This is the epoch-making score of Johann Sebastian Bach The Well-Tempered Clavier, Book1 written in the Muto Music Method. Muto Music Method utilizes a revolutionary 3-line 'Chromatic Notation' which does away with sharps and flats to make reading the music sheet easier. Chromatic Notation is a revolutionary system which radically simplifies the classical musical notation by putting one octave within just 3 lines instead of the usual 5. Scores written using Chromatic Notation is much easier to read, because you need not worry about the additional musical symbols such as sharps, flats or clefs. Also, the tutorial and the annotations are written in both Japanese and English. *Chromatic Notation can be used for all kinds of music sheets, including keyboard instruments such as the piano, transposing instruments, stringed instruments as well as vocal music. *The book's introduction is in both Japanese and English.
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About the author: Wataru Ohkawa is the inventor of the Muto Music Method, Chromatic Notation and Chromatic keyboard instruments(such as Rapian, Wholetone and Chromatone). One of his most recent forays into revolutionizing the music world was releasing the Chromatone app for iPad, which became a best seller top 10. He manages a record label and also performs on the stage as a musician himself. His ability to play the 6 string bass and Chromatone simultaneously ad lib is an impressive feat indeed. Moreover, he trains artists using “Muto Music Method” in Chromatic Music Lab. The artists he train learn to make full use of their talents while keeping their individuality and Mr. Ohkawa's musical influences. His unchained-by-convention kind of creativity and foresight has earned him the respects of many of his fellow musicians.
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Book Description HOUON publisher, 2016. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M4906887244