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  • ADMISSION FEES: Weekly Pass $12.00 12 & under no charge

    (Covers the 2 weeks of festival)

    Per Session $ 2.00 12 & under no charge

    Concerts $ 5.00 12 & under no charge

    Please Note: concert fees are not included in the weekly pass

    Scheduled times for each class are approximate only. Please arrive at least 15 minutes before your scheduled performance

    time. If the sessions are running ahead we can begin your

    scheduled class 15 minutes earlier.

    Absolute silence is required during performances Cell phones and pagers must be turned off The public may not enter of leave while a performer is on the

    platform.

    The use of cameras, video phones, video cameras, and tape recorders (phones) are not allowed. These items may cause a

    distraction for the performers, adjudicators, and the audience.

    NO FOOD OR DRINK (COFFEE!) allowed in the venues PHOTOCOPIES of music not permitted SHOES: Spike heels are not allowed on the performance

    stages as they make marks, especially on hardwood floors.

    AWARDS CONCERT, TUESDAY, MAY 10TH

    , 2016

    Park Royal United Church, 11 Christie Drive, Parkdale, PEI

    6:00pm and 8:00pm

    ROSEBOWL COMPETITION, FRIDAY, MAY 6TH

    , 2016

    Dr. Steel Recital Hall, University of Prince Edward Island

    6:30pm and 8:00pm

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    FRANCES MCBURNIE President, PEIKMFA

    It is a pleasure to welcome the participants to another

    wonderful Music Festival experience. I certainly wish that each of you

    has "personal bests" and that you learn something, too. Each year there

    are hundreds of wonderful performances, each is very special in its

    own way.

    I welcome our skilled adjudicators, and thank them for their careful

    listening, and their helpful advice. I hope they have a little spare time to

    appreciate this beautiful Island.

    The Prince Edward Island Kiwanis Music Festival depends on scores of

    people for its success. I offer humble thanks to the teachers for the

    conscientious preparation, the parents for support in many ways, the

    co-ordinators and committees from each local festival, the numerous

    volunteers who work at each session, and the generous donors for

    their support.

    May we all have a glorious time!

    Frances McBurnie, President

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  • QUEENS COUNTY MUSIC FESTIVAL

    Affiliated with the Federation of Canadian Music Festivals and the Prince

    Edward Island Kiwanis Music Festival Association

    Under the guidance of the management of the

    Queens County Music Festival Executive.

    Coordinator Kay Linkletter

    Treasurer Norma Mossey

    Recording Secretary Kathleen MacDonald

    Volunteer Coordinators Brenda Matusiewicz

    Sue Irvine

    Gertrude DeBoer

    Publicity

    Donations & Scholarships Kay Linkletter

    Program Kay Linkletter

    Norma Mossey

    Sue Irvine

    Grievence Committee Festival Committee

    Grievances must be in writing to:

    Queens County Music Festival

    133 Nassau Street

    Charlottetown, PEI

    C1A 2W8

    Our sincere thanks to the music teachers who have prepared children for the

    2016 Queens County Annual Music Festival.

    We acknowledge and thank all the volunteers who

    help in very important ways. Without our dedicated

    volunteers the festival would not happen.

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    THE KIWANIS CLUB OF CHARLOTTETOWN

    "The Kiwanis Club of Charlottetown is a very generous sponsor to our

    festival association. Each festival receives a portion of the funds

    directly; as well, they provide the majority of the money required to

    stage the provincial competition each year. All festivals owe them

    gratitude for their annual support, and we thank them."

    DONATING AEROPLAN POINTS FOR

    NATIONAL FESTIVAL COMPETITORS

    "We appreciate the many ways our supporters help to make our

    festival a success. Another way we would like you to consider could be

    a donation of Aeroplan points or Airmiles, which you may not have use

    for. The National festival body also has an Airmiles program, and

    purchases could be made using that number, available from our

    festival coordinator.

    Four years ago, a festival friend donated enough Aeroplan points to

    send our three national competitors to Montreal, at no cost to us! As

    you can see, donating Air Miles or Aeroplan points could be very

    helpful; with this year's national competition taking place in

    Edmonton,Alta. such donations could make a big difference

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  • QUEENS COUNTY MUSIC FESTIVAL

    ASSOCIATION ACKNOWLEDGES

    WITH GRATITUDE THE CONTRIBUTION OF THE FOLLOWING

    Queens County Music Festival Association is grateful for the

    ongoing support from individuals and business in the

    community. We are thankful for the willing volunteers who

    help each year; without them there would not be a festival.

    Thank you to the following Institutions for

    providing venues for the festival sessions.

    The Music Department

    University of Prince Edward Island

    Queen Charlotte Intermediate School

    Park Royal United Church

    "Music does bring people together.

    It allows us to experience the same emotions.

    People everywhere are the same in heart

    and spirit.No matter what language we speak,

    what color we are, the form of our politics

    or the expression of our love and our faith,

    music proves: We are the same."

    ~ John Denver ~

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    Thank you for your generosity

    QUEENS COUNTY MUSIC FESTIVAL

    ASSOCIATION ACKNOWLEDGES

    WITH GRATITUDE THE CONTRIBUTION OF THE FOLLOWING.

    The Music Department at U.P.E.I.

    Miss Susan Stensch, UPEI Music Department

    P.E.I.M.F.A. Music Selection Committee

    Park Royal United Church

    Spring Park United Church

    Queen Charlotte Intermediate School

    All volunteers

    All participants

    The adjudicators

    Our sponsors

    All financial contributors.

    IN MEMORIAL DONATIONS

    Ralph Manning. Donated by Kay Linkletter

    Fred Hughes Donated by Kay Linkletter

    Wihelmina Willy Tersteeg Donated by Kay Linkletter

    Elise Hiscott Donated by Leslie Hiscott

    Tim Mossey Friends of Tim Mossey

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  • FESTIVAL FINANCIAL SUPPORTERS

    SPONSORS: $1,000 or more

    Dr. Regis & Joan Duffy

    Tims Crane Service Inc.

    BENEFACTOR: $500.00 or more

    Margaret Dumont & Elizabeth Bushell (M. Al Martin Scholarship)

    Maritime Electric a Fortis Company

    The PEI Registered Music Teachers' Association

    Hyndman Insurance Co. Limited

    PATRONS: $250.00 or more

    The Rotary Club of Charlottetown Royalty Inc. (The Breakfast Club)

    Vesey's Seeds Ltd. (The Arthur Vesey Memorial Scholarship)

    The Rotary Club of Charlottetown (Audrey Gillis Award)

    City of Charlottetown

    James Chen

    DONOR: $100.00 or more

    Hubert Tersteeg

    Linkletter Engineering Inc.

    Kay Linkletter

    H.L. Sear Insurance Limited

    Valerie MacKenzie

    Long & McQuade (Gift Certificates)

    Friends of Louise Pritchard

    RBC Wealth Management Dominion Securities

    P.E.I. Credit Union

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    DONOR: $50.00 or more

    Kathleen MacDonald

    Beta Sigma Phi Laureate Chapter

    Jane Naylor

    The Royal Edward Chapter, IODE

    Sue and Greg Irvine

    T. Daniel Tweel

    FRIENDS: $25.00 or more Alpha

    York Women's Institute Spring

    Vale Women's Institute North

    Milton Women's Institute

    ADVERTISEMENTS

    Linkletter Music Studio (Lori Linkletter)

    Top Hat Productions

    P.E.I. Registered Music Teachers Association

    Thank you all for your continued support of the Festival

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  • FIONA JANE WOOD Piano

    Originally from Ottawa, Fiona Jane Wood is a Toronto based pianist who is in demand both as a solo and collaborative artist. Ms. Wood champions both the standard and contemporary repertoire and has premiered several solo and chamber works across Canada. She holds an ARCT from the Royal Conservatory of Music, and was awarded several scholarships in her post secondary education. Ms. Wood holds degrees from McGill University, University of Toronto and the Glenn Gould School in both Piano Performance and Pedagogy. Ms Wood has studied at the Banff School of Fine Arts, the Orford Arts Centre and the Adamant School. Principal teachers include Sandra Webster, Tom Plaunt and Marietta Orlov. Ms. Wood has performed in master classes for celebrated musicians that include Andr Laplante, Angela Hewitt, Jane Coop, John Perry and Marc Durand. She has recently given recitals at the McMichael Gallery of Ontario, Gallery 345, The Canadian Music Centre, the Richard Bradshaw Ampitheatre at the Canadian Opera Company, and the Arts and Letters club of Toronto. She is member of TENT ensemble which performs both standard and contemporary music. In spring of 2013, TENT was invited to perform in the Toronto Music Gallery series entitled "Emergents", which features new and exciting artists. The chamber group recently made their NYC debut. Ms. Wood combines her love of performing with teaching and is a member of the college of examiners for the Royal Conservatory of Music. She is also a frequent adjudicator across North America in all levels of piano. She lives with her husband, her four year old son and her English spring spaniel named Clarence in the colourful Toronto neighbourhood called Cabbagetown.

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    DR. JENNIFER FARRELL VOICE

    Soprano Jennifer Farrell appears regularly with professional Canadian ensembles in the fields of early music, opera, and oratorio. In western Canada she has performed as a soloist with leading ensembles such as the Vancouver Bach Choir, the Vancouver Symphony, the Vancouver Opera, the Victoria Symphony Orchestra, and the Pacific Baroque Orchestra. In Ontario and eastern Canada she has appeared as a guest soloist with the National Youth Orchestra of Canada, Opera Nova Scotia, Maritime Concert Opera, the St. Cecilia Series, Rjouissance, the St. Georges Consort, and Les Jeunesses Musicales du Canada. Her undergraduate studies were completed at Wilfrid Laurier University, and she went on to earn a Master of Music degree and Doctor of Musical Arts degree with specializations in opera at the University of British Columbia. Dr. Farrell was recently appointed Dean of the School of Music at the Maritime Conservatory of Performing Arts in Halifax where she is also on faculty as a voice instructor.

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  • INSTRUMENTAL ADJUDICATOR

    KARIN AURELL

    Karin Aurell, flute Flutist Karin Aurell is originally from Sweden, where she spent close to 20 years as a full time symphony orchestra musician, playing for the most part in the Norrkoping Symphony Orchestra. She moved to Sackville NB in 2001, and has enjoyed life as a freelancing musician in the Maritimes ever since. She loves recording, and her latest Trio Arkade CD, Tour de France, was released on Leaf Music in June 2014. She has two previous solo and chamber CDs to her name - Nightingales for Katy, for solo flute, and Trio Arkade's first self-titled

    album (released in June 2008). Since her arrival in Atlantic Canada, Karin has played regularly with the orchestras in the region and in the Charlottetown Festival Orchestra each summer. She is an active chamber music performer, mainly as a member of woodwind quintet Ventus Machina, but also with NB new music group Motion Ensemble and Trio Arkade together with Isabelle Fournier and Julien LeBlanc. She has collaborated in several projects with her sister Gerd Aurell, a visual artist based in Sweden, and the sisters work has toured in Sweden, Canada and Iceland. Karin teaches flute at Universit de Moncton and Mount Allison University, and is the coach for the flute section of the New Brunswick Youth Orchestra. An avid traveller, Karin occasionally takes time away from her New Brunswick home to visit the far reaches of the planet.

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    IRENE TANBERG STRINGS

    Irene Tandberg's career as performer and pedagogue spans over three decades. She has established a large private studio whose students have been the recipients of many prestigious scholarships and awards, and positions in international schools and orchestras.

    She is the Co-Director of Forest City School for Talent Education (FCTE), a performance school comprising 28 faculty teaching over 250 violin, viola, cello, bass, classical guitar and harp students. With founder and Director, Prof. Patrick Burroughs, Irene has overseen the artistic direction and administration of the program in addition to teaching master classes, coaching quartets and conducting ensembles and orchestras.

    Irene was born in Denmark where her first teacher was Wolf Notkin, a member of the Danish National Symphony Orchestra. In later years her principal teachers were Gwen Thompson and Dana Mazurkevich at the University of Western Ontario. Irene went on to develop her passion and vocation for teaching and performance with pedagogues including John Kendall, Elaine Klimasko, Richard Lawrence, Tom Wermuth and Teri Einfeldt.

    Tandberg's recordings and performances reflect an eclectic range of engagements on Modern and Baroque violin. She has performed in core, principal and solo positions with many orchestras, chamber groups and quartets.

    Irene Tandberg is an experienced and committed pedagogue who has both written and given invited talks on performance, teaching and practice strategies. She is also a very active and sought after master class teacher, clinician in workshops and adjudicator in festivals, music programs and teaching institutions across Canada. Currently, in addition to running her private studio and directing FCTE, she is teaching in the Don Wright Faculty of Music Performance Department at the University of Western Ontario and the recipient of the "Excellence in Teahing Award". xii

  • DONALD FRASER COMPOSITION

    Donald Fraser studied at Mount Allison University and received the M.Mus. degree in organ Performance and literature from the University of Toronto. He has performed recitals in Toronto and the Maritimes, and is a past winner of the CFMT Young Artist of the Year competition. In 1991 he was appointed Director of Music at The Confederation Centre of the Arts where he conducts the Confederation Singers and the Confederation Centre Youth Chorus in a series of concerts for the Island audience. His involvement with The Charlottetown

    Festival began in 1984 when he worked on Anne of Green Gables, Ye Gods, Childrens Theatre, and the CBC television special of Singin and Dancin Tonight. Over the next 20 years he worked together with Fen Watkin on many original Canadian musicals at the Charlottetown Festival. Since 2005 he was busy working as music director and also as orchestrator and arranger to bring large scale revue shows to the Mainstage of the Centre, as well as continuing his work as music director for Anne of Green Gables. He has toured extensively with the Confederation Centre Youth Chorus to France, Belgium, and Italy and with Anne of Green Gables to Japan, New Haven, and Toronto. Also a freelance orchestrator, his orchestrations have been featured in concerts with Tommy Makem, Evans and Doherty, Vishten, Bette MacDonald, Matt Mays, and the Barra MacNeils with Symphony Nova Scotia and the Winnipeg Symphony. He is also Director of Music for Trinity United Church, Charlottetown.

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    GENERAL RULES

    For a complete copy of the rules, refer to the 2016 - 2018 Syllabus

    1. It is recommended and desirable that performances in all solo classes be from memory. Its effects upon marks will be subject to the discretion of the adjudicators.

    2. Entrants may not use photo static copies of copyrighted music.

    3. The chord may be given on the piano at the beginning of each piece of unaccompanied music. In String classes competitors may have their instruments tuned by a teacher.

    4. Competitors are expected to supply their own accompanists.

    5. Competitors must perform in order as listed in the Program, unless changed by the Association or Adjudicators Assistant due to extenuating circumstances.

    6. All competitors are required to be in the respective halls 15 minutes prior to the scheduled time. Hall officials reserve the right to disqualify any competitor who is not ready to perform when called upon to do so.

    7. As one of the performers it is common courtesy, and it is expected of you, to be present while others in your class are performing.

    8. In all classes only the standings of Gold, Silver and Bronze will be read from the platform.

    9. Complaints and protests may be made to the Association in writing and not to the adjudicator.

    Any observed differences in the program should be reported to the festival coordinator (368-2348) prior to commencement of the festival.

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  • GENERAL RULES

    For a complete copy of the rules, refer to the 2016 - 2018 Syllabus

    1. It is recommended and desirable that performances in all solo classes be from memory. Its effects upon marks will be subject to the discretion of the adjudicators.

    2. Entrants may not use photo static copies of copyrighted music.

    3. The chord may be given on the piano at the beginning of each piece of unaccompanied music. In String classes competitors may have their instruments tuned by a teacher.

    4. Competitors are expected to supply their own accompanists.

    5. Competitors must perform in order as listed in the Program, unless changed by the Association or Adjudicators Assistant due to extenuating circumstances.

    6. All competitors are required to be in the respective halls 15 minutes prior to the scheduled time. Hall officials reserve the right to disqualify any competitor who is not ready to perform when called upon to do so.

    7. As one of the performers it is common courtesy, and it is expected of you, to be present while others in your class are performing.

    8. In all classes only the standings of Gold, Silver and Bronze will be read from the platform.

    9. Complaints and protests may be made to the Association in writing and not to the adjudicator.

    Any observed differences in the program should be reported to the festival coordinator (368-2348) prior to commencement of the festival.

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    QUEENS COUNTY MUSIC FESTIVAL AWARDS

    To be eligible for a festival award, solo contestants must compete in a minimum of two solo performance classes in the same discipline, using standard repertoire. Piano Classes 404-435 (Contemporary Idioms), RCM popular music classes 436-442 and Graded Studies are eligible for awards and Provincial Festival. Junior Music Theatre and Composition awards require one class only, Composition is not eligible for Provincial Festival. Method Book Classes 443-458 are eligible for awards and for participation at the Provincial Festival. Quick Study and Sight Reading Classes are not eligible for awards or Provincial Festival.

    Intermediate, Senior and Advanced Music Theatre QCMFA awards require two solo classes. You may choose from Up-tempo, Ballad and/or Gilbert and Sullivan classes. Provincial Festival requires one class only.

    Awards designated by discipline and age categories are granted on the basis of marks, and will be awarded to the contestant(s) with the highest average(s), based on their top two marks in the discipline. Other, un-designated awards are granted on the basis of recommendations from the adjudicators.

