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									                 29th Annual
                 Kiwanis Music Festival
                 of Guelph


Official Syllabus
Join us April 8 - 9 & April 17 - May 1, 2010
Entries close January 15, 2010




              www.guelphkiwanis.org/music.htm
               musicfestival@guelphkiwanis.org
                                  519.821.4365
                           KIWANIS MUSIC FESTIVAL OF GUELPH
                               Tentative 2010 Schedule
                                                    Thursday     Friday      Saturday   Sunday
                                                     April 8     April 9     April 17   April 18
BANDS
Salvation Army
RECORDER
Salvation Army
HARP
New Life Church
STRINGS
GYMC
                    Monday      Tuesday    Wednesday Thursday     Friday     Saturday   Sunday
                    April 19    April 20    April 21  April 22    April 23   April 24   April 25
CHOIRS
St. George‟s
INTERMEDIATE
PIANO
Harcourt United
VOICE
Knox Presbyterian
GUITAR
New Life Church
SOLO BRASS &
WOODWINDS
New Life Church
STRINGS
GYMC
Salvation Army
                    Monday      Tuesday    Wednesday Thursday     Friday     Saturday
                    April 26    April 27    April 28  April 29    April 30    May 1
SENIOR PIANO
St. George‟s
JUNIOR PIANO
Harcourt United
KEYBOARD/DIGITAL
PIANO
New Life Church



Salvation Army Citadel – 1320 Gordon St. S.        Harcourt Memorial United – 87 Dean Ave.
Guelph Youth Music Centre – 75 Cardigan            Knox Presbyterian – 20 Quebec St.
St. George‟s Anglican – 99 Woolwich St.            New Life Church – 400 Victoria Rd.
                                        KIWANIS MUSIC FESTIVAL OF GUELPH
                                                             Index
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What‟s New ....................................................................................................................... 1
Kiwanis Executive & Committees ...................................................................................... 2
General Rules & Regulations ............................................................................................ 3
Choirs & Vocal Ensembles ~ (C101 – C281) ..................................................................... 7
Voice ~ (V101 – V722) ...................................................................................................... 11
Bands & Ensembles~ (B101 – B295) ................................................................................ 18
Solo Brass, Woodwinds & Percussion ~ (W101 – W335) .................................................. 21
Strings ~ (S101 – S470) .................................................................................................... 25
Recorder ~ (R101 – R302) ................................................................................................ 32
Guitar ~ (G101 – G192) ..................................................................................................... 36
Harp ~ (HP101 – HP146) .................................................................................................. 38
Piano ~ (P101 – P584) ...................................................................................................... 40
Keyboard & Digital Piano ~ (K101 – K245) ........................................................................ 51
Pipe Organ ~ (PO101 – PO144) ........................................................................................ 54
Jazz, Ragtime & Blues (J101 – J243) ................................................................................ 56
Piano Resource List........................................................................................................... 58


                 Entry Forms are included with each Syllabus and may be downloaded at
                                  www.guelphkiwanis.org/music.htm




                         THE ADJUDICATORS
                         Choirs .................................................................................. Gerald Neufeld
                         Voice .................................................................................... Daniel Cabena
                         Bands & Recorder ....................................................................... Peter Stoll
                         Solo Brass, Woodwinds & Percussion................................ Fiona Wilkinson
                         Guitar ................................................................................ Kevin Ramessar
                         Harp .................................................................................Nathalie Younglai
                         Strings ~ Senior ...................................................... Annette-Barbara Vogel
                                     Junior ...................................................... Kelly Parkins Lindstrom
                         Piano ~ Senior ..................................................................... Brett Kingsbury
                                   Intermediate ...................................................Catherine Robertson
                                   Junior ................................................................. Tatiana Voitovitch
                         Composition......................................................................... Gerald Neufeld
                         Keyboard & Digital Piano ............................................................ Ben Jokela
                           KIWANIS MUSIC FESTIVAL OF GUELPH
                             What’s New in 2010
Dates:
► Band classes will take place April 8 – 9 at Salvation Army Citadel.
► All other classes will run from April 17 – May 1. See Tentative 2010 Schedule inside front
  cover for details.
► The Teachers in Concert Valentine Gala Fundraiser will be held Friday,
  February 12 at 7:30 pm at New Life Church located at 400 Victoria Rd. N.
► The Highlights of the Festival Concert & Awards Ceremony will be on
  Sunday, May 30, at 3:00 pm at St. George‟s Anglican Church located at 99 Woolwich St.


Entry Deadline:
► The deadline for entries for the 2010 Festival is January 15, 2010. We ask that you
  express any difficulties with scheduling at the time of application. We shall be unable to
  make changes after scheduling has been completed.

Online Schedule Notices & Updates:
► As we strive to decrease costs and our impact on the environment by reducing our paper
  use, we shall be posting the entrant schedule and the complete programme on our website.
  Please check the online schedule as of March 20 for your specific times and locations.
► All teachers will be sent a schedule for their students.
► Bands and Choirs will continue to be informed by letter.
► Be sure to check the website regularly for any changes and updates that may occur.




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                                                      29th Annual
                                        KIWANIS MUSIC FESTIVAL OF GUELPH

Executive
Past Chair .............................................................................................................. Rick Woolfrey
Chair .............................................................................................................................. Don Kidd
Treasurer ............................................................................................................... Paul Di Renzo
Festival Coordinator & Computer Operations Secretary .................................... Heather Fleming
Revenue Generation Secretary ............................................................................. Bonnie Snider

Committees
Revenue Generation................................................................... Peter Anderson & Mike Manera
Locations & Properties.......................................................................................... Dan Waterston
Equipment Coordinator ........................................................................................ Dave Davidson
Publicity ................................................................................. Larry Townsend & Dave Davidson
Rules ......................................................................................................................... Doug Sloan
Rules & Awards ............................................ Doug Sloan (Chair), Rick Woolfrey, Barrie Cabena

Music Selection Committees
Elementary School Choirs ........................................................... Beth Becker, Margaret Benson
Voice.......................................................................................................................... Glyn Evans
Band .............................................. John Goddard (Upper Grand District Music Subject Council)
Instrumental .......................................................................................................Rosanne Warren
Guitar .............................................................................................. Bruce French, Dan Drysdale
Strings ........................ Paule Barsalou (Suzuki String School), Henry Janzen, Catherine Molina
Piano ................................................................................. Betty Maher, Tracey Clarke-Rankine
Harp ......................................................................................................................... Marie Lorcini
Keyboard & Digital Piano ................................................................................... Theresa Deeves
Pipe Organ ........................................................................................................... Barrie Cabena


  The Kiwanis Music Festival of Guelph Official Syllabus is available at Gordon Taylor Music,
               Guelph Youth Music Centre, The Octave Music Centre, and at
                           www.guelphkiwanis.org/music.htm




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                                  KIWANIS MUSIC FESTIVAL OF GUELPH
                         General Rules and Regulations
Management
1.    The KIWANIS MUSIC FESTIVAL OF GUELPH shall be under the management of the MUSIC FESTIVAL
      COMMITTEE of the KIWANIS CLUB OF GUELPH, which is hereinafter called “THE COMMITTEE”.
      THE COMMITTEE reserves the right to alter, amend and interpret any rule, for the good of the Festival.
2.    All matters not dealt with in these rules shall be referred to THE COMMITTEE, whose decision on such
      matters shall be final and binding upon all concerned.
      ► Liability
      The KIWANIS CLUB OF GUELPH is not responsible for the loss of or damage to articles in any of the
      buildings used for performances during the KIWANIS MUSIC FESTIVAL OF GUELPH.
      ► Copyright - PLEASE OBSERVE COPYRIGHT LAWS
      Do not photocopy, photograph, tape, videotape, or in any way reproduce any part of original music or text
      without the authorization of the copyright owner.
      ► Video & Audio Recording
       Video or Audio recording of any performance by audience members is NOT permitted; permission may be
          granted to media for unobtrusive videotaping of selected performances.
         Video or Audio recording of any adjudication is NOT permitted.
         Still photography is only permitted if time is available between performances, but NEVER during a
          performance.

Definitions
3.    An „amateur” shall be defined as a person for whom the principal means of livelihood is not obtained from the
      performance or teaching of music in the particular category in which he or she is competing. This stipulation
      does not, however, preclude such a person from performing if they have occasionally received remuneration for
      musical services rendered, even in the area in which he or she is competing.

Eligibility
4.    All classes, unless otherwise stated, shall be open to amateurs only.
5.    All classes, unless otherwise stated in these rules and regulations and class headings, shall be open to any
      performer without regard to residence or domicile.
6.    In all classes in which an age limit is prescribed, performers must be of the prescribed age on December 31
      preceding the Festival. Exact date and year of birth must be entered in the space provided on the entry form.
7.    Performers in choirs, choral societies, orchestras or bands may be amateur or professional but must be bona
      fide members of their respective organizations.
8.    A performing group whose membership is 60% or more the same as that of another performing group shall be
      considered the same group, regardless of change in name.
9.    Conductors may be either professional or amateur. Conductors may conduct any number of organizations in
      the same class or otherwise, but must not sing with their choral society or choir, or play with their orchestra or
      band, unless specifically permitted under the class heading.
10.   Unless otherwise stated in the syllabus under the section or class heading, a choir consists of 13 members or
      more. Ensembles have fewer members.
11.   Ensembles of 5 or fewer performers should not be conducted. Ensembles of 6 or more performers may be
      conducted.


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12.   Performers studying with or performing in a group directed by an adjudicator during the calendar year of the
      Festival or within the 6 months preceding the Festival will be ineligible to compete in the classes adjudicated by
      that adjudicator.

Performance Pieces
13.   Where specified, pieces must be performed in the prescribed key. Transpositions are not allowed unless
      specified under the class or section. In all choral and junior voice classes, transpositions will be allowed up to
      one tone, up or down, or as permitted under class or section headings.
14.   Unless otherwise specified in section or class headings, choral numbers must be sung in the original language,
      or in a suitable English or French translation.
15.   In instrumental classes, repeats are to be omitted and second endings taken, unless otherwise specified; da capo
      endings are to be observed.
16.   All performance pieces for solo performances must be memorized unless otherwise stated in the Rules specific
      to each section and/or class of the Syllabus. In competitive classes, failure to comply with this rule will render
      the performer ineligible for a mark, but an adjudication may be given. In both competitive and non-
      competitive classes, failure to comply with this rule will render the performer ineligible for a prize for that class.
      Memorization will be considered during prize allocation.
17.   Where a specified edition of a performance piece is indicated in the Syllabus the performer is expected to
      perform the music as specified and provide a legal copy of the music (not a photocopy) for the adjudicator.
      Although the Festival Committee may provide a copy of some performance pieces in selected classes for the
      adjudicator, it is the performer‟s responsibility to ensure that the adjudicator has a legal copy of the edition of
      the music performed.
18.   In classes in which any piece is the performer‟s own choice, the performer must provide a legal copy (not a
      photocopy) of the music selected for the adjudicator. Such music must be given to the Sessional Secretary
      immediately preceding the respective performance and recovered following the class. Failure to comply with
      this rule may result in a denial of performance, permission to perform without adjudication, or adjudication
      without marks.
19.   Any work, whether prescribed or own choice, cannot be used in more than one class by the same performer.
20.   In Own Choice selections the same work cannot be performed in successive years.
21.   Time limits, where specified, must be adhered to.

Entries
22.   Entries must be submitted on the official performer‟s application form (or copy thereof) and sent to the
      Festival Coordinator, Kiwanis Music Festival of Guelph, Box 1475, Guelph, Ontario, N1H 6N9. The entry
      form must be completed and the „waiver” signed by the performer or a person authorized to sign on the
      performer‟s behalf, and must be accompanied by the registration fee indicated in the Syllabus. The signed
      “waiver” indicates knowledge of and compliance with all the Rules and Regulations. Cheques are to be made
      out to the Kiwanis Music Festival of Guelph and should not be post-dated beyond the deadline for entries.
23.   Entry fees cannot be refunded except under circumstances wherein the entry is rejected by THE
      COMMITTEE. Performers desiring to withdraw their entry must do so in writing to the Festival Office as
      early as possible.
24.   THE COMMITTEE shall determine the closing date for receiving entries; any entry received after such date
      may be rejected. THE COMMITTEE reserves the right to reject any entry for any other reason.
25.   Please notify the Festival Office of any change of address following submission of entry form.




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Programme Procedure
26.   Each performer will receive notification of performance time and facility location for each class entered. The
      performer is expected to arrive 15 minutes before the class is scheduled to begin, presenting the notification, as
      proof of entry, to the Sessional Secretary when the class is called. The official program will list all performers in
      order of appearance.
27.   Performers must provide their own accompanist.
28.   Following the closing date for entries, THE COMMITTEE shall decide the order in which the classes will take
      place and reserves the right to alter the order, if necessary.
29.   THE COMMITTEE may, in its sole discretion, combine or delete classes if it considers that the number and
      nature of entries warrants such a decision.
30.   At the discretion of THE COMMITTEE, two or more performers awarded the highest marks in their class
      may be selected by the adjudicator to compete in a final test.
31.   THE COMMITTEE reserves the right to substitute or appoint additional adjudicators.
32.   THE COMMITTEE reserves the right to disqualify any performer who is not ready to perform when called.
33.   In solo classes, the order will not be changed to accommodate accompanists.
34.   A chord may be given on the piano at the commencement of each piece of unaccompanied music.

Highlights of the Festival Concert & Awards Ceremony
35.   Performers for the Festival Concert are chosen by THE COMMITTEE for programme reasons from among
      those recommended by the adjudicators and need not be prize winners. The Festival Coordinator will confirm
      all selections.
36.   Performers at the Festival Concert do so without remuneration or payment for incidental expenses.
37.   Trophies and scholarships are presented at the Festival Concert.

Complaints and Protests
38.   Complaints and protests must be made directly to the Festival Coordinator in writing during the Festival and
      must be accompanied by a fee equivalent to the amount of the entry fee of the class being protested. If the
      protest is sustained, the fee will be refunded.
39.   There will be no practicing allowed in the performance space before classes. Some disciplines will have a
      warm-up room provided. A few minutes to set up registrations on electric keyboards and organs is permitted.
40.   THE DECISION OF THE ADJUDICATOR IS FINAL.

Scholarships
41.   Scholarships are monetary awards. The allocation of the number and value of the prizes is at the discretion of
      the adjudicator and the Awards Committee and is governed by the following factors:
         the recommendation of the adjudicator
         the amount donated by the community
         the proportional number of entries in a category, for example, 1,000 piano, 300 voice, 300 strings, etc.
         the excellence of the performance
         the performer‟s potential for future musical success
         the frequency and variety of entries by the performer(s)
       previous prize winnings
42.   All participants in all classes, competitive, non-competitive or award to standard, unless disqualified for breach
      of rules, qualify to receive scholarships.


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43.   a) In most competitive classes marks will be given and ribbons awarded based on the following:
           ~First Prize            - first in class                       - with a minimum mark of 80%
           ~Second Prize           - first or second in class             - with a minimum mark of 75%
           ~Third Prize            - first, second or third in class      - with a minimum mark of 70%
           At the discretion of the adjudicator, more than one performer with the same mark may be placed in
           each category.
      b) In some classes, placement will be awarded according to the standard achieved: Gold
      (outstanding), Silver (very good), Bronze (good), or Merit (needs additional preparation). These classes
      will be designated AWARD TO STANDARD (A/S) in the rules of their respective section. Ribbons will be
      awarded only in the top three categories. It is the adjudicator‟s sole discretion to determine which level
      of performance has been achieved. All performers within one class may be of the same standard and
      receive the same designation.
      c) In non-competitive (N/C) classes, the performer will receive an adjudication and be eligible for
      scholarships, but will not receive marks, ribbons, or placement.
44.   The adjudicator‟s oral comments and a certificate or sticker will be presented to each performer at the end of
      the class. Where appropriate, ribbons will be awarded. Scholarships will be presented at the Festival Concert.
45.   The adjudicator‟s written report will be returned to the performer at the end of each class.
46.   Prizes are given to performers, who, on the basis of their performance, show the most promise of future
      musical success. The awarding of scholarships is not restricted to performers who place in competitive classes.
      See Rule 40. Prizes are also awarded to groups for excellence in performance. The Festival encourages
      performers to advance in skill and musicianship from year to year. To that end, except for the open classes,
      prize winners may be excluded from receiving awards for performing at the same or lower level in subsequent
      years.
47.   The KIWANIS MUSIC FESTIVAL OF GUELPH wishes to encourage the development of the musical talent
      of Wellington County residents and to distribute an appropriate amount of prize money to both solo
      performers and groups. To that end, the distribution of prizes will be governed by the following guidelines:
         No less than 50% of the total money shall be awarded to residents of Wellington County.
         No less than 30% of the total money shall be awarded to groups.

Alice Sloan Memorial Prizes
48.   In memory of Alice Sloan, Festival Secretary (1983 – 1988), up to 5 special prizes will be awarded to deserving
      young solo performers, selected by the adjudicators, to perform at the Festival Concert specifically as ALICE
      SLOAN MEMORIAL PRIZE winners. These will be selected using the following criteria.
         Recipients must be 15 years of age or under for most instrumentalists (piano, strings, etc),
         or 17 years of age or under for vocalists and wind instrumentalists,
         must NOT have been a previous Alice Sloan Prize winner and
       shall display not only skill and musicianship, but also promise of future success in performance.
      The ALICE SLOAN MEMORIAL PRIZES will be awarded in addition to any other prizes.


Provincial Finals
49.   As a member of the FEDERATION of CANADIAN MUSIC FESTIVALS (FCMF) and the ONTARIO
      MUSIC FESTIVALS ASSOCIATION (OMFA), the KIWANIS MUSIC FESTIVAL OF GUELPH may send
      some of its performers to the corresponding provincial and national competitions. The selection of finalists is
      exclusively at the recommendation of the adjudicators, and may or may not be the winner of an award.
50.   The entry fee and cost of transportation, accommodation, and accompanists is the responsibility of the
      individual Provincial Finalist.
51.   The Provincial Finalist must agree to be governed by the Rules and Regulations of the FEDERATION of
      CANADIAN MUSIC FESTIVALS and the ONTARIO MUSIC FESTIVALS ASSOCIATION.
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                                       CHOIRS & VOCAL ENSEMBLES
(i)      All participants are subject to the GENERAL RULES AND REGULATIONS of the Festival. Please read them all.
(ii)     For membership restrictions see RULES 7, 8, 9 & 10.
(iii)    For conducting restrictions see RULES 11 & 12.
(iv)     For transposition restrictions see RULE 13.
(v)      For language restrictions see RULE 14.
(vi)     For performance piece selection and procedures see RULES 17, 18, 19, 20 & 21.
(vii)    It is the responsibility of the choir director or ensemble participants to provide the adjudicator with a LEGAL COPY of
         the music to be performed. PLEASE OBSERVE COPYRIGHT LAWS.
(viii)   NOTE: In Own Choice selections, the same work cannot be performed in successive years.
(ix)     Changes in schedule are permitted only by approval of the Festival Coordinator.
(x)      Taped accompaniment will NOT be permitted.
(xi)     All choirs and ensembles are eligible for scholarship consideration and Provincial Finalist designation.
(xii)    In COMPETITIVE classes, each choir or ensemble will receive an adjudication, marks, placement, and appropriate
         ribbons.
(xiii)   In NON-COMPETITIVE (N/C) classes, each choir or ensemble will receive an adjudication, but will not receive marks,
         placement, or ribbons.
(xiv)    In AWARD TO STANDARD (A/S) classes, each choir or ensemble will receive an adjudication, a placement according to
         the standard achieved, and the appropriate ribbons. See RULE 43.
(xv)     For information on PROVINCIAL FINALS see the brief description at the end of the Choirs section.
         See RULES 49, 50 & 51.
(xvi)    Video or audio recording of any performance or adjudication is NOT permitted. Still photography is permitted only if
         time is available between performances, but NEVER during a performance.
(xvii)   Please see the Jazz section for jazz-related choir classes.

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CHURCH CHOIRS – N/C                                                  ADULT ENSEMBLES – N/C
(1) Own choice of two contrasting pieces.                            (1) These classes are intended for adults with the
(2) Choir membership of 7 or more.                                       majority of the members of the ensemble being
C101 ($37) Junior – 14 & Under                                           19 years of age or older.
       Unison or 2-part.                                             (2) Own choice of two contrasting pieces.
C102 ($37) Open                                                          Time limit of 8 minutes.
       One piece must be a cappella.                                 (3) Performance by memory is optional, but
C103 ($37) 35 Members or Fewer                                           recommended.
C104 ($37) 25 Members or Fewer                                       C121 ($34) Small Ensemble
C105 ($37) Combined Senior & Junior                                          Own choice of two contrasting pieces; one
C106 ($34) Youth – 19 & Under – SA(B)                                        must be a Madrigal – SA(T)B, SS(A)A or
C107 ($34) Junior – 14 & Under                                               T(T)BB. 8 – 12 members. A cappella
       Unison or 2-part.                                                     recommended where appropriate. No
C108 ($34) Female Voices                                                     soloist permitted.
C109 ($34) Changed Male Voices                                       C122 ($34) Female Triple Trio
C110 ($34) Men & Boys                                                C123 ($31) Female Double Trio
                                                                     C124 ($28) Female Trio
COMMUNITY CHOIRS – N/C                                               C125 ($28) Trio
(1) Own choice of two contrasting pieces unless                      C126 ($29) Mixed Quartet
    otherwise specified.                                             C127 ($29) Male Quartet
C111 ($37) Community – Any Age & Voice                               C128 ($29) Female Quartet
        Two parts or more.                                           C129 ($23) Vocal Duet – Secular
C112 ($37) Choral Societies                                          C130 ($23) Vocal Duet – Sacred
C113 ($37) Female Voice
C114 ($37) Male Voice
C115 ($37) Service Clubs
        Own choice and a Club song.
C116 ($29) Pre-School
C117 ($29) Family Choir – Any Age


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VOCAL ENSEMBLES – ANY AGE – A/S                      YOUTH CHOIRS – A/S
(1) In these classes no marks will be given, but     (1) These classes are intended for youth choirs,
    performers willl be awarded a Gold, Silver,          both school and community, irrespective of
    Bronze, or Merit designation based on the            Grade level, but 95% of members must be 19
    standard achieved. See RULE 43(b).                   years of age or younger.
(2) Own choice of two contrasting pieces unless      (2) Award to Standard. In these classes, no marks
    otherwise specified. Time limit of 8 minutes.        will be given, but performers will be awarded a
(3) Performance by memory is optional, but               Gold, Silver, Bronze, or Merit designation based
    recommended.                                         on the standard achieved. See RULE 43(b).
C131 ($33) Small Ensemble – Community                (3) Own choice of two contrasting pieces unless
         Own choice of two contrasting pieces; one       otherwise specified.
         must be a Madrigal – SA(T)B, SS(A)A or      C151 ($37) SATB – Open
         TT(B)B. 8 – 12 members. A cappella          C152 ($37) SATB – Community Only
         recommended where appropriate. Brief solo   C153 ($37) SATB – Schools Only
         passages are allowed.                       C154 ($37) SA(B) – Open
C132 ($30) Small Ensemble – Schools                  C155 ($37) SSA(A) – Open
         Own choice of two contrasting pieces; one   C156 ($37) SSA(A) – 19 & Under
         must be a Madrigal – SA(T)B, SS(A)A or      C157 ($37) S(S)A(A) – Community Only
         TT(B)B. 8 – 12 members. A cappella          C158 ($37) S(S)A(A) – Schools Only
         recommended where appropriate. Brief solo   C159 ($37) S(S)A(A) – 16 & Under
         passages are allowed.                       C160 ($37) S(S)A(A) – 14 & Under
C133 ($30) Light Opera, Musicals, etc.               C161 ($37) S(S)A(A) – 12 & Under
                 Ensemble                            C162 ($37) S(S)A(A) – 11 & Under
         Amateur or Professional. Own choice of      C163 ($37) S(S)A(A) – 10 & Under
         ensemble music from any operetta, light              Unison, two or three parts.
         opera, musical, or Broadway show.           C164 ($37) S(S)A(A) – 9 & Under
         Language and accompaniment are                       Unison or twp parts.
         optional. 2 – 7 singers. Time limit of 8    C165 ($37) Treble Boys Choir – S(S)A(A) –
         minutes.                                                      Any Age
C134 ($30) Opera or Oratorio Ensemble                         Unison, two or three parts.
         Amateur or professional. Own choice of      C166 ($37) T(T)B(B)
         ensemble music from any standard opera      C167 ($37) Choirs – S(S)A, SA(T)B
         and/or oratorio. Language and                        Own choice of any music with varied
         accompaniment optional. 2 – 7 singers.               acoustic accompaniment, eg. piano, flute,
         Time limit of 8 minutes.                             violin. Time limit of 8 minutes.
C135 ($29) Mixed Quartet – SATB                      C168 ($37) Musical Theatre – Two Parts or
C136 ($29) Male Quartet – TTBB                                         More
C137 ($29) Treble Quartet – SSAA                              Own choice of any choral arrangement(s)
C138 ($34) Triple Trio – Any Voice                            from light opera, operetta, musical, or
C139 ($31) Double Trio – Any Voice                            Broadway show. Props not mandatory.
C140 ($28) Trio – Any Voice                                   Time limit of 8 minutes includes set-up.
C141 ($23) Duet – Any Voice                          C169 ($34) Small Ensemble
                                                              Own choice of two contrasting pieces; one
                                                              must be a Madrigal – SA(T)B, SS(A)A or
                                                              T(T)BB. 8 – 12 members. A cappella
                                                              recommended where appropriate. No
                                                              soloist permitted.
                                                     C170 ($34) Vocal Ensemble – Two Parts or
                                                                       More
                                                              Any voice, 5 – 12 members. Own choice of
                                                              three contrasting pieces up to the time limit
                                                              of 8 minutes. Accompaniment optional.
                                                              Festival provides only piano.




