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Clarinet

Grade 1

Candidates must take the following five tests:

a pieces (60 marks) See page 4. Three pieces are to be performed, one from each group.
Group A (20 marks) ANONYMOUS BAERMANN PLAYFORD RAE TRADITIONAL WIGGINS Group B (20 marks) BARRATT BRAHMS GERSHWIN HARRIS JOPLIN WEBER Group C (20 marks) DEMNITZ HARRIS LAZARUS LYONS RAE TRADITIONAL Shepherds Hey (from First Book of Clarinet Solos) Stately Dance (from Woodwind World: Clarinet book 1) Grannys Delight (from Clarinet All Sorts) Evening Breeze (from Latin Clarinet) The Little Dove (from The Really Easy Clarinet Book) Gavotte (from Chalumeau Dances) Faber 0 571 50628 3 Trinity Faber 0 571 52112 6 Universal UE 17363 Faber 0 571 51034 5 Mayhew 3611267

Wimbledon Waltz (from Bravo! Clarinet) The Sandman (from Ten Easy Tunes) Funny Face (from Easy Gershwin for Clarinet) Down Memory Lane (from Clarinet Basics) The Easy Winners (from Woodwind World: Clarinet book 1) Lullaby (from The Really Easy Clarinet Book)

Boosey M 060 10797 9 De Haske F 456 OUP 0 19 356678 8 Faber 0 571 51814 1 Trinity Faber 0 571 51034 5

Study no. 9 (from 80 Graded Studies for Clarinet book 1) Hornpipe Study (from Clarinet Basics) Tyrolean Dance (from Woodwind World: Clarinet book 1) Study no. 11 (from Clarinet Studies) Jumpin (no. 4 from 40 Modern Studies) Andulko the Goose Girl (from Clarinet All Sorts)

Faber 0 571 50951 7 Faber 0 571 51814 1 Trinity Useful U30 Universal UE 19735 Faber 0 571 52112 6

Instead of the Group C item, candidates may offer their own composition (see pages 45).

b technical work (15 marks) See page 6


either scales and arpeggios (all to be prepared tongued, slurred and with mixed articulation. As published in Woodwind World: Clarinet Scales and Arpeggios (Trinity)) 1 octave Scales and arpeggios of F and G major; A minor Minor scale in harmonic form only or technical study (one pair of items to be prepared) HARRIS First and Fruity and Festive Fanfare or Gremlins and Galloping Galoshes (from Improve your Scales Grades 13)

Faber 0 571 51475 8

c sight reading

(10 marks) See pages 7 and 8

d either viva voce or performance from memory (5 marks) See page 9

e either ear tests or aural awareness


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(10 marks) See page 10

Clarinet

Grade 2

Candidates must take the following five tests:

a pieces (60 marks) See page 4. Three pieces are to be performed, one from each group.
Group A (20 marks) BARTK BRICCIALDI DIABELLI SCHUMANN SPOHR TODD Group B (20 marks) BERR FOSTER GERSHWIN HARRIS LYONS MOZART Group C (20 marks) BENGER BERR DEMNITZ LEFVRE LYONS WEDGWOOD Scherzando (from Amazing Solos) Carnival of Venice (from Clarinet All Sorts) Lndler (from The Really Easy Clarinet Book) The Merry Peasant (from The First Book of Clarinet Solos) Pot pourri (from Woodwind World: Clarinet book 2) Double Dance (from Jack Brymer Clarinet Series, Elementary book 2) Boosey M 060 08469 0 Faber 0 571 52112 6 Faber 0 571 51034 5 Faber 0 571 50628 3 Trinity Weinberger JW 156

The Fisherman (from Woodwind World: Clarinet book 2) Massa's in the Cold Cold Ground (from The Magic Clarinet) 'S Wonderful (from Easy Gershwin for Clarinet) Carousel (from Summer Sketches) Velvet (from New Clarinet Solos book 2) La, ci darem la mano (from Bravo! Clarinet)

Trinity Boosey M 060 09454 4 OUP 0 19 356678 8 Boosey M 060 08169 9 Useful U 23 Boosey M 060 10797 9

