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Level 7
Level 7 serves as a vital link in preparation for advanced study. List A
Baroque repertoire selections include dance forms and two-part
inventions, and Classical sonatinas expand to more complex phrase
Baroque Repertoire
structures and accompaniment patterns. The inclusion of four-
note chords in technical requirements supports the development Alcock, John
of a wider hand span reflecting the increasing demands of the Six Suites of Easy Lessons ABR
repertoire. l Minuet, from Suite No. 1 in A Major

Level 7 Requirements Marks Bach, Carl Philipp Emanuel


Sonata in E Minor, Wq 62/12, H 66
Repertoire 56 l 3rd movement: Sarabande
one selection from List A 16
one selection from List B 18
Bach, Johann Sebastian
l Allemande, from French Suite No. 4 in E flat Major,
one selection from List C 16
Memory (2 marks per repertoire selection) 6
BWV 815
l Bourrée I, from Overture in the French Style in B
Technical Requirements 24 Minor, BWV 831
Technical Tests 12 l Gavotte, from French Suite No. 5 in G Major, BWV
Etudes: two etudes from the Syllabus list 12 816
Musicianship u Polonaise in E Major, from French Suite No. 6 in E
Major, BWV 817
Ear Tests 10 l Little Prelude in F Major, BWV 927
– Intervals 2 l Little Prelude in C Major, BWV 933
– Chords 2 l Little Prelude in D Minor, BWV 935
– Chord Progressions 2 l Little Prelude in A Minor, BWV 942
– Playback 4 Two-part Inventions
Sight Reading 10 l Invention No. 1 in C Major, BWV 772
– Rhythm 3 l Invention No. 4 in D Minor, BWV 775
– Playing 7 u Invention No. 8 in F Major, BWV 779
Total possible marks (pass = 60) 100 Couperin, François
Written Examination Corequisite L’art de toucher le clavecin
Refer to the current Theory Syllabus. l Allemande in D Minor
Fiocco, Joseph-Hector
l Andante (no. 11), from Suite No. 1 in G Major, op. 1
Repertoire Handel, George Frideric
Please see “Repertoire” on p. 9 for important information regarding l Air in G Minor, HWV 467 BAR
this section of the examination. u Allegro in G Minor, from Suite No. 7 in G Minor,
Students must prepare three contrasting selections: one from each HWV 432
of List A, List B, and List C. Two memory marks are awarded for l Courante, from Suite No. 4 in D Minor, HWV 437
each repertoire selection that is performed by memory. (in Celebrate Handel FHM)
Suite No. 8 in G Major, HWV 441 (in Celebrate Handel
Bullets used to denote selections for examination purposes: FHM)
l one selection l 1st movement: Allemande
u one selection, found in Celebration Series®, 2015 Edition: l 2nd movement
Piano Repertoire 7 FHM l 4th movement: Aria
Kirnberger, Johann Philipp
Recueil d’airs de danse caractéristiques
u Passepied in D Major (no. 8)
Krebs, Johann Ludwig
Sonatina No. 4 in B flat Major
l 3rd movement

