THE

ASSOCtATED

ROYAL SCHOOLS OF MUSIC

BOARD

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the

OFFICIAL

BOOK OF

SCALES
AND

ARPEGGIOS
GRADE VI. (INTERMEDIATE)
PIANOFORTE

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.1). Major and Minor (both Melodic and Harmonic) Scales -With eachha. octaves.I).r motion one octave apart. li. and with both handstozether jngimilar motion one octave apart. 600 . F and A- GROUP II .ny note n&lDed by the Examiner. Arpeggios. In the major and minor keys of E dat. III·· fla. G and B. arpeggios aDd broken chords should be played a. whiohmay beohosen hy the ca.didates inust be prepa. Compass foul' octaves. The grouP. II. Compass four oota. COmp&89two octaves. in accordance with the mstl'tlOtions given below.rately. III or IV.part. B.es·and Arpeggios must begin on the lowest note. with both bands beginning and ending on the keynote (unison).a. All Sc8J.t. both hands Scales. Any . Fonned of the chords .Formed of the major and minor common chords in root position and in their inversions. a. must be prepared in itseatirety. GBOUP I In the major kim! of C. c. and with both hands together in simil.of the diminished seventh beginning on a.jor and minor keys of D.udidate. and the minor keys of C sh&rp. three CoIilpasS .ny one of the following groups :-1.ves.." Comp8B8 tWQ octaves.ood practical and systematic fingering will be accepted. Compass four octaves. A. With each hand separately.GRADE VI (Intermediate) TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS Cao. A.. With each hand sepa.ely. In tbe ma.dthe minor keys of CJ E and G sharp. ex~pt whereotberwise stated.nd IIeparat. F sharp and B GBOUP IV GROUP. In contrary motion with both hands beginning and ending on the same note (unison).. E and A fJat. Chromatic ScalesBeginning on sny note named by the Exa.miner.nd with together ODe octave a.e rapidly as is consistent with' aooul'8lly and distinctness.red to play trom memory Scales and Arpeggios in the keys specified .in a. . MaJor Scales in contrary motion. aDd without undue accentuation. F and A. . In the major keys of D fiat.

Harmonic _ () I - 0.i'. . 4 v" 1 .. .. fa... ~ 5 fJ. MINOR.~h! L..3 2 8 1 1 3 1 ...GRADE VI ( INTERMEDIATE) ··GROUP I MAJOR AND MINOR (Melodic (i) (ii) and Harmonic> SC:ALES WITH EACH HAND SEPARATELY WITH BOTH HANDS TOGETHER (F_ Ckronudic Sctzles. Melodic _ . 1 .. ~ 4 .h! J.. a k! ~.~ 'E 2 1 I.''i t 02 a"T 1 ~ E MAJOR t 1 3.. 3 4 t 5 "'-3' 1 2.alrc 14) SIMILAR MOTION COMPASS FOUR OCTAVES fl C MAJOR . o 1··2 .. ..lief! . _ 1 3 • t fl ~ 1 ....4 3 2 1 f 3 2 t C MINOR. " 1 8-..... ---t 9 :! _. 1 - - 5 f.

3 COtnRARY MOTION C MAJO~ COMPASS TWQ OCTAVES S 1 S t E MAJOR t "' 3' t t MMAJOR t 3 2 3 t .1 3.. .~ 4 3 8 . Minor) 3 1 1S "." 8 .E MINOR.~ 2 t 8 3 ." . 1 8 A B.650.. .... (Enharmonic: AI.' . 8 1 3 l' or ~ 0' '. MelOdic..4 .MINOR." . Harmonic 2 1 3 ... t 2 ..3 GIMINOR. 2 1 3 G. ". Harmonic 3 1 s A~MAJOR or3 .

650 . (For Clrords of tile Dimhushed Sere. SdjHIlfM 151(16) ROOT POSITION FIRST INVERSION SECOND UJVERSION 5 5 .'/t' :/ AB." <0 ARPEGGIOS OF THE MAJOR AND MINOR COMMON CHORDS WITH EACH HAND sEPARATELY (iD WITH BOTH HANDS TOGETHER COMPASS FOUR OCTAVES .tll.

