What's in the exam?
- Three tunes
- Scales and arpeggios
- Aural tests
- Quick study
Latest Exam News: Updated 22 July
There are four sections to a Jazz Clarinet exam, giving candidates the opportunity to demonstrate their skills through prepared work and musicianship tests.
The tunes cover a wide range of styles - from New Orleans and swing through to modal, jazz-rock and Latin jazz. Each arrangement contains a fully notated Head and at least one section for improvisation, with a simple chord sequence and set of guideline pitches.
Jazz exams include: