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Classic Musical Moments


Classic Musical Moments with THEORY GRADE 5
» Piano Solos with Theory In Practice Grade 5
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Editor/Author/Arranger: Helen Yeo
Art: Jasmine Ng
Category: Repertoire
Publisher: Rhythm MP
Order No.: MPB-1027-05
Bar Code: 9 789679 856712
ISBN-10: 967-985-671-2
ISBN-13: 978 967985671 2
Total Pages: 32
Weight: 160g
Book Size: 225mm X 300mm
Binding: Staple Bound (2 wire saddle stitch stapler)
Series: Musical Moments
Description: This book is a compilation of timeless classics, simplified and aimed to build the skills, agility and tonal control of late intermediate pianists, in order to assist the transition into advanced level. Theory exercises are included after each song, for the pianist to make a practical/theory connection.

Contents:
1. Title page and Copyright page
2-7. Humoresque Op. 101, No. 7 by Antonin Dvorak (1841-1904) (For rhythmic precision & agility) with theory exercises
8-13. Serenade from Schwanengesang (Swan Song) D 957, No. 4 by Franz Schubert (1797-1828) (For tonal balance) with theory exercises
14-19. Habanera from the Opera Carmen by Georges Bizet (1838-1875) (For rhythmic precision) with theory exercises
20-25. Fantaisie-Impromptu (Moderato Cantabile) Posthumous, Op. 66 by Frederic Chopin (1810-1849) (For triplet-balancing & tonal balance) with theory exercises
26-31. The Flight of the Bumblebee from the Opera The Tale of Tsar Saltan Op. 57 by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov (1844-1908) (For agility & control) with theory exercises

Listen to Inspirations (Winners' Musical Moments for Pianists)
A spin-off from Classic Musical Moments Grade 5 • MPB-1027-05
Get Ready for the next submission and best compositions will be chosen for publication! Click here for Sneak Peek: Jasmine Ng's impression of Paganini's Caprice No. 24 in A minor (Theme) in Classic Musical Moments with Theory in Practice Grade 4 • MPB-1027-04



Do not be over-reliant on answers provided for theory exercises. Learn to think for yourself, as this will help you grasp the concept and train you to work out each theoretical problem diligently, heightening your understanding. - Helen Yeo, Musical Moments

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Practical and theory are not two entirely different, separate concepts. By incorporating theory with practical, the musician is able to develop a further understanding of the music, the ability to improvise or transpose certain passages to suit their style of playing, or to create their very own brand of accompaniment. - Helen Yeo, Musical Moments

By the same author: Helen Yeo, Musical Moments
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Creative Musical Moments with THEORY PRE-GRADE 1
Classic Musical Moments 1 with THEORY GRADE 1
Classic Musical Moments 2 with THEORY GRADE 2
Classic Musical Moments 3 with THEORY GRADE 3
Classic Musical Moments 4 with THEORY GRADE 4
Classic Musical Moments 5 with THEORY GRADE 5
Baba Nyonya Musical Moments » theory/practical connection
Advanced Baba Nyonya Musical Moments » practical/aural connection

♫ Really putting theory into practice
It’s the practical application of music theory that brings music to life. Get to the piano and play Piano Theory in Practice Made Easy – Keep Exploring Music – telling your musical story ♫ fb.com/MusicJamboree
  1. Rhythm
  2. Pitch
  3. Keys and Scales ♫ TiP (video)
  4. Intervals ♫ TiP
  5. Chords ♫ TiP (video)
  6. Terms, Signs and Instruments ♫ TiP (video)
  7. Music in Context ♫ FAQs
Music is connected in all elements. We cannot isolate a piece to teach without involving any aural awareness, and neither can we teach theory without ‘hearing’ the theory, (e.g. we have to hear the pitch of a sharpened note when we teach the accidental - sharp ‘#’). This cohesive organisation of thoughts and actions will make your lessons invaluable and interesting to your students. With it intertwined together, the lessons becomes ‘alive’ and musically enriching. - The ART of Teaching (AoT) by Alice Chua

Composing ideas/tips: Composing Made Easy
Games: Primary Chords, Musical Form & Structure
Events: Music Jamboree
The Holistic Development of a Child through Rhythm MAPS Programme

For variations on a song try Piano Theory in Practice Made Easy.
Piano Quartet (1 Piano, 8 Hands) » #1Piano8Hands
Bring smiles and laughter in your lessons. It is always a joy to learn piano in a fun way. Have fun! » Read The ART of Teaching (AoT) by Alice Chua – be inspired to inspire beginners in a fun way yet educational.

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