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CONTENTS LEVEL
Level 7
Platti, Giovanni Benedetto Hook, James
Sei sonates pour le clavessin sur le goût italien, op. 1 Twelve Sonatinas, op. 12
Sonata in C Major (no. 2) Sonatina in E Major (no. 12)
u 2nd movement l 2nd movement: Rondo
Scarlatti, Domenico Hummel, Johann Nepomuk
l Sonata in A Minor, K 149 (in Celebrate Scarlatti, 1 Anweisung zum Piano-Forte-Spiel: Übungs-Stücke
FHM) l Scherzo in A Major (no. 45) (in Sixteen Short Pieces
l Sonata in F Major, K 274 ABR)
l Sonata in A Major, K 322 (in Celebrate Scarlatti, 1
Kuhlau, Friedrich
FHM)
Sonatina in G Major, op. 20, no. 2
Seixas, José António Carlos de l 2nd movement
u Allegro in B flat Major, from Sonata in B flat Major Sonatina in C Major, op. 55, no. 3
l 1st movement
Telemann, Georg Philipp
Sonatina in C Major, op. 88, no. 1
Fantasia in B flat Major, TWV 33:18
u 1st movement
l 2nd section
Sonatina in A Minor, op. 88, no. 3
Fantasia in B flat Major, TWV 33:36
l 3rd movement
l 1st section
Fantasia in G Minor, TWV 33:29 Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus
l 1st section Viennese Sonatinas (arr. from Five Divertimenti, K 439b)
Essercizii Musici Viennese Sonatina in C Major (no. 1)
u Bourrée in F Major, from Solo in F Major, TWV 32:4 l 4th movement
Viennese Sonatina in A Major (no. 2)
List B u 1st movement
Viennese Sonatina in F Major (no. 3)
Classical and Classical-style Repertoire l 1st movement
Viennese Sonatina in C Major (no. 6)
Albéniz, Mateo l 1st movement
l Sonata in D Major ALF
Storace, Stephen
Beethoven, Ludwig van Sonata No. 5 in D Major
l Bagatelle in D Major, op. 33, no. 6 l 1st movement
l Bagatelle in G Minor, op. 119, no. 1
u Für Elise, WoO 59 Voříšek, Jan Václav
l Rondo in G Major, op. 18, no. 1
Clementi, Muzio
Six Progressive Sonatinas for the Piano Forte, op. 36
Sonatina in C Major (no. 3) List C
l 1st movement Romantic, 20th-, and 21st-century Repertoire
Sonatina in D Major (no. 6)
u 1st movement Alcon, Susan
l 2nd movement: Rondo Lyric Sketches FHM
Diabelli, Anton l First Flight
Sonatina in C Major, op. 151, no. 2 l Tides in the Sand
l 1st movement Alexander, Dennis
Sonatina in B flat Major, op. 168, no. 4 A Splash of Color ALF
u 1st movement l Fields of Lavender
Haydn, Franz Joseph Twenty-four Character Preludes ALF
Sonata in C Major, Hob. XVI:1 l Longing
l 2nd movement Bartók, Béla
Sonata in G Major, Hob. XVI:27 For Children, 1 (rev. ed.) B&H
l 2nd movement: Menuet and Trio l Allegro (no. 12)
Sonata in E flat Major, Hob. XVI:28 l Pentatonic Tune (no. 29)
l 3rd movement l Andante tranquillo (no. 31)
Sonata in G Major, Hob. XVI:G1 u Winter Solstice Song (no. 38)
u 3rd movement: Finale For Children, 2 (rev. ed.) B&H
Sonata in D Major, Hob XVII:D1 l Ballad (no. 35)
l 3rd movement: Finale
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CONTENTS LEVEL
Level 7
Bender, Joanne Eckhardt-Gramatté, Sophie-Carmen
Alive and Growing RLP From My Childhood, 1 WAT
l Metamorphosis l “P”: Poissarde
Benjamin, Arthur Eggleston, Anne
l Romance-Impromptu AMC l Hurry! Hurry! Hurry! (in Horizons, 2 WAT)
Bernstein, Seymour Falla, Manuel de
Birds, 1 MAN l Romance del pescador (The Fisherman’s Story), from
l The Purple Finch (no. 1) and The Hummingbird El amor brujo CHS
(no. 2)
Fuchs, Robert
Bloch, Ernest Jugendalbum, op. 47
Enfantines FIS l Mother Tells a Story (no. 16) (in Children’s Pieces,
l Dream (no. 10) opp. 32 and 47 ABR)
Bober, Melody Gallant, Pierre
Cyclone FJH l A Joke (in Legacy Collection, 4 FHM)
l Whirling Winds
Gardiner, Mary
Bonsor, Brian l Night Sounds CMC
Jazzy Piano, 2 UNI
Gerou, Tom
l Feelin’ Good
Piece by Piece, 2 ALF
Brown, Stephen l A Hint of Jazz
West Coast Sundries SWA; CMC
Gieck, Janet
l Ballade for Liliane
l Frantic: Homework Deadline! GIE
Buczynski, Walter
Gillock, William
Ten Piano Pieces for Children CMC
l Arabesque sentimentale WIL
l Mood Indigo
Lyric Preludes in Romantic Style ALF
Chatman, Stephen u Moonlight Mood
Amusements, 3 FHM
Ginastera, Alberto
l Earthquake
Dos canciones, op. 3 RIC
Fantasies FHM
l Milonga
l Blue Angel
l Katherine Glière, Reinhold
l Night Sounds Huit pièces faciles pour piano, op. 43
l Sunrise at Jericho Beach l Arietta (no. 7)
Preludes for Piano, 3 FHM Pièces enfantines/Twelve Children’s Pieces, op. 31 MAS
l Ginger Snaps l Cradle Song (no. 3)
l Romance (no. 7)
Chopin, Frédéric
l Prelude in E Minor, op. 28, no. 4 Godard, Benjamin
u Polonaise in G Minor, op. posth., B 1 l First Sorrow, op. 149, no. 6
l Polonaise in B flat Major, op. posth., B 3
Granados, Enrique
Coulthard, Jean Cuentos de la juventud, op. 1
Pieces for the Present WAT l La huérfana (The Little Orphan Girl) (no. 9)
l Far Above the Clouds
Grieg, Edvard
Dello Joio, Norman Lyric Pieces, op. 12
Lyric Pieces for the Young EBM l Elfin Dance (no. 4)
l Prayer of the Matador l Album-leaf (no. 7)
Lyric Pieces, op. 43
Donkin, Christine
u Solitary Traveler (no. 2)
Sunny Days FHM
u Peace Country Hoedown Griesdale, Susan
Arctic Voices RLP
Duncan, Martha Hill
l Toques and Parkas
Isla Vista Suite RLP
Piano Mime RLP
l Eucalyptus Grove
l Piano Mime

