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Why Bother With Music Theory?

Do you know it saddens me! Recently, options have been given to divert around the need for Music...
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What to Listen For in Music

A book I enjoyed reading while studying music at college is Aaron Copland's 'What to Listen For...
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What is Music Theory and why take the exams?

Some students shy away from taking Music Theory exams, even to the extent of switching exam...
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The AB Guide to Music Theory

As a tutor, students or parents often ask me what is the most useful book to use. There are...

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  • Why Bother With Music Theory?

    Ian Anderson Music Theory Exams Tutor (Croydon) Picture Do you know it saddens me! Recently, options have been given to divert around the need for Music Theory development. The need for ABRSM Grade 5 theory (or higher) seems diminished with availability in alternatives such as Jazz exams or even jumping onto the Trinity syllabus for higher grades....
  • Are Music Theory Exams A Waste Of Time?

    Fiona Asbury Music Theory Exams Tutor (Bromley) Picture After many years of teaching various woodwind instruments using the ABRSM syllabus, pupils would always reach the inevitable "brick wall" of the dreaded Grade 5 Music Theory Exam! In some cases this could even deter students from continuing on an instrument altogether, which is a huge shame....
  • A Great Book Which Brings Music Theory To Life

    ABC Piano Music Theory Exams Tutor (North London) Picture How often does a student say to you that theory is boring, or that they wish they had spent more time learning theory as a child? This fun book with a fresh approach is for you. "All About Music Theory" by Mark Harrison has a vibrant, new-take on music theory which brings the subject to life...

 

  • What is Music Theory and why take the exams?

    Avelia Moisey Music Theory Exams Tutor (Luton) Picture Some students shy away from taking Music Theory exams, even to the extent of switching exam boards to avoid the necessity.  Whilst both ABRSM and Trinity have their merits, it seems a shame that a fear of music theory would be the sole reason to change boards. There is really no reason to be...
  • Note reading

    Gwenllian Llyr Music Theory Exams Tutor (Bromley) Picture Many students struggle with note reading, which can really hamper their development as a musician. In the first instance, many depend on their ear or muscle memory. These are great things to develop, but neglecting the note-reading aspect of music making will hinder their progress in the long...
  • What to Listen For in Music

    Anthony Esland Music Theory Exams Tutor (Tonbridge) Picture A book I enjoyed reading while studying music at college is Aaron Copland's 'What to Listen For in Music', published by Signet Classics. It's a wonderful insight into classical music by a master composer of the 20th century and is written in an approachable, easy-going style - highly recommended!