THAMES VALLEY UNIVERSITY London College of Music Examinations

Classical Guitar repertoire list
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................................................................. LCM Publications ... Examination Music ............................... for candidates who wish to play pieces only.............................................................. Step 2 ......... Grade 7 ............................ Grade 8 ...............................................................................................................................CLASSICAL GUITAR Contents Page Philosophy behind this Syllabus ................................ This repertoire list is valid from 1 August 2008 until 31 December 2013............................................................................... Viva Voce .................................................... Copies are available free of charge from LCM Examinations (tel: 020 8231 2364) or from local representatives.... Please see Section 5 of the syllabus for details................................. Aural Tests ............................. Grade 5 ..................................................................... Step 1 ................................................................................. Grade 1 ....................................................................................................................... Grade 3 ... Grade 2 ........................................................................................................................................................................ Leisure Play examinations are also available............ Grade 6 ....................................................................................................................... Useful Study Materials .................................. 1 .............................. Technical Guidelines ............. 2 2 3 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 21 21 This repertoire list should be read in conjunction with the Syllabus for General Graded Examinations in Music Performance.............. Grade 4 .............. QCA Accreditation and the NQF .............................................................

all other sections of the examination. Consequently. The examiner will not provide assistance with tuning. The syllabus is organised in such a way that technical demands are developed in a carefully structured. Care has been taken to avoid selecting inappropriate pieces that. This approach can particularly be seen in the Fingerboard Knowledge section where all scales. The ability to play melodic lines in a wide range of ‘ensemble’ settings is increasingly relevant in the current musical world. this syllabus also encourages exposure to musical material from the wider (non-guitar) classical-music repertoire in a bid to widen guitar candidates’ musical horizons and interests. the aim has been to choose a range of pieces for each grade that should enable the candidate at that level. with sufficient prior study. Although the Examination Handbooks give recommended suggestions. At higher grades this range is extended to encourage a broader range of study. However. In this respect. This syllabus reflects the fact that ‘solo’ guitar playing is not the only musical aspiration of many classical guitar players. Technical Guidelines 1. or other. are taken from the keys of the pieces required in the Performance section. 9. any systematic and musically effective right-hand alternate fingering combinations may be used for scales and arpeggios. Chords should be sounded string by string. Candidates should consult the relevant grade Examination Handbook which contains all the required music and also gives fuller details. the examination. but. 2 . syllabuses. arpeggios and chords that are required. Candidates should play nylon strung classical guitar. chords and key studies must be played from memory. and using free strokes on each string. without any notion of their practical application. chords. and also ensures that all the requirements of each examination are comprehensively and clearly explained. All scales. The core aim has been to establish a fully integrated syllabus – whereby each section of each examination directly relates to. 2. at early grades. whilst ‘technically’ playable at a certain grade of playing. advice and information on ALL sections of the examination. In addition. The production of a full range of accompanying Examination Handbooks (which cover ALL sections of the examinations) guarantees that all the required music is readily available in a reliable edition. 6. examples. with a readily identifiable practical result. there are opportunities to develop abilities in this area. other alternative systematic fingerings will be accepted provided that they are musically effective. even here. Any effective right-hand fingering is acceptable. 8. arpeggios. and reinforces. present a level of difficulty such that the candidate is unlikely to be able to develop other (non-technical) aspects of the music. cumulative way. 7. The use of tuning aids is only permitted prior to.Philosophy behind the Syllabus This range of examinations has been developed by the Registry of Guitar Tutors. starting with the lowest bass note. The important technical and educational benefits of scale practice are then gained in a positive and rewarding way. The Examination Handbooks give specific guidance in regard to left-hand fingering of scales. arpeggios and pieces. All scales and arpeggios must be played ascending and descending. Suggested tempi for all requirements are listed in the Examination Handbooks. whilst scales may be played either tirando or apoyando (rest stroke) provided that the tone is clear and strong. throughout all grades of this syllabus. to achieve a really musical result. in association with London College of Music Examinations. This in no sense implies that the standard of musical performance expected is lower than previous. Rather it stresses that it is the overall quality of musical (rather than just technical) performance and interpretation that is considered foremost. the Key Studies are designed to ensure that candidates relate their learning of scales to practical music – so aiming to avoid the scenario of scales being learnt ‘just for the sake of an examination’. most fingerboard knowledge requirements are designed to reinforce and reflect the content of the set pieces. and consequently being forgotten almost instantly after the examination. 4. Candidates must provide their own footstools if required. 3. Arpeggios should always be played tirando (free stroke). or at the start of. In the selection of pieces. 5. The integrated structure of this syllabus makes the learning of scales and other technical requirements an explicitly worthwhile musical exercise.

Accreditation details are as follows: Awarding Body: Thames Valley University Qualification Title: Graded Examination in Music Performance Foundation Level Exams (Accreditation No: 100/1989/3) • Grade 1 Classical Guitar • Grade 2 Classical Guitar • Grade 3 Classical Guitar Unit No: M/101/2705 Unit No: Y/101/2732 Unit No: J/101/2760 Intermediate Level Exams (Accreditation No: 100/1988/1) • Grade 4 Classical Guitar • Grade 5 Classical Guitar Unit No: M/101/2641 Unit No: R/101/2678 Advanced Level Exams (Accreditation No: 100/1987/X) • Grade 6 Classical Guitar • Grade 7 Classical Guitar • Grade 8 Classical Guitar Unit No: R/101/2535 Unit No: M/101/2574 Unit No: D/101/2604 LCM Publications In addition to the RGT Examination Handbooks. email: mail@music-exchange.music-exchange.QCA Accreditation and the National Qualifications Framework TVU’s graded examinations in Classical Guitar are fully accredited in England by the Qualifications & Curriculum Authority (QCA).BooksForGuitar. They have been placed on the National Qualifications Framework (NQF) at Foundation. A complete list of titles may be found on their website – www. the following LCM Publications are relevant to this syllabus and may provide useful additional practice material: • • Specimen Aural Tests (Revised 2006) (LL189) LCM Aural Handbook (LL205) LCM Publications are distributed by Music Exchange (tel: 0161 946 9301. The handbooks are available from many good music/book stores or can be ordered from Registry Publications (tel: 01424 222222). Intermediate and Advanced levels.co.co. or online at www. and by the corresponding authorities in Wales (DCELLS) and Northern Ireland (CCEA). which are tailor-made for LCM Classical Guitar examinations.uk The Classical Guitar handbooks are NOT published by LCM Publications.uk).com 3 .

