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ABRSM Grade 1 Music Theory Section L Part 2 The Major Scale with Sharon Bill



Welcome to my Music Theory Tutorials. In this music theory lesson I will guide you through chapter twelve part 2 in ABRSM Music Theory in Practice Grade 1 which introduces the construction of the major scale. I explain how each major scale has a particular key signature and why this is so and how to apply this knowledge.

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. I have provided free a PDF information booklet with all the information you’ll need to work through the Grade 1 ABRSM Music Theory in Practise workbook, available in A4 and US Letter.

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.

How To Take Your ABRSM Music Theory Exam Grades 1, 2 and 3: Exam Techniques For Everyone by Sharon Bill
Amazon UK
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paperback https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1549623508

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ABRSM Grade 1 Music Theory Section L Part 1 The Scales of C, G, D and F Major with Sharon Bill



Welcome to my Music Theory Tutorials. In this music theory lesson I will guide you through chapter twelve part 1 in ABRSM Music Theory in Practice Grade 1 which introduces the construction of the major scale. I explain how each major scale has a particular key signature and why this is so and how to apply this knowledge.

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. I have provided free a PDF information booklet with all the information you’ll need to work through the Grade 1 ABRSM Music Theory in Practise workbook, available in A4 and US Letter.

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.

How To Take Your ABRSM Music Theory Exam Grades 1, 2 and 3: Exam Techniques For Everyone by Sharon Bill
Amazon UK
ebook https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0756KRMLK
paperback https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1549623508

Amazon USA
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ABRSM Grade 1 Music Theory Section K Semitones and Tones with Sharon Bill



Welcome to my Music Theory Tutorials. In this music theory lesson I will guide you through chapter eleven in ABRSM Music Theory in Practice Grade 1 which introduces semitones/half steps and tones/full steps. I explain how notes progress in steps and also how the same note can be referred to by alternative names.

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. I have provided free a PDF information booklet with all the information you’ll need to work through the Grade 1 ABRSM Music Theory in Practise workbook, available in A4 and US Letter.

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.

How To Take Your ABRSM Music Theory Exam Grades 1, 2 and 3: Exam Techniques For Everyone by Sharon Bill
Amazon UK
ebook https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0756KRMLK
paperback https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1549623508

Amazon USA
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paperback https://www.amazon.com/dp/1549623508

ABRSM Grade 1 Music Theory Section J Accidentals with Sharon Bill



Welcome to my Music Theory Tutorials. In this music theory lesson I will guide you through chapter ten in ABRSM Music Theory in Practice Grade 1 which introduces accidentals. I explain how a sharp, flat or natural sign affects the note it precedes. I also demonstrate how to accurately place these symbols on the stave.

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. I have provided free a PDF information booklet with all the information you’ll need to work through the Grade 1 ABRSM Music Theory in Practise workbook, available in A4 and US Letter.

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.

How To Take Your ABRSM Music Theory Exam Grades 1, 2 and 3: Exam Techniques For Everyone by Sharon Bill
Amazon UK
ebook https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0756KRMLK
paperback https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1549623508

Amazon USA
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ABRSM Grade 1 Music Theory Section I Part 2 Dots with Sharon Bill



Welcome to my Music Theory Tutorials. In this music theory lesson I will guide you through chapter nine part 2 in ABRSM Music Theory in Practice Grade 1 which introduces dotted notes. I explain further how to add a dot after a note extend the note length by half the value again and look how to easily calculate note values with dots added.

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. I have provided free a PDF information booklet with all the information you’ll need to work through the Grade 1 ABRSM Music Theory in Practise workbook, available in A4 and US Letter.

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.

How To Take Your ABRSM Music Theory Exam Grades 1, 2 and 3: Exam Techniques For Everyone by Sharon Bill
Amazon UK
ebook https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0756KRMLK
paperback https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1549623508

Amazon USA
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paperback https://www.amazon.com/dp/1549623508

ABRSM Grade 1 Music Theory Section I Part 1 Dots with Sharon Bill



Welcome to my Music Theory Tutorials. In this music theory lesson I will guide you through chapter nine part 1 in ABRSM Music Theory in Practice Grade 1 which introduces dotted notes. I explain how a dot after a note extends the note length by half the value again.

