Printer-friendly version Flute One of the following:◦ Two contrasting movements of a sonata by J.S. Bach◦ The first movement of a Mozart Concerto G major KV 313 ◦ The first movement of Mozart Concerto D major KV 314 A contrasting work of your choice from the standard flute repertoire (two contrasting movements if a multi-movement composition is chosen) Orchestral Excerpt: Debussy - Prelude a l’apres-midi d’un faun (the first 30 measures) Scales:◦ All major scales and arpeggios, minimum of two octaves◦ Three octave chromatic scale ◦ Minor scales are recommended, but not required Sight reading Repertoire questions? Email Prof. Angela Jones-Reus. Oboe Slow aria/cantata by J.S. Bach One movement of a sonata or concerto of your choice Fast etude by Ferling/Barret (performance majors only) Scales:◦ Major Scales, minimum of two octaves◦ Chromatic Scale, low Bb to High F Repertoire questions? Email Dr. Reid Messich. Bassoon One movement from a concerto or sonata of your choice One contrasting étude from the L. Milde Concert Studies or the J. Weissenborn 50 Advanced Studies Scales:◦ All major scales and arpeggios◦ Three octave chromatic scale beginning on Bb Sight-reading may be required Repertoire questions? Email Dr. Amy Pollard. Saxophone At least two movements of a multi-movement work from the standard saxophone literature, or a larger one movement work, such as Glazounov Concerto Two contrasting etudes, such as Ferling, Karg-Elert or Voxman All major scales, full range of the horn Sight-reading Repertoire questions? Email Dr. Connie Frigo. Clarinet Two contrasting solos/etudes: ◦ One demonstrating lyrical-expressive capabilities◦ One demonstrating technical skill Scales:◦ All major scales and arpeggios (from memory)◦ Chromatic scale Sight-reading (moderate difficulty) Repertoire questions? Email Dr. D. Ray McClellan. Admissions questions? Email Music Admissions.