R. D. Burman -The Man, The Music is a must read for all RDB fans. The author of this book Anirudha Bhattarcharjee, has done a detailed reserach to get all chunks of details in this book. On the back cover of the book, it is rightly said as the Bible for RD Burman fans. It clearly depicts the ups and downs of Pancham.
In-depth detailing of unknown anecdotes and other important facts
Good book for Indian film music
Not a great book for Pancham fans
S. D. Burman: The Prince-Musician is the book regarding the most mysterious figure in Indian cine history. High quality narration was required for equally fabulous composer's life. It is a tribute to a great artist for his contributions, and a deep inquiry into what made his music great added with an important aspect of its glorious cinematic history.
Lovely titbits and anecdotes all through the book
Fabulous narration by author
Not available in paperback
Theory of Music Workbook is great book on music theory by Naomi Yandell and published by Trinity College London. It provides a basic undestanding of technical language of music researched and made with the involvement of professional and experienced teachers. It is a great book for beginners as it has good packaging, it is easy to understand and it covers all essential aspects of music knowledge.
Nice book for beginners to understand music language.
Well organised content
Easy to understand
Reshaping Art is a fabulous creation of Thodur Madabusi Krishna. He has examined art very deeply and this has made him distinguish the underlying constraints in achieving music art. He has put things nicely and it seems to be a bit entertaining and pure example of original and unconditioned mind at work.
Clear and deep aspect of music art
Not easy to understand
Guitar is the most popular musical instruments played in India and this book is a right guide to enhance your knowledge and play it better. Being cheap, it is easy affordable for most users and also comes with many useful music practice lessons. It is written in an easy language and each note and chord is described and listed in a good way.