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Recorder Advanced Repertoire

DESCANT/TENOR

Albinoni

Concerto in A minor [complete or any 2 contrasting mvts]

Amadeus BP790

Greg L, arr.

Any dances from 'Medieval Dance Collection'

Hawthorn

Babell, W

Concerto in C major [complete or any 2 contrasting mvts]

Hargail H128

Bach, J S

Adagio, or Adagio and Menuett from 'Sonata in C major', BWV 1033 from Spielbuch 3

Ricordi

Bassano, G

Ricercata Quarta from Spielbuch 3

Ricordi

Bergmann

Sonata

Schott ED 10934

Caldini, F

1st Mvt from Sonatina for Descant Recorder and piano, Op.99/B

Caldini

Debussy

Syrinx

Dolce

Fortin, V

Madly, No. IX or Il Flauto Latino, No. X from Top Fourteen

Doblinger  

Genzmer

Any movement/s from 'Klänge der Nacht'

Schott ED OFB 193

Krahmer, E

Any of 12 Divertimenti

Carus-Verlag

Marini

Romanesca from Easy Music of Monteverdi's Time, vol.2

Dolce Dol 113

Marini

Sonata Decima from Easy Music of Monteverdi's Time, vol.2

Dolce Dol 113

Maute, M

Any Fantasia from 6 Fantasias

Carus-Verlag CV11

Maute, M

Sonata for solo recorder from Spielbuch 3 [how many mvts?]

Ricordi

Monteclaire arr Robinson

Deuxieme Concert

Dolce

Notari, A

Canzona

Nova

Rose, P

Street Musician from Spielbuch 3

Ricordi

Sammartini, G

Sonata in G major Op.2, No.1

Peacock

Telemann

Partita No.5

HM 47

Teschner

Hibum - Sorza - Wanz

Moeck 1563

Van Eyck

O Slaep, o zoete slaep, No.70 -OR- Kit's Almande, No.77 -OR- Prins Robberts Masco, No.79 (From der Fluyten Lust vol. 2)

XYZ 2

Walter, H

Variations on a Theme by Handel

Schott OFB 131

 

 

 

 

 

 

TREBLE/SOPRANINO/BASS

Bach, C P E arr. Robinson

Sonata in F after Trio Sonata H588/9

Peacock

Bach, J S

Sonata in F major, BWV 1033

Moeck 2542

Bach, J S arr. Robinson

Concerto in F major, after BWV 1055

Peacock PAR 001

Baston, J

Concerto No.1 in G major

Schott OFB 1042-01

Bergmann, W

Sonata

Schott ED 11240

Danican Philidor, A

Sonata in d minor

Bärenreiter HM 139

Ellis, D

Fred's Blue Ginger Staircase Music

Peacock PJT 021

Genzmer

Any movement/s from 'Klänge der Nacht'

Schott OFB 193

Golland, J

Any 2 movements from Divertissement

Forsyth

Graupner, C

Concerto in F major

Schott ED 3651

Gregson, E

La Danse, no.3 from 3 Matisse Impressions [set for LT?]

Forsyth

Handel

Sonata No.3 in C major HWV365,

Any reliable edition 

Handel

Any Sonata, HWV 327 -OR- HWV 373 from Two Sonatas

Amadeus BP 946

Jacob, G

Any of 3, 4 or 7 from ‘Suite’

Peacock PD05

Linde, H M

Any Fantasia from '5 Fantasias for Treble and piano'

Schott ED 160

Linde, H M

Märchen

Schott OFB 154

Linde, H M

Any piece or pieces from '3 Jazzy Tunes'

Schott OFB177

Linde, H M

Music for a Bird

Schott OFB 48

Maute, arr.

It's Summertime

Carus

Milford, R

Sonatina in F

OUP

Murrill, H

Sonata

Schott

Ridout, A

Concerto, complete -OR- two contrasting movements

Emerson

Rose, P

This and That

Carus 11.608

Sammartini

Sonata in G major, Sibley 24

Faber/Peacock

Sammartini

Sonata in G minor, Sibley13

Faber/Peacock

Scultze, J C

Concerto in G major, complete -OR- two contrasting movements

Schott OFB 93

Seiber, I

Any Sonata from Six Sonatas for treble

Amadeus BP 160

Telemann

Suite in A minor Overture plus all mvts OR a selection]

Schott [or any reliable edition]

Telemann

Sonata in F minor TWV41:F1

Bärenreiter HM 6

Telemann

Sonatina in C minor

Schott OFB 181

Telemann

Sonata in D minor TWV 41:d2 from Essercizii Musici from Two Sonatas

Peters

Telemann arr. Robinson

Sonata after Trio Sonata in G minor TWV :g9

Peacock

Vivaldi

Concerto Op. 10 No. 3, Il Gardellino

Peacock

 

VARIOUS/MULTIPLE*

Adams, P (arr.)

Any of Extraordinary Encores

Dolce DOL 119

Fortin

Joy -Stuck, No.VI -OR- Tempo Unlimited, No.VII from Top Fourteen

Doblinger 18.005

Fortin

Beat a Bit, No.1 from Top Fourteen

 

Hand, C

Any of 5 Caprices

Forsyth 

 * Please note:  the Ball Concerto has been removed due to the fact that a piano reduction of the accompaniment is not available.

Format

At Advanced level, the programme of works performed must be between 25 and 30 minutes 

This time limit refers to the total duration of all the pieces performed, including breaks between movements but does not include:

  • arrival/departure time
  • setting up
  • tuning
  • breaks or pauses between items.

Permitted repertoire

While more than one item must be presented, the total number of works is not prescribed.

A list of indicative repertoire is provided below, and the entire programme may be selected from this list.

Alternatively, up to one third of the time available (10 minutes) may be taken up by one or more pieces of the candidate's own choice.  These may be taken from any source, including current or past grade syllabuses of any board. A candidate's own composition(s) may also be included in this allowance if wished.  

All own-choice repertoire must be of a similar level of technical and musical demand as the pieces on the list, and should agree with the guidelines for selection of repertoire listed in the syllabus.

Note that there will be no facility for pre-approval of any own-choice repertoire, either by Trinity's London Office or by individual examiners. Candidates are strongly advised to refer to the lists of indicative repertoire and the descriptors when selecting own-choice music.

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