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I was talking on the phone with a friend and the subject

of piece difficulty standards came up. My friend said

that to figure out which ASTA grade a piece in a Suzuki

book is, just take the book number and go back one number.

For instance, Suzuki 4 = ASTA Standards 3, Suzuki 6 = ASTA 5.

Is this correct? Also, what is the general most used system

for grading piece difficulty? Thanks.

-Michael L.

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I came across this listing, in order of difficulty, of violin repertoire the other day while browsing on the web. It is not exactly what you are looking for, I think, since it doesn't assign numerical values and it's the view of only one individual, not a standard rating. But I found it quite interesting. The entire site is well worth browsing, actually! The practice and technique tips are great.

: I was talking on the phone with a friend and the subject

: of piece difficulty standards came up. My friend said

: that to figure out which ASTA grade a piece in a Suzuki

: book is, just take the book number and go back one number.

: For instance, Suzuki 4 = ASTA Standards 3, Suzuki 6 = ASTA 5.

: Is this correct? Also, what is the general most used system

: for grading piece difficulty? Thanks.

: -Michael L.

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