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. I have provided free a PDF information booklet with all the information you’ll need to work through the Grade 1 ABRSM Music Theory in Practise workbook, available in A4 and US Letter.

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.

How To Take Your ABRSM Music Theory Exam Grades 1, 2 and 3: Exam Techniques For Everyone by Sharon Bill
Amazon UK
ebook https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0756KRMLK
paperback https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1549623508

Amazon USA
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ABRSM Grade 1 Music Theory Section H Ties with Sharon Bill



Welcome to my Music Theory Tutorials. In this music theory lesson I will guide you through chapter eight in ABRSM Music Theory in Practice Grade 1 which introduces ties. I explain how a tie symbol combines and adds together consecutive note values.

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. I have provided free a PDF information booklet with all the information you’ll need to work through the Grade 1 ABRSM Music Theory in Practise workbook, available in A4 and US Letter.

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.

How To Take Your ABRSM Music Theory Exam Grades 1, 2 and 3: Exam Techniques For Everyone by Sharon Bill
Amazon UK
ebook https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0756KRMLK
paperback https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1549623508

Amazon USA
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paperback https://www.amazon.com/dp/1549623508

ABRSM Grade 1 Music Theory Section G Rests with Sharon Bill



Welcome to my Music Theory Tutorials. In this music theory lesson I will guide you through chapter seven in ABRSM Music Theory in Practice Grade 1 which introduces rests. I explain symbols which represent silence in values of a semiquavers/sixteenth note, quavers/eighth note, crotchets/quarter note, minims/half note and semibreves/whole note.

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. I have provided free a PDF information booklet with all the information you’ll need to work through the Grade 1 ABRSM Music Theory in Practise workbook, available in A4 and US Letter.

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.

How To Take Your ABRSM Music Theory Exam Grades 1, 2 and 3: Exam Techniques For Everyone by Sharon Bill
Amazon UK
ebook https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0756KRMLK
paperback https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1549623508

Amazon USA
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ABRSM Grade 1 Music Theory Section F Part 2 More on Time Values - Beaming with Sharon Bill



Welcome to my Music Theory Tutorials. In this music theory lesson I will guide you through chapter six part 2 in ABRSM Music Theory in Practice Grade 1 which introduces beaming (joining together) quavers/eighth notes and semiquavers/sixteenth notes in prescribed groups.

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. I have provided free a PDF information booklet with all the information you’ll need to work through the Grade 1 ABRSM Music Theory in Practise workbook, available in A4 and US Letter.

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.

How To Take Your ABRSM Music Theory Exam Grades 1, 2 and 3: Exam Techniques For Everyone by Sharon Bill
Amazon UK
ebook https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0756KRMLK
paperback https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1549623508

Amazon USA
ebook https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0756KRMLK
paperback https://www.amazon.com/dp/1549623508

ABRSM Grade 1 Music Theory Section F Part 1 More on Time Values with Sharon Bill



Welcome to my Music Theory Tutorials. In this music theory lesson I will guide you through chapter six part 1 in ABRSM Music Theory in Practice Grade 1 which introduces semiquavers/sixteenth notes and revises quavers/eighth notes, crotchets/quarter notes, minims/half notes and semibreves/whole notes.

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. I have provided free a PDF information booklet with all the information you’ll need to work through the Grade 1 ABRSM Music Theory in Practise workbook, available in A4 and US Letter.

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.

How To Take Your ABRSM Music Theory Exam Grades 1, 2 and 3: Exam Techniques For Everyone by Sharon Bill
Amazon UK
ebook https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0756KRMLK
paperback https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1549623508

Amazon USA
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paperback https://www.amazon.com/dp/1549623508

ABRSM Grade 1 Music Theory Section E Bass Clef Part 2 with Sharon Bill



Welcome to my Music Theory Tutorials. In this music theory lesson I will guide you through chapter five part 2 in ABRSM Music Theory in Practice Grade 1 which combines the notes of the bass and treble clef.

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. I have provided free a PDF information booklet with all the information you’ll need to work through the Grade 1 ABRSM Music Theory in Practise workbook, available in A4 and US Letter.

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.

How To Take Your ABRSM Music Theory Exam Grades 1, 2 and 3: Exam Techniques For Everyone by Sharon Bill
Amazon UK
ebook https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0756KRMLK
paperback https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1549623508

Amazon USA
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paperback https://www.amazon.com/dp/1549623508

ABRSM Grade 1 Music Theory Section E Bass Clef Part 1 with Sharon Bill



Welcome to my Music Theory Tutorials. In this music theory lesson I will guide you through chapter five part 1 in ABRSM Music Theory in Practice Grade 1 which looks at the notes of the bass clef.

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. I have provided free a PDF information booklet with all the information you’ll need to work through the Grade 1 ABRSM Music Theory in Practise workbook, available in A4 and US Letter.

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.

How To Take Your ABRSM Music Theory Exam Grades 1, 2 and 3: Exam Techniques For Everyone by Sharon Bill
Amazon UK
ebook https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0756KRMLK
paperback https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1549623508

Amazon USA
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paperback https://www.amazon.com/dp/1549623508

ABRSM Grade 1 Music Theory Section D Treble Clef with Sharon Bill



Welcome to my Music Theory Tutorials. In this music theory lesson I will guide you through chapter four in ABRSM Music Theory in Practice Grade 1 which looks at the notes of the treble clef.

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. I have provided free a PDF information booklet with all the information you’ll need to work through the Grade 1 ABRSM Music Theory in Practise workbook, available in A4 and US Letter.

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.

How To Take Your ABRSM Music Theory Exam Grades 1, 2 and 3: Exam Techniques For Everyone by Sharon Bill
Amazon UK
ebook https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0756KRMLK
paperback https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1549623508

Amazon USA
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ABRSM Grade 1 Music Theory Section C Notes on the Stave with Sharon Bill



Welcome to my Music Theory Tutorials. In this music theory lesson I will guide you through chapter three in ABRSM Music Theory in Practice Grade 1 which looks at correctly drawing crotchets/quarter notes, minims/half notes and semibreves/whole notes on the stave.

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. I have provided free a PDF information booklet with all the information you’ll need to work through the Grade 1 ABRSM Music Theory in Practise workbook, available in A4 and US Letter.

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.

How To Take Your ABRSM Music Theory Exam Grades 1, 2 and 3: Exam Techniques For Everyone by Sharon Bill
Amazon UK
ebook https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0756KRMLK
paperback https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1549623508

Amazon USA
ebook https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0756KRMLK
paperback https://www.amazon.com/dp/1549623508

ABRSM Grade 1 Music Theory Section B Part 2 Bar lines and Time Signatures with Sharon Bill



Welcome to my Music Theory Tutorials. In this music theory lesson I will guide you through the second part of chapter two in ABRSM Music Theory in Practice Grade 1 which looks at correctly applying the note values of crotchets/quarter notes, minims/half notes and semibreves/whole notes in time signatures of two, three and four crotchet/quarter note beats per bar to create complete bars.

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. I have provided free a PDF information booklet with all the information you’ll need to work through the Grade 1 ABRSM Music Theory in Practise workbook, available in A4 and US Letter.

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.

How To Take Your ABRSM Music Theory Exam Grades 1, 2 and 3: Exam Techniques For Everyone by Sharon Bill
Amazon UK
ebook https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0756KRMLK
paperback https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1549623508

Amazon USA
ebook https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0756KRMLK
paperback https://www.amazon.com/dp/1549623508

ABRSM Grade 1 Music Theory Section B Part 1 Bar lines and Time Signatures with Sharon Bill



Welcome to my Music Theory Tutorials. In this music theory lesson I will guide you through the second part of chapter two in ABRSM Music Theory in Practice Grade 1 which looks at correctly applying the note values of crotchets/quarter notes, minims/half notes and semibreves/whole notes in time signatures of two, three and four crotchet/quarter note beats per bar to create complete bars.

