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  • Johannes Brahms Competition 2016 - Poertschach, Austria
    fast taken from the cello suites by J S Bach BWV 1007 1012 or two movements slow fast taken from the Sonatas and Partitas for solo violin by J S Bach BWV 1001 1006 or two movements slow fast taken from the suites for viola sola op 131d by M Reger One caprice for viola sola of your own choice by H Vieuxtemps F Herrmann B Campagnoli M Vieux or from the 24 caprices by N Paganini A short contemporary piece or parts of a larger work for viola sola composed in the second half of the 20th century or after with a maximum duration of 5 6 minutes e g one movement from the compositions by P Hindemith solo sonatas I Stravinski elegy K Penderecki cadenza G Kurtag B A Zimmermann Duration max 15 minutes All pieces of the first round have to be performed from memory B Second Round First movement and cadence from the viola concert by C Stamitz op 1 D major or by F A Hoffmeister D major Choose one of the sonatas for viola and piano by J Brahms 120 1 F minor or op 120 2 E flat major First movement of one of the sonatas by J N Hummel op 5 No 3 E flat major F Schubert D 821 Arpeggione Sonata Rebecca Clarke Viola Sonata P Hindemith op 11 4 or op 25 4 D Shostakovich op 147 Duration max 30 minutes Concert by heart Sonatas with notes Note The jury will limit your performance of the Brahms Sonata op 120 1 or op 120 2 to a selection of movements This will be announced immediately prior to your performance C Final J Brahms Sonata op 120 1 or op 120 2 choose the sonata not chosen in the second round

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  • Johannes Brahms Competition 2016 - Poertschach, Austria
    be brought along by the candidate at their own cost Please prepare an attractive piece with a maximum duration of 4 5 minutes for the prize winners concert Choose from the theme folk music dance music if possible in connection with your home For suggestions see 2 A First Round Prelude from either the 4th 5th or 6th suite by J S Bach One caprice by A Piatti or one etude by D Popper Hohe Schule des Violoncellospiels A short contemporary piece or parts of such a piece for Violincello solo with a duration of max 6 minutes e g Witold LUTOSLAWSKI Sacher Variation Luciano BERIO Les mots sont allés Henri DUTILLEUX from 3 Strophes sur le nom de Sacher Cristobal HALFFTER Variationen über das Thema Sacher Krzysztof PENDERECKI Per Slava Bernd Alois ZIMMERMANN 4 kurze Studien or another contemporary piece of comparable difficulty Duration 15 minutes All pieces of the first round have to be performed from memory B Second Round One of the sonatas by J Brahms op 38 E minor or op 99 F major complete piece Arpeggione Sonata by F Schubert complete piece Duration max 35 minutes Second Round Sonata can be performed with notes Note

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  • Johannes Brahms Competition 2016 - Poertschach, Austria
    once throughout their entire programme Repetitions in other rounds are not allowed Transpositions are allowed The chairman will terminate any presentation greatly exceeding the given time frame Experienced accompanists are available free of charge Participants who prefer to travel with their own accompanists are welcome to do so but please note that this will entail an additional registration fee because prizes will also be awarded for the best song accompaniment and the best lied duo respectively Please prepare an attractive piece with a maximum duration of 4 5 minutes for the prize winners concert Choose from the theme folk music dance music if possible in connection with your home For suggestions see 2 A First Round In total 3 lieder have to be prepared Two lieder by J Brahms Choose one kunstlied and one volkslied from Deutsche Volkslieder WoO Choose ONE lied from the following selection of composers a Josef Matthias Hauer only lieder after op 4 b Arnold Schönberg only lieder after op 2 c Anton von Webern only lieder after op 3 d Robert Schollum Alltag der Augen Lieder aus dem Wunderhorn Kinderreime available from Doblinger Music Publishers Vienna Duration max 10 minutes B Second Round Choose two

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  • Johannes Brahms Competition 2016 - Poertschach, Austria
    frame Please choose repeats in your own responsibility The maximum duration of each round must not be exceeded Please prepare an attractive piece with a maximum duration of 4 5 minutes for the prize winners concert Choose from the theme folk music dance music if possible in connection with your home For suggestions see 2 A First Round One movement of the work by Johannes Brahms A contemporary piece from

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  • Johannes Brahms Competition 2016 - Poertschach, Austria
    members of the jury are excellent musicians teachers or concert organizers themselves The jury assessment is given in public in the presence of the audience and the participant Each juror will submit his evaluation immediately after each competitor s performance showing the points awarded on a scorecard The candidates can see the score immediately after their performance Points from 0 6 to one decimal will be awarded separately for technical mastery of the instrument and for artistic expression and then be added together If the score given by one member of the jury differs from the next higher or lower score by one or more than one point then this score is eliminated by the chairman Members of the jury are not allowed to evaluate their present or former students The score of the first round A is only used to establish the participants of the second round B and is then discarded The score of the second round B is added to the score of the final round C The competitions are decided by the sum of the points gained in the second round B and in the final C The jury may determine by unanimous decision that no

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  • Johannes Brahms Competition 2016 - Poertschach, Austria
    digital electronic recordings at all concerts or events within the period of the competition and to use these recordings for publicity purposes In particular the organizer reserves the right to authorize radio and TV stations to record and broadcast e g via radio and television including on line all events of the competition No claims for reimbursement for participants may arise from this The competition organizer reserves the right to use selections from the competitions and prize winners concerts on a CD and or DVD which will serve to publicize the participants and document the competition Beyond this the competition organizer reserves the right to release and distribute or permit the distribution on its own or through third parties of contributions to the competition in sound form on analogue and or digital sound or data media in any format or process including as digital downloads via online distributors either commercially or non commercially The declaration of understanding on the part of the competition participants shall be considered given with the registration to participate in the competition the same applies to transfer of broadcast rights in keeping with the aforementioned conditions The prize winners have no claim to additional compensation Prize