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YOUTH VOCAL ENSEMBLES –                                 C192   ($23)   Duet – 25 & Under
COMPETITIVE                                             C193   ($23)   Duet – 22 & Under
(1) Where age limit is not specified, the majority of   C194   ($23)   Duet – 20 & Under
    members in the ensemble must be 19 years of         C195   ($23)   Duet – 18 & Under
    age or younger.                                     C196   ($23)   Duet – 16 & Under
(2) Language and accompaniment are optional.            C197   ($23)   Duet – 14 & Under
(3) Refer to RULES 11, 18, 19, 20, and 21.              C198   ($23)   Duet – 12 & Under
(4) Unless otherwise specified own choice of two        C199   ($23)   Duet – 10 & Under
    contrasting pieces. Time limit of 7 minutes.
(5) Performance by memory is optional, but
    recommended.                                        SECONDARY SCHOOL CHOIRS – A/S
C181 ($29) Female Quartet – SSAA                        (1) In these classes no marks will be given, but
C182 ($29) Male Quartet – TTBB                              performers will be awarded a Gold, Silver,
C183 ($29) Mixed Quartet – SATB                             Bronze, or Merit designation based on the
C184 ($34) Triple Trio – 20 & Under                         standard achieved. See RULE 43(b).
C185 ($34) Triple Trio – 16 & Under                     (2) Own choice of two contrasting pieces.
C186 ($31) Triple Trio – 14 & Under                     C201 ($37) Senior Mixed – 11 & 12
C187 ($31) Triple Trio – 12 & Under                     C202 ($37) Senior Male – 11 & 12
C188 ($31) Double Trio                                  C203 ($37) Senior Female – 11 & 12
C189 ($28) Trio – SSA                                   C204 ($37) Junior Mixed – 9 & 10
C190 ($28) Trio – SAB                                   C205 ($37) Junior Male – 9 & 10
C191 ($29) Two Part – Any Voice – Up to 4               C206 ($37) Junior Female – 9 & 10
                Singers                                 C207 ($37) Junior/Senior Mixed – 9 to 12
                                                        C208 ($37) Junior/Senior Male – 9 to 12
                                                        C209 ($37) Junior/Senior Female – 9 to 12



                                     Elementary School Choirs
CLASSROOM/DIVISION –                                    C216   ($29) Grade 3
NON-COMPETITIVE                                         C217   ($29) Grade 2
(1) All classes in this section are Non-Competitive     C218   ($29) Grade 1
    (N/C), i.e. no marks or placement will be given.    C219   ($29) Kindergarten
    Each choir will receive an adjudication and is             Rhythm accompaniment encouraged
    eligible for a monetary award, trophy, and
    provincial finals designation.                      DIVISION CHOIRS – N/C
(2) In case of a split class, the majority should       C220 ($37) Theatre & Show (K – 8)
    determine which Grade to enter.                            Own choice of any show or theatre music,
(3) Each choir will perform two pieces: where                  unison or part singing. Accompaniment
    specified, the given test piece or one selection           optional. Time limit of 8 minutes.
    from an authorized music text appropriate to the    C221 ($37) Intermediate (6 – 8) – S(S)A,
    Grade AND one own choice of a contrasting                           S(S)T, or S(A)B
    piece; where not specified, own choice of two              Own choice of two contrasting pieces in two
    contrasting pieces (pour une classe française,             or three parts.
    deux chansons françaises.)                          C222 ($37) Chorale d’Ecole/Classe
(4) Music may be transposed up or down one tone         C223 ($37) Glee Club – S(S)A
    or semi-tone. See RULE 13.                          C224 ($37) Glee Club – Unison
(5) Language and/or accompaniment are optional          C225 ($37) Boys Choir – Junior (4-6)
    unless otherwise specified in the original music.   C226 ($37) Junior (4 – 6) – SA
    See RULE 14.                                               Must be sung in two parts.
(6) Refer to RULES 17, 18, 19 and 20.                          Own choice of two contrasting songs.
                                                        C227 ($37) Junior (4 – 6) – Unison
CLASSROOM CHOIRS – N/C                                         Own choice of two contrasting songs.
C211 ($31) Grade 8                                      C228 ($37) Primary (K – 3)
C212 ($31) Grade 7                                             Own choice of two contrasting songs.
C213 ($31) Grade 6                                      C229 ($37) Chorale d’Ecole/Classe –
C214 ($31) Grade 5                                                      Junior (4 – 6)
C215 ($31) Grade 4                                      C230 ($29) Special Needs (i.e. DD, LD)

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CLASSROOM/DIVISION – COMPETITIVE                        C242    ($31) Grade 7
(1) These classes are competitive, i.e. marks,                  Own choice of two contrasting songs.
    ribbons, and placement will be given.                       One piece must be sung in two parts.
(2) In case of a split class, the majority should       C243    ($31) Grade 6
    determine which grade to enter.                             Own choice of two contrasting songs.
(3) Each choir will perform two contrasting pieces:             One piece must be sung in two parts.
    where specified, the given test piece and an own    C244    ($31) Grade 5
    choice piece. (Pour une class francaise, deux               Own choice of two contrasting songs.
    chansons francaises).                                       One piece must be sung in two parts.
(4) Music may be transposed up or down one tone         C245    ($31) Grade 4
    or semi-tone. See RULE 13.                                  Own choice of two contrasting songs.
(5) Language and/or accompaniment are optional          C246    ($29) Grade 3
    unless otherwise specified in the original music.           Own choice of two contrasting songs.
    See RULE 14.                                        C247    ($29) Grade 2
(6) Refer to RULES 17, 18, 19, and 20.                          Own choice of two contrasting songs.
                                                        C248    ($29) Grade 1
                                                                Own choice of two contrasting songs.
CLASSROOM CHOIRS –                                      C249    ($29) Kindergarten
ALL STUDENTS – COMPETITIVE                                      Own choice of two contrasting songs.
(1) This section is designed for the total enrolment
    of a single classroom.                              DIVISION CHOIRS – A/S
(2) See Elementary School Choirs –                      (1) This section is designed for all or selected
    Classroom/Division – Competitive Rules.                 students from various grades with a division.
C231 ($31) Grade 8                                      (2) Award to Standard. In these classes no marks
        Own choice of two contrasting songs.                will be given, but performers will be awarded a
        One must be sung in two parts.                      Gold, Silver, Bronze, or Merit designation based
C232 ($31) Grade 7                                          on the standard achieved. See RULE 43(b).
        Own choice of two contrasting songs.            (3) See Elementary School Choirs – Classroom/
        One must be sung in two parts.                      Division – Competitive Rules (3), (4), (5), (6).
C233 ($31) Grade 6                                      (4) In OWN CHOICE selections, the same work
        Own choice of two contrasting songs.                cannot be performed in successive years.
        One must be sung in two parts.                  (5) Taped accompaniment will NOT be permitted.
C234 ($31) Grade 5                                      C251 ($37) Chorale d’Ecole/Classe – SA
        Own choice of two contrasting songs.            C252 ($37) Chorale d’Ecole/Classe – Unison
        Two parts suggested.                            C253 ($37) Glee Club – S(S)A
C235 ($31) Grade 4                                               Here‟s to Song – SA – Alistair MacGillivray
        Own choice of two contrasting songs.                     and a contrasting piece of your own choice.
C236 ($29) Grade 3                                      C254 ($37) Glee Club – Unison
        Own choice of two contrasting songs.            C255 ($37) A Cappella Choir – Treble Voices
C237 ($29) Grade 2                                      C256 ($37) Intermediate (5 – 8) SA(T)B
        Own choice of two contrasting songs.                     Own choice of two contrasting songs, both
C238 ($29) Grade 1                                               of which must be sung in at least two parts.
        Own choice of two contrasting songs.            C257 ($37) Intermediate (5 – 8) S(S)A
C239 ($29) Kindergarten                                          Own choice of two contrasting songs, both
        Own choice of two contrasting pieces.                    of which must be sung in at least two parts.
        Rhythm accompaniment encouraged.                C258 ($37) Junior (4 – 6) S(S)A
                                                                 I Love This Country – Craig Cassils
CLASSROOM CHOIRS – COMBINED –                                    – Themes and Variations Grade 6
SAME GRADE – COMPETITIVE                                         and Own Choice.
(1) This section is designed for combined classroom     C259 ($37) Junior (4 – 6) Unison
    choirs of the same grade; selection of students              Hymn to Freedom – Oscar Peterson &
    at the teacher‟s discretion.                                 Harriet Hamilton – Themes and Variations
(2) See Elementary School Choirs –                               Grade 6 and Own Choice.
    Classroom/Division – Competitive Rules.             C260 ($37) Primary (K – 3)
C241 ($31) Grade 8                                               The Monkey and the Crocodile – Udo
         Own choice of two contrasting songs.                    Kasemets – Five Pieces for Children or
         One piece must be sung in two parts                     RCM Intro Book and Own Choice.
                                                        C261 ($37) Chorale d’Ecole/Classe (K – 3)
                                                                 Own choice of two contrasting pieces.

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                                                          VOICE
(i)    All participants are subject to the GENERAL RULES AND REGULATIONS of the Festival. Please read them all and
       take special note of RULES 3, 4 (amateur), 16 (memory), 17, 18 (legal copy), 19, 20 (single use), 21 (time limit), 33
       (accompanist), and 40 (adjudicator‟s decision).
(ii)   In NON-COMPETITIVE (N/C) classes, each performer will receive an adjudication and be eligible for scholarship
       consideration and Provincial Finalist designation, but will NOT receive marks, placement, or ribbons.
(iii) In COMPETITIVE classes, each performer will receive an adjudication, marks, placement, and appropriate ribbons and
       will be eligible for scholarship consideration and Provincial Finalist designation.
(iv) Performers may enter no more than seven Voice classes. A sensible balance of entries will enhance the musicianship of
       the performer and permit adequate opportunity for scholarship evaluation.
(v)    Performers may enter any class they wish but, for consistency of adjudication it is recommended that the majority of
       classes be selected within TWO Grade levels. Please refer to the current Syllabus of either the Royal Conservatory of
       Music or Conservatory Canada.
(vi) It is the responsibility of the performer to provide the adjudicator with a LEGAL COPY of the music to be performed.
       PLEASE OBSERVE COPYRIGHT LAWS.
(vii) All vocal selections must be performed with accompaniment.
(viii) The adjudicator may select one performer to receive an ALICE SLOAN MEMORIAL PRIZE. See Rule 48.
(ix) The adjudicator may choose performers to proceed to the PROVINCIAL FINALS at the Open and Graded levels. All
       selected performers must refer to and be governed by the rules and regulations of the current Syllabus of the Ontario
       Music Festivals Association and the Federation of Canadian Music Festivals. See RULES 49, 50, & 51.
(x)    Please see the Jazz section for jazz-related voice classes.

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                                 Voice Classes – Non-Competitive
VOICE – BY GRADE – N/C                                             JUNIOR VOICE – 18 & UNDER – N/C
(1) A performer may enter only ONE class in this                   (1) These classes are open to all persons 18 years
    section. The performer is encouraged to enter                      of age & Under.
    the class at the Grade level being studied.                    (2) Own choice from the Royal Conservatory and/or
(2) Own choice of one, two, or three pieces                            the Conservatory Canada Syllabus.
    (depending on Grade level) from the current                    (3) Pieces may be transposed to suit the voice.
    Royal Conservatory or Conservatory Canada                      V116 ($20) Soprano – 18 & Under – Grade 8
    Syllabus. Any selection may be performed only                  V117 ($19) Soprano – 16 & Under – Grade 6
    once for adjudication. See RULE 19.                            V118 ($20) Mezzo-Soprano/Contralto
V101 ($20) ARCT                                                                   18 & Under – Grade 8
        Own choice of three contrasting pieces.                    V119 ($19) Mezzo-Soprano/Contralto
V102 ($20) Grade 10                                                               16 & Under – Grade 6
        Own choice of two contrasting pieces.                      V120 ($20) Tenor – 18 & Under – Grade 8
V103 ($20) Grade 9                                                 V121 ($19) Tenor – 16 & Under – Grade 6
        Own choice of two contrasting pieces.                      V122 ($20) Bass/Baritone
V104 ($20) Grade 8                                                                18 & Under – Grade 8
        Own choice of two contrasting pieces.                      V123 ($19) Bass/Baritone
V105 ($19) Grade 7                                                                16 & Under – Grade 6
        Own choice of two contrasting pieces.                      V124 ($20) Male (Unchanged Voice)
V106 ($19) Grade 6                                                                18 & Under – Grade 8
        Own choice of two contrasting pieces.                      V1125 ($19) Male (Unchanged Voice)
V107 ($19) Grade 5                                                                16 & Under – Grade 6
        Own choice of one piece.                                   V126 ($17) Girls – 14 & Under – Grade 4
V108 ($17) Grade 4                                                 V127 ($17) Boys (Unchanged Voice)
        Own choice of one piece.                                                  14 & Under – Grade 4
V109 ($17) Grade 3                                                 V128 ($17) Boys (Changed Voice)
        Own choice of one piece.                                                  14 & Under – Grade 4
V110 ($17) Grade 2                                                 V129 ($17) Girls – 12 & Under – Grade 3
        Own choice of one piece.                                   V130 ($17) Boys – 12 & Under – Grade 3
V111 ($16) Grade 1                                                 V131 ($16) Girls & Boys
        Own choice of one piece.                                                  10 & Under – Grade 2
V112 ($16) Introductory Level                                      V132 ($16) Girls & Boys
        Own choice of one piece.                                                  8 & Under – Grade 1
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V133    ($16)   Girls & Boys                           SACRED SONG – N/C
                6 & Under – Introductory               (1) Own choice of any standard Sacred solo
                                                           repertoire including hymns, spirituals, and
ENGLISH SONG GROUP – N/C                                   gospel songs.
(1) Own choice of three songs in English, related in   V151 ($19) 18 & Under
    some way. For example, the songs can be by a       V152 ($19) 16 & Under
    single composer (3 songs by Peter Warlock),        V153 ($17) 14 & Under
    share a common theme (3 Sea Songs), or be
    from the same musical period (3 Elizabethan        GILBERT & SULLIVAN – N/C
    Love Songs).                                       (1) Own choice of any Gilbert and Sullivan song
(2) NO Musical Comedy or Broadway.                         appropriate to the age and vocal maturity of the
(3) Time limit of 10 minutes.                              performer.
(4) NO pause between songs.                            (2) Costumes, minimal props, and actions are
V136 ($23) 18 & Under                                      permitted.
V137 ($23) 16 & Under                                  V156 ($19) 18 & Under
V138 ($23) 14 & Under                                  V157 ($19) 16 & Under
                                                       V158 ($17) 14 & Under
BAROQUE SONG – N/C
(1) Own choice of any Baroque song or aria (1600–      DISNEY – N/C
    1750).                                             (1) Own choice of any song from a Disney Musical
(2) Language optional.                                     or Movie appropriate to the age and vocal
V126 ($19) 18 & Under                                      maturity of the performer.
V127 ($19) 16 & Under                                  (2) Costumes, minimal props, and actions are
V128 ($17) 14 & Under                                      permitted.
                                                       V161 ($19) 18 & Under
ITALIAN ART SONG – N/C                                 V162 ($19) 16 & Under
(1) Own choice of any standard Italian Art song to     V163 ($17) 14 & Under
    be sung in the original language.                  V164 ($17) 12 & Under
V131 ($19) 18 & Under                                  V165 ($16) 10 & Under
V132 ($19) 16 & Under                                  V166 ($16) 8 & Under
V133 ($17) 14 & Under
                                                       BROADWAY – N/C
FRENCH ART SONG – N/C                                  (1) Own choice of any selection from live musical
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(1) Own choice of any French Art song of the 19 or         theatre or Broadway (excluding Disney Musicals
      th
    20 Century to be sung in the original language.        or Movies).
V136 ($19) 18 & Under                                  (2) Costumes, minimal props, and actions are
V137 ($19) 16 & Under                                      permitted.
V138 ($17) 14 & Under                                  V171 ($19) 18 & Under
                                                       V172 ($19) 16 & Under
LIEDER – N/C                                           V173 ($17) 14 & Under
(1) Own choice of a German Art song to be sung in      V174 ($17) 12 & Under
    the original language.                             V175 ($16) 10 & Under
V141 ($19) 18 & Under                                  V176 ($16) 8 & Under
V142 ($19) 16 & Under
V143 ($17) 14 & Under                                  FOLK SONG (TRADITIONAL) – N/C
                                                       (1) Own choice of an authentic Folk song identified
CANADIAN ART SONG – N/C                                    with a particular country. A non-English song
(1) Own choice of an Art song by a Canadian                must include a translation for the adjudicator.
    composer, excluding Folk song arrangements.            Personal arrangements are permitted.
    See list of suggested Canadian composers at        V181 ($19) 18 & Under
    the end of the Voice Section.                      V182 ($19) 16 & Under
V146 ($19) 18 & Under                                  V183 ($17) 14 & Under
V147 ($19) 16 & Under                                  V184 ($17) 12 & Under
V148 ($17) 14 & Under                                  V185 ($16) 10 & Under
                                                       V186 ($16) 8 & Under




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OPERA – N/C                                            V306   ($20) Oratorio – Female
(1) Own choice of any aria (any period) in the                Own choice of any aria from a standard
    original key and language. Include recitative             Oratorio or Cantata, with recitative where
    where applicable.                                         applicable.
V196 ($19) Female – 18 & Under                         V307   ($20) Oratorio – Male
V197 ($19) Female – 16 & Under                                Own choice of any aria from a standard
V198 ($19) Male – 18 & Under                                  Oratorio or Cantata, with recitative where
V199 ($19) Male – 16 & Under                                  applicable.
                                                       V308   ($20) Cantata/Aria
ORATORIO – N/C                                                Own choice of any song or aria including
(1) Own choice of any aria (any period) from a                recitative where applicable. Secular or
    standard Oratorio or Cantata. Include recitative          Sacred solo to be sung in the original
    where applicable.                                         language.
V201 ($19) Female – 18 & Under                         V309   ($20) Early Music
V202 ($19) Female – 16 & Under                                Songs of the Elizabethan era. Own choice
V203 ($19) Male – 18 & Under                                  of any song composed before 1700.
V204 ($19) Male – 16 & Under                                  Accompaniment by original instrumentation
                                                              optional. Festival provides only piano.
                                                       V310   ($20) Baroque Song/Aria
OPERETTA – N/C                                                Own choice of any Baroque song or aria
(1) Own choice from any standard Operetta –                   (1600-1750). Language optional.
    English, French, Viennese, Spanish (Zarzuela),     V311   ($20) Italian Art Song
    or American in the original language or a                 Own choice of any standard Italian art song
    suitable translation.                                     to be sung in the original language.
V206 ($19) 18 & Under                                  V312   ($20) French Art Song
V207 ($19) 16 & Under                                         Own choice of any French Art song of the
V208 ($17) 14 & Under                                            th      th
                                                              19 or 20 Century to be sung in the
                                                              original language.
SENIOR VOICE – AGE 19–25 – N/C                         V313   ($20) Lieder
(1) These classes are open to any performer within            Own choice of any German Art song to be
    the age limit.                                            sung in the original language.
(2) Performers are encouraged to sing own choice       V314   ($20) Foreign Language Art Song
    pieces in the original key and language.                  Own choice of any Art song in any language
    Transposition and translation will be permitted.          other than French, German, or Italian.
V301 ($25) English Song Group                          V315   ($20) Canadian Art Song
        Own choice of three songs in English,                 Own choice of an Art song by a Canadian
        related in some way, for example the songs,           composer, excluding Folk song
        a) are by a single composer, b) share a               arrangements. See list of suggested
        common theme, or c) are from the same                 Canadian composers at the end of the Voice
        musical period. Time limit of 15 minutes.             Section of the Syllabus.
        No pause between songs.                        V316   ($20) Modern Art Song
V302 ($25) Concert Group                                                             th
                                                              Own choice of any 20 Century Art song,
        Own choice of three art songs or arias,               (excluding French), language optional.
        language optional. Time limit of 15 minutes.   V317   ($20) Sacred Song
        NO pause between songs.                               Own Choice of any standard sacred song
V303 ($25) Traditional Concert Group                          including hymns and spirituals. NO Gospel.
        Own choice of three contrasting art songs in   V318   ($20) Gospel Song
        the same language and by the same                     Own choice of a gospel song arrangement
        composer. English language NOT                        suitable for concert performance.
        permitted. Time limit of of 15 minutes.               Accompaniment is optional, but must be
        NO pause between songs.                               acoustic. Festival provides only piano.
V304 ($20) Opera – Female                              V319   ($20) Operetta
        Own choice of any Opera aria (any period)             Own choice from any standard Operetta –
        in the original key and language, with                English, French, Viennese, Spanish
        recitative where applicable.                          (Zarzuela), or American to be sung in the
V305 ($20) Opera – Male                                       original language or a suitable translation.
        Own choice of any Opera aria (any period)      V320   ($20) Gilbert & Sullivan
        in the original key and language, with                Own choice of any Gilbert & Sullivan song.
        recitative where applicable.                          Costumes, minimal props, and actions are
                                                              permitted.
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V321   ($20) Broadway                                 V415    ($21) Folk Song (Traditional)
       Own choice of any selection from live                  Own choice of an authentic Folk song
       musical theatre or Broadway (including                 identified with a particular country. A non-
       Disney Musicals and Movies). Costumes,                 English song must include a translation for
       minimal props, and actions are permitted.              the adjudicator. Personal arrangements are
V322   ($20) Folk Song (Traditional)                          permitted.
       Own choice of an authentic Folk song
       identified with a particular country. A non-   MASTERCLASS
       English song must include a translation for    (1) During the Festival the adjudicator will select up
       the adjudicator. Personal arrangements are         to 8 performers who will be invited to participate
       permitted.                                         in a Vocal Masterclass held during the last
                                                          session of Voice classes.
ADULT – AGE 25 & OVER – N/C                           (2) Each Masterclass performer will sing one piece
(1) These classes are open to all amateur vocalists       previously performed at the Festival as selected
    25 years of age and over.                             by the adjudicator. Each Masterclass performer
V411 ($21) Opera, Oratorio, & Operetta                    session will last up to 20 minutes. Each chosen
        Own choice of any Opera aria, any aria from       performer must agree to stay for the entire
        a standard Oratorio or Cantata, or a song         session of approximately 2½ hours.
        from a standard Operetta, as defined in       (3) Performers will be selected at the sole discretion
        classes V304 to V308.                             of the adjudicator for pedagogical reasons, and
V412 ($21) Art Song                                       need not be prize winners. Participation is NOT
        Own choice of any Art song in any                 a factor in scholarship consideration.
        language.                                     (4) A fee of $22 to cover the cost of the Masterclass
V413 ($21) Sacred Song                                    will be collected on the day of and prior to the
        Own choice of any standard Sacred solo            Masterclass, payable to the Kiwanis Music
        including hymns, spirituals, and gospel           Festival of Guelph.
        songs.                                        (5) Performers are responsible for accompanist
V414 ($21) Broadway                                       fees.
        Own choice of any selection from live         V450 ($22) Vocal Masterclass
        musical theatre or Broadway (including
        Disney Musicals and Movies). Costumes,
        minimal props, and actions are permitted.




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                                Voice Classes – Competitive
VOICE – BY GRADE                                     V526    ($17)   Girls – 14 & Under – Grade 4
(1) A performer may enter only ONE class in this     V527    ($17)   Boys (Unchanged Voice)
    section. The performer is encouraged to enter                    14 & Under – Grade 4
    the class at the Grade level being studied.      V528    ($17)   Boys (Changed Voice)
(2) Own choice of one, two, or three pieces                          14 & Under – Grade 4
    (depending on Grade level) from the current      V529    ($17)   Girls – 12 & Under – Grade 3
    Royal Conservatory or Conservatory Canada        V530    ($17)   Boys – 12 & Under – Grade 3
    Syllabus. Any selection may be performed only    V531    ($16)   Girls & Boys
    once for adjudication. See RULE 19.                              10 & Under – Grade 2
V501 ($20) ARCT                                      V532    ($16)   Girls & Boys
        Own choice of three contrasting pieces.                      8 & Under – Grade 1
V502 ($20) Grade 10                                  V533    ($16)   Girls & Boys
        Own choice of two contrasting pieces.                        6 & Under – Introductory
V503 ($20) Grade 9
        Own choice of two contrasting pieces.        ENGLISH SONG GROUP
V504 ($20) Grade 8                                   (1) Own choice of three songs in English related in
        Own choice of two contrasting pieces.            some way: a) by a single composer (3 songs by
V505 ($19) Grade 7                                       Peter Warlock); b) share a common theme (3
        Own choice of two contrasting pieces.            Sea Songs); or c) are from the same musical
V506 ($19) Grade 6                                       period (3 Elizabethan Love Songs).
        Own choice of two contrasting pieces.        (2) NO Musical Comedy or Broadway
V507 ($19) Grade 5                                   (3) Time limit of 10 minutes.
        Own choice of one piece.                     (4) NO pause between songs.
V508 ($17) Grade 4                                   V536 ($23) 18 & Under
        Own choice of one piece.                     V537 ($23) 16 & Under
V509 ($17) Grade 3                                   V538 ($21) 14 & Under
        Own choice of one piece.
V510 ($17) Grade 2                                   BAROQUE SONG
        Own choice of one piece.                     (1) Own choice of any Baroque song or aria (1600 –
V511 ($16) Grade 1                                       1750).
        Own choice of one piece.                     (2) Language optional.
V512 ($16) Introductory Level                        V541 ($19) 18 & Under
        Own choice of one piece.                     V542 ($19) 16 & Under
                                                     V543 ($17) 14 & Under
JUNIOR VOICE – AGE 18 & UNDER
(1) These classes are open to all persons 18 years   ITALIAN ART SONG
    of age & Under.                                  (1) Own choice of any standard Italian Art song to
(2) Own choice from the current Royal                    be sung in the original language.
    Conservatory or Conservatory Canada Syllabus.    V546 ($19) 18 & Under
V516 ($20) Soprano – 18 & Under – Grade 8            V547 ($19) 16 & Under
V517 ($19) Soprano – 16 & Under – Grade 6            V548 ($17) 14 & Under
V518 ($20) Mezzo-Soprano/Contralto
               18 & Under – Grade 8                  FRENCH ART SONG
V519 ($19) Mezzo-Soprano/Contralto                                                                   th
                                                     (1) Own choice of any French Art song of the 19 or
               16 & Under – Grade 6                        th
                                                         20 Century to be sung in the original language.
V520 ($20) Tenor – 18 & Under – Grade 8              V551 ($19) 18 & Under
V521 ($19) Tenor – 16 & Under – Grade 6              V552 ($19) 16 & Under
V522 ($20) Bass/Baritone                             V553 ($17) 14 & Under
               18 & Under – Grade 8
V523 ($19) Bass/Baritone
               16 & Under – Grade 6
                                                     LIEDER
V524 ($20) Male (Unchanged Voice)                    (1) Own choice of a German Art song to be sung in
               18 & Under – Grade 8                      the original language.
V525 ($19) Male (Unchanged Voice)                    V556 ($19) 18 & Under
               16 & Under – Grade 6                  V557 ($19) 16 & Under
                                                     V558 ($17) 14 & Under


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CANADIAN ART SONG                                      FOLK SONG (TRADITIONAL)
(1) Own choice of an Art song by a Canadian            (1) Own choice of an authentic Folk song identified
    composer, excluding Folk song arrangements.            with a particular country. A non-English song
    See list of suggested Canadian composers at            must include a translation for the adjudicator.
    the end of the Voice Section.                      V591 ($19) 18 & Under
V561 ($19) 18 & Under                                  V592 ($19) 16 & Under
V562 ($19) 16 & Under                                  V593 ($17) 14 & Under
V563 ($17) 14 & Under                                  V594 ($17) 12 & Under
                                                       V595 ($16) 10 & Under
SACRED SONG                                            V596 ($16) 8 & Under
(1) Own choice of any standard Sacred solo
    repertoire including hymns, spirituals, and        OPERA
    gospel songs.                                      (1) Own choice of any Opera aria (any period) in the
V566 ($19) 18 & Under                                      original key and language. Include recitative
V567 ($19) 16 & Under                                      where applicable.
V568 ($17) 14 & Under                                  V606 ($19) Female – 18 & Under
                                                       V607 ($19) Female – 16 & Under
GILBERT & SULLIVAN                                     V608 ($19) Male – 18 & Under
(1) Own choice of any Gilbert & Sullivan song          V609 ($19) Male – 16 & Under
    appropriate to the age and vocal maturity of the
    performer.                                         ORATORIO
(2) Costumes, minimal props, and actions are           (1) Own choice of any aria (any period) from a
    permitted.                                             standard Oratorio or Cantata. Include recitative
V571 ($19) 18 & Under                                      where applicable.
V572 ($19) 16 & Under                                  V611 ($19) Female – 18 & Under
V573 ($17) 14 & Under                                  V612 ($19) Female – 16 & Under
                                                       V613 ($19) Male – 18 & Under
DISNEY                                                 V614 ($19) Male – 16 & Under
(1) Own choice of any song from a Disney musical
    or movie appropriate to the age and vocal          OPERETTA
    maturity of the performer.                         (1) Own choice from any standard Operetta –
(2) Costumes, minimal props, and actions are               English, French, Viennese, Spanish (Zarzuela),
    permitted.                                             or American to be sung in the original language
V575 ($19) 18 & Under                                      or a suitable translation.
V576 ($19) 16 & Under                                  V616 ($19) 18 & Under
V577 ($17) 14 & Under                                  V617 ($19) 16 & Under
V578 ($17) 12 & Under                                  V618 ($17) 14 & Under
V579 ($16) 10 & Under
V580 ($16) 8 & Under
                                                       SENIOR VOICE – AGE 19 – 25
BROADWAY                                               (1) These classes are open to any performer within
(1) Own choice of any selection from live musical          the age limit specified.
    theatre or Broadway (excluding Disney musicals     (2) Performers are encouraged to sing own choice
    or movies) appropriate to the age and vocal            pieces in the original key and language.
    maturity of the performer.                             Transposition and translation will be permitted.
(2) Costumes, minimal props, and actions are           V701 ($25) English Song Group
    permitted.                                                 Own choice of three songs in English,
V581 ($19) 18 & Under                                          related in some way: a) by a single
V582 ($19) 16 & Under                                          composer (3 songs by Peter Warlock), b)
V583 ($17) 14 & Under                                          share a common theme (3 Sea Songs), or
V584 ($17) 12 & Under                                          c) are from the same musical period (3
V585 ($16) 10 & Under                                          Elizabethan Love Songs). Time limit of 15
V586 ($16) 8 & Under                                           minutes. NO pause between songs.
                                                       V702 ($25) Concert Group
                                                               Own choice of three Art songs or arias,
                                                               language optional. Time limit of 15 minutes.
                                                               NO pause between songs.


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V703   ($25) Traditional Concert Group                V717   ($20) Sacred Song
       Own choice of three contrasting Art songs in          Own choice of any standard Sacred song
       the same language and by the same                     including hymns and spirituals. NO gospel.
       composer. English language NOT                 V718   ($20) Gospel Song
       permitted. Time limit of 15 minutes.                  Own choice of a Gospel song arrangement
       NO pause between songs.                               suitable for concert performance.
V704   ($20) Opera – Female                                  Accompaniment is optional, but must be
V705   ($20) Opera – Male                                    acoustic. Festival provides only piano.
       Own choice of any Opera aria (any period)      V719   ($20) Operetta
       in the original key and language, with                Own choice from any standard Operetta –
       recitative where applicable.                          English, French, Viennese, Spanish
V706   ($20) Oratorio – Female                               (Zarzuela), or American to be sung in the
V707   ($20) Oratorio – Male                                 original language or a suitable translation.
       Own choice of any aria from a standard         V720   ($20) Gilbert & Sullivan
       Oratorio or Cantata, with recitative where            Own choice of any Gilbert & Sullivan song.
       applicable.                                           Costumes, minimal props, and actions are
V708   ($20) Cantata/ Aria                                   permitted.
       Own choice of any song or aria including       V721   ($20) Broadway
       recitative where applicable. Secular or               Own choice of any selection from live
       Sacred solo to be sung in the original                musical theatre or Broadway (including
       language.                                             staged Disney musicals). Costumes,
V709   ($20) Early Music                                     minimal props, and actions are permitted.
       Songs of the Elizabethan Era. Own choice       V722   ($20) Folk Song (Traditional)
       of any song composed before 1700.                     Own choice of an authentic Folk song
       Accompaniment by original instrumentation             identified with a particular country. A non-
       is optional. Festival provides only piano.            English song must include a translation for
V710   ($20) Baroque Song                                    the adjudicator. Personal arrangements
       Own choice of any Baroque song or aria                permitted.
       (1600-1750). Language optional.
V711   ($20) Italian Art Song
       Own choice of any standard Italian Art song
       to be sung in the original language.
V712   ($20) French Art Song
       Own choice of any French Art song of the                    Canadian Composers
          th      th
       19 or 20 century to be sung in the original
       language.                                        Consider the following composers when selecting a piece
V713   ($20) Lieder                                     for classes entitled Canadian Art Song
       Own choice of any German Art song to be          Murray Adaskin           Srul Irving Glick
       sung in the original language.                   Violet Archer            Derek Holman
V714   ($20) Foreign Language Art Song                  Ronald Beckett           Patricia Holt
       Own choice of any Foreign Art song in any        John Beckwith            Walter MacNutt
       language other than French, German, or           Keith Bissell            Oscar Morawetz
       Italian.                                         Walter Buczynski         David Ouchterlony
V715   ($20) Canadian Art Song                          Barrie Cabena            Nick Peros
       Own choice of an art song by a Canadian          Clifford Crawley         Godfrey Ridout
       composer, excluding Folk song                    Eleanor Daley            R. Murray Schafer
       arrangements. See list of suggested              Chester Duncan           Harry Somers
       Canadian composers at the end of the Voice       Leornard Enns            Nancy Telfer
       Section of the Syllabus.                         Malcolm Forsyth          Ruth Watson Henderson
V716   ($20) Modern Art Song                            Harry Freedman           Healey Willan
                              th
       Own choice of any 20 century Art Song
       (excluding French), language optional.




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                                            BANDS & ENSEMBLES
(i)    All participants are subject to the GENERAL RULES AND REGULATIONS of the Festival. Please read them all and
       take special note of RULES 7, 8, 11, 17, 18, 19, & 20.
(ii)   Some Band classes are restricted to specific groups and levels – Community, Schools A, B, C etc. Please take note and
       enter the class appropriate to your Band. Please contact the Festival Coordinator for clarification. Any School Band may
       enter Class A or B, but not both.
(iii) All Grades refer to the level of the music classes in the educational system.
(iv) In Band classes, teachers may perform with their students, but may not play a lead or solo part. In Ensemble classes,
       teachers may perform only in the classes permitting professional participation.
(v)    Time limits include set up and optional warm up.
(vi) Directors MUST provide a LEGAL COPY of the music to be performed, preferably a full score, to the adjudicator‟s
       secretary at the time of performance. ALL BARS MUST BE NUMBERED to facilitate adjudication.
       PLEASE OBSERVE COPYRIGHT LAWS.
(vii) In all AWARD TO STANDARD (A/S) Band classes, no marks will be given, but performers will be awarded a Gold,
       Silver, Bronze, or Merit designation based on the standard achieved. See RULE 43(b).
(viii) In COMPETITIVE Ensemble classes, each ensemble will receive an adjudication, marks, placement, and appropriate
       ribbons and will be eligible for scholarship consideration and Provincial Finalist designation.
(ix) In NON-COMPETITIVE (N/C) Ensemble classes, each ensemble will receive an adjudication and be eligible for
       scholarship consideration and Provincial Finalist designation, but will NOT receive marks, placement, or ribbons.
(x)    For information on PROVINCIAL FINALS see the brief description at the end of the Bands Section.
       See RULES 49, 50 & 51.
(xi) Video or Audio recording of any performance or adjudication is NOT permitted. Still photography is permitted only if
       time is available between performances, but NEVER during a performance.
(xii) Please see the Jazz section for jazz-related band classes.

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                                       Bands – Award to Standard
BANDS                                                                B113     ($56) School Bands – B
B101     ($56) Bands – Open                                                   Restricted to students in Grades 9 – 12.
         Open to any Concert Band. Own choice of                              Own choice of two contrasting pieces at a
         two contrasting pieces at an Open Level;                             B Level: Band Level 2 ½ or 3 ½ or
         (Band Level 5 – 6 or equivalent or higher),                          equivalent, neither of which was performed
         neither of which was performed last year.                            last year. Time limit of 20 minutes.
         Time limit of 20 minutes.                                   B114     ($56) School Bands – March Class B
B102     ($56) Bands – March Class – Open                                     Restricted to students in Grades 9 – 12.
         Open to any Concert Band. Own choice of                              Own choice of two marches at a B level,
         two marches, one “concert” and one                                   one “concert” and one “street”.
         “street”. Time limit of 20 minutes.                                  Time limit of 15 minutes.
B103     ($56) Bands – Community                                     B115     ($51) School Bands – C
         Community Bands only; no School Bands.                               Restricted to students in Grades 8 – 10.
         Own choice of two contrasting pieces.                                Own choice of two contrasting pieces at a
         Time limit of 20 minutes.                                            C level: Band Level 2, neither of which was
                                                                              performed last year. Time limit of 15
                                                                              minutes.
SCHOOL BANDS                                                         B116     ($51) School Bands – March Class C
B111     ($56) School Bands – A                                               Restricted to students in Grades 8 – 10.
         Restricted to students in Grades 9 – 12.                             Own choice of two marches at a C level,
         Own choice of two contrasting pieces at an                           one “concert” and one “street”. Time limit of
         A level: Band Level 4-5 or equivalent,                               15 minutes.
         neither of which was performed last year.                   B117     ($51) School Bands – D
         Time limit of 20 minutes.                                            Restricted to students in Grades 6 – 8.
B112     ($56) School Bands – March Class A                                   Own choice of two contrasting pieces at a
         Restricted to students in Grades 9 – 12.                             D level: Band Level 1, neither of which was
         Own choice of two marches at an A level,                             performed last year. Time limit of 15
         one “concert” and one “street”. Time limit of                        minutes.
         20 minutes.

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B118    ($51) School Bands – E                                     Own choice of two contrasting pieces.
        Restricted to students in Grades 9 – 12 who                Time limit of 15 minutes.
        are first year players on their instruments.


                                      Ensembles – Competitive
(1) Any combination of instruments as specified in each section/class.
(2) Where no Grade level is specified beginning repertoire may be found in Solos for Schools – Bray & Green –
    Thompson. Equivalent repertoire may be used. Performers may use music. Repeats are optional.
(3) All ensembles of 5 or fewer performers MUST NOT be conducted. See RULE 11.
(4) Accompaniment is optional, but must be live.
(5) Time Limits: 9 minutes for 16 years and under; 13 minutes for 17 years and older. Time limits include
    optional warm up.
(6) Refer to RULES 7, 8, 17, 18, 19, and 20.
(7) Please list instrumentation on entry form.
(8) Performers may request adjudication without marks or placement.

ENSEMBLES BY AGE                                                   Time limit of 13 minutes.
(1) Any combination of brass and/or woodwind               B242    ($31) Ensemble – Grade 6
    instruments.                                                   Own choice of one or two pieces.
(2) Own choice of one or two pieces within time                    Time limit of 13 minutes.
    limit.                                                 B243    ($31) Ensemble – Grades 2 – 4
B201 ($26) Quintet – Open                                          Own choice of one or two pieces.
B202 ($26) Quintet – 18 & Under                                    Time limit of 13 minutes.
B203 ($26) Quintet – 16 & Under
B204 ($26) Quintet – 15 & Under                            WIND ONLY ENSEMBLES/CHOIRS
B205 ($26) Quintet – 13 & Under                            B246    ($31) Wind Ensemble
B206 ($26) Quintet – 12 & Under                                    3 – 6 players. Rhythm section optional.
B211 ($25) Quartet – Open                                          One member may be professional. Own
B212 ($25) Quartet – 18 & Under                                    choice of two or three contrasting pieces.
B213 ($25) Quartet – 16 & Under                                    Time limit of 13 minutes.
B214 ($25) Quartet – 15 & Under                            B247    ($46) Wind Choir
B215 ($23) Quartet – 13 & Under                                    7 – 15 players. Own choice of two or three
B216 ($23) Quartet – 12 & Under                                    contrasting pieces. Time limit of 13 minutes.
B221 ($25) Trio – Open
B222 ($25) Trio – 18 & Under                               PERCUSSION ONLY ENSEMBLES
B223 ($25) Trio – 16 & Under                               B251    ($29) Percussion Ensemble
B224 ($25) Trio – 15 & Under                                       3 – 6 players. One member may be
B225 ($22) Trio – 13 & Under                                       professional. Own choice of two or three
B226 ($22) Trio – 12 & Under                                       pieces. Time limit of 13 minutes.
B231 ($21) Duet – Open                                     B252    ($36) Large Percussion Ensemble
B232 ($21) Duet – 18 & Under                                       20 or more players. One member may be
B233 ($19) Duet – 16 & Under                                       professional. Own choice of two or three
B234 ($19) Duet – 15 & Under                                       pieces. Time limit of 15 minutes.
B235 ($19) Duet – 13 & Under
B236 ($19) Duet – 12 & Under
                                                           AFRICAN DRUMMING
                                                           B255    ($29) African Drumming Ensemble
ENSEMBLES BY GRADE                                                 3 – 6 players. One member may be
(1) Any combination of brass, woodwind, string,                    professional. Own choice of two or three
    harp, guitar, or percussion instruments, up to 8               pieces. Time limit of 13 minutes.
    players, including optional piano, if present.         B256    ($36) African Drumming Large
(2) Own choice of one or two pieces.                                        Ensemble
(3) Time limit of 13 minutes.                                      7 – 20 players. One member may be
(4) Adjudication will assess the collaborative efforts             professional. Own choice of two or three
    of all performers.                                             contrasting pieces. Time limit of 15 minutes.
B241 ($33) Ensemble – Grades 8 – 10
         Own choice of one or two pieces.


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                                  Ensembles – Non-Competitive
(1) Performers will receive an adjudication and be eligible for scholarship consideration and Provincial Finalist
    designation, but will NOT receive marks, placement, or ribbons.
(2) Classes may be divided or combined to facilitate adjudication.

INTERMEDIATE WIND ENSEMBLES –                                   B281     ($29)   Grades 8 – 10
N/C                                                             B282     ($29)   Grade 6
(1) Any combination of brass and/or woodwind                    B283     ($25)   Grades 2 – 4
    instruments.
(2) Performers will select repertoire at an                     ENSEMBLES OF DIVERSE
    intermediate level of difficulty.                           INSTRUMENTS
    Own choice of one or two pieces                             (1) Adjudication will be on the collaborative effort of
(3) Time limit of 10 minutes for ensembles.                         the entire ensemble.
B261 ($25) Open                                                 (2) Own choice of one piece at the current level
B262 ($25) 18 & Under                                               being studied.
B263 ($25) 15 & Under                                           (3) Maximum of 5 wind performers.
                                                                B291 ($29) Winds & Piano
ELEMENTARY WIND ENSEMBLES – N/C                                         Own choice of one piece for winds and
(1) Any combination of brass and/or woodwind                            piano. Time limit of 10 minutes.
    instruments.                                                B292 ($29) Winds & Voice
(2) Performers will select repertoire at an                             Own choice of one piece for winds and
    elementary level of difficulty.                                     voice. Time limit of 10 minutes.
    Own choice of one or two pieces.                            B293 ($29) Winds & Strings
(3) Time limit of 7 minutes for ensembles.                              Own choice of one piece for winds and
(4) Accompaniment is optional, but must be live.                        strings. Time limit of 10 minutes.
B271 ($21) Open                                                 B294 ($29) Winds & Percussion
B272 ($21) 18 & Under                                                   Own choice of one piece for winds and
B273 ($21) 15 & Under                                                   percussion. Time limit of 10 minutes.
B274 ($21) 13 & Under                                           B295 ($29) Winds & Any Instrument
                                                                                 Combination
ENSEMBLES – BY GRADE – N/C                                              Own choice of one piece for winds and any
(1) Any combination of harp, wind, or string                            combination of instruments. Time limit of 10
    instruments, up to 8 players.                                       minutes.
    Own choice of one or two pieces.
(2) Time limit of 13 minutes.


                                                Provincial Finals
 Qualifying bands, as selected by the Adjudicator, may proceed to the Provincial Finals in the following
 Band Trophy & Plaque Classes:

    William C Dawson Trophy & Award: elementary school concert band (up to Grade 8)
    Belle Air Music Trophy & Award Trophy: secondary school band, or community concert band
    Class 15 Plaque & Award: elementary school jazz band (up to Grade 8), 21 or more performers
    Class 16 Plaque & Award: secondary school jazz band, 21 or more performers
    Class 17 Plaque & Award: elementary school jazz ensemble (up to Grade 8), 9 – 24 performers
    Class 18 Plaque & Award: secondary school jazz ensemble, 9 – 24 performers

 All trophy class entries will proceed by tape/cd, to be recorded during or shortly after the Festival, under supervision
 of the Festival. All selected bands must refer to and be governed by, the current Syllabus of the Ontario Music
 Festivals Association and the Federation of Canadian Music Festivals. See RULES 49, 50 & 51. Contact the Festival
 Coordinator for further details.


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                          SOLO BRASS, WOODWINDS & PERCUSSION
(i)    All participants are subject to the GENERAL RULES AND REGULATIONS of the Festival. Please read them and take
       special note of 2, 3, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, & 20.
(ii)   Performers must perform one piece within the time limit specified, at the Grade level indicated, and from the appropriate
       list (if noted) of any Canadian Conservatory Syllabus or equivalent repertoire.
(iii) In all open classes performers must perform one movement of a sonata or concerto at a senior level. Where no lower
       Grade level is specified suggested repertoire is from Solos for Schools – Bray & Green – Thompson. Equivalent
       repertoire may be substituted.
(iv) Time Limits: 7 minutes for 16 years and under, 10 minutes for 17 years and older. Time limits include optional warm-up.
(v)    Performers may use music, but to be eligible for Provincial Finals music must be memorized. It is the responsibility of the
       performer to provide the adjudicator with a LEGAL COPY of the music to be performed.
        PLEASE OBSERVE COPYRIGHT LAWS.
(vi) In COMPETITIVE Solo Wind classes, each performer will receive an adjudication, marks, placement, and appropriate
       ribbons and will be eligible for scholarship consideration and Provincial Finalist designation.
(vii) In NON-COMPETITIVE (N/C) Solo Wind classes, each performer will receive an adjudication and be eligible for
       scholarship consideration and Provincial Finalist designation, but will NOT receive marks, placement, or ribbons.
(viii) Unless otherwise permitted accompaniment must be live; acoustic is recommended. The Festival does not provide
       accompanists. For classes with tape accompaniment see W331 – W335.
(ix) Classes may be divided or combined to facilitate adjudication.
(x)    The adjudicator may select one performer to receive an ALICE SLOAN MEMORIAL PRIZE. See RULE 48.
(xi) The adjudicator may select performers to proceed to the PROVINCIAL FINALS at the Open and Graded levels. At the
       Open level the selected performer must be prepared to perform from memory: one movement of a senior sonata,
       concerto, concert work and one own choice solo selection (but not another movement of the above). At the Graded level
       performers will perform from memory: two pieces at the specified Grade level, one or both of which were heard at this
       Festival. See RULES 49, 50 & 51.
(xii) Music stands will not be provided by the Festival.
(xiii) Please see the Jazz section for jazz-related classes.

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                 Solo Brass, Woodwinds & Percussion – Competitive
BRASS                                                                 W112 ($19)        French Horn
(1) Own choice of one piece from the appropriate                                        18 & Under – Grade 6
    List of any Canadian Conservatory Syllabus OR                     W113 ($17)        French Horn
    piece of equivalent difficulty.                                                     16 & Under – Grade 4
                                                                      W114 ($17)        French Horn – 15 & Under
CORNET OR TRUMPET                                                     W115 ($17)        French Horn – 13 & Under
W101 ($20) Cornet or Trumpet – Open
     Own choice of one movement of a sonata                           TROMBONE/EUPHONIUM
     or concerto at a senior level.                                   W121 ($20) Trombone/Euphonium – Open
     Time limit of 10 minutes.                                             Own choice of one movement of a sonata
W102 ($19) Cornet or Trumpet                                               or concerto at a senior level.
             18 & Under – Grade 6                                          Time limit of 10 minutes.
W103 ($17) Cornet or Trumpet                                          W122 ($19) Trombone/Euphonium
             16 & Under – Grade 4                                                  18 & Under – Grade 6
W104 ($17) Cornet or Trumpet – 15 & Under                             W123 ($17) Trombone/Euphonium
W105 ($17) Cornet or Trumpet – 13 & Under                                          16 & Under – Grade 4
                                                                      W124 ($17) Trombone/Euphonium
FRENCH HORN
                                                                                   15 & Under
W111 ($20) French Horn – Open
                                                                      W125 ($17) Trombone/Euphonium
     Own choice of one movement of a sonata
                                                                                   13 & Under
     or concerto at a senior level.
     Time limit of 10 minutes.




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TUBA                                                  W150   ($19) Flute – Grade 6
W131 ($20) Tuba – Open                                       List B. Time limit of 7 minutes.
     Own choice of one movement of a sonata           W151   ($17) Flute – Grade 4
     or concerto at a senior level.                          List A. Time limit of 7 minutes.
     Time limit of 10 minutes.                        W152   ($17) Flute – Grade 4
W132 ($19) Tuba – 18 & Under – Grade 6                       List B. Time limit of 7 minutes.
W133 ($17) Tuba – 16 & Under – Grade 4                W153   ($17) Flute – Grade 2
W134 ($17) Tuba – 15 & Under                                 List A. Time limit of 7 minutes.
W135 ($17) Tuba – 13 & Under                          W154   ($17) Flute – Grade 2
                                                             List B. Time limit of 7 minutes.
BRASS SOLO CONCERT GROUP                              W155   ($17) Flute – 14 & Under
(1) Any BRASS instrument.                                    Own choice of one piece at the Introductory
(2) Own choice of three contrasting pieces from any          level.
    current Canadian Conservatory Syllabus or         W156   ($17) Flute – 13 & Under
    piece(s) of equivalent difficulty at the level           Own choice of one piece at the Introductory
    indicated and within the time limit specified.           level.
(3) Music need NOT be memorized.                      W157   ($17) Flute – 12 & Under
W136 ($25) Brass Solo Concert Group –                        Own choice of one piece at the Introductory
                 Open                                        level.
         Time limit of 20 minutes.                    W158   ($17) Flute – 10 & Under
W137 ($25) Brass Solo Concert Group –                        Own choice of one piece at the Introductory
                 Grade 10                                    level.
         Time limit of 20 minutes.
W138 ($25) Brass Solo Concert Group –                 OBOE
                 Grade 9                              W161 ($20) Oboe- Open
         Time limit of 20 minutes.                         One movement of a sonata or concerto at a
W139 ($23) Brass Solo Concert Group –                      senior level. Time limit of 10 minutes.
                 Grade 8                              W162 ($19) Oboe – 18 & Under – Grade 6
         Time limit of 15 minutes.                    W163 ($17) Oboe – 16 & Under – Grade 4
W140 ($23) Brass Solo Concert Group –                 W164 ($17) Oboe – 15 & Under – Grade 2
                 Grade 6                              W165 ($17) Oboe – 13 & Under
         Time limit of 15 minutes.
                                                      BASSOON
                                                      W171 ($20) Bassoon – Open
WOODWINDS                                                  One movement of a sonata or concerto at a
(1) Own choice of one piece from the appropriate
                                                           senior level. Time limit of 10 minutes.
    List of any Canadian Conservatory Syllabus OR
                                                      W172 ($19) Bassoon – 18 & Under – Grade 6
    piece of equivalent difficulty.
                                                      W173 ($17) Bassoon – 16 & Under – Grade 4
                                                      W174 ($17) Bassoon – 15 & Under
FLUTE
                                                      W175 ($17) Bassoon – 13 & Under
W141 ($20) Flute – Open
      One or two movements of a concerto or
                                                      CLARINET
      sonata at an advanced level.
                                                      W181 ($20) Clarinet – Open
      Time limit of 15 minutes.
                                                            One movement of a sonata or concerto at a
W142 ($20) Flute – ARCT
                                                            senior level. Time limit of 10 minutes.
      List C. Time limit of 15 minutes.
                                                      W182 ($19) Clarinet – 18 & Under – Grade 6
W143 ($20) Flute – Grade 10
                                                      W183 ($17) Clarinet – 16 & Under – Grade 4
      List A. Time limit of 15 minutes.
                                                      W184 ($17) Clarinet – 15 & Under
W144 ($20) Flute – Grade 10
                                                      W185 ($17) Clarinet – 13 & Under
      List B. Time limit of 15 minutes.
W145 ($20) Flute – Grade 9
                                                      BASS CLARINET
      List A. Time limit of 12 minutes.
                                                      W191 ($20) Bass Clarinet – Open
W146 ($20) Flute – Grade 9
                                                            One movement of a sonata or concerto at a
      List B. Time limit of 12 minutes.
                                                            senior level. Time limit of 10 minutes.
W147 ($20) Flute – Grade 8
                                                      W192 ($19) Bass Clarinet
      List A. Time limit of 10 minutes.
                                                                     18 & Under – Grade 6
W148 ($20) Flute – Grade 8
                                                      W193 ($17) Bass Clarinet
      List B. Time limit of 10 minutes.
                                                                     16 & Under – Grade 4
W149 ($19) Flute – Grade 6
                                                      W194 ($17) Bass Clarinet – 15 & Under
      List A. Time limit of 7 minutes.
                                                      W195 ($17) Bass Clarinet – 13 & Under
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ALTO SAXOPHONE                                         W224 ($17)      Percussion – 15 & Under
W201 ($20) Alto Saxophone – Open                       W225 ($17)      Percussion – 13 & Under
      One movement of a sonata or concerto at a
      senior level. Time limit of 10 minutes.          STUDY CLASSES
W202 ($19) Alto Saxophone                              (1) Own choice of stated number of studies
               18 & Under – Grade 6                        appropriate to Grade being studied, as listed in a
W203 ($17) Alto Saxophone                                  Canadian Conservatory Syllabus: Royal
               16 & Under – Grade 4                        Conservatory or Conservatory Canada.
W204 ($17) Alto Saxophone – 15 & Under
W205 ($17) Alto Saxophone – 13 & Under                 BRASS STUDIES
                                                       W251 ($20) Brass Studies – Open/Grade 10
TENOR SAXOPHONE                                             Two contrasting studies.
W211 ($20) Tenor Saxophone – Open                           Time limit of 10 minutes.
     One movement of a sonata or concerto at a         W252 ($19) Brass Studies – Grade 8
     senior level. Time limit of 10 minutes.                Two contrasting studies.
W212 ($19) Tenor Saxophone                                  Time limit of 10 minutes.
              18 & Under – Grade 6                     W253 ($17) Brass Studies – Grade 6
W213 ($17) Tenor Saxophone                                  Two contrasting studies.
              16 & Under – Grade 4                          Time limit of 8 minutes.
W214 ($17) Tenor Saxophone – 15 & Under                W254 ($17) Brass Studies – Grade 4
W215 ($17) Tenor Saxophone – 13 & Under                     Two or three contrasting studies.
                                                            Time limit of 6 minutes.
WOODWINDS SOLO CONCERT GROUP
(1) Any WOODWIND instrument.                           FLUTE STUDIES
(2) Own choice of three contrasting pieces from any    W261 ($20) Flute Studies – Open/Grade 10
    Canadian Conservatory Syllabus or piece(s) of            Two contrasting studies.
    equivalent difficulty at the level indicated and         Time limit of 10 minutes.
    within the time limit specified.                   W262 ($19) Flute Studies – Grade 8
(3) Music need NOT be memorized.                             Two contrasting studies.
W216 ($25) Woodwinds Solo Concert                            Time limit of 10 minutes.
                 Group – Open                          W263 ($17) Flute Studies – Grade 6
        Time limit of 20 minutes.                            Two contrasting studies.
W217 ($25) Woodwinds Solo Concert                            Time limit of 8 minutes.
                 Group – Grade 10                      W264 ($17) Flute Studies – Grade 4
        Time limit of 20 minutes.                            Two or three contrasting studies.
W218 ($25) Woodwinds Solo Concert                            Time limit of 6 minutes.
                 Group – Grade 9                       W265 ($17) Flute Studies – Grade 2
        Time limit of 20 minutes.                            Two or three contrasting studies.
W219 ($23) Woodwinds Solo Concert                            Time limit of 6 minutes.
                 Group – Grade 8
        Time limit of 15 minutes.                      WOODWIND STUDIES
W220 ($23) Woodwinds Solo Concert                      W271 ($20) Woodwind Studies – Open/
                 Group – Grade 6                                    Grade 10
        Time Limit of 15 minutes.                           Two contrasting studies.
                                                            Time limit of 10 minutes.
PERCUSSION                                             W272 ($19) Woodwind Studies – Grade 8
(1) Performers may use music.                               Two contrasting studies.
(2) Refer to RULES 17, 18, 19, and 20.                      Time limit of 10 minutes.
(3) Time limits of 10 minutes for 16                   W273 ($17) Woodwind Studies – Grade 6
    years & Under; 15 minutes for 17 years & older,         Two contrasting studies.
    including set-up.                                       Time limit of 8 minutes.
(4) Own choice of two contrasting pieces.              W274 ($17) Woodwind Studies – Grade 4
(5) Each player must perform at least one piece on          Two or three contrasting studies.
    a pitched percussion instrument.                        Time limit of 6 minutes.
W221 ($20) Percussion – Open – Grade 8                 W275 ($17) Woodwind Studies – Grade 2
W222 ($19) Percussion – 18 & Under –                        Two or three contrasting studies.
                 Grade 6                                    Time limit of 6 minutes.
W223 ($17) Percussion – 16 & Under –
                 Grade 4

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PERCUSSION STUDIES                                            W283     ($17) Percussion Studies – Grade 6
W281 ($20) Percussion Studies – Open/                                  Two contrasting studies.
             Grade 10                                                  Time limit of 8 minutes.
     Two contrasting studies.                                 W284     ($17) Percussion Studies – Grade 4
     Time limit of 10 minutes.                                         Two or three contrasting studies.
W282 ($19) Percussion Studies – Grade 8                                Time limit of 6 minutes.
     Two contrasting studies.
     Time limit of 10 minutes.


            Solo Brass, Woodwinds & Percussion – Non-Competitive
(1) Performers will receive an adjudication and be eligible for scholarship consideration and Provincial Finalist
    designation, but will NOT receive marks, placement, or ribbons.
(2) Classes may be divided or combined to facilitate adjudication.

INTERMEDIATE WINDS – N/C                                      DUETS
(1) Any combination of brass and/or woodwind                  W321 ($21)       Open
    instruments.                                              W322 ($21)       18 & Under
(2) Performers will select repertoire at an                   W323 ($19)       15 & Under
    intermediate level of difficulty – one or two             W324 ($19)       13 & Under
    pieces.
(3) Time limit of 7 minutes.                                  SOLO WINDS WITH PRE-RECORDED
                                                              ACCOMPANIMENT – N/C
SOLO                                                          (1) Any solo wind players wishing to use pre-
W301 ($20)      Open                                              recorded accompaniment.
W302 ($20)      18 & Under                                    (2) The Festival assumes no responsibility for
W303 ($19)      15 & Under                                        technical assistance or difficulties.
                                                              (3) Performers may perform one or two pieces
DUETS                                                             within the specified time limit.
W306 ($21)      Open                                          (4) Time limit of 9 minutes for 16 years & Under, 13
W307 ($21)      18 & Under                                        minutes for 17 years & older. Time limits include
W308 ($19)      15 & Under                                        set-up, performance, and strike time.
                                                              (5) Refer to RULES 17, 18, 19, & 20.
ELEMENTARY WINDS – N/C                                        (6) Classes may be divided or combined to facilitate
(1) Any combination of brass and/or woodwind                      adjudication.
    instruments.                                              W331 ($20) Open
(2) Performers will select repertoire at an                           Own choice of one movement of a sonata
    elementary level of difficulty – one or two pieces.               or concerto at a senior level.
(3) Time limit of 5 minutes.                                  W332 ($19) 18 & Under
(4) Accompaniment is optional, but must be live.              W333 ($17) 16 & Under
                                                              W334 ($17) 14 & Under
SOLO                                                          W335 ($17) 13 & Under
W311    ($20)   Open
W312    ($20)   18 & Under
W313    ($17)   15 & Under
W314    ($17)   13 & Under




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                                                       STRINGS
(i)    All participants are subject to the GENERAL RULES AND REGULATIONS of the Festival. Please read them all and
       take special note of 2, 3, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 29, 40, 41, and 42.
(ii)   In NON-COMPETITIVE classes, each performer will receive an adjudication and be eligible for scholarship
       consideration and Provincial Finalist designation, but will NOT receive marks, placement, or ribbons.
(iii) In COMPETITIVE classes, each performer will receive an adjudication, marks, placement, and appropriate ribbons and
       will be eligible for scholarship consideration and Provincial Finalist designation.
(iv) When Grade levels are specified, please refer to the current Royal Conservatory of Music or Conservatory Canada Syllabus.
(v)    Solo performances must be memorized unless otherwise stated. See RULE 16.
(vi) Repeats may be observed.
(vii) Performers must provide the adjudicator with a LEGAL COPY of the music to be performed (no photocopies). See
       RULES 17 & 18. PLEASE OBSERVE COPYRIGHT LAWS.
(viii) No music stands will be provided.
(ix) The adjudicator may select one performer to receive an ALICE SLOAN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP. See RULE 48.
(x)    The adjudicator may choose solo string performers and ensembles of 3 – 6 performers of orchestral instruments to
       proceed to the Provincial Finals at the Open and Graded levels. All selected performers must refer to and be governed by
       the rules and regulations of the current Syllabus of the Ontario Music Festivals Association and the Federation of
       Canadian Music Festivals. See RULES 49, 50 and 51.

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                                 String Classes – Non-Competitive
SOLO STRINGS                                                        S114     ($19) Viola – 12 & Under
(1) Own choice of one piece with accompaniment                               Time limit of 10 minutes.
    and within the prescribed time limit.                           S115     ($19) Viola – 9 & Under
(2) Movements from Sonatas or Concertos are not                              Time limit of 10 minutes.
    permitted.                                                      S116     ($17) Viola – 7 & Under
                                                                             Time limit of 5 minutes.
VIOLIN                                                              S117     ($17) Viola – 5 & Under
S101 ($20) Violin – Open                                                     Time limit of 5 minutes.
       Time limit of 16 minutes.
S102 ($20) Violin – 19 & Under                                      CELLO/DOUBLEBASS
       Time limit of 12 minutes.                                    S121 ($20) Cello/Doublebass – Open
S103 ($20) Violin – 17 & Under                                            Time limit of 16 minutes.
       Time limit of 12 minutes.                                    S122 ($20) Cello/Doublebass – 19 & Under
S104 ($20) Violin – 15 & Under                                            Time limit of 12 minutes.
       Time limit of 10 minutes.                                    S123 ($20) Cello/Doublebass – 15 & Under
S105 ($19) Violin – 13 & Under                                            Time limit of 10 minutes.
       Time limit of 10 minutes.                                    S124 ($19) Cello/Doublebass – 11 & Under
S106 ($19) Violin – 11 & Under                                            Time limit of 10 minutes.
       Time limit of 10 minutes.                                    S125 ($17) Cello/Doublebass – 9 & Under
S107 ($19) Violin – 9 & Under                                             Time limit of 10 minutes.
       Time limit of 10 minutes.                                    S126 ($17) Cello/Doublebass – 7 & Under
S108 ($17) Violin – 7 & Under                                             Time limit of 5 minutes.
       Time limit of 5 minutes.
S109 ($17) Violin – 5 & Under                                       CONCERT GROUP
       Time limit of 5 minutes.                                     (1) Any string instrument – violin, viola, cello, or
                                                                        doublebass.
VIOLA                                                               (2) Own choice of two or three contrasting pieces
S111 ($20) Viola – Open                                                 with accompaniment and within the prescribed
      Time limit of 16 minutes.                                         time limit.
S112 ($20) Viola – 19 & Under                                       (3) Movements from Sonatas or Concertos are not
      Time limit of 12 minutes.                                         permitted.
S113 ($20) Viola – 15 & Under                                       S131 ($25) Open
      Time limit of 10 minutes.                                             Time limit of 20 minutes.

