Graded repertoire: Favourite pieces from the AMEB Manual List - Kabalevsky

Collections of graded repertoire can be a very cost effective way for students to learn a wide range of pieces of varying levels, without their having to purchase many different anthologies or books. This is the second post in a series of posts about collections of pieces I use in my studio and where they fit into the AMEB syllabus. You can read the previous post here. Kabalevsky’s 30 Children’s Pieces Op 27 is a favourite volume in my studio. The students enjoy the great variety of pieces and the book is excellent value for money for parents, as there are pieces from grades one to five, and almost every piece in the book is in the AMEB syllabus. Several of them appear only in the AMEB grade

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