RIAM Music Workout Preparatory
From the Royal Irish Academy of Music the RIAM Music Workout Preparatory by Jean Archibald and Bernadette Marmion, is part of a series of nine theory workbooks based on the syllabus of the Royal Irish Academy of Music’s Local Centre examinations in Theory. Each workbook (Preparatory to Grade 8) includes detailed explanatory notes. Exercises in sight-singing and rhythmic clapping are also included to develop aural and written skills side by side. Finally, the material provides useful preparation for the ‘reading’ elements of the Aural Tests programme.
RIAM Music Workout Preparatory Features:
- Exercises introduce key new elements encountered at RIAM Elementary, Preliminary, and Primary levels
- Includes explanatory notes in an easy-to-understand format
- Perfect for preparing for any kind of music theory exam
The Royal Irish Academy of Music is a home of musical excellence and dynamism, a place of teaching and learning which consistently achieves its objective of transmitting and maintaining the highest standards of performance and appreciation in all musical disciplines. Founded in 1848 the Academy is Ireland’s oldest musical institution.
As a national thirty-two county institution, the Academy embodies and reflects the traditions and heritage of Irish musicianship. The Teaching Staff includes many international and national prizewinners, members of the National Symphony Orchestra of Ireland and the RTÉ Concert Orchestra and many individuals whose names have become synonymous with music education in Ireland.
With the resources of such talents at its disposal, it is no wonder that the Academy’s students have been accepted for further study at the most prestigious music institutions around the world from the Juilliard School in New York to the Royal Academy of Music in London. Today, with recently established higher education courses, the Academy is in turn able to offer the finest Irish musical training to students from all corners of the world.
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