AMEB AURAL TESTS PDF

Assessing students from Preliminary to Diploma levels and from P Plate Piano to Diploma level for piano , candidates can enrol in exams on a vast array instruments from the following families: Keyboard—including piano, organ and accordion Strings—including violin, viola, cello, double bass, classical guitar and harp Woodwind—including recorder, flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon and saxophone Orchestral Brass—including horn, trumpet, trombone, bass trombone, tuba and euphonium Percussion Band—including Concert Band and Brass Band—Bb, Eb and C instruments Voice—including singing and musical theatre. Candidates can also undertake ensemble performance examinations, available for string, woodwind, brass, percussion or other mixed ensembles. The detailed collection of music syllabuses outlines the requirements for taking exams at all grade and diploma levels including the syllabus objectives, repertoire options, technical work and additional requirements. A comprehensive exam consists of technical work, studies and pieces and, depending on the level and syllabus requirements, aural tests, sight-reading and general knowledge. The collaborative option allows candidates to demonstrate ensemble skills by presenting works with an associate artist as part of the repertoire requirements for the grade. Please refer to the full Manual of Syllabuses for more information and full syllabus requirements.

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Assessing students from Preliminary to Diploma levels and from P Plate Piano to Diploma level for piano , candidates can enrol in exams on a vast array instruments from the following families: Keyboard—including piano, organ and accordion Strings—including violin, viola, cello, double bass, classical guitar and harp Woodwind—including recorder, flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon and saxophone Orchestral Brass—including horn, trumpet, trombone, bass trombone, tuba and euphonium Percussion Band—including Concert Band and Brass Band—Bb, Eb and C instruments Voice—including singing and musical theatre.

Candidates can also undertake ensemble performance examinations, available for string, woodwind, brass, percussion or other mixed ensembles. The detailed collection of music syllabuses outlines the requirements for taking exams at all grade and diploma levels including the syllabus objectives, repertoire options, technical work and additional requirements.

A comprehensive exam consists of technical work, studies and pieces and, depending on the level and syllabus requirements, aural tests, sight-reading and general knowledge. The collaborative option allows candidates to demonstrate ensemble skills by presenting works with an associate artist as part of the repertoire requirements for the grade. Please refer to the full Manual of Syllabuses for more information and full syllabus requirements. These syllabuses are designed for all ages and explore popular repertoire including well-loved standards from the classics, jazz standards, arrangements of movie themes, popular songs and concert arrangements.

The singing for leisure syllabus includes folk songs, songs from musical theatre and film, and popular contemporary songs. The for leisure syllabuses differ from the comprehensive syllabuses in the technical work requirements, and candidates are given the choice between aural tests and sight reading.

Further, no additional Theory of Music, Musicianship or Music Craft examination is required to pass any grade or the Certificate of Performance. Repertoire examinations AMEB is now offering repertoire examinations for all syllabuses excluding for leisure, band, ensemble performance and contemporary popular music CPM. In repertoire exams, only pieces are heard: 4 pieces 3 list and 1 own choice for Level 1 examinations 5 pieces 3 list and 2 own choice for Level 2 examinations.

While technical work is still important and relevant for exam preparation, repertoire exams allow candidates to focus on their technique through repertoire and have the flexibility to choose a range of repertoire styles, including own choice works. Similar to comprehensive exams, repertoire exam candidates must still achieve a pass grade in particular grades of musicianship, theory of music or music craft or equivalents in order to complete the requirements for practical examinations at Grade 6, 7 and 8 to receive their certificate.

Ensemble Performance examinations The Ensemble Performance Syllabuses enable ensembles to be examined and focus on works for instruments in the specified family; however, works presented under each subject may include other instruments, for example, Piano, Guitar, Harp and Percussion. Similar to other syllabuses, these syllabuses are broken down into 3 levels of Grades 1—Diploma. Voice and Communication Voice and Communication exams are designed to develop voice and communication skills both for everyday life and the professional sector, and exams are offered from Preliminary grade to associate.

The exams are designed to develop confidence in communications: the skills to read effectively speak with clarity make presentations to a variety of audiences. Often, a young, inexperienced or enthusiastic student wants to do an exam but does not have the requisite maturity and skills. The pre-exam offers candidates—individually or in a small group 2—3 people —the opportunity to experience the examination situation in an enjoyable and non-graded environment.

Speech and Performance formerly Drama and Performance Speech and Performance exams are designed to develop interpretative and performance skills across a broad spectrum of styles, genres and eras, and are offered from Preliminary to Licentiate Diploma level. Candidates will achieve secure vocal technique, integrated physical response and imaginative and insightful presentation of texts. They will develop the skills required for interpreting to audiences in a variety of performance spaces.

Drama and Communication The Drama and Communication Syllabus offers a series of examinations in the area of performing arts. The exams are especially designed for a wide range of drama and speech learning environments and provide for creative flexibility within these contexts. The syllabus should appeal to both classroom Drama teachers and Speech and Drama teachers working in a private studio.

It is a multi-optional syllabus and candidates may present for examination: in one large class group in which sub groups could work together to flesh out the focus and performance for the chosen grade—these students would present one examination lasting 30 minutes or more according to level in pairs duo as individual candidates. Speech and Performance Theory Speech and Performance Theory exams are an opportunity for candidates to show their understanding of the functional framework of speech and performance, and are offered from 1st grade to 7th grade.

The exams are designed to have relevance for a wide range of candidates, focusing on progressive consolidation of knowledge relating to dramatic performance, oral interpretation and spoken interaction in a variety of communication situations. If you are looking to enrol in a Speech and Drama exam, or are a current candidate, the following documents are available for download:.

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Examinations Practical examinations are held throughout the year in many locations across Australia. Each candidate who completes an AMEB exam receives a personal written report from their examiner, and successful candidates will also receive an official certificate recognising their achievement. Why do an exam? Setting goals Having a clearly defined goal can be a powerful motivating force. AMEB syllabuses set educationally appropriate goals, and examinations are an opportunity for students to measure themselves against these goals. Performing in front of others also helps to develop poise and confidence. Progress through feedback Each candidate who completes an AMEB exam receives a personal written report from their examiner.

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