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января
2018

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Karelian Regional Social Movement “Friends of Scandinavia”

The Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation

 Petrozavodsk State Conservatory named after A.K Glazunov

The Ministry of Culture and Public Relations of the Republic of Karelia

Music College named after K.E. Rautio

Culture Department of the Petrozavodsk City Administration

Children’s Music School №1 named after G.N. Sinisalo

Education Department of the Petrozavodsk City Administration

Creative Arts Palace for Children and Young People of Petrozavodsk

 

The VI International Contest of solo musicians,

wind and percussion performers

and

 the II International Contest “Weber-Clarinet”

of the “SILVER SOUNDS” program

 

March 27th – March 31st, 2011 

 

Regulations on the International contests of solo musicians, wind and percussion performers

The Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation, Petrozavodsk State Conservatory named after A. Glazunov, the Ministry of Culture and Public Relations of the Republic of Karelia, Music College named after K. Rautio, Culture Department of the Petrozavodsk City Administration, Children’s Music School №1 named after G.N. Sinisalo, Education Department of the Petrozavodsk City Administration and the Creative Arts Palace for Children and Young People of Petrozavodsk hold the VI International Contest of Solo musicians, Wind and Percussion Performers of the “Silver Sounds” Program. The II International Contest of Clarinet Players “Weber-Clarinet” devoted to the 225 anniversary of the composer is also held within the framework of the “Silver Sounds” program. The Contests are held in Petrozavodsk City from March 27th to March 31st, 2011.

 

The goals and objectives of the Contest: 

–       To contribute to development and promotion of wind music;

–       To strengthen friendly ties between the musicians from different countries;

–       To promote wind and percussion music performance; 

–       To detect the most talented young wind music performers; 

–       To develop music and aesthetic tastes of young people. 

 

Terms of the Contest

1.     Wind and percussion performers who are 30 years old and younger can participate in the contests. 

2. The Contest are held in several instrument categories – recorder, flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, saxophone, French horn, trumpet, alto, tenor, baritone, trombone, tuba, percussions, and in five age groups: 

            group I – junior children’s – up to and including 11 years old 

            group II – medium children’s – up to and including 13 years old

            group III – senior children’s – up to and including 15 years old

            group IV – young people’s (junior category) – up to and including 20 years old

            V group – young people’s (senior category) – up to and including 30 years old. In this group the starting age is not limited.

The age groups of contestants will be defined as of March 27th, 2011. 

3. Applications for participation in the contest shall be sent to: Organizing Committee of the “Silver Sounds” Contest, Music Conservatory, 16 Leningradskaya str., Petrozavodsk City, 185031, the Republic of Karelia, Russia. The deadline for applications shall be February 01st, 2011 (date of post stamp).    

Phone for inquiries: (814 2)70-60-06.

E-mail: romanvorobiov@mail.ru

  

The application form – see page 10. 

The following documents should be enclosed to the application form:

-                     A photocopy of birth certificate or passport; 

-                     A photo (10 х 13);

-                     A brief artistic CV. 

4.     The participation fee (1000 rubles for groups I, II, III, IV and 1500 rubles for the group V) should be paid upon arrival to the Contest during the registration. 

    Should an applicant refuse to participate in the Contest, no documents or the participation fee are returned or refunded. 

5.     Traveling, board and lodging expenses for contestants, accompanists, teachers and other escorting persons are the responsibility of delegating organizations. 

6.     The Organizing Committee will book a hotel for the non-resident contestants. The need in accommodation and number of persons is to be specified in the application form. 

7.     The contest held in the age groups I, II, III and IV consists of two rounds.

In the first round, a scale and two etudes of diverse nature at the performer's discretion are played (with no accompaniment); it is permitted to perform a piece for a solo instrument instead of one etude. In the percussions category the etudes and pieces are performed on snare drum. In age group IV, the scale is selected by draw (major and minor scales, up to and including six dots), and etudes and pieces are the performer's discretion. 

In the second round, contestants from age group I perform two compositions of diverse nature as selected by the contestant but not played in the first round. In age groups II to IV, any composition from the list of “mandatory” works (paragraph 15) and a composition selected by the contestant but not performed in the first round shall be played. In the percussions category, a work selected at the contestant’s discretion shall be played on snare drum. 

In age group V the contest consists of three rounds (paragraph 15).

    Every composition of the Contest program in every age group shall be performed from memory. 

