I don't know about anyone else, but I'm disappointed at the list B pieces included in the new Grade 5 violin book published by the ABRSM. It's the stage at which pupils can get really inspired by tackling some wonderful pieces of romantic repertoire...and they're offered Dancla and Rieding. So I've turned to the alternatives, and strongly recommend this one. It's a great opportunity to show off the work you've done on vibrato, and to make use of the higher positions you're encountering in the scales and arpeggios.
Degzi has been busy, and after producing flash cards for Grade 2 violin scales and arpeggios, he's done Grades 1 and 3 as well. These are a brilliant way of being really confident that you can play all your scales equally well - cut them out, shuffle them up, then play one at a time as you pick the card out of the pile. You'll never accidentally neglect one, and you can be sure that you'll be able to play them in whatever order the examiner chooses.
Here's an interesting extract from a documentary, showing how the singing of this song by the computer HAL in 2001: A Space Odyssey was inspired by early speech synthesis, and the 'first singing computer'.