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. I have provided free a PDF information booklet with all the information you’ll need to work through the Grade 1 ABRSM Music Theory in Practise workbook, available in A4 and US Letter.

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.

How To Take Your ABRSM Music Theory Exam Grades 1, 2 and 3: Exam Techniques For Everyone by Sharon Bill
Amazon UK
ebook https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0756KRMLK
paperback https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1549623508

Amazon USA
ebook https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0756KRMLK
paperback https://www.amazon.com/dp/1549623508

ABRSM Grade 1 Music Theory Section A Time Values with Sharon Bill



Welcome to my Music Theory Tutorials. In this music theory lesson I will guide you through the first chapter of ABRSM Music Theory in Practice Grades 1 which looks at the note values of the semibreve/whole note, minim/half note, crotchet/quarter note and quaver/eighth note.

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. I have provided free a PDF information booklet with all the information you’ll need to work through the Grade 1 ABRSM Music Theory in Practise workbook, available in A4 and US Letter.

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.

How To Take Your ABRSM Music Theory Exam Grades 1, 2 and 3: Exam Techniques For Everyone by Sharon Bill
Amazon UK
ebook https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0756KRMLK
paperback https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1549623508

Amazon USA
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paperback https://www.amazon.com/dp/1549623508

ABRSM Music Theory Grades 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 Introduction with Sharon Bill



Welcome to my Music Theory Tutorials. In these music theory lessons I will guide you through each step of ABRSM Music Theory in Practice Grades 1 to 5. 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. I have provided free a PDF information booklet with all the information you’ll need to work through the Grade 1 ABRSM Music Theory in Practise workbook. The PDFs are available in A4 and US Letter from my website. PDFs for Grades 2, 3, 4 and 5 will be available alongside the appropriate video tutorials too.

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. I have provided free a PDF information booklet with all the information you’ll need to work through the Grade 1 ABRSM Music Theory in Practise workbook, available in A4 and US Letter.

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.

How To Take Your ABRSM Music Theory Exam Grades 1, 2 and 3: Exam Techniques For Everyone by Sharon Bill
Amazon UK
ebook https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0756KRMLK
paperback https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1549623508

Amazon USA
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paperback https://www.amazon.com/dp/1549623508

ABRSM Grade 2 Broken Chords in E Minor Right Hand and Left Hand



Broken Chords are an important part of a regular practise routine and help you to understand chord structures in their different inversions. They are included in the ABRSM Grade 2 piano syllabus. In this E Minor Broken Chord music lesson I show you how to construct and play a broken chord. In this video tutorial I also give tips on how to use the best fingering method and demonstrate how to give the broken chord more rhythmic direction and musical fluidity.

ABRSM Grade 2 Broken Chords in F Major Right Hand and Left Hand



Broken Chords are an important part of a regular practise routine and help you to understand chord structures in their different inversions. They are included in the ABRSM Grade 2 piano syllabus. In this F Major Broken Chord music lesson I show you how to construct and play a broken chord. In this video tutorial I also give tips on how to use the best fingering method and demonstrate how to give the broken chord more rhythmic direction and musical fluidity.

ABRSM Grade 1 Broken Chords in D Minor Right Hand and Left Hand



Broken Chords are an important part of a regular practise routine and help you to understand chord structures in their different inversions. They are included in the ABRSM Grade 1 piano syllabus. In this D Minor Broken Chord music lesson I show you how to construct and play a broken chord. In this video tutorial I also give tips on how to use the best fingering method and demonstrate how to give the broken chord more rhythmic direction and musical fluidity.

ABRSM Grade 1 Broken Chords in A Minor Right Hand and Left Hand



Broken Chords are an important part of a regular practise routine and help you to understand chord structures in their different inversions. They are included in the ABRSM Grade 1 piano syllabus. In this A Minor Broken Chord music lesson I show you how to construct and play a broken chord. In this video tutorial I also give tips on how to use the best fingering method and demonstrate how to give the broken chord more rhythmic direction and musical fluidity.