8. The contestant's order of play is defined by draw and stays unchanged in the next rounds. In age groups I, II, III and IV the winners of the Contest shall be determined according to the results of the two rounds.  In the age group V no more than 50 % of the contestants are admitted for participation in the second round and no more than 5 contestants are admitted for participation in the third round.

9. The performance of the contestants shall be evaluated by a jury consisting of leading musicians: teachers from Petrozavodsk, St-Petersburg and Moscow. The winners of the Contest shall be awarded with laureate diplomas of Degree I, II and III, and with prizes. 

    The laureates of the Contests are obliged to perform in the gala performance free of charge. 

    The jury keeps the right, if agreed by all members, to not listen to contestant’s program in full, to not award all the diplomas, to award diplomas to the most outstanding soloists and accompanists who have not taken prize places. 

    Jury’s decision is final and not subject to reconsideration. 

10. Scales shall be performed in detache and legato strokes in all age groups.   

11. In age group I: scales and triad arpeggio are performed:  

  - on recorder, oboe, saxophone, bassoon – eighth notes (= 80 or higher tempo)

  - on trumpet, alto, tenor, French horn – quarter notes (= 80 or higher tempo)

 

    - Scales and triad arpeggio with inversion are performed on flute, xylophone – at least two octaves, eighth notes (= 80 or higher tempo)

 

12. In age group II: scales, triad arpeggio with inversion and dominant seventh chord with inversion are performed;

  - on flute – eighth notes, by using the lower range completely and the upper range up to sounds B3 – C4 (= 120 or higher tempo) 

  - on oboe – eighth notes, by using the lower range completely and the upper range up to sounds C3 - D3 (=100 or higher tempo)

  - on bassoon – eighth notes (=  100 or higher tempo)

  - on saxophone – eighth notes, by using the lower range completely and the upper range up to sounds E3 - F3 (= 120 or higher tempo)

  - on xylophone – eighth notes, at least two octaves (= 120 or higher tempo)

    Scales, triad arpeggio and dominant seventh chord are performed:

    on French horn, trumpet, tenor, baritone, trombone, tuba – eighth notes 

    (= 80 or higher tempo)

13. In age group III: scales, triad arpeggio with inversion and dominant seventh chord with inversion are performed:

  - on flute  – sixteenth notes, by using the lower range completely and the upper range up to sounds B3 - C4 (= 100 or higher tempo)

  - on oboe – sixteenth notes, by using the lower and upper registers completely (= 80 or higher tempo)

  - on bassoon  – sixteenth notes, at least two octaves (= 80 or higher tempo)

  - on saxophone – sixteenth notes, by using the lower range completely and the upper range up to sounds E3 - F3 (= 80 or higher tempo)

 

  - on French horn, trumpet, tenor, baritone, trombone, tuba –

    sixteenth notes, at least two octaves (= 80 or higher tempo)

  - on xylophone – sixteenth notes, at least two octaves (= 100 or higher tempo)

 

14.In age group IV: scales, triad arpeggio with inversion and dominant seventh chord with inversion – in major scales, or reduced leading note with inversion – in minor scales, are performed: 

  - on flute – sixteenth notes, by using the lower range completely and the upper range up to sounds B3 - C4 (= 120 or higher tempo)

  - on oboe – sixteenth notes, by using the lower and upper registers completely (= 100 or higher tempo)

  - on bassoon –sixteenth notes, by using the lower and upper registers completely (= 100 or higher tempo)

  - on saxophone – sixteenth notes, by using the lower and upper registers completely (= 100 or higher tempo)

  - on French horn – sixteenth notes, at least two octaves

  - (= 80 or higher tempo)

  - on trumpet, trombone, tuba – sixteenth notes, at least two octaves (= 100 or higher tempo)

  - on xylophone – sixteenth notes, at least two octaves
    (= 120 or higher tempo)

 

15.List of pieces mandatory for playing in round II  for age groups II, III, IV and in  rounds I,  II, III for the age group V (repetition of pieces in different rounds is not allowed).

 

flute

Group II – medium children’s. W.A. Mozart. Andante (with cadence) 

Group III – senior children’s. A. Vivaldi. Concert for flute with orchestra "The Young Goldfinch", part I. 

Group IV – young people’s (junior category). G.P. Telemann. One of 12 fantasias for solo flute.

Group V – Young people's (senior category)

Round I – J.S. Bach – Sonata # 1 in E minor for flute and piano, parts I-II  or III-IV or J.S. Bach – Partita A minor for solo flute –  parts I-II or III-IV.

