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Celebrate Theory 7

Celebrate Theory 7

Celebrate Theory Level 7 Cover - RCM Theory 2016

New concepts include:

  • transposition to any key, up or down
  • inversion of intervals
  • chromatic, whole-tone, octatonic, pentatonic, blues scales
  • diminished, augmented triads; diminished 7th chord
  • melody writing in minor keys
  • introduction to Romantic and Modern eras
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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 31
Penguins, Linda Niamath
From Celebration Series Perspectives®: Piano Repertoire 2

Recording unavailable.


Unit 3, page 41
Etude, op. 45, no. 15, Stephen Heller
From Celebration Series®, 2015 Edition: Piano Etudes 8

Unit 4, page 49
Lament, op. 203, no. 8, Cornelius Gurlitt
From Celebration Series®, 2015 Edition: Piano Etudes 7

Unit 5, page 58
Invention No. 1, BWV 772, Johann Sebastian Bach
From Celebration Series Perspectives®: Piano Repertoire 7

Recording unavailable.
 

Unit 6, page 80
Prelude, op. 119, no. 1Stephen Heller
From Celebration Series®, 2015 Edition: Piano Etudes 5
Unit 9, page 103
Etude, op. 68, no. 9, Ludvig Schytte
From Celebration Series®, 2015 Edition: Piano Etudes 7
Unit 9, page 104
Solitary Traveler, op. 43, no. 2, Edvard Grieg
From Celebration Series®, 2015 Edition: Piano Repertoire 7