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Requirements for the master’s program in Orchestral Instruments – Trombone major

The following works must be prepared for the Performance master’s program proficiency test:For prospective Orchestra majors: 1. A Baroque work of the musician’s choice (for example Handel, Concerto in F minor)2. F. David, concerto, 1st and 2nd movements (tenor trombone), E. Sachse, concerto, 1st and 2nd movements (bass trombone)3. One of the major trombone works of the candidate’s choice 4. A selection of the musician’s choice from common audition passagesFor Chamber Music majors: 1. A Baroque work of the musician’s choice (for example Handel, Concerto in F minor) 2. F. David, concerto, 1st and 2nd movements (tenor trombone), E. Sachse, concerto, 1st and 2nd movements (bass trombone)3. One of the major trombone works of the candidate’s choice4. Chamber music with trombone, a chorale from a symphonic work, such as Brahms, Mahler, etc., or a 2nd movement from a concertoFor prospective Music Promotion majors: a short, artistically prepared introduction (of about 5 minutes) to the program of the proficiency testThe examining boards reserve the right to make a selection from the pieces.Further information:

Prof. Matthias Gromer

      

Robert Schumann Hochschule Düsseldorf Fischerstraße 110, 40476 Düsseldorf
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