There is no "see inside " option on amazon but this book could be useful for my reorder and flute players. Can you tell us a bit about what's inside it, please?
Only the bass clef version has arrived so far but this gives the general idea. I hope it makes sense, I just tried going through the book and noting down some of the main features. I tried to add a sample page but can't seem to do it.
It begins with introducing the notes in the bass clef and where on a keyboard it relates to Middle C, followed by naming the notes in the spaces and on the lines. It then asks you to name and write notes in that clef.
It then goes into rhythms and rests. The whole thing is interspersed with quizzes and questions on everything you’ve learned so far, and keeps returning to previously learned material as revision.
It uses English terminology but does mention, for example, that a semibreve is sometimes called a whole note.
You get lots of practice at writing notes and rests. There is a revision part where you have to write tunes out, joining quavers and semiquavers correctly.
There are also opportunities to sing, clap or play tunes/rhythms.
It then goes on to accidentals and semitones and introduces new key signatures, G Major, F Major and D Major and introduces tonic triads and intervals, and all of the terms and signs that are introduced at grade 1.
At the end there are three classical pieces which you are asked questions about as well as giving the opportunity to clap or play the piece.