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Bram Heemskerk

Standard violincompetition in Argentinia+ Stravinsky vc score

October 28, 2009 at 1:55 PM

Again a violincompetition till 27 year with Paganini, Ysaye and Bach in first 2 rounds and well known pieces in the final:

-Bartók: Violin Concerto No.1+2
-Beethoven: D major, Op. 61
-Brahms: D major, Op. 77
-Prokofiev: D major, op. 19+ Tsigane Ravel
-Prokofiev: G minor, op. 63

-Paganini 1
-Schostakovich: A minor, op. 99
-Sibelius: D minor, op. 47
-Tchaikovsky: D major, op. 35

In Hannover they could choose:  http://www.violin-competi...m_service/repertoire.html
Final Round, 6 Competitors 8-9 October
One of the following concertos for violin and orchestra:
-Bartók: Violin Concerto No. 2
-Beethoven: D major, Op. 61
-Brahms: D major, Op. 77
-Bruch: G minor, Op. 26
-Dvorák: A minor, Op. 53
-Lalo: Symphonie espagnole, Op. 21
-Mendelssohn: E minor, op. 64
-Prokofiev: D major, op. 19
-Prokofiev: G minor, op. 63
-Schostakovich: A minor, op. 99
-Schumann: D minor (1853)
-Sibelius: D minor, op. 47
avinsky: D major (1931)
-Tchaikovsky: D major, op. 35

Ok most young violinists do not have enough time to study rarities, but why is there no competition till 40 years where people can choose to play non standard repertoire?, like:

BRUCH , Max (1838-1920) violinconcerto 2 or 3 or Scottish Fantasy
COLERIDGE-TAYLOR, Samuel (1875-1912)
CONUS (Konyus), Jules (Yuli) (1869-1942)
DOHNANYI, Ernst von violinconcerto 1,2 (1877-1960)
ERNST, Heinrich Wilhelm (1814-1865)
GODARD, Benjamin violinconcerto 1,2 (1849-1895)
GOLDMARK, Karl 1 (1830-1915)
HUBAY, Jeno violinconcerto 3 (1858-1937)
JOACHIM, JOSEPH violinconcerto 1,2,3 (1831-1907) (Suyoen Kim 2006-Hannoverwinner recorded the 1th and 2th for Naxos)
KARLOWICZ, Mieczyslaw (1876-1909)
LALO, Edouard (violin)Concerto Russe op.29 (1823-1892)
LIPINSKI, Karol violinconcerto 2 (1790-1861)
PAGANINI, Niccolo violinconcerto 3,4,5,6 (1782-1840)
SPOHR, Louis violinconcerto 8 (1784-1859) (Ulf Hoelscher from the jury played them all)
VIEUXTEMPS, Henry violinconcerto 1,2,3,6,7 (1820-1881)
VIOTTI, G.I. violinconcerto 22 (Antje Weithaas, 1991-Hannoverwinner played this piece in the Netherlands)
Of course noone played Stravinsky in the final (too rare, so let the candidates choose between only rarities) in Hannover so here the score:

 

 

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