PROPOSITIONS

Discipline: FLUTE

 

The Jury for FLUTE will be comprised of three renowned pedagogues and flute players (three flutists).

In discipline flute in all categories one of the pieces must be played from memory.

Category A: 2012 and younger – a choice of an obligatory piece from 2 recommended, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 6 minutes.

E. Perruchon: Petit matin (I. and II. mvt.)
W. Popp: Waldconcert

Category B: 2010 – 2011 – a choice of an obligatory piece from 2 recommended, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 8 minutes.

G. Martin: Pitrerie
E. Bozza: Quatre Pièces Faciles, III. Menuet des pages (A. Leduc or Skladbe za flavto 3,DZS)

Category C: 2008 – 2009 – a choice of an obligatory piece from 2 recommended, a free choice from the Baroque period, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 12 minutes.

L. Moyce: Trois pieces faciles, II. Sarabande (Skladbe za flavto 5, DZS)
J. Massenet: Morceau (Skladbe za flavto 5, DZS)

Category D: 2006 – 2007 – a choice of an obligatory piece from 2 recommended, a free choice from the Baroque period, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 15 minutes.

X. Leroux: Premiere romance ( edition A. Leduc)
E. Bozza: Soir dans les montagnes

Category E: 2004 – 2005 – a choice of an obligatory piece from 2 recommended, a free choice from the Baroque period, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 20 minutes.

B. Godard: Suite de trois morceaux, Op.116, I. mvt. Allegretto, II. mvt. Idylle
P. Camus: Chanson et Badinerie ( edition A. Leduc)

Category F: 2002 – 2003 – a choice of an obligatory piece from 2 recommended, a free choice from the Baroque period, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 25 minutes.

J. Rae: Sonatine, I. and III. mvt.
Ph. Gaubert: Ballade (edition A. Leduc)

 

VWB Grand Prix – FLUTE

In both stages it is obligatory for one piece to play from memory.

1st Round

A choice of an obligatory piece from 2 recommended and a piece from baroque period (J. S. Bach: Sonatas – free choice). Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 20 minutes.

Obligatory composition:
E. Carter: Scrivo in Vento
C. Halffter: Debla

Choice of a piece from baroque period:
J. S. Bach: Sonatas – free choice – two movements of different tempo

2nd Round

A choice of an obligatory piece from the submitted programme, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 45 minutes.

Obligatory composition:
P. Sancan: Sonatine for flute and piano
G. Hüe: Fantaisie
H. Dutilleux : Sonatine for flute and piano

Obligatory concert:
W. A Mozart: Flute Concerto No.2 in D major , K. 314
W. A Mozart: Flute Concerto No. 1 in G major K. 313
J. Ibert: Flute Concerto
C. Ph. E. Bach: Flute Concerto in D minor, Wq 22

 

Discipline: CLARINET

 

The Jury for CLARINET will be comprised of three renowned pedagogues and clarinet players (three clarinetists).

In discipline clarinet in all categories one of the pieces must be played from memory.

Category A: 2011 – 2012 (and under) – a choice of an obligatory piece from 3 recommended, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 6 minutes.

C. H. Joubert: Chanson de Robin
G. Duijck: Aria for Peter
R. Truillard: Romance

Category B: 2009 – 2010 – a choice of an obligatory piece from 3 recommended, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 8 minutes.

J. Skender: Humoreska
M. Delgiudice: Chanson exotique
R. Clérisse: Vieille Chanson

Category C: 2007 – 2008 – a choice of an obligatory piece from 3 recommended, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 12 minutes.

J. Naulais: Prise de bec
L. Excoffier: Rapsodie Provencale
E. Cossetto: Czardash

Category D: 2005 – 2006 – a choice of an obligatory piece from 3 recommended, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 15 minutes.

H. Rabaud: Solo de Concours
Coquard: Mélodie et Scherzetto
J. Ed. Barat: Piece in sol mineur

Category E: 2003 – 2004 – a choice of an obligatory piece from 3 recommended, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 20 minutes.

J. Mouquet: Solo de Concours
J. Semler-Collery: Reverie et Scherzo
E. Bozza: Fantaisie Italienne

Category F: 2001 – 2002 – a choice of an obligatory piece from 3 recommended, and one free choice virtuoso piece. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 25 minutes.

C. M. Widor: Introduction et rondo
W. Lutosławski: Dance Preludes
Messager: Solo de concours

 

VWB Grand Prix – CLARINET

In both stages it is obligatory for one piece to play from memory.

1st Round

A choice of an obligatory piece from the submitted programme, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 20 minutes.

J. Widmann: Fantasie
I. Stravinsky: Trois pieces
W. Bucchi: Concerto
E. Denisov: Sonata

 

2nd Round

A choice of an obligatory piece from the submitted programme, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 45 minutes.
A. Copland: Concerto
E. Bozza: Concerto
H. Tomasi: Concerto
J. Francaix: Concerto

 

Discipline: OBOE

 

The Jury for OBOE will be comprised of three renowned pedagogues and artists (two oboists, one bassoonist).

In discipline oboe in all categories one of the pieces must be played from memory.

Category A: 2011 – 2012 and under – a choice of an obligatory piece from 2 recommended, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 8 minutes.

Gordon Jacob: Ten Little Studies No. 2 and 3
Vera Gray: Stepdance

Category B: 2009 – 2010 – a choice of an obligatory piece from 2 recommended, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 12 minutes.

John Barbirolli: Concerto – I. Preludio and II. Allemanda
Pierre-Max Dubois: Promenons-nous dans l’hautbois
                                     Prelude
                                     Siciliene

Category C: 2007 – 2008 – a choice of an obligatory piece from 2 recommended, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 15 minutes.

Madeleine Dring: Italian dance
Richard Crosby: From Four latin dances op.14, Bolero
                               Tango

Category D: 2005 – 2006 – a choice of an obligatory piece from 2 recommended, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 20 minutes.

Amilcare Ponchielli: Piccolo concertino
August Klughardt: Concert piece op.18

Category E: 2003 – 2004 – a choice of an obligatory piece from 2 recommended, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 25 minutes.

Giovanni Benedetto Platti: Concerto in g minor
Alessandro Marcello: Concerto in d minor

Category F: 2001 – 2002 – a choice of an obligatory piece from 2 recommended, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 30 minutes.

Francis Poulenc: Sonata for Oboe and Piano
Henri Duttilleux: Sonata for Oboe and Piano

 

VWB Grand Prix – OBOE

In both stages it is obligatory for one piece to play from memory.

 

1st Round

A choice of an obligatory piece from the submitted programme, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 20 minutes.

Obligatory composition:

Antonio Pasculli: Concerto sopra motivi dell’opera ‘La favorita’
Antal Dorati: Duo concertante

2nd Round

A choice of an obligatory piece from the submitted programme, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 45 minutes.

Obligatory concert:
W. A. Mozart: Concert in C-major KV 314
R. Strauss: Concert for Oboe

 

Discipline: SAXOPHONE

 

The Jury for SAXOPHONE will be comprised of three renowned pedagogues and saxophone players (three saxophonists).

In discipline saxophone in all categories one of the pieces must be played from memory.

Category A: 2011 – 2012 and under – a choice of an obligatory piece from 5 recommended, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 6 minutes.

J. Gallet: Andante et jeu (Billaudot)
A. Crepin: L’Éléphant et la Poupée (Martin)
J. M. Damase: Vacances (Billadout)
J. Bouvard: Chant elegiaque et final (Billaudot)
J.D. Michat: Squaw (Martin)

Category B: 2009 – 2010 – a choice of an obligatory piece from 5 recommended, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 8 minutes.

