Compulsory Program

1

First Round, to last no longer than 15 minutes

 

Horn

a) Robert Schumann: Adagio and Allegro, op. 70
b) Mátyás Seiber: Nocturno Ed. Schott

 

Clarinet

a) Sergei Prokofjew (Federico Kurtz de Griñó):
Five pieces of ‘Romeo und Julia’
b) Carl Nielsen: Concert for clarinet, op. 57 (1. movement)

 

Saxophone

a) André Jolivet: Fantaisie-Impromptu
b) Lars-Erik Larsson: Konsert op. 14, (1. movement)

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)

 

Horn

a) Gioachino Rossini: Introduction, Theme and
Variations Ed. Peters
b) Richard Strauss: Concert for Horn Nr. 2 Es Major,
1. and 2. Movement, Ed. Boosey and Hawkes
c) A contemporary solo piece of own choice composed
after 1980

Clarinet

a) A solo piece composed after 2000, own
composition possible
b) Carl Maria von Weber:
Grand Duo Concertant, op.48

Saxophone

a) Georg Philipp Telemann:
One of the 12 fantasies for flute solo Twv 40:2-13
b) A contemporary solo piece of own choice composed
after 1980, an own composition is possible
c) Lars-Erik Larsson: Konsert op. 14, 2. and 3. movement

3

Third Round, to last not longer than 30 minutes

 

Horn

a) Antonio Rosetti: Concert for Es Major
(Murray 49) 1. and 2. Movement,
Ed. Kunzelmann, Ed. DVML
b) Camille Saint-Saëns: Romance E Major
op. 67 (Ed. J. Hammele et Cie., or Ed. Henle
c) Heinz Holliger: Cynddaredd - Brenddwyd
(Fury - Dream) for Horn Solo, Ed. Schott

 

Clarinet

a) Jean Françaix: Tema con Variazioni
b) Johann Stamitz: concert B-major

 

Saxophone

a) Henri Sauguet: Sonatine bucolique
b) Edison Denisov: Sonate

4

The Finale and prize winner’s concert

 

Horn

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Concert for Horn Es Major,
KV 495, Ed. Bärenreiter, Ed. Henle

Clarinet 

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart:
Concert for clarinet A-major, KV 622

Saxophone 

Pierre-Philippe Bauzin: Poême

5

Please notice!

 

Horn

The concert of Antonio Rosetti, Richard Strauss and Wolfgang
Amadeus Mozart Mozart have to be played from memory. The
jury reserves the right to have the required pieces played whole
or in part.

Clarinet

The concert for clarinet Opus 57 from Carl Nielsen
and the concert for clarinet A-Major KV 622
from Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart have to be played
from memory.
The jury reserves the right to have the required pieces
played whole or in part.

Saxophone

The second and third movement from the concert
of Lars-Erik Larson and the concert ‘Poême’ of
Pierre-Philippe Bauzin have to be played from memory.
The jury reserves the right to have the required pieces
played whole or in part.