Dizzy O’Brian is a musician and author whose works tend to draw from his rich experiences and searching for truth in the spiritual world. For example, he was, at one time, music director for a congregation of The Spiritualist Church of the Revelation, the oldest church in the American States. This church abounded with readers and the spiritually gifted and Dizzy was, at one time told he would create music by simply turning on a recording machine and playing.
He did so and collected material that was finally developed into the Tea With the Alien CD.
He also began writing novels, music instruction books and Kafka-esk short stories.
While in music school, he and his colleagues began to listen to every different genre of music with the idea that musical genres were more similar than different. This led to Dizzy’s Pop Classical
Fusion music that is found on his Charm City and 4 Good Measure CDs.
A valuable supplement to music lessons on any instrument. In learning a musical instrument, you have all the technical details of the instrument to deal with and it can be easy to bypass certain music basics. Yet, if any of these basics are out, your progress and advancement on the instrument can be compromised or even stopped. Theory can facilitate ease of playing if used and applied correctly. Too often, however, students can get tripped up by not learning theory concepts in the correct order and get in over their head.
This book helps students to avoid the confusion by presenting the subject in the proper order for it to be easily understood and applied. It has many musical examples and exercises to assist in mastery of all the music nasics one needs to have success in learning any instrument.