Grade 5 – Student

cet705Grade 5 includes ‘mini-exam’ Sessions with:

  • 2  Rhythm Exercises in 2/4 and 6/8 time to clap, tap or sing back of a  simple rhythm pattern using eighth, quarter, dotted  quarter, half and dotted half notes
  • 8 Interval Identification Exercises: Identify the following intervals after the two notes have been played consecutively (melodic intervals).
    • Above a given note: minor 3rd,  major 3rd, perfect 4th, perfect 5th,  and perfect 8th
    • Below a given note: minor 3rd, major 3rd, perfect 5th and perfect 8th.
  • 3 Melody Playback Exercises of approximately seven notes based on the first five notes of the major scale in C+, F+, G+ and D+ starting on the tonic (1st), mediant (3rd)or dominant (5th) note of the scale

Example Session – Grade 5, Session 1

Rhythm Clapback
The Rhythm Clapback melody is played twice. Clap or tap the rhythm or sing the melody. Check your answer with the Blank Rhythm Pattern in the answer booklet.
Rhythm_Clapback_1_Grade_5 Rhythm_Clapback_2_Grade_5
Interval Identification
Two notes are played consecutively (melodic intervals) once Identify the interval by size and quality (Major 3rd) in the space that follows then check your answer with the answer booklet.
Melody Playback
The triad (tonic chord) is played once and the Melody Playback melody is played twice Play back the melody from memory, then check your answer with the answer booklet.
Melody_Playback_1_Grade_5 Melody_Playback_2_Grade_5
Play Grade 5 Session 1 sample:
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