Compulsory Program

1

First Round, to last no longer than 15 minutes

Please note: Due to the still unfortunately unpredictable situation in the pandemic, we have decided to realize the first round of the competition in this exceptional case once by video recording. AFTER the invitation by the competition office, the complete respective repertoire of the first round must be recorded by video in one single recording without editing. Here, for reasons of fairness, the accompanied works must be recorded WITHOUT piano or harpsichord. The exact recording conditions will be communicated to the selected participants by e-mail together with the invitation to the competition.

from the second round the competition will be held in presence, in Düsseldorf


Flute

a) Georg Philipp Telemann, one of the following fantasies:
Nr. 4 B-flat major
Nr. 5 C-major
Nr. 9 E-Major
Nr. 11 G-Major

b) Nicolo Paganini, one of the following caprices op. 1:
Nr. 5 a-minor
Nr. 10 g-minor

c) Philippe Gaubert:

Fantasy
or
ballade for flute and piano

 

Oboe

a) Carl Phillip Emanuel Bach: Sonata g-minor, Wq 135: 1. and 2. movement
or
Johann Sebastian Bach: Sonata g-minor BWV 1030, 2. and 3. movement

b) Heinz Holliger: Sonata for Oboe Solo (1956/57, rev. 1999): 1. and 2. movement

 

Bassoon

a) Johann Sebastian Bach: from Partita BWV 1013: Corrente and Sarabande (without rep.)

b) Bernhard H. Crusell: Concertino (without Polacca)

2

Second Round to last not longer than 30 minutes (It must be ensured that the total length of the selected works does not exceed 30 minutes)

 

Flute

a) A contemporary solo work unaccompanied of own choice composed after 1980 (max. 10 min.)

b) Robert Schumann: Three romances op. 94

c) One of the following pieces:
André Jolivet: Chant de Linos
or
Pierre Sancan: Sonatine 7

 

Oboe

a) A contemporary solo work unaccompanied of own choice composed after 1980 (max. 10 min.)

b) Clara Schumann: Three romances for Oboe (orig. violin) and piano op. 22

c) Henri Dutilleux: Sonate pour Hautbois et Piano
or
Darius Milhaud: Sonatine for oboe and piano op. 337

 

Bassoon

a) A contemporary solo work unaccompanied of own choice composed after 1980 for bassoon solo (max. 10 min.)

b) Robert Schumann: Fantasiestücke op. 73

c) Otmar Nussio: Variazioni su un Arietta di Pergolesi
or
Marcel Bitsch: Concertino

3

Third Round, to last not longer than 30 minutes

 

Flute

a) Erwin Schulhoff: Sonata

b) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Concerto G-major KV 313

 

Oboe

a) Antal Dorati: Duo Concertante for oboe and piano

b) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Concerto for Oboe KV 314

 

Bassoon

a) Iván Eröd: Sonata Milanese

b) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Concerto B flat major KV 191

4

The Finale and prize winner’s concert

 

Flute

Jacques Ibert: Flute Concerto

 

Oboe 

Richard Strauss: Concerto for oboe and small orchestra

 

Bassoon

Johann Nepomuk Hummel: Concerto F major

5

Please notice!

The concerts of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Richard Strauss, Jacques Ibert and Johann Nepomuk Hummel have to be played by memory. The jury reserves the right to have the required pieces played whole or in part.