Music Theory for Young Violinists Book 4 - Mervin Yeow
Music Theory for Young Violinists
Aimed for beginning Violin students aged 10 and under. Music Theory for Young Violinists teaches the fundamentals of music theory with a violin-specific approach. These series engage young violin students by introducing topics specifically related to the instrument early on.
Upon completion of the four-level series, students will have gained a strong foundation for Grade 1 Music Theory.
- Bass clef is not introduced until book 4 to avoid confusion
- Treble notes are arranged in a way that teachers can choose to teach notes by strings or by fingers
- Works best together with a practical violin book
- Enhances notation reading skills
- Improves key signature awareness and overall sight-reading skills
- Allow visualisations of notes on the violin fingerboard
- Includes fingering charts for reference
- Improves performance direction recognition
- Supports ABRSM syllabus
About the Author
Mervin Yeow is a renowned violinist, author and educator. His musical journey started at age 7 with the piano, and continued with the violin at age 15. Since his university years, he has been heavily involved in the music scene in his hometown of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, studying with Andrew Chye and earning his his Associate and Licentiate Diploma from Trinity College London. To date, Mervin has been teaching for more than 10 years, and has authored his own music theory books to cater specifically to young violin students.
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Table of Contents
- Letter Names on the Keyboard
- Bass Clef Notes
- Tones and Semitones
- Key Signatures and Scales
- Degree of Scale