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How to transpose down an octave

In the last transposition blog, part 4, we discussed how to transpose up an octave between the four main clefs, treble, bass, alto and tenor!  If you haven’t had a chance to read the previous Transposition Basics post, take a look here! This week we will look at how to transpose DOWN an octave. Let’s … Read more

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How to transpose up an octave!

In the last blog post, we covered how to move between the four main clefs (Treble, Bass, Alto and Tenor). We paid particular attention to keeping the notes the same pitch. In this post we will learn how to transpose up an octave This is a very common question in theory papers and an excellent … Read more

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How to transpose in the tenor clef, an overview!

As before, make sure you check out the previous blog posts to this! This post will be discussing how to transpose in the tenor clef. Part 1 and Part 2 can be found here.  We have so far covered three different clefs, including treble, bass and alto clef. However, there is one more to look at! … Read more

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Transposing into the alto clef, an overview!

If you haven’t yet had a read, take yourself over to the blog article, Transposition Basics Part 1. In last weeks post we explored why we need to transpose and where it is best to start. Transposition is one of those topics that sends fear into many of my theory students and in this short blog … Read more

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How do we transpose? An easy method!

Being able to transpose is a requirement for all levels of the ABRSM Theory exams. Completing your ABRSM Grade 5 theory is necessary for any musician to complete their ABRSM Grade 6 practical exam and above. However, this Is not the only reason you should learn to transpose… Why do we need to learn how … Read more