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CONTENTS LEVEL
Level 7
Hofmann, Heinrich Maykapar, Samuel
Skizzen, op. 77 Bagatelles, op. 28
l Elegie (no. 2) l Romance
l Schlaf ein! (Go to Sleep!) (no. 9)
McIntyre, David L.
Ibert, Jacques u Tickled Pink RSM
Petite suite en quinze images FOE Tasha Suite RSM
u Le cavalier sans-souci (The Carefree Knight) (no. 5) l High Jinks
l Sérénade sur l’eau (no. 10)
Mendelssohn, Felix
Jaque, Rhené Songs without Words, op. 30
l Lutin CMC u Consolation (no. 3)
Suite pour piano, op. 11 CVI; CMC l Venetian Boat Song (no. 6)
l L’heure d’angoisse
Menotti, Gian Carlo
Kabalevsky, Dmitri Poemetti per Maria Rosa BEL
Four Rondos, op. 60 SCH l Giga
l Rondo–March (no. 1) l War Song
l Rondo–Dance (no. 2)
Milne, Elissa
l Rondo–Song (no. 3)
Pepperbox Jazz, 2 FAB
u Rondo–Toccata (no. 4)
l Dreamtime
Kenins, Talivaldis l Foreign Correspondent
l Little Romance (in Meet Canadian Composers at the l Indigo Moon
Piano, 1 CMC)
Mompou, Federico
l Rondino (in Meet Canadian Composers at the Piano, 1
Impresiones intimas UNM
CMC)
u Parajo Triste (Sad Bird) (no. 5)
Khachaturian, Aram
Moussorgsky, Modest
Adventures of Ivan (in Selected Piano Works SCH; Children’s
l Une larme (A Tear)
Album, 1 SIK)
l Ivan Is Very Busy Muczynski, Robert
Diversions SCH
Koechlin, Charles
l Allegro molto (no. 9)
Dix petites pièces faciles, op. 61c SAL
l L’enfant bien sage (no. 1) Niemann, Walter
l Sicilienne (no. 10) Im Kinderland, op. 46 PET
l The Little Mermaid in the Shell (no. 9)
Kosenko, Viktor
Twenty-four Pianoforte Pieces for Children Norton, Christopher
u Waltz (no. 6) Christopher Norton Connections® for Piano, 7 FHM
u Fantasy Bossa
Louie, Alexina
l Hanging Gardens
Star Light, Star Bright FHM
l Blue Sky II Olson, Kevin
l Shooting Stars l Time Traveler (in In Recital for the Advancing Pianist:
Original Solos, 1 FJH)
Lutosławski, Witold
Bucolics PWM Papp, Lajos
l 4th movement l Song and Dance
Petite Suite EMB
Lynch, Graham
l Alpine Horn and Chamois
Sound Sketches, 3 LYN
l Kitesurfing Pentland, Barbara
Hands Across the C AVO
MacDowell, Edward
l Sparks (no. 1)
Woodland Sketches, op. 51
l Seashore (no. 3)
l To a Wild Rose (no. 1)
Pine, Katya
Martinů, Bohuslav
Images PIN
Spring in the Garden BAR
l Jazz at the Bistro
l It Isn’t Bad, Is It, to Pick a Few Flowers?

