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Audition and AdmissionRequirements 2020-2021Audition Information

All questions about auditions should be directed to Department of Music Chair Dr. Patrick Evans [email protected] are required for all students who plan to major or minor in music at UAB. Because of theCOVID-19 pandemic, we will not be hosting on-campus auditions for Fall 21 admission. All auditionswill be submitted by sending a link to an unedited video recording of the student performing theappropriate pieces to [email protected] are three audition deadlines, by which the student must complete the online audition form, emaillinks to the audition video, and, if auditioning for the Music Technology Program, complete the onlineMusic Technology Questionnaire, and complete an online music theory placement exam.For Scholarship Consideration:February 15, 2021March 7, 2021March 21, 2021After March 21, students may still audition, but there is no guarantee of scholarship consideration, soearly auditions are encouraged.It is essential that the student seeking an audition must apply and be admitted academically to UAB.No scholarship offer can be made until a student is academically admitted.Students who do not wish to be a music major or minor, but are interested in auditioning for band orchoral ensembles and scholarship opportunities should email Director of Bands Dr. Sean [email protected] or Director of Choral Activities Dr. Brian Kittredge at [email protected] to set up anon-major/minor band or choral audition.After the audition, students auditioning to be a music major will be informed of one of three outcomes:1) Admission is granted and they may enroll as a Music Major;2) Admission is conditional, in which case they are admitted as a Pre-Music majorand have one year to gain full admission as a Music Major;3) Admission is denied.In the case of number 2 above, students must re-audition in order to gain full admission as a MusicMajor. In the event they are not accepted, they will be advised to seek another major within theUniversity. Students auditioning for admission as a Music Minor will either be fully admitted or denied.Once fully or conditionally admitted to the Department of Music, students will work closely with a musicfaculty advisor who will monitor their progress and advise in the selection of appropriate courses.Admission to UAB does not guarantee admission to the Department of Music.The following pages list the specific requirements for auditioning on each instrument. Students wishingto major in music should use the listed repertoire as a guide; standard works of comparable quality areacceptable. Students wishing to minor in music will be expected to prepare the same technical material,but need only prepare one repertoire piece.

ScholarshipsThere are two types of Music scholarships at UAB: Music Major/Minorscholarships and Ensemble scholarships. All students auditioning to beaccepted as a Music Major or Minor are automatically eligible for allavailable scholarships. No additional audition is required. Ensemblescholarships are awarded to students in any major for participation inbands or choirs, and auditions for these are held throughout the year.

Audition InformationMusic Technology, Guitar, Piano, VoiceAll works listed are only suggested pieces. Any standard work of comparable quality is acceptable.Music Technology:At UAB, Music Technology is a concentration within the BA in Music degree program. This program isfor musicians who wish to add advanced technology to their musical skills. For the required audition,perform two short works which represent your abilities on your major instrument. One of the worksmust be classical; the other may be in any style.To be considered for music technology scholarships, please add the following materials to yourapplication and resume:1) A paragraph describing any previous experience in music technology2) A paragraph describing goals in the area of music technology3) If available, a CD recording of examples of your work to dateAll music technology materials must be received no later than the application deadline.Guitar:Scales - major and minor keys - two or three octavesKnowledge of basic chords and bar chords (M, m, 7, m7)One piece in the genre of your strongest playing – jazz,classical, pop, rock, gospelOne fingered classical pieceSightreadingBass Guitar:Scales - all keys two octavesSightreadingTwo contrasting pieces that show your best playingPiano:Two contrasting classical pieces by memoryAll major and minor scales - 4 octaves hands togetherSight readingVoice:Two contrasting classical vocal selections (art song or aria)in the original language. One music theatre selection could be substituted.All selections must be memorized.Vocalize to determine vocal range.Sight reading

Audition InformationWoodwindsThe instrumentalist should prepare one or two etudes, one solo work, and all major and minor scaleswith tonic arpeggios. Scales and arpeggios are to be played two octaves when practical, or threeoctaves when appropriate.All works listed are only suggested pieces. Any standard work of comparable quality is ally: Melodious and Progressive Etudes, Book IMary Karen Clardy: Flute Etudes BookA sonata for flute and piano by Bach or HandelMozart: Concerto in G MajorChaminade: ConcertinoDebussy: SyrinxAny flute composition by a French composer edited by Louis MoyseTwo of the 40 Progressive Melodies from the Barret Method book orTwo studies from Ferling 48 Studies, Op. 31Two contrasting movements from a sonata or concerto by Marcello, Cimarosa, Handel,Vivaldi, Telemann, Albinoni, or Mozart; or a work of comparable los:Saxophone:Etudes:Fehrling - 48 Famous Studies for OboeThe Universal Method for SaxophoneSolos:Bozza - AriaHandel - Sonata No. 3Eccles - SonataCreston - SonataWeissenborn - Method for BassoonMilde - Concert Studies, Vol. I and IIMozart - Concerto in Bb, K. 191Weber - Concerto in F, Op. 75Vivaldi - Concerto in D MinorRose - 32 Studies for ClarinetCavallini - 30 Caprices for ClarinetKlose - Method for ClarinetWeber - ConcertinoMozart - Concerto in A Major, K. 622Saint-Saëns - Sonata for Clarinet and Piano