Pieces Sabor (1950-2001) Biederman (1958-) Kiselev (1964-) Cook (1976-) Elegy Ritmico Kindness Sunbeams on the Sea A minor A minor A minor C major 15 marks Component 3 . The Step One Classical Guitar Handbook contains all the pieces and melodies required for the examination. pitch-names. together with advice on.ascending and descending.Viva Voce Recognition / identification of staff. Melodies Jesu. and examples of. or on-line at www. A. note types and values. together with performance tips.Performance Two melodies from List A AND one piece from List B.CLASSICAL GUITAR: STEP ONE Component 1 – Technical Work All presentations should be performed from memory. The Handbook also contains all the required scales. bar-lines. rest values. arpeggios and chords.S.BooksForGuitar.com 4 . Joy of Man’s Desiring Carnival of Venice Hungarian Dance No. 25 marks Component 2 . or by mail order from Registry Publications (01424 222222). 1 octave scales: C major and A harmonic minor . The Handbook is available from good music/books stores. the Viva Voce section. all relating to the music performed. 4 The Skaters C major C major A minor C major 60 marks J. Bach (1685-1750) Benedict (1804-85) Brahms (1833-97) Waldteufel (1837-1915) B.

) Burley (1948-) Biederman (1958-) Skinner (1960-) Malagueña The Chase In A Rush Tension In The Air A minor A minor C major E minor 15 marks Component 3 . The Handbook also contains all the required scales. Scales should be played ascending and descending. A and E harmonic minor Open position chords: C and G major. Melodies Spring Minuet Là Ci Darem La Mano William Tell Overture G major G major G major G major Vivaldi (1678-1741) J. Mozart (1756-1791) Rossini (1792-1868) B. and examples of. A and E minor 60 marks Component 2 .BooksForGuitar. Pieces Trad.A.com 5 . The Step Two Classical Guitar Handbook contains all the pieces and melodies required for the examination. A. the Viva Voce section.CLASSICAL GUITAR: STEP TWO Component 1 . arpeggios and chords. or on-line at www.Viva Voce As for Step One. or by mail order from Registry Publications (01424 222222). but now including dotted note values and knowledge about the position and purpose of the key and time signatures. All presentations should be performed from memory. together with performance tips. The Handbook is available from good music/books stores. together with advice on. All relating to the music performed. a) b) 1 octave scales: C and G major. chords should be played ascending only. Bach (1685-1750) W.Performance Two melodies from List A AND one piece from List B.S. (20th C.Technical Work 25 marks The examiner will request a selection of some of the following. accidentals and basic dynamic signs.

31 No. Scales and arpeggios should be played ascending and descending. Sight Reading and Aural Tests sections of the examination. A. Up to one minute preparation time will be allowed to study the test before playing. A harmonic minor 2 octave scales: G major. and two contrasting pieces from list B. Op. together with performance tips.) Logy (1650-1721) Carulli (1770 -1841) Sor (1778-1839) Giuliani (1781-1829) Diabelli (1781-1858) Skinner (1960-) Kiselev (1964-) Greensleeves Gigue Poco Allegretto Op. Melodies Ninth Symphony theme (Ode To Joy) Rosamunde. or on-line at www. during which the candidate may try parts of the test if they wish.Viva Voce See pages 14-15. together with advice on. of a standard and range appropriate to the grade.1 Ecossaise.246 Andante. The Handbook is available from good music/books stores. Op. A and E minor Open position chords: C and G major. A and E minor 60 marks Component 2 – Performance Three performances (max. Specimen tests are included in the Handbook.BooksForGuitar.39 No. 3 Lullaby Swan Lake ‘Scene’ theme G major C major G major E minor Beethoven (1770-1827) Schubert (1797-1828) Brahms (1833-97) Tchaikovsky (1840-93) B.33 No.Sight Reading 10 marks A 4 bar melody in 1st position.com 6 . The Handbook also contains all the required scales. Sample questions are included in the Handbook.4 Scared Of The Dark Farewell Lady D A minor C major C major C major A minor C major E minor A minor 7 marks Component 3 . by mail order from Registry Publications (01424 222222). chords should be played ascending only.Technical Work 15 marks All presentations should be performed from memory. 20 marks each): one melody from list A. arpeggios and chords. in the key of C or G major. 8 marks The Grade One Classical Guitar Handbook contains all the pieces and melodies required for the examination.10 Allegretto. a) b) c) d) 1 octave scale: C major. Component 5 . and examples of. or A or E minor.CLASSICAL GUITAR: GRADE ONE Component 1 . Entr'acte No.Aural Tests See pages 16-20. the Viva Voce. Pieces Anon (16th. Op. in 24 or 34 time. The examiner will request a selection of some of the following. C. E harmonic minor 1 octave arpeggios: C and G major. Component 4 .

34 or 44 time.Sight Reading 10 marks A 4 bar melody in the key of C. The Handbook also contains all the required scales. together with advice on. Up to one minute preparation time will be allowed to study the test before playing. Pieces Calvi (1612-1669) Carulli (1770-1841) Sor (1778-1839) Giuliani (1781-1829) Nuttall (1949-) Houghton (1959-) Kiselev (1964-) Couch (1976-) Canario Waltz. A harmonic minor 1 octave arpeggios: C.com 7 .CLASSICAL GUITAR: GRADE TWO Component 1 . Sample questions are included in the Handbook.Viva Voce See pages 14-15.50 No. the Viva Voce. Op. 8 marks The Grade Two Classical Guitar Handbook contains all the pieces and melodies required for the examination. The examiner will request a selection of some of the following. A. The Handbook is available from good music/books stores.13 Cameltrain Battle Drone Clown On A Horse Waltzing Matilda D major C major C major A minor A minor D major A major G major 7 marks Component 3 .1 Andante. Melodies See The Conquering Hero Comes Allegretto. during which the candidate may try parts of the test if they wish. ranging up to 2nd position. arpeggios and chords. or their relative minors. Specimen tests are included in the Handbook. in 24. D and E major 60 marks Component 2 .1 Allegro. by mail order from Registry Publications (01424 222222). from Symphony No.Technical Work 15 marks All presentations should be performed from memory. Op. and two contrasting pieces from list B. Sight Reading and Aural Tests sections of the examination. chords should be played ascending only.6 Pomp and Circumstance March No. Scales and arpeggios should be played ascending and descending.BooksForGuitar. and examples of. or on-line at www. G or D major. Component 5 .Performance Three performances (max.35 No. a) b) c) d) e) 1 octave scales: D major 2 octave scales: A and F major. Op. together with performance tips.Aural Tests See pages 16-20. 20 marks each): one melody from list A.1 O Sole Mio F major D major D major A major Handel (1685-1759) Beethoven (1770-1827) Elgar (1857-1934) Di Capua (1865-1917) B. Component 4 .121 No. D and F major 2 octave arpeggios: G major and E minor Open position chords: A.

