November 5-12, 2014
Kemerovo

Repertoire requirements

Balalaika:

Preliminary round:

The preliminary round is based on recorded videos. The repertoire is optional and the number of compositions is not limited.
The total duration of the recorded shall not exceed 25 minutes.
Applicants may choose the same pieces for the Competition performance and for the admission.
Applicants may provide online link to recording and (or) send recording to the Organizing Committee address in any conventional format (DVD, USB, flash-drive, etc.).

First round:

  1. Transcription of works of the Western European composer XVII - XVIII century.
  2. Transposition of piece by XVII – XIX or first part of XX Centuries Russian composer.
  3. Arrangement of the folk melodies.
    The total duration shall not exceed 20 minutes.

Second round:

  1. Work of large form (Sonata, Suite, Concert, Fantasia, Variations).
  2. Virtuosic composition of the competitor’s choice
    The total duration shall not exceed 25 minutes.

Second round:

  1. Work of large form (Sonata, Suite, Concert, Fantasia, Variations).
  2. Virtuosic composition of the competitor’s choice
    The total duration shall not exceed 25 minutes.

Third round:

Performance with Russian Folk Instruments Orchestra.

  1. One composition of every the following group is to be performed:
    • A.Marchakovskiy. Concerto for balalaika with Russian Folk Instruments Orchestra №1.
    • Y.Shishakov. Concerto for balalaika with Russian Folk Instruments Orchestra.
    • S.Vasilenko. Concerto for balalaika with Symphony Orchestra (II and III parts).
  2. Folk melody arrangement:
    • N.Budashkin. Concert Variations on the Russian folk song “Vot mchitsja troyka pochtovaja”.
    • P.Kulikov. Concert Variations.
    • A.Shalov. An arrangement of Russian Folk Song “Vinyat menja v narode”.
    • V.Gorodovskaya. Concert Variations on the Russian folk song “Viydu li Ya na rechenku”

Domra:

Preliminary round:

The preliminary round is based on recorded videos. The repertoire is optional and the number of compositions is not limited.
The total duration of the recorded shall not exceed 25 minutes.
Applicants may choose the same pieces for the Competition performance and for the admission.
Applicants may provide online link to recording and (or) send recording to the Organizing Committee address in any conventional format (DVD, USB, flash-drive, etc.).

First round:

  1. Transposition of piece by XVII – XIX centuries Western European composer.
  2. Transposition of piece by XVII – XIX or first part of XX centuries Russian composer.
  3. Folk melody arrangement.
    The total duration shall not exceed 20 minutes.

Second round:

  1. Work of large form (Sonata, Suite, Concert, Fantasia, Variations).
  2. Virtuosic composition of the competitor’s choice.
    The total duration shall not exceed 25 minutes.

Third round:

Performance with Russian Folk Instruments Orchestra.
One composition of every the following group is to be performed:

  1. Concerto with orchestra (for 3-rd strings domra):
    • N.Budashkin. Concerto for domra with Russian Folk Instruments Orchestra
    • V.Pozidaev. Concerto for domra with Russian Folk Instruments Orchestra
    • I.Tamarin. Concerto for domra with Russian Folk Instruments Orchestra.
    • A.Tsygankov. Concerto-simphony for domra with Russian Folk Instruments Orchestra.
    Concerto with orchestra (for 4-th strings domra):
    • B.Miheev. Concerto for 4-th strings domra with Russian Folk Instruments Orchestra.
  2. An arrangement of folk melody:
    • V.Gorodovskaya. An arrangement of Russian Folk Song “Tchernobroviy – tchernookiy”.
    • V.Gorodovskaya. “Parafraz” on the Themes old russian romances.
    • Y.Shishakov. “Russian rhapsody”.
    • A.Tsygankov. “Chastushki”.

Accordion / Chromatic accordion:

Preliminary round:

The preliminary round is based on recorded videos. The repertoire is optional and the number of compositions is not limited.
The total duration of the recorded shall not exceed 25 minutes.
Applicants may choose the same pieces for the Competition performance and for the admission.
Applicants may provide online link to recording and (or) send recording to the Organizing Committee address in any conventional format (DVD, USB, flash-drive, etc.).

First round:

  1. J.S. Bach – Preludes and Fugues from Well Tempered Clavier.
  2. Sonata by J. Haydn or W.A. Mozart (I part or II, III parts).
  3. Virtuosic composition of the competitor’s choice
    The total duration shall not exceed 20 minutes.

Second round:

  1. One piece by composer – harpsichordist: D.Skarlatti, F.Couperin, J.F.Rameau.
  2. One piece composing for Accordion / Chromatic accordion before 1970 year.
  3. One piece composing for Accordion / Chromatic accordion after 1970 year.
    The total duration shall not exceed 25 minutes.

Third round:

Performance with Russian Folk Instruments Orchestra.
One composition of every the following group is to be performed:

  1. Concerto with orchestra:
    • E. Podgaits. “Viva voce”, Concerto №2 for accordion with chamber orchestra.
    • G.Shenderev. “Volga’s pictures”, Concerto for accordion with Russian Folk Instruments Orchestra.
  2. An arrangement of folk melody:
    • E.Derbenko. Concert Variations for accordion and Russian Folk Instruments Orchestra on Russian theme “Vijdu na ulitzu”.
    • V.Gridin. “Hungarian rhapsody”.
    • V.Gridin. “Echal kazak za Dunaj”.
    • A.Timoshenko. Fantasy for accordion with orchestra “Russkaja zabubennaja”.