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S132   ($23) 16 & Under                            STUDENT CONCERTOS
       Time limit of 16 minutes.                   (1) Own choice of one or two movements with
S133   ($21) 12 & Under                                accompaniment.
       Time limit of 10 minutes.                   (2) Cadenzas are optional.
S134   ($21)   9 & Under                           (3) Time limit of 12 minutes.
       Time limit of 10 minutes.                   (4) Pianist will NOT be adjudicated.
                                                   S156 ($20) Violin – Open
BAROQUE SONATAS                                            Such as Seitz, Vivaldi a- or g-.
(1) Own choice of one or two movements with        S157 ($20) Viola – Open
    accompaniment.                                         Such as Telemann.
(2) Time limit of 12 minutes.                      S158 ($20) Cello/Doublebass – Open
(3) Music need NOT be memorized.                           Such as Goltermann, Breval.
(4) Pianist will NOT be adjudicated.
S136 ($18) Violin – Open                           CONCERTOS
S137 ($20) Viola – Open                            (1) Any string instrument – violin, viola, cello, or
S138 ($20) Cello/Doublebass – Open                     doublebass
                                                   (2) Own choice of one or two movements with
CLASSICAL SONATAS/SONATINAS                            accompaniment.
(1) Own choice of one or two movements of a        (3) Cadenzas are optional.
    Sonata or Sonatina from the Classical period   (4) Pianist will NOT be adjudicated.
    with accompaniment.                            S161 ($25) Baroque or Classical
(2) Time limit of 12 minutes                                         Open
(3) Music need NOT be memorized.                           Time limit of 20 minutes.
(4) Pianist will NOT be adjudicated.               S162 ($23) Baroque or Classical
S141 ($20) Violin – Open                                             Grades 7 – 8
S142 ($20) Viola – Open                                    Time limit of 15 minutes.
                                                                                     th     st
S143 ($20) Cello/Doublebass – Open                 S163 ($25) Romantic or 20 – 21 Century
                                                                     Open
ROMANTIC SONATAS/SONATINAS                                 Time limit of 20 minutes.
                                                                                     th     st
(1) Own choice of one or two movements of a        S164 ($23) Romantic or 20 – 21 Century
    Sonata or Sonatina from the Romantic period                      Grades 7 – 8
    with accompaniment.                                    Time limit of 15 minutes.
(2) Time limit of 16 minutes.
(3) Music need NOT be memorized.                   SONATAS/PARTITAS/SUITES
(4) Pianist will NOT be adjudicated.               UNACCOMPANIED
S146 ($20) Violin – Open                           (1) Any string instrument – violin, viola, cello, or
S147 ($20) Viola – Open                                doublebass.
S148 ($20) Cello/Doublebass – Open                 (2) Own choice of one or two contrasting
                                                       movements.
LATE CONTEMPORARY                                  (3) Time limit of 12 minutes.
SONATAS/SONATINAS                                  S166 ($20) Senior – Grade 9 & Above
(1) Own choice of one or two movements of a               Time limit of 12 minutes.
                                   th   st         S167 ($19) Intermediate
    Sonata or Sonatina from the 20 or 21 Century
    with accompaniment.                                   Such as Grade 8 solo Bach, and including
(2) Time limit of 16 minutes.                             the remaining G+ Suite movements for cello
(3) Music need NOT be memorized.                          and viola. Time limit of 12 minutes.
(4) Pianist will NOT be adjudicated.               S168 ($17) Junior – Grades 1 – 4
S151 ($20) Violin – Open                                  Such as Bach Minuets for Cello (Suzuki Bk
S152 ($20) Viola – Open                                   4), Bach Gavottes for Violin (Suzuki Bk 5).
S153 ($20) Cello/Doublebass – Open                        Time limit of 12 minutes.




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CANADIAN COMPOSERS                                           LATER BEGINNERS
(1) Own choice of one or two movements from a                (1) Any string instrument – violin, viola, cello, or
    Suite OR an individual piece with                            doublebass.
    accompaniment written by a Canadian                      (2) Own choice of one piece at specified Grade
    composer.                                                    level with accompaniment.
(2) Sonatas and Concertos are NOT permitted.                 (3) Movements of Sonatas or Concertos are NOT
(3) Time limit of 12 minutes.                                    permitted.
(4) Music need NOT be memorized.                             (4) Time limit of 10 minutes.
S171 ($20) Senior – Grade 8 & Above                          (5) Memory optional.
S172 ($19) Intermediate – Grades 5 – 7                       S181 ($19) 12 & Above – Grades 4 – 5
S173 ($17) Junior – Grades 1 – 4                             S182 ($17) 11 & Above – Grades 1 – 3
                                                             S183 ($17) 10 & Above – Introductory
LATE CONTEMPORARY
(1) Own choice of one or two movements from a                ADULT – 25 YEARS & OVER
    Suite OR an individual piece with                        (1) Any string instrument – violin, viola, cello, or
                                th    st
    accompaniment from the 2O or 21 Century.                     doublebass.
(2) Sonatas and Concertos are NOT permitted.                 (2) Player must be amateur only.
(3) Time limit of 12 minutes.                                (3) Own choice of one piece at specified Grade
(4) Music need NOT be memorized.                                 level.
S176 ($20) Senior – Grade 8 & Above                          (4) Time limit of 10 minutes.
S177 ($19) Intermediate – Grades 5 – 7                       (5) Memory optional.
S178 ($17) Junior – Grades 1 – 4                             S186 ($23) Grade 8 & Above
                                                             S187 ($20) Grades 5 – 7
                                                             S188 ($18) Grades 1 – 4



                                  Ensembles – Non-Competitive
(i)     Strings, piano, and other instruments as specified – one person per part.
(ii)    All members of ensemble, including pianist (when adjudicated), MUST list instrument on Entry Form and
        MUST be within stated age limit. Refer to RULE 8 in General Rules & Regulations for eligibility.
(iii)   Pianist WILL be adjudicated where specified, but WILL NOT be adjudicated where optional or as an
        accompanist.
(iv)    Own choice of one or two pieces within the prescribed time limit.
(v)     Music need NOT be memorized.

ENSEMBLES WITH PIANO                                         STRING/PIANO TRIO
(1) All of the following classes include piano as an         (1) Any combination of two string instruments and
    ensemble instrument.                                         piano.
(2) The pianist must be within the specified age             S207 ($28) Open
    limits and WILL BE adjudicated.                                  Time limit of 12 minutes.
                                                             S208 ($25) 15 & Under
STRING/PIANO DUO                                                     Time limit of 10 minutes.
(1) Any string instrument and piano.                         S209 ($22) 12 & Under
S201 ($25) Sonata/Sonatina                                           Time limit of 8 minutes.
       Senior – Grade 9 & Above                              S210 ($22) 9 & Under
       Time limit of 12 minutes.                                     Time limit of 8 minutes.
S202 ($23) Sonata/Sonatina
       Junior – Grade 8 & Below                              STRING/PIANO QUARTET/QUINTET
       Time limit of 12 minutes.                             (1) Any combination of three or four string
S203 ($23) Open                                                  instruments and piano.
       Time limit of 12 minutes.                             S211 ($29) Open
S204 ($21) 15 & Under                                                 Time limit of 16 minutes.
       Time limit of 10 minutes.                             S212 ($25) 15 & Under
S205 ($19) 12 & Under                                                 Time limit of 12 minutes.
       Time limit of 8 minutes.                              S213 ($25) 12 & Under
S206 ($19) 9 & Under                                                  Time limit of 10 minutes.
       Time limit of 8 minutes.                              S214 ($25) 9 & Under
                                                                      Time limit of 8 minutes.

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STRING/PIANO ENSEMBLE                                 STRING QUARTET/QUINTET
(1) Any combination of string instruments and         (1) Any combination of four or five string
    piano. Up to 8 players.                               instruments.
S216 ($33) Open                                       S241 ($29) Open
        Time limit of 12 minutes.                              Time limit of 16 minutes.
S217 ($31) 15 & Under                                 S242 ($25) 15 & Under
        Time limit of 10 minutes.                              Time limit of 12 minutes.
S218 ($29) 12 & Under                                 S243 ($25) 12 & Under
        Time limit of 8 minutes.                               Time limit of 10 minutes.

CHAMBER ENSEMBLE                                      STRING ENSEMBLE
(1) Any combination of string and wind instruments    (1) Any combination of string instruments – Up to 8
    with piano. Up to 8 players.                          players.
S221 ($33) Open                                       S246 ($33) Open
        Time limit of 12 minutes.                             Time limit of 12 minutes.
S222 ($31) 15 & Under                                 S247 ($31) 15 & Under
        Time limit of 10 minutes.                             Time limit of 10 minutes.
S223 ($29) 12 & Under                                 S248 ($29) 12 & Under
        Time limit of 8 minutes.                              Time limit of 8 minutes.
                                                      S249 ($29) Family Combination
ENSEMBLES WITH OPTIONAL PIANO                                 Any combination of family members.
(1) In the following classes the use of piano is              Time limit of 10 minutes.
    optional.                                         S250 ($33) Large Ensemble – Senior
(2) When piano is used the pianist will not be                Minimum of 6 like string instruments.
    adjudicated, is not considered numerically a              Time limit of 12 minutes.
    member of the specified ensemble, and need        S251 ($31) Large Ensemble – Junior
    not be within the specified age limit. In these           Minimum of 6 like string instruments.
    classes the piano is considered an                        Time limit of 10 minutes.
    accompanying instrument.                          S252 ($33) Adult Ensemble – 25 & Over
                                                              Time limit of 12 minutes.
STRING DUO
(1) Any two string instruments.                       CONCERTO ENSEMBLE
S231 ($23) Open                                       (1) One or two orchestral instrument(s), including
       Time limit of 12 minutes.                          piano, accompanied by any combination of
S232 ($21) 15 & Under                                     strings and optional piano, wind, and/or
       Time limit of 10 minutes.                          percussion instruments.
S233 ($19) 12 & Under                                 S256 ($33) Open
       Time limit of 8 minutes.                                Time limit of 15 minutes.
S234 ($19) 9 & Under                                  S257 ($31) 15 & Under
       Time limit of 8 minutes.                                Time limit of 15 minutes.
S235 ($21) Student & Teacher
       Time limit of 8 minutes.                       CHAMBER ENSEMBLE
                                                      (1) Any combination of string and wind instruments,
STRING TRIO                                               up to 8 players.
(1) Any three string instruments.                     S261 ($33) Open
S236 ($28) Open                                               Time limit of 12 minutes.
       Time limit of 12 minutes.                      S262 ($31) 15 & Under
S237 ($25) 15 & Under                                         Time limit of 10 minutes.
       Time limit of 10 minutes.                      S263 ($29) 12 & Under
S238 ($22) 12 & Under                                         Time limit of 8 minutes.
       Time limit of 8 minutes.
S239 ($22) 9 & Under                                  STRING ORCHESTRA
       Time limit of 8 minutes.                       (1) Any combination of string instruments; 9 or more
                                                          players, one or more players per part.
                                                      (2) Conductor optional.
                                                      (3) Time limit of 20 minutes.
                                                      S267 ($39) Senior
                                                      S268 ($37) Intermediate
                                                      S269 ($35) Junior

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FULL ORCHESTRA                                           (3) Each Masterclass performer session will last up
(1) Any combination of string, wind, and/or                  to 15 minutes. Performers are expected to stay
    percussion instruments; 9 or more players, one           for the entire Masterclass.
    or more players per part.                            (4) Performers will be selected at the sole discretion
(2) Conductor optional.                                      of the adjudicator for pedagogical reasons and
(3) Time limit of 20 minutes.                                need not be prize winners. Participation is NOT
S271 ($39) Senior                                            a factor in scholarship consideration.
S272 ($37) Junior                                        (5) An additional fee of $22 for each selected
                                                             performer is due prior to the class, payable to
MASTERCLASS                                                  the Kiwanis Music Festival of Guelph.
(1) During the Festival the adjudicator will select up   S281 ($22) Masterclass
    to 8 performers who will be invited to participate
    in a Masterclass.
(2) Each Masterclass performer will play one piece
    previously performed at the Festival as selected
    by the adjudicator.



                                    String Classes – Competitive
SOLO STRINGS                                             S315    ($19) Grade 7
(1) Any string instrument – violin, viola, cello, or             Time limit of 12 minutes.
    doublebass.                                          S316    ($19) Grade 6
                                                                 Time limit of 12 minutes.
CONCERTO                                                 S317    ($19) Grade 5
(1) Own choice of one or two movements with                      Time limit of 12 minutes.
    accompaniment. Cadenzas must be included.
(2) Pianist will NOT be adjudicated.                     CONCERT PIECE
S301 ($25) ARCT                                          (1) Own choice of one piece with or without
        Time limit of 20 minutes.                            accompaniment.
S302 ($25) Grade 10                                      (2) List C of the Royal Conservatory of Music or
        Time limit of 20 minutes.                            Conservatory Canada.
S303 ($25) Grade 9                                       S321 ($20) ARCT
        Time limit of 20 minutes.                        S322 ($20) Grade 10
S304 ($23) Grade 8                                       S323 ($20) Grade 9
        Time limit of 12 minutes.                        S324 ($20) Grade 8
S305 ($23) Grade 7                                       S325 ($19) Grade 7
        Time limit of 12 minutes.                        S326 ($19) Grade 6
S306 ($21) Grade 6                                       S327 ($19) Grade 5
        Time limit of 12 minutes.                        S328 ($17) Grade 4
S307 ($21) Grade 5                                       S329 ($17) Grade 3
        Time limit of 12 minutes.                        S330 ($17) Grade 2
S308 ($19) Grade 4                                       S331 ($17) Grade 1
        Time limit of 12 minutes.                        S332 ($17) Introductory

SONATA                                                   LATE CONTEMPORARY
(1) Own choice of one or two contrasting                 (1) Own choice of one piece with accompaniment
                                                                         th     st
    movements with accompaniment.                            from the 20 or 21 Century.
(2) Music need NOT be memorized.                         (2) Movements from Sonatas or Concertos are NOT
(3) Pianist will NOT be adjudicated.                         permitted.
S311 ($20) ARCT                                          (3) Time limit of 12 minutes.
        Time limit of 16 minutes.                        S336 ($20) ARCT
S312 ($20) Grade 10                                      S337 ($20) Grade 10
        Time limit of 16 minutes.                        S338 ($20) Grade 9
S313 ($20) Grade 9                                       S339 ($20) Grade 8
        Time limit of 16 minutes.                        S340 ($19) Grade 7
S314 ($20) Grade 8                                       S341 ($19) Grade 6
        Time limit of 12 minutes.                        S342 ($19) Grade 5

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S343    ($17)   Grade 4                                 SMALL ENSEMBLES
S344    ($17)   Grade 3                                 (1) Any combination of string instruments; 6 to 8
S345    ($17)   Grade 2                                     players.
S346    ($17)   Grade 1                                 (2) No conductor.
S347    ($17)   Introductory                            S386 ($33) Open – Grade 9 & Above
                                                        S387 ($29) Intermediate – Grades 5 – 7
BACH – UNACCOMPANIED
(1) Own choice of one or two contrasting                LARGE ENSEMBLES
    movements of any solo Suite, Sonata, or Partita.    (1) Any combination of string instruments; 9 or more
(2) Time limit of 12 minutes.                               players, one or more players per part.
S351 ($20) ARCT                                         (2) No conductor.
S352 ($20) Grade 10                                     (3) Time limit of 20 minutes.
S353 ($20) Grade 9                                      S391 ($39) Open – Grade 9 & Above
S354 ($20) Grade 8                                      S392 ($36) Intermediate – Grades 5 – 7

ORCHESTRAL EXCERPTS                                     FULL ORCHESTRA
(1) Own choice of two orchestral excerpts.              (1) Any combination of string, wind, and/or
S361 ($20) ARCT                                             percussion instruments; 9 or more players, one
S362 ($20) Grade 10                                         or more players per part.
S363 ($20) Grade 9                                      (2) Conductor optional.
S364 ($20) Grade 8                                      (3) Time limit of 20 minutes.
S365 ($19) Grade 7                                      S395 ($39) Senior – Grade 8 & Above
                                                        S396 ($36) Junior – Grade 7 & Below
ENSEMBLES WITH OPTIONAL PIANO
(1) String, optional piano, and other instruments as    FIDDLING
    specified; one player per part.
(2) In the following classes the use of piano is        FIDDLING SOLOS
    optional. When piano is used the pianist will not   (1) Own choice of one piece or medley within
    be adjudicated, is not considered numerically a         specified time limit.
    member of the specified ensemble, and need          S401 ($20) Open
    not be within the specified age limit. In these            Time limit of 12 minutes.
    classes the piano is considered an                  S402 ($19) 16 & Under
    accompanying instrument.                                   Time limit of 12 minutes.
(3) All members of the ensemble, including pianist      S403 ($17) 12 & Under
    (if present) MUST list instrument on Entry Form.           Time limit of 10 minutes.
(4) Own choice of one or two pieces within the          S404 ($17) 9 & Under
    prescribed time limit.                                     Time limit of 8 minutes.
(5) Music need NOT be memorized.
(6) Refer to RULE 8 in General Rules & Regulations      FIDDLE ENSEMBLES
    for eligibility.                                    (1) Two or more fiddles.
                                                        (2) Own choice of one piece or medley within
DUOS                                                        specified time limit.
(1) Any two string instruments.                         S406 ($23) Ensemble – Senior
S371 ($23) Open – Grade 9 & Above                              Time Limit of 12 minutes.
S372 ($21) Intermediate – Grades 5 – 8                  S407 ($21) Ensemble – Intermediate
S373 ($19) Junior – Grades 1 – 4                               Time Limit of 10 minutes.
                                                        S408 ($19) Ensemble – Junior
TRIOS                                                          Time Limit of 8 minutes.
(1) Any combination of three string instruments.
S376 ($28) Open – Grade 9 & Above                       FIDDLE WITH DIVERSE INSTRUMENTS
S377 ($25) Intermediate – Grades 5 – 8                  (1) One or more fiddlers and one or more diverse
S378 ($22) Junior – Grades 1 – 4                            instruments, i.e. guitar, piano, flute.
                                                        (2) Own choice of one piece.
QUARTETS/QUINTETS                                       (3) Time limit of 12 minutes.
(1) Any combination of four or five string              S411 ($25) Senior
    instruments.                                        S412 ($23) Intermediate
S381 ($29) Open – Grade 9 & Above                       S413 ($21) Junior
S382 ($25) Intermediate – Grades 5 – 8
S383 ($25) Junior – Grades 1 – 4

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SIGHT READING                                                       of the background of the piece and a summary
(1) Classes will be divided by instrument. PLEASE                   of important aspects to be considered while
    INDICATE INSTRUMENT on Entry Form.                              preparing it.
(2) Grade entered must be of the same level                     (2) Performers are to study, learn, and perform the
    currently being studied and equal to the works                  music by their own initiative without assistance
    entered in the Festival.                                        from parents or teachers.
(3) Music provided by the adjudicator will be two               (3) Classes will be divided by instrument. PLEASE
    Grade levels easier than level entered.                         INDICATE INSTRUMENT on Entry Form.
S451 ($18) Grade 10 or Associate                                (4) Grade entered must be of the same level
S452 ($18) Grade 9                                                  currently being studied and equal to the works
S453 ($16) Grade 8                                                  entered in the Festival.
S454 ($16) Grade 7                                              (5) Music will be two Grade levels easier than level
S455 ($16) Grade 6                                                  entered.
S456 ($15) Grade 5                                              (6) Memorization is NOT required.
S457 ($15) Grade 4                                              S461 ($18) Grade 10 or Associate
S458 ($15) Grade 3                                              S462 ($18) Grade 9
S459 ($13) Grade 2                                              S463 ($16) Grade 8
S460 ($13) Grade 1                                              S464 ($16) Grade 7
                                                                S465 ($16) Grade 6
QUICK STUDY                                                     S466 ($15) Grade 5
(1) The adjudicator will select the solo test piece, to         S467 ($15) Grade 4
    be performed without accompaniment, which                   S468 ($15) Grade 3
    can be picked up at a specified time                        S469 ($13) Grade 2
    approximately 48 hours in advance of the class.             S470 ($13) Grade 1
    Attached to the test piece will be a short outline



                                                  Provincial Finals
     Qualifying orchestras, as selected by the Adjudicator, may proceed to the Provincial Finals in the following String
     Symphony Orchestra Trophy & Plaque Classes:

        Dofasco Trophy: school symphony orchestras, senior level
        Class 2 Plaque & Award: community symphony orchestra, senior level
        Dofasco Plaque & Award: school or community string orchestra, up to Grade 12, senior level
        Class 4 Plaque & Award: community string orchestra, senior level
        Patrick Dunne Trophy & Award: intermediate school string orchestra, Grades 8 – 10
        Sister Marie Brebeuf Trophy & Award: junior school string orchestra, up to Grade 8
     Trophy class entries will proceed by tape/CD, to be recorded during or shortly after the Festival, under
     supervision of the Festival. All selected orchestras must refer to and be governed by the current Syllabus of the
     Ontario Music Festivals Association and the Federation of Canadian Music Festivals. See RULES 49, 50 & 51;
     contact the Festival Coordinator for further details.




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                                                        RECORDER
(i)    All participants are subject to the GENERAL RULES AND REGULATIONS of the Festival. Please read them and take
       special note of 2, 3, 11, 17, 18, 19, 20, & 21.
(ii)   Most classes are COMPETITIVE. Each performer or ensemble will receive an adjudication, marks, placement, and
       appropriate ribbons and will be eligible for scholarship consideration.
(iii) In NON-COMPETITIVE (N/C) classes, each performer or ensemble will receive an adjudication and will be eligible for
       scholarship consideration, but will not receive marks, placement, or ribbons.
(iv) In AWARD TO STANDARD (A/S) classes for School Recorder Choirs, placement will be awarded according to the
       standard achieved. See RULE 43.
(v)    Age limitations apply to each member entered in solo, duet, and trio classes.
(vi) Accompaniment is optional, but acoustic is recommended.
(vii) It is the responsibility of the director/teacher/performer to provide the adjudicator with a LEGAL COPY of the music to
       be performed. PLEASE OBSERVE COPYRIGHT LAWS.
(viii) Repeats are to be observed in recorder music to allow for ornamentation.
(ix) Time limits include set-up and optional warm-up.
(x)    Music need NOT be memorized.
(xi) In School classes, the participants are restricted to students taught by the school music teacher. In case of a split class, the
       majority should determine which Grade to enter.

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                                                    School Classes
SCHOOL RECORDER ENSEMBLES –                                            R116      ($27)    Second Year of Instruction
4 – 6 PERFORMERS                                                                          Any Grade
(1) Own choice of two contrasting pieces.                              R117      ($27)    First Year of Instruction
(2) Time limit of 7 minutes.                                                              Any Grade
R101 ($25) Intermediate Division
                 Grades 6 – 8                                          SCHOOL RECORDER CHOIRS –
R102 ($21) Junior Division                                             MAXIMUM OF 25 PERFORMERS
                 Grades 4 – 6                                          (1) Own choice of two contrasting pieces. May
R103 ($21) Grade 6                                                         include acoustic percussion accompaniment,
R104 ($21) Grade 5                                                         piano accompaniment, and/or singing.
R105 ($21) Grade 4                                                     (2) Time limit of 8 minutes includes set-up.
R106 ($21) Second Year of Instruction                                  (3) AWARD TO STANDARD – In these classes no
                 Any Grade                                                 marks will be given, but the choirs will be
R107 ($21) First Year of Instruction                                       awarded a Gold, Silver, Bronze, or Merit
                 Any Grade                                                 designation based on the standard achieved.
                                                                       R119 ($27) Intermediate Division
SCHOOL RECORDER CHOIRS –                                                                Grades 6 – 8
7 OR MORE PERFORMERS (UP TO 45)                                        R120 ($27) Junior Division
(1) Own choice of two contrasting pieces.                                               Grades 4 – 6
(2) Time limit of 8 minutes.
(3) AWARD TO STANDARD – In these classes no                            SCHOOL RECORDER TRIOS –
    marks will be given, but the choirs will be                        DIFFERENT VOICES
    awarded a Gold, Silver, Bronze, or Merit                           (1) Any combination of differently voiced recorders.
    designation based on the standard achieved.                        (2) Own choice of two contrasting trio pieces.
R111 ($27) Intermediate Division                                       R121 ($19) SA(T)(B) – 14 & Under
                 Grades 6 – 8                                                 Time limit of 8 minutes.
R112 ($27) Junior Division                                             R122 ($19) SA(T)(B) – 12 & Under
                 Grades 4 – 6                                                 Time limit of 7 minutes.
R113 ($27) Grade 6                                                     R123 ($19) SA(T)(B) – 10 & Under
R114 ($27) Grade 5                                                            Time limit of 5 minutes.
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SCHOOL RECORDER TRIOS –                                  SCHOOL RECORDER DUETS –
ANY VOICE                                                SAME VOICE
(1) Any combination of recorders.                        (1) Any combination of similarly voiced recorders.
(2) Own choice of two contrasting trio pieces.           (2) Own choice of two contrasting duet pieces.
R131 ($19) 14 & Under                                    R161 ($17) 14 & Under
       Time limit of 8 minutes.                                 Time limit of 8 minutes.
R132 ($19) 12 & Under                                    R162 ($17) 12 & Under
       Time limit of 7 minutes.                                 Time limit of 7 minutes.
R133 ($19) 10 & Under                                    R163 ($17) 10 & Under
       Time limit of 5 minutes.                                 Time limit of 5 minutes.

SCHOOL RECORDER TRIOS –                                  SCHOOL RECORDER(S) & OTHER
SAME VOICE                                               INSTRUMENT(S) GROUPS
(1) Any combination of similarly voiced recorders.       2 – 6 PERFORMERS
(2) Own choice of two contrasting trio pieces.           (1) Any combination of recorder(s) and any other
R141 ($19) 14 & Under                                        acoustic instrument(s).
       Time limit of 8 minutes.                          (2) Own choice of two contrasting pieces.
R142 ($19) 12 & Under                                    (3) Time limit of 7 minutes.
       Time limit of 7 minutes.                          R171 ($25) Intermediate Division
R143 ($19) 10 & Under                                                     Grades 6 – 8
       Time limit of 5 minutes.                          R172 ($21) Junior Division
                                                                          Grades 4 – 6
SCHOOL RECORDER DUETS –                                  R173 ($21) Grade 6
DIFFERENT VOICES                                         R174 ($21) Grade 5
(1) Any combination of differently voiced recorders.     R175 ($21) Grade 4
(2) Own choice of two contrasting duet pieces.           R176 ($21) Second Year of Instruction
R151 ($17) 14 & Under                                                     Any Grade
       Time limit of 8 minutes.                          R177 ($21) First Year of Instruction
R152 ($17) 12 & Under                                                     Any Grade
       Time limit of 7 minutes.
R153 ($17) 10 & Under
       Time limit of 5 minutes.
                                                 Open Classes
RECORDER ENSEMBLES –                                     RECORDER CHOIRS –
4 – 6 PERFORMERS                                         7 OR MORE PERFORMERS (UP TO 35)
(1) Own choice of two contrasting pieces.                (1) Own choice of two contrasting pieces.
R200 ($25) Open                                          R210 ($27) Open
       Time limit of 15 minutes.                                Time limit of 15 minutes.
R201 ($25) 18 & Under                                    R211 ($27) 18 & Under
       Time limit of 15 minutes.                                Time limit of 15 minutes.
R202 ($25) 16 & Under                                    R212 ($27) 16 & Under
       Time limit of 10 minutes.                                Time limit of 10 minutes.
R203 ($25) 14 & Under                                    R213 ($27) 14 & Under
       Time limit of 8 minutes.                                 Time limit of 8 minutes.
R204 ($25) 12 & Under                                    R214 ($27) 12 & Under
       Time limit of 7 minutes.                                 Time limit of 7 minutes.
R205 ($21) 10 & Under                                    R215 ($27) 10 & Under
       Time limit of 6 minutes.                                 Time limit of 6 minutes.
R206 ($21) 8 & Under                                     R216 ($27) 8 & Under
       Time limit of 5 minutes.                                 Time limit of 5 minutes.
R207 ($21) Second Year of Instruction                    R217 ($27) Second Year of Instruction
       Time limit of 5 minutes.                                 Time limit of 5 minutes.
R208 ($21) First Year of Instruction                     R218 ($27) First Year of Instruction
       Time limit of 5 minutes.                                 Time limit of 5 minutes.
R209 ($21) Family
       Any combination of family members.
       Time limit of 10 minutes.

