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CONTENTS

Level 5
At Level 5, students encounter longer and more varied forms, fuller List A
harmonic textures, and an increasingly sophisticated interplay of
melody and accompaniment. Technical requirements expand to
Baroque Repertoire
include dominant 7th chords.
Arnold, Samuel
Level 5 Requirements Marks A Set of Progressive Lessons, op. 12, 2
Repertoire 56 Sonata in D Major (no. 3)
l 2nd movement: Siciliana
one selection from List A 16
one selection from List B 18 Bach, Carl Philipp Emanuel
one selection from List C 16 l March in G Major, BWV Anh. 124 (in Notenbuch der
Memory (2 marks per repertoire selection) 6 Anna Magdalena Bach BAR; WIE)
Technical Requirements 24 Bach, Johann Christoph Friedrich
Technical Tests 12 Musikalische Nebenstunden
Etudes: two etudes from the Syllabus list 12 l Angloise in D Major
Musicianship Bach, Johann Sebastian
Ear Tests 10 l Allemande in G Minor, BWV 836
– Intervals 2 l Little Prelude in C Major, BWV 939
– Chords 2 u Menuet in E Major, from French Suite No. 6 in
– Chord Progressions 2 E Major, BWV 817
– Playback 4 u Minuet in G Minor, BWV 842 (in Klavierbüchlein für
Sight Reading 10
Wilhelm Friedemann Bach)
– Rhythm 3 Dieupart, Charles
– Playing 7 Six suittes de clavecin (1701)
Total possible marks (pass = 60) 100 l Passepied, from Suite No. 2 in D Major

Written Examination Corequisite Graupner, Christoph


Refer to the current Theory Syllabus. l Intrada in C Major (in Baroque Piano ALF)
Handel, George Frideric
l Fuga (Sonatina) in G Major, HWV 582 (in Celebrate
Repertoire Handel FHM)
l Sonatina in B flat Major, HWV 585 (in Celebrate
Please see “Repertoire” on p. 9 for important information regarding
Handel FHM)
this section of the examination.
Students must prepare three contrasting selections: one from each Jones, Richard
of List A, List B, and List C. Two memory marks are awarded for Suites or Setts of Lessons for the Harpsichord
each repertoire selection that is performed by memory. u Boree in B flat Major, from Suite No. 3
Bullets used to denote selections for examination purposes: Kirnberger, Johann Philipp
Recueil d’airs de danse caractéristiques
l one selection
l Gigue in D Major (no. 10)
u one selection, found in Celebration Series®, 2015 Edition:
Piano Repertoire 5 FHM Krebs, Johann Ludwig
Clavier-Übung, 2
u Scherzo in C Major, from Suite in C Major
Rameau, Jean-Philippe
Pièces de clavecin (1724)
l Deux rigaudons, from Suite No. 1
Scarlatti, Domenico
u Sonata in D Minor, K 34 (in Celebrate Scarlatti, 1
FHM)
l Sonata in C Minor, K 40 (in Celebrate Scarlatti, 1
FHM)
l Sonata in B flat, K 42 (in Celebrate Scarlatti, 1 FHM)

