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Instrumental Major
An instrumental major requires at least three pieces of different stylistic periods (one should be composed after 1920) that have to be presented and may reveal something about the ability of interpretation and about technical skills. The compositions mentioned below are no (!) compulsory pieces. They are only examples for the required degree of difficulty. For higher semesters more difficult works (in relation to the already passed time of study) shall be presented.


Piano
Bach: Italienisches Konzert, Mozart: Sonate C-Dur KV 330, Beethoven: Sonate op. 10,3, Schumann: Papillons, Brahms: Intermezzi, Ravel: Sonatine, Bartók: Mikrokosmos Heft 6, Webern: Variationen op. 27

Organ
Buxtehude: Präludium in g BuxWV 149, Bach: Präludium und Fuge G-Dur BWV 541, Sonate Nr. 4 e-Moll BWV 528, C. Frank: 2. Choral h-Moll, Hindemith: 1. Sonata,

Harpsichord
Frescobaldi: Toccata, Bach: Italian Concerto, Scarlatti: Sonata, Henze: Six Absences, Piano playing on the same level as piano major.

Harp
three works from different periods, for example Nadermann, Dussek, Andres, Händel, Etudes from Bochsa, Pozzoli, Dizzi

Guitar
Bach: movement from a Suite, Villa-Lobos: Preludes, Dowland: Dances, Etudes by Sor or Carassi

Violin
1rst movement of a Violin concerto, additionally 2 works or single movements (no etude) from 2 more epochs. Program duration at least 20 min

Viola
Stamitz: Concerto; Hoffmeister: Concerto; Bach: 2. or 3.Suite; Etudes by Kreutzer, Campagnoli, Rode

Violoncello
1rst movement of a Cello concerto, additionally 2 works or single movements (no etude) from 2 more epochs. Program duration at least 20 min

Double Bass
De Fesch, Dragonetti, Cappucci, Etudes by Hrabré or Storch

Flute
Händel: Sonate G-Dur, Stamitz: Concerto G-Dur, Hindemith: Eight Pieces

Oboe
One of the 12 Solo-Fantasies of Telemann (if possible by memory); 2 other works of own choice (no etude)  

Clarinet
Stamitz: Konzert: B-dur, Weber: Concertino or Concertos  

Saxophone
An original composition of the traditional saxophone repertoire (degree of difficulty comparable with P. Maurice, "Tableaux de Provence"), a composition with a contemporary musical language, a transcription of a Baroque piece.

Bassoon
Vivaldi: Konzert a-moll, J. Ch. Bach: Konzert Es-dur, Fasch: Sonate, Etudes from Milde or Weissenborn op. 8, Vol. 2.

French Horn
Mozart: Konzert Nr. 3; 2 etudes of different character

Trumpet
Haydn: Konzert; Hindemith: Sonata; 2 etudes of different character

Trombone
Paudert: Arie, Hindemith: Sonata, 2 etudes of different character

Timpani and Percussion

  • Etudes for 2-4 timpani, for example from Knauer, Krüger, Zegalski, Delecluse, Keune
  • Etudes for snare drum from Knauer, Krüger, Delecuse, Wagner or Keune 
  • Etudes for xylophone (for example Goldenberg) and/or 2 movements from a Bach Cello-Suite, Telemann: Fantasies for flute or violin (on Marimbaphone)
  • Solo piece for marimbaphone or vibraphone (4 mallets required)
  • All fields (timpani, snare drum and mallets) have to be covered)
  • For higher semesters, more difficult pieces, according to the duration of previous studies, are required (including Set-up pieces: for example from Xenakis, Volans, Globokar  etc.)

Piano as Minor (not for guitar players)
Presentation of two  piano pieces of moderate difficulty and different character

Musik Theory (written and practical)
Basic knowledge of the major-minor tonal system, knowledge in music forms and genres, playing of cadences on the piano.

Ear Training (written)
Perception of intervals, chords, rhythmic and harmonic sequences, music dication (one and two-voiced)