ABRSM Music Theory In Practice Grade 1
Eric Taylor’s ABRSM Music Theory In Practice Grade 1 is part of a series which 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 the Associated Board’s Grade One 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.
ABRSM is the UK’s largest music education body, one of its largest music publishers and the world’s leading provider of music exams, holding over 650,000 assessments in more than 90 countries every year. As a registered charity, we also make significant donations towards music education initiatives around the world.
Founded in 1889, we have a long history but our mission has stayed the same: to nurture a love for music, and to inspire achievement in it. At ABRSM, we believe that everyone, wherever they’re from, should have access to high-quality music-learning.
Our partnership work is never one-off – we build long-lasting relationships and support ongoing projects. We advocate for music, playing our part to ensure the future of music education and its place in society. Working towards this goal for over a century means that we’re a trusted voice at a boardroom table as well as on a concert stage.
Led by our governing body our staff members, examiners and volunteers work with passion and dedication to make learning music what it should always be: a joyous and life-enriching experience.
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