J. Avignon: Spiritual et danse exotique (M. Braun)
E. Lesieur: Prelude et Rondo (Billaudot)
R. Ares: Diptique (Scherzando Music. Publ.)
J. Leleu: Danse nostalgique (Lemoine)
G. Samyn: Variet song (Billaudot)

Category C: 2007 – 2008 – a choice of an obligatory piece from 5 recommended, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 12 minutes.

R. Scarella Perino: Capriccio (Eufonia)
D. Dondeyne: Voyages imaginaries (Combre) (5 movements by choice)
P. Demillac: Sicilenne et Tarantelle (Combre)
G. Grovlez: Sarabande et Allegro (Leduc)
C. H. Joubert: Barocco (Combre)

Category D: 2005 – 2006 – a choice of an obligatory piece from 5 recommended, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 15 minutes.

J. Savari: Fantaisie sur des motifs du Freischütz Op 24 (Lemoine)
J. M. Defaye: Ampelopsis (Leduc)
R. Planel: Prelude et Saltarelle (Leduc)
C. Pascal: Impromptu (Durand)
E. Bozza: Prelude et divertissement (Leduc)

Category E: 2003 – 2004 – a choice of an obligatory piece from 5 recommended, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 20 minutes.

B. Heiden: Sonata (Schott)
R. Pascal: Sonatina (Durand)
P. Creston: Sonata op. 19 (Shawnee)
P. Maurice: Tableaux de Provence (Lemoine)
R. Muczinsky: Sonata (Schrimer)

Category F: 2001 – 2002 – a choice of an obligatory piece from 5 recommended, and one free choice virtuoso piece. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 25 minutes.

F. Decruck: Sonata (Billaudot)
W. Albright: Sonata (Peters)
F. Schmitt: Legende, op. 66 (Durand)
C. Debussy: Rhapsodie (Lemoine)
A. Desenclos: Prelude, cadenze et final (Leduc)

 

VWB Grand Prix – SAXOPHONE

In both stages it is obligatory for one piece to play from memory.

 

1st Round

An obligatory piece, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program may not exceed 20 minutes.

Obligatory piece:

G. Preinfalk: Solo Auf nach Varazdin – Altsaxophon

2nd Round

The obligatory composition must be performed by memory, the rest is a free choice repertoire. One of the compositions of free choice should be a composition that can be performed with an orchestra. In the competition, this composition is performed with piano accompaniment. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 40 minutes.

G. Ph. Telemann – one of 12 Fantasias for flute solo TWV 40 (it can be performed on sopran, alt, tenor or bariton saxophone).

 

Discipline: BASSOON

 

The Jury for BASSOON will be comprised of three renowned pedagogues and artists (two oboists, one bassoonist).

In discipline bassoon in all categories one of the pieces must be played from memory.

Category A: 2010 and under – a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program may not exceed 5 minutes.

Category B: 2008 – 2009 – a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program may not exceed 8 minutes.

Category C: 2006 – 2007 – a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program may not exceed 12 minutes.

Category D: 2004 – 2005 – choose two movements (fast and slow) from sonate pieces of the following composers, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program may not exceed 15 minutes.

Category E: 2002 – 2003 – a choice of an obligatory piece from 3 recommended, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 20 minutes.

A. Vivaldi: Concert for bassoon (by choice)
W. A. Mozart: Concert for bassoon and orchestra in B-flat major, KV 191 – I. mvt.
W. A. Mozart: Concert for bassoon and orchestra in B-flat major, KV 191 – II. and III. mvt.

Category F: 2000 – 2001 – a choice of an obligatory piece from 4 recommended, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 25 minutes.

F. David: Concertino, Op. 12
C. M. von Weber: Andante e Rondo Ungarese, Op. 35
F. Berwald: Konzertstück, Op. 2
A. Tansman: Suite

 

VWB Grand Prix – BASSOON

In both stages it is obligatory for one piece to play from memory.

1st Round

A choice of an obligatory piece from the submitted programme, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 20 minutes.

