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Improve Your Aural! Grade 1 -

Improve Your Aural! Grade 1

By Paul Harris, John Lenehan

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The very thought of aural, especially in examinations, strikes fear into the heart of many young pianists and instrumentalists. But aural should not be an occasional optional extra, it's something to be developing all the time, because having a good ear will help you to improve as a musician more than any other single musical skill. Improve your Aural! Is designed to take the fear out of aural. Through fun listening activities, boxes to fill in and practice exercises, this workbook with CD focuses on all the elements of the aural test. And because all aspects of musical training are of course connected, a range of interconnected activities are included to help develop the ear including singing, clapping, playing your instrument, writing music down, improvising and composing. This new edition of this popular series supports new ABRSM syllabus requirements from 2010, ensuring success in the aural test of graded exams. All the answers for Improve Your Aural! Grade 1 are provided on the last page of the physical book.

Product code: 9780571534388

ISBN 9780571534388
No. Of Pages 16
Publisher Faber Music Ltd
Edition New edition
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H305xW229
Series Improve Your Aural!
Improve your Aural! Is designed to take the fear out of aural. Through fun listening activities, boxes to fill in and practice exercises, this workbook with CD focuses on all the elements of the aural test. This new edition of this popular series supports new ABRSM syllabus requirements from 2010, ensuring success in the aural test of graded exams.