The most practical and conscise source for music notation is perfect for all musicians -- amateur to professional.This easy-to-use dictionary cover over 75 topics in over 348 pages. Text is accompanied by numerous examples directly related to the topic being discussed. These examples are kept as simple and complete as possible, with an emphasis on presenting correct and current notation practices.The focus of this book has been narrowed, avoiding the discussion of orchestraton or music theory, in order to present as much information as possible that is directly related to the actual "notation" of music. Whether you are using a pencil or a computer, all principles within this book are applicable. No computer software or specific tool is referenced, in order to make this a useful guide for any musician. ©1996, 352 pages.