|LONDON COLLEGE OF MUSIC ELECTRONIC ORGAN|
Handbooks written by the London College Of Music to accompany their electronic organ exams. Working through these books will prepare you fully for the relevant exam. THESE HANDBOOKS ARE VALID FOR USE FROM JANUARY 2006 ONWARDS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE NEW SYLLABUS.
| LCM Performance Guide For Keyboard And Organ - Book & CD|
A fantastic insight into getting the best out of your keyboard or electronic organ, with special relevance to LCM exams. Click here for more information
| Chord Sequence and Accompanying Test Samples |
This book is designed to assist teachers and candidates prepare for the "chord sequence" and "accompanying" tests in LCM graded examinations in Electronic Keyboard and Organ by providing extra samples of the tests, with specimen answers where appropriate. Click here for more information
| LCM Step By Step For Electronic Organ|
A lovely, illustrated publication, primarily intended for candidates taking LCM Step 1 and 2 exams. However, the style and charm of these simple arrangements and original pieces will appeal to novice organists of all ages, whether they intend to take an exam or not, and will be a welcome addition to any learning programme.
| LCM Electronic Organ Handbook 2006 Onwards - Grade 7 & 8|
| LCM Keyboard & Organ Sample Diploma Tests|
One book contains sample tests for diploma candidates on both electronic keyboard and electronic organ. Organ candidates will find the scale/chord exercise, accompanying test samples and chord sequence test samples essential, along with the pedal exercises, and sight reading tests for LLCM and LLCM(TD). Written by Janet Dowsett.
| LCM Specimen Aural Tests (revised 2006)|
This book contains specimens of the aural tests that candidates will need to do in most London College of Music practical examinations. It covers grades 1-8 and the ALCM diploma, with a number of examples of each test. The test book from which examiners work is closely modelled on this book.
| LCM Aural Handbook|
A practical guide to teaching and preparing for LCM Aural Tests. Tips and advice from the Chief Examiner in Music, Dr Andrew McBirnie, for graded and ALCM examinations in the following: Piano, Pipe Organ, Electronic Keyboard/Organ, Harp, Classical Singing, all Woodwind, Brass and Strings, all Jazz instruments (graded exams only), Classical Guitar (ALCM only), Percussion (ALCM only).