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4th JEAN-MARIE LONDEIX INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION - LIVE BROADCASTING

1st PRIZE YO MATSUSHITA

 

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The First elimination round:
- Solo saxophone, maximum time: 20 minutes. Each competitor will present three works, two from list 1 and one from list 2:
List 1.
- Two of the 25 Capricen op. 153a (1929) by Sigfrid KARG-ELERT (1877-1933). Choice of saxophones at the discretion of the candidate based upon by the character of the Caprices chosen (Editions Zimmerman (www.zimmermann-frankfurt.de) ou Southern Music.
List 2.
- One of « 9 Études » for solo saxophone by Christian LAUBA (Alphonse Leduc Music Publications; or
- Hard too Hard (tenor saxophone) by Christian LAUBA (Alphonse Leduc Music Publications); or 
- Xyl–Balafon II- (alto saxophone) by Christian LAUBA (Alphonse Leduc Music Publications); or 
- Kabuki (soprano saxophone) by Christian LAUBA (Alphonse Leduc Music Publications); or 
- Arak (soprano saxophone) by Christian LAUBA (Resolute Music Publications); or 
- Partyta (soprano saxophone) by Christian LAUBA (Resolute Music Publications) or 
- Bumble Beebop (alto saxophone) by Christian LAUBA (Resolute Music Publications); or 
- Bebop (alto saxophone) by Christian LAUBA (Resolute Music Publications); or
- Flamenco (alto saxophone) by Christian LAUBA (Édition Resolute Music Publications); or 
- Steady study on the boogie (alto saxophone) by Christian LAUBA (Éditions Billaudot); or 
- Oxyton (baritone saxophone) by Christophe HAVEL (Éditions. P.J. Tonger-Germany); or 
- Strata (tenor saxophone) by Colin LABADIE (http://www.colinlabadie.com/strata.html); or 
- Discoïdal (tenor saxophone) Thierry ALLA (Resolute Music Publications). 

The Second elimination round:
with piano accompaniment (maximum time: 35 minutes) Each competitor will choose one piece from list 1 and one piece from list 2, two pieces in total.
List 1.
- Légende (version for alto saxophone and piano) by André CAPLET (Resolute Music Publications); or 
- Légende op. 66 (alto saxophone) by Florent SCHMITT (Édition Durand); or
- Sonate (alto saxophone, with Finale by JML), by Paul HINDEMITH (Édition Schott); or
-Prélude, Cadence et Final (alto saxophone) by Alfred DESENCLOS (Édition Leduc); or
-Sonate (alto saxophone) by Edison DENISOV (Édition Leduc); or 
-Chant Premier (tenor saxophone) by Marcel MIHALOVICI (Édition Heugel); or
-Music for tenor saxophone by William KARLINS (Southern). 
List 2.
- L'incandescence de la bruine (soprano saxophone) by Bruno MONTOVANI (Édition Lemoine) or 
- SPP (soprano saxophone) by Philippe LEROUX (Édition Billaudot); or
- Arabesque 3 (alto saxophone) by Ichiro NODAÏRA (Édition Lemoine); or
- Pénombre VI (alto saxophone) by Yoshihisa TAÏRA (Édition Transatlantiques); or
- Godba (alto saxophone) by Uros ROJKO (Édition Drustvo Slovenski; http://www.dss.si/); or 
- Silence for a disturbed yell (baritone saxophone) by François ROSSÉ (Édition Paquelet) (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).


Final round –with orchestra : 
- Maha Mantras – Concerto for saxophone (alto/soprano) and orchestra, by Narong PRANGCHAROEN (Theodore Presser:www.presser.com).

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