see ~ and Harmonic) SCALES . :. - 8 Ij 1 -.1 2 I .1 12. 3 ''!!' 2 1 • . Melodic . SIMILAR MOTION (COMPASS FOUR OCTAVES) 1Jl D~MAJOR.~~k!.:." 1 4. ~F-r-~""..I.. ." !.. r 4 4- :I F MAJOR 1 4.121212.. ~!t 10) - a • 4- 3 8 .141 ~." 2 a• - " e.4 5 F MINOR..'GROUP II 5 MAJOR AND MINOR (Melodic (i) (ii) (F_ O/wqmatic Scales. .~ 4 - .. WITH EACH HAND SEPARATELY WITH BOTH HANDS TOGETHER 14) . fi~~~ ~ ~~ C~! _ 1 4 /} 1t+t.. l ! i 3 - II ~. li~ . . '3 :.1.1 . (Enharmonic C# Major) 23 f . .~ C# MINOR .ft!S •• eJ -1 '" 4.. Harmonic 1 or 1 Z 3 4 2 3 " 5 .. - 3 i . 1 1 . Harmonic_ "r.214.. C# MINOR.1412 :I Melodic 1 " ..

(Enharmonic C~Major) 2 3 i 1 4 .6 A MAJOR 2 5 4 3 . Melodic I) 2 "r t 3 5 or 4 3 2 1 2 3 -I A MINOR. -1.7 I ~ 3 4 I 2 3 :J 1 -I :I 21 3 2 1 4 :I )1 1 2 A MAJOR 1 5 3 or 4 I 2 3 4 4 a 2 I s 5 A.3 2 1 3 2 "r:J 1 8 3 4 I .2 .6SO .1 2 or! 2 3 4 A ·MINOR.R.5 . 1 2 '3 4 .31 13 1 2 3. Harmonic "r CONTRARY MOTION COMPASS TWO OCTAVES· t 2' 3 4 5 D~ MAJOR. F MAJOR 2 .

1 ".. OCTAVES (For CIuwds of flu! Dillliaished St!'D~fk.B.3 2 F MAJOR 5 .ARPEGGIOS OF THE MAJOR AND MINOR COMMON (i) WITH EACH HAND SEPARATELY 7 CHORDS (ii).F MINOR 5 A..650 .#e pages 15 to 16) ROOT POSITION D~ MAJOR. WITH BOTH HANDS· TOGETHER COMPASS FOUR. 12 :a C' SEGONO INVERSION Major) . (Enharmonic 4·· .

1 3 3 .. T ~ J :1 - i3 4 :1 1_ 2 1 .~ 4 4t 3 :l "F# MINOR Melodic 31 F# MINOR.. s 1 :1 . t. I' 1 " 1 4 3 4..nnrwfic Smles.. F# MAJOR. . ~li! 1 .- T 234. "'~~~_J!~ ~ _! 4 1 4... Harmonic 4. .i. (EnharqwnicGJ.8 'GROUP HI MAJOR AND MINOR (Melodic (i) hi) and Harmonic) SCALES WITH EACH HAND SEPARATELY WITH BOTH HANDS TOGETHER (For Cll.. ...~2 l .. Major) ..' i 3 D MINOR. Harmonic 3 1 .1 4 12318. I n '" 3 l . see pop 14) SIMILAR MOTION COMPASS FOllR OCTAVES D MAJOR ~ . 1 a 2 1 1 nrl·~~ .4 .

. 1-r..L~·~'-.B._ ~ -fa 2t _-1410 2 • .. Harmonic I _.. 2 1 tJ~ i 'II!' S 1· 4 "1 a fl B~ MINOR.t_ .Major) 1 2 4 J 13 ..~ .. .~ 1 t 2 ..2'L 3 l . .. - i- '!'" 1 . (Enharmonic 3 Gb..): I B~MAJOR -.SSO . (1L 4 .. 4 T - 3 . ....3.. 1 3 t 3 _§_ 9 _. 4 I - ! t 4 CONTRARY MOnON COMPASS rw» OCTAVES D MAJOR 1 ~ a 3 t 1 3 F# MAJOR.2 2 B~MAJOR 3 1 4 1 8 t '3 t 8 t 3 A..

6S0 .INVERSION 1 4- 2 2 21 4t FI MAJOR. 5 (Enharmonic G~ Major) 5 5 4 1 5 1 5 A.nm. (ForChurds '?11M Di. see pap 15/Qi6J ROOT POSITION D MAJOR FIRST .'s/zed s-tll.B.to (i) ARPEGGIOS OF·THE MAJOR AND MINOR COMMON'CHORDS WITH EACH HAND SEPARATELY (ii) WITH BOTH HANDS TOGETHER COMPASS FOUR OCTAVES .

