This book is part of a series that is designed specifically for students of 'popular' music. All topics are covered in a way that is directly relevant to the music played, with the focus very much upon how to apply theoretical knowledge in a practical music-making context. The series aims to help the user gain London College of Music Grade Examinations in Popular Music Theory. As well as helping to pass the exams, the series aims to improve general musicianship as well.Section Five - sample answers Section One - scales and keys [Max. 40 marks] ... 5th A7. Cmaj7 Section Three - rhythm notation [Max. 13 marks] Al . Eighth note ( or quaver) A2. Half note (or minim) A3. A4 m A6. ... 12 marks] Al . Ringo Starr A3.
|Title||:||Popular Music Theory, Grade 1|
|Author||:||Camilla Sheldon, Tony Skinner|
|Publisher||:||Registry Publications Ltd - 2001-01-01|