing and reading music on the guitar but overall this covers most all areas of the stated topic.


The content in this book is up to date. It is meant for classical guitarists as all the etudes and techniques are geared toward classical playing and that is Chelsea's background. Players that want to get into reading jazz lines may want to supplement this with another reading book.


I think this a good book for guitar students who have never read music on the guitar and are looking to do so in the classical genre. I like the way it is laid out with a video accompanying each chapter and midi musical examples of the etudes the student is to study. I like the way Chelsea explains each topic very clearly so the student can easily understand what she is explaining. I also like her "checklist for sight-reading" in every chapter reminding the student of such important things like "keep going (even if you make a mistake)." That is a very important and maybe number one concept for all sight-reading students to grasp. Overall a well done book.


Sight-Reading for Guitar: The Keep Going Method Book and Video Series teaches guitar players from all musical backgrounds to understand, read and play modern staff notation in real time. The Keep Going Method is designed to impart the knowledge, skills and attitudes needed for sight-reading with efficiency, fun and encouragement. The skill of sight-reading is a difficult to develop, primarily because it is traditionally taught inefficiently. Further, students encounter high levels of emotional discomfort in the beginning stages of skill acquisition. The method in this book is designed to impart the knowledge, skills and attitudes needed for sight-reading with efficiency, clarity and encouragement. All types of guitars apply: electric, steel-string and nylon-string.


Each unit contains brief descriptions of musical symbols, play-along duet exercises and compositions, encouragement and methods for self-assessment. The series contains 20 units that start at the beginner level and progress to the intermediate/advanced level. At the completion of the series guitarists will be able to sight-read most rhythms, pitches and other notations relevant to guitar notation. The series also features 30 original duet compositions, of varying styles, created exclusively for this series!


Generate brand new exercises that are composed instantly and on-demand every time you practice. Never run out of sight reading material for piano, guitar, voice, strings, woodwinds, brass, and percussion.


Customize sight reading exercises to your specific needs or the needs of your students. Select from our stock difficulty levels or customize the exercises by selecting the exact rhythms, range and other attributes such as leaps, accidentals, dynamics and articulations. You can also choose from a large variety of time signatures and all major and minor key signatures.


Full ensemble sight reading exercises can be projected to the front of the classroom for choir, concert band or orchestra to practice sight reading together. Educators can also use the assignments and recording feature as a tool for assessing their students.


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What is a good daily routine for a beginner? I recommend a technique warmup (included in the back of the book), some review of previous easier material, some sight reading, and then dedicated work on the few pieces that you are currently working on. 15-20 minutes of solid uninterrupted practice everyday is a good goal for a beginner. Anything beyond that is a bonus. As you become more advanced you can increase the practice time. You might also want to watch some lesson videos before you begin to remind you of a few things you might have forgotten or just to pick up tips for the future. Even watching videos that are more advanced than where you are at or something you are not working can still help you learn. You can find tons of lesson at the lesson page. Watching so pros play daily would be good too, absorb the culture and technique just by observing. See my dedicated lesson: How to Practice Music and Organize Your Practice Session 350c69d7ab


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