    Age categories for awards are as follows:

    Pre-Junior ................................................... 8 years and under

    Junior ........................................................................ 11 years and under

    Intermediate ............................................................ 14 years and under

    Senior ....................................................................... 17 years and under

    Advanced ................................................................. 28 years and under

    AWARDS All awards are subject to change, depending on the standard of performance, on the number of entries and on donations received. Donor list is based on last year's donations and may not reflect this year. First place awards will be granted. Awards beyond that will depend on donations to the festival

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  • STRINGS, VOCAL, PIANO, WOODWIND/BRASS

    PERCUSSION AND RECORDER

    First place in each category

    STRINGS Pre-Junior donated by Heather Campbell $25.00

    Junior donated by Springvale Womens Institute $25.00

    Intermediate donated by Park Royal Women $50.00

    Senior donated by Maritime Electric Ltd. $75.00

    Advanced donated by Maritime Electric Ltd. $100.00

    VOCAL SOLO

    Pre-Junior donated by North Milton Womens Institute $25.00

    Junior donated by PEI Beta Sigma Phi Laureate Chaptr $25.00

    Intermediate donated by Kathleen MacDonald $50.00

    Senior donated by Donna Davis $75.00

    Advanced donated by Linkletter Engineering Inc. $100.00

    PIANO

    Pre-Junior donated by Linkletter Engineering Inc. $25.00

    Junior donated by Alpha York Womens Institute $25.00

    Intermediate donated by Valerie MacKenzie $50.00

    Senior donated by the Regis & Joan Duffy Foundation $75.00

    Advanced donated by the Charlottetown Royalty

    Rotary Breakfast Club $100.00

    WOODWINDS

    Junior donated by the Charlottetown Royalty

    Rotary Breakfast Club $25.00

    Intermediate donated by Royal Edward Chapter IODE $50.00

    Senior donated by the Regis & Joan Duffy Foundation $75.00

    Advanced donated by the Regis & Joan Duffy Foundation $100.00

    BRASS Junior donated by the Regis & Joan Duffy Foundation $25.00

    Intermediate - donated by the Regis & Joan Duffy Foundation $50.00

    Senior - donated by the Regis & Joan Duffy Foundation $75.00

    Advanced - donated by the Regis & Joan Duffy Foundation $100.00

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    PERCUSSION Junior donated by QCMFA $25.00

    Intermediate donated by Maritime Electric Co. Ltd. $50.00

    Senior donated by Maritime Electric Co. Ltd. $75.00

    Advanced donated by Maritime Electric Co. Ltd. $100.00

    GUITAR

    Junior donated by QCMFA $25.00

    Intermediate - donated by QCMFA $50.00

    Senior - donated by QCMFA $75.00

    Advanced - donated by QCMFA $100.00

    ORGAN Intermediate - donated by QCMFA $50.00

    Senior - donated by QCMFA $75.00

    Advanced - donated by QCMFA $100.00

    MUSICAL THEATRE Pre-Junior donated by Donna Davis $25.00

    Junior donated by Alpha York Womens Institute $25.00

    Intermediatedonated by PEI Beta Sigma Phi Laureate Chapter $50.00

    Senior donated by Maritime Electric Co. Ltd. $75.00

    Advanced donated by Maritime Electric Co. Ltd. $100.00

    Ensemble Award donated by QCMFA $ 50.00

    CHORAL Primary School Chorus donated by Hyndman & Co. Ltd. $25.00

    Classroom Choirs donated by QCMFA $25.00

    Elementary School Choirs donated by Hyndman & Co. Ltd. $50.00

    Intermediate School Choirs donated by Hyndman & Co. Ltd. $50.00

    Senior High School Choirs donated by City of Charlottetown $50.00

    Community Choir Junior/Intermediate $50.00

    Donated by the City of Charlottetown

    Community Choir Senior/Advanced $50.00

    Donated by Queens County Music Festival

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  • SPECIAL AWARDS

    Piano Duets (Highest Mark) donated by QCMFA $50.00

    Vocal Duets (Highest Mark) - donated by QCMFA $50.00

    (includes Musical Theatre)

    Instrumental (Highest Mark) - donated by QCMFA $50.00

    (Woodwind/Brass/Percussion)

    String Duet (Highest Mark) - donated by QCMFA $50.00

    Ensembles Instrumental - donated by QCMFA $50.00

    (Adjudicators Choice Award)

    Ensembles Vocal, includes Musical Theatre

    (Adjudicators Choice Award) donated by QCMFA $50.00

    Concertos Junior or Intermediate classes: Adjudicators Choice

    671A, 679A, 672A,672B, Not necessarily the highest mark

    Donated by Sue & Greg Irvine $25.00

    Concertos Senior or Advanced Adjudicators Choice Award

    673A, 673B, 674A. Not necessarily the highest mark

    Donated by Sue & Greg Irvine

    P.E.I. Registered Music Teachers' Association "An Outstanding

    Performance Award" $100.00

    This award is donated by The Prince Edward Island Registered Music

    Teachers' Association. "Presented to an outstanding Intermediate, Senior

    or Advanced performer in each of the following categories: Piano,

    Voice, Strings and Instrumental, in recognition of excellence. The

    adjudicator will make this choice based on marks and overall

    musicianship."

    P.E.I. Registered Music Teachers Association

    Kay Linkletter Award. $100.00

    This award is donated by The Prince Edward Island Registered Music

    Teachers' Association. "Presented to an outstanding Intermediate, Senior

    or Advanced performer in each of the following categories: Piano,

    Voice, Strings and Instrumental, in recognition of excellence. The

    adjudicator will make this choice based on marks and overall

    musicianship."

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    Q.C.M.F.A. Louise Pritchard Award $100.00 This award is donated by the friends of Louise Pritchard, presented to an Intermediate Piano, Senior Piano, or Advanced piano contestant who has earned excellent marks and who demonstrated highly expressive playing and good all-round musicianship. This award shall be presented no more than twice to any one competitor Al Martin Award $500.00

    This award is donated by Margaret Dumont and Elizabeth Bushell in memory of Al Martin.

    Presented to a Senior or Advanced Piano contestant who

    demonstrates exceptional performance abilities in at least three solo

    classes at the Senior/Advanced levels. This can be divided between

    two disciplines or participants and may be won no more than two

    times by one competitor.

    The Canadian Music Award - Classes 538 or 539 $50.00

    Donated by Heather Campbell for the best performance of a Canadian

    work in piano at the Junior or Intermediate level.

    The Canadian Music Award - Class 540 or 541 $50.00

    Donated by Heather Campbell for the best performance of a Canadian

    work in piano at the Senior or Advanced levels.

    The Canadian Music Award - Class 253 or 254 $50.00

    Donated by Lori Linkletter for the best performance of a Canadian work

    from vocal repertoire at the Junior or Intermediate levels.

    The Canadian Music Award - Class 255 or 256 $25.00 Donated by P.E.I. Credit Union for the best performance of a Canadian work from vocal repertoire at the Senior or Advanced levels

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  • The Canadian Music Award - Class 668 or 669 $50.00

    Donated by Dr. Greg Irvine and Sue Irvine for the best performance of

    a Canadian work from string repertoire at the, Senior or Advanced

    levels.

    Instrumental Small Ensemble Award $50.00

    Donated by P.E.I. Credit Union in recognition of high performance

    standards. Adjudicator choice.

    Intermediate School Bands$100.00 $100.00

    Donated by Long & McQuade and awarded in recognition of

    high performance standards. Adjudicator choice. May be

    divided between two groups.

    String Large Ensemble Award $100.00

    Donated by Hyndman & Co. Ltd. and awarded in recognition of high

    standards. Adjudicator Choice from Classes 797, 798 or 799.

    Lower String Award donated by Hubert Tersteeg $100.00

    To be presented to an individual or group in recognition of high

    performance standards. Adjudicator choice.

    The Vernon and Ruby Dennis Memorial Award: $50.00

    Donated by Heather Campbell in memory of her grandparents and

    awarded to String Orchestras Pre-Junior, Junior or Intermediate.

    Classes 794, 795 or 796. Adjudicator choice award.

    The Vernon and Ruby Dennis Memorial Award: String Group Instruction

    Award (Duets) $50.00

    Donated by Heather Campbell in memory of her grandparents and

    awarded to students in a group taught string class. Classes 775 or Class

    776. Adjudicator choice award.

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    Original Composition Award - Adjudicator choice award for Pre-Junior,

    Junior or Intermediate

    participants in Classes 1900, 1901 or 1902. $50.00

    Donated by Valerie MacKenzie. The Adjudicator has the discretion to

    withhold an award if the necessary standard for composition is not

    attained. See page 87 in syllabus.

    Original Composition Award - Adjudicator choice award for Senior, Advanced or Group

    Composition; Classes 1903, 1904 or 1905. $50.00

    Donated by Jane Naylor. The Adjudicator has the discretion to withhold an

    award if the necessary standard for composition is not attained. In the

    event of a tie the award may be divided. Please refer to criteria on page 83

    of the syllabus.

    The Arthur Vesey Memorial Award for Senior or Advanced Piano.

    Adjudicator's Choice Award $300.00

    Donated by Vesey's Seeds Ltd. In Memory of Arthur Vesey

    To be presented to a Senior or Advanced performer of piano in

    recognition of exceptional performance abilities in at least two solo

    classes at the Senior/Advanced levels. This award is intended for a music

    student who plans to pursue piano studies at University.

    The Brian Campbell Memorial Award $50.00

    Donated by The P.E.I. Road Builders and Heavy Equipment

    Association. To be presented to a deserving school ensemble in

    the Instrumental category. Ensemble must have entered

    competitively.

    The Ruth Schiller Plaque

    Donated by Ruth Schiller in recognition of the most choral participation

    in the Festival by a school, competitive or non-competitive eligibility.

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  • The Luther Ellis Memorial Award for Traditional String Music $50.00 Donated by Kay Linkletter in memory of her father. To be presented to an individual who best captures the spirit of traditional fiddle music. All traditional string solo classes eligible (Page 53 in syllabus)

    ADJUDICATOR;S CHOICE AWARD The Elise Hiscott Memorial Award for Intermediate Piano $50.00

    Donated by Leslie Hiscott and family. To be presented to an individual who demonstrates highly expressive playing and good all-round musicianship, without necessarily receiving the highest marks. Elise was a music teacher who encouraged the love of music for all her students.

    ADJUDICATOR CHOICE AWARDS IN ALL CATEGORIES - Will only be presented if funds are available.

    DUETS - all duets will be considered for awards donated by Queens County

    Music Festival. Awards will only be presented if funds are available.

    We are grateful to those who make our awards possible. If you would

    like to support the festival by making a donation to our scholarship fund,

    let us know. Kay 902-368-2348

    Receipts will be issued for all donations $10.00 and over.

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    ROSE BOWL COMPETITION

    Junior Rose Bowl 17 years and under

    Senior Rose Bowl 18 years and over

    Contestants performing in NF classes will be required to perform in the

    Senior Rose Bowl competition, regardless of age. The Junior Rose Bowl

    may be won by the same individual a maximum of three times (in the

    same discipline), then they must move to the Senior level. Senior Rose

    Bowl may be won by the same individual a maximum of three times.

    The adjudicators from the Queens County Music Festival may

    recommend for the Rose Bowl Competitions ONE solo performer from

    each of the Vocal, Piano, Organ, Strings, Brass, Woodwind, Percussion

    and Guitar disciplines. In case of a tie two performers may be

    recommended from a discipline.

    To be eligible for consideration, contestants must compete in the following

    classes at the local festival. A Song Cycle, Recital Group Class or two short

    movements from a concerto or sonata or one long movement from a

    concerto or sonata, and one other solo performance class in the same

    discipline. Contestants must obtain a Gold Standard in the designated

    classes in order to advance to Rose Bowl Competition.

    Repertoire to be performed in the Rose Bowl competitions will be chosen

    by the appropriate adjudicator. Memorization is encouraged. The time

    limit for Junior Rose Bowl contestants is 14 minutes, and the time limit for

    Senior Rose Bowl contestants is 18 minutes. These limits include time

    required to set-up, tuning, pauses, and take-down. At the discretion of the

    panel of Adjudicators contestants who exceed the maximum time allowed

    may be disqualified.

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  • The winners of the Rose Bowl competitions will be chosen by a panel of

    adjudicators from the Queens County Music Festival and the winners will

    be announced at the end of each Rose Bowl performance. Awards will be

    presented at the final concerts.

    The winner of the Junior Rose Bowl will receive a trophy donated by the

    University of Prince Edward Island Department of Music, and a cash award

    of $250.00, donated by the Rotary Club of Charlottetown in honor of

    Audrey Gillis. The winner of the Senior Rose Bowl will receive a trophy,

    donated by the University of Prince Edward Island Department of Music,

    and a cash award of $500.00 donated by The Regis and Joan Duffy

    Foundation. All Rose Bowl participants will receive a plaque acknowledging

    their accomplishment. This plaque will be presented at the final concert.

    All music copyright must be observed. Handwritten copies or

    photocopies are not permitted. E-print music must have a receipt.

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    Voice 9:15am Monday, April 25, 2016

    Park Royal United Church

    Adjudicator: Dr. Jennifer Farrell

    CLASS 259 9:15am Contemporary (1950-Present) - Junior

    ____ 1. Abby Craig

    Monkeys W. Herbert Belyea

    CLASS 260 Contemporary (1950-Present) - Intermediate

    ____ 1. Keridwen Campbell

    Moon, Sing Jon Washburn

    CLASS 198 9:30am Folk Song - Intermediate - 14 and under

    ____ 1. Keridwen Campbell

    Tall Mountain Arr. Fyodor Nadenenko

    ____ 2. Fiona Clancey

    Shenandoah American Folk Song Arr. J. Althouse

    CLASS 330 9:45am Folk Song - over three years instruction - 18 and over

    ____ 1. Faustina Gallant

    Danny Boy Arr. Julie Knowles

    CLASS 261 10:00am Contemporary (1950-Present) - Senior

    ____ 1. Alexandra Sorensen

    Homeward Bound Marta Keen

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  • CLASS 180 10:10am Vocal Solo - Female - 13 years and under

    ____ 1. Allyson Ford

    The Water Is Wide Trad. Folk/arr. Mark Hayes

    ____ 2. Sarah Campanaro

    Feed The Birds (Mary Poppins) R. B. and R. M. Sherman

    10:30am Break

    CLASS 182 10:45am Vocal Solo - Females - 14 and under

    ____ 1. Fiona Clancey

    Komm, Liebe Zither W. A. Mozart

    CLASS 184-1 10:53am

    Vocal Solo Females 15 years and under

    ____ 1. Cameron MacLeod

    Homeward Bound Marta Keen

    CLASS 188 11:05am Vocal Solo - Female - 17 and under

    ____ 1. Jenny Dunne

    O Del Mio Dolce Ardor C. Cluck

    CLASS 228 11:15am Italian Art Song - Intermediate - 14 and under

    ____ 1. Fiona Clancey

    Alma De Core Antonio Caldara

    ____ 2. Allyson Ford

    Nel Cor Piu Non Mi Sento Giovanni Paisiello

    CLASS 197 Folk Song - Intermediate - 13 and under

    ____ 1. Sarah Campanaro

    I Know Where I'm Goin' Traditional Arr. Herbert Hughes

    Page 2

    CLASS 296 11:38am Musical Theatre Solo - Intermediate - Ballad

    ____ 1.Sophie Brychuk

    Sallys Song (The Nightmare before Christmas) Tim Burton

    ____2. Tanner Burns

    Pilates Dream Andrew Lloyd Webber

    (Jesus Christ Superstar)

    ____ 3. Samantha Jenkins

    A Change In Me (Beauty And The Beast) Alan Menken

    ____ 4. Paige Doncaster

    Maybe (Annie) Charles Strouse

    ____ 5. Keridwen Campbell

    God Help The Outcasts

    (The Hunchback Of Notre Dame) Alan Menken

    ____ 6. Siobhan Armstrong

    The Girl I Mean To Be (The Secret Garden) Lucy Simon

    ____ 7. Kristen Thompson

    On My Own (Les Miserables) Claude- Michel Schonberg

    12:20 End of session

    AWARDS CONCERT, TUESDAY, MAY 10TH

    , 2016

    Park Royal United Church, 11 Christie Drive, Parkdale, PEI

    6:00pm and 8:00pm

    ROSEBOWL COMPETITION, FRIDAY, MAY 6TH

    , 2016

    Dr. Steel Recital Hall, University of Prince Edward Island

    6:30pm and 8:00pm

    Page 3

  • Voice 1:30pm Monday, April 25, 2016

    Park Royal United Church

    Adjudicator: Dr. Jennifer Farrell

    CLASS 314 1:30pm Vocal Solo -17 years and under - under three years of instruction

    ____ 1. Lo Han

    Gia Il Sole Dal Gange A. Scarlatti

    CLASS 224 Oratorio Solo - Senior - 17 and under

    ____ 1. Melissa Lewis

    Bereite Dich Zion J. S. Bach

    CLASS 237 1:50pm German Lieder - Senior - 17 and under

    ____ 1. Kennedy Leard

    Lachen Und Weinen F. Schubert

    ____ 2. Julia Henderson

    Seligkeit F. Schubert

    CLASS 268 2:11pm Vocal Solo - Senior - Canadian

    ____ 1. Claire Chilton

    White Butterflies Kenneth Bray

    ____ 2. Angela He

    June Magic Marguerita Spencer

    CLASS 229 2:28pm Italian Art Song - Senior - 17 and under

    ____ 1. Julia Henderson

    Le Violette A. Scarlatti

    ____ 2. Nicholas Murphy

    Vittoria Mio Core G. Carissimi

    ____ 3. Kennedy Leard

    Nel Cor Piu Non Mi Sento Giovanni Paisiello

    ____ 4. Melissa Lewis

    Sebben Crudele Antonio Caldara

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    3:00pm Break

    CLASS 293-1 3:15pm Musical Theatre Solo - Intermediate - Up Tempo

    ____ 1. Kristen Thompson

    Just You Wait (My Fair Lady) Lerner & Loewe

    ____ 2. Keridwen Campbell

    To Keep My Love Alive Rodgers and Hart

    (A Connecticut Yankee)

    CLASS 294 3:30pm Musical Theatre Solo - Senior - Up Tempo

    ____ 1. Nicholas Murphy

    I Am What I Am (la Cage Aux Folles) Jerry Herman

    ____ 2. Alexandra Sorensen

    Much More (The Fantastiks) Harvey Schmidt

    ____ 3. Madeleine Crawford

    Good Morning Baltimore (Hairspray) Marc Shaiman

    ____ 4. Kennedy Leard

    I Cain't Say No (Oklahoma) Rogers & Hammerstein

    ____ 5. Jenny Dunne

    Spark Of Creation (Children Of Eden) Stephebn Schwartz

    ____ 6. Sydney Ford

    It's a Perfect Relationship (Bells Are Ringing) Jule Styne

    ____ 7. Nadia Haddad

    My New Philosophy

    (You're A Good Man Charlie Brown) Clark Gesner

    ____ 8. Madeline Killorn

    Into The Woods S Sondheim

    ____ 9. Cameron MacLeod

    Naughty (Matilda) Tim Minchin

    CLASS 304 4:30pm Musical Theatre Ensemble - Senior - Small Ensemble

    ____ 1. Ragazze Seniors

    Mama Who Bore Me (Spring Awakening) Duncan Sheik

    4:45pm End of session

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  • Voice 6:30pm Monday, April 25, 2016

