Errata in Exam Syllabi (from 2019)
COMBINED AURAL/THEORETICAL TESTS Grade VI – Senior Certificate
Grade VI Knowledge of the following keys: C, G, D, F major. A, E, D minor.
Grade VII Knowledge of the following keys: Majors and minors to two sharps and two flats.
Grade VIII Knowledge of the following keys: Majors to three sharps and three flats and minors to two sharps and two flats.
Senior Cert Knowledge of the following keys: Majors to three sharps and three flats and minors to three sharps and three flats.
Preliminary & Primary
Both of these grades state the following:
‘Candidates must perform three pieces from the lists below. One must be a study. This phrase has caused some confusion. Ideally candidates will select two pieces from the first list and one from the second list, examiners will accept three pieces (studies) from the second list.
Scale and Arpeggio of A Major to begin on ‘Open A’ string (not on 1st finger G string as in syllabus example). Rhythm and bowing requirement as per syllabus example (page 16).
List A J.S. Bach: Gavotte should indicate: BWV 1012
List A Corelli: Sonata Op. 5 No. 5 should indicate: movement 5 ‘Giga’
This can be found in Violin Sonatas Op. 5 volume 2, Wiener Urtext edition.
List A Dvořák: Scherzo from Sonatina in G Op. 100 should include the Trio and Scherzo Da Capo
List A Haydn: Concerto in G major, Hob VIIA, no 4 – Cadenza should be played.
List A F Conti: ‘Quella Fiamma’ – this piece is attributed to Marcello by some sources. It is the same song.
List B Fauré: Song Without Words should indicate:
List B Fauré: Berceuse is not to be confused with Berceuse from ‘Dolly Suite’
Mozart: K299 Andantino , 2nd movt (arr. for flute and piano) should be presented without Cadenza
List C German Dance (Key: F Major) is on page 19 of ‘Learn as you play Clarinet’
List A Petit Jeu: Howard Ferguson is listed as composer in the syllabus. This piece was composed by Blémant, arranged by Howard Ferguson
List C Treble Study No. 103 is by Gariboldi and not Tulou
List B A. Gout: Circus Clowns should read No. 5