All presentations should be performed from memory. a) b) c) d) 2 octave scales: A and E chromatic. the Viva Voce. together with advice on. by mail order from Registry Publications (01424 222222). A and E harmonic minor 2 octave arpeggio: A and E major.Technical Work 15 marks The examiner will request a selection of any of the following. arpeggios. 8 marks Component 5 . Sight Reading and Aural Tests sections of the examination. but always including a Key Study ‘melodic theme’ (which may be awarded up to 5 marks). chords and melodic key study. The Grade Three Classical Guitar Handbook contains all the pieces required for the examination. Op. (i) Alla Hornpipe in Bb major (Handel). of 4 bars’ length. in 24. (16th C. ranging up to 2nd position.Aural Tests See pages 16-20.Performance Three pieces from the list below. The Handbook is available from good music/books stores. Component 4 . G harmonic and melodic minor. 34. chords should be played ascending only.21 No.BooksForGuitar. plus ONE melodic theme of the candidate’s choice. 44 or time.60 No.) Dowland (1563-1626) Logy (1650-1721) Sor (1778-1839) Carcassi (1792-1853) Ferrer (1835-1916) Marsh (1949-) Lindsay Clark (1956-) Carlos Sánchez (1963-) Willson’s Wilde Mistris Winter’s Jump Aria Andante Op.com 8 . Sample questions are included in the Handbook.Sight Reading 6 8 10 marks A 2-part piece. OR (ii) Largo in Bb major (Dvorak) 60 marks Component 2 . Up to one minute preparation time will be allowed to study the test before playing. F and G major Key Study: 2 octave scales . with some contrasting pieces to demonstrate the candidate’s range. during which the candidate may try parts of the test if they wish. A and E major. Anon. and examples of.Bb major. together with performance tips. Scales and arpeggios should be played ascending and descending. The programme should be balanced.Viva Voce See pages 14-15.9 Ejercicio (Vals) Cochise Montanas Nebulosas Andalucian Sunrise A major G major A minor E minor E major E minor A minor A minor A minor 7 marks Component 3 . or on-line at www. Bb. A and E minor Barré chords: C.14 Allegretto. Specimen tests are included in the Handbook. with a key signature range of 1 flat to 2 sharps. The Handbook also contains all the required scales.CLASSICAL GUITAR: GRADE THREE Component 1 .

together with performance tips. arpeggios. C harmonic and melodic minor. The Handbook is available from good music/books stores. No 7 Etude in E Minor Sea Prelude Pamplona Seashore Parade Cherry D major D major B minor A minor E minor D major A minor A minor E minor 7 marks Component 3 .35 No. a) b) c) d) e) 2 octave scales: D chromatic. during which the candidate may try parts of the test if they wish. but always including a Key Study ‘melodic theme’ (which may be awarded up to 5 marks). Scales and arpeggios should be played ascending and descending.Aural Tests See pages 16-20. D and G major. plus ONE melodic theme of the candidate’s choice. Op. All presentations should be performed from memory. chords and melodic key study. C. 8 marks The Grade Four Classical Guitar Handbook contains all the pieces required for the examination. Neusiedler (1531-1590) Kellner (1670-1748) Sor (1778-1839) Carcassi (1792-1853) Tárrega (1852-1909) Hart (1948-) Lindsey Clark(1956-) Skinner (1960-) Couch (1976-) Lady Fugger’s Dance Aria Allegretto. 8 bars in length. or on-line at www.CLASSICAL GUITAR: GRADE FOUR Component 1 . B harmonic and melodic minor 3 octave scales: E harmonic minor 3 octave arpeggios: E minor Major chords with ANY root note Key Study: 2 octave scales . OR (ii) Merry Widow Waltz in Eb major (Lehar) 60 marks Component 2 . with some contrasting pieces to demonstrate the candidate’s range.22 Allegro.Eb major. Sample questions are included in the Handbook. ranging up to 3rd position. Component 5 . Up to one minute preparation time will be allowed to study the test before playing. Op 60. chords should be played ascending only. Sight Reading and Aural Tests sections of the examination. (i) Grand March in Eb major (Verdi). together with advice on.Sight Reading 10 marks A 2-part piece.Technical Work 15 marks The examiner will request a selection of any of the following.BooksForGuitar. The programme should be balanced.com 9 . with a key signature range of 1 flat to 2 sharps.Performance Three pieces from the list below. by mail order from Registry Publications (01424 222222). Specimen tests are included in the Handbook. and examples of. The Handbook also contains all the required scales. the Viva Voce.Viva Voce See pages 14-15. Component 4 .

