If you want to learn to play guitar, piano, drums or any other style of instrument for that matter, than you will probably require a set of music books to help you progress through the theory and the language of music as its written. Here at Music Mart we offer the best music books and sheet music to help you or your child learn the basics and develop the skills necessary to play alone. We have music books for beginners, intermediates and masters of music and cater to a range of instrument styles, including brass, wind, percussion, piano and string. The music books we stock outline music theory in a logical method and teaches the reader in a functional and effective way. The Alfreds Basic Piano and the Alfreds Prep Course music books are designed to engage kids by making music fun, which is the major requirement for really young kids, as their attention can waver. Our most popular beginner music books would be the Blitz Music Books, they’re easy to read and they progressively develop the skills and understanding in an increasingly rewarding format. For the more adept musicians we have plenty of AMEB and Master Your Theory music books, as well as plenty of sheet music. Music Mart has made it easy to buy music books online by stocking only the very best.
In conjunction with Music Mart, The Hills School of Music here in Midland, Perth is available to take on new students. The school provides tuition for all instruments, so you can learn guitar, in acoustic, classical, bass or electric, trumpets, trombones, saxophones, violins, flutes, pianos and even singing.
Why Learn To Play An Instrument?
Learning to play an instrument is one of the most enjoyable and rewarding experiences one can be involved in. it’s enjoyable because, well lets face it, music makes us feel good! We don’t really know why this is, music holds no tangible or intrinsic value, yet it releases dopamine and makes us feel good. When you play an instrument you can re create the songs you love, or in time create new ones – and it is rewarding in so many physiological and developmental ways too, learning an instrument improves memory, motor skills, reading skills, mathematical skills, perseverance and concentration. In addition to this it exposes the learner to a multitude of cultures, increases their confidence and provides an outlet for self-expression. There have been many studies into the benefits of learning, writing and playing music, in particular the benefits it has shown in the development of a child. However, to achieve these incredible benefits, its important to stay focused on what you want to achieve, make use of the music books, take notice of progress and most of all enjoy it. It’s always good to remember that you can learn to enjoy playing an instrument the more you improve, so you need to always find ways to improve, particularly with kids.
If you have any questions regarding music books, music lessons or just music in general, contact Music Mart today. Call 08 9250 2015 for sales and 08 9274 1714 for tuition. Alternatively email us here.