Paul Harris: Improve Your Sight-Reading! - Grade 1 Violin

Books | Violin

Publisher: Faber Music
Format: Books | Instrumental Tutor

A workbook for examinations including over 100 practice tests for Associated Board exams, supporting the new syllabus requirements from 2012.

The ability to sight-read fluently is a vital skill, enabling you to learn new pieces more quickly and play with other musicians. The best-selling Improve your sight-reading! series, by renowned educationalist Paul Harris, is designed to help you overcome all your sight-reading problems, especially in the context of graded exams.

Step by step you build up a complete picture of each piece, firstly through rhythmic and melodic exercises related to a specific technical issues, then by studying prepared pieces with associated questions, and finally 'going solo' with a series of meticulously graded sight-reading pieces.

This new edition has been devised to support the revised sight-reading criteria from the ABRSM from 2012.

Paul Harris is one of the most respected music educationalists, known for his innovative Simultaneously Learning approach. He has over 500 publications to his name including the highly-acclaimed Improve your teaching!, Improve your scales!, Improve your Aural, and Improve your Practice! series. Paul writes frequently on music education and is in great demand as a workshop and seminar leader around the world.

Published on: 30 September 2011
No of pages: 24
Language: English
Catalogue No: 0571536212
 
     
       
         

          Paul Harris: Improve Your Sight-Reading! - Grade 1 Violin (2012 Edition) reviews verified by reevooReevoo

          Easy to read
          9.7
          Quality of content
          9.3
          Value for money
          8.3
          Overall rating
          9.3
          Scores 9.3 out of 10 based on 3 reviews

          Musicroom Reviews

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          5
          My son's violin teacher recommended this series of books and they are really good. The excercises build up and focus on different elements of playing which gave my son confidence he can do sight reading which was reflected in his exam result.
          Anonymous - (Stafford, United Kingdom)