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  • Johannes Brahms-Wettbewerb 2016 - Pörtschach, Österreich
    6Wertung 7 Sonstiges in english Wettbewerbsbestimmungen Hier finden Sie die gültigen Bestimmungen für den Johannes Brahms Wettbewerb 2016 Bitte wählen Sie aus der Liste im blauen Balken auf der linken Seite Bitte lesen Sie die Bestimmungen vor Ihrer Anmeldung genau

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  • Johannes-Brahms-Wettbewerb 2016: Reglement | Johannes-Brahms-Competition 2016: Regulations
    major KV 218 A major KV 219 or by J Haydn One sonata for violin and piano by J Brahms op 78 G major op 100 A major op 108 D minor OR R Schumann sonata A minor op 105 Scherzo c minor by J Brahms from the FAE Sonata from memory Schumann Brahms Dietrich OR a Hungarian Dance by J Brahms arranged by J Joachim Duration about 30 minutes Concerts have to be performed from memory sonata can be performed with notes except the FAE Sonata which also has to be played from memory Note All works selected for the second round have to be prepared in full If necessary the jury will decide on further time limits before the beginning of the second round These limits will apply to all candidates C Final with full orchestra First movement and cadence from one of the following violin concerts J Brahms op 77 D major or J Sibelius op 47 D minor or P I Tschaikowsky op 35 D major In the final round concerts have to be performed from memory 5c Viola General Information The chairman will terminate any presentation exceeding the given time frame Please choose repeats in your own responsibility The maximum duration of each round must not be exceeded Please provide the jury with copies of the sheet music chosen for the first round of contemporary music Good pianists are made available by the organizer but can also be brought along by the candidate at their own cost Please prepare an attractive piece with a maximum duration of 4 5 minutes for the prize winners concert Choose from the theme folk music dance music if possible in connection with your home For suggestions see 2 A First Round Two dances slow fast taken from the cello suites by J S Bach BWV 1007 1012 or two movements slow fast taken from the Sonatas and Partitas for solo violin by J S Bach BWV 1001 1006 or two movements slow fast taken from the suites for viola sola op 131d by M Reger One caprice for viola sola of your own choice by H Vieuxtemps F Herrmann B Campagnoli M Vieux or from the 24 caprices by N Paganini A short contemporary piece or parts of a larger work for viola sola composed in the second half of the 20th century or after with a maximum duration of 5 6 minutes e g one movement from the compositions by P Hindemith solo sonatas I Stravinski elegy K Penderecki cadenza G Kurtag B A Zimmermann Duration max 15 minutes All pieces of the first round have to be performed from memory B Second Round First movement and cadence from the viola concert by C Stamitz op 1 D major or by F A Hoffmeister D major Choose one of the sonatas for viola and piano by J Brahms 120 1 F minor or op 120 2 E flat major First movement of one of the sonatas by J N Hummel op 5 No 3 E flat major F Schubert D 821 Arpeggione Sonata Rebecca Clarke Viola Sonata P Hindemith op 11 4 or op 25 4 D Shostakovich op 147 Duration max 30 minutes Concert by heart Sonatas with notes Note The jury will limit your performance of the Brahms Sonata op 120 1 or op 120 2 to a selection of movements This will be announced immediately prior to your performance C Final J Brahms Sonata op 120 1 or op 120 2 choose the sonata not chosen in the second round A concert piece of your own choice by N Paganini La Campanella Primrose transcription E Zimbalist Tango or Zapateado from Sarasateana Primrose transcription R Schumann Märchenbilder op 113 one movement M Bruch op 85 Romance for viola and orchestra in F major G Enescu Concert piece for viola and piano Concertstück If you bring your own pianist other concert pieces of comparable level of difficulty are allowed First movement from one of the viola concerts by B Bartók W Walton P Hindemith Schwanendreher N Paganini op 35 Sonata per la Grand Viola A Schnittke 3rd movement Duration max 45 minutes Sonata with notes Concert and concert piece by heart Note The jury will limit your performance of the Brahms Sonata op 120 1 or op 120 2 to a selection of movements This will be announced immediately prior to your performance 5d Cello General Information The chairman will terminate any presentation exceeding the given time frame Please choose repeats in your own responsibility The maximum duration of each round must not be exceeded Please provide the jury with copies of the sheet music chosen for the first round of contemporary music Good pianists are made available by the organizer but can also be brought along by the candidate at their own cost Please prepare an attractive piece with a maximum duration of 4 5 minutes for the prize winners concert Choose from the theme folk music dance music if possible in connection with your home For suggestions see 2 A First Round Prelude from either the 4th 5th or 6th suite by J S Bach One caprice by A Piatti or one etude by D Popper Hohe Schule des Violoncellospiels A short contemporary piece or parts of such a piece for Violincello solo with a duration of max 6 minutes e g Witold LUTOSLAWSKI Sacher Variation Luciano BERIO Les mots sont allés Henri DUTILLEUX from 3 Strophes sur le nom de Sacher Cristobal HALFFTER Variationen über das Thema Sacher Krzysztof PENDERECKI Per Slava Bernd Alois ZIMMERMANN 4 kurze Studien or another contemporary piece of comparable difficulty Duration 15 minutes All pieces of the first round have to be performed from memory B Second Round One of the sonatas by J Brahms op 38 E minor or op 99 F major complete piece Arpeggione Sonata by F Schubert complete piece Duration max 35 minutes Second Round Sonata can be performed with notes Note The jury reserves

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