ROYAL IRISH ACADEMY OF MUSIC
Music Workout Grade 7: Music Theory Workbook
- Exercises introduce key new elements encountered at RIAM Grade VII level
- Includes sections on Sight-singing, Score-reading, Harmonic Analysis, and Aural & Visual observation.
- Perfect for preparing for any kind of music theory exam
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RIAM (Royal Irish Academy of Music) - Music Workout Grade 7: Music Theory Workbook
Music Workout by Jean Archibald and Bernadette Marmion is a series of nine theory workbooks based on the syllabus of the Local Centre examinations in Theory.
Each workbook ( Preparatory to Grade 8 ) includes detailed explanatory notes; books for the earlier grades are based on a 'Topic-per-Page' format. Exercises in sight-singing and rhythmic clapping form an integral part of each workbook and are included to develop the aural and written skills side by side. This material also provides useful preparation for the 'reading' elements of the new Aural Tests programme.
This course is planned to provide a foundation for the study of Musicianship and to ensure a thorough grasp of music literacy, and is suitable for use by students following any music programme.
The Music Workout series of books has been written and designed to provide a foundation for the study of Musicianship. It has also been created to ensure a thorough grasp of the music literacy. The book has a "Topic-per-Page" system which makes it easy to follow for students taking their next steps in music theory, and each book includes innovative rhythm clapping, sight singing and tests at the end of each chapter.
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