(i) La Donna E Mobile in Ab major (Verdi). Component 5 . together with performance tips. F harmonic and melodic minor. arpeggios. All presentations should be performed from memory. the Viva Voce. Up to one minute preparation time will be allowed to study the test before playing. a) b) c) d) e) 2 octave major scales in ANY key 3 octave scales: E chromatic.com 10 . The programme should be balanced.Performance Three pieces from the list below. with some contrasting pieces to demonstrate the candidate’s range. E melodic minor 3 octave arpeggios: E major. during which the candidate may try parts of the test if they wish. chords should be played ascending only.BooksForGuitar. E dominant 7th Major and minor chords with ANY root note Key Study: 2 octave scales . together with advice on. E harmonic minor. chords and melodic key study. 19th C) Tárrega (1852-1909) Lauro (1917-1986) Houghton (1959-) Skinner (1960-) Smith (1966-) My Lord Willoughby’s Welcome Home Allegro. Op.CLASSICAL GUITAR: GRADE FIVE Component 1 .Aural Tests See pages 16-20.Viva Voce See pages 14-15.2 Fields of Green A minor D major A major E minor E major A minor A minor A minor E major 7 marks Component 3 . 8 marks The Grade Five Classical Guitar Handbook contains all the pieces required for the examination. The Handbook is available from good music/books stores. Specimen tests are included in the Handbook.Ab major. Op. plus ONE melodic theme of the candidate’s choice. and examples of. ranging up to 3rd position.60 No.Technical Work 15 marks The examiner will request a selection of any of the following. Sample questions are included in the Handbook. 40 No. E major. The Handbook also contains all the required scales.3 Romance Lagrima La Gatica Invention Reflections No. Sight Reading and Aural Tests sections of the examination. but always including a Key Study ‘melodic theme’ (which may be awarded up to 5 marks). OR (ii) Humoreske in Ab major (Dvorak) 60 marks Component 2 . by mail order from Registry Publications (01424 222222). Component 4 . with a key signature range of 1 flat to 3 sharps. 6 Andantino. or on-line at www.Sight Reading 10 marks A 3-part piece. of 8 bars’ length. Dowland (1563-1626) Giuliani (1781–1829) Carcassi (1792-1853) Anon (Trad. Scales and arpeggios should be played ascending and descending. E minor.

23 Rosita Preludio Tristón Jono E minor D major E minor C major A major D major E minor A major If preferred.4. Component 3 .60 No.) Tárrega (1852-1909) Adelita.13 Allegro. chords should be played ascending only. plus ONE melodic theme of the candidate’s choice. (i) Rondeau in G# minor (Purcell).L. harmonic and melodic minor 2 octave arpeggios starting from ANY root note: major.3 (Berben 1533) Moreno Torroba (1891-1982) Romance de los Pinos (“Montemayor”). Merlin (1952-) Carnavalito. a) b) c) d) e) f) 3 octave scales: F chromatic. Op. Scales and arpeggios should be played ascending and descending.Technical Work 15 marks The examiner will request a selection of any of the following. from the Complete Early Spanish Editions (Chanterelle 1000) or from Opere per Chitarra Vol. 7 marks Component 4 . which may contain 4 note chords.D. at least two of which must be from the list below. chords and melodic key study.B major. 5.Viva Voce See pages 14-15. dominant 7th Major.com 11 . All presentations should be performed from memory. providing that it is of at least a similar technical level to the pieces in the grade handbook. but always including a Key Study ‘melodic theme’ (which may be awarded up to 5 marks).Performance Three pieces. Ed. from BMV996 Maestoso. ONE piece may instead be chosen from the list of supplementary pieces provided below that are not included in the examination handbook. during which the candidate may try parts of the test if they wish. Dowland (1563-1626) Sanz (1640-1710) J. 8ths and 10ths 2 octave scales in ANY key: major. Sample questions are included in the Handbook. with some contrasting pieces to demonstrate the candidate’s range. The Handbook also contains all the required scales. Duarte (Universal 29174) Brouwer (1939-) Un Dia de Noviembre (Chester CH61839) J. 8 marks The Grade Six Classical Guitar Handbook contains the 8 main pieces listed for the examination. The programme should be balanced. (To aid accessibility publisher details are provided but alternative reliable editions may be used if preferred. the Viva Voce. No. Up to one minute’s preparation time will be allowed to study the test before playing. Pujol (1957-) Skinner (1960-) Preludium Canarios Bouree. F harmonic and melodic minor 1 octave C major scale in 3rds. with a key signature range of 2 flats to 4 sharps. OR (ii) Jupiter in B major (Holst) 60 marks Component 2 .BooksForGuitar.Sight Reading 10 marks An 8-bar piece. F major.48 No. Component 5 . ranging up to 5th position. minor and dominant 7th chords with ANY root Key Study: 2 octave scales . Sight Reading and Aural Tests sections of the examination.Aural Tests See pages 16-20. or on-line at www. 6ths.CLASSICAL GUITAR: GRADE SIX Component 1 . Specimen tests are included in the Handbook. minor. from Trois Pièces for Guitar (Eschig ME7176) Lauro (1917-1986) El Marabino (Caroni Music CAR2002) Riera (1926-1999) Valse. and examples of. The Handbook is available from good music/books stores. together with advice on.S. Bach (1685-1750) Giuliani (1781-1829) Carcassi (1792-1853) Tárrega (1852-1909) M. Op. together with performance tips. arpeggios. from Preludes for David Russell (Edition Bafa) OR ONE ‘free choice’ piece of the candidate’s own choosing. G# harmonic and melodic minor. from Suite del Recuerdo (Tuscany Publications TPS007) Belevi (1954-) Prelude No. by mail order from Registry Publications (01424 222222). from Four Venezuelan Pieces. from Castles of Spain Volume 1 (Guitar Solo Publications GSP 74) Tansman (1897-1986) Alla Polacca.