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RECORDER TRIOS –                                       RECORDER DUETS –
DIFFERENT VOICES                                       DIFFERENT VOICES
(1) Any combination of differently voiced recorders.   (1) Any combination of differently voiced recorders.
(2) Own choice of two contrasting trio pieces.         (2) Own choice of two contrasting duet pieces.
R221 ($22) SA(T)(B) – Open                             R251 ($21) Open
       Time limit of 15 minutes.                              Time limit of 15 minutes.
R222 ($22) SA(T)(B) – 18 & Under                       R252 ($21) 18 & Under
       Time limit of 15 minutes.                              Time limit of 15 minutes.
R223 ($19) SA(T)(B) – 16 & Under                       R253 ($21) 16 & Under
       Time limit of 10 minutes.                              Time limit of 10 minutes.
R224 ($19) SA(T)(B) – 14 & Under                       R254 ($19) 14 & Under
       Time limit of 8 minutes.                               Time limit of 8 minutes.
R225 ($19) SA(T)(B) – 12 & Under                       R255 ($19) 12 & Under
        Time limit of 7 minutes.                              Time limit of 7 minutes.
R226 ($19) SA(T)(B) – 10 & Under                       R256 ($19) 10 & Under
       Time limit of 5 minutes.                               Time limit of 5 minutes.
R227 ($19) SA(T)(B) – Family                           R257 ($19) Family
       Any combination of family members.                     Any combination of family members.
       Time limit of 10 minutes.                              Time limit of 10 minutes.
                                                       R258 ($19) Adult/Child
RECORDER TRIOS – ANY VOICE                                    Non-Competitive. Time limit of 5 minutes.
(1) Any combination of recorders.
(2) Own choice of two contrasting trio pieces.         RECORDER DUETS – SAME VOICE
R231 ($22) Open                                        (1) Any combination of similarly voiced recorders.
       Time limit of 15 minutes.                       (2) Own choice of two contrasting duet pieces.
R232 ($22) 18 & Under                                  R261 ($21) SS,AA – Open
       Time limit of 15 minutes.                              Time limit of 15 minutes.
R233 ($22) 16 & Under                                  R262 ($21) SS,AA – 18 & Under
       Time limit of 10 minutes                               Time limit of 15 minutes.
R234 ($19) 14 & Under                                  R263 ($21) SS,AA – 16 & Under
       Time limit of 8 minutes.                               Time limit of 10 minutes.
R235 ($19) 12 & Under                                  R264 ($19) SS,AA – 14 & Under
       Time limit of 7 minutes.                               Time limit of 8 minutes.
R236 ($19) 10 & Under                                  R265 ($19) SS,AA – 12 & Under
       Time limit of 5 minutes.                               Time limit of 7 minutes.
R237 ($19) Family                                      R266 ($19) SS,AA – 10 & Under
       Any combination of family members.                     Time limit of 5 minutes.
       Time limit of 10 minutes.                       R267 ($19) SS,AA – 8 & Under
                                                              Time limit of 5 minutes.
RECORDER TRIOS – SAME VOICE                            R268 ($19) SS,AA – Family
(1) Any combination of similarly voiced recorders.            Any combination of family members.
(2) Own choice of two contrasting trio pieces.                Time limit of 10 minutes.
R241 ($22) SSS Or AAA – Open                           R269 ($19) SS,AA – Adult/Child
       Time limit of 15 minutes.                              Non-Competitive. Time limit of 5 minutes.
R242 ($22) SSS or AAA – 18 & Under
       Time limit of 15 minutes.                       RECORDER SOLOS – ANY VOICE
R243 ($22) SSS or AAA – 16 & Under                     (1) Own choice of two contrasting pieces OR all
       Time limit of 10 minutes.                           movements of one complete work (within time
R244 ($19) SSS or AAA – 14 & Under                         limit).
       Time limit of 8 minutes.                        R271 ($20) Open
R245 ($19) SSS or AAA – 12 & Under                              Time limit of 15 minutes.
       Time limit of 7 minutes.                        R272 ($20) 18 & Under
R246 ($19) SSS or AAA – 10 & Under                              Time limit of 10 minutes.
       Time limit of 5 minutes.                        R273 ($19) 16 & Under
R247 ($19) SSS or AAA – 8 & Under                               Time limit of 10 minutes.
       Time limit of 5 minutes.                        R274 ($19) 14 & Under
R248 ($19) SSS or AAA – Family                                  Time limit of 6 minutes.
       Any combination of family members.              R275 ($17) 12 & Under
       Time limit of 10 minutes.                                Time limit of 6 minutes.
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R276    ($17) 10 & Under                               R284    ($21) 14 & Under
        Time limit of 5 minutes.                               Time limit of 6 minutes.
R277    ($17) 8 & Under                                R285    ($21) 12 & Under
        Time limit of 5 minutes.                               Time limit of 6 minutes.
                                                       R286    ($21) 10 & Under
RECORDER(S) & OTHER                                            Time limit of 5 minutes.
INSTRUMENT(S) GROUPS                                   R287    ($21) 8 & Under
                                                               Time limit of 5 minutes.
2 – 6 PERFORMERS
(1) Any combination of recorder(s) and any other
    acoustic instrument(s).                            ADULT RECORDER – 25 YEARS & OVER
(2) Own choice of two contrasting pieces within time   NON-COMPETITIVE
    limit specified.                                   (1) These classes are for adults only – 25 years &
R281 ($25) Open                                            over.
         Time limit of 15 minutes.                     (2) Own choice of two contrasting pieces.
R282 ($21) 18 & Under                                  (3) Time limit of 10 minutes.
         Time limit of 10 minutes.                     R301 ($25) Recorder Ensembles
R283 ($21) 16 & Under                                          3 – 6 performers.
         Time limit of 10 minutes.                     R302 ($27) Recorder Choirs
                                                               7 or more performers.




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                                                        GUITAR
(i)    All participants are subject to the GENERAL RULES AND REGULATIONS of the Festival. Please read them all and
       take special note of 2, 3, 16, 18, 19. 20. 40, 41, & 42.
(ii)   Most classes are COMPETITIVE. Each performer or ensemble will receive an adjudication, marks, placement, and
       appropriate ribbons and will be eligible for scholarship consideration and Provincial Finalist designation.
(iii) In NON-COMPETITIVE (N/C) classes, each performer or ensemble will receive an adjudication and will be eligible
       for scholarship consideration and Provincial Finalist designation, but will not receive marks, placement, or ribbons.
(iv) Music may be used in Duet and Ensemble classes. Memory is required in Solo classes. See RULE 16.
(v)    It is the responsibility of the performer/ensemble to provide the adjudicator with a LEGAL COPY of the music to be
       performed. PLEASE OBSERVE COPYRIGHT LAWS.
(vi) The adjudicator may select one performer to receive an ALICE SLOAN MEMORIAL PRIZE. See Rule 48.
(vii) The adjudicator may choose performers to proceed to the PROVINCIAL FINALS at the Open and Graded levels. All
       selected performers must refer to and be governed by the rules and regulations of the current Syllabus of the Ontario
       Music Festivals Association and the Federation of Canadian Music Festivals. See RULES 49, 50 & 51.
(viii) Please see the Jazz section for jazz-related guitar classes.

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                                        Guitar Classes – Classical
(1) For all performances in the classical guitar classes, either nylon or gut strings must be used.
(2) Own choice of one piece at the Grade currently being studied from any Canadian Conservatory Syllabus or
    piece of equivalent difficulty.
(3) Classes marked N/C are Non-Competitive. See RULE (iii).

CONCERT GROUP                                                      BY GRADE
(1) Two contrasting pieces or two movements of a                   (1) Own choice at the specified Grade level.
    larger work.                                                   G121 ($20) Grade 9 or Above
G101 ($23) Open – Grade 9 & Above                                  G122 ($19) Grade 8
        Time limit of 10 minutes.                                  G123 ($19) Grade 7
G102 ($21) Grades 7 – 8                                            G124 ($19) Grade 6
        Time limit of 10 minutes.                                  G125 ($19) Grade 5
G103 ($21) Grades 5 – 6                                            G126 ($17) Grade 4
        Time limit of 10 minutes.                                  G127 ($17) Grade 3
G104 ($19) Grade 4                                                 G128 ($17) Grade 2
        Time limit of 5 minutes.                                   G129 ($17) Grade 1
G105 ($19) Grade 3                                                 G130 ($17) Introductory
        Time limit of 5 minutes.
G106 ($19) Grade 2                                                 ENSEMBLES
        Time limit of 5 minutes.                                   (1) Two or more acoustic instruments; two or more
G107 ($17) Grade1                                                      guitars or guitar and other melodic instrument(s).
        Time limit of 5 minutes.                                   G131 ($25) Senior – Grade 9 & Above
G108 ($17) Introductory                                                    Own choice of one piece.
        Time limit of 5 minutes.                                   G132 ($23) Intermediate – Grades 6 – 8
                                                                           Own choice of one piece.
CANADIAN COMPOSERS                                                 G133 ($21) Junior – Grades 1 – 5
(1) Own choice at the specified Grade level.                               Own choice of one piece.
G111 ($21) Open – Grade 9 & Above
G112 ($19) Grades 7 – 8                                            ADULT – 25 YEARS & OVER – N/C
G113 ($19) Grades 5 – 6                                            (1) Own choice of one piece at current level being
G114 ($17) Grade 4                                                     studied.
G115 ($17) Grade 3                                                 G141 ($21) Solo – 25 & Over – N/C
G116 ($17) Grade 2                                                 G142 ($23) Duet – 25 & Over – N/C
G117 ($15) Grade 1                                                 G143 ($25) Ensemble – 25 & Over – N/C
G118 ($15) Introductory                                                    Three or more performers; guitars or
                                                                           guitar and other melodic instruments.

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ADULT/STUDENT – N/C                                      G152    ($23)   Ensemble – Adult/Student
(1) Two or more acoustic instruments – two or more                       11 & Under
    guitars or guitar and other melodic instrument(s).           Own choice of one piece at current level
G151 ($23) Ensemble – Adult/Student                              being studied by younger performer.
                 12 & Over                               G153    ($23) Ensemble – Teacher/Student
        Own choice of one piece at current level                 Own choice of one piece at current level
        being studied by younger performer.                      being studied by the student.


                                 Guitar Classes – Non-Classical
FINGER STYLE – SOLO                                      SPANISH – ACOUSTIC, ELECTRIC, OR
(1) For all performances in the Finger Style classes,    BASS
    acoustic, arch top, or flat top guitars may be       (1) Performers may use any acoustic, arch top, flat
    used. Finger style only – NO flat picks.                 top, or electric instrument, but must provide own
(2) Own choice of one piece at the current level             amplification.
    being studied.                                       (2) These classes are designed primarily for
G161 ($20) Advanced                                          plectrum playing although finger picking is
G162 ($19) Intermediate                                      permitted where appropriate to the style of
G163 ($17) Junior                                            music being played.
                                                         (3) Own choice of one piece at the current
POPULAR – SOLO                                               grade/level being studied.
(1) For all performances in the Popular Solo             G181 ($20) Advanced
    classes, electric or acoustic guitars may be                 Jazz or pop idioms.
    used. Finger style or flat picks.                    G182 ($19) Intermediate
(2) Performer must provide own amplification, if                 Jazz or pop idioms.
    required.                                            G183 ($17) Junior
(3) Performer may play with or without teacher                   Jazz or pop idioms.
    accompaniment.                                       G184 ($23) Duet – Advanced
(4) Own choice of one piece at the grade/level                   Modern idioms or classical repertoire.
    currently being studied.                             G185 ($21) Duet – Intermediate
G166 ($20) Advanced                                              Modern idioms or classical repertoire.
G167 ($19) Intermediate                                  G186 ($19) Duet – Junior
G168 ($17) Junior                                                Modern idioms or classical repertoire.
                                                         G187 ($25) Ensemble
POPULAR – ENSEMBLES                                              Three or more performers. Modern
(1) For all performances in the Popular Ensemble                 idioms or classical repertoire.
    classes, electric or acoustic guitars may be
    used. Finger style or flat picks.                    VOCAL ACCOMPANIMENT
(2) Performers must provide own amplification, if        (1) Acoustic guitar accompaniment of vocalist.
    required.                                            (2) Vocalist may be the guitarist or another
(3) Own choice of one piece at the average of                performer.
    grade/levels currently being studied.                (3) Adjudication will be primarily of guitar
G171 ($25) Advanced                                          accompaniment as well as the overall
G172 ($23) Intermediate                                      performance.
G173 ($21) Junior                                        (4) Own choice of one piece at the current level
                                                             being studied.
                                                         G191 ($23) Advanced
                                                         G192 ($21) Intermediate




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                                                           HARP
(i)     All participants are subject to the GENERAL RULES & REGULATIONS of the Festival. Please read them all and take
        special note of 2, 3, 16, 18, 19, 20, 21, & 40.
(ii)    It is the responsibility of the performer to provide the adjudicator with a LEGAL COPY of the music to be performed,
        both „test piece‟ and „own choice‟. See RULES 17 & 18. PLEASE OBSERVE COPYRIGHT LAWS.
(iii)   Time limits are for TOTAL performance times. Set-up and tuning must NOT exceed 5 minutes.
(iv)    All harp classes are COMPETITIVE. Each performer will receive an adjudication, marks, placement, and appropriate
        ribbons and will be eligible for scholarship consideration and Provincial Finalist designation.
(v)     NON-COMPETITIVE status may be requested on Entry Form. The performer will receive an adjudication and be
        eligible for scholarship consideration and Provincial Finalist designation, but will NOT receive marks, placement, or
        ribbons.
(vi)    The adjudicator may select one performer to receive an ALICE SLOAN MEMORIAL PRIZE. See Rule 48.

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PEDAL HARP                                                          TROUBADOUR HARP (NON-PEDAL)
HP101 ($21) Open                                                    HP111 ($21) Open
      Own choice of one or two pieces.                                    Own choice of one or two pieces.
      Time limit of 12 minutes.                                           Time limit of 12 minutes.
HP102 ($19) 18 & Under                                              HP112 ($19) 18 & Under
      Étude – Godefroid – Pieces Classique pour                           Étude – Godefroid – Pieces Classique pour
      la Harpe Celtique/Billaudot or Waddington                           la Harpe Celtique/Billaudot or Waddington
      & Own Choice                                                        & Own Choice
      Time limit of 10 minutes.                                           Time limit of 10 minutes.
HP103 ($19) 16 & Under                                              HP113 ($19) 16 & Under
      Soeur Monique – Couperin – Medieval to                              Soeur Monique – Couperin – Medieval to
      Modern/Vol. 1 & Own Choice                                          Modern/Vol. 1 & Own Choice
      Time limit of 10 minutes.                                           Time limit of 10 minutes.
HP104 ($17) 14 & Under                                              HP114 ($17) 14 & Under
      Variations on a Welsh Carol/Theme &                                 Variations on a Welsh Carol/Theme &
      Variations 1,2,3,7 & 8 – Van Campen –                               Variations 1,2,3,7 & 8 – Van Campen –
      Classical Tunes for the Irish Harp                                  Classical Tunes for the Irish Harp
      & Own Choice                                                        & Own Choice
      Time limit of 8 minutes.                                            Time limit of 8 minutes.
HP105 ($17) 12 & Under                                              HP115 ($17) 12 & Under
      Siciliana – Grandjany – Petite Suite                                Siciliana – Grandjany – Petite Suite
      Classique & Own Choice                                              Classique & Own Choice
      Time limit of 8 minutes.                                            Time limit of 8 minutes.
HP106 ($17) 10 & Under                                              HP116 ($17) 10 & Under
      The Foggy Dew – B. Paret – First Harp                               The Foggy Dew – B. Paret – First Harp
      Book & Own Choice                                                   Book & Own Choice
      Time limit of 8 minutes.                                            Time limit of 8 minutes.
HP107 ($17) 8 & Under                                               HP117 ($17) 8 & Under
      Album Leaf – Milligan – Fun from the                                Album Leaf – Milligan – Fun from the
      First/Book 2 & Own Choice                                           First/Book 2 & Own Choice
      Time limit of 8 minutes.                                            Time limit of 8 minutes.




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CONCERT HARP                                     ENSEMBLES
HP121 ($23) 24 & Under                           HP141 ($25) Pedal Harp Duet
      Own choice of one or two pieces.                 Own choice of one or two pieces.
      Time limit of 15 minutes.                        Time limit of 12 minutes.
HP122 ($21) 22 & Under                           HP142 ($25) Troubadour Harp Duet
      Scintillation – Salzedo – Lyra                   Own choice of one or two pieces.
      & Own Choice. Time limit of 12 minutes.          Time limit of 12 minutes.
HP123 ($21) 20 & Under                           HP143 ($25) Pedal Harp Duo
      Vers La Source Dans Le Bois – Tournier –         Own choice of one or two pieces using a
      Vanderbilt or Lyon & Healy                       pedal harp and another instrument (or two
      & Own Choice. Time limit of 10 minutes.          harps) equally. Time limit of 12 minutes.
                                                 HP144 ($25) Troubadour Harp Duo
ADULT – 25 & OVER                                      Own choice of one or two pieces using a
HP131 ($23) 5 Years of Study or More                   troubadour harp and another instrument (or
      Own choice of one or two pieces.                 two harps) equally. Time limit of 12 minutes.
      Time limit of 15 minutes.                  HP145 ($25) Harp & Voice
HP132 ($21) 4 Years of Study or Less                   Own choice of one or two pieces for harp
                                   th                  accompaniment and voice. Time limit of 12
      Allegro – Samartini – From 18 Century
      Music – F C Publishing                           minutes.
      & Own Choice. Time limit of 12 minutes.    HP146 ($25) Harp Duo
HP133 ($19) 2 Years of Study or Less                           18 & Under
      Merry Go Round – Grandjany – Little Harp         Own choice of one or two pieces using a
      Book & Own Choice.                               harp and any other instrument.
      Time limit of 10 minutes.                        Time limit of 8 minutes.
                                                 HP146 ($25) Harp Duo
                                                               12 & Under
                                                       Own choice of one or two pieces using a
                                                       harp and any other instrument.
                                                       Time limit of 8 minutes.




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                                                               PIANO
(i)       All participants are subject to the GENERAL RULES AND REGULATIONS of the Festival. Please read them all and
          take special note of 2, 3, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 29, 40, 41, & 42.
(ii)      In COMPETITIVE classes, each performer will receive an adjudication, marks, placement, and appropriate ribbons and
          will be eligible for scholarship consideration and Provincial Finalist designation. See classes P101 – P325.
(iii)     In NON-COMPETITIVE classes, each performer will receive an adjudication and be eligible for scholarship
          consideration and Provincial Finalist designation, but will NOT receive marks, placement, or ribbons.
          See classes P341 – P574.
(iv)      Performers may enter no more than seven solo piano classes in addition to sight reading, quick study, improvisation,
          accompaniment, composition, duet and ensemble classes. A sensible balance of entries will enhance the musicianship of
          the performer and permit adequate opportunity for evaluation for scholarship purposes. Participation in sight reading
          and/or quick study classes is a factor in deliberation for prizes.
(v)       Solo performers may enter only once in each class.
(vi)      When Grade levels are specified, please refer to the Syllabus of the Royal Conservatory of Music or Conservatory Canada.
(vii)     Any standard edition of the music is acceptable UNLESS otherwise specifically excluded in the rules for each section.
          Suggested editions are for convenience only. Although the Festival Committee may provide a copy of a specified edition
          of selected test pieces for the adjudicator, it is the responsibility of the performer to ensure the adjudicator has a LEGAL
          COPY of all music to be performed including test pieces. PLEASE OBSERVE COPYRIGHT LAWS.
(viii)    Please note the following abbreviations:
          AMP          Associated Music Publishers (NY)              MBD            Music Box Dancers Publication
          B&H          Boosey & Hawkes                               MCA            MCA Music
          BER          Berandol                                      MOOT           Music of Our Time
          CC           Conservatory Canada                           NMS            New Millenium Piano series (CC)
          CF           Carl Fischer                                  RCM            Royal Conservatory of Music
          CMP          Celestial Music Publications                  RCM NPS RCM New Piano Series
          FHM          Frederick Harris Music                        RCM CEL RCM Celebration Series
          GVT          Gordon V Thompson                             RCM ODY RCM Odyssey Series
          HFS          Harris Festival Series                        RCM PER RCM Perspectives Series
          HPC          Harris Piano Classics                         WAT            Waterloo
                                                                     YMP            Yorkton Music Press
(ix)      For verification of the suitability of music for a specific „own choice‟ piece or if experiencing difficulty locating the
          specified „test pieces‟ please consult the Chair of the Piano Music Selection Committee for assistance.
(x)       A performance piece, whether prescribed as a „test piece‟ or „own choice‟, cannot be used in more than one class.
(xi)      The performer is requested to announce the title(s) and composer(s) of the piece(s) to be performed.
(xii)     It is the Responsibility of the Teacher to ensure that a student NOT play the same selection in the same class in
          consecutive years.
(xiii)    It is the Responsibility of the Teacher to ensure that the student has entered the correct class.
(xiv)     The adjudicator may select one performer to receive an ALICE SLOAN MEMORIAL PRIZE. See RULE 49
(xv)      The adjudicator may choose performers to proceed to the Provincial Finals at the Open and Graded levels. All selected
          performers must refer to and be governed by the rules and regulations of the current Syllabus of the Ontario Music
          Festivals Association and the Federation of Canadian Music Festivals. See RULES 49, 50, & 51.
(xvi)     Please see the Jazz section for jazz-related piano classes.

                   NOTE: Piano classes will be adjudicated by three (3) adjudicators: Senior, Intermediate, and Junior.
       For consistency of adjudication, performers are REQUIRED to select ALL classes from only ONE division of the Festival:
                                                     Junior, Intermediate, or Senior.

                                                For Each Set of classes, you will find:
                                                  Senior classes above boxed text
                                                 Intermediate classes in boxed text
                                                  Junior classes below boxed text

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                                       Piano – Competitive
BAROQUE ERA (1600 – 1750)                            P144   ($20)   18 & Under – Grade 9
(1) Any standard edition is acceptable except        P145   ($20)   16 & Under – Grade 8
    Czerny-Schirmer editions of Bach. See Piano      P146   ($19)   15 & Under – Grade 7
    Regulations (vii).                               P147   ($19)   14 & Under – Grade 6
(2) Own choice of one piece from any Canadian        P148   ($19)   13 & Under – Grade 5
    Conservatory Syllabus. List A or Baroque Study   P149   ($17)   12 & Under – Grade 4
    from same Grade. See Piano Regulations (vi).     P150   ($17)   11 & Under – Grade 3
(3) Note similar classes in non-competitive piano    P151   ($17)   10 & Under – Grade 2
    section.                                         P152   ($17)   9 & Under – Grade 1
P101 ($20) Open – Associate                          P153   ($17)   8 & Under – Introductory
P102 ($20) 20 & Over – Grade 10
P103 ($20) 20 & Under – Grade 10                     20th & 21st CENTURY
P104 ($20) 18 & Under – Grade 9                      (1) Any standard edition is acceptable. See Piano
P105 ($20) 16 & Under – Grade 8                          Regulations (vii).
P106 ($19) 15 & Under – Grade 7                      (2) Own choice of one piece from any Canadian
P107 ($19) 14 & Under – Grade 6                                                      th     st
                                                         Conservatory Syllabus. 20 or 21 Century List
P108 ($19) 13 & Under – Grade 5                          or Study from same Grade. See Piano
P109 ($17) 12 & Under – Grade 4                          Regulations (vi).
P110 ($17) 11 & Under – Grade 3                      P155 ($20) Open – Associate
P111 ($17) 10 & Under – Grade 2                              List D. Time limit of 10 minutes.
P112 ($17) 9 & Under – Grade 1                       P156 ($20) Open – Associate
P113 ($17) 8 & Under – Introductory                          List E. Time limit of 10 minutes.
                                                     P157 ($20) 20 & Over – Grade 10
CLASSICAL ERA (1750 – 1825)                                  List D. Time limit of 10 minutes.
(1) Any standard edition is acceptable. See Piano    P158 ($20) 20 & Over – Grade 10
    Regulations (vii).                                       List E. Time limit of 10 minutes.
(2) Own choice of one piece from any Canadian        P159 ($20) 20 & Under – Grade 10
    Conservatory Syllabus. List B or Classical               List D. Time limit of 10 minutes.
    Study from same Grade. See Piano                 P160 ($20) 20 & Under – Grade 10
    Regulations (vi).                                        List E. Time limit of 10 minutes.
P121 ($20) Open – Associate                          P161 ($20) 18 & Under – Grade 9
P122 ($20) 20 & Over – Grade 10                              Time limit of 6 minutes.
P123 ($20) 20 & Under – Grade 10                     P162 ($20) 16 & Under – Grade 8
P124 ($20) 18 & Under – Grade 9,                             Time limit of 6 minutes.
                excluding Scarlatti                  P163 ($19) 15 & Under – Grade 7
P125 ($20) 16 & Under – Grade 8                              Time limit of 5 minutes.
P126 ($19) 15 & Under – Grade 7                      P164 ($19) 14 & Under – Grade 6
P127 ($19) 14 & Under – Grade 6                              Time limit of 5 minutes.
P128 ($19) 13 & Under – Grade 5                      P165 ($19) 13 & Under – Grade 5
P129 ($17) 12 & Under – Grade 4                              Time limit of 5 minutes.
P130 ($17) 11 & Under – Grade 3                      P166 ($17) 12 & Under – Grade 4
P131 ($17) 10 & Under – Grade 2                              Time limit of 4 minutes.
P132 ($17) 9 & Under – Grade 1                       P167 ($17) 11 & Under – Grade 3
P133 ($17) 8 & Under – Introductory                          Time limit of 3 minutes.
                                                     P168 ($17) 10 & Under – Grade 2
ROMANTIC ERA (1825 – 1900)                                   Time limit of 3 minutes.
(1) Any standard edition is acceptable. See Piano    P169 ($17)       9 & Under – Grade 1
    Regulations (vii).                                       Time limit of 2 minutes.
(2) Own choice of one piece from any Canadian        P170 ($17)       8 & Under – Introductory
    Conservatory Syllabus. List C or Romantic                Time limit of 2 minutes.
    Study from same Grade. See Piano
    Regulations (vi).
P141 ($20) Open – Associate
P142 ($20) 20 & Over – Grade 10
P143 ($20) 20 & Under – Grade 10

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CANADIAN COMPOSERS                                     P188   ($20) Grade 8 – Ages 17 & Up
(1) Where specified, one of the given test pieces;            Own choice, Baroque Era (1600-1750).
    where not specified, own choice of one piece       P189   ($20) Grade 8 – Ages 17 & Up
    from the appropriate List of any Canadian                 Own choice, Classical Era (1750-1825).
    Conservatory Syllabus EXCEPT test pieces           P190   ($20) Grade 8 – Ages 17 & Up
                    th   st                                   Own choice, Romantic Era (1825-1900).
    listed in the 20 –21 Century Section. See
    Piano Regulations (vi) and (vii).                  P191   ($20) Grade 8 – Ages 17 & Up
                                                                             th     st
(2) For additional choices see the Supplementary              Own choice, 20 or 21 Century.
    List of Canadian Compositions at the end of the    P192   ($19) Grade 7 – Ages 16 & Up
    Syllabus.                                                 Own choice, Baroque Era (1600-1750).
P171 ($20) Open – Associate                            P193   ($19) Grade 7 – Ages 16 & Up
         Time limit of 12 minutes.                            Own choice, Classical Era (1750-1825).
P172 ($20) 20 & Under – Grade 10                       P194   ($19) Grade 7 – Ages 16 & Up
                                                                                           th     st
         Time limit of 10 minutes.                            Own choice, Romantic Era, 20 or 21
P173 ($20) 18 & Under – Grade 9                               Century.
         Time limit of 8 minutes.                      P195   ($19) Grade 6 – Ages 15 & Up
P174 ($20) 16 & Under – Grade 8                               Own choice, Baroque Era (1600-1750).
         Time limit of 8 minutes.                      P196   ($19) Grade 6 – Ages 15 & Up
P175 ($19) 15 & Under – Grade 7                               Own choice, Classical Era (1750-1825).
         Katherine – Chatman – RCM PER 7 or CC 7       P197   ($19) Grade 6 – Ages 15 & Up
                                                                                           th     st
         or Own Choice                                        Own choice, Romantic Era, 20 or 21
P176 ($19) 14 & Under – Grade 6                               Century.
         Sarabande – Duke – MOOT VI                    P198   ($19) Grade 5 – Ages 14 & Up
         or Own Choice                                        Own choice, Baroque Era (1600-1750).
P177 ($19) 13 & Under – Grade 5                        P199   ($19) Grade 5 – Ages 14 & Up
         Little March – Kenins – RCM PER 5 or Meet            Own choice, Classical Era (1750-1825).
         Canadian Composers 2 or Own Choice            P200   ($19) Grade 5 – Ages 14 & Up
                                                                                           th     st
P178 ($17) 12 & Under – Grade 4                               Own choice, Romantic Era, 20 or 21
         Thinguma Jig – Reubart – RCM PER 4                   Century.
         or FHM Parodies of Own Choice                 P201   ($17) Grade 4 – Ages 13 & Up
P179 ($17) 11 & Under – Grade 3                               Own choice, Baroque Era (1600-1750).
         Doves – Paterson – CC 3 or FHM Pianimals      P202   ($17) Grade 4 – Ages 13 & Up
         or Own Choice                                        Own choice, Classical Era (1750-1825).
P180 ($17) 10 & Under – Grade 2                        P203   ($17) Grade 4 – Ages 13 & Up
                                                                                           th     st
         The Silent Moon – Telfer – RCM PER 2 or              Own choice, Romantic Era, 20 or 21
         FHM The Sun & The Moon or Own Choice                 Century.
P181 ($17) 9 & Under – Grade 1                         P204   ($17) Grade 3 – Ages 12 & Up
         Mist – Poole – RCM PER 1 or CC 1                     Own choice, Baroque Era (1600-1750).
         or Own Choice                                 P205   ($17) Grade 3 – Ages 12 & Up
P182 ($17) 8 & Under – Introductory                           Own choice, Classical Era (1750-1825).
         Aeolian Lullaby – Hansen – RCM PER            P206   ($17) Grade 3 – Ages 12 & Up
                                                                                           th     st
         PREP of MOOT 1 Waterloo or Own Choice                Own choice, Romantic Era, 20 or 21
                                                              Century.
BY GRADE                                               P207   ($17) Grade 2 – Ages 11 & Up
(1) Own choice at specified Grade level.                      Own choice, Baroque or Classical Era.
(2) Grade entered should be the highest level of the   P208   ($17) Grade 2 – Ages 11 & Up
                                                                                           th     st
    performer‟s ability.                                      Own choice, Romantic Era, 20 or 21
(3) Please do not use this section if the competitor          Century.
    is able to qualify in other Solo Competitive       P209   ($17) Grade 2 – Ages 11 & Up
    classes based on maximum age limits.                      Own choice, Invention.
P184 ($20) Grade 9 – Ages 19 & Up                      P210   ($17) Grade 1 – Ages 10 & Up
        Own choice, Baroque Era (1600-1750).                  Own choice, Baroque or Classical Era.
P185 ($20) Grade 9 – Ages 19 & Up                      P211   ($17) Grade 1 – Ages 10 & Up
                                                                                           th     st
        Own choice, Classical Era (1750-1825).                Own choice, Romantic Era, 20 or 21
P186 ($20) Grade 9 – Ages 19 & Up                             Century.
        Own choice, Romantic Era (1825-1900).          P212   ($17) Grade 1 – Ages 10 & Up
P187 ($20) Grade 9 – Ages 19 & Up                             Own choice, Invention.
                          th     st
        Own choice, 20 or 21 Century.                  P213   ($17) Introductory – Ages 9 & Up
                                                              Own choice, Baroque or Classical Era.

