The Mechanism of the Human Voice
by Emil Behnke
Publisher: J. Curwen & Sons
The author placed before the reader in a simple and comprehensive form the Physiology of the Human Voice. He discarded all scientific terms, and treated the subject in so simple and direct a manner as really to enlighten the readers instead of bewildering them.
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by Ernest Hutcheson - G.F. Kranz Music Co.
Many of the exercises contained in this little work are purely preparatory in nature, others are for occasional or special use. Only about twenty are permanently essential. All are necessary at some stages of study or to some pupils.
by E. T. Jaynes - Washington University
The main purpose of this book is to explain certain physical considerations useful not only to a beginner learning how to play a musical instrument, but also to an accomplished musician trying to gain full technical mastery of an instrument.
by Michael Edwards, et al. - University of Edinburgh
This book presents open licensed educational materials that deal with the building blocks of musical stave (sometimes known as staff) notation, a language designed to communicate about musical ideas which is in use around the world.
by Catherine Schmidt-Jones - OpenStax
This text includes a review of common notation and an introduction to the physics behind music theory, as well as the basic concepts of music theory and a few slightly advanced but very useful topics, such as transposition.