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Improve your theory! Grade 4

Theory Workbook | Tuition

COMPOSER: Paul Harris
PUBLISHER: Faber Music
PRODUCT FORMAT: Theory Workbook
Improve Your Theory! Grades 1 - 5 are the latest additions to the bestselling 'Improve your - ' series by Paul Harris . This theory workbook takes students through every aspect of music theory covered inthe grade 4 ABRSM examination. Firmly rooted in Paul Harris ' Simultaneous Learning approach,
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Composer Paul Harris
Publisher Faber Music
Product Format Theory Workbook
Genre Theory
Year of Publication 2015
Grade of Difficulty 4
ISBN 9780571538645
Instrumentation Workbooks
No. FAB0571538649
Number of pages 56
Composer Paul Harris
Description
Improve Your Theory! Grades 1 - 5 are the latest additions to the bestselling 'Improve your - ' series by Paul Harris. This theory workbook takes students through every aspect of music theory covered inthe grade 4 ABRSM examination.

Firmly rooted in Paul Harris' Simultaneous Learning approach, it will transform how music theory is taught and learnt, improving every aspect of musicianship along the way. Neverbefore has theory been so fun or seemed so natural!

  • Handy fact files that cover different areas of music theory.
  • Practice questions to help students prepare for examinations.
  • Fun games and quizzestoengage students and offer new and interesting ways to tackle difficult concepts.
  • Questions that connect theory directly with pupils' own pieces - allowing them to discover the links between music in theory and music inpractice.
  • Opportunities for composing, improvising, aural and listening activities, all carefully devised to consolidate musical understanding.

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