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P214    ($17) Introductory – Ages 9 & Up                DUETS
        Own choice, Romantic Era (1825-1900).           (1) Piano Duets (1 piano – 4 hands).
P215    ($17) Introductory – Ages 9 & Up                (2) Music need NOT be memorized.
                      th    st
        Own choice, 20 or 21 Century.                   (3) Note similar classes in non-competitive piano
                                                            section.
TRIBUTE TO FREDERIC CHOPIN (1810-                       P241 ($23) Open
1849) & HIS CONTEMPORARIES (1825-                       P242 ($23) 18 & Under – Grade 9
1900)                                                   P243 ($23) 16 & Under – Grade 8
(1) For grades 8, 9, 10, and Associate classes,         P244 ($21) 15 & Under – Grade 7
    students are required to play a Chopin selection.           Military March, Op. 51, No. 1 – Schubert –
    Grade 7 and under may choose Chopin or a                    arr. for piano, four hands (Carl Fischer)
    contemporary of Chopin.                                     or Own Choice
(2) Note similar classes in non-competitive piano       P245 ($21) 14 & Under – Grade 6
    section.                                                    Sonatina 2 in Bb Major: Last Movement
P216 ($20) Open – Associate                                     „Allegro‟ – Mozart – Easy Sonatinas 4 Hands
P217 ($20) 20 & Under – Grade 10                                (Leichte Sonatinen) – arr. from Wind
P218 ($20) 18 & Under – Grade 9                                 Divertimenti K 213 & 240 (Peters Edition
P219 ($20) 16 & Under – Grade 8                                 No. EP 4456) or Own Choice
        See RCM Popular Section List for                P246 ($21) 13 & Under – Grade 5
        suggestions (www.rcmexaminations.org)                   Fancy Dancin‟ – Mier – Jazz, Rags & Blues
P220 ($19) 15 & Under – Grade 7                                 for Two (Alfred) or Own Choice
        Prelude in E minor, Op. 28, No. 4 – Chopin      P247 ($19) 12 & Under – Grade 4
        – RCM PER 7 or CC 7 or Own Choice                       Country Dance – Tsitsaros – Songs and
P221 ($19) 14 & Under – Grade 6                                 Dances (FHM) or Own Choice
        Waltz in A minor, Op. Posth. (B150) –           P248 ($19) 11 & Under – Grade 3
        Chopin – CC 6 or any Standard Ed.                       Train Blues – Norton – Microjazz Piano
        or Own Choice                                           Duets 1 (BH) or Own Choice
P222 ($19) 13 & Under – Grade 5                         P249 ($19) 10 & Under – Grade 2
        Waltz, Op. 12, No. 2 – Grieg – RCM PER 5                Echo of a Mazurka – Bramsen – Duets
        or Lyric Pieces, Op. 12 or Own Choice                   Around the World (BH) or Own Choice
P223 ($17) 12 & Under – Grade 4                         P250 ($19) 9 & Under – Grade 1
        The First Loss, Op. 68, No. 16 – Schumann               Water Lilies – Bramsen – Duets Around the
        – HPC 4b, Album for the Young, Op. 68 or                World (BH) or Own Choice
        Suzuki Piano School Vol. 5 (Revised Ed.) or     P251 ($19) 8 & Under – Introductory
        Own Choice                                              Down in the Valley – Freeman Olson – First
P224 ($17) 11 & Under – Grade 3                                 Favorite Duets (Alfred) or Own Choice
        Morning Prayer, Op. 39, No. 1 –
        Tchaikovsky – RCM ODY 3 or Album for the        CONCERTO
        Young, Op. 39 or Own Choice                     (1) Where specified, one of the given test pieces;
P225 ($17) 10 & Under – Grade 2                             where not specified, own choice of one piece.
        Soldier‟s March, Op. 68, No. 2 – Schumann           See Supplementary list at the end of the
        – Album for the Young, Op. 68                       Syllabus.
        or Own Choice                                   (2) See Piano Regulations (vii).
P226 ($17) 9 & Under – Grade 1                          (3) Note similar classes in non-competitive piano
        Écossaise – Schubert – CC 1 or                      section.
        RCM NPS 1 or Own Choice                         P252 ($25) Open
P227 ($17) 8 & Under – Introductory                             Two movements from any Advanced
        Dance – Gurlitt – RCM ODY Intro or                      Concerto, one of which is the slow
        Everybody‟s Perfect Masterpieces, Vol. 1                movement.
        or Own Choice                                   P253 ($25) 18 & Under
                                                                Own choice of first OR third movement from
                                                                any Intermediate Concerto.
                                                        P254 ($23) 15 & Under
                                                                Concerto in C, First or Third mvmt –
                                                                F. J. Haydn – B & H; Concerto Piccolo,
                                                                complete – F. J. Haydn – Boston




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SOLO CONCERT GROUP “A”                                   P268    ($19) 12 & Under – Grades 2 – 4
(1) Contrasting selections to be made from the                   See Supplementary List, Section 2 or
    following eras: Baroque, Classical, Romantic,                equivalent. Time limit of 12 minutes.
                       th   st
    Impressionist, 20 -21 Century, at the specified
    Grade level. No more than one selection from         AMATEUR OR PROFESSIONAL
    each era. See Piano Regulations (vii).               (1) These classes are for performers, amateur or
(2) Programming criteria, technique, and                     professional, who have acquired a performance
    interpretation will be factors in the evaluation.        diploma, degree, or equivalent.
(3) Performers may NOT duplicate selections with         (2) Only amateurs are eligible to proceed to the
    other classes. See Piano Regulations (x).                Provincial Finals. See RULES 3, 49, 50, & 51.
P255 ($28) Open – Associate                              (3) See Piano Regulations (vii).
         Minimum of 2 works. Time limit of 25            P271 ($31) Concerto
         minutes.                                                Two movements from any advanced
P256 ($28) Grade 10                                              concerto. Time limit of 25 minutes.
         Minimum of 2 works. Time limit of 25            P272 ($31) Concert Group “A”
         minutes.                                                Associate level. Programming criteria,
P257 ($26) Grade 9                                               technique and interpretation will be factors in
         Minimum of 3 works. Time limit of 20                    the evaluation. Time limit of 25 minutes.
         minutes.                                        P273 ($31) Concert Group “B”
P258 ($23) Grade 8                                               A minimum of three selections from one
         Minimum of 3 works. Time limit of 15                    composite work; must NOT be a Sonata.
         minutes.                                                See Supplementary List, Section 1 at the
P259 ($21) Grade 7                                               end of the Syllabus. Time limit of 25
         Minimum of 3 works. Time limit of 12                    minutes.
         minutes.                                        P274 ($31) Bach
P260 ($21) Grade 6                                               A large work, i.e. a complete Suite or Partita,
         Minimum of 3 works. Time limit of 12                    Toccata, Italian Concerto, etc. Time limit of
         minutes.                                                20 minutes.
P261 ($21) Grade 5                                       P275 ($31) Sonata
         Minimum of 3 works. Time limit of 12                    A complete Sonata, Associate level. Time
         minutes.                                                limit of 30 minutes.
P262 ($19) Grade 4                                       P276 ($28) Romantic
         Minimum of 3 works. Time limit of 10                    Associate level, by one of the following:
         minutes.                                                Chopin, Schubert, Liszt, Franck,
P263 ($19) Grade 3                                               Mendelssohn, Grieg, Tchaikovsky and
         Minimum of 3 works. Time limit of 10                    Rachmaninoff. Time limit of 15 minutes.
                                                                             th     st
         minutes.                                        P277 ($28) 20 & 21 Century
                                                                 Contemporary music in modern idiom from
SOLO CONCERT GROUP “ B”                                          time of Bartok (1881-1945) to present time;
                                                                 MUST NOT be a Sonata. Time limit of 12
(1) Performers will be required to present a
                                                                 minutes.
    minimum of three selections from one composite
                                                         P278 ($28) Canadian Composers
    work.
                                                                 Composition by a published Canadian
(2) The specified supplementary list at the end of the
                                                                 composer. Legible score and legal copy
    Syllabus is provided as a guide for appropriate
                                                                 must be provided for adjudication. Time limit
    selections and playing level for each age group.
                                                                 of 12 minutes.
    See Piano Regulations (vii).
P264 ($28) Open – Associate
        See Supplementary List, Section 1 or             SIGHT READING
        equivalent. Time limit of 25 minutes.            (1) Level to enter no lower than the average Grade
P265 ($26) 20 & Under – Minimum Grade 9                      level of solo entries.
        See Supplementary List, Section 1 or             (2) Performers may enter only ONE class in this
        equivalent. Time limit of 20 minutes.                section.
P266 ($23) 16 & Under – Minimum Grade 8                  (3) In each class the level of difficulty will be that
        See Supplementary List, Section 1 or                 outlined for sight reading for that Grade in the
        equivalent. Time limit of 15 minutes.                RCM Syllabus (approximately two Grades below
P267 ($19) 15 & Under – Minimum Grade 5                      the Grade level entered).
        See Supplementary List, Section 2 or             (4) Material for these classes will be provided by the
        equivalent. Time limit of 12 minutes.                adjudicator.


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P281    ($18) ARCT                                        BAROQUE & CLASSICAL
P282    ($18) Grade 10                                    (1) Own choice from 1600 – 1825.
P283    ($18) Grade 9                                     P311 ($20) Baroque & Classical –
P284    ($18) Grade 8                                                    Grade 8 & Over
P285    ($15) Grade 7                                            Time limit of 10 minutes.
P286    ($15) Grade 6                                     P312 ($19) Baroque & Classical –
P287    ($15) Grade 5                                                    Grades 5 – 7
P288    ($14) Grade 4                                            Time limit of 5 minutes.
P289    ($14) Grade 3                                     P313 ($17) Baroque & Classical –
P290    ($14) Grade 2                                                    Grade 4 & Under
        Level of difficulty as indicated in Grade 2              Time limit of 5 minutes.
        Sight Reading in a Canadian Syllabus.
                                                                           th   st
P291    ($14) Grade 1                                     ROMANTIC & 20 -21 CENTURY
        Level of difficulty as indicated in Grade 1       (1) Own choice from 1825 to the Present.
                                                                                        th    st
        Sight Reading in a Canadian Syllabus.             P314 ($20) Romantic & 20 – 21 Century –
                                                                           Grade 8 & Over
QUICK STUDY                                                      Own choice from 1825 to the Present. Time
(1) Level to enter no lower than the average Grade               limit of 10 minutes.
                                                                                        th    st
    level of solo entries.                                P315 ($19) Romantic & 20 – 21 Century –
(2) Level of difficulty will be approximately one                          Grades 5 – 7
    Grade below the Grade level entered.                         Own choice from 1825 to the Present. Time
(3) Only ONE class per performer is permitted.                   limit of 5 minutes.
                                                                                        th    st
(4) The adjudicator will select the test piece which      P316 ($17) Romantic & 20 – 21 Century –
    will be given to the performer at a specified time.                    Grade 4 & Under
    Attached to the test piece will be a short outline           Own choice from 1825 to the Present. Time
    of the background of the piece and a summary                 limit of 5 minutes.
    of important aspects to be considered while
    preparing it. The classes will take place             SOLO CONCERT GROUP “A”
    approximately 48 hours later as provided for in       (1) Own choice of contrasting selections to be made
    the program.                                              from the following eras: Baroque, Classical,
                                                                                             th   st
(5) Memory is optional.                                       Romantic, Impressionist, 20 -21 Century, at
(6) Performers are to study, learn, and perform the           the specified Grade level.
    music by their own initiative without assistance      (2) Programming criteria, technique, and
    from parents or teachers.                                 interpretation will be factors in the evaluation.
P292 ($18) ARCT                                           P317 ($28) Concert Group “A” –
P293 ($18) Grade 10                                                        Grade 8 & Over
P294 ($18) Grade 9                                                 Time limit of 20 minutes.
P295 ($18) Grade 8                                        P318 ($21) Concert Group “A” –
P296 ($16) Grade 7                                                         Grades 5 – 7
P297 ($16) Grade 6                                                 Time limit of 15 minutes.
P298 ($16) Grade 5                                        P319 ($19) Concert Group “A” –
P299 ($14) Grade 4                                                         Grade 4 & Under
P300 ($14) Grade 3                                                 Time limit of 12 minutes.
P301 ($14) Grade 2
P302 ($14) Grade 1                                        SOLO CONCERT GROUP “B”
P303 ($21) DUET – Grade 8 & Over                          (1) A MINIMUM of three selections is required from
P304 ($19) DUET – Grades 5 – 7                                one composite work.
P305 ($17) DUET – Grade 4 & Under                         (2) See supplementary list at the end of the
                                                              Syllabus for ideas for selections for each Grade.
ADULT – 25 & OVER                                         (3) See Piano Regulations (vi) & (vii).
(1) Open to amateur or professional.                      P320 ($28) Concert Group “B” –
(2) Only an adjudication will be given.                                    Grade 8 & Over
(3) Memory is optional.                                           Time limit of 20 minutes.
(4) Own choice of one piece from a recognized             P321 ($21) Concert Group “B” –
    Syllabus at the chosen Grade levels. See Piano                         Grades 5 – 7
    Regulations (vi) & (vii).                                     Time limit of 15 minutes.
(5) It is expected that various levels of technical       P322 ($19) Concert Group “B” –
    expertise will be heard within each genre and                          Grade 4 & Under
    Grade grouping.                                               Time limit of 12 minutes.
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DUETS                                                          P323    ($23)    Duets – Grade 8 & Over
(1) One Piano – four hands.                                    P324    ($21)    Duets – Grades 5 – 7
(2) Own choice of one piece.                                   P325    ($19)    Duets – Grade 4 & Under



                                        Piano Non-Competitive
(1)    Performers will receive an adjudication and be eligible for monetary prizes and Provincial Finalist
       designation, but will receive no marks, placement, or ribbons.
(2)    Unless otherwise specified own choice of one piece from a recognized Canadian syllabus or piece of
       equivalent difficulty appropriate to the Grade, genre, era, and/or age specified. See Piano Regulations (vi).
(3)    Performers must not duplicate selections with other classes or perform the same piece in more than one
       class.
(4)    For consistency of adjudication performers are REQUIRED to select ALL classes from ONE division of the
       Festival, either Junior, Intermediate, or Senior.
(5)    It is the Responsibility of the Teacher to ensure that the student has entered the correct class.
(6)    Read and observe the RULES, notably 17, 18, 19 and 20.

BAROQUE ERA                                                    P377    ($19)    Grade 5
(1) Own choice from 1600 to 1750.                              P378    ($17)    Grade 4
P341 ($20) Open                                                P379    ($17)    Grade 3
P342 ($20) Grade 10                                            P380    ($17)    Grade 2
P343 ($20) Grade 9                                             P381    ($17)    Grade 1
P344 ($20) Grade 8                                             P382    ($17)    Introductory
P345 ($19) Grade 7
P346 ($19) Grade 6                                             20th & 21st CENTURY
P347 ($19) Grade 5                                             (1) Own choice from 1900 to the present.
P348 ($17) Grade 4                                             P385 ($20) Open
P349 ($17) Grade 3                                             P386 ($20) Grade 10
P350 ($17) Grade 2                                             P387 ($20) Grade 9
P351 ($17) Grade 1                                             P388 ($20) Grade 8
P352 ($17) Introductory                                        P389 ($19) Grade 7
                                                               P390 ($19) Grade 6
CLASSICAL ERA                                                  P391 ($19) Grade 5
(1) Own choice from 1750 to 1825.                              P392 ($17) Grade 4
P355 ($20) Open                                                P393 ($17) Grade 3
P356 ($20) Grade 10                                            P394 ($17) Grade 2
P357 ($20) Grade 9                                             P395 ($17) Grade 1
P358 ($20) Grade 8                                             P496 ($17) Introductory
P359 ($19) Grade 7
P360 ($19) Grade 6                                             CANADIAN COMPOSERS
P361 ($19) Grade 5                                             (1) Own choice by any published Canadian
P362 ($17) Grade 4                                                 composer.
P363 ($17) Grade 3                                             P401 ($20) Open
P364 ($17) Grade 2                                             P402 ($20) Grade 10
P365 ($17) Grade 1                                             P403 ($20) Grade 9
P366 ($17) Introductory                                        P404 ($20) Grade 8
                                                               P405 ($19) Grade 7
ROMANTIC ERA                                                   P406 ($19) Grade 6
(1) Own choice from 1825 to 1900.                              P407 ($19) Grade 5
P371 ($20) Open                                                P408 ($17) Grade 4
P372 ($20) Grade 10                                            P409 ($17) Grade 3
P373 ($20) Grade 9                                             P410 ($17) Grade 2
                                                               P411 ($17) Grade 1
P374     ($20)   Grade 8                                       P412 ($17) Introductory
P375     ($19)   Grade 7
P376     ($19)   Grade 6

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TRIBUTE TO FREDERIC CHOPIN (1810-                       BY AGE
1849) & HIS CONTEMPORARIES (1825-                       (1) It is expected that various levels of technical
1900)                                                       expertise will be heard within each age
(1) For grades 8, 9, 10, and Associate classes,             grouping.
    students are required to play a Chopin selection.   (2) For persons 25 years or older, see classes P311
    Grade 7 and under may choose Chopin or a                – P325.
    contemporary of Chopin.                             P431 ($20) Ages 19 to 25
P416 ($20) Open – Associate                             P432 ($20) Age 18 & Under
P417 ($20) 20 & Under – Grade 10                        P433 ($20) Age 16 & Under
P418 ($20) 18 & Under – Grade 9                         P434 ($19) Age 15 & Under
P419 ($20) 16 & Under – Grade 8                         P435 ($19) Age 14 & Under
        See RCM Popular Section List for                P436 ($19) Age 13 & Under
        suggestions (www.rcmexaminations.org)           P437 ($17) Age 12 & Under
P420 ($19) 15 & Under – Grade 7                         P438 ($17) Age 11 & Under
        Prelude in E minor, Op. 28, No. 4 – Chopin      P439 ($17) Age 10 & Under
        – RCM PER 7 or CC 7 or Own Choice               P440 ($17) Age 9 & Under
P421 ($19) 14 & Under – Grade 6                         P441 ($17) Age 8 & Under
        Waltz in A minor, Op. Posth. (B150) –           P442 ($17) Age 7 & Under
        Chopin – CC 6 or any Standard Ed.               P443 ($17) Age 6 & Under
        or Own Choice                                   P444 ($17) Age 5 & Under
P422 ($19) 13 & Under – Grade 5
        Waltz, Op. 12, No. 2 – Grieg – RCM PER 5        THEME & VARIATIONS
        or Lyric Pieces, Op. 12 or Own Choice           (1) Own choice of an entire set of Theme &
P423 ($17) 12 & Under – Grade 4                             Variations.
        The First Loss, Op. 68, No. 16 – Schumann       P451 ($20) Grade 8 & Up
        – HPC 4b, Album for the Young, Op. 68 or        P452 ($19) Grades 5 – 7
        Suzuki Piano School Vol. 5 (Revised Ed.) or     P453 ($17) Grades 2 – 4
        Own Choice
P424 ($17) 11 & Under – Grade 3                         LATE BEGINNERS
        Morning Prayer, Op. 39, No. 1 –                 (1) Own choice at specified Grade level.
        Tchaikovsky – RCM ODY 3 or Album for the        P455 ($20) Grade 8 – Age 17 & Up
        Young, Op. 39 or Own Choice                     P456 ($19) Grade 7 – Age 16 & Up
P425 ($17) 10 & Under – Grade 2                         P457 ($19) Grade 6 – Age 15 & Up
        Soldier‟s March, Op. 68, No. 2 – Schumann       P458 ($19) Grade 5 – Age 14 & Up
        – Album for the Young, Op. 68                   P459 ($17) Grade 4 – Age 13 & Up
        or Own Choice                                   P460 ($17) Grade 3 – Age 12 & Up
P426 ($17) 9 & Under – Grade 1                          P461 ($17) Grade 2 – Age 11 & Up
        Écossaise – Schubert – CC 1 or                  P462 ($17) Grade 1 – Age 10 & Up
        RCM NPS 1 or Own Choice                         P463 ($17) Introductory – Age 9 & Up
P427 ($17) 8 & Under – Introductory
        Dance – Gurlitt – RCM ODY Intro or
        Everybody‟s Perfect Masterpieces, Vol. 1
                                                        PIANO DUETS
                                                        (1) Piano Duets (1 piano – 4 hands).
        or Own Choice
                                                        (2) Music need NOT be memorized.
                                                        (3) See Supplementary List for piano duets at the
SONATA/SONATINA                                             end of the Syllabus.
(1) Any complete Sonata/Sonatina.                       P464 ($23) 19 & Under
(2) REPEATS are to be omitted.                                  Time limit of 8 minutes.
P428 ($19) Sonata/Sonatina –                            P465 ($23) 18 & Under
               Grades 5 – 7                                     Time limit of 8 minutes.
       Including Sonatina, Op 55, #1 – Kuhlau           P466 ($23) 16 & Under
P429 ($17) Sonata/Sonatina –                            P467 ($21) 15 & Under
               Grades 3 – 4                             P468 ($21) 13 & Under
       Including Sonatina, Op 55, #1 – Kuhlau           P469 ($19) 12 & Under
                                                        P470 ($19) 10 & Under
                                                        P471 ($19)       8 & Under
                                                        P472 ($19) Adult/Child – Senior –
                                                                        Grade 8 & Over
                                                                Any combination except Teacher/Student.
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P473   ($19)  Adult/Child – Intermediate –          PIANO QUARTETS
              Grades 5 – 7                          (1) Piano quartets (2 pianos – 8 hands)
       Any combination except                       (2) Own choice at any level.
       Teacher/Student.                             (3) Memory is optional, but may improve
P474   ($19) Adult/Child – Junior –                     performance.
              Grade 4 & Under                       P491 ($29) 18 & Under
       Any combination except Teacher/Student.      P492 ($25) 15 & Under
P475   ($19) Family – Senior –                      P493 ($25) 12 & Under
              Grade 8 & Over
       Any combination of siblings except           PIANO ENSEMBLES
       Teacher/Student.                             (1) Piano Ensembles (1 or 2 pianos – 3 or more
P476   ($19) Family – Intermediate –                    players).
              Grades 5 – 7                          (2) No age or Grade restrictions.
       Any combination of siblings except           (3) Ensembles must NOT include music teachers.
       Teacher/Student.                             (4) Memory is optional, but may improve
P477   ($19) Family – Junior –                          performance.
              Grade 4 & Under                       P495 ($29) Piano Ensembles
       Any combination of siblings except
       Teacher/Student.                             CHAMBER MUSIC
P478   ($19) Teacher/Child –                        (1) Please see other sections of the Syllabus for a
              Junior – Grade 4 & Under                  variety of ensemble and chamber group classes
P479   ($19) Adult/Child                                with piano: Strings, Woodwind, and Guitar.
       Any combination except Teacher/Student.
       One piano and any other instrument.          MASTERCLASS
                                                    (1) During the Festival the adjudicator will select up
PIANO TRIOS                                             to 8 performers who will be invited to participate
(1) Piano Trios – (1 piano – 6 hands).                  in a Piano Masterclass to be held at the end of
(2) Own choice at any level.                            Senior Piano classes.
(3) Memory is optional, but may improve             (2) Each Masterclass performer will play one piece
    performance.                                        previously performed at the Festival as selected
P481 ($25) 16 & Over – Grade 6 & Over                   by the adjudicator. Each Masterclass performer
        Own choice at minimum of Grade 6 level.         session will last up to 15 minutes, but all
P482 ($25) 15 & Under                                   performers are expected to stay for the entire
        Own choice (e.g. “Three in A Row” – Lee –       Masterclass.
        B & H)                                      (3) Performers will be selected at the sole discretion
P483 ($25) 12 & Under                                   of the adjudicator for pedagogical reasons and
        Own choice (e.g. “Zoo Pictures” – Ogilvy)       need not be prize winners.
                                                    (4) An additional fee of $22 for each selected
PIANO DUOS                                              performer is due prior to the class, payable to
(1) Piano Duos (2 pianos – 4 hands)                     the Kiwanis Music Festival of Guelph.
(2) Memory is optional, but may improve             P501 ($22) Senior Piano
    performance.                                                     Grades 8, 9, 10, & Associate Level
P486 ($25) Open – Associate
        Time limit of 15 minutes.                   IMPROVISATION
P487 ($25) 20 & Under – Grade 10                    (1) The adjudicator will supply theme material to
        Time limit of 15 minutes.                       each performer at the time of performance.
P488 ($23) 16 & Under – Grade 8                     P511 ($20) Senior – Grade 8 & Over
        Time limit of 10 minutes.                          Playing time of 3 – 5 minutes.
P489 ($21) 14 & Under – Grade 6                     P512 ($19) Intermediate – Grade 7 & Under
        Time limit of 5 minutes.                           Playing time of 2 – 4 minutes.




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COMPOSITION                                               P530    ($28) Open – Associate level
(1) A copy of the composition must be submitted                   Minimum of 2 works. Time limit of 25
    with the entry form. Only one composition per                 minutes.
    entry.                                                P531    ($28) Grade 10
(2) All music will be returned with an adjudication by            Minimum of 2 works. Time limit of 25
    early April.                                                  minutes.
(3) The adjudicator will indicate if the composition is   P532    ($26) Grade 9
    deemed appropriate for performance during the                 Minimum of 3 works. Time limit of 20
    Festival.                                                     minutes.
(4) It will be the responsibility of the composer to      P533    ($23) Grade 8
    inform the Festival Coordinator as to whether                 Minimum of 3 works. Time limit of 15
    the composition has been deemed appropriate                   minutes.
    by the adjudicator and therefore whether or not it    P534    ($21) Grade 7
    will be performed during the Festival.                        Minimum of 3 works. Time limit of 12
P516 ($20) Senior                                                 minutes.
P517 ($19) Intermediate                                   P535    ($21) Grade 6
P518 ($17) Junior                                                 Minimum of 3 works. Time limit of 12
                                                                  minutes.
                                                          P536    ($21) Grade 5
CONCERTO                                                          Minimum of 3 works. Time limit of 12
(1) Own choice of one piece. See Supplementary
                                                                  minutes.
    List at the end of the Piano Syllabus.
(2) See Piano Regulations (vii).                          P537    ($19) Grade 4
(3) Note similar classes in competitive piano                     Minimum of 3 works. Time limit of 10
    section.                                                      minutes.
P521 ($26) Open                                           P538    ($19) Grade 3
         Two movements from any Advanced                          Minimum of 3 works. Time limit of 10
         Concerto, one of which should be the slow                minutes.
         movement.
P522 ($26) 18 & Under                                     SOLO CONCERT GROUP “B”
         Own choice of first OR third movement OR         (1) Performers will be required to present a
         two contrasting movements from any                   minimum of three selections from one composite
         Intermediate Concerto.                               work.
P523 ($24) 15 & Under                                     (2) The specified supplementary list at the end of
         Own choice of one movement OR two                    the Syllabus is provided as a guide to
         contrasting movements from any Junior                appropriate selections and playing level for each
         Concerto.                                            age group. See Piano Regulations (vii).
                                                          P539 ($28) Open – Associate
P524 ($21) 12 & Under
                                                                  See Supplementary List, Section 1 or
         Own choice of one movement OR two
                                                                  equivalent. Time limit of 25 minutes.
         contrasting movements from any Junior
                                                          P540 ($26) 20 & Under – Minimum Grade 9
         Concerto.
                                                                  See Supplementary List, Section 1 or
P525 ($21) 10 & Under
                                                                  equivalent. Time limit of 20 minutes.
         Own choice of one movement from any
                                                          P541 ($23) 16 & Under – Minimum Grade 8
         Junior Concerto OR complete Concerto
                                                                  See Supplementary List, Section 1 or
         Piccolo.
                                                                  equivalent. Time limit of 15 minutes.
                                                          P542 ($21) 15 & Under – Minimum Grade 5
SOLO CONCERT GROUP “A”                                            See Supplementary List, Section 2 or
(1) Contrasting selections may be made from the
                                                                  equivalent. Time limit of 12 minutes.
    following eras: Baroque, Classical, Romantic,
                       th   st
    Impressionist, 20 -21 Century, at the specified       P543 ($19) 12 & Under – Minimum Grade 2
    Grade level. No more than one selection from                  See Supplementary List, Section 2 or
    each era. See Piano Regulations (vii).                        equivalent. Time limit of 12 minutes.
(2) Programming criteria, technique, and
    interpretation will be factors in the evaluation.
(3) Performers may not duplicate selections with
    other classes. See Piano Regulations (x).




