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 -
Bozza, ENo 6 P 9 & No 7 P 1012 Études - Caprices for Saxophone (Leduc)
Karg-Elert, SSonata Atonal25 Capricen und Sonate for Solo Saxophone Op 153, Heft 1 (Zimmermann)
MatitiaThe Devil's Rag
Samyn, NNo 3, 5, 6, 7, or 89 Études Trascendantes (Billaudot)
Sitsky, L'Armenia'Suite Solo Alto Saxophone (Seesaw)
List B - for B flat tenor sax
Bach/HarleSonata in G minor(Universal)
Fiocco, J HConcerto(Schott)
Platti,GSonata in G for B Flat Saxophone and Piano
List B - for E flat alto sax
Handel/RascherSonata No 13(Elkan-Vogel)
Leclair, J MSonata in G minorAlto Saxophone & Piano, arr Garner (Southern)
Mayeur,LGrande Fantasie Brilliante sur Le Carnival de VeniseLeduc
List C - for B flat tenor sax
HartleySonata for Tenor Saxophone and PianoSouthern
Villa-Lobos, HFantasiaSoprano Saxophone (Southern)
List C - for E flat alto sax
Bozza, EConcertino(Leduc)
Feld, JSonate pour Alto Saxophone et Piano(Leduc)
Ibert, JConcertino da Camera(Leduc)
Milhaud, DScaramouche SuiteAlto Saxophone & Piano (Salabert)
Muczynski, RSonateAlto Saxophone & Piano (Schirmer)
List D - Own Selection - the choice of work should balance the entrant's programme

Musical Knowledge

Co-requisite Theory