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美国音乐学院留学申请之新英格兰音乐学院The New England Conservatory-木管系

木管系

新英格兰音乐学院木管

Freedom to express yourself musically

作为NEC木管专业的学生,你将接受来自世界一流院校优秀专业老师的指导,并将于其他同样有天赋,富有激情的青年艺术家合作。演出机会众多,曲目繁多,独奏,室内乐,协奏曲演出,大师班,交响乐音乐会等。

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开设学位

Bachelor of Music

Master of Music

Artist Diploma in Opera

Graduate Diploma

DMA

现任木管教师

Richard Svoboda

Richard Svoboda

自1989年起成为波士顿交响乐团首席巴松演奏家,自2011年秋天担任NEC木管系主任,同时任教于Tanglewood Music Center。

John Ferrillo

John Ferrillo

波士顿交响乐团双簧管首席。之前是Metropolitan Opera Orchestra双簧管首席,旧金山交响乐团双簧管副首席。拥有柯蒂斯音乐学院演奏文凭,师从John DeLancie, Richard Woodhams, John Mack。曾任教于茱莉亚音乐学院,伊利诺尼州立大学。

等其他老师

面试要求

Flute

Prescreening Recordings (all Undergraduate and Graduate MM & GD):

Mozart – Exposition of 1st and 2nd movements of the Concerto in G or D Major.

Contrasting piece of the candidate’s choice.

Orchestral Excerpts (3 total):
A. Beethoven Leonore OvertureNo.3 – measures 328-360.
B. Brahms Symphony No.4, last movement – measures 93-105.
C. Mendelssohn Scherzo from Midsummer Nights Dream – 2 measures before P to the end.

Undergraduate Auditions:

One Etude.

Mozart Concerto in G or D Major – movements 1 and 2.

Major contemporary work (complete sonata, concerto, or substantial work such as Dutilleux Sonatine, Jolivet Chant de Linos, Martin Ballade, or Sancan Sonatine).

Three Orchestral Excerpts displaying a variety of styles.

Graduate Auditions:

Any sonata by J.S. Bach.

Mozart Concerto – complete.

Major contemporary work (complete sonata, concerto, or substantial work such as Dutilleux Sonatine, Jolivet Chant de Linos, Martin Ballade, or Sancan Sonatine).

Five Orchestral Excerpts displaying a variety of styles.

Oboe

Undergraduate prescreening and live audition:

One slow Ferling etude, and either a fast Ferling etude or a Barrett Grand Study.

One slow and one fast movement from either a Baroque or Classical concerto – applicant’s choice for additional repertoire.

Two contrasting orchestral excerpts.

Applicants invited for a live audition should expect to sight-read as part of the audition.

Graduate prescreening and live audition:

One slow Ferling etude, and either a fast Ferling etude or a Barrett Grand Study.

One slow and one fast movement from either a Baroque or Classical concerto – applicant’s choice for additional repertoire.

Four excerpts chosen from the following:
A. any Bach Cantata
B. Beethoven Symphony No.3
C. Brahms Symphony No.1
D. Debussy La Mer
E. Ravel Le Tombeau de Couperin
F. Rossini La Scala di Seta
G. Schumann Symphony No.2
H. Tchaikovsky Symphony No.4

Applicants invited for a live audition should expect to sight-read as part of the audition.

Clarinet

Prescreening Recordings (all Undergraduate and Graduate MM & GD):

One etude from Rose 32 Etudes

Mozart Concerto, K.622, first movement exposition with piano accompaniment

Beethoven Symphony No.6, second movement: from one bar before D through two bars before E (mm. 68 through 77)

Mendelssohn, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Scherzo): beginning to bar 48

Undergraduate Live Auditions:

