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 Trinity College (London-UK) Syllabus 

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 Syllabus & Curriculum 
 Please Note - Syllabus May Undergo Changes Periodically 

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Classical Piano - Initial Grade

Theory

Note Values & Rests

Technical work: C Major Scale & A minor Scale

Technical work: Broken Chords & Arpeggios C Major & A minor

Musical Knowledge: Articulations, Dynamics, Tempo

Staff, Clef and Grand Staff

Time Signature: 2/4, 3/4, 4/4

Reading Staff and Rules

Interval

Tone and Semitone

Practical

Note Values & Rests

Aural Skills: Time Signature (Identify & Clap) 2/4, 3/4, 4/4

Technical Work: Scales: C Major & A minor

Trinity Initial Grade Exercise 1, Exercise 2, Exercise 3

Trinity Initial Grade Piece 1, Piece 2, Piece 3

Technical Work: Broken Chords: C Major & A minor

Musical Knowledge: Key Signature, Articulations, Dynamics & Tempo

 

Objectives

- To understand how to use the basic elements of music, notes and rhythm, in play
- To develop pitch clarity & Rhythm Clapping
- To acquaint the Student Music Theory concepts for Trinity Initial Grade 
- To learn to focus on playing pieces, Exercise of Trinity Initial Grade 
- To initiate Aural Skills learning by identifying Time Signatures

- To build awareness of different genres of music
- To learn to play Accidentals (Sharps, Flats and Natural)
- To be introduce technical skills like Scales & Broken Chords (C Major, A minor)
- To understand, musical knowledge as per Trinity Initial Grade, to identify & play Dynamics (p-piano & f-forte); Articulations (Legato, Staccato, Phrase line, Ties, Accent Mark)
- To equip student to appear for Trinity Grade Initial Exam

Classical Piano - Grade 1

Theory: (Musical Knowledge)

Intervals

Tones & Semitones

Major Scales & Relative minors

Chords and Arpeggios

Articulations and Expressions in sheet music

Dynamics & Tempo Markings & Metronome Mark

Recognizing Key Signature

Clapping Rhythm of the Bar

Technical Work

G Major Scale (Similar Motion & Contrary Motion)

Broken chords - One Octave

E Minor Scale (Similar Motion & Contrary Motion)

F Major Scale (Similar Motion & Contrary Motion)

D Minor Scale (Similar Motion & Contrary Motion)

Classical Piece

Sight Reading

Hands Together

New Time Signatures

Contemporary Piece

Chord Patterns

Singing along

Accompaniment

 

Piano Technique

Working Posture and Hand Position

Hand Independence & Coordination

Simple melodies on Sheet music- applying both hands

Technical Skills from Trinity Grade 1 Book

Scales: C, G, D F & relative minors

Broken Chords: C, G, D F & relative minors

Arpeggios: C, G, D F & relative minors

Primary Chords & Inversions: C, G, D F & relative minors

Performance Skills from Trinity Grade 1 Book

Choose ANY three Pieces

Choose ANY three Exercises

Sight Reading Technique from Trinity Grade 1 Book

Understanding Notes on Grand Staff

Identifying Treble Clef & Bass Clef Notation

Learn to Read and Clap Rhythm

Identify Time Signature

Identify Key Signature

Identify Major or Minor Scale

Aural Technique from Trinity Grade 1 Book

Understanding Pitch

Identifying Higher or Lower Pitch

Identifying Meter or Time Signature

Identifying Ascending or Descending Notes

Musical Knowledge from Trinity Grade 1 Book

Rests

Time Signature: 2/4, 3/4, 4/4 & 6/8

Key Signature: C, G, F & Relative minors

Intervals: Major Scale

Accidentals: Sharp, Flat & Natural

Articulations: Expression Marking

Tempo Marking & Metronome Marking

Dynamics Marking

 

 

Classical Piano - Grade 2

Practical: (Pieces and Aural Skills)

Playing Trinity Grade 2 exam 1st Piece, 2nd & 3rd piece

Objectives

 

- To understand how to use the basic elements of music, notes and rhythm, in play
- To develop pitch clarity & Rhythm Clapping
- To acquaint the Student Music Theory concepts for Trinity Grade 1
- To learn to focus on playing pieces, Exercise of Trinity Grade 1
- To initiate Aural Skills learning by identifying Time Signatures

- To build awareness of different genres of music
- To learn to play Accidentals (Sharps, Flats and Natural)
- To be introduce technical skills like Scales & Broken Chords (D Major, F#minor)
- To understand, musical knowledge as per Trinity Grade 1, to identify & play Dynamics (p-piano & f-forte); Articulations (Legato, Staccato, Phrase line, Ties, Accent Mark)
- To equipe student to prepare for Trinity Grade 2 Exam

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