#1
Hi guys.

I really want to improve being able to my sight reading, so I need some songs that I don't actually listen to so I can focus on the reading.

I've only really just started trying to do this, so stuff that isn't too ridiculously difficult would be preferable at the moment.

Any suggestions?
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#3
Download the realbook. It was never copyrighted so it isn't illegal to torrent or anything. But if you want a hard copy, go ahead and buy one. They may be a bit expensive, though.
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#4
Ahh okay, is that the best option in your opinions?
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#5
definitely. It has every range of skill level. From very basic quarter note melodies to some more complex melodies, rhythmically. It's great, and you'll probably pick up some theory on the way.
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#6
yes the real book will definitely help and it will also introduce you to jazz melody, harmony and rhythm
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