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Classroom Jam ~ Score (All Instruments)
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Publisher Chester Music

Playing together is the basic idea, and with Classroom Jam anyone can take part, making this an exceptionally useful teaching aid, a valuable introduction to the experience of ensemble playing and lots of fun!  More
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Alain Weber: Progressive Lessons in Theory and Rhythm (Volume 3) ~ Not Specified (All Instruments)
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Publisher Alphonse Leduc

French composer, Alain Weber (b. 1930) writes Progressive Lessons in Theory and Rhythm with much experience and expertise. This third volume, which considers in detail, using treble and bass clefs together, as well as other clefs, is essential to accompany basic theory progression.

Following graduation from the Paris Conservatoire, Weber spent time in Italy to develop his own musical style. However, he soon returned to the institution as a professor of theory and counterpoint. He is a significant contributor to important teaching materials, and Progressive Lessons in Theory and Rhythm is no exception. More
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Alain Weber: Progressive lessons of reading and rhythm - Volume 5 ~ Not Specified (All Instruments)
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Publisher Alphonse Leduc

Progressive lessons of reading and rhythm - Volume 5 is the fifth volume out of six theory books that focus on reading notes and rhythms. This complete method for reading and learning rhythms features both staves for theory explanations and exercises.



This fifth volume follows the previous ones and requires some strong basics. It includes the C key third, first or fourth and a mix of the five keys.



Alain Weber is a French musician who received the “Premier Grand Prix de Rome”. He taught music theory in many different countries and created some excellent methods. More
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I.F.M, Album de Musique, Ils Font de la Musique, 4 ~ Not Specified (All Instruments)
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Publisher Alphonse Leduc

Ils Font de la Musique, 4 is a well-illustrated, fun workbook for children. Containing a series of practical and aesthetically pleasing activities, the exercise book enhances enjoyable learning and progression in music theory.

Ils Font de la Musique is colourful, creative, easy to follow and provides a high quality start to music. Moreover, by using comparative imagery to represent sizes of instruments and shapes of notes, and the use of imaginative lyrics to convey rhythm, Ils Font de la Musique book is ideal and essential to young beginners showing an aptitude for music. More
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Ivan Markovitch: Music Theory - IM1 ~ Not Specified (All Instruments)
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Publisher Alphonse Leduc

Music Theory IM1 by Ivan Markovitch is the first of four progressive books for beginners which introduces them to musical formation and theory.



This method includes numerous games, tunes and nursery rhymes which can keep the beginners entertained and develop their musical ear. With tonality, rhythm, and note reading, this really complete method is perfect to maintain the attention and to develop good musical basics.



Ivan Markovitch is a Serbian musician and professor established in France since the 60s. He created many choirs and composed many pieces for voice and instruments. More
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Jacques Chailley: The Imbroglio Modes ~ Not Specified (All Instruments)
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Publisher Alphonse Leduc

French composer and musicologist, Jacques Chailley (1910-1999) studied at the Paris Conservatoire. He was passionate about reviving medieval music and this inspired his detailed study book of modes, The Imbroglio Modes.

Chailley''s saw him teach musical history, harmony and the notation and sight reading of medieval music, as well as publish many books on the subject. Chailley''s The Imbroglio Modes begins by explaining what a mode is before addressing the different modes, intervals, chords, medieval tones and modern tones, among other aspects. For all ancient music enthusiasts, Chailley''s The Imbroglio Modes provides brilliant detail and expertise to ensure complete understanding of all modes. More
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Jean-Claude Veilhan: The Music of the Baroque and its Rules ~ Not Specified (All Instruments)
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Publisher Alphonse Leduc

First published in 1977, Jean-Claude Veilhan (born in 1940) compiled the enlightening compilation The Music of the Baroque and its Rules towards the beginning of his career.

As a prominent Recorder player himself, Veilhan performed much of the Baroque repertoire for the instrument, and therefore was well acquainted with the genre. The Music of the Baroque and its Rules encompasses all rules and styles of Baroque, for every instrument. This Veilhan book is essential to the understanding of Baroque music. More
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Jean-Pierre Couleau: The Morning of Musicians ~ Not Specified (All Instruments)
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Publisher Alphonse Leduc

Jean-Pierre Couleau (b. 1948) studied at the Aix-en-Provence, Marseille and Versailles Conservatoires before devoting himself to teaching music, particularly jazz. He compiled The Morning of Musicians to aid music theory beginners.