Two Etudes from Rose 32 Etudes (Carl Fischer edition):
• One slow etude from the following: 1, 11, 13, 19, 21, or 31
• One fast etude from the following: 10, 16, 20, or 24
One of the following concertos:
• Mozart Concerto, K.622 (two contrasting movements)
• Weber Concerto No.1 (two contrasting movements)
• Weber Concerto No.2 (two contrasting movements)
• Debussy First Rhapsody (complete)
One 20th or 21st century unaccompanied solo, such as:
• Leslie Bassett Soliloquies (two contrasting movements)
• Donald Martino A Set for Clarinet (first movement)
• Olivier Messiaen Abyss of the Birds (complete)
• Miklos Rozsa Sonatina Op.27 (first movement)
• William O. Smith Five Pieces (two contrasting movements)
• Igor Stravinsky Three Pieces (complete)
• Heinrich Sutermeister Capriccio (complete)
All three of the following orchestral selections:
Beethoven Symphony No.6:
first movement: two bars before K to end of solo (mm. 474 to end of solo)
second movement: one bar before D through two bars before E (mm. 68 through 77)
Mendelssohn A Misummer Night’s Dream (Scherzo):
beginning to bar 48
Rimsky-Korsakov Capriccio Espagnol:
first movement: from A to B; and from C to the 15th bar after C

Graduate Live Auditions:

Two Etudes from Rose 32 Etudes (Carl Fischer edition):
• One slow etude from the following: 1, 11, 13, 19, 21, or 31
• One fast etude from the following: 10, 16, 20, or 24
One of the following solos in its entirety:
• Mozart Concerto, K.622
• Weber Concerto No.1
• Weber Concerto No.2
• Debussy First Rhapsody
• Nielsen Concerto
One 20th or 21st century unaccompanied solo in its entirety, such as:
• Leslie Bassett Soliloquies
• Luciano Berio Sequenza IX
• Elliott Carter Gra
• Libby Larsen Dancing Solo
• Donald Martino A Set for Clarinet
• Olivier Messiaen Abyss of the Birds
• Shulamit Ran For an Actor
• William O. Smith Five Pieces
• Igor Stravinsky Three Pieces
• Joan Tower Wings
All six of the following orchestral selections:
Beethoven Symphony No.6:
first movement: two bars before K to end of solo (mm. 474 to end of solo)
second movement: from one bar before D through two bars before E (mm. 68 through 77)
Kodaly Dances of Galanta:
measures 31 through 65
measures 571 through 578
Mendelssohn A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Scherzo):
beginning to bar 48
measures 145 to 157
Prokofiev Peter and the Wolf:
Cadenza
Ravel Daphnis and Chloe (Suite No.2):
second bar after 155 through three bars after 157
third bar after 212 to end
Rimsky-Korsakov Capriccio Espagnol:
first movement: from letter A to letter B
letter C to the 15th bar after letter C

Saxophone

Undergraduate prescreening and live audition:

Two of the following, or comparable works:

Creston Sonata, Op.19 (pub. Shawnee); 2 contrasting mvmts

Desenclos Prelude, Cadence et Finale (pub. Leduc)

Glazounov Concerto (pub. Leduc)

Ibert Concertino da Camera (pub. Leduc); 1 movement

Villa-Lobos Fantasia (pub. Peer-Southern); 2 contrasting mvmts

Graduate prescreening and live audition:

Ibert Concertino da Camera (pub. Leduc), or a comparable work
Choose one of the following (or a comparable work):
• Creston Sonata, Op.19 (pub. Shawnee); 2 contrasting mvmts
• Dahl Concerto (pub. European American Music); 2 contrasting mvmts
• Denisov Sonata (pub. Leduc); 2 contrasting mvmts
• Glazounov Concerto (pub. Leduc)
• Harbison Sonata “San Antonio” (pub. Schirmer-AMP); 2 contrasting mvmts
Two orchestral excerpts from The Orchestral Saxophonist, Vol.1 (pub. Roncorp). Suggested excerpts:
• Mussorgsky-Ravel Pictures at an Exhibition
• Prokofiev Lieutenant Kije
• Rachmaninov Symphonic Dances

Bassoon

Undergraduate:

Two contrasting movements from an 18th or 19th-century sonata, concerto, or unaccompanied piece, or two contrasting etudes from the Milde 50 Concert Studies (or a one-movement work in its entirety).

Two contrasting movements from a 20th-century or later sonata, concerto, or unaccompanied piece (or a one-movement work in its entirety).

Two orchestral excerpts of your choice.

Graduate:

Two contrasting movements from a Baroque or Classical sonata, concerto, or unaccompanied piece (or a one-movement work in its entirety).

Two contrasting movements from a Romantic or early 20th-century sonata, concerto, or unaccompanied piece (or a one-movement work in its entirety).

Two contrasting movements from a post-1950 sonata, concerto, or unaccompanied piece (or a one-movement work in its entirety).

Four orchestral excerpts of your choice.