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Grade 8 Piano Anthology 2023-2024

Examination Pieces

PUBLISHER: Edition Peters
INSTRUMENTATION: Piano
PRODUCT FORMAT: Instrumental Tutor
The Edition Peters Grade 8 Piano Anthology has long been a popular resource for anyone approaching this important milestone examination. In September 2022 Edition Peters will release a new Grade 8 Anthology to support the new (2023/2024) Syllabus and, for the first time, will issue new anthologies
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Specifications
Publisher Edition Peters
Instrumentation Piano
Grade of Difficulty 8
Number of pages 140
Language ENG
Product Format Instrumental Tutor
Description Product Type Book [Softcover]
Genre Exam Material
Style Classical
Year of Publication 2022
ISMN 9790577023199
No. EP73678
Product Dimensions 23,2 x 30,3 cm
Text language English
Description
The Edition Peters Grade 8 Piano Anthology has long been a popular resource for anyone approaching this important milestone examination. In September 2022 Edition Peters will release a new Grade 8 Anthology to support the new (2023/2024) Syllabus and, for the first time, will issue new anthologies to support pianists studying at or preparing for Grades 5, 6 and 7. Also new for this year: a selection of lesser-known additional repertoire suitable for the own-choice piece in the new Performance Exams. The four new Piano Anthologies for Grades 5, 6, 7 and 8 2023/2024 comprise a broad selection of examination pieces from lists A, B and C of the Associated Board syllabus. The anthologies support students preparing for the Practical Exam or for the new Performance Exam. Those preparing for the Performance Exams are aided by Performance Notes by Norman Beedie (Lecturer in Classical Improvisation, Piano and Conducting at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland), which give advice on technique and interpretation for each piece, and guidance on preparing an effective programme. The pieces in this volume are drawn from the extensive range of piano music in the Edition Peters catalogue – one of the widest available. With candidates able to offer a free choice work in the Performance Exam, each Anthology contains additional lesser-known repertoire suitable for the exam.
Song List
  • 1. Prelude and Fugue in G, BWV 884 [J.S. Bach]
  • 2. Allegro (1st movt from Sonata in E, Op.14 No.1) [Ludwig van Beethoven]
  • 3. Prelude and Allegro (Fuga) (1st and 2nd movts from Suite No. 8 in F minor, HWV 433) [Georg Friedrich Händel]
  • 4. Allegro/Moderato (1st movt from Sonata in A) [Martínez]
  • 5. Andante grazioso and Vars. 1–6 (1st movt from Sonata in A, K. 331) [Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart]
  • 6. Les cyclopes (from Pièces de clavecin) [Rameau]
  • 7. Sonata in D, Kp. 443, L. 418 [D. Scarlatti]
  • 8. Nocturne in D flat (No. 3 from 24 Characteristic Pieces, Op. 36) [Arensky]
  • 9. Mazurka in A minor, Op.17 No. 4 [Chopin]
  • 10. Andante (No.1 from In the Mists) [Janácek]
  • 11. Moment musical in D flat, Op. 16 No. 5 [Rachmaninoff]
  • 12. Impromptu in A flat (No. 2 from Four Impromptus, Op.142, D. 935) [Franz Schubert]
  • 13. Romanze in F sharp (No. 2 from Drei Romanzen, Op. 28) [Robert Schumann]
  • 14. A Hermit Thrush at Morn, Op. 92 No. 2 [Amy Beach]
  • 15. Pierrette (Air de Ballet), Op. 41 [Chaminade]
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