Diploma LMUSNZ


Entrants may choose alternatives to those listed below, but must submit their alternative programme for approval prior to entry. The entrant will select a programme of four pieces. One should be unaccompanied and three others contrasting in style and era, with a playing time of between 30 - 45 minutes. If the works have an accompaniment written for them, entrants must use an accompanist. The chosen repertoire must reflect sufficient technical/musical challenges to fulfil the criteria for Level Seven.
List A
Jeanjean, PNo 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51,52,53 54,55, 56, 57, 58, 59 or 60,any oneEtudes Progressives et Melodiques Book 3 (Leduc)
UHLNo 44, 45, 46, 47, or 48, any one48 Etüden for Klarinette Vol 2 (Schott)
List B
Brahms, JSonata Op 120 No 1 in F minor Complete
Brahms, JSonata Op 120 No 2 in Eb Complete
CrussellConcerto in F minor Op 5(Sikorski)
MozartConcerto K622, must be played on A clarinet
RossiniIntroduction, Theme & Variationsarr J Michaels (Sikorski)
Spohr, LConcerto in E flat, Op 57 No 2
Spohr, LConcerto No 4 in E minorFor Clarinet in A
WeberGrand duo concertant Op 48(Peters)
List C
Berg, AVierstücke Op 5(Universal)
Copeland, AConcerto(Boosey & Hawkes)
Finzi, GConcerto(Boosey & Hawkes)
List D
ArnoldClarinet Concerto No 2
Gould, MortonDerivations
MilhaudDuo Concertante(Heugel)
MuczynskiTime Pieces(Presser)
TakacsEssays in Sound

Musical Knowledge

Co-requisite Theory