This Couleau volume contains exercises on performance directions, dynamics, range, intervals, rhythm, phrasing, articulation, and time signatures, among other aspects. Couleau''s The Morning of Musicians is ideal for all beginners of music theory. Furthermore, with detailed instruction in Japanese, The Morning of Musicians is accessible to many. More
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Jean-Pierre Couleau: The Morning of Musicians (B) ~ Not Specified (All Instruments)
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Publisher Alphonse Leduc

Jean-Pierre Couleau (b. 1948) studied at the Aix-en-Provence, Marseille and Versailles Conservatoires before devoting himself to teaching music, particularly jazz. He compiled The Morning of Musicians to aid music theory beginners.

This Couleau volume contains exercises on performance directions, dynamics, range, intervals, rhythm, chromaticism, articulation, and time signatures, among other aspects. Couleau''s The Morning of Musicians is ideal for all beginners of music theory. Furthermore, with detailed instruction in Japanese, The Morning of Musicians is accessible to many. More
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Jo Gougat: What''s the time, Mr Wolf? - Volume 3 ~ Not Specified (All Instruments)
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Publisher Alphonse Leduc

What''s the time, Mr Wolf? - Volume 3 is the third volume of a theory method for children aged from 6 years old, written by Jo Gougat. To be used during the first year of learning, this third volume includes the reading notes and rhythms, some exercises and some small melodies. This third volume includes the lessons 21 to 30.



Accompanied of two CDs, it is highly pedagogic, including explanations, children''s melodies and illustrations. This method also requires the use of a carillon for the child to play and sing along the notes.



What''s the time, Mr Wolf? is a great method to teach music theory to young children while simultaneously developing their musical ear. More
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Jo Gougat: What''s the time, Mr Wolf? - Volume 3 ~ Not Specified (All Instruments)
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Publisher Alphonse Leduc

What''s the time, Mr Wolf? - Volume 3 is the third volume of a theory method for children aged from 6 years old, written by Jo Gougat. To be used during the first year of learning, this third volume includes the reading notes and rhythms, some exercises and some small melodies. This third volume includes the lessons 21 to 30.



Accompanied of two CDs, it is highly pedagogic, including explanations, children''s melodies and illustrations. This method also requires the use of a carillon for the child to play and sing along the notes.



What''s the time, Mr Wolf? is a great method to teach music theory to young children while simultaneously developing their musical ear. More
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Jo Gougat: What''s the time, Mr Wolf? - Volume 3 ~ Not Specified (All Instruments)
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Publisher Alphonse Leduc

What''s the time, Mr Wolf? - Volume 3 is the third volume of a theory method for children aged from 6 years old, written by Jo Gougat. To be used during the first year of learning, this third volume includes the reading notes and rhythms, some exercises and some small melodies. This third volume includes the lessons 21 to 30.



Accompanied of two CDs, it is highly pedagogic, including explanations, children''s melodies and illustrations. This method also requires the use of a carillon for the child to play and sing along the notes.



What''s the time, Mr Wolf? is a great method to teach music theory to young children while simultaneously developing their musical ear. More
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Jules Hansen: Easy Theory ~ Not Specified (All Instruments)
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Publisher Alphonse Leduc

As director of the Reims National Music School, Jules Hansen''s Easy Theory is compiled with a wealth of experience and expertise.

As part of a significant catalogue of music pedagogy books, Easy Theory addresses the Key of F. With 30 pages of extensive exercises, Hansen''s Easy Theory provides beginner musicians with a detailed and progressive study of music theory. More
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Julien Falk: Complete and Progressive Technique of Harmony (Volume 1) ~ Not Specified (All Instruments)
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Publisher Alphonse Leduc

French composer Julien Falk (1902-1987) was a famous composition teacher at the Paris Conservatory. He wrote many popular theoretical music books, Complete and Progressive Technique of Harmony being no exception.

