Monster Music Journal
More than just manuscript paper, The MONSTER MUSIC JOURNAL is a wild and wacky, monster-infested space for you to fill with music compositions, transcriptions of your favorite songs, music theory exercises, and other monstrous things that mean something to you (or your music instructor).
The MONSTER MUSIC JOURNAL is a musical playground. The generously spaced staff lines make writing musical notes easy for beginners (or for those who like to live life BIG – and let’s be honest: who doesn’t like to live life really BIG). Plus, there is plenty of boxed-off writing space for non-musical notes, so you can include song lyrics, love letters, homework assignments, thoughts, poems, or questions to ask your teacher. Hey, there is even space for you to scribble or to doodle your own family of monsters.
The MONSTER MUSIC JOURNAL is heavily illustrated with line art monster characters that will tickle the imagination of kids and adults. Every turn of the page presents you with new monsters. Naturally, they are all trying to look grim, but rest assured – they are all very docile. And because the illustrations in the book are simple line art, you are free to add color to the manuscript or note pages. This is a music journal and not a coloring book, but there is no shortage of things (well, creatures actually) that you can color, if you so wish.
Created by the musician and illustrator husband-and-wife team, Eddie Lewis and Pearl Lewis, this music journal has many uses. Let it turn dull, repetitive music theory exercises into an adventure at every turn of the page. Suggest the illustrations as prompts for improvised music. Gift it to your teacher or your student or your musician buddy. Or use the journal to introduce young musicians to composition and transcription. Music homework just got a MAJOR upgrade on the fun scale.