    Dr. Steel Recital Hall

    Adjudicator: Dr. Jennifer Farrell

    CLASS 151 6:30pm Community Choir - 19 and under

    ____ 1. Linkletter Music Studio Ensemble

    You've Got A Friend Carole King arr. Mark Brym

    Sing (Sesame Street) Joe Raposo arr. Steve Zegree

    CLASS 334 6:45pm Musical Theatre - Over Three Years of Instruction - 18 and over

    ____ 1. Faustina Gallant

    Somewhere Over The Rainbow H. Arlen And E.Y. Harburg

    CLASS 308 Musical Theatre Ensemble - Senior - Large Ensemble

    ____ 1. Linkletter Music Studio Musical Theatre

    Under The Sea (The Little Mermaid) Alan Menken &

    H.Ashman

    CLASS 272 7:00pm Vocal Solo - Senior - Recital Group

    ____ 1. Alexandra Sorensen

    Colette Cecil Chaminade

    The Lark In The Clear Air Arr. Phyllis Tate

    Climbin' Up The Mountain Arr. Patsy Ford Simms

    ____ 2. Melissa Lewis

    Se Florindo E Fedele A. Scarlatti

    In Der Fremde R. Schumann

    De Los Alamos Vengo J. Rodrigo

    ____ 3. Julia Henderson

    Das Veilchen W. A. Mozart

    Con Que La Lavar Joaquin Rodrigo

    I Will Sing New Songs Of Gladness A. Dvorak

    ____ 4. Claire Chilton

    Cosi, Amor, Mi Fai Languir Alessandro Stradella

    Frage Felix Mendelssohn

    Bergere Legere J. B. Weckerlin

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    CLASS 324 8:16pm Musical Theatre - Under 3 Years of Instruction -15 and under

    ____ 1. Lo Han

    Luck Be A Lady (Guys And Dolls) Frank Loesser

    CLASS 297 8:26pm Musical Theatre Solo - Senior - Ballad

    ____ 1. Jenny Dunne

    How To Return Home

    (Tales From The Bad Years) Brian Lowdermilk

    ____ 2. Nadia Haddad

    Colors Of The Wind

    (Pocahontas) Alan Menken & Stephen Schwartz

    ____ 3. Kennedy Leard

    'Till There Was You (The Music Man) Meredith Wilson

    ____ 4. Alexandra Sorensen

    Colors Of The Wind

    ( Pocahontas) Alan Menken & Stephen Schwartz

    ____ 5. Madeleine Crawford

    God Help The Outcasts

    (The Hunchback of Notre Dame) Alan Menken

    ____ 6. Sydney Ford

    Nothing (Chorus Line) Marvin Hamlisch

    ____ 7. Nicholas Murphy

    Empty Chairs At Empty Tables

    (Les Miserables) Claude-Michel Schnberg

    9:35pm End of session

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  • Voice 9:00am Tuesday, April 26, 2016

    Park Royal United Church

    Adjudicator: Dr. Jennifer Farrell

    CLASS 168 9:00am Vocal Solo - Female/Male - 7 and under

    ____ 1. Emma Lazaratos

    If I Were Elizabeth Pollmer

    ____ 2. Logan Rinco

    If I Were Elizabeth Pollmer

    CLASS 169 9:12am Vocal Solo - Female/Male - 8 and under

    ____ 1. Sara Mossey

    A Cookie For Snip Burton Kurth

    ____ 2. Sara Henthorn

    Earth Marshall L Shaw

    ____ 3. Mary Kate McCardle

    Monkeys W. Herbert Belyea

    CLASS 173 9:32am Vocal Solo - Females - 10 and under

    ____ 1. Sophie Mayne

    The Kelligrews Soiree Joe Burke arr. Hugh John McLean

    CLASS 199-1

    Vocal Solo Folk Song 15 and under

    ____1. Cameron MacLeod

    Pappillion Tu Es Volage Arranged Oscar OBrien

    CLASS 171 9:53am Vocal - Females - 9 and under

    ____ 1. Amanda McKenna

    J'Aime Les Chiens Camille Palsky Ohlin

    ____ 2. Megan Nabuurs

    The Best One For The Job Donna Rhodenizer

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    CLASS 265 10:07am Vocal Solo - Pre-Junior - Canadian

    ____ 1. Mary Kate McCardle

    There Once Was A Puffin Cyril Hampshire

    CLASS 266 10:14am Vocal Solo - Junior - Canadian

    ____ 1. Robyn Power

    Someone Violet Archer

    ____ 2. Sadie Ghiz

    Ed, The Invisible Dragon Donna Rhodenizer

    10:30am Break

    CLASS 288 10:45am Contemporary/Popular Music - Junior

    ____ 1. Danielle MacPherson

    Happiness Clark Gesner

    ____ 2. Clare Bowie

    Swinging On A Star

    (Going My Way) Jimmy Van Heusen (Johnny Burke Lyr.)

    CLASS 227 10:59am Oratorio Solo - Advanced - 28 and under

    ____ 1. Andrea Corder

    Rejoice George Frederic Handel

    CLASS 269 11:09am Vocal Solo - Advanced - Canadian

    ____ 1. Andrea Corder

    Look Out Upon The Stars Richard Covey

    ____ 2. Alexandra Smith

    Parting At A Wine Shop John Beckwith

    CLASS 247 11:23am Vocal Solo - Senior - Baroque

    ____ 1. Nadia Haddad

    Per La Gloria D'Adorarvi Giovanni Bononcini

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  • CLASS 275 11:30am Vocal Solo - 28 and under - Recital Group

    ____ 1. Andrea Corder

    Che Fiero Costume Giovanni Legrenzi

    Am See Franz Schubert

    Le Vert Colibri Ernest Chausson

    CLASS 273 11:54am Vocal Solo - 19 and under - Recital Group

    ____ 1. Alexandra Smith

    Qui Sedes Ad Dexteram Patris Antonio Vivaldi

    Abendempfindung An Laura Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

    Loon Cry, Night Call Harry Somers

    12:12pm End of session

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    Voice 6:30pm Tuesday, April 26, 2016

    Dr. Steel Recital Hall

    Adjudicator: Dr. Jennifer Farrell

    CLASS 310 6:30pm Musical Theatre Vocal Duets - Junior

    ____ 1. Jamie Jenkins & Sophie Mayne

    Anything You Can Do (Annie Get Your Gun) Irving Berlin

    CLASS 311 Musical Theatre Duet - Intermediate

    ____ 1. Samantha Jenkins & Emma Mayne

    Sister (White Christmas) Irving Berlin

    ____ 2. Katelynn Allen & Alyssa Koughan

    How The Other Half Lives

    (Thoroughly Modern Millie) Jeanine Tesori

    CLASS 293 7:00pm Musical Theatre Solo - Intermediate - Up Tempo

    ____ 1. Siobhan Armstrong

    I Got The Sun In The Morning Irving Berlin

    (Annie Get Your Gun)

    ____ 2. Madeline Mossey

    Gee, I'm Glad, I'm No One Else But Me

    (Anne Of Green Gables) Norman Campbell

    ____ 3. Adelle Breau

    In My Own Little Corner Rogers & Hammerstein

    ____ 4. Katelynn Allen

    Happy Working Song Alan Menken

    ____ 5. Kylee Peters

    Gee, I'm Glad I'm No One Else But Me

    (Anne Of Green Gables) Norman Campbell

    ____6. Allyson Ford

    My Party Dress (Henry And Mudge) Brian Lowdermilk

    ____7. Sophie Brychuk

    Shy (Once Upon a Mattress) Mary Rogers

    ____8. Tanner Burns

    There is Nothing Like a Dame Rogers & Hammerstein

    (South Pacific)

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  • CLASS 323 8:09pm Recital Group- 18 years and over- under three years of instruction

    ____ 1. Jordan MacLean

    Nina G. B. Pergolesi

    Wanderers Nachtlied F. Schubert

    Luck Be A Lady Frank Lesser

    CLASS 319 8:24pm Folk Song - 18 years and over- under three years of instruction

    ____ 1. Jack Sorensen

    Flow Gently, Sweet Afton Arr. Jay Althouse

    CLASS 240SC 8:40pm Song Cycle - Advanced - 21 Years and under

    ____ 1. Lindsay Gillis

    A Sarah Binks Songbook John Greer

    ____ 2. Robyn Perry

    Three Early Songs George Crumb

    I. Night

    II. Let It Be Forgotten

    III. Wind Elegy

    9:10pm End of session

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    Voice 9:00am Wednesday, April 27, 2016

    Park Royal United Church

    Adjudicator: Dr. Jennifer Farrell

    CLASS 258 9:00am Contemporary (1950-Present) - Pre-Junior

    WD__ 1. Edie Rae Duncan

    The Rainbow Cyril Hampshire

    CLASS 279 Vocal Duet - Junior

    ____ 1. James Ronahan & Benjamin Plourde

    I Believe I Can Fly R Kelly, arr. Mac Huff

    CLASS 279NC Vocal Duet - Junior

    ____ 1. Victoria Paton & Finley Campbell

    Jumping Rope Dean Blair

    CLASS 270 9:21am Vocal Solo - Junior - Recital Group

    ____ 1. James Ronahan

    Valencianita arr. Jay Althouse

    Trolls C. Crawley

    Non Lo Dir Col Labbro G. F. Handel

    CLASS 195 9:44am Folk Song - Junior - 11 & under

    ____ 1. Robyn Power

    The Jones Boys arr. Jay Althouse

    ____ 2. Isabel Acorn

    Skye Boat Song Sir Harold Boulton arr. A. MacLaod

    ____ 3. Nicholas Carelse

    Old Dan Tucker arr. Jay Althouse

    CLASS 199 10:09am Folk Song - Senior - 15 and under

    ____ 1. Nadia Haddad

    My Lagan Love Irish Trad./arr. Hamilton

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  • CLASS 201 10:25am Folk Song - Advanced - 19 and under

    ____ 1. Robyn Perry

    La Calle De La Paloma Arr. Edward Kilenyi

    CLASS 274 10:35am Vocal Solo - 21 and under - Recital Group

    ____ 1. Lindsay Gillis

    In Uomini In Soldati W.A. Mozart

    En Sourdine C. Debussy

    Scheiden Und Meiden G. Mahler

    11:30am End of session

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    Page 14

    Voice 1:30pm Wednesday, April 27, 2016

    Dr. Steel Recital Hall

    Adjudicator: Dr. Jennifer Farrell

    CLASS 177 1:30pm

    Vocal Solo - Females - 12 and under

    ____ 1. Siobhan Armstrong

    Chanson De Florian Benjamin Godard

    ____2. Adelle Breau

    Wiegenlied F. Schubert

    ____ 3. Kylee Peters

    The Birds No More Shall Sing G.F.Handel

    ____4. Caitlin Robinson

    To The Sky arr. Carl Strommen

    ____ 5. Madeline Mossey

    Marienwurmchen Robert Schumann

    ____ 6. Lily Weatherbie

    Spring Is Singing In The Garden W.H.Anderson

    ____ 7. Angela Kwon

    Slumber Song F. Schubert

    ____ 8. Paige Doncaster

    Spring Is Singing In The Garden W.H.Anderson

    ____ 9. Katherine Douglas

    Owls Peter Jenkyns

    ____ 10. Grace Roberts

    A La Nanita Nana arr. Sherri Porterfield

    CLASS 196 2:38pm Folk Song - Intermediate - 12 and under

    ____ 1. Kylee Peters

    Un Canadien Errant Arr. Nancy Telfer

    ____ 2. Siobhan Armstrong

    Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child Arr. Christine Donkin

    ____ 3. Angela Kwon

    To The Sky American Folk Song Arr. C. Strommen

    ____ 4. Madeline Mossey

    Simple Gifts American Folk Arr. Mark Hayes

    ____ 5. Lily Weatherbie

    Skye Boat Song Folk Song

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  • CLASS 242 3:09pm English Art Song - Intermediate

    ____ 1. Adelle Breau

    Boats Of Mine J. S. Miller

    ____ 2. Madeline Mossey

    The Path To The Moon Eric Thiman

    3:30pm Break

    CLASS 292 3:45pm Musical Theatre Solo - Junior - 11 and under

    ____ 1. Sadie Ghiz

    A Spoonful of Sugar Richard & Robert Sherman

    (Mary Poppins)

    ____ 2. Hannah Brown

    Tomorrow (Annie) Charles Strouse

    ____ 3. Erica Burke

    The Girl I Mean To Be L. Simon and M. Norman

    ____ 4. Mary Kate McCardle

    When You Wish Upon A Star (Pinocchio) Leigh Harline

    ____ 5. Robyn Power

    God Help The Outcasts

    (Hunchback of Notre Dame) A. Menken & S. Schwartz

    ____ 6. Nicholas Carelse

    Where Is Love (Oliver) Lionel Bart

    ____7. Alaina Rashed

    I know things now Stephen Sondheim

    (Into the Woods)

    ____ 8. Kathleen Henthorn

    The Happy Working Song (Enchanted) A Mencken, S Scwartz

    4:37pm End of session

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    Voice 7:00pm Wednesday, April 27, 2016

    Park Royal United Church

    Adjudicator: Dr. Jennifer Farrell

    CLASS 267 7:00pm Vocal Solo - Intermediate - Canadian

    ____ 1. Siobhan Armstrong

    Lazy Summer Herbert Belyea

    ____ 2. Keridwen Campbell

    Candle John Oliver

    ____ 3. Allyson Ford

    O Little Lamb Marjorie Kisbey-Hick

    CLASS 223 7:24pm Operatic Solo - Advanced - 28 and under

    ____ 1. Andrea Corder

    Deh Vieni, Non Tardar Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

    CLASS 253 7:37pm Early 20th Century (1900-1949) - Intermediate

    ____ 1. Keridwen Campbell

    Heffle Cuckoo Fair Martin Shaw

    CLASS 184 7:45pm Vocal Solo - Females - 15 and under

    ____ 1. Nadia Haddad

    If Music Be The Food Of Love Henry Purcell

    ____ 2. Angela He

    Star Vicino Salvatore Rosa

    Wait for Accompanist

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  • CLASS 234 8:15pm French Art Song - Advanced - 19 and under

    ____ 1. Robyn Perry

    Le Rossignol Des Lilas Reynaldo Hahn

    CLASS 1 NF 8:30pm NF Class - Vocal Solo - Advanced

    ____ 1. Lindsay Gillis

    I. Wie Wohl Mein Herze In Tranen Schwimmt

    (Mattaus Passion) J.S. Bach

    Chacun Le Salt (La Fille Du Regiment) G. Donizetti

    ____ 2. Robyn Perry

    Blute Nur, Du Liebes Herz (Mattaus-Passion) J.S. Bach

    Deh Vieni Non Tardar (Le Nozze Di Figaro) W.A. Mozart

    9:15pm End of Session

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    Voice 9:15am Thursday, April 28, 2016

    Park Royal United Church

    Adjudicator: Dr. Jennifer Farrell

    CLASS 110 9:15am School Chorus - Unison - Kindergarten

    ____ 1. Spring Park Elementary School Kindergarten Choir

    One Light, One Sun Raffi (arr. Anna M. Spall)

    Tingalayo Arr. Bernie Cossentino

    CLASS 112 9:30am School Chorus - Unison - Grade 2

    ____ 1. Spring Park Elementary School Grade Two Choir

    Cha, Cha Gordon M. Fleming

    Catch A Little Sunbeam John Simituk

    CLASS 118 9:45am Primary School Choir - Female Unison Chorus - Grades K-3

    ____ 1. West Kent Elementary School Grades 2-3 Girls Choir

    Child Of The Universe Craig Cassils

    Nursery Rhyme Nonsense Marilyn Broughton

    CLASS 113 10:00am School Chorus - Unison - Grade 3

    ____ 1. Spring Park Elementary School Grade Three Choir

    Inuit Vignette Michael And Mira Coghlan

    Waltzing Matilda arr. M. Cowan and A." Banjo" Paterson

    CLASS 111 10:15am

    School Chorus - Unison - Grade 1

    ____ 1. Spring Park Elementary School Grade One Choir

    Mumble, Grumble Minnie O'Leary

    Sing A Rainbow Arthur Hamilton

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  • CLASS 119 10:30am Primary School Choir - Male Unison Chorus - Grades K-3

    ____ 1. West Kent Elementary School Grade 2-3 Boys Choir

    Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo Hoffman/Livingston

    Lester The Lobster Steve Stevedore

    10:45am Break

    CLASS 123 11:00am Elementary School Choir - Two Part Chorus - Grades 4 - 6

    ____ 1. Lucy Maud Montgomery Elementary School Choir

    Shoes Hal Leonard

    Bach A Rock Helen Arlen

    ____ 2. West Kent Elementary School Grades 4-6 Choir

    Homeward Bound Jay Althouse

    This Ol' Man Greg Gilpin

    ____ 3. Spring Park Elementary Grade 4-6 Choir

    Busy, Busy Bumblebee Greg Gilpin

    Imagine A World David Waggoner

    11:50am End of session

    National Music Festival Edmonton, Alberta August 11-13th, 2016 Grand Concert is August 13, 2016

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    Voice 1:30pm Thursday, April 28, 2016

    Dr. Steel Recital Hall

    Adjudicator: Dr. Jennifer Farrell

    CLASS 175 1:30pm Vocal Solo - Females - 11 and under

    ____ 1. Isabel Acorn

    Spring Is Singing In The Garden W.H. Anderson

    ____2. Robyn Power

    Spring Is Singing In The Garden W.H. Anderson

    ____ 3. Sadie Ghiz

    Someone Violet Archer

    ____ 4. Kathleen Henthorn

    Come By The Hills arr Christine Donkin

    CLASS 192 1:45pm Folk Song - Pre-Junior - 8 and under

    ____ 1. Mary Kate McCardle

    There Stands A Little Man Ernest MacMillan

    __WD 2. Edie Rae Duncan

    When The Saints Go Marching In Arr. Akiko & Forrest Kinn

    ____ 3. Sara Mossey

    Old Joe Clark American Folk

    CLASS 194 2:15pm Folk Song - Junior - 10 & under

    ____ 1. Erica Burke

    Scarbourough Fair Jay Althouse

    CLASS 205 Sacred Solo - Junior - 9 and under

    ____ 1. Hannah Brown

    Praise The Lord Natalie Sleeth

    CLASS 206 2:30pm Sacred Solo - Junior - 10 & under

    ____ 1. James Ronahan

    Gloria In Excelsis Robert Anderson

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  • CLASS 185 2:36pm Vocal Solo - Males - 16 and under

