Level 7 - List Of Pieces (+ Discussion Space)
What to expect:
Level 7 introduces more advanced pieces with attention to retaining a strong focus technical and musical foundation. Here the basics of tremolo, pizzicato, and basic historical context and theory will be incorporated as important elements while learning a piece.
Level 7 will begin to introduce more advanced pieces featuring techniques like tremolo and uncommon extended techniques like Bartok Pizzicato. Here elementary polyphony will be incorporated into lessons, as well as discussions of historical periods and their musical features.
- multi-octave scales
- tremolo basics
- Bartok pizzicato
- basic polyphony
- basic theory
Selection of tonebase Level 7 Courses:
(In alphabetical order)
- Mircea Gogoncea and Marley Eder teach Piazzolla's Histoire du Tango
- Ali Arango teaches Villa-Lobos' Chôros No. 1
- Anton Baranov teaches Legnani's Caprice No. 7
- Bill Kanengiser teaches Garcia de León's 17. Padre e Hija (Father and Daughter)
- Colin Davin teaches Sor's Study Op. 31 No. 16
- Colin Davin teaches Sor's Study Op. 31 No. 19
- David Leisner teaches Villa-Lobos' Etude No. 1
- Eduardo Inestal teaches Tárrega's Adelita
- Emmanuel Sowicz teaches Bach's Cello Suite No. 6, BWV 1012 - Gavotte I & II
- Emmanuel Sowicz teaches Parra's Parra - Gracias a la Vida
- Emmanuel Sowicz teaches Torroba's Torija (Elegía)
- Irina Kulikova teaches Torroba's Sonatina - Mvt. 2
- Isaac Bustos teaches Villa-Lobos' Prelude No. 3
- Rene Izquierdo teaches Pujol's El Abejorro
- Rene Izquierdo teaches Brouwer's Etude No. 9
- Rene Izquierdo teaches Brouwer's Etude No. 10
- Sanel Redzic teaches Villa-Lobos' Etude No. 1
- Sanel Redzic teaches Bach's Cello Suite No. 1, BWV 1007 Part 1
- Xuefei Yang teaches Myers' Cavatina
- Zoran Dukic and Stephen Goss teach Falla's Homenaje
- Gulli Björnsson teaches Björnsson's Landslög - VII (from 11 "Landslög" or Landscapes)
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Interesting that the questionnaire put me at level 11. I must have too high an opinion of my abilities When I look at the pieces in each level I'd put myself between level 6/7. There are some pieces in level 7 I already play but there are some in level 6 I'd love to learn that I've never played before so I'll make myself at home here for awhile and learn some pieces in both levels.
That's a really interesting quiz to pick out what I need to work on. I think the level is pretty accurate and I can play several of the pieces on this list...maybe not to concert readiness, but close. I took it twice and the first time the result was too high and then I took it again and interpreted the questions as being in context of a performance and that turned out to be pretty accurate. I can play artificial harmonics all day as an exercise, but it's a different story trying to nail something like El testament d'Amelia.
I took the quiz and it put me at level 10. Looking at the pieces, I think I fit better at level 7. Two of the level 7 pieces are in my repertoire now, and there would be more for me to learn here. I think that the quiz is missing some questions that could make it more accurate, such as left hand independence/complex movement with the left hand, and how fast you can play arpeggios.