New Recorder Music 2016
- 1st prize
Mr. Karsadi Donny, Indonesia, 30 years
Silent prayer for alto recorder
- 2nd prize (ex-aequo)
Mr. Zafra Jacques, Mexico, 29 years
Mr. Arroyo Juan, Peru, 34 years
Aroa for amplified Paetzold recorder contrabass in C
- 3rd prize
Mr. Azizol Ainolnaim, Malaysia, 28 years
Nadi Bumi for amplified alto recorder
Admitted to the final competition:
- Mr. Jaccottet Guy-Baptiste, Switzerland, 18 years
Chanson dans le sang for bass recorder and organ
- Mr. Kesler Ivo, Romania, 15 ans
Milarepa for three tenor recorders
- Mr. Köhring Linus, Austria, 16 years
Sonnenaufgang in einer Cognac-Flasche for alto recorder and viola
for category B and prize winner concert
Saturday 24.09. 2016, 8pm
Eglise Saint-Laurent de Lausanne (Switzerland)
Distribution of the prizes by the jury.
Concert recorded by the radio RTS Espace2
OPTIONS for the score
Solo piece for recorder (also Paetzold recorder), intended to be played by a professional recorder player, amplification accepted, no other form of electronics permitted.
For composers of Category A only.
Duet for recorder and another instrument, without electronics
For composers of Categories A and B.
Recorder ensemble, without electronics.
For composers of Categories A and B
All the pieces except the solo piece are intended to be played by children and young adults from 8 to 18 years of age. Therefore the challenge for the composers who write a duet or a recorder ensemble is to adapt the technical difficulty to the level of young players without neglecting the artistic standard of the composition.
Contemporary musical language is to be preferred, in order to allow the interpreters to discover and familiarise themselves with today’s universe of new sounds.
- The winners also benefit from an professional recording of their piece.
- The jury will distribute the prizes after the winner’s concert which will take place the 24th. of September 2016 in Lausanne (Switzerland).
- The jury may divide or not award a prize.
Wolfram SCHURIG, Austria, President
Carola BAUCKHOLT, Germany
Nadir VASSENA, Switzerland
Conrad STEINMANN, Switzerland
Antonio POLITANO, Italy
The jury is free in its decision making. All the decisions of the jury are final and no appeal against them is possible.
The organier reserves the right to find replacement jury members as seen necessary.
REGISTRATION AND SUBMISSION
Competitors will send an envelope bearing a freely chosen 5-sign code. As the candidate must remain anonymous to the Jury, no name must be shown on the envelope.
The envelope must contain the following documents :
- Six scores, each one bearing the same 5-sign code, but no name
- A second envelope, sealed, bearing the 5-sign code, but no name.
This envelope will contain a brief biography, the sheet with personal information, two current photos and official proof of the candidate’s age (photocopy of passport or identity card)
All documents are to be sent by 01.02.2016 (date of postal stamp) to the following address :
Association Flauto Dolce Lausanne
Case postale 137
CH – 1073 Savigny
- CHF 50.- for composers of Category A
- CHF 30.- for composers of Category B
The fee must be paid by 01.02.2016 to the account :
Association Flauto Dolce Lausanne
CCP : 17-4777067-6
BIC : POFICHBEXXX
IBAN : CH86 0900 0000 1747 7067 6
Registration becomes effective only after receipt of the fee.
- Scores will not be returned.
- The organiser assumes no responsibility for loss or damage to scores.
- The prize-winning composition remains the full property of its author.
- By virtue of participating in the competition, each competitor accepts all the conditions of the competition.