Department of wind instruments



Bass tuba
  1. Verification of rhythmic and perceptual abilities related to hearing
  2. Play one piece chosen by the candidate from the following:
    Alexander Teherepnin "Op. 64 for tuba and piano"
    P.V. de la Nux "Solo de Concours"
  3. Play two studies chosen by the commission from the following:
    3, 10, 14, 18, 20 and 23 by G. Kopprasch part I
    1, 4, 14, 20, 21, 26 by S. Peretti part II
  4. Extemporaneous reading and transposition by not more than one tone of the bass clef an easy piece chosen by the commission


 

Clarinet
  1. Scales and arpeggios
  2. One fast and one slow movement from one or more pieces of the clarinet repertoire
  3. Two studies chosen by the commission from four presented by the candidate from: H. Klosé: Studi caratteristici; P. Jeanjean: vol. II; H. Bärmann: 12 Capricci; E. Cavallini: 30 Capricci; R. Stark: 24 Studi


 

Horn
  1. One piece chosen from the following: W.A. Mozart, Concerto no. 3; B. Krol, Laudatio
  2. Two studies chosen from the following:
    B. Müller, vol. I: no. 1 and no. 10
    C. Kopprasch, vol. I: no. 21 and 31 – vol. II: no. 52
    O. Franz, no. 22 (from Thirty Studies)
  3. Sight reading and transposition


 

Bassoon
  1. Scales and arpeggios
  2. Two studies chosen by the candidate from the following methods:
    Krakamp
    Weissenborn, vol. II
    Milde, op. 24 and 26 (vol. I)
  3. One allegro movement and one slow movement from an original piece for bassoon with accompaniment
  4. Sight reading


 

Recorder
  1. One easy sonata from the 18th century Italian repertoire for recorder or alto recorder
  2. One sonata or canzona da sonar from the 17th century for soprano recorder and basso continuo
  3. Sight reading and transposition


 

Flute
  1. Two studies chosen by the candidate from:
    Andersen: 24 Studies op. 30
    Köhler: 8 Studies op. 33 (third part)
    Briccialdi: 21 Studies (pub. Ricordi)
    Fürstenau: 26 Exercises op. 107
  2. Two sonata movements with or without accompaniment, or two concerto movements
  3. Sight reading


 

Oboe
  1. A free programme of not less than 20 minutes, with pieces of different styles and of no less difficulty than: W. Ferling, 48 studies for oboe, J. Haydn, Concerto for oboe and orchestra.


 

Saxophone
  1. Play a composition for solo saxophone chosen by the candidate of a difficulty of (for example) no less than: Ryo Noda, Improvisation I; Paul Mefano, Tige for saxophone.
  2. Play two studies chosen by the candidate.
  3. Play one chromatic scale; major and minor scales; major and minor arpeggios.
  4. Sight reading an easy piece chosen by the commission.
  5. Interview to establish candidate's motivation and skills in rhythmic and perceptual capacity relating to hearing; melodic intonation; elementary piano playing; elements of harmony; general musical culture.


 

Trumpet
  1. One concerto
  2. Two studies chosen by the candidate from the following:
    S. Peretti: vol. II: nos. 9, 10 and 11
    J. Fuss: 18 Studies: nos. 6, 7 and 8
  3. Sight reading


 

Trombone
  1. E. Sachse: Concertino
  2. Two studies chosen by the candidate from the following:
    C. Kopprasch: vol. I: nos. 13, 14, 15 and 23
    A. Lafosse: 12 Studies, part III: nos. 1, 3 and 7.
  3. Sight reading in the three keys