Please note that the deadline for registration is 1 June 2020!
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If you need a visa for Germany (Schengen Countries), you will receive an official letter of invitation upon request.
If your piano accompanist need a visa for Germany (Schengen Countries), he/she will receive an official letter of invitation upon request.
a) Two contrasting movements from one of following Concertos of Classical period (piano reduction):
b) A single-movement Romantic virtuoso piece of choiceOnly original works for double bass and piano permitted.
Note: If the Tarantella by Reinhold Glière is chosen, the Glière 4 Pieces cannot be chosen for Round 3/C.
Johannes Sperger two contrasting movements from one of following Sonatas for Double Bass and Viola (or Piano)
Note: Candidates can perform with a viola répétiteur provided by the Competition or bring their own viola player. Alternatively, the sonata may be performed with piano. Both accompanying parts are included in the Urtext editions.
c) Toshio Hosokawa commissioned work for solo double bass The piece will be made available to candidates 6 weeks before the start of the competition.
a) one of the following pieces for Solo Double Bass
b) Johann Sebastian Bach from Suite Nr. 3 for Violoncello Solo, BWV 1009 (transcription)
Johannes (Matthias) Sperger Concerto for Double Bass and Orchestra
Both solo tuning and Viennese tuning are allowed. The final round must be performed by memory. In the case of doubt, the facsimile is valid. Original sheet music must be used – no photocopies are permitted. No posterior changes to the selected repertoire will be allowed.
I confirm the correctness of my information and I agree with the conditions of competition of the international J.M. Sperger competition.