Electone Grades 10-6[Grades 10-6] General Regulations
The Electone Grades 10-6 examinations are designed so that Electone students can achieve their goals step by step and acquire comprehensive musical abilities through aiming for higher grade levels.
Relation with the Yamaha Textbooks
Grades 10-6 and the Yamaha textbooks are closely related.
Grades 10-6 are conducted individually and require two examiners who are authorized by Yamaha Music Foundation.
The Syllabi for Electone Performance Grades 10-6 are available below in PDF format.
|Electone Performance Grade|
|Current Syllabus (valid until 30th September 2021)||Course A|
|[NEW!] New Syllabus (valid from 1st April 2021)|
The current syllabus is valid till 30th September 2021. The new syllabus will be implemented from 1st April 2021. During the period from 1st April 2021 to 30th September 2021, both syllabuses are valid. For the specific details, please contact the Yamaha Music School in your respective country.
Registration Data for other than Free Selection for Electone Performance Grades 10-6, Course-B (valid from 1st April 2021) [NEW!]
Candidates taking an examination in the Electone Performance Grades 10-6 Course-B are to save the registration detailed below onto a USB flash drive in advance, and bring this on the day of the examination. (Registration for sight playing, accompaniment/improvisation, hearing)
List of Registration(pdf) shows details of registrations used in each subject
Saving the Registration
First, prepare a USB flash drive onto which to save the registration data.
- Left-click the Download button below (This will download zip data).
- Move the cursor to the data in 1, and click (or click "Open").
- Copy the folders within (ensure all folders are copied).
- Paste these folders to your USB flash drive.
- *It is not necessary to use the Music Software Downloader (MSD) on the PC.
(This data is not protected, and can be freely transferred and copied on the PC and Electone.)
- *Grades 10-8: Registration for accompaniment
Tones are assigned to all keys on the upper keyboard, lower keyboard, and bass.
This allows candidates to play either “upper and lower keyboards” or “lower keyboard only” when they perform with both hands.
During the examination, the tone of the melody played by the examiner will be easy for the candidate to hear.
Please note that this may be different to the registration set for the upper keyboard.