Au caf (from 30 Tuneful Studies) Study no. 18 (from 80 Graded Studies for Clarinet book 1) Study no. 3 (from 50 Classical Studies) Dance (from Woodwind World: Clarinet book 2) Study no. 12 (from Clarinet Studies) Big-Brother Blues (from Clarinet All Sorts)

Spartan SP 317 Faber 0 571 50951 7 De Haske F 111 Trinity Useful U 30 Faber 0 571 52112 6

Instead of the Group C item, candidates may offer their own composition (see pages 45).

b technical work

(15 marks) See page 6

either scales and arpeggios (all to be prepared tongued, slurred and with mixed articulation. As published in Woodwind World: Clarinet Scales and Arpeggios (Trinity)) 12th 2 octaves Scale and arpeggio of C major Scales and arpeggios of F and G major; G minor

Minor scales in harmonic form only or technical study HARRIS

Fiendish feet and Gabbling Geese (from Improve your Scales Grades 13)

Faber 0 571 51475 8

c sight reading (10 marks) See pages 7 and 8

d either viva voce or performance from memory (5 marks) See page 9

e either ear tests or aural awareness

(10 marks) See page 10

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Clarinet

Grade 3

Candidates must take the following five tests:

a pieces (60 marks) See page 4. Three pieces are to be performed, one from each group.
Group A (20 marks) GERSHWIN GODDARD HARRIS HOOK LEDBURY PLEYEL Group B (20 marks) FINZI GUNNING HARRIS JACQUES MOZART STADLER Group C (20 marks) ANONYMOUS COWLES DEMNITZ KLOS LYONS RAE Nice work if you can get it (from Easy Gershwin for Clarinet) Ragamuffin (from Party Pieces) Computer Game (from Clarinet All Sorts) Divertimentino (from Clarinet All Sorts) One Over The Eight (from All Jazzed Up for Clarinet) Rondo (from Woodwind World: Clarinet book 3) OUP 0 19 356678 8 Spartan SP 140 Faber 0 571 52112 6 Faber 0 571 52112 6 Brass Wind 0303 Trinity

Carol (from 5 Bagatelles) Tall Ships (from Going Solo for Clarinet) Affair in Manhattan (from Clarinet Basics) Lunchtime Stroll (from Anytime Pieces) Rondo alla Turca (from Amazing Solos) Andante palmira (from Woodwind World: Clarinet book 3)

Boosey M 060 03025 3 Faber 0 571 51493 6 Faber 0 571 51814 1 Quavers Rest Boosey M 060 08469 0 Trinity

La Rotta (no 14 from Amazing Studies) All at Sea in C! (from Woodwind World: Clarinet book 3) Study no. 12 (from 50 Classical Studies) Study no. 28 (from 80 Graded Studies for Clarinet book 1) Study no. 22 (from Clarinet Studies) Study no. 50 (from Progressive Jazz Studies for Clarinet Easy Level)

Boosey M 060 09744 7 Trinity De Haske F 111 Faber 0 571 50951 7 Useful U 30 Faber 0 571 51359 X

Instead of the Group C item, candidates may offer their own composition (see pages 45).

b technical work

(15 marks) See page 6

either scales and arpeggios (all to be prepared tongued, slurred and with mixed articulation. As published in Woodwind World: Clarinet Scales and Arpeggios (Trinity)) 1 octave 2 octaves Chromatic scale on G, starting on lowest tonic* Scales and arpeggios of C and Bb major; D and A minor

(*one octave below that published in Woodwind World: Clarinet Scales and Arpeggios) Minor scales in melodic form only or technical study (one pair of items to be prepared) HARRIS Asparagus and Anchors Away! or Crisp and Crazy and Cactus Calypso (from Improve Your Scales Grades 13)