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SIGHT READING                                            QUICK STUDY
(1) Level to enter – no lower than the average           (1) Level to enter should be no lower than the
    Grade level of solo entries.                             average Grade level of solo entries.
(2) Performers may enter only ONE class in this          (2) Level of difficulty will be approximately one
    section.                                                 Grade below the Grade level entered.
(3) In each class the level of difficulty will be that   (3) Performers may enter only ONE class in this
    outlined for sight reading for that Grade in the         section.
    RCM Syllabus (approximately two Grades below         (4) The adjudicator will select the test piece which
    the Grade level entered).                                will be given to the performer at a specified time.
(4) Material for these classes will be provided by the       Attached to the test piece will be a short outline
    adjudicator.                                             of the background of the piece and a summary
P551 ($18) ARCT                                              of important aspects to be considered while
P552 ($18) Grade 10                                          preparing it. The classes will take place
P553 ($18) Grade 9                                           approximately 48 hours later as provided for in
P554 ($18) Grade 8                                           the program.
P555 ($15) Grade 7                                       (5) Memory is optional.
P556 ($15) Grade 6                                       (6) Performers are to study, learn, and perform the
P557 ($15) Grade 5                                           music by their own initiative without assistance
P558 ($14) Grade 4                                           from parents or teachers.
P559 ($14) Grade 3                                       P571 ($18) ARCT
P560 ($14) Grade 2                                       P572 ($18) Grade 10
         Level of difficulty as indicated in Grade 2     P573 ($18) Grade 9
         Sight Reading in a Canadian Syllabus.           P574 ($18) Grade 8
P561 ($14) Grade 1                                       P575 ($16) Grade 7
         Level of difficulty as indicated in Grade 1     P576 ($16) Grade 6
         Sight Reading in a Canadian Syllabus.           P577 ($16) Grade 5
                                                         P578 ($14) Grade 4
                                                         P579 ($14) Grade 3
                                                         P580 ($14) Grade 2
                                                         P581 ($14) Grade 1
                                                         P582 ($21) Duet – Grade 8 & Over
                                                         P583 ($19) Duet – Grades 5 – 7
                                                         P584 ($17) Duet – Grade 4 & Under




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                                       KEYBOARD & DIGITAL PIANO
(i)    All participants are subject to the GENERAL RULES & REGULATIONS of the Festival. Please read them all and take
       special note of 2, 3, 16, 18, 19, 20, 29, 40, 41, & 42.
(ii)   Performers may enter only ONE class in each section.
(iii) Performers must use the instruments specified in each section.
(iv) a) Keyboard registration may be set only by the performer except for those 8 years and under who may be assisted
          by an adult.
       b) Where applicable disks may be used to memorize prior registrations.
(v)    Rhythm Accompaniment is mandatory for all Creative Rhythm Accompaniment classes.
(vi) For sequencing (using pre-recorded parts) see each section.
(vii) Playing by memory is mandatory for all solo performances; optional for Ensemble/Duet classes.
(viii) Unless otherwise specified, own choice of one piece at the discretion of the teacher and/or student.
(ix) It is the responsibility of the performer to provide the adjudicator with a LEGAL copy of the piece to be performed .
       PLEASE OBSERVE COPYRIGHT LAWS.
(x)    All musical styles (including original compositions) will be judged on an equal basis.
(xi) Please see the Jazz section for jazz-related keyboard/digital piano classes.

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                                                     Keyboard
1) Only 61-note keyboard instruments are to be used in these classes.

LESSON BOOK/REPERTOIRE                                            LESSON BOOK/REPERTOIRE
(1) NO sequencing is permitted in these classes.                  (1) Sequencing MUST be used in these classes.
K101 ($19) Open                                                   K121 ($19) Open
K102 ($18) 16 & Under                                             K122 ($18) 16 & Under
K103 ($18) 14 & Under                                             K123 ($18) 14 & Under
K104 ($16) 12 & Under                                             K124 ($16) 12 & Under
K105 ($16) 10 & Under                                             K125 ($16) 10 & Under
K106 ($16) 8 & Under                                              K126 ($16) 8 & Under
K107 ($16) 6 & Under                                              K127 ($16) 6 & Under

POPULAR                                                           POPULAR
(1) NO sequencing is permitted in these classes.                  (1) Sequencing MUST be used in these classes.
K111 ($19) Open                                                   K131 ($19) Open
K112 ($18) 16 & Under                                             K132 ($18) 16 & Under
K113 ($18) 14 & Under                                             K133 ($18) 14 & Under
K114 ($16) 12 & Under                                             K134 ($16) 12 & Under
K115 ($16) 10 & Under                                             K135 ($16) 10 & Under
K116 ($16) 8 & Under                                              K136 ($16) 8 & Under
K117 ($16) 6 & Under                                              K137 ($16) 6 & Under



                                                  Digital Piano
1) Only 76- OR 88-note digital pianos equipped with rhythm equipment are to be used in these classes.

LESSON BOOK/REPERTOIRE
(1) NO sequencing is permitted in these classes.
K141 ($19) Open                                                   K145     ($16)    10 & Under
K142 ($18) 16 & Under                                             K146     ($16)    8 & Under
K143 ($18) 14 & Under                                             K147     ($16)    6 & Under
K144 ($16) 12 & Under



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POPULAR                                              ENSEMBLE/DUET – POPULAR –
(1) NO sequencing is permitted in these classes.     CREATIVE RHYTHM ACCOMPANIMENT
K151 ($19) Open                                      (1) Two to five performers.
K152 ($18) 16 & Under                                (2) Any combination of Organ, Keyboard, or Digital
K153 ($18) 14 & Under                                    Piano instruments may be used.
K154 ($16) 12 & Under                                (3) Rhythm accompaniment and memorization are
K155 ($16) 10 & Under                                    optional.
K156 ($16) 8 & Under                                 (4) NO sequencing is permitted in these classes.
K157 ($16) 6 & Under                                 K211 ($23) Open
                                                     K212 ($21) 16 & Under
LESSON BOOK/REPERTOIRE                               K213 ($21) 14 & Under
(1) Sequencing MUST be used in these classes.        K214 ($19) 12 & Under
K161 ($19) Open                                      K215 ($19) 10 & Under
K162 ($18) 16 & Under                                K216 ($19) 8 & Under
K163 ($18) 14 & Under                                K217 ($19) 6 & Under
K164 ($16) 12 & Under
K165 ($16) 10 & Under                                ENSEMBLE/DUET WITH TEACHER –
K166 ($16) 8 & Under
K167 ($16) 6 & Under                                 TRADITIONAL OR POPULAR
                                                     (1) Two to five performers, including one teacher.
                                                     (2) Performers will receive an adjudication only; no
POPULAR                                                  marks, placement, or ribbons.
(1) Sequencing MUST be used in these classes.        (3) Own choice of one piece.
K171 ($19) Open                                      (4) Rhythm accompaniment and memorization are
K172 ($18) 16 & Under                                    optional.
K173 ($18) 14 & Under                                (5) NO sequencing is permitted in these classes.
K174 ($16) 12 & Under                                K221 ($23) Open
K175 ($16) 10 & Under                                K222 ($21) 16 & Under
K176 ($16) 8 & Under                                 K223 ($19) 14 & Under
K177 ($16) 6 & Under                                 K224 ($19) 12 & Under
                                                     K225 ($19) 10 & Under
CREATIVE RHYTHM ACCOMPANIMENT                        K226 ($19) 8 & Under
(1) Sequencing MUST be used in these classes.        K227 ($19) 6 & Under
K181 ($19) 5 Years of Instruction or More
K182 ($18) 4 Years of Instruction                    SENIOR STUDENTS –
K183 ($18) 3 Years of Instruction
K184 ($16) 2 Years of Instruction
                                                     STUDENT ARRANGEMENT/CREATIVITY
K185 ($16) 1 Year of Instruction                     (1) The performer will demonstrate keyboard
                                                         arrangement skills such as intro, ending,
                                                         appropriate accompaniment, and transposition.
ENSEMBLE/DUET – TRADITIONAL                          (2) Music must be picked up one day before the
(1) Two to five performers.                              performance.
(2) Any combination of Organ, Keyboard, or Digital   (3) Music need NOT be memorized.
    Piano instruments may be used.                   (4) The lead sheet or planning sheet must be
(3) Rhythm accompaniment and memorization are            handed to the adjudicator before the class.
    optional.                                        K231 ($19) Open
(4) NO sequencing is permitted in these classes.     K232 ($18) 16 & Under
K201 ($23) Open                                      K233 ($18) 14 & Under
K202 ($21) 16 & Under
K203 ($21) 14 & Under
K204 ($19) 12 & Under
K205 ($19) 10 & Under
K206 ($19) 8 & Under
K207 ($19) 6 & Under




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ADULT – 23 & OVER                                      K243   ($21)   Digital Piano – Rhythm
(1) Amateur or professional 23 years of age and                       Accompaniment
    over.                                                     Own choice of a Traditional or Popular
(2) Performers will receive an adjudication only; no          piece. NO sequencing is permitted.
    marks, placement, or ribbons.                      K244   ($21) Digital Piano – Creative Rhythm
(3) Music need NOT be memorized.                                      Accompaniment
(4) Own choice of one piece.                                  Own choice of a Traditional or Popular
K241 ($21) Keyboard – Rhythm                                  piece. Sequencing MUST be used.
                Accompaniment                          K245   ($25) Ensemble/Duet
        Own choice of a Traditional or Popular                Own choice of a Traditional or Popular
        piece. NO sequencing is permitted.                    piece.
K242 ($21) Keyboard – Creative Rhythm
                Accompaniment
        Own choice of a Traditional or Popular
        piece. Sequencing MUST be used.




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                                                       PIPE ORGAN
(i)    All participants are subject to the GENERAL RULES & REGULATIONS of the Festival. Please read them all and take
       special note of 2, 3, 16, 18, 19, 20, 29, 40, 41, & 42.
(ii)   Performers may enter only once in each class.
(iii) In „test piece‟ classes, music for the adjudicator will be provided by the Festival unless otherwise indicated.
(iv) In all classes, repeats must be omitted; take second ending. However a “da capo” must be observed.
(v)    It is the responsibility of the performer to ensure the adjudicator has a LEGAL COPY of the music to be performed.
       PLEASE OBSERVE COPYRIGHT LAWS.
(vi) Music need not be memorized.
(vii) Performers will set up their own registration on the organ, except for those 8 years and under (may be set by the teacher or
       parent). Performers are permitted to set up organ registrations and test the setting prior to performing. Performers are
       expected to clear the organ registration when they have finished playing. Arrangements may be made in order to become
       familiar with the organs being used.
(viii) Proper shoes must be worn. No stocking feet please!
(ix) Pipe organ performers may have someone to turn pages and adjust stops for them.

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HYMNS                                                                ADULT – 25 & OVER – NON-
(1) Play three verses with contrasting registrations.                COMPETITIVE
(2) Hymn numbers – Voices United.                                    (1) Amateur or professional at least 25 years of age.
PO101 ($20) Open                                                     (2) Performers will receive an adjudication only; no
        Transpose not more than a tone above or                          marks, placement, or ribbons.
        below the written pitch. #625 – Kingsfold.                   (3) Own choice of one piece unless otherwise
PO102 ($19) 19 & Under                                                   specified.
        Play at least one verse with the soprano line                PO121 ($20) Hymns – Grade 9 & Over
        soloed. #571 – Song I.                                               Own choice of a hymn. Play three verses
PO103 ($19) 17 & Under                                                       with contrasting registration. In one verse
        #504 – Repton.                                                       the soprano line should be soloed.
PO104 ($17) 15 & Under                                               PO122 ($19) Hymns – Grade 8 & Under
        #555 – Rhosymedre.                                                   Own choice of a hymn. Play three verses
PO105 ($17) 13 & Under                                                       with contrasting registration. In one verse
        #444 – Stuttgart.                                                    the soprano line should be soloed.
                                                                     PO123 ($20) Traditional – Grade 9 & Over
TRADITIONAL                                                                  Own choice of two contrasting pieces.
(1) Own choice of two contrasting pieces.                                    Time limit of 20 minutes includes registration
(2) Time limit includes registration set-up. A                               set-up.
    performer exceeding the limit may be asked to                    PO124 ($19) Traditional – Grade 8 & Under
    stop and may be disqualified from consideration                          Own choice of two contrasting pieces.
    for adjudication and awards.                                             Time limit of 15 minutes includes registration
PO111 ($20) Open – Associate Level                                           set-up.
         Time limit of 20 minutes.
PO112 ($19) Grade 10                                                 PIPE ORGAN – SIGHT READING
         Time limit of 20 minutes.                                   (1) Performers may enter only ONE class in this
PO113 ($19) Grade 9                                                      section.
         Time limit of 20 minutes.                                   (2) Music will be provided by the adjudicator and will
PO114 ($19) Grade 8                                                      be in the form of a trio or hymn tune at the
         Time limit of 15 minutes.                                       performance level of the prescribed grade.
PO115 ($17) Grade 7                                                  (3) Use of pedals is required except where
         Time limit of 15 minutes.                                       otherwise specified.
PO116 ($17) Grade 6 & Under                                          PO131 ($15) Open
         Time limit of 10 minutes.                                           Grade 8 performance level.
                                                                     PO132 ($15) 18 & Under
                                                                             Grade 7 performance level.
                                                                     PO133 ($15) 16 & Under
                                                                             Grade 6 performance level.


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PO134 ($15) 14 & Under                                   (3) It is expected that performers will study, learn,
      Grade 5 performance level. Pedals optional.            and perform the music by their own initiative
PO135 ($15) 12 & Under                                       without any assistance from parents or teachers.
      Grade 4 performance level. Pedals optional.        PO141 ($15) Open
                                                                   Grade 8 performance level.
PIPE ORGAN – QUICK STUDY                                 PO142 ($15) 18 & Under
(1) Performers may enter only ONE class in this                    Grade 7 performance level.
    section.                                             PO143 ($15) 16 & Under
(2) The test piece will be selected by the adjudicator             Grade 6 performance level.
    and picked up by the performer the DAY               PO144 ($15) 14 & Under
    BEFORE the performance.                                        Grade 5 performance level. Pedals
                                                                   optional.




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                                           JAZZ, RAGTIME & BLUES
(i)    All participants are subject to the GENERAL RULES AND REGULATIONS of the Festival. Please read them all and
       take special note of RULES 3, 4, 7, 8, 11, 18, 19, 20, 21, and 40.
(ii)   In NON-COMPETITIVE (N/C) classes, each performer will receive an adjudication and be eligible for scholarship
       consideration and Provincial Finalist designation, but will NOT receive marks, placement, or ribbons.
(iii) In COMPETITIVE classes, each performer will receive an adjudication, marks, placement, and appropriate ribbons and
       will be eligible for scholarship consideration and Provincial Finalist designation.
(iv) In AWARD TO STANDARD (A/S) classes (Choirs & Bands), no marks will be given, but performers will be awarded a
       Gold, Silver, Bronze, or Merit designation based on the standard achieved. See RULE 43(b).
(v)    Please note the delineation of Junior, Intermediate and Senior for most solo classes. At the Junior level, classes are Blues
       based. At the Intermediate level, classes are either modal or key-centred. At the Senior level, classes include the use of
       II-V progressions as well as free improvisation over chord changes.
(vi) It is the responsibility of the performer to provide the adjudicator with a LEGAL COPY of the music to be performed.
       PLEASE OBSERVE COPYRIGHT LAWS.
(vii) The adjudicator may select one performer to receive an ALICE SLOAN MEMORIAL PRIZE. See Rule 48.
(viii) The adjudicator may choose performers to proceed to the PROVINCIAL FINALS at the Open and Graded levels. All
       selected performers must refer to and be governed by the rules and regulations of the current Syllabus of the Ontario
       Music Festivals Association and the Federation of Canadian Music Festivals. See RULES 49, 50, & 51.

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CHOIRS – A/S                                                           BANDS – OPEN – A/S
J101     ($37)   Show Choirs – Two Parts or                            J131      ($46) Jazz/Stage Bands
                 More                                                            10 – 20 players of any combination of
         Own choice of any swing, pop, or jazz choral                            instrumentation or voicing. Own choice of
         arrangement. Accompaniment not more                                     two or three contrasting pieces, at least one
         than seven instrumentalists. Festival                                   in a “swing” style. Scores or lead sheets, if
         provides only piano. Time limit of 8 minutes                            used by performers, must be provided for
         includes set-up and warm-up.                                            adjudication. Time limit of 20 minutes.
                                                                       J132      ($46) Jazz Combos
VOICE – N/C                                                                      3 – 9 players of any combination of
(1) Own choice of any Jazz Standard.                                             instrumentation or voicing. Own choice of
(2) Accompaniment is optional, but must be                                       two or three contrasting pieces, at least one
    acoustic.                                                                    in a “swing” style. Scores or lead sheets, if
(3) Festival provides only piano.                                                used by performers, must be provided for
J111 ($21) 26 & Over                                                             adjudication. Time limit of 20 minutes.
J112 ($21) 19 – 25
J113 ($19) 18 & Under                                                  BANDS – SCHOOL – A/S
J114 ($19) 16 & Under                                                  J141      ($46) Stage Bands – F
                                                                                 Stage Bands, any grade. Own choice of two
VOICE – COMPETITIVE                                                              or three contrasting pieces, at least one in a
(1) Own choice of any Jazz Standard.                                             "swing" style. Time limit of 20 minutes.
(2) Accompaniment is optional, but must be                             J142      ($46) Stage Bands – G
    acoustic.                                                                    Stage Bands, restricted to students in
(3) Festival provides only piano.                                                Grades 6 – 9. Own choice of two or three
J121 ($21) 26 & Over                                                             contrasting pieces. Time limit of 20
J122 ($21) 19 – 25                                                               minutes.
J123 ($19) 18 & Under                                                  J143      ($46) Jazz Ensemble
J124 ($19) 16 & Under                                                            Any grade, 4 – 10 players of any
                                                                                 instrumentation or voicing. Score or lead
                                                                                 sheets, if used by performers, must be
                                                                                 provided for adjudication. Time limit of 20
                                                                                 minutes.




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J144   ($46) Dixie Band                                PIANO – N/C – JAZZ STANDARDS
       Any grade, 4 – 10 players of any                (1) Own choice.
       instrumentation or voicing suitable for Dixie   (2) REPEATS are to be omitted.
       Band repertoire. Own choice of two or           J191 ($21) Senior – Advanced
       three contrasting pieces. Time limit of 20      J192 ($19) Intermediate – Experienced
       minutes.                                        J193 ($17) Junior – Introductory

BRASS & WOODWINDS –                                    PIANO – COMPETITIVE – JAZZ
N/C – JAZZ STANDARDS                                   STANDARDS
(1) Own choice of one or two pieces.                   (1) Own choice.
(2) Time limit of 10 minutes.                          (2) REPEATS are to be omitted.
J151 ($21) Senior – Advanced                           J201 ($21) Senior – Advanced
J152 ($19) Intermediate – Experienced                  J202 ($19) Intermediate – Experienced
J153 ($17) Junior – Introductory                       J203 ($17) Junior – Introductory

BRASS & WOODWINDS –                                    PIANO – N/C – RAGTIME
COMPETITIVE – JAZZ STANDARDS                           (1) Own choice.
(1) Own choice of one or two pieces.                   (2) REPEATS are to be omitted.
(2) Time limit of 10 minutes.                          J211 ($21) Senior – Advanced
J156 ($21) Senior – Advanced                           J212 ($19) Intermediate – Experienced
J157 ($19) Intermediate – Experienced                  J213 ($17) Junior – Introductory
J158 ($17) Junior – Introductory
                                                       PIANO – COMPETITIVE – RAGTIME
BRASS & WOODWINDS –                                    (1) Own choice.
N/C – RAGTIME                                          (2) REPEATS are to be omitted.
(1) Own choice of one or two pieces.                   J221 ($21) Senior – Advanced
(2) Time limit of 10 minutes.                          J222 ($19) Intermediate – Experienced
J161 ($21) Senior – Advanced                           J223 ($17) Junior – Introductory
J162 ($19) Intermediate – Experienced
J163 ($17) Junior – Introductory                       KEYBOARD/DIGITAL PIANO – NO
                                                       SEQUENCING
BRASS & WOODWINDS –                                    (1) Own choice of one or two contrasting pieces.
COMPETITIVE – RAGTIME                                  (2) Time limit of 5 minutes.
(1) Own choice of one or two pieces.                   (3) NO sequencing is permitted in these classes.
(2) Time limit of 10 minutes.                          J231 ($21) Senior – Advanced
J166 ($21) Senior – Advanced                           J232 ($19) Intermediate – Experienced
J167 ($19) Intermediate – Experienced                  J233 ($17) Junior – Introductory
J168 ($17) Junior – Introductory
                                                       KEYBOARD/DIGITAL PIANO –
GUITAR – N/C – JAZZ STANDARDS                          SEQUENCING
(1) Own choice of one or two pieces.                   (1) Own choice of one or two contrasting pieces.
(2) Time limit of 10 minutes.                          (2) Time limit of 5 minutes.
J171 ($21) Senior – Advanced                           (3) Sequencing MUST be used in these classes.
J172 ($19) Intermediate – Experienced                  J241 ($21) Senior – Advanced
J173 ($17) Junior – Introductory                       J242 ($19) Intermediate – Experienced
                                                       J243 ($17) Junior – Introductory
GUITAR – COMPETITIVE –JAZZ
STANDARDS
(1) Own choice of one or two pieces.
(2) Time limit of 10 minutes.
J181 ($21) Senior – Advanced
J182 ($19) Intermediate – Experienced
J183 ($17) Junior – Introductory




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                                         Piano Resource List
Supplementary List for Concert Group “B” Type

Section 1: Grade 8 & Up (Approximately)
Archer        Four Bagatelles (Gr. 10)                    Jaque          Suite for Piano (No. 1, not 2)
              Six Preludes (Gr. 10)                                      Suite Pour Piano #2
Bartok        Rumanian Christmas Songs: Series 1/2        Kabalevsky     Preludes Op. 38
              Six Rumanian Folk Dances (Gr. 10)                          Six Variations on a Ukranian Folk Song,
              Sonatine (1915)                                            Op. 51, #5
              Sonatina                                                   Sonatina in C+, Op. 13, #1 (Gr. 10)
              Suite Op. 14 (1916)                                        Sonatina in g-, Op. 13, #2 (Gr. 9)
              Three Rondos on Folk Tunes (Gr. 10)         Martin         Eight Preludes
Brahms        Fantasies Op. 116                           Milhaud        Quatres Romances sans Parole
              Piano Pieces Op. 118; Op. 119; Op. 76       Peacock        Bridal Suite
              Three Intermezzi 117                        Pentland       Studies in Line
Bruce         Miniatures for Piano, Book II               Persichetti    Poems, Vols. 1 or 2
Coulthard     Three Bizarre Dances                        Pinto          Scenas Infantis
Debussy       Children‟s Corner                           Poulenc        Improvisations
              Images, Sets 1 or 2                                        Les Villageoises
              Preludes Books 1 or 2                                      Mouvements Perpetuels
              Suite Bergamasque (Gr. 10)                                 Suite Francais
              Suite Pour le Piano                                        Trois Pieces Pour Piano
Delius        Three Preludes (Gr. 10)                                    (Pastorale, Hymn, Toccata)
Duke          Three Pieces After Dalsa (Gr. 9)            Prokofiev      Episodes Op. 12
Eckhardt-                                                                Four Grandmother‟s Tales Op. 31
Gramatte      From My Childhood Vol. 1: 14 Alphabet                      Four Pieces Op. 32
              Pieces                                                     Visions Fugitives, Op 22
              From My Childhood Vol. 2: 14 Character      Rogers         Six Short Preludes on a Tone Row
              Pieces                                      Ravel          Le Tombeau de Couperin
Fergusson     Bagatelles                                                 Miroirs
Franck        Prelude, Chorale, and Fugue                 Satie          Descriptions Automatiques
Gershwin      Three Preludes                              Schoenberg     Drei Klavierstücke, Op. 11
Ginastera     Fantasstücke                                Sessions       From My Diary
              Danzas Argentinas                           Schumann       Fantasiestucke Op. 12
Griffes       Four Roman Sketches (Gr. 10)                               Papillons Op. 2
Grovlez       A Child‟s Garden                                           Scenes From Childhood
              L‟Amanac Aux Images                                        Viennese Carnaval
Hetu          Variations (Berandol)                       Shostakovich   Aphorisms Op. 13
Hill          Three Pieces for Piano                                     Preludes Op. 34
Honegger      Le Cahier Romand                                           Three Fantastic Dances
              Prelude, Arioso, and Fughetta               Somers         Three Sonnets
              Three Pieces                                Southam        Three in Blue (Gr. 8)
Ibert         Les Histoires                               Tcherepnin     Bagatelles Op. 5
                                                          Wuensch        Mini-Suite Nos. 1 or 2 (Gr. 9)
                                                                         Ping Pong Anyone?


Section 2: Grades 1 – 7 (Approximately)
Archer        Eleven Short Pieces                                        24 Easy Pieces...for the Piano (Gr. 1–4)
              Three Miniatures for Piano                  Carroll        Frost Fantasies (Gr. 4)
Bartok        For Children, Vols. 1 or 2                                 Sea Idylls (Gr. 3)
              Ten Easy Pieces                             Chatman        Amusements
Beckwith      Six Mobiles                                 Cherney        Pieces for Young Pianists, Bk. 1
              Suite on Old Tunes                          Coulthard      Four Piano Pieces
Berlin        Animal Friends (Gr. 1)                                     Pieces for the Present
Bortkiewiez   Anderson‟s Fairy Tales                      Danna          Land of Narnia
Bruce         Miniatures for Piano, Book I (Gr. 6–9)                     Nightsongs
              Picture Studies...for the Piano (Gr. 3–5)

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Eckhardt-                                                       Gretchaninoff     A Child‟s Day Op. 109
Gramatte          From My Childhood, Vol. 1: 14 Alphabet                          Children‟s Book Op. 8
                  Pieces                                                          Glass Beads, Op. 123
                  From My Childhood, Vol. 2: 14 Character       Ibert             Petite Suite
                  Pieces                                        Joachim           Twelve, 12-Tone Pieces for Children
Faith             Finger Paintings                              Johnston          First Suite for Piano
Fleming           Bag O‟ Tricks                                                   Second Suite for Piano
                  Four Modernistics                             Kabalevsky        Fifteen Children‟s Pieces Op. 27
Gardiner          Short Circuits                                                  Four Rondos Op. 60
Grieg             Lyric Pieces, Op. 38; Op. 43                                    Twenty Four Little Pieces Op. 39
Khatchaturian     Adventures of Ivan                            Schumann          Album for the Young, Op.68
Menotti           Poemetti                                                        Children‟s Sonata, Op. 118a
Milhaud           A Child Loves                                 Shostakovich      Six Children‟s Pieces
Nakada            Japanese Festival, pg. 12-31                  Starer            Sketches in Colour, Sets 1 or 2
Niamath           A Zoo For You                                 Stravinsky        Piano Music for Children, Vol. 1 or 2
Niemann           Im Kinderland Op. 46                          Tansman           Pour Les Enfants, Sets 1 or 3
Pinto             Children‟s Festival                           Tchaikovsky       Album for the Young, Op. 39
Previn            Impressions for Piano                         Turina            Miniatures
Prokofiev         Children‟s Pieces                             Vanier            Cinq Pieces Pour Enfants
                                                                Wood              Little Suite (Gr. 4)



Supplementary List for Concerto Classes
Note: This is a RESOURCE LIST of selected Junior and Intermediate concerti. It is not meant to be all-inclusive in nature.

Anson             Miniature Concerto
Asch              Concertino                                                 Hal Leonard
                  Concertino #2                                              Hal Leonard
J C Bach          Concerto in Eb+
                  Concerto in Bb+, Op 13,, #4 (Second mvmt)
                  Concerto in A+                                             Peters #4467
                  Concerto in f-, First Mvmt                                 Kalmus
Berkovich         Concerto, Op 44                                            CMC
Boykin            Concerto in F+                                             AMP $156
Bozza             Sicilienne eet Rondo
Carre             Concertino
Dupont            Concertino
Haydn             Little Concerto (Concerto Piccolo), complete               Boston #13227
                  Concerto in C+, First or Third mvmt                        B & H #17795
                  Concertino D+, First or Third mvmt                         Peters #4353
                  Concertino for Piano – ed J Haroutounian                   Kips WP301
Kabalevsky        Concerto #3, Op 50 (Youth Concerto), First or Third mvmt   International
                  Rhapsody on a Theme of School Years
Kasschau          Concerto Americana                                         AMP
                  Concerto in C+                                             AMP
                  Country Concerto                                           Schirmer
Kraehenbuehl      Rhapsody in Rock (complete)                                C Fischer
P Lantier         Concertinetto
Mendelssohn       Concerto #2 in d-, Op 40, Second mvmt                      Belwin Mills – Kalmus Piano Series #9515
Mozart            Concerto in F+, First or Third mvmt, K413                  Peters
                  Concerto in A+, First or Third mvmt, K414                  Kalmus
Olson             Celebration OR Parade from Celebration,
                  A Youth Concerto for Piano & Rhythm Ensemble
                  (2 piano version)                                          Alfred
Polunin           Concertino in a-, First mvmt                               CMC
Rowley            Miniature Concerto, First or Third mvmt                    B & H #8468
Rzayev            Concertino                                                 CMC
Shostakovich      Concerto #2, Op 102, Second mvmt                           International
                  Concertino, Op 94                                          Sikorski #2185
Silvanski         Petit concerto, First mvmt                                 CMC
J Thompson        Concertina in e- (Little Concerto), complete               Willis #8923
                  Concerto Americana                                         Willis #8922
                  Concerto in d-                                             Willis #8267

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R Vandall          Concerto in G+                                               Bradley Publications BP #3124
Jean Williams      Concerto in C+                                               AMP
                   Fourth Concerto in C+                                        AMP
                   Concerto in a-, First or Third mvmt                          AMP#150
                   Concerto in F+                                               AMP
                   Concerto in g-



Supplementary List of Canadian Compositions
Note: This is a RESOURCE LIST of selected Canadian Compositions. It is not meant to be all inclusive in nature.

