Repertory in the discipline piano

2002

1st round

a) Johann Sebastian Bach (1685–1750)
Two Inventions, BWV 772–786
and
Two Sinfonias, BWV 787–801

b) Johann Sebastian Bach
Two Preludes and Fugues, BWV 870–893
 

2nd round

a) Johann Sebastian Bach
An English Suite, BWV 806–811

b) Johann Sebastian Bach
A Partita, BWV 825–830
or
A Toccata, BWV 910–916
or
Chromatic Fantasia and Fugue D minor, BWV 903

c) Domenico Scarlatti (1685–1757)
One of the pairs of sonatas listed below:
K. 9/10, K. 258/53, K. 113/114, K. 124/125, K. 132/133, K. 140/141, K. 158/159, K. 204a/204b, K. 211/212, K. 232/233, K. 261/262, K. 296/297, K. 298/299, K. 302/303, K. 318/319, K. 380/381, K. 402/403, K. 404/405, K. 408/409, K. 416 /417, K. 422/423, K. 426/427, K. 460/461, K. 490/491, K. 513/514, K. 518/519

d) A piece by one of the composers listed below:
Max Reger, Paul Hindemith, Dmitri Schostakowitsch

Finale

a) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756–1791)
Concerto E flat major, KV 449
or
Concerto F major, KV 459

b) Johann Sebastian Bach
Italian Concerto F major, BWV 971
or
French Ouverture B minor, BWV 831

2006

1st round

a) Johann Sebastian Bach (1685–1750)
Two Inventions, BWV 772–786
and
Two Sinfonias, BWV 787–801

b) Johann Sebastian Bach
Two Preludes and Fugues, BWV 870–893

2nd round

a) Johann Sebastian Bach
An English Suite, BWV 806–811

b) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756–1791)
Sonata F major, KV 533/494
or
Sonata D major, KV 576

c) Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy (1809–1847)
A Prelude and Fugue, op. 35 No 1–6

Finale

a) Johann Sebastian Bach
A Partita, BWV 825–830

b) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Concerto E flat major, KV 271
or
Concerto C minor, KV 491

2010

1st round

a) Johann Sebastian Bach (1685–1750)
Two Inventions, BWV 772–786
and
Two Sinfonias, BWV 787–801

b) Johann Sebastian Bach
A Prelude and a Fugue, BWV 870–893

c) Dmitri Schostakowitsch (1906–1975)
A Prelude and a Fugue, op. 87 No 1–24

2nd round

a) Johann Sebastian Bach
Prélude, Gigue, Sarabande and another movement
from: English Suite, BWV 807–811

b) Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (1714–1788)
or
Wilhelm Friedemann Bach (1710–1784)
A Sonata of the candidate’s choice

c) Robert Schumann (1810–1856)
A piano piece of the candidate’s choice

Semifinal

Johann Sebastian Bach
A Partita, BWV 826–830
or
French Ouverture B minor, BWV 831

Final

Johann Sebastian Bach
Concerto A major, BWV 1055
or
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach
Concerto C minor, Wq 43 Nr. 4

2014

1. Runde

a) Johann Sebastian Bach (1685–1750)
Two Inventions, BWV 772–786
and
Two Sinfonias, BWV 787–801

b) Johann Sebastian Bach
A Prelude and Fugue from the folowing selection:
BWV 874, 877, 879, 882, 885, 890, 891

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (1714–1788)
A Prussian Sonata, Wq 48 No 1–3

2nd round

a) Johann Sebastian Bach
A French Suite, BWV 813–817
or
Suite A minor, BWV 818a
or
Suite E flat major, BWV 819a

b) Paul Hindemith (1895–1963)
Klaviermusik: Übung in drei Stücken, op. 37 Nr. 1
or
Four consecutive movements (from: Ludus tonalis)
or
Dmitri Schostakowitsch (1906–1975)
A Prelude and Fugue, op. 87 No 1–24

c) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756–1791)
Prelude and Fugue C major, KV 394
or
Sonata D major, KV 576

d) Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy (1809–1847)
A Prelude and Fugue, op. 35 No 1–6

Semifinal

a) Johann Sebastian Bach
A Partita, BWV 826–830
or
French Ouverture B minor, BWV 831

b) Johann Sebastian Bach
A Toccata, BWV 910–916

Finale

a) Johann Sebastian Bach
Chromatic Fantasia and Fugue D minor, BWV 903
or
Italian Concerto F major, BWV 971

b) Johann Sebastian Bach
Concerto D minor, BWV 1052
or
Concerto D major, BWV 1054
or
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach
Concerto D minor, Wq 17
or
Concerto B flat major, Wq 25

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