Concepts extend to chord inversions, the octave, and 16th note patterns. Occasional Rhythm Road exercises invite tapping and writing work. With 38 pages of large-sized staffs, teachers and students have plenty of room for writing assignments and exploring composition. But there is more to this handy book than simply blank staffs. Students receive extra support from an eight-page reference section covering note values, essential musical terms, staff orientation, how to draw clefs, and a simple introduction to composing with patterns.mat.tradetoolsfx.com/includes/151.php
The Faber Pocket Guide to Handel by Edward Blakeman
At the back of the book teachers will find two pages of detailed assignment ideas for use in the lesson or at home. A step-by-step guide to harmony and theory for every musician, it includes thorough, yet to easy-to-understand analysis of: intervals, rhythms, scales, chords, key signatures, transposition, chord inversion, key centers, harmonizing the major and minor scales, extended chords, modulation and much more.
Unable to find what he considered a suitable text, he wrote his own, honing it through practical classroom experience. This book is designed for anyone wishing to expand their knowledge of music theory, whether beginner or more advanced. The first two chapters deal withmusic fundamentals, and may be skipped by those with music reading expe rience.
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Each chapter contains many examples that clearly illustrate the concepts presented. Written exercises at the end of each chapter allow the reader to test and apply their knowledge. Topics include: basic music-reading instruction; triads in root position; triads in inversion; cadences; non-harmonic tones; the dominant seventh chord; other seventh chords; and more. Part 2 - Chromatic introduces readers to modulation and more advanced harmonies, covering: secondary dominants; borrowed chords; the Neapolitan 6th chord; augmented 6th chords; 9th, 11th and 13th chords; and more.
In addition to text, the book features many musical examples that illustrate the concepts, and exercises that allow readers to test and apply their knowledge. Perfect for a student, an amateur pianist, and cozy family sing-alongs. This recently updated edition features lyrics, as well as the original illustrations by George Williams. Our Teaching Little Fingers series successfully encourages advancement and also provides delightful recital material!
The Faber Pocket Guide to Handel
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A larger-than-life figure in his time, Handel's reputation has been less than steady since his death in Was he in the words of Berlioz just 'a great barrel of pork and beer', or as Handel himself claimed truly 'the master of us all'? Now, more than years after his death, there is more interest in Handel than ever before, with his operas such as Rinaldo and Agrippina experiencing fantastic renewed popularity. This lively Pocket Guide goes in search of the composer who wrote the Messiah , Water Music - and much more.
Handy for browsing and reference, key features include: - Handel's life: year by year - Handel's operas: a complete guide - Essential Handel - Picturing Handel - Handel on CD and DVD - Handel Online Edward Blakeman assesses how Handel's works have stood the test of time and why they can still speak thrillingly to us today.
With recommendations throughout for listening, further reading, and web surfing, this is the ideal guide for music lovers who want to discover the great composer for themselves. Currently out of stock Delivery Days.
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