New Theory Intermediate Level 8

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New RCM Theory 2016: Celebrate Theory Level 8

Celebrate Theory Level 8 Cover - RCM Theory 2016


New concepts include:

• alto and tenor clefs

• transposition to concert pitch; score types

• hybrid meters

• compound intervals

• triads built on any scale degree

• cluster, quartal, and polychords

• introduction to Medieval, Renaissance, and world music

Sample pages (click to expand)

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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 2, page 41
Sonata, first movement from op. 8, no. 10, Willem De Fesch
From Cello Series, 2013 Edition: Repertoire 7

Unit 2, page 41​
Premier Solo, op. 77, no. 1, Charles Dancla
From Viola Series, 2013 Edition: Repertoire 8

Unit 3, page 57
Sonata, first movement from op. 59, no. 1., Friedrich Kuhlau
From Celebration Series®, 2015 Edition: Piano Repertoire 8

Unit 4, page 67
When the Planets Are Aligned, Nancy Telfer
From Celebration Series®, 2015 Edition: Piano Repertoire 4

Unit 5, page 74
Fantasia, from TWV 40:20, Georg Philipp Telemann
From Violin Series, 2013 Edition: Repertoire 8

Unit 6, page 94
Six Easy Variations on an Original Theme, WoO 77, Ludwig van Beethoven
From Celebration Series®, 2015 Edition: Piano Repertoire 9

Unit 9, page 116
Rings of Saturn, Alexina Louie
From Celebration Series®, 2015 Edition: Piano Repertoire 8

Unit 9, page 118
Gigue, from Partita, BWV 1004, Johann Sebastian Bach
From Violin Series, 2013 Edition: Repertoire 8