J. S. Bach: Partita BWV 1013 for Bassoon solo
Isang Yun: Monolog

2nd Round

A choice of an obligatory piece from the submitted programme, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 45 minutes.

R. Boutry: Interferences I
M. Bitch: Concertino
A. Tansman: Sonatina
H. Duttilleux: Sarabande et Cortége
H. Villa-Lobos: Ciranda des sete notas

 

Discipline: HORN

 

The Jury for HORN will be comprised of three renowned pedagogues and artists (two trumpeters, one hornist).

In discipline horn in all categories one of the pieces must be played from memory.

Category A: 2011 – 2012 and under – a choice of an obligatory piece from 3 recommended, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 5 to 7 minutes.

P. Proust -Aquarium
J. S. Bach: Aria
V. I. Rebikov: Bohemian Folk Dance

Category B: 2009 – 2010 – a choice of an obligatory piece from 3 recommended, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 8 to 10 minutes.

J. D. Ployhar- The Hunt
P. Proust- Waldhorn
H. Purcell- Bouree

Category C: 2007 – 2008 – a choice of an obligatory piece from 3 recommended, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 10 to 12 minutes.

R. Clerisse: L’Absent
V. Shelukov: Scherzo
P. Proust- Cor Hydrae

Category D: 2005 – 2006 – a choice of an obligatory piece from 3 recommended, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 12 to 15 minutes.

C. Saint Saens: Romance
E. Bozza: En Irlande for Horn and piano
W. A. Mozart- Horn Concerto No. 1 in D, Allegro

Category E: 2003 – 2004 – a choice of an obligatory piece from 3 recommended, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 15 to 20 minutes.

R. Strauss: Andante for Horn and Piano Op. posth.
W. A. Mozart: Horn Concerto in Eb major No. 3 KV447
C. Saint Saens: Morceau De Concert

Category F: 2001 – 2002 – a choice of an obligatory piece from 3 recommended, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 20 to 25 minutes.

P. Dukas: Villanelle
R. Schuman: Adagio and Allegro
R. Strauss: Horn Concerto No. 1, Allegro

 

VWB Grand Prix – HORN

In both stages it is obligatory for one piece to play from memory.

1st Round

A choice of an obligatory piece from the submitted programme, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 20 minutes.

S. Berge: Horn Løøk

2nd Round

A choice of an obligatory piece from the submitted programme, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 45 minutes.

R. Strauss: Horn Concerto No.2 in Eb major

 

Discipline: TRUMPET

 

The Jury for TRUMPET will be comprised of three renowned pedagogues and artists (two trumpeters, one hornist).
In discipline trumpet in all categories obligatory piece must be played from memory.

Category A: 2011 – 2012 (and under) – a choice of an obligatory piece from 3 recommended, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 7 minutes.

J. de Haan: Musica religioso, 8. Credo
E. Lesieur: Perce-neige
G. Jacob: Four little pieces, I. mvt. Tempo di marcia

Category B: 2009 – 2010 – a choice of an obligatory piece from 3 recommended, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 10 minutes.

J. Porret: Concertino Nr. 19
G. Buononcini: Rondeau
J. N. Hummel: Indian rondo

Category C: 2007 – 2008 – a choice of an obligatory piece from 3 recommended, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 12 minutes.

E de Coriolis: Trois Pièces
V. Šelokov: Concert
J. Porret: Concertino Nr. 20

Category D: 2005 – 2006 – a choice of an obligatory piece from 3 recommended, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 15 minutes.

G. Balay: Andante et allegro
F. Veracini: Sonata
C. Grundmann: Conversation for cornet

Category E: 2003 – 2004 – a choice of an obligatory piece from 3 recommended, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 18 minutes.

T. Hansen: Sonata, I. mvt. Allegro con brio
G. Alary: Morceau de concours
G. Balay: Prelude et balade

Category F: 2001 – 2002 – a choice of an obligatory piece from 3 recommended, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 20 minutes.

