Theory Of Music Made Easy: Grade 1


Catalogue No: MPT300301
Format: Books | Theory
This series is designed to prepare musicians for exams. Information is presented in bitesize sections, and each volume builds on the work of the last. This book presents the rudiments of theory divided into short chapters. There are revision chapters, covering two topics at one time. The book is interspersed with cheerful illustrations, making learning more fun.
ISBN: 9789679852936
Skill Level: Easy Explain this
Published on: 16 May 2003
No of pages: 48
Language: English
Publisher: Faber Music

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        Scores 9.1 out of 10 based on 7 reviews
        9 out of 10


        High Wycombe GB Enthusiastic intrumental teacher
        This book is clearly set out and is not as scary to approach for younger students (or adults) who are not so confident with music theory.
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        Confirmed purchase: 12 August 2016
        Published on: 07 October 2016
        9 out of 10


        Shropshire GB No thank you.
        Nice bright format covering theory well.
        Sometimes have to read through very carefully to see exactly what is required.
        Confirmed purchase: 14 September 2016
        Published on: 29 September 2016
        9 out of 10


        high Wycombe GB Enthusiastic Private Intrumental Teacher
        I prefer this book to other Graded Theory work books I have used in the past. It is more 'friendly' on the eye for pupils who are less academic.
        Some are only a few questions that are a little strange in their set-up, but not really a problem.
        Confirmed purchase: 06 October 2015
        Published on: 26 February 2016

        Musicroom Reviews

        As a teacher of music in UK primary and middle schools for nearly 30 years, I feel compelled to say how I relieved and delighted I am to find Lina Ng's theory workbooks. They are not only progressive but clearly laid out too. Also, they are totally uncluttered with explanatory text which could be well above the normal reading age of my pupils. Thank you.
        Anonymous - (HUDDERSFIELD, United Kingdom)
        Sensible approach, well laid out, enjoyed by pupils.
        Anonymous - (Bedford, United Kingdom)
        Great book with exercises for younger students to complete. Increases confidence of note reading, timesignatures, scales, have used this book regularly, hard to find anything better for younger students.
        Anonymous - (Spalding,, United Kingdom)
        Lina Ng's theory books are so well written that they enable pupils to learn music theory in a fun and entertaining way.
        Anonymous - (Woking, United Kingdom)
        The best theory book I have found so far :)
        Anonymous - (Bristol, United Kingdom)
        Stickers in the volumes for little children make a compulsive start for any beginner in theory and the fun ideas and games keep them hooked from grade to grade. It includes some recognition of piano keys which non-pianists could leave out - but otherwise appeals to all: glad they've updated the cover so my older pupils won't feel they're too babyish! How about an online website with interactive games from Lina Ng ??? Now that'd be worth subscribing to !! %) !!
        Anonymous - (Sutton, United Kingdom)
        This book has totally changed the way pupils view theory-it's no longer something to make them do-they choose to do it and sometimes ask specifically for theory to do!! Wonderful.
        Anonymous - (Worcester, United Kingdom)
        My daughter has enjoyed this book and has learned a lot from it. It is less dry than the ABRSM books and includes the information that you need to answer the questions, so you don't need to work with a separate guide as you do with ABRSM.
        Anonymous - (Penrith, United Kingdom)

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