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    I'm auditioning for PGdip in Music Performance on the flute in a couple of weeks and am having trouble choosing repertoire. I need a 15 minute programme. So far I have 8 minutes (Reinecke: Concerto in D Major). I have NO IDEA what to fill the remaining 7 minutes with. The audition requirement is:

    Postgraduate Woodwind candidates will be asked to present a varied programme of about 15 minutes’ duration which may be drawn from the concerto repertoire. Players of Orchestral Woodwind instruments should also prepare two contrasting orchestral excerpts.

    I've also already picked one of my orchestral excerpts, Prelude a l'apres midi d'un faune.

    Any suggestions for both my second programme piece and second orchestral excerpt would be really appreciated.

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    I'm going to move this to the Music forum to see if you get better replies there. This is quite a specialist area so you may not but I think it's worth a shot
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    Trying to think of something for this! The only thing that springs to mind is John Rutter's Suite Antique which isn't even a concerto :erm: Will have a think, but good luck!
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