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REPERTORIO / REPERTOIRE JMLISC

THE FIRST ELIMINATORY ROUND / PRIMERA RONDA ELIMINATORIA:
- Solo saxophone, maximum time: 20 minutes.
- Saxofón solo, duración máxima: 20 minutos.
Each competitor will present two works, one from each list:
Cada concursante presentará dos obras, una de cada lista:

1. A baroque or a classical composition written before the 20th century transcribed for solo saxophone (the choice of saxophone is at the discretion of the candidate).
1. Una transcripción de una obra barroca o clásica escrita antes del siglo XX para saxofón solo (la elección del saxofón es libre).

2. One of the / Una obra de:

- Neuf Études pour saxophone seul by Christian LAUBA (pub. Leduc)
- Hard too Hard (tenor saxophone) by Christian LAUBA (pub. Leduc)
- Etude N° 12 Xyl (Balafon 2) (alto saxophone) by Christian LAUBA (pub. Leduc)
- Work Song (alto saxophone) by Christian LAUBA (pub. Leduc)
- Hard (tenor saxophone) by Christian LAUBA (pub. Fuzeau)
- Oxyton (baritone saxophone) by Christophe HAVEL (pub. P.J. Tonger-Germany)
- Le Frêne Égaré (alto saxophone) by François ROSSÉ (pub. Billaudot)
- Digital (soprano saxophone) by Thierry ALLA (pub. Leduc)

THE SEMIFINAL ROUND / FASE SEMIFINAL:
- With piano accompaniment- maximum length:  30 minutes.
Two works to be chosen from among the following titles, one from each list:

- Con piano acompañante. Duración máxima: 30 minutos. Dos obras deben ser elegidas de las propuestas en la lista, una de cada lista:

LIST 1 / LISTA 1

- Two Elegies Framing a Shout (soprano saxophone) by Mark-Anthony TURNAGE (pub Schott)
- Légende op. 66 (alto saxophone) by Florent SCHMITT (pub. Durand)
- Sonate (with finale by JML.), by Paul HINDEMITH (pub. Schott)
- Études n° 8, 2, 10, 3 (alto saxophone) by Charles KOECHLIN (pub. Billaudot)

- Prélude, Cadence et Final (alto saxophone) by Alfred DESENCLOS (pub. Leduc)
- Sonate (alto saxophone) by Edison DENISOV (pub. Leduc)
- Zut! (Alto saxophone) by Andriy TALPASH (pub. AMP, (http://www.atalpash.ca/purchase.html)
- Music for Tenor Saxophone and Piano by M.William KARLINS (pub. Southern)
- Sonate (baritone saxophone) by Alain MARGONI (pub. Billaudot)

LIST 2 / LISTA 2

- L’Incandescence de la bruine (soprano saxophone) by Bruno MONTOVANI (pub. Lemoine)
- SPP (soprano saxophone) by Philippe LEROUX (pub. Billaudot)
- Bisonante (alto saxophone) by Manuel ANGULO (pub. Mundimusica-Madrid)
- Atoll II (alto saxophone), by Isao MATSUSHITA (pub. Lemoine)
- Arabesque 3 (alto saxophone) by Ichiro NODAÏRA (pub. Lemoine)
- Renewing the Myth (alto saxophone) by Marilyn SHRUDE (pub. Lemoine)
- Pénombre VI (alto saxophone) by Yoshihisa TAÏRA (pub. Transatlantiques)
- Manhattan-Rhapsody (tenor saxophone) by Denis LEVAILLANT (http://www.denislevaillant.net/english/chambre.php)
- Silence for a disturbed yell (baritone saxophone) by François ROSSÉ (pub. Fuzeau)

THE FINAL ROUND / LA FASE FINAL.

The Final round - with orchestra:  (choose one work) / Fase final con orquesta (eleir una obra de las propuestas).

- Concerto (22’) by Constantin MIEREANU for soprano saxophone and orchestra (pub. Salabert)
- Chant premier op. 103 (15’) by Marcel MIHALOVICI, for tenor saxophone and orchestra (pub. Heugel)
- Concertante (20’) by Marius CONSTANT, for alto saxophone and orchestra (pub. Riccordi)

The Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra (TPO), directed by one of their resident conductors, will accompany the final orchestral round.