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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 5 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.
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"This book is really an excellent book for those who are preparing for grade 5 music theory it provide lots of exercises. Its exercises are so close to those on the exam paper. It is really worthy, together with "The AB guide to music theory, part I" make perfect harmony."
"I am a piano student from Italy on my way to a professional career. A few years ago I took the music theory diploma from the local conservatory. I was very disappointed with the exam that I just finished because of the “unmusical” way the course was organized. Recently I discovered the ABRSM 8 “Music Theory in Practice” books, and I looked carefully at the Grade 5 book, since it is the equivalent of my exam. I was pleasantly amazed at the enthusiasm that this book can inspire for its creative and efficient way in which is built; thanks to the gradually growing complexity of the course, you feel like getting into a journey to always more difficult elements to master the music itself, not an abstract one, but a practical one, very useful to understand what you are playing. All this, aside from letting you learn a music theory that will have pratical usefulness, will make you feel a bit more of a musician, and not only learn mere notions! The working suggestions and the exercises really make this book an excellent tool for learning which separates itself from the endless educational universe. Grazie! "