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Basics of Keyboard Theory: Level X (advanced)

By Julie McIntosh Johnson

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Piano - Level X (advanced)
Composed by Julie McIntosh Johnson. Basics of Keyboard Theory. Workbook. Published by Julie Johnson Music Publications (JJ.BKT10).

Item Number: JJ.BKT10

Level X (advanced): Traditional devices (passing tones, anticipations, etc.), Contemporary Period techniques, Augmented 6th chords, analysis of complete movements of Fugue, Sonata Allegro, Rondo, Theme and Variations, Twelve-Tone music.

About Basics of Keyboard Theory

Finally! Theory workbooks that students can understand! This series follows the theory requirements of the 2003 MTAC Certificate of Merit Piano Syllabus. Each book features:
-Review of material from previous level(s) and introduction of new concepts
-Clear, easy to understand explanations of skills with practice drills
-Application of new concepts to repertoire from the level
-Multi-chapter reviews and final test including drills and analysis

  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 2

    Location:
    Los Angeles, Ca
    Difficulty Level:
    Advanced
  • March 06, 2013 not matching examples

    I purchased all levels of these series to teach at my music studio group/individual lessons. They are helpful in the gradual complexity in the beginning levels. The levels where the harmonic analysis is introduced are not quite well organized and comprehensive. Questions/problems are not matching with examples. I...

    often have students stuck with the problem and leave it unfinished.

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  • 2

    Location:
    Los Angeles, CA
    Difficulty Level:
    Advanced
  • February 28, 2013 theoy book

    I have used all levels of the theory books. I find them somewhat helpful. The lower levels are nicely organized in introducing the chords and inversions. As the levels are getting higher there are very confusing examples/excerpts for teaching harmonic analysis. Often students would get stuck and would leave...

    the work unfinished because of either not clear questioning or a mismatch. Also, the book is very generous by leaving very little to do for a student.

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