BooksForGuitar. at least two of which must be from the list below. 8 marks The Grade Seven Classical Guitar Handbook contains the 8 main pieces listed for the examination. during which the candidate may try parts of the test if they wish. The Handbook is available from good music/books stores. The Handbook also contains all the required scales. chords should be played ascending only.38 No. of a standard appropriate to the grade. 7 marks Component 4 . G harmonic and melodic minor 1 octave E harmonic minor scale in 3 different fingerboard positions 1 octave A major scale in 3rds. ONE piece may instead be chosen from the list of supplementary pieces provided below that are not included in the examination handbook. Op. Component 2 . Dyens (Lemoine 27247HL) Granados (1867-1916) Dedicatoria (Union Musical Ediciones UMG20925) Villa-Lobos (1887-1959) Prélude No.com 12 . chords and melodic key study. from 5 Sketches for Guitar (Edition Bafa) Dyens (1955-) Mambo des Nuances (Lemoine 26193HL) OR ONE ‘free choice’ piece of the candidate’s own choosing.60 No. Sample questions are included in the Handbook.Viva Voce See pages 14-15. A minor Chords in 3 different fingerboard positions: E minor Key Study: 2 octave scales . from Castles of Spain Volume 1 (Guitar Solo Publications GSP 74) Lauro (1917-1986) Carora (Caroni Music CAR2002) Brouwer (1939-) Berceuse (Durand DF15742) Giltrap (1948-) For Those Who Bring Sunshine. Bach (1685-1750) Sor (1778-1839) Carcassi (1792-1853) Coste (1805-1883) Tárrega (1852-1909) M.) Corbetta (1612-1681) Courante. Op. All presentations should be performed from memory. with some contrasting pieces to demonstrate the candidate’s range. together with performance tips.25 Scherzando.CLASSICAL GUITAR: GRADE SEVEN Component 1 . 6ths.8 Gran Vals Candombe En Mi D minor D major E minor A major A major E minor A major E minor Three pieces. from The Long Road Home (Lathkill Music LMP 119) Belevi (1954-) No. a) b) c) d) e) f) g) 2 octave scales in ANY key: chromatic.3 (Max Eschig ME6733 or ME9333) Moreno Torroba (1891-1982) Torija. The programme should be balanced.3 Allegro Brillante. from Suite in A minor (Universal Edition UE29156) Weiss (1686-1750) Fantasie (Schott ED12320) Ponce (1882-1948) Valse (Schott GA153) Satie (1866-1925) Gnossienne No. (i) Caprice in Bb minor (Paganini).Aural Tests See pages 16-20.Sight Reading 10 marks An 8-bar piece. ranging up to 7th position.43 No. providing that it is of at least a similar technical level to the pieces in the grade handbook. Op. Arr. but always including a Key Study ‘melodic theme’ (which may be awarded up to 5 marks). or on-line at www.5. Bb harmonic and melodic minor.Performance Dowland (1563-1626) Praetorius (1571-1621) J. major.S. G major.Db major. plus ONE melodic theme of the candidate’s choice. and examples of. A major. together with advice on. Sight Reading and Aural Tests sections of the examination. OR (ii) Salut D’Amour in Db major (Elgar) 60 marks 15 marks The examiner will request a selection of any of the following.1. the Viva Voce. Pujol (1957-) Melancholy Galliard Courante Allemande. Component 3 . G minor. (To aid accessibility publisher details are provided but alternative reliable editions may be used if preferred. arpeggios. from BWV996 Cantabile. If preferred. with a key signature range of 3 flats to 4 sharps. Specimen tests are included in the Handbook.D. 8ths and 10ths 3 octave arpeggios: G major. by mail order from Registry Publications (01424 222222). harmonic and melodic minor 3 octave scales: G chromatic. Up to one minute’s preparation time will be allowed to study the test before playing. Component 5 .Technical Work Scales and arpeggios should be played ascending and descending.

Specimen tests are included in the Handbook. with a key signature range of 4 flats to 5 sharps. OR (ii) Pavane in Eb minor (Fauré) Component 2 . ranging up to 9th position.Sight Reading 10 marks An 8-bar piece. a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) 2 octave scales in ANY key: chromatic. chords and melodic key study. chords should be played ascending only. the Viva Voce.CLASSICAL GUITAR: GRADE EIGHT Theory of Music Grade Five must have been passed (see syllabus regulations).Performance J. minor.Technical Work 15 marks The examiner will request a selection of any of the following.Aural Tests See pages 16-20. The Handbook also contains all the required scales. Up to one minute’s preparation time will be allowed to study the test before playing. from Hommage à Tarrega (Schott GA136) Barrios (1885-1944) Preludio Saudade. during which the candidate may try parts of the test if they wish. diminished 7th 3 octave arpeggios with root notes of F# to A: major. If preferred.322 Overture. 7 marks Component 4 . ONE piece may instead be chosen from the list of supplementary pieces provided below that are not included in the examination handbook. from La Catedral (Alfred Publishing SI 00154) Rodrigo (1901-1999) En Los Trigales. The Handbook is available from good music/books stores. arpeggios. 2 Cavatina E major A major A major D major D minor D minor E major 60 marks Three pieces. harmonic and melodic minor 3 octave scales in the keys of F# to A: chromatic. Component 3 . dominant 7th. Op. but always including a Key Study ‘melodic theme’ (which may be awarded up to 5 marks). from El Decameron Negro (Editions Musicales Transatlantiques 1704) Giltrap (1948-) Tailor Bird. at least two of which must be from the list below. 6 No. harmonic and melodic minor 1 octave A major scale in 4 different fingerboard positions 1 octave G and E major scale in 3rds.S. and examples of. Sample questions are included in the Handbook. providing that it is of at least a similar technical level to the pieces in the grade handbook. or on-line at www. major. dominant 7th Chords: A major in 4 different fingerboard positions Key Study: 3 octave F# major scale. (i) March in F# major (Tchaikovsky). minor. with some contrasting pieces to demonstrate the candidate’s range. together with performance tips.BooksForGuitar. 6ths. All presentations should be performed from memory. from Waltz Album Op. together with advice on. from The Long Road Home (Lathkill Music LMP 119) Houghton (1959-) Grand Waltz. Component 1 . 8 marks The Grade Eight Classical Guitar Handbook contains the 8 main pieces listed for the examination. Bach (1685-1750) Scarlatti (1685-1757) Carulli (1770-1841) Giuliani (1781-1829) Tárrega (1852-1909) Walton (1902-1983) Myers (1930-1993) Gavotte en Rondeau from BWV1006 Sonata K. 8ths and 10ths 2 octave arpeggios starting from ANY root note: major. of a standard appropriate to the grade. The programme should be balanced. from Por los Campos de Espana (EJR 190151) Lauro (1917-1986) Natalia (Valse Criollo) (Caroni CAR2001 & CAR2003) Piazzolla (1921-1992) Milonga Del Angel (Chanterelle ECH725) Brouwer (1939-) La Arpa del Guerrerro. Scales and arpeggios should be played ascending and descending. from Sonatina Meridional (Schott GA151) Turina (1882-1949) Soleares.com 13 . 5 Capricho Árabe Bagatelle No. by mail order from Registry Publications (01424 222222).Viva Voce See pages 14-15. Op. Component 5 . major. 1 Andantino. 2 octave Eb harmonic and melodic minor scales. plus ONE melodic theme of the candidate’s choice.26 (Lathkill Music LMP 069) OR ONE ‘free choice’ piece of the candidate’s own choosing. 111 No. (To aid accessibility publisher details are provided but alternative reliable editions may be used if preferred. Sight Reading and Aural Tests sections of the examination.) Dowland (1653-1626) A Fancy (Schott ED12393) Weiss (1686-1750) Passacaglia (Universal Edition UE14428 or Schott ED12320) Villa-Lobos (1887-1959) Valsa-Choro (Max Eschig ME6793 or ME9333) Ponce (1882-1948) Campo.

