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Requirements for the Orchestral Instruments master’s program – Flute major

Requirements for the Orchestral Instruments master’s program – Flute major

The following works must be prepared for the Performance master’s program proficiency test:

For prospective Orchestra majors:
1. The first and second movements of a flute concerto by W. A. Mozart
2. In addition, two works from two further style periods, one of them post-1950
3. Five orchestral extracts of the candidate’s choice. These five extracts may include passages for piccolo.

For prospective Chamber Music majors:
1. The first and second movements of a flute concerto by W. A. Mozart
2. A sonata (flute/piano) of the candidate’s choice or a chamber work with the candidate’s own ensemble
3. A modern work (from after 1950) of the candidate’s choice

For prospective Music Promotion majors:
1. The first and second movements of a flute concerto by W. A. Mozart
2. In addition, two works from two further periods, one of them post-1950
3. A short, artistically prepared introduction (of about 5 minutes) to a work from the program of the proficiency test

The examining boards reserve the right to make a selection from the pieces.

Contact:

Prof. André Sebald

  

Robert Schumann Hochschule Düsseldorf Fischerstraße 110, 40476 Düsseldorf
Fon: +49.211.49 18 -0 Fax: +49.211.49 11 6 18 www.rsh-duesseldorf.de