Round II – Work of a composer of the XX-XXI century at discretion up to 10 minutes of duration.

Round III – W.A. Mozart. Concerto in G major for flute with orchestra.

 

OBOE

Group II – medium children’s. L. Beethoven. Counter dance (Collection “Oboe”, grade 3. “Muzychna Ukraina” – Kiev) 

Group III – senior children’s. G.F. Handel. Adagio and allegro from Sonata #1 for oboe and piano 

Group IV – young people’s (junior category). А. Vivaldi. Concert in A minor for oboe with orchestra

Group V – Young people's (senior category)

Round I – 1. A. Vivaldi. Concerto i C major (F.I. # 31)

2. M. Dranishnikova. Poem.

Round II – 1. A. Pasculli. Fantasia on themes from Donizetti's "Favourite" (“La favorite”)

2. A virtuosic composition of the XX-XXI centuries.

Round III – W.A. Mozart. Concert in C major for oboe with orchestra.

 

BASSOON

Group II – medium children’s. V. Geviksman. Humoresque.

Group III – senior children’s. H. Sinisalo. "Landscape" (“Peyzazh”). 

Group IV – young people’s (junior category). V. Mikalauskas. Introduction, Allegro Scherzando

Group V – Young people's (senior category)

Round I – 1. A. Vivaldi. Concert in B flat major " La Note"

2. G. Jacob. Partita for solo bassoon

Round II – 1. R. Maros. Concertino for bassoon with orchestra.

2. At discretion:

a) V. Bruns. 5 pieces for bassoon and piano.

b) A. Tansmann. Suite for bassoon and piano.

c) Y. Falik. Concertino for bassoon and string orchestra.

d) E. Bozza. Fantasia for bassoon and piano.

Round III – W.A. Mozart. Concert in B flat major for bassoon with orchestra (cadence of A. Schnittke).

 

SAXOPHONE ALTO

Group II – medium children’s. A. Dvorzhak. Humoresque.

Group III – senior children’s. G.Handel. Aria with variations

Group IV – young people’s (junior category). D. Milhaud. "Scaramouch", parts I-II or II-III.

Group V – Young people's (senior category)

Round I – A composition of the XX-XXI centuries (at discretion) (up to 15 minutes of duration, solo is possible).

Round II –  A. Glazunov. Concert for saxophone with orchestra.

Round III – Jacques Ibert. Chamber concertino for saxophone with chamber orchestra.

 

SAXOPHONE TENOR

Group II – medium children’s. J.-B. Rameau. Rigaudon (Chrestomathy by Prorvitch) 

Group III – senior children’s. А. Khachaturian. Dance from "Spartacus" Ballet

Group IV – young people’s (junior category). G. Gilhaud. Concertino.

Group V – Young people's (senior category)

Round I –  A composition dated XIX century or earlier at discretion (up to 15 minutes of duration, transpositions are possible)

Round II – A composition dated XX-XXI centuries at discretion (up to 15 minutes of duration, transpositions are possible)

Round III – E. Villa-Lobos. Fantasia for saxophone with orchestra.

 

FRENCH HORN

Group II – medium children’s.  F. Mendelson. Spring Song                                                  (From Schollar’s School of French Horn Playing)

Group III – senior children’s. B. Marcello. Sonata, parts I – II.

Group IV – young people’s (junior category). W. А. Mozart. Concert № 3, E flat major,

for French horn and orchestra (piano), parts I – II, with cadence at discretion. 

Group V – Young people's (senior category)

Round I –  1. W.A. Mozart. Concert # 4, E flat major for French horn with orchestra, cadence at discretion.

2. S. Rakhmaninov. Elegy.

Round II – 1. R. Strauss. Concert # 1.

2. E. Rusanov. Melody.

Round III – 1. G. Rossini. Prelude and theme with variations.

 

TRUMPET

Group II – medium children’s. P. Tchaikovsky. Arioso of Soldier from "Moscow" Cantata 

Group III – senior children’s. G. Tartini. Largo and allegro from Sonata in G minor for violin and piano (Chrestomathy of Children’s  Music School, senior grades) 

Group IV – young people’s (junior category). A. Savard.   Contest piece.

Group V – Young people's (senior category)

Round I –  1. J.B. Neruda. Concert for trumpet with orchestra.

2. A piece at the performer's discretion (maximum 10 minutes of duration).

Round II – 1. P. Hindemith. Sonata for trumpet an piano, part I or parts II-III.

