Alan Bullard: Joining The Dots - Book 6

Books | Piano, Keyboard

Publisher: ABRSM Publishing
Composer: Alan Bullard
Format: Sheet Music | Instrumental Album

The eight books in Alan Bullard's Joining The Dots series cover the requirements for ABRSM’s sight-reading tests at each of Grades 1 to 8.

This volume for Grade 6 includes:

  • Many short, characterful pieces to sight-read, in a range of approachable musical styles.
  • Warm-up and technical exercises, to establish basic hand shapes and finger patterns within each key.
  • Simple musicianship exercises in which students can explore ideas and familiarize themselves further with the ‘feel’ of each key.
  • Longer solo pieces and a duet, for additional sight-reading practice or to learn quickly and play through for fun.

ISBN: 9781848495746
Skill Level: Intermediate Explain this
Published on: 27 August 2014
No of pages: 48
Language: English
Catalogue No: 9781848495746

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        Scores 9.0 out of 10 based on 4 reviews
        10 out of 10


        Penmaenmawr, North Wales GB piano teacher, performer
        Whole sections of pieces in the same key, based on fragments of scale and arpeggio, so useful to train a student's way of thinking in a key. And the transposition is splendid practice for me too!
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        Confirmed purchase: 12 October 2017
        Published on: 03 November 2017
        9 out of 10


        Coleford GB
        imaginative and inspiring music presented in an attractive way with varied exercises. I like the way each key is brought to the student's attention and linked with scales and arpeggi.
        Not really a criticism but I wonder if more focus on rhythm would have been useful?
        Confirmed purchase: 29 December 2014
        Published on: 22 January 2015
        7 out of 10


        Lewes GB
        Challenging examples means one has to really focus but makes progress.
        Reviewer left no comment
        Confirmed purchase: 22 October 2014
        Published on: 05 November 2014

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