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Artful Designs by Sharon Bill Audiobook Reading Chapter 12 Part 2



'Artful Designs' is the second 'Beth Williams' murder mystery by Sharon Bill. Audiobook reading chapter 12 part 2.

Mere hours after a Constable watercolour sketch is featured in a presentation at a meeting of Mossleigh Women’s Institute the original is stolen from the Whitworth Art Gallery. It seems that the cultured veneer of the art world shields a much seedier underworld where theft is just the icing on the cake. Beth and her twin brother, DCI Benedict James, join forces to get to the bottom of the affair. Although DCI James must pursue the official lines of enquiry Beth finds that a more abstract approach draws the threads of the mystery together.

Beth is a piano tutor and member of her local WI and is aptly placed to tap into seemingly insignificant details to get right to the heart of the affair. When all hope fades and the Old Masters look to be forever tainted by sordid crime Beth, with the help of her unassuming friends, restores the balance of justice and the intrinsic beauty of artistic endeavour.

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Trinity College London Theory of Music Workbook Grade 1 Other Major Keys - G and F with Sharon Bill



Welcome to my Music Theory Tutorials. In this music theory lesson I continue to work through the Trinity College London Grade 1 Theory of Music Workbook. In this tutorial I explain about the keys of G and F major. When music is described as being in a certain key it means it uses the notes common to that scale structure. In this lesson we look at the structure of the major scale and the scales and keys of G and F major. This lesson covers page 22 of the Trinity College London Grade 1 Theory of Music Workbook.

I have been teaching music theory for over twenty five years and I’ll help you every step of the way - just as if you were sitting next to me.

Music Theory is an integral part of any musician’s studies. Understanding the structures behind the music we play supports our practise and performance. Even if you don’t play an instrument understanding how music is constructed helps us to be a more informed listener.

I LOVE music theory! It’s like peeling back the layers of the music to look at the nuts and bolts that hold it all together and make the music work.

Trinity College London Music Theory Grade 1 YouTube Playlist

Trinity College London Theory of Music Workbook Grade 1 The Tonic Triad in the Key of C Major Part 2 with Sharon Bill



Welcome to my Music Theory Tutorials. In this music theory lesson I continue to work through the Trinity College London Grade 1 Theory of Music Workbook. In this tutorial I continue to explain about the tonic triad of C Major. A triad is a chord of three notes based upon the first third and fifth degree of the scale. A triad forms a chord and is the basis for an arpeggios and broken chord. This lesson covers pages 21 of the Trinity College London Grade 1 Theory of Music Workbook.

I have been teaching music theory for over twenty five years and I’ll help you every step of the way - just as if you were sitting next to me.

Music Theory is an integral part of any musician’s studies. Understanding the structures behind the music we play supports our practise and performance. Even if you don’t play an instrument understanding how music is constructed helps us to be a more informed listener.

I LOVE music theory! It’s like peeling back the layers of the music to look at the nuts and bolts that hold it all together and make the music work.

Trinity College London Music Theory Grade 1 YouTube Playlist

Trinity College London Theory of Music Workbook Grade 1 The Tonic Triad in the Key of C Major Part 1 with Sharon Bill



Welcome to my Music Theory Tutorials. In this music theory lesson I continue to work through the Trinity College London Grade 1 Theory of Music Workbook. In this tutorial I explain about the tonic triad of C Major. A triad is a chord of three notes based upon the first third and fifth degree of the scale. A triad forms a chord and is the basis for an arpeggios and broken chord. This lesson covers pages 20 - 21 of the Trinity College London Grade 1 Theory of Music Workbook.

I have been teaching music theory for over twenty five years and I’ll help you every step of the way - just as if you were sitting next to me.

Music Theory is an integral part of any musician’s studies. Understanding the structures behind the music we play supports our practise and performance. Even if you don’t play an instrument understanding how music is constructed helps us to be a more informed listener.

I LOVE music theory! It’s like peeling back the layers of the music to look at the nuts and bolts that hold it all together and make the music work.

Trinity College London Music Theory Grade 1 YouTube Playlist

Trinity College London Theory of Music Workbook Grade 1 Keys - C Major with Sharon Bill



Welcome to my Music Theory Tutorials. In this music theory lesson I continue to work through the Trinity College London Grade 1 Theory of Music Workbook. In this tutorial I continue to explain about the tonic triad of C Major. A triad is a chord of three notes based upon the first third and fifth degree of the scale. A triad forms a chord and is the basis for an arpeggios and broken chord. This lesson covers pages 22 of the Trinity College London Grade 1 Theory of Music Workbook.

I have been teaching music theory for over twenty five years and I’ll help you every step of the way - just as if you were sitting next to me.

Music Theory is an integral part of any musician’s studies. Understanding the structures behind the music we play supports our practise and performance. Even if you don’t play an instrument understanding how music is constructed helps us to be a more informed listener.

I LOVE music theory! It’s like peeling back the layers of the music to look at the nuts and bolts that hold it all together and make the music work.

Trinity College London Music Theory Grade 1 YouTube Playlist