For Trumpet, Trombone, French Horn and Tuba
October 6, 2019
The competition consists of one round. In addition to the obligatory piece , the candidates should play a piece of their choice that is of a different stylistic period of 5-7 minutes. Please choose your obligatory piece of the following lists:
Trumpet J. Pennequin, Morceau de Concert - J. N. Hummel, Concert Es-Dur, 1st movement - Joseph Haydn, Concert Es Dur, 1st movement with cadenza
French Horn W. A. Mozart, Hornkonzert KV 412/417/447 or 495, 1st movement - J. Haydn, 2. Hornkonzert, 1st movement with cadenza - M. Haydn, Concertino, 2nd movement with cadenza
Trombone A. Guilmant, Morceau symphonique op. 88
Bass-Trombone: Ernst Sachse, Konzert, I. Allegro maestoso and II. Adagio
Tenor- or Bass-Trombone: Georg Philip Telemann, Sonata in f minor, III. Andante and IV. Vivace
Tuba/Euphonium will be announced
Presentation and Personality
Quality of Tone and Expression
Technical Command of Instrument
Participation: Any registered participant in the 5th Positively Brass & Percussion Seminar may take part in this competition who was born after 3 October 1996 Students at the University of Music in Trossingen may not participate in the competition. The prior winners of the main prize can not take part in the competition again. A maximum of 18 participants will be admitted for the competition.
Fee: The fee for participants who want to register for the competition is 40 Euros.
Accompaniment: The candidates have the option to work with our accompanist. Rehearsal time will be arranged for those who want it. The music scores for the accompanist has to be sent until August 30, 2019 to the following address:
Staatliche Hochschule für Musik
5. PBPS - Herrn Thomas Kirbisser
Ulrich Köbl, Horn
Prof. Abbie Conant, trombone
Prof. Szabolcs Zempleni, french horn
Prof. Wolfgang Guggenberger, trumpet
Prof. Gerhard Wolf, trombone
The decisions of the jury are final and cannot be contested.
Prizes: The prize money for the main prize is 1500 €. The winner agrees to participate in the opening concert of the following symposium. There will be additional prizes and special prizes for special achievements.
The prizes are not influenced by the age or instrument of the candidate. The jury reserves the right to abstain from awarding a prize or prizes. Application deadline for the competition (incl. program): August 20, 2019