A Singer's Guide to Reading Rhythms


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A Singer's Guide To Reading Rhythms By Dom Minasi


Bob Gerardi: Adjunct Professor at New York University and Author of Opportunities In Music Careers. Singer, pianist, composer, actor and vocal coach

“I wish I had this book when I first started singing. It is concise and very easy to understand. I will recommend it to my voice students".

Phil Campanella: Former Executive Director, the Singer's Forum. New York City

“An invaluable way to understand the grammar of music. In a clear, easy-to understand language, Dom Minasi takes you through the basics and unlocks the secrets of even the most complex musical notation. No singer or instrumentalist should be without it".

Dennis Grillo: Former Professor of Composition and Arranging - Berkley College of Music. Boston Mass.

A Singer's Guide To Reading Rhythms covers the materials necessary for reading time patterns including syncopated rhythms. Every student should be apprised of singing pitches with rhythmic specifity. This book is written with a simplicity that will make it an easy learning experience".

Laura Thomas: Voice Teacher and Former Member of the New York City Opera Company

“Thank you so much for writing this wonderful book, A Singer's Guide To Reading Rhythms. It is clear, concise, and understandable and the exercises are easy too. Since rhythm is fundamental to breathing and singing well, I am delighted to recommend this book to my voice students and all other singers and musicians."

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