Faber 0 571 51475 8

c sight reading

(10 marks) See pages 7 and 8

d either viva voce or performance from memory (5 marks) See page 9

e either ear tests or aural awareness


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(10 marks) See page 10

Clarinet

Grade 4

Candidates must take the following five tests:

a pieces (60 marks) See page 4. Three pieces are to be performed, one from each group.
Group A (20 marks) BARTK BEETHOVEN HARRIS KELLY MENDELSSOHN WEBER Group B (20 marks) DELIUS FERGUSON GADE LABOR LEFVRE PARADIS Group C (20 marks) BAERMANN BIZET DEMNITZ RAE TRADITIONAL WILSON Brau l (from Roumanian Folk Dances) Ecossaises (from Woodwind World: Clarinet book 4) Space-age Sonatina (from Going SoloClarinet) Taurus (from The Zodiac Set 1) Three Christmas Pieces (no. 1 from The Romantic Clarinet) Theme no. 7 (from First Repertoire Pieces) Universal UE 11679 Trinity Faber 0 571 51493 6 Weinberger JW 431 Chester CH 61010 Boosey M 060 04075 5

Serenade from Hassan (from Woodwind World: Clarinet book 4) Pastorale (from 4 Short Pieces) Andantino con moto (from Fantasias op. 43) Allegretto no. 3 (from Clarinet Solos vol. 1) 2nd movement from Sonata no. 1 (from Five Sonatas) Sicilienne (from Going SoloClarinet)

Trinity Boosey M 060 01999 9 Hansen WH 03537 Chester CH 55089 OUP 0 19 357551 5 Faber 0 571 51493 6

Study no. 39 (from 80 Graded Studies for Clarinet book 1) Prelude from LArlsienne (from Woodwind World: Clarinet book 4) Study no. 17 (from 50 Classical Studies) Tumbledown Blues (from 40 Modern Studies) Bulgarian Dance (no. 57 from Amazing Studies) 7ths in Swing (from Times Ten)

Faber 0 571 50951 7 Trinity De Haske F 111 Universal UE 19735 Boosey M 060 09744 7 Camden CM 152

Instead of the Group C item, candidates may offer their own composition (see pages 45).

b technical work

(15 marks) See page 6

either scales and arpeggios (all to be prepared tongued, slurred and with mixed articulation. As published in Woodwind World: Clarinet Scales and Arpeggios (Trinity)) 1 octave 2 octaves Pentatonic scale on G Scales and arpeggios of A and D major; B and E minor Chromatic scale on F Dominant seventh in C

Minor scales in melodic form only or technical study (one item or (in the case of the Harris pieces) pair of items to be prepared) DEMNITZ Study no. 35 from 80 Graded Studies book 1 or HARRIS Elizabethan Elegy and Elegant Eclair (from Improve your Scales Grades 4 and 5)

Faber 0 571 50951 7 Faber 0 571 51476 6

c sight reading (10 marks) See pages 7 and 8

d either viva voce or performance from memory (5 marks) See page 9

e either ear tests or aural awareness (10 marks) See page 10


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Clarinet

Grade 5

Candidates must take the following five tests:

a pieces (60 marks) See page 4. Three pieces are to be performed, one from each group.
Group A (20 marks) COWLES FERGUSON KELLY MOZART RIDOUT Group B (20 marks) ARNOLD LUTOSLAWSKI MENDELSSOHN MOLTER MOZART SCHUMANN Group C (20 marks) J S BACH BAERMANN LYONS STRAVINSKY UHL WEIDEMANN Quantock Canter (from Woodwind World: Clarinet book 5) Trinity Burlesque no. 4 (from 4 Short Pieces) Boosey M 060 01999 9 Aries (from Zodiac Set 1) Weinberger JW431 Minuet and Trio IIincluding Minuet da capo (from Quintet K. 581) Peters EP 19b (Clarinet in A); Peters EP 19c (Clarinet in Bb) 1st movement from Sonatina Schott ED 10991

2nd movement from Sonatina Lengnick AL1 000 Dance Prelude no. 4 (from Dance Preludes) Chester CH 55171 Romance no. 10 (from Twelve Songs op. 8) (from The Romantic Clarinet) Chester CH 61010 2nd movement from Concerto no. 3 in Bb Schott ED 10939 2nd movement from Concerto in A, K. 622 Brenreiter BA 4773a (Clar. in A); BA 4773c (Clar. in Bb) Evening Song (from Woodwind World: Clarinet book 5) Trinity