etc. rhythmic values of notes and rests (including dotted notes). dynamics. all basic notational elements in the music performed in the Performance component of the exam. 'second'. Requirements: GRADES 1 AND 2 Candidates should be able to: • name. key and time signatures. 'fourth'. 'gentle and flowing'. The knowledge required for the Viva Voce is cumulative for Grades 1-8. pitches of individual notes. and to identify any particular difficulties (musical or technical) which were encountered. 4. 2. the music performed. bars and bar-lines. candidates may be asked to: • identify intervals up to and including an octave by numerical value only (e. • explain which is their favourite piece and why. Examiners are encouraged to conduct the tests in a flexible and conversational manner. and to name its principal constituent parts.g. • assign simple descriptive words to pieces to describe their mood ('happy'. etc. etc.). 'like a dance'. or number of questions. 'jazzy'. any knowledge required in earlier grades is required for later grades. articulation markings. GRADE 4 In addition to the requirements for Grades 1-3. including their nationality and approximate dates. i. candidates may be asked to: • identify intervals up to and including a fifth by numerical value only (e. clefs. Candidates are not expected to demonstrate on their instrument or to sing. and understanding of. There is no set form of words. examiners will also look for articulacy.). 'gentle'. • demonstrate a basic understanding of the workings of their instrument. use of correct terminology. • describe the mood or character of pieces using appropriate descriptive terminology ('fast and lively'. and a sense of engagement with. 'sad'. • discuss their approaches to learning the pieces. and the content of the questions. 'fourth'.). • discuss any pictorial or descriptive element of the music.) GRADE 3 In addition to the requirements for Grades 1 and 2. All questions and answers are verbal. 'bouncy'. including: staff. and any additional markings.Viva Voce Notes: 1. phrases. • demonstrate basic knowledge of composers of the music performed. • identify contrasts of mood within pieces. ornaments. 3. However. The number of questions asked. Although accuracy and appropriateness of response are the principal criteria of assessment. but they may choose to do so if they feel that this would clarify their answer.e. may differ from candidate to candidate. 14 .g. 'seventh'. and explain the meaning of. accidentals. the prime focus for the Viva Voce will always be the music performed in the Performance section of the exam. etc.

contrasting or repeated sections). circle of 5ths. 15 . candidates may be asked to: • demonstrate knowledge of other music by the same composers.). • identify cadences. as occurring in the music (either as chords or as melodic patterns). and why.GRADE 5 In addition to the requirements for Grades 1-4. candidates may be asked to: • discuss their personal responses to the music performed: the extent to which they like or dislike it. 'Major 2nd'.). GRADE 8 In addition to the requirements for Grades 1-7. Baroque. GRADE 7 In addition to the requirements for Grades 1-6.g. including sevenths and dissonances. • demonstrate knowledge of formal structures (e. • identify the historical period of the music performed (Renaissance. and why.g. and aspects of interpretation. demonstrating evidence of a rounded musical awareness. sequence. candidates may be asked to: • identify more complex chords. • identify melodic and harmonic features of the music (e. • demonstrate awareness of the historical and stylistic context of the music. • give basic biographical information about the composers of the music performed.). ternary.g. • identify principal modulations (by naming the new key or its relationship to the home key).g. indicating to the examiner which aspects of their performance they were happy or unhappy with. pedal points. • discuss with the examiner a range of issues arising from the music performed. rondo etc. • identify any interval by number and type. binary. • demonstrate knowledge of basic formal structures (e. or find it challenging or rewarding. and the candidate's response to it as a performer. in terms both of the repertoire itself. GRADE 6 In addition to the requirements for Grades 1-5. 'Perfect 4th'. including the use of certain techniques. melodic inversion. • demonstrate a widening musical awareness a little beyond the music performed. • identify major and minor chords as occurring in the music (either as chords or as melodic patterns). etc. candidates may be asked to: • identify intervals up to and including an octave by number and type (e.). • demonstrate a self-critical awareness of their own performance. etc. etc. • approaches to learning the music.

) (Where a minor key is used. examiners must be informed prior to the administration of the tests (see note 1 above). 2nd. Examiners are encouraged to conduct the tests in a conversational manner.Aural Tests Notes: 1. test 1(c). 2. 'minim. at the examiner's discretion (1 mark). C.g. as the examiner plays the passage again (2 marks). GRADE 1 TEST 1(b). In tests where the identification of note values (rhythmic values) is required. Requirements: GRADE 1 Rhythm A short harmonised passage. Candidates may request tests to be transposed if required by their vocal range. The two notes will be played again. Candidates will be asked to: 2 (b) sing back one of the two notes (EITHER the first OR the second. 3. at the examiner's discretion) (1 mark). 3.) Please note that from Grade 2 onwards. They may join in during the initial playing. In this case. B. crotchet. The passage will be in either 2/4 or 3/4 time. The examiner will stop playing before the final (tonic) note. 'ah'. The candidate will be asked to: 2 (c) sing clearly the missing final tonic (2 marks). clap or tap on each pulse beat. Candidates will be asked to: 1 (a) 1 (b) identify the time signature as “2” or “3” time (2 marks). Examiners will use a piano or a guitar to conduct the tests. 4. Pitch Two notes of different pitches will be played. candidates may use letter-names (A. Candidates will be asked to: 2 (a) identify as “first” or “second” which of the two notes is EITHER the higher OR the lower. etc. four quavers'. or number (1. In tests where a sung response is required. etc. Examiners will ask candidates to stand or sit in such a position that they cannot see the piano keyboard or guitar fingerboard. of approximately 4 bars in length. or a second playing may be given. 2. Candidates may request any test to be given one repeat playing without loss of marks. 'la'. candidates may use any clear and appropriate syllable or vowel sound (e. candidates are required to respond by listing the rhythmic values in order. 6. conduct). This may be done either via the Centre representative or attendant on the day (in advance of the examination). one after the other. in 2 or 3 time. it will be assumed that doh=tonic. candidates are required to beat time (i. of approximately 6-8 bars in length. Candidates may elect to respond to tests 1(a) and 1(b) in reverse order. 7. etc. GRADE 3 TEST 2(b): where a candidate wishes to respond to either of these tests in the alternative manner as specified.). 5. NOT to tap or clap the pulse. the examiner should be informed in advance of the tests being administered (see Note 1 above). etc. in time. The key-chord of a major key will be played. 8. accenting the first beat of each bar.e. e. in this case. such as Grade 2. 'oo'.) They may also hum or whistle. or by the candidate (in the examination. 16 . will be played.g. tonic sol-fa (doh.). Candidates may play back such tests on their instrument if they prefer. crotchet' or 'minim. 3rd. the examiner must be informed in advance of the tests being administered.. re mi. in advance of the tests). Please note that the printed wording is a guide only. or 1st. etc. followed by a short unharmonised melody in the same key. In tests where responses describing pitch are required.

