Full of frets in North Shropshire
- Whitchurch, North Shropshire UK
I have never sat an AB music exam. I have just applied to do G6 theory on Nov. 4th - a mere 3 hour written paper...
No, I've lost them...http://www.google.co.uk/imgres?imgurl=http://holisticmamas.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/LostMarbles.jpg&imgrefurl=http://holisticmamas.com/forgetful-brain-after-birth-post-partum&h=500&w=500&tbnid=l7vUrqHSMBvT3M:&zoom=1&q=lost marbles&docid=739QnGfqU9qK0M&hl=en-GB&ei=_TAaVL0uiuRo5-WCIA&tbm=isch&client=ms-android-hms-tef-gb
Ah - as opposed to a major triad in first inversion built on the flattened supertonic?Good luck TV! I did Grade 5 theory a couple of years ago, having not taken a formal exam in anything for about 30 years, and got a distinction. Be aware though that AB put all theory candidates at all grades in together and you will probably find that the majority will be doing lower grades and will still be at school. When I arrived I was asked if I was bringing a son or daughter for an exam.
I would have gone for 6 but couldn't get passed the idea that a Neapolitan 6th was not a type of ice cream.
Ah - as opposed to a major triad in first inversion built on the flattened supertonic?