    ____ 1. Nicholas Murphy

    Halt! F. Schubert

    CLASS 212 2:45pm Sacred Solo - Senior - 17 and under

    ____ 1. Jenny Dunne

    My Lord, What A Morning Spiritual Arr. Jay Althouse

    3:00pm End of session

    AWARDS CONCERT, TUESDAY, MAY 10TH

    , 2016

    Park Royal United Church, 11 Christie Drive, Parkdale, PEI

    6:00pm and 8:00pm

    ROSEBOWL COMPETITION, FRIDAY, MAY 6TH

    , 2016

    Dr. Steel Recital Hall, University of Prince Edward Island

    6:30pm and 8:00pm

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  • Piano 9:00am Monday, April 25, 2016

    Dr. Steel Recital Hall

    Adjudicator: Jane Wood

    CLASS 380 9:00am Piano Solo - Grade 9 - List B

    ____ 1. Jack Cui

    Six Easy Variations On An Original Theme

    WoO 77 L. van Beethoven

    ____ 2. Julia Bovaird

    Six Easy Variations On An Original Theme

    WoO 77 L. van Beethoven

    CLASS 374 9:22am Piano Solo - Grade 7 - List C - (CC List C or D)

    ____ 1. Shruthi Bandi

    Nocturne C. Poole

    ____ 2. Tolu Faromika

    Nocturne C. Poole

    ____ 3. Yolanda Ren

    Fantasy Bossa Christopher Norton

    ____ 4. Matthew Wang

    Pentatonic Tune J.S. Bach

    ____ 5. Daniel Gallant

    Arietta R. Gliere

    ____ 6. Nathan Chong

    Nocturne Clifford Poole

    ____ 7. Matthew Arsenault

    Peace Country Hoedown Christine Donkin

    ____ 8. Angela Kwon

    Waltz V. Kossenko

    10:15am Break

    CLASS 539-1 10:30am Contemporary (1950-Present) - Intermediate - Grade 5 to Grade 8

    ____ 1. Daniel Gallant

    Hallelujah L. Cohen Arr. Kevern

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    CLASS 450A 10:37am Piano Solo - Method Book Classes - 12 and under

    ____ 1. Andrew McKenna

    Star Wars Main Theme John Williams

    ____ 2. Carly Thompson

    A Whole New World A. Menken, Arr. Faber

    ____ 3. Brinley Gallant

    The Banana Boat N. & R. Faber

    ____ 4. Clare Apars

    Scarborough Fair Faber & Faber

    ____ 5. Stella Conway

    Morning Edvard Grieg

    ____ 6. Katherine Douglas

    Can You Feel the Love Tonight Arr. Sharon Aronson

    ____ 7. Gerry Atkins

    Smiley C. Norton

    ____ 8. Anna Blanchard

    Parasailing Nancy And Randal Faber

    ____ 9. Katelynn Allen

    Hello Adele Adkins and Greg Kurstin

    CLASS 400A 11:27am Piano Solo- Graded Studies/tudes - Grade 7

    ____ 1. Susan Wu

    Fluttering Leaves Stephen Heller

    CLASS 400ANC 11:34am Piano Solo- Graded Studies/tudes - Grade 7

    ____ 1. Rachel Hamilton

    Lesson In A Major, Op. 33, no.7 William Sterndale Bennett

    CLASS 362NC Piano Solo - Grade 3 - List C

    ____ 1. Susanna Hamilton

    Interlude Martha Mier

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  • CLASS 374NC 11:45am Piano Solo - Grade 7 - List C (CC List C or D)

    ____ 1. Rachel Hamilton

    Nocturne Clifford Poole

    CLASS 394 Piano Solo- Graded Studies/tudes - Grade 1

    ____ 1. Lucy Power

    A Swinging Leprechaun M. Schoenmehl

    ____ 2. Eleven Yu

    Jazz! Goes The Weasel R. Maxner

    12:04pm End of session

    AWARDS CONCERT, TUESDAY, MAY 10TH

    , 2016

    Park Royal United Church, 11 Christie Drive, Parkdale, PEI

    6:00pm and 8:00pm

    ROSEBOWL COMPETITION, FRIDAY, MAY 6TH

    , 2016

    Dr. Steel Recital Hall, University of Prince Edward Island

    6:30pm and 8:00pm

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    Piano 1:30pm Monday, April 25, 2016

    Dr. Steel Recital Hall

    Adjudicator: Jane Wood

    CLASS 545 1:30pm Piano Solo - Senior - Canadian - Grade 8 - ARCT

    ____ 1. Jacqueline McQuaid

    Jazz Exercise No. 2 Oscar Peterson

    ____ 2. Julia Bovaird

    Carnivalse C. Gonzales

    CLASS 399A 1:45pm Piano Solo- Graded Studies/tudes - Grade 6

    ____ 1. Alana Worth

    Solfeggio in D Major J.C.F. Bach

    CLASS 544 Piano Solo - Intermediate - Canadian- Grade 5 to Grade 8

    ____ 1. Mengjue Chen

    Jazz Exercise No. 2 Oscar Peterson

    ____ 2. Keridwen Campbell

    Barcarole David Duke

    CLASS 514 2:04pm Sonatina - One Movement - Intermediate - Grade 5 to Grade 8

    ____ 1. Eris Liu

    Sonatina in a minor C. Gurlitt

    CLASS 513-17 Sonatina - Complete - Junior- Grade 5 to Grade 8

    ____ 1. Jason Chen

    Sonatina in a minor Op.214 No.4 C Gurlitt

    CLASS 518 2:15pm Sonata - One Movement - Senior - Grade 8 to ARCT C.P.E. Bach

    ____ 1. Alex Wang

    Sonata in b minor Wq6 2/22 H132

    Allegro

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  • CLASS 519 2:35pm Sonata - Two Movements - Senior - Grade 8 to ARCT

    ____ 1. Judy S. Yun

    Sonata No. 1 in f minor, Op. 2, no.1 Ludwig van Beethoven

    I. Allegro

    II.. Adagio

    CLASS 382 2:51pm Piano Solo - Grade 9 - List D

    ____ 1. Jack Cui

    Reverie in f minor D.Alexander

    ____ 2. Adle Arsenault

    El Viaje Astor Piazzolla

    ____ 3. Lisa Han

    Deserted Plantation William Gillock

    3:11pm Break

    CLASS 383 3:30pm Piano Solo - Grade 10 - List A

    ____ 1. Judy S. Yun

    French Suite No 6 in E Major, BWV 817 J.S.. Bach

    I. Allemande

    VIII. Gigue

    CLASS 527 3:40pm Piano Solo - Advanced - Romantic - Grade 10 to ARCT

    ____ 1. Connie H. Yun

    Fantaisie Impromptu, Op. 66 Frdric Chopin

    WD 2. Liam Payne

    Ballade No. 2 F. Chopin

    ____ 3. Sannu Lawt

    Etude No. 3 Un Sospiro F. Liszt

    CLASS 441 4:05pm Piano Solo - RCM Popular Repertoire - Grade 8

    ____ 1. Angela He

    Star Wars John Williams Arr. Dan Coates

    CLASS 376-1

    Piano Solo Grade 8 List B 4:13pm

    ____1. Mengjue Chen

    Sonata in A Major Op59 no.1 F. Kuhlau

    ____ 2. Jacqueline McQuaid

    Sonatina in E Flat Major J.L. Dussek

    4:30pm End of session

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    Piano 7:00pm Monday, April 25, 2016

    Park Royal United Church

    Adjudicator: Jane Wood

    CLASS 552 7:00pm Piano Solo - Junior - Complete Work - Grade 2 to Grade 5

    ____ 1. Maximus Wang

    Sonatina in C Major Op. 36 No. 1 Muzio Clementi

    CLASS 371 Piano Solo - Grade 6 - List C

    ____ 1. Susan Wu

    On The Lake Heinrich Hofmann

    ____ 2. Jimmy Zhang

    Happy Time Jazz M. Mier

    ____ 3. Alana Worth

    Happy Time Jazz Martha Mier

    CLASS 377-1 Piano Solo - Grade 8 - List C 7:29pm

    ____ 1. Mengjue Chen

    Scherzo in B Flat Major D593, no 1 F. Schubert

    CLASS 454A 7:38pm Piano Solo - Method Book Classes - 16 and under

    ____ 1. Lauren Locke

    A Little Song D. Kabalevsky

    CLASS 456A 7:45pm Piano Solo - Older Beginner Classes - Less than 2 years of instruction

    ____ 1. Carol McClure

    I Want To Hold Your Hand P. McCartney & J. Lennon

    arr. Nancy & Randall Faber

    CLASS 521 Sonata - One Movement - Advanced - Grade 10 - ARCT

    ____ 1. Dr. Susan Stewart

    Sonata Op.2 No. 1 Ludwig van Beethoven

    II. Adagio

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  • CLASS 373 8:04pm Piano Solo - Grade 7 - List B

    ____ 1. Nathan Chong

    Fr Elise, WoO. 59 Ludwig van Beethoven

    ____ 2. Angela Kwon

    Sonatina in C First Movement M. Clementi

    ____ 3. Yolanda Ren

    Fr Elise L.van Beethoven

    ____ 4. Matthew Arsenault

    Sonata in G Major III Mvt. F.J. Haydn

    ____ 5. Matthew Wang

    Sonatina in C Major Op. 36 no. 3, First Mvt. Muzio Clementi

    ____ 6. Colin Arsenault

    Fr Elise L. van Beethoven

    CLASS 391 8:49pm Piano Solo - ARCT- List D

    ____ 1. Dr. Susan Stewart

    Prelude in b minor Op.32 No.10 S. Rachmaninoff

    CLASS 523-1 9:05pm Sonata - Complete - Advanced - Grade 10 - ARCT

    ____ 1. Liam Payne

    Sonata No. 1 Op. 22 A. Ginastera

    9:25pm End of session

    Volunteers are required to have a successful Music Festival How would you like to help?

    email Kay: klinkletter@gmail.com

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    Piano 9:00am Tuesday, April 26, 2016

    Dr. Steel Recital Hall

    Adjudicator: Jane Wood

    CLASS 351-1 9:00am Piano Solo - Preparatory - Piece #1

    ____ 1. Allison MacKay

    A Carefree Fellow Daniel Gottlob Turk

    ____ 2. Alexandra Scales

    Jazz Blast N. & R. Faber

    ____ 3. Mike Ni

    A Little Joke D. Kabalevsky

    ____ 4. Isabelle O'Connell

    Cool Groove E. McLean

    ____ 5. Ava Murphy

    The Lively Boy Daniel Gottlob Turk

    ____ 6. Tim Rafuse

    Playful Puppy Linda Niamath

    CLASS 351 9:35am Piano Solo - Preparatory - Piece #1

    ____ 1. Mariah Howard

    By The Mill Pond Joan Last

    ____ 2. Julia Fitzgerald

    Sneaky Sam Melody Bober

    ____ 3. Ainsley Gaudet

    Playful Puppy Linda Niamath

    ____ 4. Cate Kelly

    Whirling Leaves Faber

    ____ 5. Nadia Carr

    Boots Yvonne Adair

    ____ 6. Zack Craswell

    The Trumpeter and the Echo D. Kabalevsky

    ____ 7. Nathan Linkletter

    The Trumpeter and the Echo D. Kabalevsky

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  • CLASS 356 10:05am Piano Solo - Grade 1 - List C

    ____ 1. Eleven Yu

    Invention No. 4. Clifford Poole

    Frere Jacques Stands On His Head

    10:15am Break

    CLASS 355 10:30am Piano Solo - Grade 1 - List B

    ____ 1. Daniel Fitzgerald

    Robots A. Crosby Gaudet

    ____ 2. Martha Ferguson

    Spooks Clifford Poole

    ____ 3. Ashley Chong

    Fairy Tale Alexander T. Gretchanino

    ____ 4. Hannah Ellis

    Dream Journey C. Donkin

    ____ 5. Kyla Clarkin

    Dream Journey Christine Donkin

    ____ 6. Sofia Atkins

    Mist C. Poole

    ____ 7. Josie Burke

    Angelfish A. Crosby Gaudet

    CLASS 355-1 11:00am Piano Solo - Grade 1 - List B

    ____ 1. Evelyn Guignian

    Dream Journey Christine Donkin

    ____ 2. Eleven Yu

    Angelfish A. Crosby Gaudet

    ____ 3. Matthew Lee

    Early One Morning Arr. F. Silvester

    ____ 4. Bridget Judson

    Waltz D. Kabalevsky

    ____ 5. Taysha Kirkham

    Dream Journey C. Donkin

    ____ 6. Kate Ford

    Angelfish A. Crosby Gaudet

    ____ 7. Ryan MacKay

    Bronze Bear Yvonne Adair

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    CLASS 407 11:41am Piano Solo - Contemporary Idioms -Other Genres- Level 1

    ____ 1. Suzanna Xu

    Chromatic Rag Beverly Porter

    CLASS 445B Piano Solo - Method Book Classes - 7 and under

    ____ 1. Serena Clark

    Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star Theme and Variations

    N. & R. Faber

    12:08pm End of session

    National Music Festival Edmonton, Alberta August 11-13th, 2016 Grand Concert is August 13, 2016

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  • Piano 1:30pm Tuesday, April 26, 2016

    Dr. Steel Recital Hall

    Adjudicator: Jane Wood

    CLASS 378 1:30pm

    Piano Solo - Grade 8 - List D

    ____ 1. Nathan Liang

    Mysterious Summer's Evening Larysa Kuzmenko

    ____ 2. Angela He

    The Gentle Waltz Oscar Peterson

    CLASS 540 Contemporary (1950-Present) - Senior - Grade 8 to Grade 10 or ARCT

    ____ 1. Alex Wang

    Decadent Sentimental Song M. Manzano

    CLASS 401A 1:56pm

    Piano Solo- Graded Studies/tudes - Grade 8

    ____ 1. Nathan Liang

    Etude Op.27, no 4 D. Kabalevsky

    CLASS 444A 2:03pm Piano Solo - Method Book Classes - 6 and under

    ____ 1. Kate Power

    Classic Dance Faber & Faber

    ____ 2. Finley Campbell

    Quiet River Alfred

    ____ 3. Logan Rinco

    That's A Fifth! Palmer

    ____4. Hope Dodd

    Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star Traditional, arr Carol M.

    ____ 5. Leah Gallant

    Alouette N. & R. Faber

    ____ 6. Ethan Clark

    Pet Dragon N. & R. Faber

    ____ 7. Leon Liang

    Show Boat R. Faber

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    CLASS 445A 2:28pm Piano Solo - Method Book Classes - 7 and under

    ____ 1. Katie Grandy

    Singin' The Blues Elvina Pearce

    ____ 2. Noleigh McCourt

    Indian Song Alfred

    ____ 3. Lauryn Matheson

    Love Somebody Alfred

    ____ 4. Nathaniel Houchane

    Come Thou Almighty King Arr. Bastien

    ____ 5. Emma Lazaratos

    Ladybug Boogie M Mier

    ____ 6. Serena Clark

    Alley Cat Choir N. & R. Faber

    ____7. Leaha Ellsworth

    Sleeping Beauty Waltz P. Tchaikovsky

    CLASS 431 Piano Solo - Contemporary Idioms -Other Genres- Level 7

    ____ 1. Yolanda Ren

    Innocent Joe Hisaishi

    CLASS 401B Piano Solo- Graded Studies/tudes - Grade 8

    ____ 1. Nathan Liang

    Am Abend Op. 88, No.2 Heinrich Hofmann

    3:20pm Break

    CLASS 439 3:30pm Piano Solo - RCM Popular Repertoire - Grade 6

    ____ 1. Lydia Ramsey

    Beauty and the Beast Menken, Arr. By D. Coates

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  • CLASS 438 3:38pm Piano Solo - RCM Popular Repertoire - Grade 5

    ____ 1. Francesca Evans

    River Flows In You L. Yiruma, arr. Mona Rejino

    CLASS 437 3:46pm Piano Solo - RCM Popular Repertoire - Grade 4

    ____ 1. Grace Bulger

    Firework M. Eriksen, T. E. Hermans

    CLASS 444B 3:55pm Piano Solo - Method Book Classes - 6 and under

    ____ 1. Leon Liang

    Firefly R. Faber

    ____ 2. Finley Campbell

    Come Buy My Balloons Alfred

    ____ 3. Ethan Clark

    Hot Chocolate, Whipped-Cream Day N. & R. Faber

    ____ 4. Leah Gallant

    Alley Cat Choir N. & R. Faber

    ____ 5. Logan Rinco

    Where Did You Get That Hat Alfreds

    CLASS 411 4:15pm Piano Solo - Contemporary Idioms -Other Genres- Level 2

    ____ 1. Clare Bowie

    The Ragtime Farmer R. Schuman, arr. M. Mier

    CLASS 447B 4:24pm Piano Solo - Method Book Classes - 9 and under

    ____ 1. Frida Schneider

    Snake Charmer Faber

    ____ 2. Ellie Rainnie

    Aria J.S. Bach

    ____3. Justin Butler

    Cossack Ride Faber and Faber

    CLASS 447A-1

    Piano Solo Method Book Classes 9 and under

    ____ 1. Frida Schneider

    Aardvark Boogie Faber

    4:40pm End of session

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    Piano 9:00am Wednesday, April 27, 2016