GRADE 1
V. Archer       Eleven Short Pieces: No. 1:                PIC    D. Ouchterlony Kickin‟ Stones                    HFS/2
                Little Prelude                                    L.Paterson     Pianimals                         Harris
B. Berlin       Marching Trumpets;                       Harris   B. Pentland    Three Pairs: Slow Song          Berandol
                Orange and Lemons;                                C. Poole       Fleas                          RCM 2/88
                The Swiss Cuckoo;                                                Parade                           HPC/2b
                Animal Friends: The Sleepy Kitten                                Sparks                           HPC/2b
A. Crosby       Freddie the Frog;                        Harris   C. Tan         A Child‟s Garden of Verses        Harris
                In My Dreams                                      N. Telfer      I‟m Not Scared                    Harris
J. Coulthard    MOOT, Vol. 1: Alexa‟s Music Box                   H Willan       Tempo di Menuetto              Thompson
D. Duke         MOOT, Vol. 1: March (Lydian Mode)
J. Hansen       MOOT, Vol. 1: Aeolian Lullaby;                    GRADE 3
                Pussies in the Well                               V. Archer    Eleven Short Pieces: No. 9
F. Hunten       A Song in the Woods                      Harris                OR No. 10                               PIC
T. Kenins       Play                                                           Here and Now: Haunted Cave;
E. Marsden      The Itchy Ant                                                  Waltzing                               ECK
W. McAuley      Mood Sketches                                     B. Berlin    The Haunted Castle                RCM 3/88
L. Niamath      A Zoo for You: Bears                              W. Buczynski The Rhinoceros
                Soda Pop and Other Delights:                      C. Champagn Petit Scherzo
                Hide and Seek;                                    J. Coulthard Early Pieces for Piano:                CMC
                March of the Terrible Trolls;                                  No. 6: The Sad Story
                All Year Round                           Harris                No. 9: A Happy Day
L. Paterson     Pianimals                                Harris                MOOT, Vol. 1: A Little Joke
C. Poole        Cobwebs;                                          A. Crosby    In My Dreams                          Harris
                Mist;                                             D. Duke      MOOT, Vol. 3: Gargoyle‟s Delight
                Peter Pan‟s Tinker Bell                  Harris   J. Hansen    MOOT, Vol. 3: Nursery Delight
C. Tan          A Child‟s Garden of Verses                        O. Joachim 12 Twelve-Tone Pieces                Berandol
                Harris                                                         for Piano: Any one
                                                                  R. Johnston First Suite for Piano: Shhh!
GRADE 2                                                                        & See the Fairies Go
V. Archer       Eleven Short Pieces: No. 3            PIC         M. Kymlicka Simple Music for Piano, Bk. 1:
J. Beckwith     Six Mobiles, Vol. 1: Drone Waltz Berandol                      Shoemaker‟s Song & Kites             Cantus
B. Berlin       March of the Goblins;                             M. Kymlicka Fanfare
                The Merry-go-Round                  Harris                     Simple Music for Piano,
S. Chatman      Amusements, Bk. 1:                                             Bk. 2: Melody
                Monkey Business;                                  E. Moss      Little Lamb                          HFS/3
                Space Shoes; Lazy Day                CMC          W. Mould     Kangaroo                              Harris
J. Coulthard    Early Pieces for Piano: No. 3:                    L. Niamath   A Zoo for You: Turtle                 Harris
                The Song of the Shepherdess          CMC          L Paterson   Pianimals                             Harris
                MOOT, Vol. 1: First Little Dance                  B. Pentland Music of Now, Vol 1: Fanfare
                (Lavender‟s Blue)                                              Music of Now, Vol. 2: Lullaby;
                MOOT, Vol. 2: Grandmother‟s                                    Floating; Bells; Changing Meters;
                Nonsense Song;                                                 Wistful Waltz; Bouncing Ball;
                Lullaby for a Baby Seal;                                       Storm
                The Sailor Boy                                    C. Rogers    20 Short Pieces for Piano: No. 11
                MOOT, Vol. 3: The Whale‟s Sad Story                                                                ACNMP
D. Duke         MOOT, Vol. 2: The Cathedral in the Snow           N. Telfer    I‟m Not Scared                        Harris
                MOOT, Vol. 3: Butterflies                         Watson-
R. Fleming      Go to Sleep AND Wake Up             Harris        Henderson    Six Miniatures for Piano:
P. Holt         Skating;                                                       Lullaby in Black and White             CMC
                The Farmer‟s in the Dell            Harris        H. Willan    Alla Marcia                       Thompson
L. Niamath      A Zoo for You: Penguins             Harris                     Peter Enjoys a Swing                HPC/3b

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G. Wuensch Valse de Salon                                                    OR No. 9 AND 10
                                                              R. Fleming     Bag-O-Tricks: No. 1                Waterloo
GRADE 4                                                       A. Gagnon      Eaux-Fortes: Le Loup-garou           Yppan
V. Archer      Eleven Short Pieces: No. 4                     R. Godden      The Hiker‟s Song                     HFS/4
               OR No. 5                                PIC    J. Hansen      MOOT, Vol. 5: Traffic; Invention;
               Here and Now: Small Steps;                                    The Chase; Waltz;
               Quiet Moments                          CMC                    The Haunted Staircase
W. Buczynski 8 Epigrams for Young Pianists:          B&H      P. Holt        A Sauntering Tune;
               Any ONE of No. 1 to 5                                         March of the Penguins              Berandol
F. Caton       Twilight                              Harris   R. Jaque       Puppet; Rustic Dance
S. Chatman Amusements, Bk. 2: Broken Music;                   W. Kemp        Five Latvian Folk Pieces:
               Copycat; Leapfrog                                             No. 1 OR No. 2                     Waterloo
B. Cherney Pieces for Young Pianists,               Jaymar    T. Kenins      Little March; Tenderness; Twilight    Harris
               Bk. 1: No. 2                                   M. Kymlicka Simple Music for Piano,
J. Coulthard Four Piano Pieces: On the Lawn; Berandol                        Bk. 2: Gwumps                        Cantus
               Pleading                                       D. Ouchterlony Teasing Ostinato                     HFS/5
D. Duke        MOOT, Vol. 2: Cathedral in the Snow;           J. Papineau-
               A Beastly Promenade                            Couture        Aria                               Berandol
               MOOT, Vol. 3: Eskimo Song                      C. Ridout      Prelude in F                      Thompson
               MOOT, Vol. 4: Barcarolle                       R. Watson-
G. Fiala       Horizons, Vol. 1: Mood in the                  Henderson      Six Miniatures for Piano:
               Dorian Mode                                                   Waterfall; Tag                         CMC
M. Hildebrand Tunes on the White Keys:             ACNMP      G. Wuensch Two Bagatelles: either ONE                Leeds
               Whistling                                                     Twelve Glimpses into 20th Century
R. Jaque       Le Petit Ane Gris                 Thompson                    Idioms: La Danse a Quinte
W. Kemp        Five Latvian Folk Pieces: No. 3: Waterloo                     A Winter Foursome:
               Second Song in Five                                           Walking on Ice                     Waterloo
M. Kymlicka Simple Music for Piano,                 Cantus
               Bk. 1: Squeeze Box                             GRADE 6
               Simple Music for Piano,                        V. Archer      Three Scenes: Church Scene        Berandol
               Bk. 2: Floppy Doll; Spring Thaw                               Eleven Short Pieces: No. 11            PIC
D. Laumes      Huit Pieces Pour Piano,            Berandol                   Three Miniatures: No. 1           Waterloo
                                                                                            nd
               Premiere Series                                J. Beckwith Six Mobiles, 2 set: any three        Berandol
               Pierrot et Columbine                           K. Bissell     Rondo
E. Moss        Calypso Boy                           Harris   W. Buczynski Minuet (Satire)                        Harris
D. Ouchterlony A Little Waltz                        HFS/5                   Three Piano Pieces: Solitude;
P. Pentland Music of Now, Vol. 3                                             The Crooked Witch                    Harris
               Aubade; Lines Crossing; 10 for 10, No. 5;                     Eight Epigrams: No. 8: Tip-Toe       B&H
               Three Pairs: any ONE pair                      S. Chatman Amusements, Bk. 2: Popping Corn           CMC
A. Southam Cool Blue & Red Hot                        CMC                    Amusements, Bk. 3: Sneaky
Watson-                                                       B. Cherney Pieces for Young Pianists,
Henderson      Six Miniatures for Piano: Dancing                             Bk. 2: No. 1                        Jaymar
               Marionettes; Jumping Jack              CMC                    Six Miniatures for Piano: No. 4     Jaymar
Various                                                       J. Coulthard Four Piano Pieces: Little Song
Composers MOOT, Vol. 4: any ONE                                              of Long Ago                       Berandol
                                                                             Pieces for the Present: Where the
GRADE 5                                                                      Trade Winds Blow
V. Archer    Eleven Short Pieces: No. 6;                                     MOOT, Vol. 5: The Rocking Chair
             No. 7; or No. 8                        PIC                      MOOT, Vol. 6: Prelude
             Three Scenes: Jig                  Berandol      S. Dolin       A Slightly Round Square Dance Berandol
L. Applebaum Horizons, Vol. 1: Keep Moving                    D. Duke        MOOT, Vol. 6: Sarabande; Invention
M. Burston   Two Easy Pieces: Summer Evening;                 R. Fleming     Bag-O-Tricks: No. 2 OR No. 3      Waterloo
             Bear Dance                 ACNMP Toronto                        Four Modernistics: Marching           CMC
S. Chatman Amusements, Bk. 2: Freak-Out            CMC                       Three Piano Pieces: Rocking Song Harris
             Amusements, Bk. 3: Catnip Fit;                   S. Glick       Four Preludes: No. 2             Thompson
             Eagle‟s Flight; Game of Hypnosis                 E. Harris      Modal Miniatures: No. 4 OR
B. Cherney Horizons, Vol. 1: Elegy for                                       No. 12                            Waterloo
             a Misty Afternoon                  Waterloo      R. Jaque       Jesting                           Berandol
J. Coulthard MOOT, Vol. 5: Cello Threnody;                                   Games                            Thompson
             The Happy Photographer                           W. Kemp        Five Latvian Folk Pieces: No. 4
             MOOT, Vol. 6: Star-Gazing                                       OR No. 5                          Waterloo
D. Duke      MOOT, Vol. 5: The Unicorn‟s Pavane               T. Kenins      Toccata-Dance                        Harris
G. Fiala     Miniature Suite: Almost a Waltz                  D. Ouchterlony A Little Waltz                       Harris
             Ten Postludes, Op. 7: No. 1, 2, 3,               J. Papineau-
             6, 8: any ONE OR No. 4 AND 5;                    Couture        Aria                              Berandol

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C. Poole       The Enchanted Fountain               Harris   S. Eckhardt-
A. Southam     Slow Music IV; Sonocycles I           CMC     Gramatte     From my Childhood, Vol. 1:
N. Telfer      Puzzle                                CMC                  “E”: Etude                        Waterloo
R. Watson-                                                   G. Fiala     Ten Postludes: No. II OR VI
Henderson      Six Miniatures for Piano: Toccatina ACNMP                  OR VIII                           Waterloo
G. Wuensch     A Winter Foursome: No. 1:                     R. Fleming   Toccatina; Trick March
               Frosted Windows                    Waterloo   S. Glick     Song & Caprice: Caprice ONLY Thompson
               Mini-Suite #1: A Sad Song         Thompson    J. Hansen    MOOT, Vol. 8: Nocturne
               Twelve Glimpses into                          D. Healey    Twelve Preludes: “B flat” OR “B”    Jaymar
               20th Century Idioms: Invention;      Leeds    P. Holt      Scherzo (Riding a Bicycle)           HFS/8
               a Valse en Tierces Majures;          Leeds    R. Jaque     Toccata (On the White Keys)      Thompson
               Quick March in Minor Sixths          Leeds                 Two Two-Part Inventions: either ONE
                                                             T. Kenins    The West Wind                        Harris
GRADE 7                                                                   Diversities: Any ONE
V. Archer      Six Preludes: Prelude 5           Waterloo                 EXCEPT #1 OR #6                  Thompson
K. Bissel      Prelude #3                         HSF/7       T. Kenins   Meet Canadian Composers at
B. Berlin      Meet Canadian Composers at                                 the Piano:                       Thompson
               the Piano: In the Grotto       Thompson                    Little Romance
B. Cherney     Six Miniatures: No. 3             Jaymar      G. McKinnon Surging                             ACNMP
J. Coulthard   MOOT, Vol 7: Quiet Song                       B. Pentland Lone Traveller
M. Danna       Nightsongs: Night by the Lake      Harris     C. Pepin     Pieces Faciles Pour Piano; Prelude
D. Duke        MOOT, Vol. 7: Seagulls                                     En Do                                 ECP
S. Eckhardt-                                                 C. Rogers    Prelude for Piano                  ACNMP
Gramatte     From my Childhood, Vol. 1:       Thompson       A. Southam Three in Blue: Any ONE              Berandol
             “P”: Poissarde (Fisherwoman)                    N. Telfer    Fantasy                               CMC
A. Eggleston Horizons, Vol. 2: Hurry! Hurry!                 G. Wuensch Twelve Glimpses into 20th
             Hurry!                            Waterloo                   Century Idioms: Oliver‟s Twist       Leeds
R. Fleming   Bag-O-Tricks: No. 4               Waterloo                   Horizons, Vol. 2: Les Accords
M. Gardiner Short Circuits: Any ONE             ACNMP                     Pas En Accord                     Waterloo
R. Godden    Vespers                              Harris                  Spectrum: Study in Mixolydian Thompson
J. Hansen    MOOT, Vol. 7: Deux Danses
             Fantastiques: either ONE                        GRADE 9
D. Healey    Twelve Preludes: “D” OR “C sharp” Jaymar        V. Archer    Four Bagatelles: ONE of #2, #3,
R. Jaque     Lutin (Mischief)                                             or #4                            Waterloo
             Hour of Anguish                    HPC/7b       E. Bartley   Two Dances: No. 1 only           Berandol
T. Kenins    Rondino                                         M. Burston   Three Moods: complete             ACNMP
             Diversities: No. 1                    CMC       J. Coulthard Prelude No. 1 (Leggiero)         Berandol
E. Marsden Nocturne                               HFS/7                   MOOT, Vol. 7: Lyric Sonatina
B. Pentland Hands Across the C: 1. Sparks;                                (complete)
             2. Seashore                       Waterloo                   MOOT, Vol. 8: Seascapes:
             Space Studies: Frolic; In Space;                             EITHER Early May Morning OR
             Beeps                             Waterloo                   White Caps
M. Saint-                                                    D. Duke      MOOT, Vol. 8: Three Pieces,
Marcoux      Doreanes: Brouillard Epais            CMC                    after Dalza; complete
A. Southam Slow Music X                            CMC       G. Fiala     Sonatina, Op. 1: complete        Berandol
             Soundspinning V                                 M. Gardiner Modicums, No. III: Night Sounds    ACNMP
G. Wuensch Twelve Glimpses into 20th Century                              Footloose                            Harris
             Idioms: Beatles                      Leeds      R. Godden    Chorale with Variants (Welsh Chorale)Harris
                                                             M. Horwood Canada Music Week Silver
GRADE 8                                                                   Anniversary Collection           Waterloo
V. Archer      Four Bagatelles: No. 1            Waterloo                 Traffic (Landscape #3)
J. Beckwith    Horizons, Vol. 2: White – Black               T. Kenins    Diversities: Any TWO, except
B. Cherney     Six Miniatures for Piano: No. 2                            Nos. 1 and 6                          CMC
                                                                                          nd  rd
               OR No. 6                            Jaymar    M. Kymlicka Sonatina #1: 2 & 3 mvmts.           Cantus
J. Coulthard   White Caps                        Berandol    A. Louie     Music for Piano: Any ONE              CMC
               MOOT, Vol. 8: The Lonely Shore                O. Morawetz 4 Piano Pieces by Canadian
               Early Pieces for Piano: No. 10:                            Composers
               The Rider on the Plain                CMC                  Scherzino                            Harris
               Pieces for the Present: Far Above             F. Morel     Ronde Enfantine                  Berandol
               the Clouds                        Waterloo    B. Pentland Interlude                         Waterloo
G. Coutts      Mazurka                          Thompson                  Arctica: Ice Floe AND Thaw OR         CMC
M. Danna       Shadows                              Harris                Snowy Owl AND Tuktu
S. Dolin       Little Toccata                    Berandol    C. Pepin     The Nose                             Harris
D. Duke        MOOT, Vol. 8: Two Sentimental                 R. Schafer   Polytonality
               Waltzes: either ONE

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J. Weinzweig Toccata Dance                   International   J. Coulthard MOOT, Vol. 8: Sonatinas
             14 Piano Pieces by Canadian                                  (Seascapes): complete
             Composers                              Harris                Four Etudes: Any ONE
             Waltzling                                                    Free Variations on the name BACH Novello
G. Wuensch Minisuite #1: Prelude OR                                       Sonata for Piano (1947-48):
             Tarantella                        Thompson                   First mvmt.                      Berandol
             Minisuite #2: Prelude K                         D. Duke      Piano Sonatina: complete         Waterloo
             Spectrum: Rubato (Little Suite #3) - #19        G. Fiala     Toccata                         Thompson
             Six Little Etudes for Piano:                    S. Gellman   Fantasy on a Theme by
             Four Against Three                  Waterloo                 Robert Schumann                     CMC
                                                             P. Gougeon Plaisir d‟Amour                       CMC
GRADE 10                                                     O. Hetu      Ballade                         Doberman
V. Archer   Six Preludes: No. 1 OR No. 6      Waterloo                    Petite Suite: complete             Yppan
J. CoulthardMOOT, Vol. 8: Three Bizarre                                   Prelude and Danse               Doberman
            Dances: complete                                              Variations                       Berandol
S. Dolin    Prelude for John Weinzweig         Drakkar       R. Jaque     Suite Pour Piano: complete       Berandol
                        st    nd
R. Fleming  Sonatina: 1 OR 2 mvmt           Thompson                      Deuzieme Suite: complete         Berandol
R. Matton   Trois Preludes: No. 2 ONLY           Yppan       O. Joachim L‟Eclosion                         Berandol
O. Morawetz Ten Pieces for Piano: Prelude No. 1;             T. Kenins    Sonata: complete
            Prelude No. 9                                    M. Kymlicka Five Preludes for Piano: complete Cantus
B. Pentland Shadows (Ombres)                  Waterloo                    Sonatina #1
C. Pepin    Trois Pieces Pour La Legen                       E. Miller    Minnemata                         ACNMP
            deDoree: complete          From Composer         O. Morawetz Scherzo                             B&H
            Etude Atlantique                      CPE                     Fantasy, Elegy & Toccata:
            Toccate No. 3                                                 Toccata ONLY
R. Somers   Strangeness of Heart              Berandol       F. Morel     Etudes de Sonorite: No. 2        Berandol
R. Tremain  Three Inventions: No. 1 ONLY       ACNMP         J. Papineau-
G. Wuensch Spectrum: Reading Study II (#25)                  Couture      Suite pour Piano : Rondo         Berandol
            AND Toccata (#27)               Thompson                      Nuit                               Yppan
                                                             B. Pentland Ephemera: complete                Waterloo
ARCT & ABOVE                                                              Toccata                          Berandol
I. Anhalt    Fantasia                            Berandol                 Vincula                             CMC
V. Archer    Four Bagatelles: complete           Waterloo    A. Prevost   Improvisation                      Yppan
             Sonata #2: complete                 Waterloo    A. Southam Four Bagatelles: complete          Berandol
J. Beckwith Etudes: any TWO                         CMC                   Rivers, First set: choose ONE       CMC
                                                                                   nd
W. Buczynski Aria AND Toccata; Amorphous            CMC                   Rivers, 2 set: choose ONE           CMC
P. Cardy     The Masks of Astarte                   CMC                   Glass Houses: choose ONE            CMC
C. Champagne Quadrilha Brasiliera                Berandol                 Soundings for a New Piano: any
C. Crawley   Aubade; Naditas: Any THREE                                   FOUR or FIVE                        CMC
             Toccatas: Any THREE                    CMC      M. Saint-
                                                             Marcoux      Mandala III                         CMC
                                                             H. Somers    Three Sonnets: complete          Berandol
                                                             M. Surdin    Fragmentations: any TWO           ACNMP
                                                             G. Wuensch Spectrum: Symbiosis (#30)         Thompson




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Supplementary List of Duet Books
Note: This is a resource list of selected duet compositions. It is not meant to be all-inclusive in nature. Duets
have been unofficially graded to assist in library search. Titles appearing more than once may be used at
difference grade levels. (* indicates single composition).

Primer
C. Barratt    Chester‟s Piano Duets, vol. 1                   E. Moy       *Country Gardens, Celebrated Morris Dance
              Chester/Beethoven/                                                                              Lengnick
              Fifteen Little Dances            Universal                   Music of Our Time, Bk. 1-7 (various duets)
B. Berlin     Our First Duets for the Piano           FH                                                         KJOS
J. Blake      Eight Duets for Beginners            B&H        L. Paterson Nothing Up My Sleeve                   Harris
C. Harris     Nine Easy Duets for Piano Warren & Phillips     Poole (Cdn.) *Hippopotamus Hornpipe                  FH
N. Nickson    You and I, Piano Duets                  FH      Proctor      *On the Road                    Elkan-Vogel
W. & C.                                                       O. Schwalm Young Musicians, Vol. 174            Schirmer
Noona         Duet Performer vol. 1               Heritage    C. Tsitsaros Songs and Dances                      Harris
J.R. Poe      Noah‟s Ark- 7 duets                   KJOS      R.D. Vandall Seven Canon Duets                     Willis
J. Schaum     Duet Album, Bk. 1                    Belwin     Wohlfahrt    The Musical Children‟s Friend, Op. 87
                                                                                                              Schirmer
Elementary                                                    ed Zeitlin &
D. Alexander Piano Duet Books, Level 1-3             Alfred   Goldberger The Duet book I & II from First Piano Library
arr. B. Barber Favorite Nursery Rhymes & Melodies                                                         Consolidated
                                          Summy-Birchard
Bastien        Duet Favorites, Level 1-4      KJOS West       Grade 3
H. Bramsen Duets Around the World                     B&H     20th Cent     Easiest Piano Duets for Beginners Peters
Diller-Quaile First Duet Book                    Schirmer     arr. D. Agay  The Joy of Piano Duets
J. George      Two at One Piano, Bk. 1 & 2                                                    Yorktown Music Press Inc.
                                          Summy-Birchard      Aitkens       *Lazybones Blue                       Willis
J. George      Kaleidoscope Duets, Bk. 1-5           Alfred   J. Andriessen Kathenka‟s Muziekboek
Glover         Piano Duets - Level 1-6        Belwin Mills                                     Broekmans & Van Poppel
R. Grove       Couples Only               Summy-Birchard      J. Brimhall   Classical Duets for Piano Bk. 1       BIG 3
C. Harris      The Young Duetists, Bk. 1-4                    M. Ewing      Three Duets from Other Lands            FH
                                         Warren & Phillips    arr. D. Gray Classical Duets fro Piano, BK. 1-2      B&H
B. Kirby-                                                     E.M. Lee      Alice in Wonderland, Bk. 1-2         Oxford
Mason          It‟s Time for Duets                    B&H     F. Mills      Piano Duets (Music Box Dancer)        KJOS
A. Small       20 Favorites for Two Pianos    Claire Music    arr..E.McLean Music of Our Time, Bk. 1-7 (various duets)
Waterman       Piano Playtime, Bk. 1&2                        L. Niamath    Outer Limits                            FH
                                        Faber & Harewood      C. Norton     Microjazz Piano Duets I                B&H
                                                              B. Pentland *Puppet-Show                      BMI Canada
Grade 1                                                       J.H. Rogers Alpine Song                             Willis
20th Cent.    Easiest Piano Duets for Beginners Peters        O. Schwalm Young Musicians, Vol. 174             Schirmer
J. Brimhall   Classical Duets for Piano Bk. 1      BIG 3      R.D. Vandall Seven Canon Duets                      Willis
D. Karp       *Ride of the Indians            Schmitt Hall    W. Walton     Duets for Children, Bk. 1&2          Oxford
D. Karp       Fifth Avenue Parade                 Pro Art     Wohlfahrt     The Musical Children‟s Friend, Op. 87
J. Last       Two and a Piano, Sets 1-5           Oxford                                                       Schirmer
McSween       *My Shadow                          Pro Art     ed Zeitlin &
arr. E.McLean Music of Our Time, Bk. 1-7           KJOS       Goldberger The Duet Book I & II from First Piano Library
              (various duets)                                                                              Consolidated
O. Schwalm Young Musicians, Vol. 174            Schirmer
arr.. Small   Very First Duet Piano Book           Alfred     Grade 4
arr Wuensch Canaduets                                B&H      Classical
                                                              Masters       Favorite Piano Duets for Beginners,#5148
Grade 2                                                                                                         Peters
20th Cent.    Easiest Piano Duets for beginners    Peters     arr. D. Agay The Joy of Piano Duets             Yorktown
J. Brimhall   Classical Duets for Piano Bk. 1       BIG 3     J. Andriessen Kathenka‟s Muziekboek
Diabelli      Favorite Piano Duets for Beginners Peters                                       Broekmans & Van Poppel
M. Ewing      Three Duets from Other Lands             FH     S. Chatman Blues and Bells                         Harris
              First Piano Library, The Duet Book 2            Diabelli      Favorite Piano Duets for Beginners Peters
              Consolidated                                                  Selected Melodies from Op. 149
D. Karp       *Holiday Time                        Pro Art    R. Graham     *Shepherd‟s Suite              Elkan-Vogel
              Fifth Avenue Parade                  Pro Art    arr. D. Gray Classical Duets for Piano, Bk. 1-2     B&H
J. Last       Two and a Piano, Sets 1-5            Oxford     S. Goud       Off-Balance Duets                    Harris
McSween       *My Shadow                           Pro Art    L. Niamath    Outer Limits                            FH


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C. Norton      Microjazz Piano Duets I                B&H     Ouchterlony
L. Paterson    Too Cool                              Harris   (Cdn.)         *Jogging Along                        FH
B. Pentland    *Puppet-Show                   BMI Canada      Schoenberg     6 Pieces for 4 Hands              Belmont
J.H. Rogers    Alpine Song                           Willis
O. Schwalm     Young Musicians, Vol 17            Schirmer    Grade 7
R.D. Vandall   Seven Canon Duets                     Willis                Piano Duets (various)               Amsco
Wohlfahrt      The Musical Children‟s Friend, Op. 87          J.S. Bach    Favorite Piano Duets for Beginners Peters
                                                  Schirmer    Diabelli     Favorite Piano Duets for Beginners, Peters
                                                                           Selected Melodies from Op. 149
Grade 5                                                       G. Faure     Dolly - Suite for 4 Hands
Classical                                                                                      Broekmans & Van Poppel
Masters        Favorite Piano Duets for Beginners, #5148      arr. Gunther Schumann for Two, Bk. II, Op. 15,
                                                    Peters                 Selections                      Belwin Mills
arr. D. Agay The Joy of Piano Duets              Yorktown     Kabalevsky *Waltz from “The Comedians”             Willis
arr. L.J. Beer Musik aus alten Tagen             Universal    L. Lambert   *When Johnny Comes Marching Home
               (Music from Bygone Days)                                    Pro Art
J. Brahms      Favorite Piano Duets for Beginners Peters      Mendelssohn *Hunting Song, Op. 19, #3              Willis
Diabelli       Favorite Piano Duets for Beginners, Peters     Moszkowski Spanish Dances                         Peters
               Selected Melodies from Op. 149                 W. Mozart    Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, K.525       Kalmus
Gliere         *Rondo in G                           Willis   W. Mozart    Romance from Eine Kleine Nachtmusik
R. Graham      *Shepherd‟s Suite              Elkan-Vogel     (arr. Geehl)                                E. Ashdown
A.W. Ketelbey *In a Monastery Garden          E. Ashdown      F. Schubert Military March, Op. 52, #1           Fischer
W. Mozart      Easy Sonatinas (2), #4456            Peters    Tschaikovsky *Dance of the Candy-Fairy from
C. Norton      Microjazz Piano Duets II              B&H                   “The Nutcracker” (2 piano)        Schirmer
Ouchterlony
(Cdn)          *Jogging Along                          FH     Grade 8
Tchaikovsky                                                   Barber      Souvenirs Ballet Suite Op. 2      Schirmer
(arr. Gunther) *Polka                                Willis   arr. GuntherSchumann for two, Book II, Op. 15, Selections
                                                                          Belwin Mills
Grade 6                                                       Kabalevsky *Waltz from “The Comedians”            Willis
arr. D. Agy   The Joy of Piano Duets            Yorktown      Mendelssohn *Hunting Song, Op. 19, #3             Willis
J. Brahms     Favorite Piano Duets for Beginners Peters       Moszkowski Spanish Dances                       Peters
C. Crawley    Four Ineasy Pieces                   Harris
Diabelli      Favorite Piano Duets for Beginners Peters       Grade 9
              Selected Melodies from Op. 149                  Barber         Souvenirs Ballet Suite, Op. 28  Schirmer
              Pleasures of Youth, Op. 163       Schirmer      Prokofiev      *March from “Love of Three Oranges” Willis
G. Faure      Dolly-Suite for 4 Hands
                                 Broekmans & Van Poppel       Grade 10
Gliere        *Rondo in G                           Willis    Beethoven      Symphonies Book 1 (#1-5), Bk. 2 (#6-9)
R. Graham     *Shepherd‟s Suite              Elkan-Vogel                                                       Schirmer
arr. Gunther Schumann for Two, Bk. II, Op. 15, Selections     Prokofiev      *March from “Love of Three Oranges” Willis
              Belwin Mills                                    Riegger        Evocation                Peer International
A.W. Ketelbey In a Monastery Garden          E. Ashdown
L. Lambert    *When Johnny Comes Marching Home                ARCT
                                                  Pro Art     Beethoven      Complete String Quartets, Op. 18 & Op. 59
W. Mozart      Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, K.525     Kalmus                                                           Dover
ed M. Nevin Three B‟s (Bach, Beethoven, Brahms)               Beethoven      Symphonies Bk. I (#105), Bk. 2(#6-9)
              for two Players                       Willis                                                     Schirmer
C. Norton     Microjazz Piano Duets II              B&H       Riegger        Evocation                Peer International
                                                              Schubert       Original-Kompositionen Band III      Peters




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