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The Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music Theory of Music Examinations GRADE 5 1994 Theory Paper Grade 5 1994 A Duration 2 hours Candidates should answer ALL questions. Write your answers on this paper — no others will be accepted. Answers must be written clearly and neatly — otherwise marks may be lost. (a) Add the correct time signature and the missing bar-line to each of the following, which begin with a complete bar, (b) Complete the final bar of (ii) with a rest or rests. Suravinsky, The Rie of Sprint se, (oa tar @ n__*_ (© Boosey & Hawkes Music Publishers td reprinted by permission Coreli, ‘Christmas’ Concerto @ 2 Write a four-bar rhythm in § time. Include the following groups of notes in your rhythm: TT ana FTI 4 4 (@ Write the named key signatures fa Eb minor F# major (©) Write the harmonic minor scale with the given key signature, ascending one octave, using semibreves. Remember to add any necessary accidentals, Fee 1D 1994 by The Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (a) Describe fully each of the following intervals. (cree Ee Interval ... (b) Name one scale in which they are all found. (@) Describe each of the chords numbered (1), (2) and (3) as 1, IL 1V of V. Alto indicate CO whether the root (a), third (b) or fifth (c) of the chord is in the bass. (b) Under each of the notes numbered (4), (5) and (6), write a suitable chord, Use I, Hf, IV or V, or any other recognised method of notation. Hiyma tune, Motcow? a, oo 3) © i EITHER (@) Write a melody for horn or clarinet, using the given opening. Add marks of tempo and expression, and other performance directions appropriate for the instrument chosen. The complete melody should not be more than 8 bars long, Instrument for which the melody is written ....... OR (b) Compose a melody for the following words. Write each syllable under the note or notes to which it is to be sung. ‘The grey sea and the long black land, And the yellow half-moon large and low. Browning ‘This is the beginning of the third movement of a string quartet by Haydn. Look at it and then answer the questions below. MENUET Allegro ma non troppo + area f fe @ (@ Give the meaning of Allegro ma non troppo. Gi) ‘Name the ornament which appears in both violin parts in bar 16. Gil) What is the meaning of the sign (iv) Compare the viola and cello parts with the violin I and violin II parts. What do you notice? (v) What member of the orchestral string family is not normally used in a string quartet? () @ What key does the music begin in? ....... (i) What key bas been reached by bar 15? . Gil) Name the highest note in the violin I part ......... and the lowest note in the viola part. «1... (iv) Describe fully the interval between the notes appearing in the cello part in. bars 18-19 under 7 serene 7 > (©) Write out the violin I part from the beginning to the first note of bar 5 for clarinet in Bb. fang) “The interval of transposition is a major 2nd higher. Remember to write the new key signature. ‘heory Paper Grade 5 1994 B uration 2 hours andidates should answer ALL questions. ‘rite your answers on this paper — no others will be accepted. ‘Aswers must be written clearly and neatly — otherwise marks may be lost. (@) The time signature changes twice in the following extract, which begins with a complete bar. Add the necessary time signature at each place marked *. (®) Describe the intervals between the notes under each -—. fs : Sebastian Forbes, Thome ond Veit = al bs Interval © The Astociated Board ofthe Royal Schools of Music ‘Write out at concert pitch the following melody for clarinet in Bb. The interval of transposition is a major 2nd lower. Remember to write the new key signature. Copland, Appalachion Spring © Boosey & Hawkes Music Publishers Lid reprinted by permission 10 Rewrite the flowing in open sore. Begin a8 shown (eiitstit) S.S.Wesley _, Seprano Perr frre (a) Name the key of the following passage. Key ... (b) Add a rest or rests at each of the places marked * to make a complete bar. (©) Describe fully the interval between the first and second notes and the third and fourth notes * * — — as (@) Describe each of the chords numbered (1), (2) and (3) as I, II, IV or V. Also indicate fiat) whether the root (a), third (b) or fifth (c) of the chord is in the bass. (b) Under each of the notes numbered (4), (5) and (6), write a suitable chord. Use I, I, IV or V, or any other recognised method of notation. Hymn cane, “Northrop? a @ o a a o Chord Merete 3 a EITHER (@) Write a melody for cello, bassoon or trombone, using the given opening. Add marks of tempo and expression, and other performance directions appropriate for the instrument chosen. The complete melody should not be more than 8 bars long. Instrument for which the melody is written OR (b) Compose a melody for the following words, Write each syllable under the note or notes to which it is to be sung. A foolish rhythm turns in my idle head I turns in the wind on an empty sky. Arthur Symons This is the beginning of A Chrismas Timne for cello and piano by Gordon Jacob. Look at it and then answer the questions below. Andante con moto J=7% 1 2 Calo TS Piano BD ben legato il basso o o (© The Associated Board ofthe Roya School of Mie (a) (i) What does Andante con moto mean? (ii), What does ben legato mean? ii) ‘The piece begins in A major. What is the relative minor of this key? (iv) Write in the tenor clef the enharmonic equivalent of the note played by the cello in bar 8. () Describe the harmonic interval formed by the notes of the piano left hand on > the third beat of bar 10, (©) @) Describe the chords at the places lettered (x), (y) and (2) beneath the piano left-hand stave. Use I, 11, IV or V, and indicate whether the root (a), third (b) or fifth (c) of the chord is in the bass. @&) ® @ (ii) Compare the passages in the cello part marked 7-1 7, ‘What do you notice? .. (iii) Name an orchestral woodwind or brass instrument which could play the cello part at the same pitch, [eee] (©) Write out the cello part from the beginning of bar 4 to the end of bar 8 at the same pitch, using the tenor clef. Remember to include the key signature. Theory Paper Grade 5 1994 C uration 2 hours Jandidates should answer ALL questions. Write your answers on this paper — no others will be accepted. \nswers must be written clearly and neatly — otherwise marks may be lost. = ture changes twice in the following excract, which begins with (a) The time signat ‘Add the necessary time signature at each place marked *. a complete bar. (b) Describe the intervals between the notes under each 1 . ——< ra David Lyon, Lament