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CONTENTS LEVEL
Level 5
Stölzel, Gottfried Heinrich Haydn, Franz Joseph
l Bourrée, from Partita in G Minor (in Klavierbüchlein Sonata in C Major, Hob. XI:10
für Wilhelm Friedemann Bach BAR) l 1st movement
Sonata in G Major, Hob. XVI:8
Telemann, Georg Philipp
l 1st movement
Fantasia in C Major, TWV 33:14
l 3rd and 4th movements
u 2nd section
Fantasia in E flat Major, TWV 33:35 Hook, James
l 2nd section Twelve Sonatinas, op. 12
Sonatina in F Major (no. 9)
Zipoli, Domenico
l 1st movement
Sonate d’ intavolatura per organo e cimbalo, 1, op. 1
l Verso in E Minor Hummel, Johann Nepomuk
Six pièces très faciles, op. 52
List B u Romance in G Major (no. 4)
Classical and Classical-style Repertoire Kuhlau, Friedrich
Sonatina in C Major, op. 55, no. 1
l 1st movement
Beethoven, Ludwig van l 2nd movement
l Minuet in G Major, WoO 10, no. 2 (in Celebrate
Beethoven, 1 FHM) Latour, Jean Théodore
Twelve German Dances, WoO13 OTT; SCH Four Progressive Sonatinas
l no. 1 or no. 5 Sonatina in G Major
Zwei Klaviersonatinen, Anh. 5 u 3rd movement
Sonatina in F Major (no. 2) Lichner, Heinrich
u 1st movement Sonatina in F Major, op. 4, no. 2 KJO; SCH
u 2nd movement l 1st movement
Cimarosa, Domenico Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus
l Sonata No. 17 in D Minor (in Melodious Masterpieces,
l Minuet in F Major, K 5
3 ALF) l Rondo in F Major, K 15hh
Clementi, Muzio Viennese Sonatinas (arr. from Five Divertimenti, K 439b)
Six Progressive Sonatinas for the Piano Forte, op. 36 Viennese Sonatina in C Major (no. 1)
Sonatina in G Major (no. 2) l 2nd movement: Minuetto and Trio
l 1st movement
Spindler, Fritz
Sonatina in C Major (no. 3) Sonatina in C Major, op. 157, no. 4 ALF
u 3rd movement l 2nd movement
Sonatina in G Major (no. 5)
l 3rd movement: Rondo Wesley, Samuel
Sonata in A Major, op. 5, no. 1 (in English Piano Music
Diabelli, Anton 1780–1800 ABR)
Seven Sonatinas, op. 168 l 2nd movement: Waltz
Sonatina in F Major (no. 1)
l 2nd movement
Sonatina in G Major (no. 2) List C
l 1st movement Romantic, 20th-, and 21st-century Repertoire
Sonatina in C Major (no. 3)
l 1st movement
Agay, Denes
l 3rd movement
Petit Trianon Suite SCH
Gurlitt, Cornelius l Sarabande d’amour
Four Sonatinas, op. 214
Archer, Violet
Sonatina in A Minor (no. 4)
Three Scenes (Habitant Sketches) BER
u 1st movement
l Jig (no. 1)
u 2nd and 3rd movements
Bartók, Béla
For Children, 1 (rev. ed.) B&H
l Children’s Dance (no. 10)
l Moderato (no. 26)
l Jest (no. 27)
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CONTENTS LEVEL
Level 5
Bartók, Béla (continued) Duncan, Martha Hill
For Children, 2 (rev. ed.) B&H Cottage Days RLP
l Lento (no. 11) l Water Lilies
u Teasing Song (no. 18)
Fiala, George
l Romance (no. 19)
Australian Suite, op. 2 BER
l Game of Tag (no. 20)
l Black Swan
Beach, Amy l Koala
Children’s Carnival, op. 25 HIL l Lyre Byrd
l Pierrot and Pierrette (no. 4) l Platypus
Beckwith, John Fleming, Robert
Six Mobiles, 2 BER Bag-o-Tricks WAT
l Minor or Major? l Gently (no. 1)
l Two and Three Are Five
Gardiner, Mary
l What Goes Up Must Come Down
Turnabout STU; CMC
Bober, Melody l Turnabout No. 1
The Best of Melody Bober, 1 ALF
Gerou, Tom
l Raspberry Rag
Piece by Piece, 2 ALF
Bortkiewicz, Sergei u You and I
Andersen’s Fairy Tales, op. 30 SIM
Gillock, William
l The Hardy Tin Soldier (no. 3)
l Aeolian Harp (in Belwin Contest Winners, 3 ALF)
Bruce, Robert Accent on Gillock, 7 WIL
Picture Studies for the Piano CEL u Blue Mood
l Rag Doll New Orleans Jazz Styles WIL
l The Constant Bass
Carroll, Walter
l New Orleans Nightfall
Sea Idylls FOR
Lyric Preludes in Romantic Style ALF
l From the Cliffs (no. 1)
l Legend
l Sea-Nymphs (no. 3)
l Serenade
l Moon Beams (no. 6)
l Alone at Sunset (no. 10) Gonzales, Chilly
Re-Introduction Etudes EBR
Chatman, Stephen
l Sunday Unsung
British Columbia Suite FHM
l Maple Bay at Twilight Granados, Enrique
Preludes for Piano, 3 FHM Cuentos de la juventud, op. 1
l Poltergeist u Dedication (no. 1)
Cherney, Brian Grechaninov, Alexandr
l Elegy for a Misty Afternoon (in Horizons, 1 WAT) Glass Beads, op. 123 OTT
l Waltz
Copland, Aaron
l Sunday Afternoon Music (in Masters of Our Day, 1 Grieg, Edvard
FIS) Lyric Pieces, op. 12
l Waltz (no. 2)
Coulthard, Jean
l The Rocking Chair (in Music of Our Time, 5 WAT) Griesdale, Susan
l Star Gazing (in Music of Our Time, 6 WAT) Piano Mime RLP
l Dancing Clowns
Creston, Paul
l Sleepwalking
Five Little Dances, op. 24 SCH
l Rustic Dance (no. 1) Hansen, Joan
l Traffic (in Music of Our Time, 5 WAT)
Diemer, Emma Lou
Reaching Out FJH Harmer, Daniel
l Minor Serenade l Hop, Skip, Jump BER
Donkin, Christine Huang, An-Lun
Sunny Days FHM A Chinese Festival, 1 BEL
l Sidewalk Chalk l Cradle Song

