All i want to know is what grades they are. Of course im not having you on. Im from england. Im sure the exam boards dont vary that much and im sure it does not matter where you are from anyway. I just need some idea of the grade it really does not matter if it is exact.
Contrary to what you seem to be so sure of, exam boards do vary. The ABRSM (London) goes from Grade 1 to Grade 8, then diploma exams. The RCM (Toronto) goes from Grade 1 to Grade 10, then diploma exams. So, what could be grade 8 in the ABRSM system could well be Grade 10 or even diploma level in RCM. Asking us what grade a piece is without knowing the system's structure and requirements is like asking how long is a piece of string.
If you are preparing an exam for April and using the first movement of the Beethoven Op 27, No 2,
- didn't the syllabus from which you chose that piece indicate the grade level?
- are you adding it to the requirements as your "own choice" selection?
- or is the only stipulation that the piece be Grade 5 level or higher? (Yes, but Grade 5 in whose system?)
Most examination systems require that you play pieces from the examination lists for a particular grade, so it puzzles me that you don't know the grade level of one of your examination pieces, unless, as I said, you are adding it as a substitute "own choice" piece.
If your teacher is preparing you for this exam and doesn't know the grade level of one of your examination pieces, that does seem strange to me.
It also seems strange to me that an examination would require pieces Grade 5 or above without giving some indication(s) or criteria about their system of grading pieces.