Why Learn to Read Music?
- Subject: Why Learn to Read Music?
- From: Iceman6300@xxxxxxx
- Date: Tue, 4 Feb 2003 08:39:55 EST
It opens opportunities for you.
Re: session work. This is a highly competitive field. Any advantage/schooling
you have over the other competitors will give you an edge.
It opens the world of music to you.
There are libraries full of music books to use as resources -- textbooks on
how music "works," full written scores of music literature, songbooks of
contemporary and blues music, etc.
Instead of searching for someone's harmonica tabulature (or waiting for
someone to create one), you are able to go right to the heart and sole of the
music, written in a universal language for all musicians.
No, you don't have to learn to read music in order to play, but why not
broaden your horizons and open your opportunities?
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