Theory Workbook

Grade 8
Author: Anthony Crossland,Terence Greaves
Publisher: Associated Board of the Royal School
ISBN: 9781860960895
Category: Music
Page: 90
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A practical student's guide - in workbook format - to ABRSM's Grade 8 Theory exam. Describes the nature of the questions set on papers for the grade and explains clearly how to tackle them. Contains many sample questions so the student can immediately put theory into practice. Focuses very precisely on the skills and knowledge needed at Grade 8.

Music Theory in Practice, Grade 1

Author: Eric Robert Taylor
Publisher: Associated Board of the Royal School of Music
ISBN: 9781860969423
Category: Music theory
Page: 32
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Fully revised, this workbook remains the best way to prepare for ABRSM's Grade 1 Theory of Music Exam. Features a clear explanation of music notation, many worked examples and practice exercises, definitions of important words and concepts, specimen exam questions and helpful tips for students.

Sound at Sight Piano

Author: Trinity Guildhall
Publisher: Sound at Sight: Sample Sightreading Tests Second Series
ISBN: 9780857361660
Category: Piano
Page: 28
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This book contains the sight reading examination piano pieces for grade 2 of the Trinity Guildhall examinations.

Music Theory in Practice

Model Answers
Author: N.A
Publisher: Young Writers
ISBN: 9781848491144
Category: Music theory
Page: 16
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The new Music Theory in Practice Model Answers series is a practical tool to use alongside the fully-revised workbooks for Music Theory in Practice, Grades 1 to 5. Each book includes correct answers to every question; accepted options, where there can be more than one answer; and model answers for composition-style questions.

Improve Your Sight-Reading. Piano

Author: Paul Harris
Publisher: Faber Music Limited
ISBN: 9780571533084
Category: Piano
Page: 40
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Helps the player overcome problems, by building up a picture of each piece, through rhythmic and melodic exercises related to specific technical issues, then by studying prepared pieces with associated questions, and finally 'going solo' with a series of sight-reading pieces.