21" 'I 2 1 " 1 E~ MINOR .5 " 3 or 4 3 2 J or I e 3 4 5 G MINOR.1M . see pl1lJU 14) SIMI LAR MOTtON COMPASS FOUR OCTAVES B MAJOR 2 B So 1 1 2. Harmonic + 2 1 l' 8 '" t AB.GROl)P IV u MAJOR AND MINOR (Melodic (i) (ii) and Harmonic) SCALES WITHEAOH HAND SEPARI\TELY WITH BOTH HANDS TO~ETHER (For Chromatic Scales..650 fir 4 3 or 1 Z . 1 n#lIIinol) .: 13 1 " t or3 11 14 Eb MINOR. q . or3 1 1" 2 2 3 2 So " 1 14 GMAJOR " .. (~barmonie .. 4 5 . Melodic "r33 e ..

f. t 2 " 3" 3 j.. .'. - • r. .. T ..j.. Ii 1 1 ~... B MINOR.3 n ~. tJf fl B MINOR...12 n~~ B MAJOR (Enharmonic.1 COMPASS TWO OCTAVES a MAJOR 3 2 S 1 3 1" i " G MAJOR· 1 1 Ii 5 B MAJOR. (Enhanoonic CI>Major) 3 :I 5 i 3 3 1 1 3 A·8..- 3 .. r " t - t 3 - .''*.2 ~ '* !... ~. Harmonic j..j. Melodic - 3 1 b'fl'oh.4 :\ '...650 . _jI. b .~.. CI>MaJor) - 3 I "! 1'3' 43'" ... . . . " l·'!'S '1 . t .' -... .. . CONTRARY MOTION 4 1 - 1 3 or .. 1 2 4 S 3 ~ 2 - . ~ _':'_A "' . 3 14 r " 1 ..

.3 .. 8 ..ARPEGGIOS· OF THE MAJOR AND· MINOR COMMON CHORDS (i) WITH EACH HAND SEPARATELY COMPASS is (ii) WITH BOTH HANDS TOGETHER FOUR OCTAVES ROOT POSITION· E~MAJOR SECOND INVERSION 4 G MAJOR G MINOR B MAJOR.

. I.'. or3 34' MOTION .1o! 1.~.· . or 4 . .! 0."'..1 oJ n ..12 8 3 '2 :I 3 t 3 2 " 8 T VB '~~'b~ ! I. tb!:h!~ . ~~ ~!b! . 1." 3 4 or 4 ..t t 311 .1 f . i""""'I:':I 1 l'I £"'T .':' 3 t . 3 :I"T8" 11 r "3' ~ ..eaehnote retains the same fingering in every case.. !. pC>MPASS SIMILAR MOTION /fOTlR . 8 3 -. 3· 4 ...' '... ! I.. " • V.. 'COMPASSt'WO'OCTAVES .. .. ..! h! j. ...4 3 8 .." 2 3 4 .1 2 A.SCALES (i) WITH EACH HAND SEPARATELY (ii) WITH BOTH HANDS TOGETHER The following example~ are a sufficient guide to the Chromatic scates as .' S 2t s ~.".._"ou."'.OCTAVES Jr4.! t t...!i1! j.. Reference must be made to the current syllabus for full particulars of the requirements. z. . 2 ._ " . . ~T 3"1 2 8 1.. It 3 :1 ~ "~ ~T 3 "1 !l Dr-...It CHROMATIC .. b.... 'i 2 3 3 'i' ~ t 3 t 9 LS!. 1 l..B. 1 I.."_4 3j ..".1 .!.. " I _ T .] . 2 3 .t '.'. ."2 2 '.' 2. 'I ...~:3 3 t-TT 3 '2 t..1 :12 3 • . 9 3. '>1'1 3 1 "3 t 2 . 4 ctmTURV . ....-..or 4 . 650 . j '_.' !J .!.1 :1 • 213 1 3 ..3 .1 t 2 3 . r or'4 1] ..

OF THE CHORDS OF THE DIMINISHED.' 4 t 5 A.B. WITH BOTH HANDS TOGETHER COMPASS THREE OCTAVES AR.SSO . WITH EAOfiHAND SEPARATELY (ii).SEVENTH (i).PEGGIOS 15 c s a 8 4.

