Reading Music

This year people have been asking about how we learn to read music. Merrie Noyse Medieval music book and our Tudor Noyse both use the traditional music stave and if you can read music, then they are easy to understand. But do we need to read music in order to play? Clearly the answer is no so what we are planning are audio files to go with the music books. Soon you will be able to log in through this Merrie Noyse site and download Merrie Noyse Medieval Music and Merrie Noyse Tudor Music  MP3 files of the pieces in each book.

 

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