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Pieces of grade 8 difficulty #383754
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Hi,

Recently I've been trying to find various pieces appropriate for my skill level, which I would say is grade 8 at best.
I've looked at pieces such as Debussy's Arabesque No. 1 and Clair de Lune, and Liszt's Liebestraum no.3. I would like to know what other music I could play, whether it be from the romatic era or around the time of Bach. For example, could I play Rach's Prelude in C# Minor, or is it too hard? If anyone has any suggestions I would be very grateful!
Thanks.

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LIST A
1 J. S. Bach Prelude and Fugue in Ab, BWV 862: No. 17 from Das wohltemperirte  Selected Piano Exam Pieces
 2007–2008, Grade 8
Clavier, Part 1
2 Mendelssohn Prelude and Fugue in D: No. 2 from Six Preludes and Fugues, Op. 35 
 (ABRSM Publishing)
3 D. Scarlatti Sonata in A minor, Kp. 175 (L. 429)
4 J. S. Bach Duetto No. 3 in G, BWV 804. J. S. Bach Four Duets, BWV 802–805 (Henle 161 or Henle 161/MDS)
5 Handel Prelude and Gigue: 1st and 4th movts from Suite No. 6 in F # minor (1720 Collection), HWV 431.
Handel Eight Great Suites, Book 2 (ABRSM Publishing)
6 D. Scarlatti Sonata in E, Kp. 46 (L. 25). No. 8 from Scarlatti 60 Sonatas, Vol. 1 (Schirmer/Music Sales)
7 Shostakovich Prelude and Fugue in A, Op. 87 No. 7. Shostakovich 24 Preludes and Fugues, Op. 87, Vol. 1
(Boosey & Hawkes/MDS)
8 A. Soler Sonata in D minor (Allegretto), R. 15. No. 2 from Soler Eight Sonatas (Schott ED 9183/MDS)
LIST B
1 Clementi Allegro con spirito: 1st movt from Sonata in G minor, Op. 7 No. 3  Selected Piano Exam Pieces

2 Haydn Allegro: 1st movt from Sonata in Eb, Hob. XVI/52 2007–2008, Grade 8

3 Mozart Allegro: 1st movt from Sonata in F, K. 332 (K. 300k) (ABRSM Publishing)
4 Beethoven Adagio cantabile–Allegro ma non troppo: 1st movt from Sonata in F #, Op. 78 (ABRSM Publishing)
5 Beethoven Allegro vivace: 1st movt from Sonata in G, Op. 31 No. 1 (ABRSM Publishing)
6 Haydn Allegro: 1st movt from Sonata in C, Hob. XVI/50 (‘English’). No. 2 from Haydn Selected Keyboard
Sonatas, Book 4 (ABRSM Publishing)
7 Mozart Allegro con spirito: 1st movt from Sonata in C, K. 309 (K. 284b) (ABRSM Publishing)
8 Schubert Allegro moderato: 1st movt from Sonata in E b, D. 568, Op. 122. No. 3b from Schubert Complete
Pianoforte Sonatas, Vol. 1 (ABRSM Publishing)
* Published by ABRSM Publishing
Piano: GRADE 8
LIST C
1 Eleanor Alberga If the Silver Bird could speak 
 Selected Piano Exam Pieces
2 Martinu The Puppets’ Dance: No. 5 from Puppets, Book 1
̊
3 Prokofiev Gavotte: No. 2 from Three Pieces from Cinderella, Op. 95
2007–2008, Grade 8
4 Ravel Mouvement de menuet: 2nd movt from Sonatine  (ABRSM Publishing)