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CONTENTS LEVEL
Level 5
Ibert, Jacques Nakada, Yoshinao
Petite suite en quinze images FOE Children’s Dreams KAW
l Berceuses aux étoiles (no. 4) l The Doll’s Lullaby
Jaque, Rhené Niemann, Walter
l Fête champêtre (Rustic Dance) BER Im Kinderland, op. 46 PET
l Cradle Song
Kabalevsky, Dmitri
Thirty Children’s Pieces, op. 27 SCH Norton, Christopher
l Cradle Song (no. 8) Christopher Norton Connections® for Piano, 5 FHM
l Sonatina in A Minor (no. 18) l Boxcar Blues
Twenty-four Pieces for Children, op. 39 SCH l Moonscapes
u A Slow Waltz (no. 23) u Scamp
Easy Variations for Piano, op. 51 SCH
Papineau-Couture, Jean
l Five Happy Variations on a Russian Folk Song (no. 1)
l Aria BER
Karganov, Genari
Papp, Lajos
l Arabesque, op. 6, no. 2
Images LEM
Jugend-Album, op. 25
l Waltz
u March of the Tin Soldiers
Petite suite EMB
Kirchner, Theodor l Cock-crow
Miniaturen, op. 62 ABR
Pinto, Octavio
l Miniature in C Minor (no. 15)
Children’s Festival (Festa de Crianças) SCH
Koechlin, Charles l Little March (no. 3)
Dix petites pieces faciles, op. 61c SAL l Serenade (no. 4)
l La maison heurese (no. 3)
Pozzoli, Ettore
Kuzmenko, Larysa Piccole scintille RIC
l Romance PLA l The Little Bird Is Dead (no. 4)
McIntyre, David L. Previn, André
l Moonlight RSM Impressions for Piano HAL
l Tiptoe RSM l Trees at Twilight
Dreams of Jeanie RSM
Reinecke, Carl
l He Said – She Said!
Hausmusik, op. 77
McLean, Edwin l Romanza (no. 8)
Impressions on Rock, Bone, Wood, Earth FJH
Rejino, Mona
l Bird Whistle (Bone)
l Time Travel HAL
Merath, Siegfried Portraits in Style HAL
Tanz-Typen, 1 OTT l Nocturne
l Cha-Cha
Rocherolle, Eugenie
Mier, Martha Treasures HAL
Jazz, Rags & Blues, 2 ALF l Chatterbox
l Jelly Bean Rag
Rowley, Alec
l Red Rose Rendezvous
Thirty Melodic and Rhythmic Studies, op. 42 PET
Musical Snapshots, 2 ALF
l The Lake (no. 9)
l Hawaiian Getaway
Schoenmehl, Mike
Milne, Elissa
Piano Studies in Pop OTT
Even More Little Peppers FAB
u Melancholy Reflections
u No Worries
Schumann, Robert
Mould, Warren
Album für die Jugend, op. 68
l Jamaican Serenade (in Legacy Collection, 3 FHM)
l Hunting Song (no. 7)
Muczynski, Robert l Little Folk Song (no. 9)
Fables, op. 21 SCH u Siciliano (no. 11)
l Allegro (no. 1) l A Little Romance (no. 19)

