How to Play the Guitar by Ear (for Mathematicians and Physicists)

This essay presents the theory of music associated with the guitar. It is intended to provide a technically oriented person an understanding of how musical chords are constructed and which chords “go together” in a musical piece. It is useful background in learning to play the guitar by ear (i.e., to play any song, in any key, by ear (i.e., without reference to musical notation)). More

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Language: American English
ISBN: 9780944848104
About Joseph George Caldwell

Joseph George Caldwell is a mathematical statistician and systems and software engineer. He is author of articles and books on divers topics (e.g., population, environment, statistics, economics, politics, defense and music, including The Late Great United States (2008); Can America Survive? (1999); How to Stop the IRS and Solve the Deficit Problem (The Value-Added Tax: A New Tax System for the United States) (1987); How to Play the Guitar by Ear (for mathematicians and physicists) (2000). See Internet website http://www.foundationwebsite.org to view these and other articles. He holds a BS degree in Mathematics from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and a PhD degree in Statistics from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

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