Piano Exam Pieces 2013 & 2014, ABRSM Grade 4 by Richard JonesPiano Exam Pieces
This album contains nine pieces from ABRSMs 2013 & 2014 Grade 4 Piano syllabus.
three pieces from each of Lists A, B and C
appealing and varied repertoire
carefully edited and clearly presented throughout
helpful information about the pieces and the exam
All of the pieces on the Grade 4 syllabus have been recorded for ABRSM by leading professional pianists. The recordings are available on CD sold individually or as part of the Piano Exam Pieces with CD package or as downloads from www.abrsm.org/audioshop.
ABRSM Piano Exam Pieces 2015-2016
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ABRSM also provides a publishing house for music which produces syllabus booklets, sheet music and exam papers and runs professional development courses and seminars for teachers. Graded music exams provide a structured framework for progression from beginner to advanced musician. Most subjects are offered from Grades 18 and have three standards of pass: a straight pass, a pass with merit and a pass with distinction. Candidates may enter any Practical or Music Theory exam grade without having taken any other, though there is a requirement to have passed Grade 5 Theory or Grade 5 Practical Musicianship or Grade 5 in a solo Jazz subject before Grade 68 Practical exams can be taken. The four types of graded exam are as follows:. These are by far the most commonly taken exams.
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