Scottish Music Graded Exams Accordion - Grade 1

Scottish Music Graded Exams Accordion - Grade 1

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Contents: Grade 1
Airs: Amazing Grace (Trad/arr John Marshall) * Ye Banks And Braes (Trad/arr Christine Martin & Anne Hughes) * The Gentle Maiden (Trad/arr Christine Martin & Anne Hughes) * Mo Nighean Donn Bhoidheach (Trad/arr C. Martin & A. Hughes) * Come By The Hills (Trad/arr Christine Martin & Anne Hughes) * Huntingtower - Trad/arr Christine Martin & Anne Hughes.

Dance Tunes: Aitken Drum (Trad/arr Christine Martin & Anne Hughes) * Seven Step Polka (Trad/arr Christine Martin & Anne Hughes) * Thistle Of Scotland (Trad/arr Christine Martin & Anne Hughes) * Lassie Wi The Yellow Coatie (Trad/arr Christine Martin & Anne Hughes) * The Reel Of Tullochgorum (Trad/arr Christine Martin & Anne Hughes).

Recent Compositions: The Standing Stones Of Kilberry (Iain MacPhail) * Keppoch Point (Iain MacPhail) * The Colours Of Cape Breton (Phil Cunningham) * Mid Yell School Waltz (Tom Anderson) * Michael MacKenzie (Ali MacGregor).

This book contains carefully chosen tunes for your repertoire or to create a programme for TMGE or SQA exams.

The Royal Conservatoire Of Scotland offers Scottish Music Traditional Graded examinations in which anyone can participate, from school-age pupils to adult learners and enthusiasts.

The accordion Syllabus 2014 - 2020 can be viewed on the The Royal Conservatoire Of Scotland website.

The arrangements represent the technical standard to be expected at the grade, and as such should be adhered to by candidates when performing in the exam.

Where appropriate, tunes in this volume have been edited for guidance purposes.

All tunes selected by Ian T Muir and Iain MacPhail in consultation with Alistair McCulloch.

A super resource for SQA exams, concerts, ceilidhs or purely to start your repertoire!

Book Format - A4

"I'd recommend them to anyone wanting to explore their chosen instrument, at any stage of life" Pete Heywood, Living Tradition Magazine 2015.


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