Metronome Techniques: Being a Very Brief Account of the History and Use of the Metronome with Many Practical Applications for the Musician
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To the casual observer the use of the metronome would seem to be a simple matter, so simple, in fact, that no particular directions would be necessary. Frederick Franz in this valuable little treatise on the use of the metronome effectively dispels any such assumptions for he suggests a variety of interesting uses of this instrument which would in all probability never occur to the average student or indeed to the average teacher. In the discussion of problems of time, tempo and rhythm, Mr. Franz makes a host of valuable suggestions which should go far toward solving many of the difficulties which beset the student. It is not too much to say that the treatise takes the much abused metronome from the dull role of a mere timebeater and transforms it into a valuable aid in assisting the student to a more complete understanding of the art of music. --- from book's Foreword
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