My First Theory Book


Publisher: Faber Music
Author: Lina Ng
Format: Books | Theory

My First Theory Book by Lina Ng is the first workbook in a series of three, designed to offer a smooth transition to Grade 1 Theory.

There are plenty of exercises and games to encourage a wider understanding of music, even at the very early stages of learning. Included within this first book are exercises in writing treble and bass clefs, note names and counting, time signatures, the piano keyboard, writing notes in treble clef, writing notes in bass clef, rests, accidentals, stem positions, time signatures, completing bars with missing notes, completing bars with missing rand games.

My Second Theory Book and My Third Theory Book are also available, as is a series of five books in the Theory Made Easy series.

ISBN: 9789679854411
Skill Level: Beginner Explain this
Published on: 12 May 2005
No of pages: 32
Language: English
Catalogue No: MPM300201

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        Scores 9.6 out of 10 based on 15 reviews
        10 out of 10


        Excellent as a gentle introduction for year 1 & 2 children. Reinforces work covered in the lesson.
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        Confirmed purchase: 17 July 2018
        Published on: 31 July 2018

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        10 out of 10


        Ayrshire GB a silver surfer and
        It's all fun to do I have bought it for all 3 grandchildren as they started piano lessons
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        Confirmed purchase: 17 November 2017
        Published on: 02 December 2017
        10 out of 10


        Inverclyde GB
        Lots of interesting pages visually. Unusual games.
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        Confirmed purchase: 29 August 2017
        Published on: 14 September 2017

        Musicroom Reviews

        An excellent book - very well written and a fun way for children to learn music theory.
        Anonymous - (Woking, United Kingdom)
        Really good first theory book for young children. Illustrated especially to appeal to children. My pupils love doing their theory homework!
        Anonymous - (Wakefield, United Kingdom)
        I never have any problem getting my piano students to do their theory homework when we're using Lina Ng's books, they are brilliant!
        Anonymous - (London, United Kingdom)
        Excellent and fun introduction to theory for young music students. I use this book all the time with my students with great results.
        Anonymous - (Birmingham, United Kingdom)
        This set of theory books is a brilliant introduction to theory for younger kids. It's fun layout makes it anfeel like a game rather than 'boring' theory work.
        Anonymous - (Ballymena, United Kingdom)
        Excellent theory book for beginners at piano with lots of practice on notes around middle C. Easy to follow, reinforces notation learnt in first lessons.
        Anonymous - (Altrincham, United Kingdom)
        I love it! Some worksheets I am so excited for it to be my homework! Some worksheets are so fun and exciting!
        Anonymous - (FELTHAM, United Kingdom)
        Brilliant workbook. My pupil could not wait to complete lots of pages in the work book great for exams. Learning Theory can be fun to any child as I have had confirmed!
        Anonymous - (Preston, United Kingdom)
        A fantastic starter book into theory. I always use this series alongside piano lessons.
        Anonymous - (Billingshurst, United Kingdom)
        An excellent theory book which younger children can actually understand - and enjoy!
        Anonymous - (Oxfordshire, United Kingdom)
        I like this series of book. They are aimed at young children as they are nice and colourful and simple.
        Anonymous - (Frodsham, United Kingdom)
        A great book for helping kids to understand the notes they're playing better.
        Anonymous - (UK)
        The book is very good. Unfortunately it was too simple for our needs. Hence the subsequent purchase of the two Eric Taylor volumes.
        Anonymous - (Amlwch, United Kingdom)

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