5 Turina Vals romántico: No. 3 from Linterna mágica, Op. 101

6 Copland Jazzy: No. 3 from Three Moods
7 Albéniz Rumores de la caleta (Malagueña): No. 6 from Recuerdos de viaje, Op. 71. No. 12 from A Keyboard
Anthology, Third Series, Book 5 (ABRSM Publishing)
8 Bortkiewicz Prelude: No. 1 from Six Preludes, Op. 13 (Rahter/MDS)
9 Brahms Intermezzo in E (Adagio): No. 4 from Seven Fantasies, Op. 116 (ABRSM Publishing)
10 Chopin Nocturne in F minor, Op. 55 No. 1. No. 15 from Chopin Nocturnes (Henle 185 or Henle 185/MDS)
11 Debussy La sérénade interrompue: No. 9 from Préludes, Book 1 (UMP)
12 Gershwin Liza (this arrangement only). Meet George Gershwin at the Keyboard (Faber; album formerly issued
by IMP)
13 Grieg Notturno (Nocturne): No. 4 from Lyric Pieces, Book 5, Op. 54. No. 27 from Grieg 38 Pianoforte Pieces, Book 2
(ABRSM Publishing)
14 Moeran Irish Love Song: No. 1 from Two Folksong Arrangements. Moeran Collected Solo Piano Music, Vol. 2
(Thames/Music Sales)
15 Poulenc Toccata: No. 3 from Trois Pièces pour piano (Heugel/UMP)
16 Rachmaninov Prelude in F: No. 7 from 13 Preludes, Op. 32 (Boosey & Hawkes/MDS)


and


LIST A
1 J. S. Bach Allemande: 2nd movt from Partita no.4 in D, BWV 828 
2 Shostakovich Prelude and Fugue in E b: no.19 from ‘24 Preludes  Selected Piano Exam Pieces 2005–2006,
 Grade 8 (Associated Board)
and Fugues’, Op.87
3 Scarlatti Sonata in D, Kp.535
4 J. S. Bach Prelude and Fugue in A minor, BWV 889: no.20 from ‘The Well-Tempered Clavier’, Part 2 (Associated
Board)
5 Handel Suite no.8 in F minor (1720 Collection), HWV 433: 1st and 2nd movts, Prelude and Fuga (Allegro). Handel
Eight Great Suites, Book 2 (Associated Board)
6 Hindemith Interludium (pp.27–28) and Fugue no.6 (Fuga sexta) in E b, from ‘Ludus Tonalis’ (Schott ED 3964/M.D.S.)
7 Lekeu Fughetta in B minor (from Sonata for Piano). French Romantic Repertoire, Level 2 (Faber)
8 Scarlatti Sonata in D minor, Kp.444, L.420. No.152 from Scarlatti 200 Sonatas, Vol. 4 (Editio Musica/Boosey &
Hawkes)
LIST B
1 C. P. E. Bach Allegro assai: 1st movt from Sonata in F minor, H.173, Wq.57/6  Selected Piano Exam Pieces
 2005–2006, Grade 8
2 Mozart Allegro moderato: 1st movt from Sonata in C, K.330/300h
 (Associated Board)
3 Beethoven Sonata in E minor, Op.90: 1st movt
4 Beethoven Sonata in G, Op.79: 1st movt, Presto alla tedesca (Associated Board)
5 Clementi Sonata in G, Op.37 no.2: 1st movt, Allegro. No.14 from Clementi Selected Piano Sonatas, Vol. 2 (Henle or
Henle–Schott/M.D.S)
6 Haydn Sonata in D, Hob.XVI/24: 1st movt, Allegro. No.39 from Haydn Complete Piano Sonatas, Vol. 2 (Wiener
Urtext/M.D.S.)
7 Haydn Sonata in E b, Hob.XVI/49: 1st movt, Allegro. No.59 from Haydn Complete Piano Sonatas, Vol. 3 (Wiener
Urtext/M.D.S.)
8 Schubert Sonata in E, D.459: 1st movt, Allegro moderato. Schubert Complete Pianoforte Sonatas, Vol. 1 (Associated
Board)
* Published by the Board.
Piano: GRADE 8
LIST C
1 Arensky Impromptu: no.1 from ‘Quatre morceaux pour piano’, Op.25 
 Selected Piano Exam Pieces
2 Billy Mayerl Autumn Crocus
3 Schumann Intermezzo: no.4 from ‘Faschingsschwank aus Wien’, Op.26 
2005–2006, Grade 8
 (Associated Board)
4 Liszt Dem Andenken Petöfis

