Woodwinds

WOODWIND NOTES AND REGULATIONS
In addition to the following discipline specific information, please refer to the general rules and regulations.
20TH/21ST CENTURY COMPOSERS: Music of the 20th/21st Century.
BAROQUE COMPOSERS: Music of the Baroque era, circa 1600-1760.
CANADIAN COMPOSERS: For extensive listings of music by Canadian composers, refer to the Contemporary Showcase Syllabus www.acnmp.ca
or the Canadian Music Centre www.musiccentre.ca.
CLASSICAL COMPOSERS: Music of the Classical period, circa 1760-1825. Where there are two classes for Classical era compositions, one class
is for sonata/sonatina/divertimento movements only and the other is for all other compositions from the Classical era (e.g. bagatelles, theme &
variations).
CONCERTO: Concerto classes are understood to include concertos, concertinos and concerted works. Movements from these works must be
entered in Concerto classes.
GRADE/LEVEL: Repertoire graded by RCM/CC must be performed at the grade(s)/level(s) listed in their current syllabi. Ungraded repertoire should
be equal in difficulty to graded repertoire performed in the same class(es).
RECITAL GROUP: Three selections by one or more composers. No sonata or concerto movements. Participants will be adjudicated on the selection
of the group; technique, style, and interpretation. The purpose of this class is to provide an opportunity for students to prepare and perform a recital
program in public. Participants will receive adjudication only. Time limits are to be observed.
REPEATS: In sonata and concerto classes, repeats are NOT to be played. Repeats in other classes are to be used at the discretion of the
student/teacher. Da capo markings are to be observed.
ROMANTIC: Music of the Romantic Period, circa 1825-1900.
SELECTION: Unless otherwise indicated in THIS syllabus, the word selection refers to:
 One piece by a composer, and not two or more short pieces from a collection or cycle.
 One movement of a larger work such as a suite.
SONATA: Sonata classes are understood to include sonata, sonatina and divertimento. Movements from these works must be entered in Sonata
classes.

2019 Syllabus: Woodwinds 

 

Includes: Solo and Group Classes

 

BASSOON    CLARINET    ENGLISH HORN    FLUTE    OBOE    PICCOLO    RECORDER    SAXOPHONE 
WOODWINDS GROUP

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WOODWIND NOTES AND REGULATIONS

In addition to the following discipline specific information, please refer to the general rules and regulations.

20TH/21ST CENTURY COMPOSERS: Music of the 20th/21st Century.

BAROQUE COMPOSERS: Music of the Baroque Period.

CANADIAN COMPOSERS: For extensive listings of music by Canadian composers, refer to the Contemporary Showcase Syllabus www.acnmp.ca or the Canadian Music Centre www.musiccentre.ca.

CLASSICAL COMPOSERS: Music of the Classical Period. Where there are two classes for Classical era compositions, one class is for sonata/sonatina/divertimento movements only and the other is for all other compositions from the Classical era (e.g. bagatelles, theme & variations).

CONCERTO: Concerto classes are understood to include concertos, concertinos and concerted works. Movements from these works must be entered in Concerto classes.

GRADE/LEVEL: Repertoire graded by RCM/CC must be performed at the grade(s)/level(s) listed in their current syllabi. Ungraded repertoire should be equal in difficulty to graded repertoire performed in the same class(es).

*New RECITAL GROUP: Two or three selections by one or more composers, one of which may be a sonata movement. No concerto movements. Participants will be adjudicated on the selection of the group; technique, style, and interpretation. The purpose of this class is to provide an opportunity for students to prepare and perform a recital program in public. Participants will receive adjudication only. Time limits must be observed.

REPEATS: In sonata and concerto classes, repeats are NOT to be played. Repeats in other classes are to be used at the discretion of the student/teacher. Da capo markings are to be observed.

REPERTOIRE EXCEPTIONS: The following selections will be allowed as ONE selection in solo flute classes. Participants choosing to perform any of the Grade/Level 10 and Diploma level selections listed below must be prepared to ‘cut’ their selection, as applicable, to meet the Beryl Ferguson Memorial Trophy 8-minute time limit and the Aikins Memorial Trophy 10-minute time limit. Selections other than those listed will be considered for future festivals.

Andersen, Joachim ....................  Ballade et danse des sylphes, op.5
Bartók, Béla .........................................  Suite Paysanne Hongroise
Borne, François ..............................  Fantaisie brillante sur ‘Carmen’
Briccialdi, Giulio .................................  Carnevale di Venezia, op.78
Büsser, Henri ........................................  Prélude et Scherzo, op.35
Casella, Alfredo ....................................  Barcarola et scherzo, op.4
Casella, Alfredo ...............................  Sicilienne et burlesque, op.23
Chaminade, Cécile ..........................................  Concertino, op.107
Chopin, Frédéric ..........................  Variations on a Theme by Rossini
Doppler, Franz ..............................................  Airs Valaques, op.10
Doppler, Franz .........................  Fantaisie pastorale hongroise op.26
Dutilleux, Henri .............................................................  Sonatine
Duvernoy, Alphonse ..........................................  Concertino, op.45
Enescu, George ...............................................  Cantabile et Presto
Fauré, Gabriel .....................................................  Fantaisie, op.79
Ganne, Louis ..................................................  Andante et Scherzo
Gaubert, Philippe ...........................................................  Fantaisie
Gaubert, Philippe ...........................  Nocturne et Allegro Scherzando
Génin, Paul-Agricole ................................  Carnival of Venice, op.14
Gluck, Christoph Willibald ..... Minuet and Dance of the Blessed Spirits
Gordeli, Otar .........................................................  Concerto, op.8
Jolivet, André .........................................................  Concerto no.1
Jolivet, André ........................................................  Chant de Linos
Kuhlau, Friedrich ...... Introduction et rondo sur ‘Le Colporteur’, op.98a
Marais, Marin .................................................  Les folies d’Espagne
Périlhou, Albert ................................................................  Ballade
Saint-Saëns, Camille ..................................  Airs de Ballet d’Ascanio
Sancan, Pierre ...............................................................  Sonatine
Taffanel, Claude-Paul   ...................  Andante Pastoral et Scherzettino
Taffanel, Claude-Paul  ...........................   Fantasie sur ‘Le Freischütz’
Taffanel, Claude-Paul .......... Grande Fantasie on themes from ‘Mignon’

ROMANTIC COMPOSERS: Music of the Romantic Period.

SELECTION: Unless otherwise indicated in THIS syllabus, the word selection refers to:

  • One piece by a composer, and not two or more short pieces from a collection or cycle.
  • One movement of a larger work such as a suite or sonata.

SONATA: Sonata classes are understood to include sonata, sonatina and divertimento. Movements from these works must be entered in Sonata classes. *New Exception: one Sonata movement may be played in the Recital Group class.