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CONTENTS LEVEL
Level 7
Pinto, Octavio Tchaikovsky, Pyotr Il’yich
Scenas infantis SCH Album for the Young, op. 39
l Dorme nenem (Sleeping Time) l Song of the Lark (no. 22)
Poole, Clifford Telfer, Nancy, arr.
l Ghost Town (in Legacy Collection, 4 FHM) She’s Like the Swallow FHM
u Nocturne (in Legacy Collection, 4 FHM) l The Morning Dew
Poulenc, Francis Thompson, John
Villageoises SAL l Variations on Three Blind Mice WIL
l Valse tyrolienne (no. 1)
Tsitsaros, Christos
l Staccato (no. 2)
Songs Without Words HAL
Prokofiev, Sergei l Mirage
Music for Children, op. 65 SCH
Vandall, Robert D.
l Tarantella (no. 4)
Celebrated Jazzy Solos, 4 ALF
l Regrets (no. 5)
u Rock Zone
l Waltz (no. 6)
Celebrated Virtuosic Solos, 5 ALF
l March of the Grasshoppers (no. 7)
l Exultation
l March (no. 10)
l Evening (no. 11) Wuensch, Gerhard
Twelve Glimpses into 20th Century Idioms, op. 37 B&H
Rebikov, Vladimir
l Beatless
Album of Easy Pieces
l Quick March in Minor Sixths
l Waltz in F sharp Minor (no. 6) (in Russian Piano
Music, 2 PET; Quiet Classics KJO)
Rollin, Catherine
Technical Requirements
Lyric Moments, 3 ALF Please see “Technical Requirements” on p. 11 and “Appendix A”
l Sweet Elegy on p. 102 for important information regarding this section of the
Spotlight on Impressionist Style ALF examination.
l Water Lilies
Rossi, Wynn-Anne Technical Tests
An Alaska Tour FJH See table on p. 63.
l Arctic Moon
Rybicki, Feliks Etudes
This Is Our Garden Fair PWM
Students must prepare two technically contrasting etudes from the
l Our Little Garden
following list.
Sallee, Mary K. Bullets used to denote selections for examination purposes:
Route 66 ALF
l The Land of Lincoln one selection, found in Celebration Series®, 2015 Edition:
u
Piano Etudes 7 FHM
Schubert, Franz
Walzer, Ländler, und Ecossaisen, op. 18, D 145 Bennett, William Sterndale
l Waltz in B Minor (no. 6) Thirty Preludes and Lessons, op. 33
u Lesson in A Major (no. 7)
Schumann, Robert
Albumblätter, op. 124 Bertini, Henri
l Fantasietanz (Fantastic Dance) (no. 5) Études pour piano, op. 29
l Wiegenliedchen (Little Cradle Song) (no. 6) u Etude in C Minor (no. 7)
Sonata for the Young, op. 118, no. 1 Caramia, Tony
l 1st movement u Mixed-up Rag
l 2nd movement: Theme and Variations
Concone, Giuseppe
Stone, Court Vingt-cinq études mélodiques, op. 24
l Ottawa Valley Song CST u Etude in G Minor (no. 15)
Takács, Jenő u Etude in C Major (no. 22)
From Far Away Places, op. 111 UNI
l Song and Alborada (no. 14)