J. Hubeau: Sonata, I. mvt. Sarabande, II. mvt. Intermede
J. ed. Barat: Andante and Scherzo
A. Goedicke: Concert etude

 

VWB Grand Prix – TRUMPET

In both stages it is obligatory for one piece to play from memory.

1st Round

An obligatory piece must be performed, then one of the listed sonatas / sonatinas for trumpet and piano is selected.

Obligatory piece:
J. Haydn: Concerto for trumpet in E flat major (it is performed on B or E trumpet)

One of listed sonatas / sonatinas for trumpet and piano:
P. Hindemith: Sonata for trumpet and piano
J. Françaix: Sonatina for trumpet and piano
B. Martinů: Sonatina for trumpet and piano
S. Šulek: Sonata for trumpet and piano
G. Antheil: Sonata for trumpet and piano
H. Stevens: Sonata for trumpet and piano
K. Kennan: Sonata for trumpet and piano
P. Baldassari: Sonata No 1 in F major (piccolo trumpet)

2nd Round

It is obligatory to perform a composition for solo trumpet free of choice, then choose one of the concerts on a small (piccolo) trumpet, the rest is free program. The duration of the entire program with the obligatory composition may not exceed 45 minutes.

One of the concerts on a small (piccolo) trumpet:

J. W. Hertel: Concert for trumpet in E major No. 1
J. W. Hertel: Concert for trumpet in D major No. 3
G. Ph. Telemann: Concert for trumpet in D major (TWV 51:D7)
L. Mozart: Concert for trumpet in D major
J. M. Molter: Concert for trumpet in D major No. 1
G. Tartini: Concert for trumpet in D major

 

Discipline: TROMBONE

 

The Jury for TROMBONE will be comprised of three renowned pedagogues and artists (trombonist, euphonist and a tubist).
In discipline trombone in all categories one of the pieces must be played from memory.
Note: The piece marked with (*) is obligatory piece for bass-trombone.

Category A: 2011 – 2012 (and under) – a choice of an obligatory piece from 3 recommended, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 6 minutes.

P. Proust: Madame pendule (Ed. Robert Martin)
A. Marković: Melodija
H. A. Rimmer: Autumn Evensong (Ed. Molenar N. V.)

Category B: 2009 – 2010 (and under) – a choice of an obligatory piece from 3 recommended, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 8 minutes.

I. Glibota: Dobroslavko
R. Clerrise: Priere (Ed. Alphonse Leduc)
W. van Dorsselaer: Le Grande Duc (Ed. Gerard Billaudot)

Category C: 2007 – 2008 (and under) – a choice of an obligatory piece from 3 recommended, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 10 minutes.

A. C. Fox: Andante and March
R. Clerisse: Theme de Concours (Ed. Alphonse Leduc)
A. Crepin: Balade en perigord (Ed. Robert Martin)

Category D: 2005 – 2006 (and under) – a choice of an obligatory piece from 3 recommended, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 13 minutes.

E. Paudert: Beruhmte Arie (Ed. Simrock)
A. Vivaldi: Sonata No. 1 in Bb major, I. mvt., II. mvt. (Ed. Marc Reift)
P. M. Dubois: Cortege (Ed. Alphonse Leduc)
*E. Sachse: Concertino for Bass Trombone (Ed. Marc Reift)

Category E: 2003 – 2004 (and under) – a choice of an obligatory piece from 3 recommended, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 15 minutes.

A. Guilamant: Morceau Symphonique (Ed. Alfred)
J. B. Loeillet de Gant: Sonate G minor (Ed. Marc Reift)
C. M. von Weber: Romance (Ed. Marc Reift)
*E. Bozza: Prelude et allegro for bass trombone (Ed. Leduc)

Category F: 2001 – 2002 (and under) – a choice of an obligatory piece from 3 recommended, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 20 minutes.

