Books

Berklee Textbook

Many of our books are used as textbooks at Berklee College of Music (as well as at many other institutions around the world). New books are adopted as texts to courses all the time, so if you know of others that should be here, please let us know and we’ll add them.

Vocal Studies for the Contemporary Singer

by Anne Peckham,

New Standards: 101 Lead Sheets by Women Composers

by Terri Lyne Carrington,

Contemporary Etudes for Harp: For Pedal and Lever Harpists

by Felice Pomeranz,

Modern Jazz Theory and Practice: The Post-Bebop Era

by Steve Rochinski,

Violin Fingerboard Mastery: Contemporary Mapping Exercises and Improvisation Studies

by Jason Anick,

Making Music Make Money 2nd Ed.: An Insider's Guide to Becoming Your Own Music Publisher

by Eric Beall,

Hip-Hop Production: Inside the Beats

by Prince Charles Alexander,

Music Law in the Digital Age, 3rd Edition: Copyright Essentials for Today's Music Business

by Allen Bargfrede,

Conducting Music Today

by Bruce Hangen,

The New Music Therapist’s Handbook: Third Edition

by Suzanne B. Hanser,

Engaging the Concert Audience: A Musician's Guide to Interactive Performance

by David Wallace,

Understanding Audio: Second Edition: Getting the Most Out of Your Project or Professional Recording Studio

by Daniel M. Thompson,

A Modern Method for Guitar Scales

A Modern Method for Guitar Scales

by Larry Baione,

Arranging for Strings

by Mimi Rabson,

A Modern Method for Violin Scales

by Rob Thomas,

Berklee Jazz Drums

by Casey Scheuerell,

Contemporary Cello Etudes: Studies in Style & Technique

by Mike Block,

Contemporary Counterpoint: Theory and Application

by Beth Denisch,

Berklee Contemporary Music Notation

by Jonathan Feist,

Berklee Jazz Standards for Solo Piano

by Robert Christopherson, Tim Ray, Ross Ramsay, Hey Rim Jeon,

Jazz Vocal Improvisation: An Instrumental Approach

by Mili Bermejo,

Classical Technique for the Modern Guitarist

by Kim Perlak,

Arranging for Horns

by Jerry Gates,

A Modern Method for Guitar – Volume 1 (Book/Online Video): Book with More Than 14 Hours of Berklee Video Instruction

by William Leavitt, Larry Baione,