Ying Ying Ng: Music Theory For Young Musicians - Grade 5 (Poco UK Edition)

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Publisher: Alfred Publishing
Format: Books | Theory

Music Theory For Young Musicians covers all aspects of the Associated Board's theory syllabus for Grades 1-5.

This Poco UK Edition of the book for Grade 5 covers:


  • Tenor clef
  • Irregular time signatures (5/4, 7/4, 5/8, 7/8)
  • Major and minor scales (up to 6 sharps and flats)
  • Transposition
  • SATB in short and open score
  • Irregular time divisions (quintuplet, sextuplet, septuplet, nontuplet)
  • Intervals (simple, compound)
  • Identifying chords (I, II, IV and V in root position, 1st inversion and 2nd inversion)
  • Chords at cadence points
  • Composing a melody
  • Ornaments and repetitions
  • Instruments with illustrations
  • Performance directions (Grade 5)
  • General exercises (Grade 5)


ISBN: 9789671000359
Published on: 28 January 2015
No of pages: 72
Language: English
Catalogue No: 9834304803
 
     
       

        Ying Ying Ng: Music Theory For Young Musicians - Grade 5 (Poco UK Edition) reviews verified by reevooReevoo

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

        Euan

        hertford herts GB
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        I have been looking around for theory resources to use for the young musician.
        I have used ABRSM books/papers for years but these are not attractive to
        young musicians. Ying Ying Ng's books are well laid out and they move gently
        towards the ABRSM Grade Theory Exams.
        I have only just started to use the books so no comments as yet.
        Confirmed purchase: 30 January 2017
        Published on: 13 February 2017
        10 out of 10

        Feruza

        South-east London GB Piano teacher
        +
        Very very good book, highly recommend it.
        Excellent explanation, good range of explanation
        Reviewer left no comment
        Confirmed purchase: 01 December 2015
        Published on: 30 March 2016