17 . using a different interval (1 mark). and the key stated. in time with the examiner’s playing. One of the bars on that line will be played. 4th. Candidates may elect to respond to test 2(b) by playing the melody on their instrument. G. with a clear beat-shape (conducting pattern). Pitch A major or minor triad will be played. will be played. The test will be repeated. as the examiner plays the passage again (1 mark). The passage will be in 6/8 time. will be played. as the examiner plays the passage again (1 mark). The triad will be played again. will be played. G. c and d). EITHER by letter name OR by tonic sol-fa name OR by number (1. F. Candidates will be asked to: 2 (a) identify the note as “bottom. middle or top” OR “Doh. followed by one note taken from the triad. Perfect 4th. Candidates will be asked to: 2(a) identify the interval. The test will be repeated. Candidates will be asked to: 1 (a) beat (conduct) time. Rhythms will be limited to crotchets. each of which will contain four individual bars of music in 6/8 time (marked a. using a different example (1 mark). The examiner will then play any ONE of these notes again. the examiner should be informed in advance of the tests being administered (see note 1 above). In this case. Perfect 5th. Candidates will be asked to: 2 (b) sing back the melody (3 marks). of approximately 8 bars in length. 4 or 5) as elected by the candidate (1 mark). followed by the first five notes of the scale in ascending order. and D majors only) will be played. 3. The passage will be in either 3/4 or 4/4 time. Candidates will be asked to: 1 (b) indicate which bar (a. by numerical value only (2nd. twice. GRADE 3 Rhythm A short harmonised passage. of approximately 8 bars in length. c or d) has been played (1 mark). and once with the pitches sounded together. using a different example (1 mark). in the same key. 2 and 3). Major 3rd. and will play it in an unharmonised version. The test will be repeated. Candidates will be asked to: 1 (a) 1 (b) identify the time signature as "3" or "4" time (1 mark). Candidates will be asked to: 2 (b) state if the triad is major or minor (1 mark). with a clear beat-shape (conducting pattern). Candidates will be asked to: 2 (c) identify the note. 2. and the key stated. The examiner will indicate which line of music is being used. Pitch An interval will be played twice. instead of singing. Mi or Soh” OR “root. 5th) (1 mark). 3rd or 5th” (candidate's choice) (1 mark). b. twice.GRADE 2 Rhythm A short harmonised passage. quavers. of approximately 3 bars in length. dotted minims and semibreves. beat (conduct) time. minims. Candidates will be asked to: 1 (c) identify and describe the note values (rhythmic values of the notes) in the bar (2 marks). once with the pitches sounded successively. 2 beats in the bar (NOT 6 beats in the bar). b. A and E minors only) will be played. F and Bb majors. A short unharmonised melody. in time with the examiner’s playing. The key-chord of a major key (C. The examiner will select one bar from the passage. The intervals will be restricted to the following: Major 2nd. 3rd. The candidate will be shown three lines of music (marked 1. The key-chord of a major or minor key (C. D.

with the pitches sounded together. Candidates will be asked to: 2(a) identify the interval. by numerical value and type (1 mark). minor or perfect interval up to and including an octave. with a correct and clear beat shape (conducting pattern) according to the time signature of the music. Candidates will be asked to: 1 (a) beat (conduct) time. 3/4. will be played. twice. The versions will differ in pitch. as the examiner plays the passage again. (2 marks). Pitch An interval will be played twice. Candidates will be asked to: 2(a) identify the interval. of approximately 2 bars in length. Candidates will be asked to: 1 (b) identify and describe the note values (rhythmic values of the notes) in the phrase (2 marks). of approximately 8 bars in length. The phrase will include no rhythmic values shorter than a semiquaver. will be played. using a different interval (1 mark). taken from the passage. in time with the examiner's playing. imperfect. Candidates will be asked to: 2 (b) identify the cadence. will be played in an unharmonised version. of approximately 8 bars in length. The test will be repeated. Candidates will be asked to: 1 (a) beat (conduct) time. 2 and 3). will be played in an unharmonised version. with a correct and clear beat shape (conducting pattern) according to the time signature of the music. A short phrase. The interval may be any major. The key-chord of a major key will be sounded. in time with the examiner's playing. by type and numerical value (1 mark). (Passages in 6/8 or 6/4 time should be conducted with a 2-beat or 6-beat pattern as appropriate). but may include simple dotted patterns. either by its conventional name. 4/4. Pitch An interval will be played twice. GRADE 5 Rhythm A short harmonised passage. using a different example (1 mark). Candidates will be asked to: 1 (b) clap or tap back the rhythm of the phrase (2 marks). Candidates will be asked to: 2 (b) identify which version was played (2 marks). A short melody in the same key. will be played. and once with the pitches sounded together. (2 marks). using a different interval (1 mark). The test will be repeated.GRADE 4 Rhythm A short harmonised passage. finishing with a harmonised cadence (perfect. 4/4 or 6/8 time. The passage will be in either 2/4. One of the versions will be played. The passage will be in either 2/4. of approximately 2 bars in length. taken from the passage. (Passages in 6/8 time should be conducted with a 2-beat pattern). but not in rhythm. or as “finished” (perfect and plagal) or “unfinished” (imperfect or interrupted) (1 mark). twice. once with the pitches sounded successively. or interrupted) in the home key. twice. 6/8 or 6/4 time. The interval will be restricted to any major. The test will be repeated. A short phrase. 3/4. minor or perfect interval within the octave. 18 . of approximately 2 bars in length. as the examiner plays the passage again. plagal. as well as the augmented 4th / diminished 5th. The candidate will be shown three similar versions of a short melody (marked 1.

