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The Moody Method to Machine Shorthand - Phrase Workbook By Kay Moody
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Welcome to the Phrase Workbook which accompanies the series of textbooks, The Moody Method for Machine Shorthand. Recommended steno outlines are based on the Moody Method theory and compatible with... More > a number of other theories.< Less
Play Skillfully - Volumes 1, 2, & 3 (Coil Bound Version) By David DeLoach
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One of the most comprehensive works ever undertaken to teach the two octave fingerings of the modes and arpeggios nested within the MAJOR, HARMONIC MINOR, and MELODIC MINOR scales. These fingering... More > patterns provide a comprehensive roadmap of the fret board which will give the guitarist unlimited options for improvisation and guitar arranging. As each guitarist learns differently, the material is presented in standard notation, tablature, and block diagrams to accommodate various learning styles. Used alongside the building of repertoire, transcription and composition of solos, and improvisation studies, this material in this book will give the guitarist the ability to see the fretboard as a endless array of possibilities for musical expression. 4 books in one, Volumes 1, 2, & 3 as well as the contents of Zamar Guitar. 374 pages.< Less
Homer By Tracy Davis Gustilo, Lene Mahler Jaqua
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The Moody Method to Machine Shorthand - Speed Development III By Kay Moody
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Welcome to the third speedbuilding book, “The Moody Method for Machine Shorthand.” As mentioned in the previous books, this method of speedbuilding is not new or unique, but it is the... More > teaching method that has proved to be the most effective in developing the psychomotor skills required in building machine shorthand speed, skill, and accuracy. Students who practice the lessons systematically and follow the directions for speedbuilding will progress faster than “simply” practicing or writing on their machines without goals, directions, and guidance.< Less