5 Rawsthorne Bagatelle no.3

6 Takemitsu Romance
7 Albéniz Castilla (Seguidillas): 7th movt from ‘Suite espagnole’, Op.47 (Schott ED 5068/M.D.S.)
8 Chopin Polonaise in C minor, Op.40 no.2. Chopin Polonaises (Henle or Henle–Schott/M.D.S.)
9 Debussy Arabesque no.1 in E. Debussy Two Arabesques (Wiener Urtext/M.D.S.)
10 Fauré Barcarolle no.4 in Ab, Op.44. Fauré 13 Barcarolles (Piano Works, Vol. 2) (Peters EP 9560b)
11 Edward Gregson No.6 from ‘Six Little Piano Pieces’ (Novello/Music Sales)
12 Benjamin Lees Nos.7 and 9 from ‘Kaleidoscopes’. Boosey & Hawkes 20th-Century Piano Collection: from 1945
(Boosey & Hawkes)
13 Medtner Idylle: no.1 from ‘Three Arabesques’, Op.7 (Benjamin/Boosey & Hawkes)
14 Mendelssohn Scherzo in E minor, Op.16 no.2. No.6 from A Keyboard Anthology, 1st Series, Book 5 (Associated
Board)
15 Poulenc Nocturne no.1 in C, from ‘Nocturnes’ (Heugel/U.M.P.)


This is from two syllabi from different years.


John


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Re: Pieces of grade 8 difficulty #383756
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Wow that's a lot!
I'll have a really good look through them!
Are there any you would suggest in particular as well?
Thanks a lot!

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1 Clementi Allegro con spirito: 1st movt from Sonata in G minor, Op. 7 No. 3
i've learned this and now i know it's a grade 8 piece. actually its 3rd movement is more difficult than the 1st.

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Though a useful approximate guide, I am not entirely convinced that ABRSM syllabus lists are an absolute measure of technical or interpretative difficulty. It is the standard of piano-playing ability and musicianship appropriate to the level being examined, that are being evaluated in ABRSM examinations, and the pieces are merely vehicles for achieving that aim.

I would suggest that certain works that appear on, for example, Grade 8 syllabuses are arguably technically and/or interpretatively conspicuously more or less difficult than others on the same list; however I believe that examiners would be looking for a more 'accomplished' level of performance in the apparently 'easier' pieces than those that are perhaps more 'challenging.'

E.g. it is IMO credible to state that Beethoven Op.90 (1st movement) presents more challenges than the 1st movement of Op.79; also if my memory serves me the latter has previously appeared on the ABRSM Grade 6 lists some years ago. Similarly, the same (complete) Beethoven sonata that I played for Grade 8 many years ago, is now also featured on the DipABRSM repertoire list. However, a performance merely worthy of a pass for Grade 8 would probably be insufficient to succeed in the higher level exam. In other words, it's not necessarily what you play but how you play.

Best regards,

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Originally posted by PoStTeNeBrAsLuX:
In other words, it's not necessarily [b]what you play but how you play.
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Absolutely true. When I did my grade 8 exam (over 20 years ago - gulp) I was halfway through the slow movement of some modern piano sonata when the examiner said 'ok, very nice, I've heard enough of that. Let's skip to the difficult bit in the last movement.' So I had to pick up half way through the last movement where it got tough. I must look out that music...


