Lets Read Some More Grade 7. Let’s Read Some More is a series of Royal Irish Academy of Music books by Jean Archibald and Marie Moran, designed to develop the skill of sight-reading. Starting at Grade 6, the series follows on from the Let’s Get Reading series and provides valuable
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Lets Get Reading Grade 3 Let’s Get Reading is a series of Royal Irish Academy of Music books for the young pianist by Jean Archibald and Marie Moran, designed to develop the skill of sight-reading. Specifically geared towards the Local Centre examination syllabus from Preliminary to Grade 5, the books are carefully graded and presented [...]