ABRSM Piano Exam Pieces Grade 1 2021-22 Book/CD

ABRSM Piano Exam Pieces Grade 1 2021-22 Book/CD

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Enjoyment through achievement

Earning an ABRSM certificate is a rewarding experience. If you're working hard to make progress with your music, you need a way to recognise your success and reassurance that you're on the right track.
Music exams offer:
Motivation and inspiration, working from a carefully structured syllabus towards a definite goal
A measure of personal progress and attainment against internationally recognised benchmarks
An objective guide to improve your musical skills
Assessment by a respected and independent musician who's highly trained and is monitored
Performance opportunities and a real sense of achievement


What’s new?
New repertoire lists and scale requirements at all grades

Repertoire:
-More choice than ever before, with the lists extended to ten pieces (30 pieces in total per grade)
-Duet option included for the first time – up to Grade 3
-Revised list structure
Scales requirements:

-A more realistic and manageable assessment load, with the focus instead on technical development and progression
-Initial Grade exam introduced – a pre-Grade 1 assessment following the same structure, content and assessment criteria as ABRSM’s existing graded music exams (three pieces, scales and arpeggios, sight-reading and aural tests)

Syllabus validity:
Piano syllabus 2021 & 2022 comes into effect on 1 January 2021. This means:
-Candidates can begin to present the pieces and scales requirements from the new syllabus;
-Candidates can continue to present the pieces and scales requirements from the 2019 & 2020 syllabus during the overlap period (see below);
-Sight-reading and aural test requirements remain exactly the same as for the 2019 & 2020 syllabus.

Syllabus overlap:
For candidates wishing to present pieces and scale requirements from the 2019 & 2020 syllabus, a one-year overlap period (up to 31 December 2021) now applies to all countrie.

All three pieces and the scales requirements must be prepared from the same syllabus.

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