    Dr. Steel Recital Hall

    Adjudicator: Jane Wood

    CLASS 352 9:00am Piano Solo - Preparatory- Piece #2

    ____ 1. Nathan Linkletter

    Boots Y. Adair

    ____ 2. Ben Nogler

    Pop Goes The Weasel A. Markow

    ____ 3. Cameron Craswell

    Boots Yvonne Adair

    ____ 4. Mike Ni

    A Song A. Gedike

    ____ 5. Ava Murphy

    Jazz Blast N. Faber and R. Faber

    ____ 6. Alexandra Scales

    Smooth And Crunchy Elissa Milne

    ____ 7. Nadia Carr

    A Skating Waltz Boris Berlin

    CLASS 354 9:35am Piano Solo - Grade 1 - List A

    ____ 1. Kate Ford

    German Dance in D Major Hob.1X:22 no. 2 F. Haydn

    ____ 2. Ashley Chong

    Minuet in C Major J.W. Hassler

    ____ 3. Lucy Power

    Minuet in a minor J. Krieger

    ____ 4. Jacey Baglole

    Minuet in a minor J. Kreiger

    ____ 5. Suzanna Xu

    Arioso in F Major Daniel Gottlob Trk

    ____ 6. Eleven Yu

    German Dance in D Major F.J. Haydn

    ____ 7. Matthew Lee

    Burlesque in G Major Anonymous

    ____ 8. Hannah Ellis

    The Ballet D.G. Turk

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  • 10:18am Break

    CLASS 353 10:30am Piano Solo - Preparatory- Piece #3

    ____ 1. Mike Ni

    The Calico Cat H. Marlais

    ____ 2. Cameron Craswell

    A Skating Waltz Boris Berlin

    ____ 3. Alexandra Scales

    Rowing Round John Milligan

    _ ___4. Zack Craswell

    Shadows M. Mier & D. Alexander

    CLASS 359 Piano Solo - Grade 2 - List C

    ____ 1. Sara Hanlon

    Invention in C Major R. Christopher

    CLASS 446A 10:46am Piano Solo - Method Book Classes - 8 and under

    ____ 1. Isabela Martin

    Allegro M. Giuliani arr. Faber

    ____ 2. Udan Abeykoon

    Boogie Bounce Alfred's Premier

    ____ 3. Robbie Douglas

    A Neat Beat M. Mier

    ____ 4. Jay Deroches

    Imperial March John Williams

    ____ 5. Sara Henthorn

    A Concert Waltz Alfred

    ____ 6. Ella Gallant

    Puff the Magic Dragon P. Yarrow And L. Lipton

    ____ 7. Leah Hanlon

    Qwerty Alfred's Premier

    ____ 8. Tessa Broderick

    Rockin Tune Alfred's

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    CLASS 446A-1 11:22am Piano Solo - Method Book Classes - 8 and under

    ____ 1. Samantha Ostridge

    Lightly Row Anonymous

    ____ 2. Matthew Howard

    Indians Alfreds

    ____ 3. Brenna Pollard

    Russian Sailor Dance Traditional

    WD_ 4. Mollie Shaw

    Freddie The Frog A. Crosby Gaudet

    ____ 5. Emily Ye

    Swans On The Lake Thompson

    ____ 6. Will MacLean

    Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star + Variation 2 Faber & Faber

    CLASS 365 (from page 49) 12:05pm

    Piano Solo - Grade 4 - List C

    _____ 2. David Jay

    Foggy Day Blues M. Springer

    12:10pm End of session

    I can play hockey AND I can play the piano

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  • Piano 1:30pm Wednesday, April 27, 2016

    Park Royal United Church

    Adjudicator: Jane Wood

    CLASS 395 1:30pm Piano Solo- Graded Studies/tudes - Grade 2

    ____ 1. Jessica Grandy

    Crazy Comics Christine Donkin

    ____ 2. Karina Jenkins

    Colored Windows Edna-Mae Burnam

    WD_ 3. Sarah Scantlebury

    The Wind Chee-Hwa Tan

    ____ 4. Sara Hanlon

    Etude in C Major C. Czerny

    CLASS 446B 1:45pm Piano Solo - Method Book Classes - 8 and under

    ____ 1. Ella Gallant

    Bobo's Boogie S. Holland

    ____ 2. Leah Hanlon

    Butterfly World Alfred's Premier

    ____ 3. Udan Abeykoon

    Shadows Alfred's Premier

    ____ 4. Samantha Ostridge

    The Juggler Faber

    ____ 5. Isabela Martin

    Grandmother N. & R. Faber

    CLASS 396A 2:20pm Piano Solo- Graded Studies/tudes - Grade 3

    ____ 1. Robyn Baglole

    In The Spirit C. Norton

    ____ 2. Braedan Tremere

    Witches And Wizards Christine Donkin

    ____ 3. Matthew O'Connell

    In The Spirit C. Norton

    (class continued)

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    (Class 396A continued)

    ____ 4. Alex Rogers

    Arabesque J.F. Burgmuller

    ____ 5. Sarah Abraham

    Arabesque Op.100 (no..2) J.F. Burgmuller

    CLASS 535 2:52pm Early 20th Century (1900-1949) Senior - Grade 8 to Grade 10 or ARCT

    ____ 1. Jack Cui

    Sacro-Monte Op.55, no 5 Joaquin Turina

    CLASS 526 Piano Solo - Senior - Romantic - Grade 8 to ARCT

    ____ 1. Alex Wang

    Scotch Poem, Op.31, no. 2 E. MacDowell

    CLASS 542 3:11pm Piano Solo - Pre-Junior - Canadian - Preparatory to Grade 2

    ____ 1. Mainu Lawt

    Autumn Leaves L. Niamath

    3:17pm Break

    CLASS 357 3:30pm Piano Solo - Grade 2 - List A

    WD_ 1. Sarah Scantlebury

    Allegretto in C Major C.G. Neefe

    ____ 2. Erin MacKay

    Menuet En Rondeau Jean-Philippe Rameau

    ____ 3. Joshbin Roy

    Menuetto in C Major K. 6 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

    ____ 4. Mainu Lawt

    Impertinenve G.F. Handel

    ____ 5. Ivy Hu

    Menuet En Rondeau Jean-Philippe Rameau

    ____ 6. Alicia Wang

    Ecossaise in G Major Ludwig van Beethoven

    4:10pm End of session

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  • Piano 6:45pm Wednesday, April 27, 2016

    Dr. Steel Recital Hall

    Adjudicator: Jane Wood

    CLASS 539 6:45pm Contemporary (1950-Present) - Intermediate - Grade 5 to Grade 8

    ____ 1. Angela Kwon

    Prayer Of The Matador Norman Dello Joio

    ____ 2. Tobiah Rowswell

    Lost Woods (Sarias Song) Koji Kondo

    CLASS 362 7:00pm Piano Solo - Grade 3 - List C

    ____ 1. Chris Kwon

    Picnic 1920 M. Schoenmehl

    ____ 2. Aleea Kirkham

    The Song of Twilight Y. Nakada

    ____ 3. William Wu

    Carousel L. Niamath

    ____ 4. Rhiannon Bernard

    The Song of Twilight Yoshinao Nakada

    ____ 5. Sarah Zhang

    The Song of Twilight Y. Nakada

    ____ 6. Claudia Lopez-Diaz

    The Song of Twilight Yoshinao Nakada

    ____ 7. Maximus Wang

    The Song of Twilight Yoshinao Nakada

    CLASS 548 7:30pm Piano Solo - Junior - Recital Group - Grade 2 to Grade 5

    ____ 1. Kate Lowe

    Fantasia in C Major G. P. Telemann

    Sonatina in G Major III J.T. Latour

    Sunset in Rio M. Springer

    ____ 2. Maximus Wang

    Variations on a Russian Folk Song I. Berkovich

    Left Alone J. Grill

    Zinc Pink Dennis Alexander

    CLASS 379 7:45pm

    Piano Solo Grade 9 List A

    ____1. Jack Cui

    Sonata in A Major K209 D. Scarlatti

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    CLASS 549 8:00pm Piano Solo - Intermediate - Recital Group- Grade 5 to Grade 8

    ____ 1. Brian Lawt

    Prelude in b minor Op 28, no. 6 F. Chopin

    Sneaky S. Chatman

    Toccatina Op 95 no.12 J. Takacs

    ____ 2. Matthew Wang

    Romance-Impromptu Arthur Benjamin

    Waltz in G Sharp minor Op. 39 no. 3 Johannes Brahms

    Etude in C minor Op. 29 no. 7 Henri Jerome Bertini

    CLASS 550 8:30pm Piano Solo - Senior - Recital Group - Grade 8 - ARCT

    ____ 1. Judy S. Yun

    Etude in f minor, Op. 25 no. 2 Frdric Chopin

    Doctor Gradus Ad Parnassum Claude Debussy

    Dance (Juba) R. Nathaniel Dett

    ____ 2. Adle Arsenault

    L'Egyptienne J.P Rameau

    October (Autumn Song), no.10 P. Tchaikovsky

    Sonata in G Major K283 I.Allegro W.A. Mozart

    CLASS 387 9:00pm Piano Solo - Grade 10 - List E

    ____ 1. Dr. Susan Stewart

    Land of The Misty Giants Oscar Peterson

    (From Canadiana Suite No. 8)

    9:25pm End of session

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  • Piano 9:00am Thursday, April 28, 2016

    Dr. Steel Recital Hall

    Adjudicator: Jane Wood

    CLASS 504 9:00am Piano Solo - Junior - Baroque - Grade 2 to Grade 5

    ____ 1. Maximus Wang

    Gavotte in G Major HWV 491 George Frederic Handel

    CLASS 358 Piano Solo - Grade 2 - List B

    ____ 1. Stefanie Angel

    Ecossaise in G Major L. Van Beethoven

    ____ 2. Ivy Hu

    Half Asleep Norton

    ____ 3. Coral Griffin-Howatt

    March of the Goblins Boris Berlin

    ____4. Gordon Butler

    Ragtime C. Norton

    ____ 5. Stella Conway

    Atacama Desert Wynn-Anne Rossi

    ____ 6. Ellie Howard

    The Mouse in the Coal Bin Clifford Poole

    ____ 7. Emily Chong

    Melody, Op 68 no.1 R. Schumann

    CLASS 358-1 9:50am Piano Solo - Grade 2 - List B

    ____ 1. Nikky Wu

    Turkish Bazaar M. Mrozinski

    ____ 2. Alicia Wang

    The Sparkling Brook M. Goldston

    ____ 3. Sydney Jain

    The Sparkling Brook M. Goldston

    (Class Continued)

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    (Class 358-1 continued)

    ____ 4. Erin MacKay

    Sailing By Moonlight Joan Last

    ____ 5. Olivia MacLennan

    Rag Time Christopher Norton

    ____ 6. Mainu Lawt

    Penquins L. Niamath

    ____ 7. Karina Jenkins

    I Spy Melody Bober

    ____ 8. Joshbin Roy

    Land of the Silver Birch Nancy Telfer

    ____ 9. Tasha Jain

    Atacama Desert Wynn-Anne Rossi

    10:30am Break

    CLASS 360 10:45am Piano Solo - Grade 3 - List A

    ____ 1. Alex Rogers

    Musette in D Major Att. J.S. Bach

    CLASS 361 Piano Solo - Grade 3 - List B

    ____ 1. Sarah Abraham

    Sonatina in C Major, Op.36, no.1 M. Clementi

    ____ 2. William Wu

    Sonatina in C Major M. Clementi

    ____ 3. Claudia Lopez-Diaz

    Sonatina in G Thomas Atwood

    ____ 4. Caitlin Robinson

    Clowns Dmitri Kabalevsky

    CLASS 398B 11:13am Piano Solo- Graded Studies/tudes - Grade 5

    ____ 1. Kate Lowe

    Prelude in D Flat Major C. Rollin

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  • CLASS 366 11:20am Piano Solo - Grade 5 - List A

    ____ 1. Francesca Evans

    Fantasia in C Major G.P. Telemann

    ____ 2. Eris Liu

    Fantasia C Major G.P. Telemann

    ____ 3. Allison Bourque

    Fantasia in C Major G.P. Telemann

    ____ 4. Zora Wendt

    Menuet in g minor BWV 842 J.S. Bach

    ____ 5. Jason Chen

    Fantasia in C Major G P Telemann

    CLASS 384 11:53am Piano Solo - Grade 10 - List B

    ____ 1. Valda Oei

    Sonata in D Major Hob. XVI:33, Complete F.J. Haydn

    12:12pm End of session

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    Piano 6:00pm Thursday, April 28, 2016

    Dr. Steel Recital Hall

    Adjudicator: Jane Wood

    CLASS 461 6:00am Piano Duets - Junior - 10 and under

    ____ 1. Carter Gallant & Ella Gallant

    Do-Re-Mi Rodgers and Hammerstein

    ____ 2. Tasha Jain & Sydney Jain

    Sleeping Beauty Waltz P. Tchaikovsky, arr. T.Brown

    CLASS 462 6:14pm Piano Duets - Junior - 11 and under

    ____ 1. Cincy Chen & Wendy Yan

    A Mysterious Moment M. Bober

    ____ 2. Alex Clow & Eve MacMillan

    Some Day Dennis Alexander

    ____ 3. Payton Kelly & Cate Kelly

    Do-Re-Mi Top Hits Duet Book,

    ____ 4. Aleea Kirkham & Taysha Kirkham

    Copycat C. Matz

    CLASS 466 6:34pm

    Piano Duets -Senior

    ____ 1. Lydia Ramsey & Maddie Thompson

    Toccata For Two Robert Vandall

    ____ 2. Colin Arsenault & Matthew Arsenault

    Kitten On The Keys Zez Confrey arr. K. Olson

    CLASS 1800NC 6:51pm Family Music - Piano Duets

    ____ 1. Dr.Susan Stewart & Helen MacRae

    Sheep May Safely Graze J.S. Bach arr. Mary Howe

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  • CLASS 376 7:06pm

    Piano Solo - Grade 8 - List B

    ____ 1. Brian Lawt

    Sonata Op 49 no. 1 I. Allegro L. van Beethoven

    ____ 2. Shavonne Yu

    Sonata in A Major Op. 59 no.1, Second Movement F. Kuhlau

    ____ 3. Nathan Liang

    Sonata in A Major Op.59 no.1 First Movement F. Kuhlau

    ____ 4. Angela He

    Sonata in A Major Op.59 no.1 I. Allegro F. Kuhlau

    CLASS 507 7:44pm Piano Solo - Advanced - Baroque - Grade 10 to ARCT

    ____ 1. Sannu Lawt

    Italian Concerto in F Major BWV 971

    I. Allegro II. Andante J.S. Bach

    CLASS 551 8:00pm Piano Solo - Advanced - Recital Group - Grade 10 - ARCT

    ____ 1. Thomas Gao

    Sonata No. 2 Op.36 (1931 Version)

    I. Allegro Agitato Sergei Rachmaninoff

    Etude Op. 10 no. 2 Frederic Chopin

    Totentanz Franz Liszt

    CLASS 523 8:40pm Sonata - Complete - Advanced - Grade 10 - ARCT

    ____ 1. Connie H. Yun

    Sonata in C Major, Op. 2, no. 3 Ludwig van Beethoven

    I. Allegro Con Brio

    II. Adagio

    III. Scherzo Allegro

    IV. Allegro Assai.

    9:30pm End of session

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    Piano 9:00am Friday, April 29, 2016

    Dr. Steel Recital Hall

    Adjudicator: Jane Wood

    CLASS 364 9:00am Piano Solo - Grade 4 - List B

    ____ 1. Keridwen Campbell

    Sonatina Erkki Melartin

    ____ 2. Disen Abeykoon

    Sonatina in B Flat Major J. Hook

    ____ 3. Sophia Li

    Sonatina in G Major M. Clementi

    CLASS 367 9:21am Piano Solo - Grade 5 - List B

    ____ 1. Kevin Yu

    Sonatina in F Major Anh.5, 1st Mvt. L. van Beethoven

    ____ 2. Zora Wendt

    Sonatina in C Major Op. 36 No. 3, 3rd Mvt. Muzio Clementi

    ____ 3. Cincy Chen

    Romance in G Major J.N. Hummel

    ____ 4. Francesca Evans

    Sonatina in G Major III. Moderato J.T. Latour

    ____ 5. Tobiah Rowswell

    Sonatina in F Major Anh. 5, 1st Mvt. Ludwig van Beethoven

    ____ 6. Maddie Thompson

    Sonatina in F Major, II Rondo L. van Beethoven

    ____ 7. Qwyn Scurr

    Sonatina in a minor II &III C. Gurlitt

    ____ 8. Sarah Langille

    Sonatina Anh. 5 No.2 I. Allegro Assai L. van Beethoven

    10:15 Break

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  • CLASS 365 10:30am Piano Solo - Grade 4 - List C

    ____ 1. Monica Gollagher

    Old French Song Op.39 no.16 P. Tchaikovsky

    Moved_ 2. David Jay

    Foggy Day Blues M. Springer

    ____ 3. Keridwen Campbell

    Children's Game Bela Bartok

    ____ 4. Allyson Ford

    After The Rain J. Bender

    ____ 5. Sophia Li

    Happy Farmer Robert Schumann

    ____ 6. Grace Bulger

    Thinguma Jig Dale Reubart

    CLASS 363 11:08am Piano Solo - Grade 4 - List A

    ____ 1. Annabelle Orichefsky

    Minuet in G Major J.S. Bach

    ____ 2. Disen Abeykoon

    Rigadoon in a minor W. Babell

    ____ 3. Santanna Beaton

    Air in B Flat Major G.F. Handel

    ____4. Sophia Li

    Air in B Flat Major G.F. Handel

    CLASS 398A 11:24am Piano Solo- Graded Studies/tudes - Grade 5

    ____ 1. Francesca Evans

    Prelude Op.39, no.19 Dmitri Kabalevsky

    ____ 2. Sarah Langille

    Sorrow Op 100, no. 2 J. F.Burgmuller

    ____ 3. Kate Lowe

    Sweet Sorrow Op.100, no. 16 J. F. Burgmuller

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    CLASS 449B 11:49am Piano Solo - Method Book Classes - 11 and under

    WD 1. Grace McQuaid

    Echoes from Atlantis Kevin Olson

    ____ 2. Bonnie Thompson

    Snowflake Rag Faber & Faber

    CLASS 452B Piano Solo - Method Book Classes - 14 and under

    ____ 1. Annabelle Orichefsky

    Variations on The Theme

    From Celebrated Canon in D J. Pachabel, Arr. D. Alexander

    12:08pm End of session

    Presents The Little Mermaid

    July and August, 2016

    The cast is PEI Youth from

    Montague Charlottetown

    and Summerside

    Performances will be at the Guild

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  • Piano 1:30pm Friday, April 29, 2016

    Dr. Steel Recital Hall

    Adjudicator: Jane Wood

    CLASS 368 1:30pm Piano Solo - Grade 5 - List C

    ____ 1. Eris Liu

    Melancholy Reflections Mike Schoenmehl

    ____ 2. Wendy Yan

    Blue Mood W. Gillock

    ____ 3. Kevin Yu

    A Slow Waltz D. Shostakovich

    ____ 4. Francesca Evans

    Sunset in Rio Mike Springer

    ____ 5. Cincy Chen

    Scamp C. Norton

    ____ 6. Sarah Langille

    Sonatina Op 27, no 18 Dmitri Kabalevsky

    ____ 7. Tobiah Rowswell

    You And I Tom Gerou

    ____ 8. Aiden McBurney

    Sunset in Rio M. Springer

    ____ 9. Stuart Ferguson

    Sunset in Rio E. Milne

    CLASS 377 2:29pm Piano Solo - Grade 8 - List C

    ____ 1. Shavonne Yu

    Mazurka in a minor Op.7, no.2 F. Chopin

    ____ 2. Nathan Liang

    Lieb' Swchesterlein Robert Fuchs

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    CLASS 452A 2:53pm Piano Solo - Method Book Classes - 14 and under

