Trinity College London: Theory Of Music Workbook - From 2007 (Grade 1)


Catalogue No: TG006509
Format: Books | Theory

Theory of Music Workbook for Trinity College London written examinations, containing all requirements for examinations from 2007 for Grade 1. Includes: Information for teachers; Hints for candidates; Tips on learning to write music accurately & clearly; Inform

ISBN: 9790570380251
Language: English

      Trinity Guildhall: Theory Of Music Workbook - From 2007 (Grade 1) reviews verified by reevooReevoo

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      Scores 9.7 out of 10 based on 11 reviews
      10 out of 10


      Wesham GB Composer, teacher
      Clear, well presented
      Confirmed purchase: 22 August 2017
      Published on: 05 September 2017
      10 out of 10


      Ballymoney GB Music teacher
      A brilliant book. Everything explained well with the first example done for you.
      Reviewer left no comment
      Confirmed purchase: 18 January 2017
      Published on: 08 February 2017
      9 out of 10

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      GB Nothing
      Clearly written
      Reviewer left no comment
      Confirmed purchase: 01 September 2015
      Published on: 15 September 2015

      Musicroom Reviews

      Without a doubt, all my pupils prefer the Trinity Guildhall theory books to the rather outdated AB ones. Well laid out and clearly presented. Excellent!
      Anonymous - (Cheadle, United Kingdom)
      I like the clarity and less patronising nature of this range of books. They are clear, but would also suit an older learner. the only thing I feel that the book lacks is enough practice parts to make sure each e=section is really understood.
      Anonymous - (Faversham, United Kingdom)
      These theory books are so much better in clarity and presentation than the alternative board..would recommend!
      Anonymous - (Cheadle, United Kingdom)
      I have just switched to these books from the ABRSM ones, and will never go back! They are very clear, explanations are generally easy to follow, there is more practise on the tricky bits, e.g. grouping, and the layout is much more appealing. They are still a little biased towards pianists (maybe that's inevitable), but much less so than other books. There are also handy little touches, hints and tips, and, for example, a keyboard and terminology list inside the back cover. My pupils are not only doing much better with these books, but also enjoying them a lot more. They are obviously very well thought through, and I thoroughly recommend them.
      Anonymous - (Worcestershire, United Kingdom)
      Excellent theory book, including clear explanations of why things are done this way. The children using these books with me so far find them far more user friendly than the AB ones.
      Anonymous - (Faversham, United Kingdom)
      This is an excellent workbook. I love the layout. Clear explanations with hand tip boxes. Colourful and fun to use. Excellent alround.
      Anonymous - (Wirral, United Kingdom)