ABRSM Grade 1 Broken Chords in G Major Right Hand and Left Hand



Broken Chords are an important part of a regular practise routine and help you to understand chord structures in their different inversions. They are included in the ABRSM Grade 1 piano syllabus. In this G Major Broken Chord music lesson I show you how to construct and play a broken chord. In this video tutorial I also give tips on how to use the best fingering method and demonstrate how to give the broken chord more rhythmic direction and musical fluidity.

ABRSM Grade 1 Broken Chords in F Major Right Hand and Left Hand



Broken Chords are an important part of a regular practise routine and help you to understand chord structures in their different inversions. They are included in the ABRSM Grade 1 piano syllabus. In this F Major Broken Chord music lesson I show you how to construct and play a broken chord. In this video tutorial I also give tips on how to use the best fingering method and demonstrate how to give the broken chord more rhythmic direction and musical fluidity.

ABRSM Grade 1 Broken Chords in C Major Right Hand and Left Hand



Broken Chords are an important part of a regular practise routine and help you to understand chord structures in their different inversions. They are included in the ABRSM Grade 1 piano syllabus. In this C Major Broken Chord music lesson I show you how to construct and play a broken chord. In this video tutorial I also give tips on how to use the best fingering method and demonstrate how to give the broken chord more rhythmic direction and musical fluidity.

F# (F Sharp) Minor Arpeggios for Piano hands separately and hands together



Arpeggios are an important part of a regular practise routine. In this F# (F Sharp) Minor arpeggio music lesson I show you how to construct an arpeggio and how to play it hands separately and hands together in similar motion. In this video tutorial I give tips on how to use the best fingering method. I also demonstrate how to give the scale more rhythmic direction and music fluidity.

Biddulph Grange Lantern Walk, Bonfire and Firework Display 2017



Biddulph Grange Gardens is my local National Trust 'go-to' and so their advertised lantern walk, bonfire and firework display was an obvious choice - and it didn't disappoint. The beautiful grounds were atmospherically lit and it was so lovely to walk around my favourite little spot in the dark in such artistic illuminations. The bonfire was lit by an entertaining fire eater and for those who wanted a bit of a fright the Cheshire Cottage became inhabited by creepy inhabitants for the night.

I really enjoy my National Trust Membership and I really, really enjoyed these bonfire celebrations!

C# (C Sharp) Minor Arpeggios for Piano hands separately and hands together



Arpeggios are an important part of a regular practise routine. In this C# (C Sharp) Minor arpeggio music lesson I show you how to construct an arpeggio and how to play it hands separately and hands together in similar motion. In this video tutorial I give tips on how to use the best fingering method. I also demonstrate how to give the scale more rhythmic direction and music fluidity.

G# (G Sharp) Minor Arpeggios for Piano hands separately and hands together



Arpeggios are an important part of a regular practise routine. In this G# (G Sharp) Minor arpeggio music lesson I show you how to construct an arpeggio and how to play it hands separately and hands together in similar motion. In this video tutorial I give tips on how to use the best fingering method. I also demonstrate how to give the scale more rhythmic direction and music fluidity.

Eb (E Flat) Minor Arpeggios for Piano hands separately and hands together



Arpeggios are an important part of a regular practise routine. In this Eb (E Flat) Minor arpeggio music lesson I show you how to construct an arpeggio and how to play it hands separately and hands together in similar motion. In this video tutorial I give tips on how to use the best fingering method. I also demonstrate how to give the scale more rhythmic direction and music fluidity.

Bb (B Flat) Minor Arpeggios for Piano hands separately and hands together



Arpeggios are an important part of a regular practise routine. In this Bb (B Flat) Minor arpeggio music lesson I show you how to construct an arpeggio and how to play it hands separately and hands together in similar motion. In this video tutorial I give tips on how to use the best fingering method. I also demonstrate how to give the scale more rhythmic direction and music fluidity.