    ____ 1. Alexa McClure

    Ragtime in Baroque Style arr. M. Mier

    ____ 2. Annabelle Orichefsky

    Allegro in D Major James Hook

    CLASS 450B 3:00pm Piano Solo - Method Book Classes - 12 and under

    ____ 1. Andrew McKenna

    Everybody Wants To Be A Cat (The Aristicats) Al Rinker

    3:15pm Break

    CLASS 448B 3:30pm Piano Solo - Method Book Classes - 10 and under

    ____ 1. Christianne Riveroll

    Boom Boom! Faber & Faber

    ____ 2. Carter Gallant

    Jumping Jazz Cat Faber & Faber

    CLASS 449A Piano Solo - Method Book Classes - 11 and under

    ____ 1. Connor Deroches

    Our Detective Agency Faber & Faber

    ____ 2. Sadie Ghiz

    Amazing Grace Faber & Faber

    ____ 3. Nick Harris

    Sea Chantey Faber & Faber

    ____ 4. Kaleesha Clarkin

    Swing Low Sweet Chariot arr. Faber & Faber

    ____ 5. Elijah Dodd

    Hallelujah! Martha Mier

    ____ 6. Benjamin Plourde

    The Cantina Band John Williams

    ____ 7. Alyssa Keoghan

    Greatest Show On Earth Palmer

    ____ 8. Payton Kelly

    Star Wars (Main Theme) J. Williams, arr. Faber

    ____ 9. Kathleen Henthorn

    Surfboard Boogie M. Mier

    4:26 End of Session

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  • Piano 7:00pm Friday, April 29, 2016

    Dr. Steel Recital Hall

    Adjudicator: Jane Wood

    CLASS 563 7:00pm Concerto - Two Movements - Senior - Grade 8 to ARCT

    ____ 1. Dr. Susan Stewart

    Concerto No. 23 K488 W.A. Mozart

    I. Allegro II. Adagio

    CLASS 386 7:25pm Piano Solo - Grade 10 - List D

    ____ 1. Valda Oei

    Barcarolle in Ab Major Op. 44, no. 4 Gabriel Faur

    CLASS 2 NF 7:34pm NF Class - Piano Solo - Advanced

    ____ 1. Connie H. Yun

    Concerto No. 3 in D Major, Op. 50 Dmitri Kabalevsky

    I. Allegro Molto

    II. Andante Con Moto

    ____ 2. Sannu Lawt

    ConcertoiIn g minor no.1 Op 25

    I. Molto Allegro Con Fuoco

    II. Andante F. Mendelssohn

    ____ 3. Thomas Gao

    Sonata No. 2 in b flat minor Op. 35, Complete Frederic Chopin

    ____ 4. Liam Payne

    Piano Concerto No. 3 in c minor Op. 37 L. van Beethoven

    9:34pm End of session

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    Piano 9:00am Saturday, April 30, 2016

    Dr. Steel Recital Hall

    Adjudicator: Jane Wood

    CLASS 375 9:00am Piano Solo - Grade 8 - List A

    ____ 1. Angela He

    Solfeggio in c minor Wg117 /12, H220 C.P.E. Bach

    ____ 2. Nathan Liang

    Invention No. 13 in A BWV 784 J.S. Bach

    ____ 3. Brian Lawt

    Invention in a minor J.S. Bach

    ____ 4. Mengjue Chen

    Minuet and Trio in b minor J.S. Bach

    CLASS 468 9:28am Piano Duet - Open - older beginner or teacher/student

    ____ 1. Devin Lin & Bethany Horrocks Shepherd's Song

    L. van Beethoven, arr. N.& R. Faber

    ____ 2. Levi Sheppard & Bethany Horrocks

    Trumpet Song J. Clark arr. N. & R. Faber

    ____ 3. Sofie Herinkova & Shelly Terry

    So Long, Farewell Rodgers and Hammerstein

    (The Sound of Music)

    CLASS 448A 9:36am Piano Solo - Method Book Classes - 10 and under

    ____ 1. Christianne Riveroll

    Spanish Caballero Faber and Faber

    ____ 2. Erica Burke

    Whirling Leaves Faber and Faber

    ____ 3. Samantha Lewis-Fox

    Home Run Harry Faber

    ____ 4. Carter Gallant

    Riding The Wind Faber and Faber

    ____ 5. Alina Crockett

    Ode To Joy L. van Beethoven arr. Faber

    10:00am Break

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  • CLASS 447A 10:15am Piano Solo - Method Book Classes - 9 and under

    ____ 1. Juliette Bader

    Pumpkin Boogie Faber & Faber

    ____ 2. Devin Lin

    Forest Drums Nancy & Randall Faber

    ____ 3. Teagan Worth

    The Caravan Alfred

    ____ 4. Rowan Tremere

    War Dance C. Norton

    ____ 5. Justin Butler

    Cossack Ride Faber & Faber

    ____ 6. Jeremy Houchane

    Count Your Blessings Arr. Bastien

    ____ 7. Zach Harris

    Sounds From The Gumdrop Factory N. & R. Faber

    ____ 8. Amanda McKenna

    Puff The Magic Dragon Christine Barden

    ____ 9. Faith Gray

    Rocky Mountain Train Faber

    ____ 10. Jason Chen

    Jazz in a minor arr. M. Mier

    CLASS 372 11:08am Piano Solo - Grade 7 - List A

    ____ 1. Colin Arsenault

    Bourree in F Major G.P. Telemann

    ____ 2. Matthew Wang

    Invention No. 1 in C Major BWV 772 J.S. Bach

    ____ 3. Angela Kwon

    Invention No. 1 in C J. S. Bach

    ____ 4. Shruthi Bandi

    Bourre in F Major TWV 32:4 G.P. Telemann

    ____ 5. Nathan Chong

    Allegro in g minor G. F. Handel

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    CLASS 543 11:44am Piano Solo - Junior - Canadian - Grade 2 to Grade 5

    ____1. Sarah Zhang

    The Sleeping Dragon N. Telfer

    ____2. Wendy Yan

    When Rivers Flowed On Mars N. Telfer

    12:04pm End of Session

    Hope you had fun at the festival!

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    Strings 7:00pm Monday, May 2, 2016

    Park Royal United Church

    Adjudicator: Irene Tandberg

    CLASS 695 7:00pm String Solo - Advanced

    ____ 1. Connie H. Yun

    Tambourin Chinois, Op. 3 Fritz Kreisler

    CLASS 724 Graded String Solo - Grade 7 List B

    ____ 1. Maria MacDonnell

    Sonata in D Major, Op.16 no 1

    I. Allegro Assai

    II. Andante Grazioso J.C. Bach

    CLASS 734A 7:28pm Violin Solo - Senior - 17 and under - Minimum RCM Grade 8

    ____ 1. Chelsea Murphy

    Concerto No. 4 in D Major K 218 W.A. Mozart

    I. Allegro

    CLASS 674A 7:44pm Violin Concerto - Senior - Two Movements

    ____ 1. Michelle Baldwin

    Concerto No. 4 in D Major K 218 W A Mozart

    I. Allegro II. Andante Contabile

    ____ 2. Judy S. Yun

    Concerto in g minor, Op. 26 no. 1 Max Bruch

    I. Prelude: Allegro Moderato

    II.Adagio

    CLASS 673B 8:30pm Viola Concerto - Intermediate - Two Movements

    ____ 1. Kate Macintosh

    Concerto in G Major G.P. Telemann

    I. Largo II. Allegro

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  • CLASS 675A 8:45pm Violin Concerto - Advanced - Two Movements

    ____ 1. Sannu Lawt

    Symphonie Espagnole in d minor Op 21 E. Lalo

    I. Allegro Non Troppo

    II. Andante

    CLASS 685A 9:00pm Violin Sonata - Intermediate- Two Movements

    ____ 1. Lucy Li

    Sonata in e minor F.M. Veracini

    I. Largo

    II. Allegro Con Fuoco

    9:15pm End of session

    Where words fail, music speaks. Hans Christian Andersen

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    Strings 9:00am Tuesday, May 3, 2016

    Park Royal United Church

    Adjudicator: Irene Tandberg

    CLASS 604 9:00am Violin Solo - 7 and under - First Year of Study

    ____ 1. Edgar Li

    Lightly Row Folk Song

    ____ 2. Jade Archibald

    Lightly Row Folk Song

    CLASS 609 Junior Violin Solo - 9 Years and Under

    ____ 1. Keili Johnston

    The Clockwork Doll D. Shostakovich arr.K. Forlunatov

    ____ 2. Mainu Lawt

    Fast Dance Nathalia Baklanova

    CLASS 608 9:12am 9 and under - First Year of Study

    ____ 1. Catherine Bigney

    The Cowboy Christine Donkin

    CLASS 649A 9:30am Violin Solo - Romantic - Junior

    ____ 1. Mainu Lawt

    Humoresque A. Dvorak

    ____ 2. Keili Johnston

    Minuet in G L. van Beethoven

    CLASS 706C 9:48am Graded String Solo - Preparatory - List B

    ____ 1. Anna Wang

    Pepperoni Pizza Pie A.H. Jones & C. Lumsden

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    http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/6378.Hans_Christian_Andersen

  • CLASS 709 9:57am Graded String Solo - Grade 2- List A

    WD__ 1. Megan MacDonnell

    Musette J.S. Bach

    CLASS 664A 10:04am Violin Solo - Canadian - Junior

    ____ 1. Ria Johnston

    Catch Me If You Can! C. Donkin

    10:13am Break

    CLASS 710 10:30am Graded String Solo - Grade 2 - List B

    ____ 1. Jackson Wang

    Bourre G.F. Handel

    WD__ 2. Megan MacDonnell

    Minuet 3 J.S. Bach

    ____ 3. Jacey Baglole

    Bourre G.F. Handel

    CLASS 710C 10:58am Graded String Solo - Grade 2 - List B

    ____ 1. Alexander Pastoor

    Musette J.S. Bach

    CLASS 612 11:06am Junior Violin Solo - 11 and under - Minimum RCM Grade 2

    ____ 1. Lahari Bandi

    Rondino Parashkev Hadjiev

    ____ 2. Ria Johnston

    Adoration F. Borowski

    CLASS 631 11:41am Cello Solo - Intermediate - Minimum RCM Grade 4

    ____ 1. Jillian Petrie

    Sonatina in d minor, WoO 43a L. van Beethoven

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    CLASS 728 11:54am Graded String Solo - Grade 8 - List C

    ____ 1. Jesse Devries

    Meditation, from Thais J. Massenet

    ____ 2. Alex Wang

    Allegro Brillante Op.19 Willem Ten Have

    12:15pm End of session

    AWARDS CONCERT, TUESDAY, MAY 10TH

    , 2016

    Park Royal United Church, 11 Christie Drive, Parkdale, PEI

    6:00pm and 8:00pm

    ROSEBOWL COMPETITION, FRIDAY, MAY 6TH

    , 2016

    Dr. Steel Recital Hall, University of Prince Edward Island

    6:30pm and 8:00pm

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  • Strings 1:30pm Tuesday, May 3, 2016

    Park Royal United Church

    Adjudicator: Irene Tandberg

    CLASS 726 1:30pm Graded String Solo - Grade 8 -List A

    ____ 1. Jesse Devries

    Concerto No.1 in a minor J.B. Accolay

    CLASS 616 Violin Solo - Intermediate - 14 and under - Minimum RCM Grade 5

    ____ 1. Vincent Hung

    Romance Op. 26 Johan Svendsen

    CLASS 716 1:56pm

    Graded String Solo - Grade 4 - List C

    ____ 1. Cathy Zhang

    Humoresque A. Dvorak

    ____ 2. Annika Turnbull

    Humoresque A. Dvorak

    CLASS 686A 2:12pm Violin Sonata - Senior - Two Movements

    ____ 1. Judy S. Yun

    Sonata No. 4 in a minor, Op. 23 Ludwig van Beethoven

    I. Presto

    II. Andante Scherzoso, Pi Allegretto

    ____ 2. Michelle Baldwin

    Sonatina in a minor Op. 137, No 2 Franz Schubert

    I. Allegro II. Andante

    CLASS 656A 3:00pm Violin Solo - Early 20th Century (1900-1949) - Senior

    ____ 1. Bethany Horrocks

    Polish Caprice for Solo Violin G. Bacewicz

    3:10pm Break

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    CLASS 640A 3:25pm Unaccompanied Bach - Violin- Intermediate

    ____ 1. Vincent Hung

    Partita No. 3 in E Major BWV 1006

    VII. Gigue J.S. Bach

    CLASS 640C 3:35pm Unaccompanied Bach - Cello - Intermediate

    ____ 1. Jillian Petrie

    Gigue J.S. Bach

    CLASS 641A 3:45pm Unaccompanied Bach - Violin - Senior

    ____ 1. Michelle Baldwin

    Partita No. 3 in E Major BWV 1006

    III Gavotte En Rondeau J.S. Bach

    ____ 2. Judy S. Yun

    Partita No 3 in E Major, BWV 1006 J.S. Bach

    I. Preludio

    CLASS 729 4:00pm Graded String Solo - Grade 8 - List D

    ____ 1. Alex Wang

    Partita No. 2 in d minor, BWV 1004

    IV.Gigue J.S. Bach

    4:26pm End of session

    Learning and having fun,

    what could be better than that?

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  • Strings 7:00pm Tuesday, May 3, 2016

    Park Royal United Church

    Adjudicator: Irene Tandberg

    CLASS 796 7:00pm String Orchestra - Junior

    ____ 1. Junior Singing Strings

    TBA

    Skye Boat Song Folk Song Arr. John O'Rreilly

    Hey Fiddle Fiddle! Brian Balmages

    CLASS 797 7:15pm String Orchestra - Intermediate

    ____ 1. Intermediate Singing Strings

    TBA

    CLASS 798 7:45pm String Orchestra - Senior

    ____ 1. Senior Singing Strings Orchestra

    TBA

    8:10pm End of session

    AWARDS CONCERT, TUESDAY, MAY 10TH

    , 2016

    Park Royal United Church, 11 Christie Drive, Parkdale, PEI

    6:00pm and 8:00pm

    ROSEBOWL COMPETITION, FRIDAY, MAY 6TH

    , 2016

    Dr. Steel Recital Hall, University of Prince Edward Island

    6:30pm and 8:00pm

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    Strings 9:00am Wednesday, May 4, 2016

    Park Royal United Church

    Adjudicator: Irene Tandberg

    CLASS 683A 9:00am Violin Sonata - Advanced - One Movement

    ____ 1. Connie H. Yun

    Sonata in E Flat Major, Op. 12, No. 3 Ludwig van Beethoven

    I. Allegro Con Spirito

    CLASS 655A 9:15am Violin Solo - Early 20th Century (1900-1949) - Intermediate

    ____ 1. Lucy Li

    Praeludium and Allegro Fritz Kreisler

    CLASS 617 9:27am Violin Solo - Senior - 15 and under - Minimum RCM Grade 6

    ____ 1. Michelle Baldwin

    Hejre Kati Jen Hubay

    CLASS 670B 9:40am Viola Concerto - Senior - One long movement

    ____ 1. Indra Johnson

    Concerto No. 1 J. B. Accolay

    10:05am BREAK

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  • CLASS 670A 10:15am Violin Concerto - Senior - One Movement

    ____ 1. Chelsea Murphy

    Concerto in e minor Op.64 Felix Mendelssohn

    I. Allegro Molto Appassionato

    ____ 2. Bethany Horrocks

    Concerto in D Major, K. 218

    I. Allegro W. A. Mozart

    ____ 3. Maria MacDonnell

    Concerto in G Major J. Haydn

    I. Allegro Moderato

    ____ 4. Shaelynn Li

    Concerto in C Major, Op. 48 D. Kabalevsky

    II Andantino Cantabile

    CLASS 669A 11:19am Violin Concerto - Intermediate - One Movement

    ____ 1. Eric Wu

    Concerto in G Major K216 W.A. Mozart

    I. Allegro

    ____ 2. Lucy Li

    Konzert Nr .9 in a minor, op. 104 C. A. De Beriot

    I Allegro Maestoso

    ____ 3. Vincent Hung

    Concerto in a minor J.S. Bach

    I. Allegro Moderato

    ____ 4. Lucja Anchikoski

    Concerto in a minor, Op. 3, No. 6

    III. Presto A. Vivaldi

    12:02pm End of session

    Page 66

    Strings 7:30pm Wednesday, May 4, 2016

    Park Royal United Church

    Adjudicator: Irene Tandberg

    CLASS 725 7:30pm Graded String Solo - Grade 7 - List C

    ____ 1. Maria MacDonnell

    Polish Dance E. Severn

    CLASS 693 7:42am String Solo - Intermediate

    ____ 1. Eric Wu

    Polish Dance E. Severn

    Wait for Accompanist

    CLASS 682A 7:54pm Violin Sonata - Senior - One Movement

    ____ 1. Bethany Horrocks

    Sonata in c minor, Op. 45, No. 3

    I. Allegro Molto Ed Appassionato E. Grieg

    CLASS 694 8:13pm String Solo - Senior

    ____ 1. Judy S. Yun

    Romanza Andaluza, Op. 22, No. 1 Pablo De Sarasate

    CLASS 652A 8:42pm Violin Solo - Romantic - Advanced

    ____ 1. Sannu Lawt

    Scherzo Tarantelle Op. 16 H. Wieniawski

    CLASS 3 NF 8:56pm NF Class - String Solo - Advanced

    ____ 1. Connie H. Yun

    Concerto in e minor, Op. 64 Felix Mendelssohn

    I. Allegro, Molto Appassionato

    II. Andante

    9:33pm End of session

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  • Strings 9:15am Thursday, May 5, 2016

