Various - Adolphe Sax International Competition FLAC album
Genre: Classical music
Title: Adolphe Sax International Competition
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The Adolphe Sax International Competition is open to saxophonists of a high standard, of every nationality, who have not yet reached the age of 31 when the final of the competition takes place. Musically, it is overseen by a Musical Committee, chaired by Alain Crepin, composer and Saxophone Professor at the Royal Brussels Conservatory, and made up of saxophone teachers from Belgium's Royal Conservatories and Academies. The competition is made up of: - a video-based pre-selection; - a first round lasting a maximum of 20 minutes per candidate
The Adolphe Sax International Competition is for advanced saxophonists of any nationality. Its musical development is in the hands of a committee made up of saxophone teachers from Belgium's Royal Conservatories and academies. Since 2014, its rounds have been as follows: a preselection based on videos; a first round; a semi-final open to the 18 highest-ranked candidates; a final, to which are admitted the 6 highest-ranked candidates. In the first round and the semi-final, the candidates are accompanied on the piano; in the final, they are accompanied by a chamber orchestra. For each final, the International Adolphe Sax Association commissions a concerto from an eminent Belgian composer: Henri Pousseur (1994), Frédéric Devreese (1998), Frédéric van Rossum (2002), Piet Swerts (2006), and André Waignein (2010). tracklist: Disc 1: 01.
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6 Dinant Adolphe Sax Competition 2nd, 1998 Preliminary Round 1st Compulsory work. Prélude, Cadence et Final (alto), Alfred Desenclos 2nd Compulsory work chosen from the list. Klonos (alto), Piet Swerts A Tribute to the sax (alto), Alain Crepin Ballade, Jean Baily Dialogues, Jacqueline Fontyn Duel de Capricare (alto), Henri Pousseur Saxiana, Gaston Brenta Hommage à Sax, René Bernier. Semi Final Round 1st Compulsory work. Trilogie, Willy Bauweraerts 2nd work/s chosen from the following list. 17 Nova Gorica International Saxophone Competition 5th 2011 Category 1, born before or in 1991 Preliminary Round Required Work. Sonata (Pizzicato), Ivo Petriæ A work chosen from the following: - Sonata (alto) II and III, Paul Creston Rhapsody (alto), Claude Debussy Sonata (alto), Paul Hindemith Sonata, Op.
International Competition for Young performers dedicated to Wind Instruments In even years Flute, Bassoon, Trumpet, Trombone, i. losing date: 12 Nov 2019. 1958 Selmer Mark VI Alto Sax. Stolen: 25 Mar 1978 - Amsterdam.
Belgian Adolphe Sax invented a number of musical instruments, though none has had quite the impact of the saxophone. When a listener to PRI's The World asked us to dive into Sax's story, Clark Boyd took the challenge. It celebrates the fact that 201 years ago, Adolphe Sax was born in Belgium. And that reminded us of Clark Boyd's appreciation of the "dangerous Belgian" who lent his name to the saxophone, among other musical instruments.
|1-1||–Henri Pousseur, Vincent David||Caprices de Saxicare|
|1-2||–Frederik Devreese, Otis Murphy||Ostinati|
|1-3||–Frédéric Van Rossum, Hiroshi Hara||Pathetic Story|
|1-4||–Piet Swerts, Serguey Kolesov||Kotekan|
|2-1||–Frank Martin, Simon Diricq||Ballade|
|2-2||–Alexander Glazunov, Nikita Zimin||Concerto|
|2-3||–Pierre-Max Dubois, Alexandre Souillart||Concerto|
|2-4||–André Waignein, Simon Diricq||Rhapsody|
|3-1||–Frank Martin, Joonatan Rautio||Ballade|
|3-2||–Pierre-Max Dubois, Miha Rogina||Concerto|
|3-3||–Alexander Glazunov, Evgeny Novikov||Concerto|
|3-4||–André Waignein, Nikita Zimin||Rhapsody|
|DVD||–Various||5th Adolphe Sax International Competiton - 2010|