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tenderland
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« on: September 02, 2017, 12:51:15 AM »

Hello ,

Was wondering what grade I would be considered. I know all scales ,majot minor harmonic ,melodic.
I do not practise any arpegios. The most advanced piece I know Is Beethoven Two easy Sonatas ,Op 49.

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J
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« Reply #1 on: September 04, 2017, 10:55:12 AM »

Hello ,

Was wondering what grade I would be considered. I know all scales ,majot minor harmonic ,melodic.
I do not practise any arpegios. The most advanced piece I know Is Beethoven Two easy Sonatas ,Op 49.

Thanks
J

I can't answer your question but Henle rates those two Sonatas Level 3 in their rating system...

http://www.henleusa.com/us/detail/index.html?Title=2+Easy+Piano+Sonatas+g+minor+op.+49+no.+1+and+G+major+op.+49+no.+2_56
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