Piano Exam Pieces ABRSM Grade 3 2021 & 2022 (CD Included)
This book contains nine pieces from ABRSM’s Grade 3 Piano syllabus for 2021 & 2022, three pieces chosen from each of Lists A, B and C. The pieces have been carefully selected to offer an attractive and varied range of styles, creating a collection that provides an excellent source of repertoire to suit every performer. The book also contains helpful footnotes and, for those preparing for exams, useful syllabus information.
The enclosed CD features inspiring recordings of all 30 pieces on the Grade 3 syllabus, performed by Nikki Iles, Dinara Klinton, Robert Thompson and Anthony Williams.
This book contains the sheet music for the following Grade 3 repertoire:
- Ecossaise in E (No. 4 from Six Ecossaises, WoO 83) [Ludwig van Beethoven]
- Innocence (No. 5 from 25 études faciles et progressives, Op. 100) [J. F. F. Burgmüller]
- Gavotte in G, HWV 491 [G. F. Handel]
- Salut d’amour, Op. 12, arr. Jones [Edward Elgar]
- Andante (2nd movt from Trumpet Concerto in E, Hob. VIIe:1), arr. White [Joseph Haydn]
- Anastasia (from It’s a Piano Thing, Book 2) [Ailbhe McDonagh]
- Disco Baroque [Alan Bullard]
- Riding the Hobby-Horse (No. 5 from Children’s Album, Op. 98) [A. T. Grechaninov]
- Scary Stuff (from Razzamajazz Repertoire Piano) [Sarah Watts]
Candidates must prepare one piece from each of the above lists.
Book focusing on all-round musicianship
ABRSM has designed their practical graded music exams to motivate instrumental and singing students of all ages and a wide range of abilities. They're available at Grades 1 to 8, as well as a pre-Grade 1 Initial Grade for some subjects.
- Progressive goals to aim for
- Recognition for achievement
- Carefully structured syllabus requirements
- One-to-one assessment by an expert professional
- An objective guide to a candidate’s skills and progress
ABRSM exams are music exams rather than instrumental or singing exams. Examiners assess the quality of the music-making, not how it's achieved. For this reason, ABRSM don't restrict examiners to assessing only their own instrument but require them to examine all instruments.
There are no age restrictions and students can start with any grade or skip grades if they want to.