The volumes in this series provide much useful practice material for candidates preparing for ABRSM exams. At each grade a number of tests are provided, each representative of the technical level expected in the examination and exploring a variety of keys, styles and moods.
Author: Peter Aston
Publisher: Associated Board of the Royal School of Music
Release Date: 1992
Genre: Music theory
Builds on work covered in the first five volumes of Music Theory in Practice, looking further into the workings of tonal harmony and introducing students to melodic composition outside the tonal system. Covers all aspects of the Grade 6 Theory of Music exam.
This is Nigel Hess's own arrangement of the main theme from his film score to Ladies in Lavender, the 2004 feature film directed by Charles Dance and starring Dame Judi Dench and Dame Maggie Smith. This is of easy to intermediate level of difficulty, arranged for cello with piano accompaniment.
Firmly rooted in Paul Harris's Simultaneous Learning approach, this new edition of Improve Your Sight-Reading! Flute, Grades 6--8 is designed to help overcome all the stumbling blocks to successful sight-reading. Step by step you will build up a complete picture of each piece, first through rhythmic, melodic, and technical exercises, then by studying prepared pieces, and finally going solo with a series of meticulously graded sight-reading pieces. This new edition of the best-selling Improve Your Sight-Reading! series contains completely new material throughout and has been brought up to date to match the latest ABRSM sight-reading criteria.
This is a collection of progressive studies for unaccompanied flute. The studies aim to explore different aspects of the flautist's technique through the grades and include a mix of articulations, speeds, time signatures and rhythms to provide a varied repertoire. Book 1 contains 30 studies.