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ti . Hugo ANon 9.. Gli8re -.. P. La~ Wood Z. Price 3/6 each tuved.. 10.btitations Oept.. .. Mozart 14. 7.. JerenUah Club.7 GRADES .. H. RichardliOn... 1. 6. . 6. in G.. 5.termediate) __ 1. Hungarian Dance Waiting Early on a Summer Pierret Morning Gade Schena MelodyinG The Toy Soldiers' March 4. ' 8. GRADE 1U (Transitional) 1.. s. Dunhill Passepied. GIWitt 13. Smith 9. DUlIhill.SnU.. Schumann 9.past examination lists ~ 1•.•. . 5. 2.. .. 3... 2. ~ Head ••.. GRADE I (Primary) Off to School A Little Story Sir Richard the Brave Gliding .. Chopin 12. 'l'IIc:baikoWllky 16. Dorothy Pilling . Gurlitt The B~ckbirdts Warning Cry Happy Wal~ Dolly's Funeral Sonatina in C Russian Song Moderato Minuet in C Minuet in Q 20 .....bow 2. 4. Jensen 4. Third Movement 3. HeUer 5.. Bach 12. 9. 3. Prelude in F The Old Windmill Kittens A Rest in tlte Shade Molly-O _ A Windfall of Apples Falling Leaves 10. Ear~. Folk Dance Sonatina in G. Bnhms Hugo· Anson . A Strange Story Prelude The Lark Cradle Song A Strange Story 1. ---__. Andrei 10.•. Sonatiria Snowflakes . 14... W. E... Schumann •. Gliere 10. First Movement Air. WiUiam. Thomas . 110 Wllliatn Alwyn 12. Leah Barnard. __ JeMen Danse Humoresque Chant sans Paroles Fernsicht . 6.. Janet Bowditc::h .. Swing' Jew GRADE VI (Ib. Dunhill Rocking in E minor Rural Sketch Hornpipe Little Lady of Seville Allegro in C minor ROndo _GRADE IV (Lower) Elfin Dance A Little Fable 2. Hook 10. Feliz: Swiute&d •. Morning Graeting CornfieldS Mazurka G minor SwiMteacl Felix S~acl Chopin . ~ 6.C.. Heller 8. GRADE Felix Chopin ~t Schubert vn (Advanced) . J.•. ltarganoff . Erle GRllt 11. Jessie Furze 13•. mUJIc. Rilmeau 7.F... GRADE V (Higher) 1.AIwyi\ 4. First Movement Minuet in. . .LONDON. Barlow II.. Mazurka in C Swin~ high. by tnt P". h::h.5 Hunting So:lg Waltz in A nat Midsummer Madness Tarantella COMPLETE IN ... Rid:Ian:l lemes GRADE II (Elementary) 1. 6. Feli:I:'SWinatead 3.. ". PIANOFORTE ~t MUSIC and SecoildSeries Combined- Containing pieces selected from . Couperin . 5. •• Old Scottish Melody 2.EDFORD SQUARE. 1.... Tscbaikowaky 19. ADdJ"e Campa Sonatina in G. through. S. 5..• 1.. Guditt 18. and obtaln. BeethoY&n . Sybil.. SchIRlllU\. arr.. Oeoxg Bohm 11.. 8. Walt~ in D hat The Ring Musical Moments Consolation in E. No... Mozut Bagatelle in D Gavotte in G From Sonata in C AlI~o 8. 'BertiJli .. The OWet Wood '... ~P. C.. ~ Fantutic Fairy Tale The Horseman Le Scir La Joyeuse J.. Pachw. G minor Bobby Shaftoe 12. Harold Samuel 3. from "The Magic Flute" arr.. 1. 4. Bach . W. JNn CUet 7. Gurlitt Dorothy Pilling Gm-litt 6. Sybil Barlow H~AMon SchumalIlI. Margery Moore 15.. Dmddll 8. 1..II"" or THE ASSOCIATED BOARD of the ROYAL SCHOOLS OF MUSIC No. . Couperin .l . 3.. 5... G. 4.• All Forlorn March in D Jack Tar Giocoso Felicity Hornpipe Minuet The CUckoo Clock Hornpipe Trumpet Minllet Pl:elude and Andante .. Pachulski '. B. 15. Edwin a. 2. 8. Colin Taylor Le Bavolet FIQttant ~rch Winds An Echo from the Romantic Age m Liszt.. Lesley Bamford •.. Felix SwiDataai:1 . Rameau . A1ali.bl.. 3. Felix SwiIwte&d •. 5.•• 4. WilIiIIm Alwyn ••.. 8.•• 9..th .PROGRESSIVE PIECES ALBUMS OF' GRADED. Sybil Barlow 1L Parcell.. Jeaie Furze 6. WDlBtenhohne 9. direct from the PUBLISHING MANAGER. Feliz: Swhlateacl ... 1$9 14.

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