Keys Grade 5

The essential syllabus for the aspiring, contemporary keyboardist. Keys Grade 5 will provide you with everything you need for your Grade 5 exam, including a diverse range of repertoire, a truly innovative range of supporting tests and a vast array of professionally recorded backing tracks and audio examples.

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The digital version includes the book (PDF format), all tracks and supporting tests. The digital version + Replay additionally includes the Replay interactive sheet music player. Learn more about your purchasing options.

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Complete Digital Audio Book PDF Sheet Music, Audio Files and Supporting Tests £13.99 Add to Cart
Complete Digital Audio Book + Replay PDF Sheet Music, Audio Files, Supporting Tests and Replay (Interactive Sheet Music Player) £15.99 Add to Cart
24k Magic Track 1 of 6 £3.99 Add to Cart
Man In The Mirror Track 2 of 6 £3.99 Add to Cart
Fireflies Track 3 of 6 £3.99 Add to Cart
Teardrop Track 4 of 6 £3.99 Add to Cart
A Thousand Miles Track 5 of 6 £3.99 Add to Cart
You've Got A Friend In Me Track 6 of 6 £3.99 Add to Cart
Supporting Tests Tests and Audio Files £4.49 Add to Cart

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Keys Grade 5 features:

  • Songs from Rock and Pop, Jazz, Blues and Soul, Film and Musical Theatre
  • Professional backing tracks for pieces and supporting tests
  • Downloadable audio
  • Fact files

Plus

  • Ear Tests
  • Technical Exercises
  • Sight Reading Examples
  • Improvisation and Interpretation Examples
  • General Musicianship Questions
  • Bruno Mars - '24k Magic'
  • Michael jackson - 'Man In The Mirror'
  • Owl City - 'Fireflies'
  • Lyle Lovett and Randy Newman - 'You’ve Got A Friend In Me'
  • Vanessa Carlton - 'A Thousand Miles'
  • Massive Attack - 'Teardrop'
Pages 46 - 53
Technical Exercises: Group A Scales, 17.Chromatic Scale - The text for this exercise has been updated to "starting on any white key chosen by the examiner, example given in B (three octaves, two octave example shown)" (Updated 2 July 2019)