Posted by Herbsman on October 25, 2000 at 10:00:30:
In Reply to: Music to Learn Notation posted by Deman on October 23, 2000 at 00:31:58:
Try the Tobias Collection of Bass Tanscriptions on the web. There seems to be some simpler stuff there as well. Also MusicArrangers.com has some nice simple bass stuff in it's drum transcriptions section.
: Hey...normally I despise posts like this, but I'm running out of options. I really want to learn to read standard notation well. I can read sight read treble clef just fine, and I know the rudiments of bass clef, but I can't just sit and sight read like I'd llike to. I learned treble clef by starting with easy stuff, and working to harder, playing as I went...easy enough. But the problem is that I can't find the small melodic stuff like I had in treble clef in bass clef. There isn't an abundance of stand-alone music in bass clef easily found on the net. Being the indigent bass player that I am, I don't have money for books or videos, and was wondering if anyone else knew of some resource(s) where I could get this...Any help greatly appreciated.
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