Bourre (from Woodwind World: Clarinet book 5) Study no. 26 (from 50 Classical Studies) Study no. 35 (from Clarinet Studies) No. 1 from 3 Pieces for Clarinet Solo Study no. 1 (from 48 Etuden book 1) Study no. 48Csards (from 80 Graded Studies for Clarinet book 1)

Trinity De Haske F 111 Useful U30 Chester CH 01551 Schott KLB 12 Faber 0 571 50951 7

Instead of the Group C item, candidates may offer their own composition (see pages 45).

b technical work (15 marks) See page 6


either scales and arpeggios (all to be prepared tongued, slurred and with mixed articulation. As published in Woodwind World: Clarinet Scales and Arpeggios (Trinity)) 1 octave 2 octaves Pentatonic scale on C Scales and arpeggios of Ab, Eb and E major; C# and F minor Chromatic scale on E Dominant seventh in G Diminished seventh on G

Minor scales in harmonic and melodic form or technical study (one item or (in the case of the Harris pieces) pair of items to be prepared) DEMNITZ Study in E (page 17 from Elementary School for Clarinet) or HARRIS Ebony and Elf (from Improve your Scales Grades 4 and 5)

Peters EP 2417 Faber 0 571 51476 6

c sight reading

(10 marks) See pages 7 and 8

d either viva voce or performance from memory (5 marks) See page 9 e either ear tests or aural awareness
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(10 marks) See page 10

Clarinet First Concert Certificate


Candidates must take the following three tests:

a pieces (85 marks) See page 4


Four pieces to be performed, one chosen from Group A and three from Group B, to form a balanced programme of between 15 and 18 minutes in length, including breaks between pieces (and introductions, if spoken). Not more than one unaccompanied piece may be chosen. Group A (25 marks) BRAHMS HINDEMITH LEFVRE WEBER Group B (60 marks) BAERMANN FINZI GADE GUNNING HARRIS HARVEY KELLY KOFFMAN McDOWALL MESSAGER MOZART NIELSEN READE RIDOUT SCHUMANN WEBER 3rd movement from Sonata in F minor, op. 120 no. 1 1st movement from Sonate 1st movement from Sonata no. 3 (from Five Sonatas) 2nd movement from Concerto no. 1 Wiener Urtext UT 50015 Schott ED 3641 OUP 0 19 357551 5 Boosey M 060 02947 9

Schlummerlied (no. 8 from Second Book of Clarinet Solos) Forlana (from Five Bagatelles) Allegro vivace (no. 2 from Fantasy Pieces op. 43) Nightclub (from Going Solo for Clarinet) King's Parade Penny the Spaniel (from Pets) (unaccompanied) Pisces (from The Zodiac Set 2) Swinging Shepherd Blues (from Jazzed Up Too, ed. Ledbury) Hornpipe (from Three Pastiches) Allegro scherzando (from French Clarinet Encores book 1) 3rd movement from Divertimento no. 3 Fantasy in G minor Summer (from Suite from the Victorian Kitchen Garden) Epitaph for Michael (unaccompanied) No. 1 from Fantasiestcke op. 73 Petite FantasieOberon (no. 10 from Second Book of Clarinet Solos)

Faber 0 571 51093 0 Boosey M 060 03025 3 Hansen WH 03537 Faber 0 571 51493 6 Ebony Edition Ricordi LD 629 Weinberger JW 432 Brass Wind 1306 Hunt HE 22 Pan Ed Mus PEM 91 Chester CH 55336 Hansen WH 29642 Weinberger JW 485 Emerson E 273 Peters EP 2366 Faber 0 571 51093 0

b either viva voce or performance from memory (10 marks) See page 9

c presentation skills (5 marks) See page 5

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Clarinet

Grade 6

Candidates must take the following five tests:

a pieces (60 marks) See page 4. Three pieces are to be performed, one from each group.
Group A (20 marks) BARTK BRAHMS DEBUSSY LEFVRE RIDOUT SAINT-SANS TARTINI arr. Jacob TEMPLETON Group B (20 marks) BAERMANN FINZI HOROWITZ LUTOSLAWSKI MOZART READE SPOHR WEBER Group C (20 marks) BAERMANN DELIBES HARRIS LAZARUS LYONS OPIE RAE Ma runtel (no. 6 from Roumanian Folk Dances) 2nd movement from Sonata in Eb, op. 120 no. 2 Petite pice (no. 15 from Second Book of Clarinet Solos) 1st movement from Sonata no. 6 3rd movement from Sonatina 2nd movement from Sonata op. 167 1st and 2nd movements from Concertino in F 3rd movement from Pocket-Size Sonata no. 2 Universal UE 11679 Wiener Urtext UT 50016 Faber 0 571 51093 0 Ricordi LD 793 Schott ED 10991 Chester CH 55238 Boosey M 060 02783 3 Shawnee Press SH0039

Adagio (no. 16 from Second Book of Clarinet Solos) Faber 0 571 51093 0 Romance (no. 2 from Bagatelles) Boosey M 060 03025 3 2nd movement from Sonatina Novello NOV 120541 Dance Prelude no. 2 (from Dance Preludes) Chester CH 55171 2nd movement from Quintet K. 581 Peters EP 19b (Clarinet in A); Peters EP 19c (Clarinet in Bb) Prelude (from Suite from the Victorian Kitchen Garden) Weinberger JW 485 2nd movement from Concerto no. 1 in C minor, op. 26 Peters EP 2098a 2nd movement from Grand duo Concertant op. 48) Peters EP 3317

Study no. 41 (from Classical Studies) Extract from Coppelia (from Orchestral Extracts: Clarinet) Study no. 60 (from 80 Graded Studies for Clarinet, book 2) Study no. 56 (from 80 Graded Studies for Clarinet, book 2) Study no. 41 (from Clarinet Studies) No. 2 (from Sonatina for Solo Clarinet) Study no. 34Entanglement (from 40 Modern Studies)

De Haske F 111 Trinity Faber 0 571 50952 5 Faber 0 571 50952 5 Useful U30 Useful U150 Universal UE 19735

Instead of the Group C item, candidates may offer their own composition (see pages 45).

b technical work

(15 marks) See page 6

either scales and arpeggios (all to be prepared tongued, slurred and with mixed articulation. As published in Woodwind World: Clarinet Scales and Arpeggios (Trinity)) 2 octaves Scales and arpeggios of B, Db and F# major; Bb, Eb and G# minor Whole tone scale on G, starting on lowest tonic* Chromatic scale on Eb Dominant seventh in E Scales and arpeggios of E major and E minor Chromatic scale on E Dominant seventh in A Diminished seventh on E Minor scales in harmonic and melodic form or technical study (one item to be prepared) DEMNITZ Study in E (page 34 from Elementary School for Clarinet) or THURSTON & FRANK Melody (page 81 from The Clarinet, a comprehensive method)

3 octaves

(* one octave below that published in Woodwind World: Clarinet Scales and Arpeggios)

Peters EP 2417 Boosey 060 02817 5

c sight reading (10 marks) See pages 7 and 8 d either viva voce or performance from memory (5 marks) See page 9 e either ear tests or aural awareness (10 marks) See page 10
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Clarinet

Grade 7

Candidates must take the following five tests:

a pieces (60 marks) See page 4. Three pieces are to be performed, one from each group.
Group A (20 marks) COOKE LEFVRE LUTOSLAWSKI PIERN RIDOUT STANFORD SZALOWSKI Group B (20 marks) BUSONI HONNEGER MCGUIRE OBERTHUR POULENC SAINT-SANS TEMPLETON WEBER Group C (20 marks) BENNETT BOURGEOIS GABUCCI HARRIS MLLER RAE UHL WEIDEMANN 1st movement from Sonata in Bb 1st movement from Sonata no. 9 Dance Prelude no. 1 (from Dance Preludes) Canzonetta op. 19 1st or 3rd movement from Concertino for Clarinet 1st movement from Sonata op. 129 1st movement from Sonatina Novello NOV 120130 Ricordi LD 794 Chester CH 55171 Leduc AL 8206 Emerson E 87 Stainer H 44 Chester CH 55735

lgie Moder (1st movement from Sonatine) (NB for clarinet in A only) Elegiac Waltz (from Unbeaten Tracks) Le Dsir 2nd movement from Sonata 1st movement from Sonata op. 167 Improvisation (1st movement from Pocket-Size Sonata no. 1) 2nd movement from Concerto no. 2 in Eb