    Park Royal United Church

    Adjudicator: Irene Tandberg

    CLASS 668A 9:15am Violin Concerto - Junior - One Movement

    ____ 1. Keili Johnston

    Concertino in G Major Op. 11,

    I Allegro Moderato Ferdinand Kchler

    ____ 2. Mainu Lawt

    Concertino in the Style of Antonio Vivaldi

    III. Allegro Assai Ferdinand Kchler

    ____ 3. Lahari Bandi

    Concerto No. 2 in G Major, Op.13, . F. Seitz

    III. Allegro Moderato

    ____ 4. Ria Johnston

    Concerto in G Major, Op.3. No. 3

    I. Allegro A. Vivaldi

    ____ 5. Cathy Zhang

    Concerto No. 2 in G Major, Op.13

    III. Allegro Moderato F. Seitz

    CLASS 720A 10:05am Graded String Solo - Grade 6 - List A

    ____ 1. Lily Rashed

    The Boy Paganini Eduard Mollenhauer

    CLASS 720C 10:19am Graded String Solo - Grade 6 - List A

    ____ 1. Julia Jette-Bovaird

    Concertino No. 3 in A Major (for Cello) J.B. Breval

    10:30am Break

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    CLASS 801 10:45am School String Orchestra - First Year of Playing

    ____ 1. Lucy Maud Montgomery School Strings - Beginners

    Lightly Row (Folk Song) S. Suzuki arr. W. Evers-Forrester

    Allegro S. Suzuki arr. W. Evers-Forrester

    CLASS 802 11:05am School String Orchestra - Under three years of playing

    ____ 1. Lucy Maud Montgomery Strings - Second Year

    Can-Can J. Offenbach arr. R. Frost

    Dance Of The Maidens Borodin Arr. Wagner

    Scooby Doo Where Are You? Mook and Raleigh

    arr. Bob Cerulli

    (Class moved from Page 72)

    CLASS 702 11:25am Traditional String Solo - Intermediate

    ____ 1. Amy Ready

    Soldier's Joy and St. Anne's Reel Trad. arr. S. Kemp

    ____ 2. Madeline Singer

    Irish Fiddle Tunes and Ashokan Farewell Trad. arr. S. Kemp

    ____ 3. Eliza Dickie

    St. Annes Reel and Tennessee Waltz Trad. arr. S. Kemp

    (Class moved from Page 73)

    CLASS 1805NC 11:45am Teacher/Student Duet

    ____ 1. Julia Jette-Bovaird & Natalie Williams Calhoun

    Duet No. 1 in C Major, 1st Movement F.A. Kummer

    ____ 2. Anna Wang & Natalie Williams Calhoun

    Ecossaise C.M. von Weber

    ____ 3. Alexander Pastoor & Natalie Williams Calhoun

    Contredance J. B. De Boismortier

    12:05pm End of session

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  • Strings 1:30pm Thursday, May 5, 2016

    Park Royal United Church

    Adjudicator: Irene Tandberg

    CLASS 680A 1:30pm Violin Sonata - Junior - One Movement

    ____ 1. Lahari Bandi

    Sonata Op. 10b Carl Maria Von Weber

    III: Air Polonais

    CLASS 721 Graded String Solo - Grade 6 - List B

    ____ 1. Jillian Petrie

    Spanish Dance (for Cello) A. Adorian

    CLASS 718 1:52pm Graded String Solo - Grade 5 - List B

    ____ 1. Chloe Constable

    La Cinquantaine Gabriel Marie

    CLASS 722 2:00pm Graded String Solo - Grade 6 - List C

    ____ 1. Kate Macintosh

    Nina (Viola) G.B. Pergolesi

    ____ 2. Emma Howard

    Adoration (Violin) F. Borowski

    CLASS 727 2:19pm Graded String Solo - Grade 8 - List B

    ____ 1. Alex Wang

    Sonatina in G Major, Op.100 A. Dvorak

    I. Allegro Risoluto

    II. Larghetto

    CLASS 748 2:36pm

    Graded Study Classes - Grade 6

    ____ 1. Jillian Petrie

    Vocalise in g minor M. Bordogni

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    CLASS 779 2:47pm String- Duets - Junior

    ____ 1. Ria Johnston & Lahari Bandi

    Duet W.A. Mozart

    ____ 2. Keili Johnston & Mainu Lawt

    Sailor's Hornpipe Trad. English arr. S.M. Nelson

    CLASS 786 3:02pm String Trio - Intermediate

    ____ 1. Kate Jenkins, Lily Rashed & Chloe Constable

    Rigaudon J.C. Schultze

    3:12pm Break

    CLASS 715 3:30pm Graded String Solo - Grade 4 - List B

    ____ 1. Cathy Zhang

    Sonata in F Major IV. Gavotte A. Corelli

    CLASS 661B 3:39pm Viola Solo - Contemporary (1950 - Present) - Senior

    ____ 1. Jennifer Petrie

    Schlinder's List John Williams

    CLASS 624 3:50pm Viola Solo - Senior - 17 and Under

    ____ 1. Indra Johnson

    Song Without Words Op. 19 No. 1 F. Mendelssohn

    CLASS 619 Violin Solo - Senior - 17 and under -Less than 2 years of Study

    ____ 1. Joyee Yang

    Long, Long Ago T. H. Bayly

    CLASS 665A 4:09pm

    Violin Solo - Canadian - Intermediate

    ____ 1. Lucja Anchikoski

    Hornpipe G. Coutts

    ____ 2. Isabel Wagner

    Mazurka Frank Blachford

    CLASS 650A 4:16pm Violin Solo - Romantic - Intermediate

    ____ 1. Zora Wendt

    Minuet in G Ludwig van Beethoven

    4:32pm End of session Page 71

  • Strings 7:00pm Thursday, May 5, 2016

    Dr. Steel Recital Hall

    Adjudicator: Irene Tandberg

    CLASS 711 7:00pm Graded String Solo - Grade 3 - List A

    ____ 1. Haley Murphy

    Gavotte G.B .Martini

    ____ 2. Zora Wendt

    Concertino in G Major Op. 11 F. Kuchler

    I.Allegro Moderato.

    ____ 3. Zoe Sullivan

    Gavotte J.B. Lully

    CLASS 717 6:51pm Graded String Solo - Grade 5 - List A

    ____ 1. Kate Jenkins

    Concerto No. 5 in D Major F. Seitz

    I. Allegro Moderato

    CLASS 719 7:30pm Graded String Solo - Grade 5 - List C

    ____ 1. Olivia MacPhail

    Bourre J.S. Bach

    CLASS 702 (MOVED TO PAGE 69) 7:39pm

    Traditional String Solo - Intermediate

    ____ 1. Amy Ready

    Soldier's Joy and St. Anne's Reel Trad. arr. S. Kemp

    ____ 2. Madeline Singer

    Irish Fiddle Tunes and Ashokan Farewell Trad. arr. S. Kemp

    ____ 3. Eliza Dickie

    St. Annes Reel and Tennessee Waltz Trad. arr. S. Kemp

    Page 72

    CLASS 1805NC (MOVED TO PAGE 69) 8:09pm

    Teacher/Student Duet

    ____ 1. Julia Jette-Bovaird & Natalie Williams Calhoun

    Duet No. 1 in C Major, 1st Movement F.A. Kummer

    ____ 2. Anna Wang & Natalie Williams Calhoun

    Ecossaise C.M. von Weber

    ____ 3. Alexander Pastoor & Natalie Williams Calhoun

    Contredance J. B. De Boismortier

    8:36pm End of session

    WORKSHOP FOR STRINGS

    Friday, May 6th

    10:00am 11am

    Suzuki Group Class

    11:00am 12:00am

    Master Class

    Please contact Sue Irvine to register

    sueirvine13@gmail.com

    PARK ROYAL UNITED CHURCH

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  • Presents

    THE GUILD

    July and August, 2016 Monday and Thursday at 11:00 am

    Music by

    Alan Menken

    Lyrics by

    Howard Ashman and Glenn Slater

    Book by

    Doug Wright

    Based on the Hans Christian Andersen story

    and the Disney film

    Music Adapted and Arranged by

    David Weinstein

    Top Hat Team Lori Linkletter

    Michelle Banks

    Janelle Banks

    Instrumental 2:00pm Wednesday, May 4, 2016

    Dr. Steel Recital Hall

    Adjudicator: Karin Aurell

    CLASS 1170P 2:00pm Percussion Recital - Senior

    ____ 1. Lo Han

    Guidepost (Snare Drum) John S. Pratt

    Yellow After The Rain (Marimba) Mitchell Peters

    CLASS 1167B 2:20pm Complete Sonata Class

    ____ 1. Blaire Guptill

    Sonata Paul Hindemith

    I. Mit Kraft

    II. Massig Bewegt

    III. Trauemusic and Chorale

    CLASS 1130 2:45pm Masterworks - Woodwind - Advanced

    ____ 1. Johanna Vessey

    Solo De Concours Andre Messager

    CLASS 1134 3:00pm Masterworks - Brass - Advanced

    ____ 1. Justin Amador

    Les Adieux (Romance) Franz Strauss

    ____2. Blair Guptill

    Pointe Peele Howard Cable

    CLASS 1137 Masterworks - Percussion - Senior

    ____ 1. Lo Han

    Rosewood Blues (Marimba) Charles Delancy

    CLASS 840 3:27pm Tenor Saxophone Solo - Level 3

    ____ 1. Madison Lockman

    Romance E. Raum

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  • CLASS 1113 3:39pm Percussion Solo - Senior

    ____ 1. Lo Han

    Hungarian Dance no. 5 (xylophone) Johannes Brahms

    CLASS 1335 3:45pm Recorder Consort (4 or more players) - Under Four Years of Instruction

    ____ 1. West River Winds

    Flow Gently Sweet Afton Trad. arr. Burakoff & Stridkland

    Drunken Sailor Trad. arr. David Burndrett

    4:10pm End of session

    Instrumental 6:00pm Wednesday, May 4, 2016

    Dr. Steel Recital Hall

    Adjudicator: Karin Aurell

    CLASS 6 NF 6:00pm

    NF Class - Brass Solo - Advanced

    ____ 1. Justin Amador

    Concerto No. 3 in E Flat Major, K. 447 W. A. Mozart

    CLASS 5 NF 7:00pm NF Class - Woodwind Solo - Advanced

    ____ 1. Johanna Vessey

    Concerto for Clarinet Aaron Copland

    CLASS 1166P 7:30pm Percussion Sonata - Complete - Senior

    ____ 1. Lo Han

    Sonata No. 2 for Four Timpani William J. Schinstine

    7:46pm End of session

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    Instrumental 2:00pm Thursday, May 5, 2016

    Queen Charlotte Intermediate S

    Adjudicator: Karin Aurell

    CLASS 906 2:00pm School Music - French Horn Solo - Level 1

    ____ 1. Matthew Wang

    The Ash Grove Traditional Folksong

    CLASS 1042 2:12pm Beginner Band - Less than one year of instruction

    ____ 1. East Wiltshire Intermediate School Grade 7 Band

    ____ 2. Queen Charlotte Intermediate School Grade 7 Band

    CLASS 1045 3:10pm Junior Band - Less than three years of instruction

    ____ 1. Grade 9 Band Queen Charlotte Intermediate School

    CLASS 1038 3:40pm School Music - Woodwind Large Ensemble - Level 3

    ____ 1. Percussion Ensemble Queen Charlotte Intermediate School

    Island Jam #8 P.G. Harper

    ____ 2. Woodwind Ensemble Queen Charlotte Intermediate School

    Grade 9B & Grade 9G

    Finalle W.A. Mozart

    ____ 3. Brass Ensemble Queen Charlotte Intermediate School

    Grade 9B & Grade 9G

    Three Newfoundland Folksongs Traditional

    CLASS 1036 4:15pm School Music - Woodwind Large Ensemble -Level 1

    ____ 1. East Whiltshire Intermediate School Grade 7 Brass Ensemble,

    Erin Wilson, Aiden Pot, Anna Bowers, Cora Annear, Grace Morrison,

    Declan MacKenzie, Jackson Larter, Toby Rowswell, Francesco Evans,

    Adelle Breau, Emma Ledgerwood and Grace Lewis.

    Ode To Joy Ludwig van Beethoven

    ____ 2. East Wiltshire Intermediate School Grade 7 Clarinet Choir

    Paige Gillis, Chase MacMillan, Carter MacPhail, Grace MacNevin,

    Shaelin Gallant, Alexis Fougere, Morgan Lund, Sophia Galway

    (Selection to be announced)

    CLASS 1030-1 School Music Small Ensemble Level 1

    _____1. East Wiltshire Intermediate School Grade 7 Clarinet Quartet

    5:02pm End of session

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  • Instrumental 7:00pm Thursday, May 5, 2016

    Queen Charlotte Intermediate School

    Adjudicator: Karin Aurell

    CLASS 1044 7:00pm Junior Band - Less than two years of instruction

    ____ 1. East Wiltshire Grade 8 Band

    ____ 2. Queen Charlotte Intermediate School Grade 8 Band

    CLASS 1051 8:00pm

    Jazz Band - Intermediate - School Grades 8 & 9

    ____ 1. Jazz Band Queen Charlotte Intermediate School

    ____ 2. East Wiltshire Intermediate School Jazz Band

    9:00 pm End of session

    AWARDS CONCERT, TUESDAY, MAY 10TH

    , 2016

    Park Royal United Church, 11 Christie Drive, Parkdale, PEI

    6:00pm and 8:00pm

    ROSEBOWL COMPETITION, FRIDAY, MAY 6TH

    , 2016

    Dr. Steel Recital Hall, University of Prince Edward Island

    6:30pm and 8:00pm

    Page 77

    Instrumental 9:15am Friday, May 6, 2016

    Dr. Steel Recital Hall

    Adjudicator: Karin Aurell

    CLASS 1044-1 9:15am Junior Band - Less than two years of instruction

    ____ 1. Rothesay Park School Concert Band

    Ancient Moon Del Borgo

    Cape Breton March John O'Reilly

    CLASS 1045-1 9:35am Junior Band - Less than three years of instruction

    NC 1. Harry Miller Middle School

    Eagle Summit March John O'Reilly & Mark Will

    Anasazi John Edmondson

    ____ 2. Quispamsis Middle School Concert Band

    March Zuma John O'Reilly

    Alpine Meadow Steve Hodges

    Ancient Moon Elliot Del Borgo

    10:30pm Break

    CLASS 1107 10:45am Brass Solo - Intermediate

    ____ 1. Caitlin Robinson

    Trumpet Tune Clarke

    CLASS 1102 Woodwind Solo - Intermediate

    ____ 1. Madison Lockman

    Spanish Dance M. Moszkowski

    ____ 2. Zeynep Ulkan

    Berceuse Op. 56 no. 1 (Dolly Suite) Gabriel Faure

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  • CLASS 1024 11:00am School Music - Duets - Level 1

    ____ 1. Elizabeth Johnson & Jean Francois Kayigi

    La Mourisque T. Susato

    ____ 2. Paige Gillis & Chase MacMillan

    (Selection to be announced)

    ____ 3. Anna Lebedev & Kali Metivier

    Theme From New World Symphony A. Dvorak

    ____ 4. Eris Liu & Grace Lee

    Minuet in G J.S. Bach

    ____ 5. Lindsey Hood & Eliza Dickie

    Morris Dance T. Susato

    CLASS 1026 11:49am School Music - Duets - Level 3

    ____ 1. Molly Rainnie and Emmna Germaine

    Baby Elephant Walk H. Hancini

    ____ 2. Hannah Quilty and Meaghan Bulger

    (Selection to be announced)

    12:04pm End of session

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    Instrumental 1:30pm Friday, May 6, 2016

    Dr. Steel Recital Hall

    Adjudicator: Karin Aurell

    CLASS 1030 1:30pm School Music - Small Ensemble - Level 1

    ____ 1. Madeline Singer, Jazmin Essery & Eden Devries

    Country Gardens Traditional

    CLASS 1031 2:00pm School Music - Small Ensemble - Level 2

    ____ 1. Emma Christensen, Emma Mayne & Leia McMillan

    Theme from Swan Lake P. Tchaikovsky

    CLASS 820 2:10pm Flute Solo - Level 1

    ____ 1. Mengjue Chen

    Musette J.S. Bach

    CLASS 821 Flute Solo - Level 2

    ____ 1. Cathy Zhang

    Siciliana J.S. Bach

    CLASS 1032 2:26pm School Music - Woodwind Ensemble - Level 3

    ____ 1. Queen Charlotte Intermediate School, Grade 9 Sax Quartet

    (Selection to be announced)

    ____ 2. Melanie Mitchell, Phoebe Mitchell & Emily Escoffery

    Theme From Scheherezade Rimsky Korakov

    ____ 3. Evence Wang, Cathy Xitong & Mengjue Chen

    Theme From Scheherezade Rimsky Korakov

    2:44pm End of session

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  • Composition 3:30pm

    Friday, May 6, 2016 Venue: Dr. Steel Recital Hall Adjudicator: Donald Fraser

    CLASS 1900 Original Composition - Pre-Junior 3:30pm ____ 1. Ella Chapman Up In The Sky Ella Chapman CLASS 1901 Original Composition - Junior ____ 1. Claudia Lopez-Diaz Pop Corn Claudia Lopez-Diaz CLASS 1902 Original Composition - Intermediate 3:45pm ____ 1. Keridwen Campbell Ink on the Page Keridwen Campbell ____ 2. Allison Bourque Until Next Time Allison Bourque ____ 3. Tobiah Rowswell Peaceful Shores Tobiah Rowswell CLASS 1903 Original Composition - Senior 4:15pm ____ 1. Tolu Faromika The Steady War T. Faromika CLASS 1904 Original Composition - Advanced ____ 1. Terry Pratt Crossing The Bar Terry Pratt 4:43pm End of session