will be played.GRADE 6 Rhythm and Pitch A harmonised passage. will be played. The passage will contain one modulation to a related key (dominant. The key-chord of a major key will be sounded. twice. Candidates will be asked to: identify the cadence by its conventional name. finishing with a harmonised cadence (perfect. 2. imperfect. first as occurring in the melody. either by name or by relationship to the home key (candidate's choice) (1 mark). AAB. or dynamic markings. These pitches will be played again. will be played. in simple time. will be played. ABAB. The candidate will be given a copy of the score. A short phrase from the passage. GRADE 7 1 (a) A harmonised passage of approximately 12 to 16 bars in length. Candidates will be asked to: 2 (a) identify the cadence by its conventional name (1 mark). imperfect. and containing some syncopated patterns. and then with the pitches sounded together (1 mark). subdominant. A short melody in the same key. tempo. of approximately 4 bars in length. plagal. without phrasing. and the key named. further shorter sections may also be played again. finishing with a perfect cadence in that key. by number and type. identify whether the passage is in a major or minor key (1 mark). of 1-2 bars in length. any interval within the octave. Candidates will be asked to: 2 (b) identify the key into which the passage has modulated. in either simple or compound time. A short harmonised passage in the same key. of not more than six bars in length. or relative minor). Pitch The key-chord of a major key will be sounded. using a different example (1 mark). of approximately 2 bars in length. identify. finishing with a harmonised cadence (perfect. The key-chord of a major or minor key will be sounded. of approximately 2 bars in length. once. (1 mark). The passage will be played once again in full. Candidates will be asked a selection of the following: • • • • 1 (b) to identify the time signature to identify whether the passage is in a major or minor key to describe the overall dynamics to describe the basic overall form (this will be limited to AB. or interrupted) in the home key. will be played again in an unharmonised version. occurring in the melody-line between two succeeding notes. A short harmonised passage in the same key. 19 . Candidates will be asked to: 1(d) 1(e) clap or tap back the rhythm of the phrase (1 mark). identify and describe the note values (rhythmic values) in the phrase (2 marks). AABA) (2 marks). will be played. ABA. Candidates will be asked a selection of the following: • • • • • • • • • to suggest an appropriate tempo marking to describe changes in tempo to name the key to describe phrasing patterns to describe dynamics to describe articulation to identify modulations to identify ornaments to confirm their description of the form (4 marks). articulation. Candidates will be asked to: 1(a) 1(b) 1(c) identify the time signature (1 mark). or interrupted) in the home key. The test will be repeated.

A harmonised passage of approximately 12 to 16 bars in length. as well as more organic forms. ornamentation. Baroque. tempo. taken from the passage. may also be played again. tempo. without phrasing. in either simple or compound time. to identify the time signature. articulation and/or dynamics. Candidates will be asked a selection of the following: • • • • • • • • 2. articulation. to identify any interval in the melodic line between two successive notes. as occurring in the melody). motivic development. articulation and/or dynamics. pedal points. to identify changes in phrasing. repetition. The candidate will be given a copy of the score. modulation.GRADE 8 1. ABA'B. to describe and identify any particularly noticeable aspects of the dynamics. Candidates will be asked a selection of the following: • • • • • • to name the key to identify modulations to identify ornaments to describe the overall form (in addition to those specified for Grade 7. 20 . to identify whether the passage is in a major or minor key. ABCBA. AA'BA. phrasing. further shorter sections. sometimes with changes in phrasing. tempo. in short passages. to suggest an appropriate tempo marking. inversion. or identify and describe the note values (rhythmic values) of. of up to 2 bars in length. once. etc. Twentieth Century or Modern. (examiners may play certain extracts from the passage again). these may include ABCA. augmentation / diminution. texture. or dynamic markings. played again by the examiner (4 marks). to identify a cadence. etc. The passage will be played once again in full. Romantic. Jazz / Popular). or forms based on imitative or fugal structures). Classical. to identify simple melodic. articulation. a short phrase of 1-2 bars in duration. up to and including a Major 10th (the two pitches will be played again. and similar structures. rhythmic or harmonic devices. taken from the passage and played again in an unharmonised version. will be played. to suggest a musical style (Renaissance. of up to 4 bars in length. played in two different styles by the examiner (4 marks). to clap back. such as sequence.

purchase of an Examination Handbook is the only method of acquiring an examination entry form.BooksForGuitar. In order to ensure that. Publications may be stocked or ordered by your local music retailer or from specialist suppliers such as GuitarNotes (www.com 21 . Candidates should ensure that they have obtained all the necessary scores before submitting an examination entry. tablature. ƒ ƒ ƒ All these books are available from Registry Publications (01424 222222) or can be ordered on-line at www. All the music is shown in both traditional notation and tablature. and a CD recording of the pieces. All the music is shown in both traditional notation and tablature. historical information. A performance guide is provided to help you master the technical challenges of each piece. Routes To Sightreading For Guitarists Books I and II: These books provide useful advice and practice in music reading for the novice and early grades player.uk. tel: 0115 9622709). The only exceptions to this are for siblings and ‘re-entry’ – in both cases special entry forms are available from LCM Exams. All pieces are performed on the accompanying CD at both practice and performance speeds. Candidates choosing works from the Supplementary Pieces List in Grades 6-8 will need to obtain music by other publishers/distributors. Written by examiner Chaz Hart. Publication reference numbers have been quoted where possible. A performance guide is provided to help you master the technical challenges of each piece. all candidates are fully conversant with the exact musical requirements of each examination.co. Classical Guitar Miniatures: This book/CD includes a selection of 10 contemporary pieces chosen mainly from the syllabus (Step 1 to Grade 2).guitarnotes. Every effort has been made to ensure that items listed are readily obtainable. Supplementary Study Materials In addition to the RGT Examination Handbooks. Each handbook contains all the music and all other requirements for the grade. performance study notes.Examination Music The Registry of Guitar Tutors publishes a handbook for each Step and Grade examination. the following publications will prove useful for those studying for these examinations: ƒ Early Grade Classical Guitar: This book/CD includes a selection of 10 pieces chosen mainly from the syllabus (Step 2 to Grade 2). The Classic Collection: This book/CD includes a selection of 10 pieces chosen mainly from the syllabus (Grades 3 to 6) complete with notation. before entering the examination. but no guarantee can be made that this will remain the case for all items throughout the duration of the syllabus. All pieces are performed on the accompanying CD at both practice and performance speeds.

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