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Australian Music Examinations Board

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AMEB Piano Series 18 Grade 4 B4 Tchaikovsky Mazurka Op.39 No.11 by Alan

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AMEB Piano Series 18 Grade 1 A1 Beyer Etude Op.101 No.93 by Alan

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Mazurka for Chopin AMEB Series 18 Piano, Grade 2 pieces

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Piano Grade 1 AMEB (3 Songs) - Performed by Nathan (8yo)

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Heat Haze - AMEB Series 9, Violin Preliminary Grade, List C, No.1 (Violin Beginner)

The Australian Music Examinations Board (AMEB) is a federated, privately funded corporation which provides a program of examinations for music, speech and drama in Australia. The organisation had its beginnings at the Universities of Melbourne and Adelaide in 1887 and now has six state offices as well as a Federal Office in Melbourne. The Federal Board consists of representatives of educational institutions that are signatories to the AMEB constitution. These are the Universities of Melbourne, Adelaide and Western Australia, the Minister for Education and Training, New South Wales, the Minister for Education, Training and Employment, Queensland and the Minister for Education and Skills, Tasmania through the University of Tasmania.
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