Repertoire plan

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Here’s what I’m going to be working on over the coming weeks (detailed practise schedule to follow…!), in preparation for several auditions (live and tape) – the Atlantic Music Festival, Lucerne Festival Academy, and Young Performer’s Awards – and performances in early 2013. I’ve divided up my repertoire below based on Gerald Klickstein’s Practise Sheet from his book The Musician’s Way (with a bonus “Future” section so I can look ahead a bit).

New Material
Solo
Brian Ferneyhough // Cassandra’s Dream Song / 1970
Luciano Berio // Sequenza / 1958 (I did actually play it 4 years ago, but will need to completely rework my interpretation from this point…)
Bruno Maderna // Honeyrêves / 1961
Liam Flenady // Sketches 3 / 2012
Orchestral and other excerpts: flute + piccolo (Lucerne; QSO audition?? … some of these won’t be at all “new”)
Ensemble
Liza Lim // Diabolical Birds / 1990
Luciano Berio / O King / 1968

Future
Solo
Elliott Carter / Scrivo in vento / 1991
Salvatore Sciarrino / Canzona di ringraziamento / 1984
Ensemble
Lu Wang // From Distant Plains II / 2009
Kenji Sakai // Rituel/Fractal / 2005 (?)
Elliott Carter // Triple Duo / 1983
Elliott Carter // Enchanted Preludes / 1988
Elliott Carter // Flute Concerto / 2008

Developing Material
Solo – continuing
Liam Flenady // Sketches 1-2 / 2012
Philippe Hurel // Loops I / 2000
Brett Dean // Demons / 2004
Solo – revisiting
Telemann Fantasias 7, 8 & 12?…
Brahms F minor sonata (clarinet, op.120)
Eugène Bozza // Agrestide / 1943
Beat Furrer // Presto con fuoco / 1997

Performance Material
Solo
Toru Takemitsu // Voice / 1971
Ensemble

Pierre Boulez // Derive I / 1984

Technique
Trevor Wye // Complete Daily Exercises, Practise Books for Flute, etc.
Sigfrid Karg-Elert // Thirty Studies, op.107 (memorise as you go through!)
Robert Dick // Flying Lessons (memorise as you go through!)

Musicianship
Refinement of Rhythm, book II
Modus Novus + other listening
Sightreading duets w/ Alethea // Telemann, CPE Bach, Hindemith, Bartók
Improvisation…!

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