2. A piece at the performer's discretion (maximum 10 minutes of duration).

Round III – A. Arutyunyan. Concert for trumpet with orchestra, with cadence.

 

TENOR, BARITONE

Group II – medium children’s. M. Glinka. "Northern Star" 

Group III – senior children’s. J.S. Bach. Passacaglia (Chrestomathy for trumpet, senior grades, collected by Usov) 

 

TROMBONE

Group II – medium children’s. L. Beethoven. Largo.

Group III – senior children’s. W.A. Mozart. Aria.

Group IV – young people’s (junior category). J.S. Bach. Andante. 

Group V – Young people's (senior category)

Round I –  1. J.S. Bach: Arioso or Bach-Gounod: Prelude.

2. E. Sachse: Concertino or Reiche: Concert # 2, parts II-III

3. A piece at discretion, 5 – 7 minutes.

Round II – 1. I.F. Grefe – Concert for trombone

or I. Novakovsky – Concertino.

Round III – F. David – Concertino for trombone (with out-take)

or G.K. Wagenseil – Concert for trombone.

 

TUBA

Group II  – medium children’s. M. Glinka. “Knight’s Romance”

Group III – senior children’s. N. Rimsky-Korsakov. Song of Varangian guest from “Sadko” Opera 

Group IV  – young people’s (junior category). B. Marcello. Sonata in A minor, parts III-IV.

Group V – Young people's (senior category)

Round I –  1. G.F. Handel. Concert in F minor (transposition for tuba with piano)

2. A piece at the performer's discretion (maximum 10 minutes of duration).

Round II – 1. D. Haddad. Suite for tuba and piano.

2. V. Persicetti. Serenade # 12 for solo tuba, parts II, II and IV.

Round III – 1. C-H. Koeper. Sonata for tuba and piano.

2. S. Dennison. Rondo for tuba and string orchestra.

 

PERCUSSIONS

Group II – medium children’s. I. Kataev. Humoresque of xylophone and piano.

Group III – senior children’s. N. Chaykin. Concert piece on the themes of American folk songs for xylophone and piano.

Group IV – young people’s (junior category). N. Minch. The Paraphrase on the Themes of I. Dunaevsky’s songs for xylophone and piano.

Group V – Young people's (senior category) (in group V participants performing pieces on snare drum are allowed to read music).

Round I –  1. P. Sarasate. Introduction and Tarantella (transposition for xylophone and piano by K. Kupinsky)

2. J. Collins. “Tabula Rasa”

Round II – 1. K. Saint-Säens. Introduction and rondo-capriccioso (to be performed according to the original)

2. V. Basler. “My friend Jospo” for solo snare drum.

Round III – 1. D. Shostakovich. Burlesque (from the concert for violin with orchestra, to be performed according to the original).

2.M. Markovich. “Stamina” for solo snare drum.

 

The II International Contest “Weber-Clarinet”

 

(scales are not performed in the “Weber-clarinet” contest)

 

Group I – junior children’s.

Round I. Two compositions of different nature for solo clarinet, transpositions and etudes are possible. (scales are not performed in the “Weber-clarinet” contest)

Round II. Two compositions of different nature for clarinet and piano, one of them by C.M. Weber (transpositions are possible).

 

Group II – medium children’s.

Round I. Two compositions of different nature for solo clarinet (transpositions and etudes are possible).

Round II. 1. C. Weber. Sonatina. Transposition for clarinet and piano by I. Vichinski.

2.A composition for clarinet and piano at discretion, up to 10 minutes of duration.

 

Group III – senior children’s. 

Round I. Two compositions of different nature for solo clarinet (transpositions and etudes are possible).

Round II. C.M. Weber. Concertino for clarinet with orchestra Op. 26

 

 

Group IV – young people’s (junior category).

Round I. Two compositions of different nature for solo clarinet (etudes are possible).

Round II. C.M. Weber. Concert # 1 in F minor for clarinet with orchestra.

 

Group V – Young people's (senior category)

Round I –  1. K. Stamiz. Concert in F major for clarinet with orchestra, parts I-II.

2. E. Patlaenko. Sonata-conversation for solo clarinet from the cycle “Evening music-making” (“Vechernee musitsirovanie”)

Round II – 1. J. Brahms. Sonata #1 in F minor, parts I and II, or Sonata # 2 in E flat major, parts I and II.

2. A composition for clarinet and piano dated XX-XXI centuries, at the performer’s discretion.

Round III – 1. C.M. Weber. Concert # 2 in E flat major for clarinet with orchestra.

 

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