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Syllabus:Trombone 2017–2020

Important information:
Please note that the information listed below does not contain complete syllabus details. Therefore, when planning an exam entry, it is important to refer to the current syllabus and the Exam Information & Regulations.

Pieces (select one from each list)

List AAvailable In
1. Arioso (from Concerto in F minor)
J. S. Bach
2. Sarabande (from French Suite No. 1)
J. S. Bach
3. Chanson du Toreador
4. Tambourin
5. Ombra mai fu (from Serse)
6. Largo and Allegro: 1st and 4th movts from Sonata No. 1
B. Marcello
7. Andante cantabile: 2nd movt from Trombone Concerto
8. Little Overture: No. 1 from Super Solos for Trombone
Philip Sparke
9. Largo (from Cello Concerto in Eb)
List BAvailable In
1. Trees on the Mountain
Carlisle Floyd
2. The Acrobat
J. A. Greenwood
3. Moon River
H. Mancini
4. The Joker
5. Bone Idyll
Christopher Mowat
6. Fantango or Bone Shaker
Jim Parker
7. Cakewalk Contest
8. Chicago Blues: No. 5 from Super Solos for Trombone
Philip Sparke
9. Fast and Rhythmic or Steady Blues: 1st or 2nd movt from Shades of Indigo
Peter Thorne
List CAvailable In
1. Allegro or Andante cantabile
Bordogni, trans. Rochut
2. Allegro molto: No. 3 from Hear Today and Bone Tomorrow
Derek Bourgeois
3. Hard Drive or Broadband Bossa: No. 16 or No. 19 from Jazz@Etudes for Trombone
Mark Nightingale
4. Marathon Polka: from Reel Technique for Trombone
Bob Quick
5. Articulation (Advanced) or Dynamic Shapes (Advanced): No. 8 or No. 14 from Melodic Studies on Trombone Technique
Adrian Taylor
6. Allegro (No. 20 from 40 Etudes)
7. Cancan
Allen Vizzutti
Also RecommendedAvailable In
1. Scales & Arpeggios
2. Sight Reading Tests
3. Preparation for the Aural Tests