Compiled in 1969, the first volume of Falk''s Complete and Progressive Technique of Harmony addresses voice ranges, realisation of figured bass, the rules of chorale writing and the most ideal chord progressions. Moreover, Complete and Progressive Technique of Harmony includes examples of homework which have been explained and corrected, commenting on how it could have been improved. Falk''s harmony theoretical guide is essential to all musicians undergoing advanced, harmonic musical studies. More
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Music Album, They Make Music, 3 ~ Not Specified (All Instruments)
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Publisher Alphonse Leduc

They Make Music, 3 is a well-illustrated, fun workbook for children. Containing a series of practical and aesthetically pleasing activities, the exercise book enhances enjoyable learning and progression in music theory.

They Make Music is colourful, creative, easy to follow and provides a high quality start to music. Moreover, by using comparative imagery to represent sizes of instruments and shapes of notes, and the use of imaginative lyrics to convey rhythm, They Make Music is ideal and essential to young beginners showing an aptitude for music. More
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My Manuscript Paper ~ Not Specified (All Instruments)
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Publisher Alphonse Leduc

This exercise book containing large staves is essential to any instrumentalists wishing to progress in their music theory education. With two clear staves on each page, the My Manuscript Paper exercise book is suitable for children and adults alike. More
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Théodore Dubois: Treaty of Theoretical and Practical Harmony ~ Not Specified (All Instruments)
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Publisher Alphonse Leduc

At just 34 years of age, Théodore Dubois was installed as a professor of harmony at the Paris Conservatoire. Whilst much of his compositional works have disappeared from primary classical repertoire, his teaching has had a lasting influence. Having taught successful composers, including Paul Dukas, it is clear that Dubois'' Treaty of Harmony is well-informed.

This music theory study guide covers a considerable range of theoretical aspects, from the varying musical clefs to the use of pedal notes, as well many other harmonic devices with expertise. During the preface, Dubois explains the need for his book, stating that it fills the gaps in harmonic theory exercises which preceding guides had missed. With no harmonic elements left out, this Théodore Dubois theory guide is necessary to accompany all music studies. More
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Yves Callier: 29 Rhythmic Exercises ~ Not Specified (All Instruments)
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Publisher Alphonse Leduc

Yves Callier, Professor at the Marseille National Conservatoire, provides an essential rhythm guide to all musicians. Suitable for spoken, sung or played exercises, 29 Rhythmic Exercises is a useful rhythmic study series for all music students.

Callier''s volume, 29 Rhythmic Exercises, begins with a helpful glossary of unusual rhythmic devices. This is followed by 29 exercises suitable to third year music students, addressing rhythmic aspects including, triplets and sextuplets, dotted and double dotted notes, semiquavers and demisemiquavers, altering time signatures, varying tempos, irregular phrases, as well as many other complex rhythms. Callier''s 29 Rhythmic Exercises is imperative to final year music students aspiring to perfect their rhythm technique to a high standard. More
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Yves Callier: 40 Rhythmic Exercises ~ Not Specified (All Instruments)
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Publisher Alphonse Leduc

Yves Callier, Professor at the Marseille National Conservatoire, provides an essential rhythm guide for all musicians. Suitable for spoken, sung or played exercises, 40 Rhythmic Exercises is a useful rhythmic study series for all music students.

Callier''s volume, 40 Rhythmic Exercises, contains 40 exercises suitable to intermediate standard music students, addressing rhythmic aspects including triplets and sextuplets, dotted and double dotted notes, semiquavers and demisemiquavers, altering time signatures, varying tempos, irregular phrases, as well as many other complex rhythms. Callier''s 40 Rhythmic Exercises is imperative to intermediate music students aspiring to perfect their rhythm technique to a high standard. More
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Yves Le Monnier: Simultaneous Reading, for beginners (Volume 1 - Simultaneous Reading of Treble and Bass Clef) ~ Not Specified (All Instruments)
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Publisher Alphonse Leduc

Yves Le Monnier compiles Simultaneous Reading for beginners in a three volume series. The first of these, Simultaneous Reading of Treble and Bass Clef is a helpful aid for all instrumentalists.

The understanding of reading the treble and bass clefs simultaneously is imperative to the harmonic knowledge of any musician. Simultaneous Reading of Treble and Bass Clef enables students to become confident in reading both clefs, develop essential keyboard skills, understand octaves, recognise ascending and descending harmonies and comprehend all types of intervals, among other aspects. For all beginners to any instrument or voice, Yves Le Monnier''s Simultaneous Reading of Treble and Bass Clef enables students to develop and progress in their musical understanding and knowledge. More

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