The ABRSM: Encore Book 3 (Grades 5&6) Karen Marshall is part of the official collection of best-loved ABRSM Piano exam pieces from Grades 1 to 8.
Book 3 features popular pieces previously set on ABRSM Grades 5 and 6. Have fun exploring modern favourites and timeless classics, like Satie’s Gymnopedie No. 1, or Haydn’s Vivace assai. Plus, we’ve included background information and new ideas for exploring the music!
ABRSM: Encore Book 3 (Grades 5&6) Karen Marshall Contents:
- Miniature in D minor, No. 2 from 10 Miniatures en forme d’Études, Op. 8 [Alexander Gedike]
- Vivace assai: No. 11 from XII petites pièces [Joseph Haydn]
- Air in F, from the ‘Water Music’, HWV 464 [George Frideric Handel]
- Rondo: Sonatina in E, Op. 12 No. 12, second movement [James Hook]
- Of Foreign Lands and People (Von fremden Landern und Menschen), Op. 15 No. 1 [Robert Schumann]
- By the Brook, No. 6 from Album for the Young, Op. 25 [Génari Karganov]
- To a Wild Rose: No. 1 from Woodland Sketches, Op. 51 [Edward MacDowell / Rowsby Woof]
- Jackson Street Blues, from Jazz, Rags & Blues, Book 4 [Martha Mier]
- Invention No. 14 in B flat, BWV 785 [Johann Sebastian Bach]
- Columbine Dances, No. 1 from Puppets, Vol. 1 [Bohuslav Martinu]
- Waltz in A flat: No. 15 from Waltzes, Op.39 [Johannes Brahms / Kevin Hathway]
- Modulations (from Blue Piano) [Mike Cornick]
- Soirée Polka [Stephen Collins Foster]
- Adagio: 1st movement from Sonata in D, Op. 1 No. 4 [Baldassare Galuppi]
- Song without Words [Felix Mendelssohn]
- Gymnopédie No. 1 [Erik Satie]
- Vals Poetico (Poetic Waltz) No. 5 [Enrique Granados / Kevin Hathway]
- The Blue Pool (No. 5 from On the Cool Side) [Brian Chapple]
- Adagio: 2nd movt from Sonata in C, WoO 51 [Ludwig van Beethoven]
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