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CONTENTS LEVEL
Level 5
Shostakovich, Dmitri Tchaikovsky, Pyotr Il’yich
l The Barrel-Organ Waltz, from The Gadfly, op. 97 Album for the Young, op. 39
SCH l Polka (no. 10)
Childhood Notebook, op. 69 DSC l Mazurka (no. 11)
l Clockwork Doll l Sweet Dreams (no. 21)
Seven Doll’s Dances SCH; SIK
Teersteeg, Bert
l Hurdy-Gurdy (no. 6)
l Four Over Three Makes Five (in Kick Up Your Heels!
Springer, Mike PGM)
Not Just Another Jazz Book, 2 ALF
Telfer, Nancy
u Sunset in Rio
Planets and Stars FHM
Starer, Robert u When Rivers Flowed on Mars
Sketches in Color, 1 HAL
Volkmann, Robert
l Shades of Blue (no. 2)
Lieder des Grossmütter, op. 27 PET
l Black and White (no. 3)
l Grandmother’s Song (no. 10)
Takács, Jenő
Weinzweig, John
Klänge und farben, op. 95 DOB
Diversions PLA
l Sounding the Accordion
l Gathering Clouds (no. 2)
Tansman, Alexandre
Happy Time (On s’amuse au piano), 1 HAL
l Little Stroll (Petite promenade)
Technical Requirements
Happy Time (On s’amuse au piano), 2 HAL Please see “Technical Requirements” on p. 11 and “Appendix A”
l Slow Waltz (Valse–Boston) on p. 102 for important information regarding this section of the
Happy Time (On s’amuse au piano), 3 HAL examination.
l In Memory of George Gershwin “1925”
Pour les enfants, 3 ESC
l Petite rêverie

Technical Tests Keys Played Tempo Note Values


Scales
A, E, F, A b major HT
Two-octave = 104
A, E, F minor (harmonic and melodic) 2 octaves
A major HT
Formula Pattern = 104
A minor (harmonic) 2 octaves
HT
Chromatic Starting on A, F = 104
1 octave
Chords
Tonic Triads HT
• broken A, E, F, A b major 2 octaves = 66
A, E, F minor (root position and inversions)
• solid/blocked ending with I–V–I progression = 66

A, E, F, A b major
Dominant 7th Chords HS
• broken = 72
1 octave
• solid/blocked (root position and inversions) = 60
Arpeggios

A, E, F, A b major
HS
Tonic 2 octaves = 80
A, E, F minor
(root position only)

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CONTENTS LEVEL
Level 5
Etudes Rowley, Alec
Students must prepare two technically contrasting etudes from the
Thirty Melodic and Rhythmic Studies, op. 42 PET
following list.
u Dulcimer Tune (no. 7)
Bullets used to denote selections for examination purposes: Schoenmehl, Mike
Piano Studies in Pop OTT
one selection, found in Celebration Series®, 2015 Edition:
u
u Chicken Talk
Piano Etudes 5 FHM
Tchaikovsky, Pyotr Il’yich
Burgmüller, Johann Friedrich Album for the Young, op. 39
Vingt-cinq études faciles et progressives, op. 100 u In Church (no. 24)
u Sweet Sorrow (no. 16)
Crosby Gaudet, Anne
In the Mermaid’s Garden FHM
u Dragonfly Scherzo
* S tudents may substitute a popular selection for one of the etudes.
See p. 11 for details.

