Rockschool Piano - Grade 1

Books and Digital Audio | Piano

Catalogue No: RSK200002
Format: Books | Instrumental Tutor

Rockschool Piano is the essential syllabus for any aspiring contemporary pianists. Building on Rockschool's long standing tradition of industry relevant, musically rigorous syllabi, the Grade 1 book has been designed to provide both teacher and student with a diverse range of repertoire, a truly innovative range of supporting tests and a vast array of backing tracks and audio examples.

 
The six pieces of repertoire include songs by Adele, The Beatles and Emeli Sandé
 
Other features include:
 
  • Professionally recorded backing tracks for pieces and supporting tests
  • Fact files for each track
  • Examples of the Ear Test, Technical Exercises, Sight Reading and Improvisation & Interpretation sections of the exam
  • Downloadable audio
 

Find out more about Rockschool Piano grades at: https://www.rslawards.com/piano

 
Rockschool 2015 Piano is fully accredited by all four UK regulators and offers UCAS points at Grades 6, 7 & 8. Discover more about Rockschool's accreditation status: https://www.rslawards.com/about-us
 
ISBN: 9781908920812
Skill Level: Easy Explain this
Published on: 07 September 2015
Language: English
Publisher: Rockschool Ltd.
 
     

      Rockschool: Piano - Grade 1 reviews verified by reevooReevoo

      Quality of content
      8.0
      Value for money
      7.0
      Overall rating
      7.0
      Scores 7.0 out of 10 based on 1 review
      7 out of 10

      Tracey

      Portsmouth GB Piano teacher
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      Lovely printing. Very clear and easy to read. Still getting used to the pieces but the pupils who have looked at it appear to be quite keen on the choice of music. It looks like an exciting alternative for standard piano exams. I also like the emphasis on learning rhythms.
      I'm just not convinced (at the moment) that it would help with improvisation. As I haven't had much time to look at it this is my first impressions.
      Confirmed purchase: 08 October 2015
      Published on: 28 October 2015

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