Zenler Player
Your course is loading. Hang tight.
Grade 5 Music Theory (ABRSM) ASSESSED VERSION
Back to curriculum
0% Complete
0% Complete
Instructions and PDFs
How to Send Exercises for Marking
PDF: Foreign Terms
Notation Basics
Duration
Pitch
Ornaments
Foreign Terms
Notation Homework
Time Signature Secrets
Simple Quadruple Time: 4/4, 4/8 and 4/2
Simple Duple Time: 2/4 and 2/2
3/4 and 6/8
3/8, 9/8, 9/4 and 12/4
3/2, 6/4 and 12/8 Easily Confused Time Signatures
Triplets & Duplets
Regular and Irregular Time
Adding Time Signatures and Rests
Adding Bar Lines
Changing Simple to Compound (and Vice Versa)
Time Homework
Rewriting Homework
Key Signatures & The Circle of Fifths
Relative Major and Minor Keys
Key Signature Patterns
Key Homework
Introduction to Scales
Major Scales
Minor Harmonic Scales
Minor Melodic Scales
Scale Degrees and Technical Names
Minor Scales with Key Signatures
Chromatic Scales
Scales in All Four Clefs
Scales Homework
What is an Interval? - Harmonic and Melodic Intervals
Naming Intervals: Number and Quality
Perfect Intervals
Major Intervals
Minor Intervals
Augmented Intervals
Diminished Intervals
Compound Intervals
Writing Harmonic Unisons and 2nds
Working out Intervals
Working out Tricky Intervals
Intervals in a Musical Score
Don't make these 5 mistakes!
Intervals Homework
Clefs
Transposing Between Clefs
Clefs Homework
Transposition and Intervals
The Transposing Instruments
Transposing with a key signature
Transposing without a key signature
Transposition Homework
Instrument Families
Instruments Pitch
Instruments Homework
Chords and Triads
Chords and Inversions
What are Cadences?
Cadences & Melody
Cadence Exam Questions
Cadences Homework
Key and Key Changes
Working out Key Homework
Download your Revision Tips and Mock Test Here
Extra Practice PDFs
On to Grade 6?
Find Out About Grade 6 Music Theory
Answer Keys
How to Use This Course
Instructions and PDFs
How to Send Exercises for Marking
Preview
Notation
PDF: Foreign Terms
Notation Basics
Duration
Pitch
Ornaments
Foreign Terms
Notation Homework
Time
Time Signature Secrets
Preview
Simple Quadruple Time: 4/4, 4/8 and 4/2
Simple Duple Time: 2/4 and 2/2
3/4 and 6/8
3/8, 9/8, 9/4 and 12/4
3/2, 6/4 and 12/8 Easily Confused Time Signatures
Triplets & Duplets
Regular and Irregular Time
Adding Time Signatures and Rests
Adding Bar Lines
Changing Simple to Compound (and Vice Versa)
Time Homework
Rewriting Homework
Key Signatures
Key Signatures & The Circle of Fifths
Relative Major and Minor Keys
Preview
Key Signature Patterns
Key Homework
Scales
Introduction to Scales
Major Scales
Minor Harmonic Scales
Minor Melodic Scales
Scale Degrees and Technical Names
Minor Scales with Key Signatures
Chromatic Scales
Scales in All Four Clefs
Scales Homework
Intervals
What is an Interval? - Harmonic and Melodic Intervals
Preview
Naming Intervals: Number and Quality
Perfect Intervals
Major Intervals
Minor Intervals
Augmented Intervals
Diminished Intervals
Compound Intervals
Writing Harmonic Unisons and 2nds
Working out Intervals
Working out Tricky Intervals
Intervals in a Musical Score
Don't make these 5 mistakes!
Intervals Homework
Clefs
Clefs
Transposing Between Clefs
Clefs Homework
Transposition
Transposition and Intervals
The Transposing Instruments
Transposing with a key signature
Transposing without a key signature
Transposition Homework
Instruments
Instrument Families
Instruments Pitch
Instruments Homework
Chords
Chords and Triads
Chords and Inversions
Cadences
What are Cadences?
Cadences & Melody
Cadence Exam Questions
Cadences Homework
Working out Key
Key and Key Changes
Working out Key Homework
Revision Tips and Mock Test
Download your Revision Tips and Mock Test Here
SUPPLEMENTARY RESOURCES
Extra Practice PDFs
And on to Grade 6!
On to Grade 6?
Find Out About Grade 6 Music Theory
Answer Keys
Answer Keys
×
This is an unpublished lesson. This lesson will not be shown for students unless you set it as Public.
Back to Dashboard
No contents are available in this lesson!
No lessons available!
Back to Dashboard
Lesson contents locked
Enroll to unlock this lesson.
Enroll to unlock
Next Lesson