Breitkopf EB 5188 Salabert RL 1151 Faber 0 571 51977 6 Chester CH 55214 Chester CH 01618 Chester CH 55238 Emerson E 302 Boosey M 060 02948 6

3rd movement (from Sonatina for Clarinet Solo) No. 2 from Fantasy Pieces Bi (no. 19 from 20 Studies of Medium Difficulty) Study no. 67 (from 80 Graded Studies, book 2) Study no. 45 (from 50 Classical Studies) Inside-out (no. 38 from 40 Modern Studies) Study no. 18 (from 48 Studies book 1) Study no. 64 (from 80 Graded Studies for Clarinet book 2)

Novello NOV 120549 Brass Wind 3303 Ricordi ER 2169 Faber 0 571 50952 5 De Haske F 111 Universal UE 19735 Schott KLB 12 Faber 0 571 50952 5

Instead of the Group C item, candidates may offer their own composition (see pages 45).

b technical work (15 marks) See page 6


either scales and arpeggios (all to be prepared tongued, slurred and with mixed articulation. As published in Woodwind World: Clarinet Scales and Arpeggios (Trinity)) 2 octaves Scales and arpeggios of all keys apart from E and F major; E and F minor Whole tone scale on Bb Chromatic scales on all notes apart from E and F Dominant seventh in F# Scales and arpeggios of E and F major; E and F minor Chromatic scales on E and F Dominant seventh in Bb Diminished seventh on F and F#

3 octaves

Minor scales in harmonic and melodic form or technical study (one item to be prepared) THURSTON & FRANK Technical study in Eb (page 76 from The Clarinet, a comprehensive method) or DEMNITZ Study in C# minor (page 35 from Elementary School for Clarinet)

Boosey 060 02817 5 Peters EP 2417

c sight reading

(10 marks) See pages 7 and 8

d either viva voce or performance from memory (5 marks) See page 9 e either ear tests or aural awareness (10 marks) See page 10
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Clarinet

Grade 8

Candidates must take the following five tests:

a pieces (60 marks) See page 4. Three pieces are to be performed, one from each group.
Group A (20 marks) ARNOLD BERNSTEIN COOKE FINZI MOZART SCHUMANN SPOHR Group B (20 marks) BERG BERIO BRAHMS *CRUSELL GOUVY GROVLEZ HINDEMITH REGER Group C (20 marks) BOURGEOIS JETTEL BERKELEY MLLER NIELSEN STARK STRAVINSKY UHL 1st or 3rd movement from Sonatina Lengnick AL 1000 1st movement from Sonata Boosey M 051 58225 9 4th movement from Sonata Novello NOV 120130 Fughetta (from Five Bagatelles) Boosey M 060 03025 3 1st or 3rd movement from Concerto K. 622 Brenreiter BA 4773a (Clar. in A); BA 4773c (Clar. in Bb) No. 3 from Fantasiestcke op. 73 Henle HN 416 3rd movement from Concerto no. 1 in C minor, op. 26 Peters EP 2098a

No. 1 from Vier Stcke fr Klarinette und Klavier Lied for unaccompanied Clarinet 3rd movement from Sonata in Eb, op. 120 no. 2) 2nd movement from Concerto op. 11 (with cadenza) 2nd movement from Sonata op. 67 Sarabande and Allegro 3rd movement from Sonata Larghetto (3rd movement) from Sonata in Ab, op. 49 no. 1

Universal UE 7485 Universal UE 17812 Wiener Urtext UT 50016 Universal UE 18267 Musica Rara MR 2197 Leduc AL 21268 Schott ED 3641 Universal UE 1231

No. 3 from Fantasy Pieces No. 4 from The Accomplished Clarinettist book 1 No. 3 from Three Pieces for Clarinet Study no. 78 (from 80 Graded Studies book 2) Extract from Symphony no. 5 (from Orchestral Extracts: Clarinet) Study no. 50 (from 50 Melodious Studies) No. 3 from Three Pieces for Clarinet Study no. 19 (from 48 Studies book 1)

