ABRSM Piano Scales and Arpeggios: From 2009 (Grade 6)

Books | Piano

Publisher: ABRSM Publishing
Format: Books | Instrumental Reference

This edition contains all scales and broken chords for the revised syllabus from 2009 for the Grade 6 ABRSM Piano examination.

ISBN: 9781860969188
Published on: 03 July 2008
Language: English
Catalogue No: 9781860969188
 
     

      ABRSM Piano Scales and Arpeggios: From 2009 (Grade 6) reviews verified by reevooReevoo

      Quality of content
      9.9
      Value for money
      9.6
      Overall rating
      9.6
      Scores 9.6 out of 10 based on 8 reviews
      9 out of 10

      Jane

      Bonn Germany GB Mother of pianist
      +
      It has all the information
      It seems odd you have to buy a new one for every grade
      Confirmed purchase: 25 August 2016
      Published on: 19 September 2016
      10 out of 10

      Janet

      GB
      +
      Straightforward information. No need to search for anything. Up to date and clear.
      Reviewer left no comment
      Confirmed purchase: 06 May 2015
      Published on: 21 May 2015
      8 out of 10

      Dafydd

      Colwyn Bay GB
      +
      well organized and clear
      none
      Confirmed purchase: 02 March 2015
      Published on: 16 March 2015

      Musicroom Reviews

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      5
      a very useful guide to use for preparing for examinations
      Anonymous - (merthyr tydfil, United Kingdom)
      5
      Clear and concise, a great work book.
      Anonymous - (Yeovil, United Kingdom)
      5
      Very good and easy to overlook.
      Anonymous - (Richmond, United Kingdom)
      5
      As expected!
      Anonymous - (Solihull, United Kingdom)
      4
      Straightforward, easy to use, good layout. All you want from a scale book.
      Anonymous - (Ramsey, United Kingdom)
      5
      Your students won't go wrong if they follow this book, all the requirements are here to be worked through systematically.
      Anonymous - (Hailsham, United Kingdom)
      5
      Scales and arpeggios ~ you either love em or hate em ~ either way they make for a more proficient pianist!!
      Anonymous - (Northwich, United Kingdom)