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CONTENTS LEVEL
Level 7
Czerny, Carl Norton, Christopher
The Young Pianist, op. 823 Christopher Norton Connections® for Piano, 7 FHM
u Etude in G Major (no. 63) u Ringing Changes
Gurlitt, Cornelius Schytte, Ludvig
Aus meiner Notenmappe, op. 203 Adventure, op. 107
u Lament (Klage) (no. 8) u Jumping Competition (no. 10)
Vingt-cinq études modernes, faciles et progressives, op. 68
Hofmann, Heinrich
u Etude in D Minor (no. 9)
Skizzen, op. 77
u Scherzo (no. 7) Telfer, Nancy
Space Travel FHM
Kabalevsky, Dmitri
u Halley’s Comet
Thirty Children’s Pieces, op. 27 SCH
u Etude (no. 3) Waxman, Donald
Fifty Etudes for Piano, 2 GAL
Lemoine, Henry
u Etude of Alternating Double Notes (no. 19)
Études enfantines, op. 37
u Etude in G Minor (no. 31)
* S tudents may substitute a popular selection for one of the etudes. See
p. 11 for details.

Technical Tests Keys Played Tempo Note Values


Scales
C, D, F, A b , G b major
C, D, F, G # , F # minor (harmonic 2 octaves
HT
Two-octave = 76
and melodic)
D major HT
Formula Pattern = 76
D minor (harmonic) 2 octaves

Starting on D, G b
HT
Chromatic = 76
2 octaves
Chords

C, D, F, A b, G b major
HT
Tonic Four-Note 2 octaves
C, D, F, G # , F # minor
• broken only (root position and inversions) = 60
ending with I–IV–V–I progression
Dominant 7th Chords
C, D, F, Ab , G b major
• broken = 60

• solid/blocked HT
= 80
2 octaves
Leading-tone Diminished 7th Chords (root position and inversions)
C, D, F, G # , F # minor
• broken = 60

• solid/blocked = 80
Arpeggios

C, D, F, A b, G b major
HT
C, D, F, G # , F # minor
Tonic 2 octaves = 60
(root position and inversions)
C, D, F, Ab, G b major HT
Dominant 7th
2 octaves = 60
Leading-tone Diminished 7th C, D, F, G # , F # minor (root position only)

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CONTENTS LEVEL
Level 7
Musicianship Playback
Students will be asked to play back a melody based on the complete
Please see “Musicianship” on p. 11 and “Appendix B” on p. 106 for scale (from tonic to tonic or dominant to dominant). The examiner
important information regarding this section of the examination. will identify the key and time signature, play the tonic chord once,
and play the melody three times.
Ear Tests • Before the first playing, the examiner will count one measure.
Intervals • After the second playing, the student will clap the rhythm or
Students will be asked to identify any of the following intervals. sing the melody.
The examiner will play each interval in melodic form (ascending • After the third playing, the student will play the melody.
or descending) followed by harmonic form once.
Beginning Note Keys Time Approximate
OR Signatures Length
Students may choose to sing or hum any of the following intervals tonic, mediant,
(ascending or descending). The examiner will play the first note D, F major
dominant, upper up to ten notes
once. D, F minor
tonic
Intervals (ascending or descending)
minor 2nd, major 2nd
Sight Reading
minor 3rd, major 3rd
At this level, a single musical excerpt comparable to Level 4
perfect 4th repertoire will be used to test both rhythm and playing.
perfect 5th
Rhythm
minor 6th, major 6th
A specific passage will be clearly designated within the given
minor 7th, major 7th musical excerpt. Students will be asked to:
perfect octave • Tap a steady beat with their hand or foot for one measure.
• Continue tapping while speaking, tapping, or clapping the
Chords given rhythm.
Students will be asked to identify the quality of the following A steady pulse and metric accentuation are expected.
chords after the examiner has played the chord in solid/blocked
form, close position once. Playing
Chords Position After performing the rhythm, students will be asked to play the
entire musical excerpt, hands together.
major, minor, and augmented triads root position
dominant 7th (major–minor 7th) root position Keys Time Signatures Approximate Length
diminished 7th root position major and minor
keys, up to three eight to twelve measures
sharps or flats
Chord Progressions
Students will be asked to identify chord progressions in major
or minor keys as listed below, 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.

Major Minor
I–IV–I i–iv–i
I–V–I i–V–i
I–IV–V i–iv–V

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