My Third Theory Book

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Catalogue No: MPM300203
Format: Books | Theory

My Third Theory Book by Lina Ng is the third 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 third book are exercises in basic revision of material learnt in the two previous books, black notes, semitones, tones, dotted notes, key signatures, scales, position of stems, basic transposition, double note values, half note values, tonic triads, tests and games.

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

ISBN: 9789679854435
Skill Level: Beginner Explain this
Published on: 12 May 2005
No of pages: 32
Language: English
Publisher: Faber Music
 
     
       

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        Easy to read
        8.8
        Quality of content
        8.5
        Value for money
        8.8
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        Scores 8.8 out of 10 based on 5 reviews
        10 out of 10

        Teresa

        GB Piano teacher
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        Nice layout for younger learners
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        Confirmed purchase: 04 September 2015
        Published on: 18 September 2015
        10 out of 10

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        Very informative and easy to follow
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        5
        I love this series of theory books! It manages to do the near impossible - make theory fun.
        Anonymous - (Caernarfon, United Kingdom)
        5
        Excellent for the young student.
        Anonymous - (Aylesbury, United Kingdom)
        5
        I like the worksheets and I am still using My Third Theory Book right now.
        Anonymous - (FELTHAM, United Kingdom)
        5
        interesting pictures and games, that make theory more attractive to children
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