Music Theory In a Nutshell Grades 1-5

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Catalogue No: 1898771170
Format: Books | Theory
This book is an essential reference for anyone learning to sing or play an instrument, studying the theory of music or revising for examinations. You can look up key signatures, major and minor scales, intervals, ornaments and instruments of the orchestra. It is also a great help with writing rhythms and composing melodies. Two of the sections at the end of the book cover the key French, German and Italian words needed for grades 1-5.
  • Attractive layout with clear examples and illustrations.
  • All major and minor scales ascending and descending.
  • Ornaments explained with easy-to-follow examples.
  • A guide to writing rhythms and composing melodies.
  • A comprehensive list of musical terms and signs.
ISBN: 9781898771173
Published on: 11 July 2002
No of pages: 64
Language: English
 
     
       

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        4
        A good guide to music theory. A little dull in places but, most of the time, it gets the points over very well.
        Anonymous - (Scunthorpe, United Kingdom)
        5
        A very concise easy to carry around aid memoire for the theory of music through grades 1-5. Full of information which helps students to learn the basics. Appropriate for all ages.
        Anonymous - (Sidmouth, United Kingdom)
        4
        This is a handy, short guide to music theory. However, because it is so short, I found that it didn't explain somethings fully. Used with another theory book, it's excellent; ie once you have an idea of the theory, this is a very quick and easy memory aid. I like the pictures and the visual layout- a good book to have.
        Anonymous - (Ashford, United Kingdom)
        4
        A very comprehensive and interesting book. I am a mature student learning the theory of music from scratch and as sight reading is an important skill was keen to approach this in as many straightforward ways as possible. I have only skimmed the book,but find it easy to read and given time and effort on my part I am sure it will support my skill development. It does require a level of musicality and knowledge so is not for beginners.
        Anonymous - (Sidmouth, United Kingdom)

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