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Improve your theory! Grade 1 (All Instruments)

Paul Harris

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***Winner of Best Print Resource 2016 at the Music Teacher Awards for Excellence***

Improve your theory! Grades 1–5 are the latest additions to the bestselling ‘Improve your …’ series by Paul Harris. This theory workbook takes students through every aspect of music theory covered in the grade 1 ABRSM examination. Firmly rooted in Paul Harris’s Simultaneous Learning approach, it will transform how music theory is taught and learnt, improving every aspect of musicianship along the way. Never before has theory been so fun or seemed so natural!

  • Handy fact files that cover different areas of music theory
  • Practice questions to help students prepare for examinations
  • Fun games and quizzes to engage students and offer new and interesting ways to tackle difficult concepts
  • Questions that connect theory directly with pupils’ own pieces – allowing them to discover the links between music in theory and music in practice.

*** Download the Improve your theory! Grade 1 answers and audio tracks here ***


Publisher: Faber Music

ISBN: 0571538614

Item Code: 0571538614

Price:£3.99 £3.39
Availability:In stock Territory restrictions apply, see Add. Info

Genre(s): Educational

Language: English

Grade(s): Grade 1

Series: Improve your theory

Exam Board: ABRSM

Territories: Item available Worldwide

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In my opinion, Paul Harris has once again succeeded in proving the benefits of his “simultaneous learning” approach. These are publications which fit with a style of learning that today’s students are far more likely to engage with. That he managed this within the constraints of a dated exam syllabus just adds to his achievement. Paul has done us all a huge service by demonstrating that we can properly realise the true purpose of teaching music theory by making it interesting, useful and – above all – genuinely relevant to a player’s musical learning. Viewed in this context ‘Improve your Theory’ is not simply a triumph, it is a revolution.

Andrew Eales, Pianodao (Online Blog)