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Hi MCH--

I'm an adult hobbyist, and I have played those pieces you mentioned and am learning Rachmaninoff's Prelude now. I think it's much easier than Arabesque, as is Clair de Lune. I'd suggest you look at Brahms Rhapsody in G minor, which is about that same level. Liebestraum is substantially harder than Consolation by Liszt, in my opinion. You might enjoy the Gershwin Preludes, and I have loved playing "Romance" by Sibelius. You might enjoy "Rustle of Spring" by Sinding, and there are plenty of great Chopin pieces at your level. You might check out the pieces in Keith Snell's series of books that are graded 1-10. Most of these would be in the Level 10 book, though people certainly could argue whether they are all the same level of difficulty. He publishes 3 repertoire books at each level--Baroque/Classical, Romantic/20th Century, and Etudes. They're all on Amazon for you to look at the Tables of Contents.

Good luck!

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John:
the examiner said 'ok, very nice,

I think I played about 24 bars of the Allegretto of Beethoven Op14 No1 before the examiner a similar thing, such that there was enough time for all of the somewhat trickier last movement eek . Come to think of it, I was cut short just after the da capo in the Chopin Polonaise; the only piece I got to play in its entirety was the Mendelssohn Prelude and Fugue in D.

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Thanks for the help!
I really like Brahms' Rhapsody in G minor and Sinding's Rustle of Spring. I think I will start learning them as soon as possible!

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I am wondering what the Bach's Goldberg variations are on this list as different variations have different levels of difficulty. ..

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This thread is two days short of being three years old, and the OP hasn't been here in 10 months!

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Originally Posted by elizabeth clausen
I am wondering what the Bach's Goldberg variations are on this list as different variations have different levels of difficulty. ..


I have no idea about the grading system, but I have no doubt that the Goldbergs would land in the highest "grade" possible. There's not much that's "easy" about the "easiest" of them.



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Originally Posted by stores
... the Goldbergs would land in the highest "grade" possible. There's not much that's "easy" about the "easiest" of them.

Yes, with the exception of the aria, which an intermediate level pianist would probably not have much difficulty playing.

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Oh wow, Grieg's Notturno (op. 54, no 4) and the scarlatti sonata in d major are both 6th grade ameb. I'm also learning a Schumann piece: Eintritt, from Waldszenen, which also is grade 8 abrsm apparently but is only grade 6 ameb. why is there such a huge difference? i even started learning Grieg's butterfly (op 43, no 1) as a possibly grade 7 ameb extra list piece (as it was grade 7 a few years ago in abrsm), but now i don't even know if its grade 6 standard)

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Your a year or three late Aeonstorm. :), I bet that you searched up Grade 8 smile

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i'm just looking for extra list pieces of about grade 7 difficulty - they can be anything at all. but i keep finding pieces which are supposedly grade 7/8 abrsm which are grade 6 ameb

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Beethoven's pathetique 3rd movement - rondo
Capriccio movement of Bach partita no.2
Prokofiev Prelude no.1 in c major
Debussy Valse Romantique

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Originally Posted by MCH
Hi,

Recently I've been trying to find various pieces appropriate for my skill level, which I would say is grade 8 at best.
I've looked at pieces such as Debussy's Arabesque No. 1 and Clair de Lune, and Liszt's Liebestraum no.3. I would like to know what other music I could play, whether it be from the romatic era or around the time of Bach. For example, could I play Rach's Prelude in C# Minor, or is it too hard? If anyone has any suggestions I would be very grateful!
Thanks.



I'm about at that level as an adult restarter. I think Liebestraum would be a stretch. Clair is very doable, but it's far from a cinch to play well. Of course, nothing's easy to play really well..

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Play Beethoven's neun variations Woo 65 smile a really cute piece! laugh

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Originally Posted by MCH
Hi,

For example, could I play Rach's Prelude in C# Minor, or is it too hard? If anyone has any suggestions I would be very grateful!
Thanks.


The Rachmaninoff prelude will continue to present challenges as you advance. It's a good one for developing pedal technique, and voicing as it is fugal in some sense. If you start it, just keep it in your repertoire so you can "grow into it". Good luck!


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