Czerny, Carl
100 Exercises in Progressive Order, op. 139 Musicianship
u Etude in G Major (no. 38)
Please see “Musicianship” on p. 11 and “Appendix B” on p. 106 for
George, Jon important information regarding this section of the examination.
Artistry at the Piano: Repertoire, 4 API
u Allegro agitato
Ear Tests
Gillock, William
Lyric Preludes in Romantic Style ALF Intervals
u A Faded Letter Students will be asked to identify any of the following intervals.
Gurlitt, Cornelius The examiner will play each interval in melodic form (ascending
Album pour la jeunesse, op. 140 or descending) followed by harmonic form once.
u Longing (Les désirs ardents) (no. 11) OR
→ with repeat Students may choose to sing or hum any of the following intervals
Hässler, Johann Wilhelm (ascending or descending). The examiner will play the first note
Cinquante pièces à l’usage des commençans, op. 38 once.
u Allegro in D Major (no. 28)
Intervals (ascending or descending)
Heller, Stephen minor 3rd, major 3rd
Préludes à Mlle Lili, op. 119
u Prelude in C Major (no. 1) perfect 4th
perfect 5th
Kabalevsky, Dmitri
Twenty-four Pieces for Children, op. 39 SCH minor 6th, major 6th
u Prelude (no. 19) perfect octave
Kirchner, Theodor
Neue Kinderszenen, op. 55 Chords
u Allegretto in C Major (no. 10) Students will be asked to identify the quality of the following
Maykapar, Samuel chords after the examiner has played the chord in solid/blocked
u Staccato Prelude, op. 31, no. 6 form, close position once.

Papp, Lajos Chords Position


Petite Suite EMB major and minor triads root position
u The Black Pony
dominant 7th (major–minor 7th) root position
Rohde, Eduard
u Dance of the Dragonflies, op. 76, no. 7
Rollin, Catherine
Preludes for Piano, 1 ALF
u Prelude in D flat Major (no. 7)
→ with repeat

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CONTENTS LEVEL
Level 5
Chord Progressions
Students will be asked to identify chord progressions in major keys
as I–IV–I or I–V–I after the examiner has played the progression
twice. The progression will be played in keyboard style, and the
bass line will ascend from the tonic.

Chord Progressions
I–IV–I
I–V–I

Playback
Students will be asked to play back a melody based on the major
or minor pentascale and upper tonic. The examiner will identify
the key and time signature, play the tonic chord once, and play the
melody three times.
• Before the first playing, the examiner will count one measure.
• After the second playing, the student will clap the rhythm or
sing the melody.
• After the third playing, the student will play the melody.

Beginning Note Keys Time Approximate


Signatures Length
tonic, mediant,
A, E major
dominant, upper up to eight notes
A, E minor
tonic

Sight Reading
At this level, a single musical excerpt comparable to Level 2
repertoire will be used to test both rhythm and playing.

Rhythm
A specific passage will be clearly designated within the given
musical excerpt. Students will be asked to:
• Tap a steady beat with their hand or foot for one measure.
• Continue tapping while speaking, tapping, or clapping the
given rhythm.
A steady pulse and metric accentuation are expected.

Playing
After performing the rhythm, students will be asked to play the
entire musical excerpt, hands together.

Keys Time Signatures Approximate Length


major and minor keys,
eight measures
up to two sharps or flats

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