I reduce harmonic possibility – for any instrument – and apply it to fingerboard instruments like the guitar, Kriescher says.
BALTIMORE (PRWEB) July 24, 2015
In this delightful colored book, “Play Guitar” (published by Xlibris), author Kevin Kriescher explains harmonic possibilities on the guitar in terms that experienced players and beginners alike will understand. Anyone who shares Kriescher's love for the guitar will gain from reading this book.
Believing that music is easiest to comprehend in mathematical terms, Kriescher begins by deriving the western chromatic scale from its antecedents. He then adapts the circular symmetry of music to the rectilinear geometry of the fret board. The many charts and tablature diagrams contained herein are wieldy and easily copied in color for music stands.
Kriescher masterfully uses symmetry to expedite the reader's understanding of scales, sequences and inversions on the guitar. The substance and method of instruction used in “Play Guitar” are refreshingly straight forward, emphasizing musical possibility and creativity without imitation of any subgenre/musician.
“I reduce harmonic possibility – for any instrument – and apply it to fingerboard instruments like the guitar,” Kriescher says.
By Kevin Kriescher
Hardcover | 8.5x11in | 56 pages | ISBN 9781503574663
Softcover | 8.5x11in | 56 pages | ISBN 9781503574656
E-Book | 56 pages | ISBN 9781503574670
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Kevin Kriescher also teaches physics.
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