Music History Worksheets is a new e-book by singer-songwriter Kim Carnes. It is a well-written, easy to read workbook that will give students and parents all of the information they need to be successful in playing the guitar.
Carnes is an award-winning songwriter and pianist who have appeared on American Idol twice and has released two solo albums, “The Catwalk”Work”. The main idea behind Music History Worksheets is to teach students the techniques necessary to learn to play the guitar. You won’t find any theory here either. In fact, no formal theory lessons are required at all.
Unlike other music theory worksheets, Music History Worksheets does not require you to memorize anything. It is a means to teach students all of the fundamentals that go into playing the guitar.
Each chapter of the workbook is divided into different chapters. They are each subdivided into the techniques that can be applied to your musical endeavors. After you have learned the techniques covered in the chapter, you can move on to the next one. That is the beauty of this book.
Songs are grouped according to the styles they come from. Carnes’ talented hands will help you identify the style of the songs and which songs may be your best bets for learning the songs. With only the most basic techniques needed to play the guitar, you will be able to learn the songs as fast as you can play them.
The worksheets come with a list of songs. Students can choose one or more songs to learn. When they play the songs, the first time through, they can evaluate what they have just learned.
Each different chapter in the worksheet will also have a glossary section included. This will give students a greater understanding of the musical terminology used. It is also very important for students to have a good sense of the instruments used in the songs.
Music History Worksheets can make learning the guitar a lot easier for the students. This e-book provides students with all of the basics necessary to learn how to play the guitar. Many people like this product because it is a great way to learn about the instrument.