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Don’t let music theory make you teary! We have a fab range of theory workbooks and music theory worksheets to help you master the method behind the music. If you struggle with subdivision or need to get... Read more
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Don’t let music theory make you teary! We have a fab range of theory workbooks and music theory worksheets to help you master the method behind the music. If you struggle with subdivision or need to get your head around transposition let our great range of theory workbooks be of service!
Back up your practical playing with musical theory!
Here at DS Music we believe that learning music theory is an essential accompaniment to your own playing. Asides from developing your overall musicianship, the simultaneous study of theory and practical playing will develop your understanding of notation systems in western music while giving you a vital understanding of the construction of music, through the use of keys, scales and chords. The study of musical theory will not only better your rhythm but also improve your composition skills- there are so many benefits, plus you’ll really see an improvement in your practical playing!
Learn theory your way!
We stock a great range of music theory workbooks including ABRSM’s Music Theory in Practice, Maureen Cox’s Theory is Fun and the massively popular Theory of Music Made Easy plus many more. There’s something for everyone in our great collection- whatever your style of learning you’ll find something that works for you. Each of our theory workbooks contains clear and succinct explanations alongside plenty of exercises so you can get to grips with the music theory knowledge you need.
Need some help?
If you need any help or advice on which theory book would suit you best don’t hesitate to get in touch- we have a team of sheet music specialists ready to advise you and would be happy to locate a certain music theory workbook for you if you are looking for something specific that isn’t in our current range. Contact us via email at email@example.com or call us at 01600 772770.