Aural Training In Practice: Book 2 - Grades 4-5 (Book/CD)

CD y Libro

Editorial: ABRSM Publishing
Formato: Libros | Aural

Aural Training in Practice offers valuable support to teachers preparing students for ABRSM Practical exams. The three volumes, covering Grades 1-3, Grades 4 & 5 and Grades 6-8, provide:

  • information on what each test involves and what the examiner is looking for
  • teaching hints and strategies, including warm-up material and ideas for integrating aural into lessons
  • many practice exercises to prepare students for the exam
  • CD recordings of all practice exercises, and examples in two or more parts, presented by an ABRSM examiner
  • answers, both recorded and printed where appropriate, as a guide to the sort of responses that would be successful in the exam
ISBN: 9781848492462
Publicado el: 07 abril 2011
Nº de páginas: 56
Idioma: Inglés
Nº de catálogo: 9781848492462
 
     

      Aural Training In Practice: Book 2 - Grades 4-5 (Book/CD) opiniones recogidas por reevooReevoo

      Calidad del contenido
      9,3
      Relación calidad/precio
      9,2
      Puntuación general
      9,5
      Puntuaciones 9.5 de 10 basado en 6 opiniones
      10 sobre 10

      Stella

      Walsall GB
      +
      Well laid out and very user friendly.
      No se dejó ningún comentario
      Compra confirmada de 09 Julio 2018
      Publicado en: 23 Julio 2018

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      9 sobre 10

      Elaine

      King's Lynn GB Music teacher
      +
      Gives many more examples of aural tests than the Abrsm Specimen aural tests book does.
      No se dejó ningún comentario
      Compra confirmada de 04 Octubre 2016
      Publicado en: 21 Octubre 2016
      9 sobre 10

      Christine

      East Sheen GB piano teacher for over
      +
      It is standard raising insofar as it's
      a guide to the exam contents and
      gives syllabus details. To elicit answers
      the teacher needs this foundation
      knowledge of the exams.
      Repetitive practice lacks innovative
      enthusiasm for the subject, and it is
      hard to respond to a cd. The Aural
      Trainer to download and respond to
      gives the student a better ability overall.
      Compra confirmada de 28 Septiembre 2015
      Publicado en: 12 Octubre 2015

      Valoraciones de Musicroom

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      5
      Essential reading and listening for all music teachers teaching graded music exam material and for students to study for themselves.
      Anónimo - (Wellingborough, United Kingdom)
      5
      When you not a nautral piano player, they brill. Not sure about this sight singing, that bit of a pain. I don't sing brillantly.
      Anónimo - (Doncaster, United Kingdom)
      5
      Excellent book. Much better than the older one
      Anónimo - (Norwich, United Kingdom)
      5
      I use this book and cd every day now. It is a great way for students to learn to train their ears and vocals
      Anónimo - (Fleetwood, United Kingdom)
      5
      My daugher was sitting for her grade 4 cello exam with ABRSM and we decided to ensure that she received the best preparation prior to the exam. We found that the Aural training in practice was simple to follow without a teachers guidance and yet professional in the manner it was laid out. My daughter is 11 years old and found that she was able to read the instructions in the book and follow the cd with ease.
      Anónimo - (Randalstown, United Kingdom)
      1
      The examples in this book are too easy. My son did everything correctly in his practice with this book, but he scored very low in the exam. I heard the exam from outside, and the singing passage was far more complicated and longer (sounded very much like the main theme from the first movement of Beethoven's Symphony NO. 2, which is in D major, but played in F major), and the rhythm and the time signature (C ii) were much more tricky than the ones in the book (it was waltz played very quickly, so it sounded like it was in compound time). None of these examples will prepare you to this level.
      Anónimo - (London, United Kingdom)