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    INDEX NF CLASSES 1NF Vocal Solo ................................................................................................................. 18 2NF Piano Solo ................................................................................................................ 53 3NF String Solo ................................................................................................................ 67 5NF Woodwind Solo ..................................................................................................... 75 6NF Brass Solo ................................................................................................................. 75 VOCAL 110 Unison Chorus - Kindergarten ........................................................................ 19 111 Unison Chorus Grade 1 ................................................................................... 19 112 Unison Chorus Grade 2 ................................................................................... 19 113 Unison Chorus Grade 3 ................................................................................... 19 118 Female Unison Chorus Grades K-3 ............................................................ 19 119 Male Unison Chorus Grades K-3 ................................................................. 20 123 Two-Part Chorus Grades 4-6 ........................................................................ 20 151 Community Choir 19 Years and under ..................................................... 6 168 Females/Males 7 years and under .............................................................. 8 169 Females/Males 8 years and under .............................................................. 8 171 Females 9 years and under ............................................................................ 8 173 Females 10 years and under ......................................................................... 8 175 Females 11 years and under ....................................................................... 21 177 Females 12 years and under ....................................................................... 15 180 Females 13 years and under ......................................................................... 2 182 Females 14 years and under ......................................................................... 2 184 Females 15 years and under ........................................................................ 17 184-1 Females 15 years and under ...................................................................... 2 185 Males 16 years and under.............................................................................. 22 188 Females 17 years and under .......................................................................... 2 192 Folk Song Pre-Junior 8 years and under .............................................. 21 194 Folk Song Junior 10 years and under ................................................... 21 195 Folk Song Junior 11 years and under .................................................... 13 196 Folk Song Intermediate 12 years and under .................................... 15 197 Folk Song Intermediate 13 years and under ...................................... 2 198 Folk Song Intermediate 14 years and under ...................................... 1 199-1 Folk Song Intermediate 14 years and under .................................. 8 199 Folk Song Senior 15 years and under .................................................. 13 201 Folk Song Advanced 19 years and under ........................................... 14 205 Sacred Solo Junior 9 years and under .................................................. 21 206 Sacred Solo Junior 10 years and under ............................................... 21 212 Sacred Solo Senior 17 years and under .............................................. 22 223 Operatic Solo Advanced 28 years and under..................................... 17 224 Oratorio Solo Senior 17 years and under .............................................. 4 227 Oratorio Solo Advanced 28 years and under....................................... 9 228 Italian Art Song Intermediate 14 years and under ........................... 2 229 Italian Art Song Senior 17 years and under ........................................ 4

    A

  • 234 French Art Song 19 years and under ...................................................... 18 237 German Lieder Senior 17 years and under .......................................... 4 240SC Song Cycle Advanced 28 years and under ................................... 12 242 English Art Song Intermediate 14 years and under ...................... 16 247 Vocal Solo Baroque Senior 17 years and under .............................. 9 253 Early 20th Century Intermediate - ............................................................ 17 258 Contemporary Pre-Junior ............................................................................ 13 259 Contemporary Junior ........................................................................................ 1 260 Contemporary Intermediate .......................................................................... 1 261 Contemporary Senior ....................................................................................... 1 265 Vocal Solo Canadian Pre-Junior ................................................................. 9 266 Vocal Solo Canadian Junior .......................................................................... 9 267 Vocal Solo- Canadian Intermediate .......................................................... 17 268 Vocal Solo Canadian Senior ........................................................................ 4 269 Vocal Solo Canadian Advanced ................................................................. 9 270 Vocal Solo Recital Group Junior ............................................................. 13 272 Vocal Solo - Recital Group Senior ............................................................... 6 273 Vocal Solo Recital Group 19 years and under ................................. 10 274 Vocal Solo Recital Group 21 years and under ................................. 14 275 Vocal Solo Recital Group 28 years and under ................................. 10 279 Vocal Duet Junior ............................................................................................. 13 279NC Vocal Duet Junior ....................................................................................... 13 288 Contemporary/Popular Music Junior ........................................................ 9 292 Musical Theatre Solo Junior ........................................................................ 16 293 Musical Theatre Solo Intermediate Up Tempo ................................ 11 293-1 Musical Theatre Solo Intermediate Up Tempo ............................... 5 294 Musical Theatre Solo Senior Up Tempo ................................................. 5 296 Musical Theatre Solo Intermediate Ballad ............................................ 3 297 Musical Theatre Solo Senior Ballad.......................................................... 7 304 Musical Theatre Ensemble Senior Small Ensemble ......................... 5 308 Musical Theatre Ensemble Senior Large Ensemble ......................... 6 310 Musical Theatre Vocal Duets Junior ......................................................... 11 311 Musical Theatre Duet Intermediate ........................................................ 11 314 Vocal Solo 17 and under under three years of instruction ............ 4 319 Folk Song 18 and over under three years of instruction ............ 12 323 Recital Group 18 and over under three years of instruction ..... 12 324 Musical Theatre 15 and under under three years of instruction ................................................................................................................... 7 330 Folk Song 18 and over over three years of instruction .................. 1 334 Musical Theatre 18 and over over three years of instruction ...... 6

    B

    PIANO 351 Piano Solo Preparatory Piece #1 .................................................... 30

    351-1 Piano Solo Preparatory Piece #1 ................................................ 30

    352 Piano Solo Preparatory Piece #2 .................................................... 36

    353 Piano Solo Preparatory Piece #3 .................................................... 37

    354 Piano Solo Grade 1 List A ............................................................. 36

    355 Piano Solo Grade 1 List B .............................................................. 31

    355-1 Piano Solo Grade 1 List B .......................................................... 31

    356 Piano Solo Grade 1 List C .............................................................. 31

    357 Piano Solo Grade 2 List A .............................................................. 40

    358 Piano Solo Grade 2 List B .............................................................. 43

    358-1 Piano Solo Grade 2 List B .......................................................... 43

    359 Piano Solo Grade 2 List C .............................................................. 37

    360 Piano Solo Grade 3 List A .............................................................. 44

    361 Piano Solo Grade 3 List B ............................................................. 44

    362 Piano Solo Grade 3 List C .............................................................. 24

    362NC Piano Solo Grade 3 List C ....................................................... 41

    363 Piano Solo Grade 4 List A .............................................................. 49

    364 Piano Solo Grade 4 List B .............................................................. 48

    365 Piano Solo Grade 4 List C .............................................................. 49

    366 Piano Solo Grade 5 List A .............................................................. 45

    367 Piano Solo Grade 5 List B .............................................................. 48

    368 Piano Solo Grade 5 List C .............................................................. 51

    371 Piano Solo Grade 6 List C .............................................................. 28

    372 Piano Solo Grade 7 List A .............................................................. 55

    373 Piano Solo Grade 7 List B .............................................................. 29

    374 Piano Solo Grade 7 List C .............................................................. 23

    374NC Piano Solo Grade 7 List C ........................................................ 25

    375 Piano Solo Grade 8 List A .............................................................. 54

    376 Piano Solo Grade 8 List B ............................................................. 47

    376-1 Piano Solo Grade 8 List B .......................................................... 27

    377 Piano Solo Grade 8 List C .............................................................. 51

    377-1 Piano Solo Grade 8 List C .......................................................... 28

    378 Piano Solo Grade 8 List D .............................................................. 33

    379 Piano Solo Grade 9 List A .............................................................. 41

    380 Piano Solo Grade 9 List B .............................................................. 23

    382 Piano Solo Grade 9 List D .............................................................. 27

    383 Piano Solo Grade 10 List A ............................................................ 27

    384 Piano Solo Grade 10 List B ............................................................ 45

    386 Piano Solo Grade 10 List D ............................................................ 53

    387 Piano Solo Grade 10 List E ............................................................ 42

    391 Piano Solo ARCT List D ................................................................ 29

    394 Piano Solo Graded Studies/Etudes Grade 1 ................................... 25

    395 Piano Solo Graded Studies/Etudes Grade 2 ................................... 39

    396A Piano Solo Graded Studies/Etudes Grade 3................................. 39

    C

  • 398A Piano Solo Graded Studies/Etudes Grade 5 ................................ 49

    398B Piano Solo Graded Studies/Etudes Grade 5 ................................. 44

    399A Piano Solo Graded Studies/Etudes Grade 6 ................................ 26

    400A Piano solo Graded Studies/Etudes Grade 7 ................................. 24

    400AN Piano Solo Graded Studies/Etudes Grade 7.............................. 24

    401A Piano Solo Graded Studies/Etudes Grade 8 ................................ 33

    401B Piano Solo Graded Studies/Etudes Grade 8 ................................. 34

    407 Piano Solo Contemporary Idioms Other Genres Level 1 ............ 32

    411 Piano Solo Contemporary Idioms Other Genres Level 2 ............ 35

    431 Piano Solo Contemporary Idioms Other Genres Level 7 ............ 34

    437 Piano Solo RCM Popular Repertoire Grade 4 ................................ 35

    438 Piano Solo RCM Popular Repertoire Grade 5 ................................ 35

    439 Piano Solo rcm Popular Repertoire Grade 6 .................................. 34

    441 Piano Solo RCM Popular Repertoire Grade 8 ................................ 27

    443A Piano Solo Method Book Classes 5 and under ............................ 34

    444A Piano Solo Method Book Classes 6 and under ............................ 33

    444B Piano Solo Method Book Classes 6 and under ............................ 35

    445A Piano Solo Method Book Classes 7 and under ............................ 34

    445B Piano Solo Method Book Classes 7 and under ............................ 32

    446A Piano Solo Method Book Classes 8 and under ............................ 37

    446A-1 Piano Solo Method Book Classes 8 and under ........................ 38

    446B Piano Solo Method Book Classes 8 and under ............................ 39

    447A Piano Solo Method Book Classes 9 and under ............................ 55

    447A-1 Piano Solo Method Book Classes 9 and under ........................ 35

    447B Piano Solo Method Book Classes 8 and under ............................ 35

    448A Piano Solo Method Book Classes 10 and under .......................... 54

    448B Piano Solo Method Book Classes 10 and under .......................... 52

    449A Piano Solo Method Book Classes 11 and under .......................... 52

    449B Piano Solo Method Book Classes 11 and under .......................... 50

    450A Piano Solo Method Book Classes 12 and under ............................. 24

    450B Piano Solo Method Book Classes 12 and under .......................... 52

    452A Piano Solo Method Book Classes 14 and under .......................... 52

    452B Piano Solo Method Book Classes 14 and under .......................... 50

    454A Piano Solo Older Beginner Less than two years of instruction ... 28

    456A Piano Solo Older Beginner Less than two years of instruction ... 28

    461 Piano Duets Junior 10 and under .................................................... 46

    462 Piano Duets Junior 11 and under .................................................... 46

    466 Piano Duets Senior ............................................................................ 46

    468 Piano Duets Teacher/Student ............................................................ 54

    504 Piano Solo Baroque, Junior .............................................................. 43

    507 Piano Solo Baroque Advanced ....................................................... 47

    514 Piano Solo Sonatina Intermediate One Movement...................... 26

    513-1 Piano Solo Sonatina - Junior Complete ...................................... 26

    518 Piano Solo Sonata Senior One Movement .................................. 26

    519 Piano Solo Sonata Senior Two Movements ............................... 27

    521 Piano Solo Sonata Advanced One Movement ............................ 28

    D

    523 Piano Solo - Sonata Complete Advanced ...................................... 28

    523-1 Piano Solo Sonata Complete ...................................................... 29

    526 Piano Solo Romantic Senior .......................................................... 40

    527 Piano Solo Romantic Advanced .................................................... 27

    535 Piano Solo Early 20th

    Century Senior ............................................. 40

    539 Piano Solo - Contemporary Intermediate ......................................... 41

    539-1 Piano Solo Contemporary Intermediate ...................................... 23

    540 Piano Solo Contemporary Senior .................................................. 33

    542 Piano Solo Canadian Pre-Junior ..................................................... 40

    543 Piano Solo Canadian Junior ........................................................... 56

    544 Piano Solo Canadian Intermediate ................................................ 26

    545 Piano Solo Canadian Senior .......................................................... 26

    548 Piano Solo Recital Group Junior .................................................... 41

    549 Piano Solo Recital Group Intermediate ......................................... 42

    550 Piano Solo Recital Group Senior................................................... 42.

    551 Piano Solo Recital Group Advanced ............................................. 47

    552 Piano Solo Complete Work Junior ................................................. 28

    563 Piano Solo Concerto Two Movements ........................................... 53

    STRINGS 604 Violin Solo 7 and under First Year of Study ................................. 59

    608 Violin Solo 9 and under First Year of Study .................................. 59

    609 Violin Solo Junior 9 and under....................................................... 59

    612 Violin Solo Junior 11 and under..................................................... 60

    616 Violin Solo Intermediate 14 and under .......................................... 62

    617 Violin Solo Senior 15 and under .................................................... 65

    619 Violin Solo Senior 17 and under Less than two years of study ... 71

    624 Viola Solo Senior 17 and under .................................................... 71

    631 Cello Solo Intermediate Minimum RCM Grade 4 ......................... 60

    640A Violin Solo Unaccompanied Bach Intermediate ........................ 63

    640C Cello Solo Unaccompanied Bach Intermediate .......................... 63

    641A Violin Solo Unaccompanied Bach Senior .................................. 63

    649A Violin Solo Romantic Junior ...................................................... 59

    650A Violin Solo Romantic Intermediate ............................................ 71

    652A Violin Solo Romantic Advanced ................................................ 65

    655A Violin Solo Early 20th

    Century Intermediate .............................. 65

    656A Violin Solo Early 20th

    Century Senior ........................................ 62

    661B Viola Solo Contemporary Senior ................................................ 71

    664A Violin Solo Canadian Junior ....................................................... 60

    665A Violin Solo Canadian Intermediate ............................................ 71

    668A Violin Concerto Junior One Movement ...................................... 68

    669A Violin Concerto Intermediate One Movement ............................ 66

    670A Violin Concerto Senior One Movement ...................................... 66

    670B Viola Concerto Senior One Movement ....................................... 65

    673B Violin Concerto Intermediate Two Movements .......................... 57

    674A Violin Concerto Senior Two Movements ................................... 57

    E

  • 675A Violin Concerto Advanced Two Movements .............................. 58

    680A Violin Sonata Junior One Movement ........................................ 70

    682A Violin Sonata Senior One Movement .......................................... 67

    683A Violin Sonata Advanced One Movement ................................... 65

    685A Violin Sonata Intermediate Two Movements .............................. 58

    686A Violin sonata Senior Two Movements ....................................... 62

    693 String Solo Intermediate .................................................................. 67

    694 String Solo Senior ............................................................................. 67

    695 String Solo Advanced ...................................................................... 57

    702 Traditional String Solo Intermediate ................................................. 72

    706C Graded String Solo Preparatory List B ........................................ 59

    709 Graded String Solo Grade 2 List A ................................................ 60

    710 Graded String Solo Grade 2 List B ................................................ 60

    710C Graded String Solo Grade 2 List B .............................................. 60

    711 Graded String Solo Grade 3 List A ................................................ 72

    715 Graded String Solo Grade 4 List B ................................................ 71

    716 Graded String Solo Grade 4 List C ................................................ 62

    717 Graded String Solo Grade 5 List A ................................................ 72

    718 Graded String Solo Grade 5 List B ................................................ 70

    719 Graded String Solo Grade 5 List C ................................................ 72

    720A Graded String Solo Grade 6 List A ............................................. 68

    720C Graded String Solo Grade 6 List A.............................................. 68

    721 Graded String Solo Grade 6 List B ................................................ 70

    722 Graded String Solo Grade 6 List C ................................................ 70

    724 Graded String Solo Grade 7 List B ................................................ 57

    725 Graded String Solo Grade 7 List C ................................................ 67

    726 Graded String Solo Grade 8 List A ................................................ 62

    727 Graded String Solo Grade 8 List B ................................................ 70

    728 Graded String Solo Grade 8 List C ................................................ 61

    729 Graded String Solo Grade 8 List D ................................................ 63

    734A Violin Solo Senior 17 years and under ........................................ 57

    748 Graded Study Classes Grade 6 .......................................................... 70

    779 String Duets Junior ............................................................................ 71

    786 String Trio Intermediate ................................................................... 71

    796 String Orchestra Junior ..................................................................... 64

    797 String Orchestra Intermediate ........................................................... 64

    798 String Orchestra Senior ..................................................................... 64

    801 School String Orchestra First Year of Playing ................................. 69

    802 School String Orchestra Under three years of playing ...................... 69

    F

    INSTRUMENTAL 820 Flute Solo Level 1 ............................................................................ 80

    821 Flute Solo Level 2 ............................................................................. 80

    840 Tenor Saxophone Solo Level 3 ......................................................... 74

    906 School Music French Horn Solo Level 1 ....................................... 76

    1024 School Music Duets Level 1 ........................................................ 79

    1026 School Music Duets Level 3 ........................................................ 79

    1030 School Music Small Ensemble Level 1 ........................................ 80

    1031 School Music Small Ensemble Level 2 ........................................ 80

    1032 School Music Woodwind Ensemble Level 3 ............................... 80

    1036 School Music Woodwind Large Ensemble Level 1 ..................... 76

    1038 School Music Woodwind Large Ensemble Level 3 ..................... 76

    1042 Beginner Band- Less than one year of instruction ............................. 76

    1044 Junior Band Less than two years of instruction ............................... 77

    1044-1 Junior Band Less than two years of instruction ........................... 78

    1045 Junior Band Less than three years of instruction ............................. 76

    1045-1 Junior Band Less than three years of instruction ......................... 78

    1051 Jazz Band Intermediate School Grades 8 and 9 ........................... 77

    1102 Woodwind Solo Intermediate ......................................................... 78

    1107 Brass Solo Intermediate ................................................................. 78

    1113 Percussion Solo Senior .................................................................... 75

    1130 Masterworks Woodwind Advanced ............................................. 74

    1134 Masterworks Brass Advanced ...................................................... 74

    1137 Masterworks- Percussion Senior ..................................................... 74

    1166P Percussion Sonata Complete Senior ........................................... 75

    1170P Percussion Recital Senior .............................................................. 74

    1171B Brass Recital Advanced ................................................................ 74

    1335 Recorder Consort Under four years of instruction .......................... 75

    FAMILY MUSIC/TEACHER & STUDENT 1800NC Family Music Piano Duets ......................................................... 46

    1805NC Student/Teacher Duets .................................................................. 73

    ORIGINAL COMPOSITION 1900 Original Composition Pre-Junior .................................................... 81

    1901 Original Composition Junior ........................................................... 81

    1902 Original Composition Intermediate ................................................ 81

    1903 Original Composition Senior .......................................................... 81

    1904 Original Composition Advanced .................................................... 81

    G

  • Thank you to the congregation and staff at Park Royal

    United Church for the use of Park Royal for our

    festival voice and string venue. We appreciate your

    community support for the children who participate in

    Queens County Music Festival.

    Thank you to Susan Stensch and the faculty of the

    Music Department at the University of Prince Edward

    Island for the continued support of Queens County

    Music Festival. We appreciate being able to use Dr.

    Steel Recital Hall for performances, especially for the

    piano sessions.

    Thank you to the Principal, staff and students at

    Queen Charlotte Intermediate School for supporting

    the Queens County Music Festival. We are so pleased

    to have the children in the band program participating

    in the festival. Your generosity and support for the

    students makes it possible for them to participate.

    Thank you to all volunteers and to all festival

    committee members. Without this team of community

    spirited individuals the festival would not happen.

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