Brass Wind 3303 Weinberger JW 001 Chester CH 55492 Faber 0 571 0952 5 Trinity De Haske F500 Chester CH 01551 Schott KLB 12

Instead of the Group C item, candidates may offer their own composition (see pages 45). * Please note that the Chester edition (Clarinet Solos vol. 2) may not be used for this piece.

b technical work

(15 marks) See page 6

either scales and arpeggios (all to be prepared tongued, slurred and with mixed articulation. As published in Woodwind World: Clarinet Scales and Arpeggios (Trinity)) 2 octaves Scales and arpeggios of all keys apart from E, F, F# and G major; E, F, F# and G minor Whole tone scale on F Chromatic scales on all notes apart from E, F, F# and G Scales and arpeggios of E, F, F# and G major; E, F, F# and G minor Chromatic scales on E, F, F# and G Dominant sevenths in A, B and C Diminished seventh on E, F, F# and G

3 octaves

Minor scales in harmonic and melodic form or technical study (one item or pair of items to be prepared) THURSTON & FRANK Technical Study in E (page 80) or Technical Study in Ab (page 84) (from The Clarinet, a comprehensive method) Boosey 060 02817 5 or MLLER Study no. 19 in B and Study no. 26 in Eb minor (from 30 Studies in all tonalities) Ricordi ER 1327

c sight reading (10 marks) See pages 7 and 8 d either viva voce or performance from memory
(5 marks) See page 9

e either ear tests or aural awareness (10 marks) See page 10


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Clarinet

Performers Certificate

Candidates must take the following three tests:

a pieces (85 marks) See page 4


Four pieces to be performed, one chosen from Group A and three from Group B, to form a balanced programme of between 30 and 35 minutes in length, including breaks between pieces (and introductions, if spoken). Not more than one unaccompanied piece may be chosen. Group A (25 marks) BRAHMS HOWELLS KROMMER WEBER Group B (60 marks) ARNOLD BAERMANN BERKELEY BLISS BOZZA COOKE CRUSELL HINDEMITH HUGHES LUTOSLAWSKI MESSAGER MOZART LEFVRE PATTERSON POULENC RODGERS ROSSINI SAINT-SANS SCHUMANN STRAVINSKY 1st and 2nd or 2nd and 3rd movements from Sonata in Eb, op. 120 no. 2 1st movement from Sonata 1st movement from Concerto in Eb, op. 36) 1st movement from Concerto no. 1 in F minor Wiener Urtext UT 50016 Boosey M 060 03344 5 Supraphon H 888 Boosey M 060 02947 9

Scherzetto Queens Temple Publications QT43 Sang und Tanz (no. 3 from Three Pieces op. 86) Universal UE 30100 No. 2 from 3 Pieces (unaccompanied) Chester CH 55492 Pastoral Novello NOV 120509 Aria Leduc AL 20200 3rd movement from Sonata in Bb Novello NOV 120130 2nd movement from Concerto op. 1 Universal UE 19081 2nd movement from Sonata Schott ED 3641 Scherzo Tarantella (1st movement) from Sonata Capricioso Emerson E29 Dance Preludes nos. 1 and 5 (from Dance Preludes) Chester CH 55171 Solo de concours Leduc AL 21474 3rd movement Concerto in A, K. 622 Brenreiter BA 4773a (Clar. in A); BA 4773c (Clar. in Bb) 2nd movement from Sonata no. 9 Ricordi LD 794 2nd movement from Conversations Weinberger JW 065 3rd movement from Sonata Chester CH 01618 2nd movement from Spanish Sonata Stainer H386 Theme and variations 1, 2 and 3 (from Introduction, Theme and Variations) OUP 0 19 385263 2 4th movement from Sonata op. 167 Chester CH 55238 No. 2 from Fantasiestcke op. 73 Henle HN 416 Nos. 1 and 3 from Three Pieces (unaccompanied) Chester CH 01551

b either viva voce or performance from memory (10 marks) See page 9

c presentation skills (5 marks) See page 5

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