"None of us can read music. None of us can write it." - John Lennon, 1980
The Beatles used "head arrangements"; they would work out beforehand what they wanted to play on recordings, with help from producer/arranger George Martin. When they needed sidemen (like Alan Civil on "For No One", and David Mason on "Penny Lane"), Martin would score parts for them.
How do i read sheet music
its the same as normal sheet music?
The answer to this question has to be "the same way you read any music." If you know how to read music, you can read sheet music. If you don't, you are going to need some training or study. Learning to read music is like learning to read a language.
Musicians read what is called sheet music in order to play music.
Music Theory Training Course Cd is available to assist learning to read sheet music.
Tokio Hotel cannot read sheet music. So there is currently no sheet music available. Sorry!
I would learn how to read chords....and sheet music o.o
None of The Beatles members can write nor read music. They only remember it.
Yes. Reading sheet music is not a pre-requisite for singing, by any means. In fact, I sing, and play several instruments, and I read sheet music very little.
by ear, they were all self taught
yes it is,
Like a book
Reading sheet music is similar to learning how to read as you learn the sounds of each note and how they work and flow together.
Sheet or notes. :-)
My freind who is a professional drummer says you need to be able to read music (general) before you can read it
Its not easy because Mr. Jenkees can't read sheet music, he dose everything by ear.
Musicians read what is called sheet music in order to play music. which is notes you play on the instuments
read the music on the sheet
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