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New RCM Theory 2016: Celebrate Theory Level 6

Celebrate Theory Level 6 Cover - RCM Theory 2016

New concepts include:

• double sharp and flat
• transposition of major key melodies up by any interval
• compound meter
• augmented and diminished intervals
• identification of half and authentic cadences
• introduction to Baroque and Classical style

 

Sample pages (click to expand)

Celebrate Theory Level 6 Sample Page Celebrate Theory Level 6 Sample Page
 

 
Exploring the Repertoire activities provide an opportunity to hear and play a piece of music while discovering how theory concepts come alive. Many of these pieces have been selected from The Royal Conservatory repertoire and etudes books. Listen as your teacher plays them for you, play them yourself, or listen to them here!
 

Unit 1, page 10
Les carillons, Johann Philipp Kirnberger
From Celebration Series®, 2015 Edition: Piano Repertoire 6

Unit 2, page 32
Romance, Samuel Maykapar
From Celebration Series®, 2015 Edition: Piano Etudes 6

Unit 3, page 46
Divertimento, Hob. XVI: 8 (I), Franz Joseph Haydn

Recording unavailable.

Unit 3, page 47
Gigue a l'Angloise, from Suite No. 1, Johann Ludwig Krebs
From Celebration Series®, 2015 Edition: Piano Repertoire 8

Unit 4, page 55
Echoes of November, Stephen Chatman
From Celebration Series Perpsectives®: Piano Repertoire 3

Recording coming soon.

Unit 5, page 70
Waltz, Viktor Kosenko
From Celebration Series®, 2015 Edition: Piano Repertoire 7

Unit 8, page 87
Sarabande from Suite, HWV 437, George Frideric Handel
From Celebration Series®, 2015 Edition: Piano Repertoire 6

Unit 8, page 88
Allegro from Suite HWV 432, George Frideric Handel
From Celebration Series®, 2015 Edition: Piano Repertoire 7