F. Gräfe – Concerto
S. Šulek – Sonata Vox Gabrieli (I. T. A. Series)
S. Stojowski: Fantasy (Ed. Keith Brown)
*F. Hidas: Meditation for Basstrombon (Ed. Musica Budapest)

 

VWB Grand Prix – TENOR TROMBONE

In both stages it is obligatory for one piece to play from memory.

1st Round

An obligatory piece, one of the following free choice pieces, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 15 minutes.

Obligatory piece:

F. David: Concerto for trombone, I. and II. movement

Free choice pieces:

V. Persichetti: Parable, for solo trombone
E. Crespo: Imprivizacija No. 1, for solo trombone
F. Hidas: Fantasia
F. Rabe: Basta

2nd Round

A choice of an obligatory piece from the submitted programme, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 40 minutes.

G. Ropartz: Piece en Mi Bemol
F. Martin: Ballade
E. Bozza: Ballade
J. Jongen: Aria et Polonaise

 

Discipline: TUBA



The Jury for TUBA will be comprised of three renowned pedagogues and artists (trombonists, euphonist and a tubist).

In discipline TUBA in all categories one of the pieces must be played from memory.

Category A: 2011 – 2012 and under – free choice repertoire which may not exceed 6 minutes

Category B: 2009 – 2010 and under – free choice repertoire which may not exceed 8 minutes

Category C: 2007 – 2008 and under – free choice repertoire which may not exceed 10 minutes

Category D: 2005 – 2006 and under – free choice repertoire which may not exceed 13 minutes

Category E: 2003 – 2004 and under – free choice repertoire which may not exceed 15 minutes

Category F: 2001 – 2002 and under – free choice repertoire which may not exceed 20 minutes

 

VWB Grand Prix – TUBA

In both stages it is obligatory for one piece to play from memory.

 
1st Round

A choice of an obligatory piece from the submitted programme, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 20 minutes.

G.P.Telemann: Fantasy 7-8-9 (Editions BIM) free choice of movements
L.Cherubini: Sonata (Editions BIM)
M.Arnold: Fantasy (Faber Music)
A.Plog: Postcard V. (Editions BIM)

 
2nd Round

A choice of an obligatory piece from the submitted programme, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 45 minutes.

R. Szentpali: Concerto
E. Bozza: Concertino
I. Jevtić: Concerto for Tuba and Symphony Orchestra
E. Zamečnik: Concertino for Tuba and Piano
J. Filas: Sonata

 

Discipline: EUPHONIUM

 

The Jury for EUPHONIUM will be comprised of three renowned pedagogues and artists (trombonists, euphonist and a tubist).

In discipline euphonium in all categories one of the pieces must be played from memory.

Category A: 2011 – 2012 and under – free choice repertoire which may not exceed 6 minutes

Category B: 2009 – 2010 and under – free choice repertoire which may not exceed 8 minutes

Category C: 2007 – 2008 and under – free choice repertoire which may not exceed 10 minutes

Category D: 2005 – 2006 and under – free choice repertoire which may not exceed 13 minutes

Category E: 2003 – 2004 and under – free choice repertoire which may not exceed 15 minutes

Category F: 2001 – 2002 and under – free choice repertoire which may not exceed 20 minutes

 

VWB Grand Prix – EUPHONIUM

In both stages it is obligatory for one piece to play from memory.

1st Round

A choice of an obligatory piece from the submitted programme, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 20 minutes.

N. Paganini (arr. D. Werden): Four Caprices (two movements)
A. Frackenphl: Sonata for Solo Euphonium (two movements)
G. Ph. Telemann: 12 Fantasies (two movements)
J. S. Bach: Cello Suite No. 1. G major (all movements or free choice)

2nd Round
A choice of an obligatory piece from the submitted programme, the rest is a free choice repertoire. Performing the whole program, including the obligatory composition, may not exceed 45 minutes.

J. Horovitz: Concerto for Euphonium
A. Wilder: Concerto for Euphonium and winds (Margun Press)
V. Cosma: Concerto for Euphonium
J. Bach: Euphonium Concerto

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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