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The Music Theory in Practice series has helped more than one million musicians worldwide to learn about the notation and theory of music.
Now fully revised, this workbook remains the best way to prepare for ABRSM's Grade 1 Theory of Music Exam, offering:
• a clear explanation of music notation • straightforward language throughout • many worked examples and practice exercises • definitions of important words and concepts • specimen exam questions • helpful tips for students
As well as supporting the ABRSM theory syllabus, this workbook also provides an excellent resource for anyone wishing to develop general music literacy skills.
"I have recently entered my first theory student for her Grade 1 theory exam, and have used this book as the basis for her lessons. As a new teacher, I was quite nervous about teaching theory and worried that I would not be able to relate the information to my student in a concise and thorough way. However, by using this book, both my student and I found the material simple and straightforward. Eric Taylor explains music theory in a common-sense way, avoiding unnecessary jargon and confusing academic writing. The book covers everything that a student needs to know to succeed at their exam, and most importantly, makes it fun to learn. Used along with the model answers book, Music Theory in Practice gives each candidate an excellent foundation for their musical education."