Audition InformationBrassThe instrumentalist should prepare one or two etudes, one solo work, and all major and minor scaleswith tonic arpeggios. Scales and arpeggios are to be played two octaves when practical or threeoctaves when appropriate.All works listed are only suggested pieces. Any standard work of comparable quality is Kopprasch - 60 Selected StudiesPottag-Andraud - Selected Melodious, Progressive and Technical StudiesGallay - 22 Studies or 24 StudiesVoxman - Concert and Contest CollectionSaint-Saëns - RomanceBeethoven - Little RondoTrombone (Tenor):Etudes:Rochut - Melodious EtudesTyrell - 40 Progressive StudiesVoxman - Selected Studies for TromboneSolos:Barat - Andante and AllegroDavid - ConcertinoOstrander - Concert AlbumEuphonium:Etudes:Solos:Tuba:Etudes:Solos:Any vocalise etude by Giuseppe Concone(Sawyer or Korak editions)Voxman - Selected EtudesArban - 14 Characteristic StudiesBrandt - 34 StudiesBalay - Petite Piece ConcertanteCorelli - Sonata VIIIGoeyens - All AnticaGoedicke - Concert Etude(Bass):Etudes:Solos:Rochut - Melodious Etudes (any etude in book 1)Arban - Characteristic Studies (any of the 14 etudes)Guilmant-Morceau - SymphoniqueBarat - Introduction and DanseBarat - Andante et AllegroGalliard - Sonata No. 1Uber - 25 Early Studies or Concert EtudesPaudert -18 EtudesBrahms/Little - Five SongsMarcello/Little - Sonata No. I or Sonata No. VCapuzzi - Andante and Rondo; Perantoni - Master SolosRochut - Melodious EtudesAlso see listings for TubaBozza - Allegro and FinaleLebedey - ConcertoLieb - Concertino Basso

Audition InformationStrings, PercussionAll works listed are only suggested pieces. Any standard work of comparable quality is acceptable.Violin:All major and minor scales in three octavesTwo contrasting works on a comparable level to the following:Etudes:Any etude by Dont or KreutzerSolos:Any concerto movement by Bach, Haydn, or MozartViola:All major and minor scales in three octavesTwo contrasting works on a comparable level to the following:Etudes:Any etude by Mazas, Kreutzer or CampagnoliSolos:Bach - Cello SuiteTelemann - ConcertoCello: All major and minor scales and arpeggios in three octavesEtudes:Duport - 21 EtudesFranchomme - Six CapricesSolos:Bach - Six Suites for unaccompanied celloBoccherini/Gruetzmacher - Concerto in Bb majorSaint-Saëns - Concerto in A minor, Op. 33Bass:Solos:One octave scales - bowedSightreadingBach - Solo Cello Suite # 1 (Prelude)Saint-Saëns - Carnival of the Animals (The Elephant)Percussion: All potential majors must demonstrate proficiency in at least one of the following areas foradmission and at least two areas for scholarship consideration: General Percussion, Keyboard Percussion, orTimpani. Students should be prepared to sightread on snare drum and mallets.General Percussion:Any concert snare drum etude from a published collection by Cirone, Delecluse, Peters,Goldenberg, or FirthAny published multiple percussion soloDemonstrate knowledge of snare drum rudimentsKeyboard Percussion:Any published two or four mallet solo or etudeAll major scales and arpeggios one octaveTimpani:Any published solo or etudeTuning: Perfect fourth, Perfect fifth, Major thirdProficiency on drum set may be included as well. Please demonstratetimekeeping and fills in several different styles (i.e. rock, funk, mediumtempo swing, fast swing, and/or Latin-type grooves).Placement auditions for the UAB Drumline will be held on Saturday May 5 and Friday June 8, 2018.For more information and further details, visit www.uabpercussion.org

Music EnsemblesMarching BlazersDr. Sean Murray, Director of BandsAudition required.Contact 205-975-2263 or [email protected] Choir and Chamber SingersDr. Brian Kittredge, DirectorAudition required.Contact 205-975-2599 or [email protected] ChoirDr. Reginald Jackson, DirectorContact 205-934-6155 or [email protected] BandDr. Gene Fambrough,DirectorAudition required.Contact 205-975-5823or [email protected] OperaDr. Kristine Hurst-Wajszczuk, DirectorAudition required.Contact 205-934-8906 or [email protected] EnsemblesMs. Maria Bitran, Director (Spring terms)Contact 205-934-7376 or [email protected] Symphony and Symphony BandDr. Sean Murray, Director of BandsAudition required.Contact 205-975-2263 or [email protected] Ensemble andSteel Drum BandDr. Gene Fambrough, DirectorAudition required.Contact 205-975-5823 or [email protected] Ensemble and Jazz CombosDr. Steve Roberts, DirectorAudition required.Contact 205-934-6154 or [email protected] EnsemblesDr. James Zingara, CoordinatorAudition required.Contact 205-934-2265 or [email protected] EnsemblesDr. Denise Gainey, CoordinatorAudition required.Contact 205-975-0558 or [email protected] Carlos Pino, Director (Fall terms)Contact 205-934-7376 or [email protected] EnsembleMrs. Tatiana Kasman, DirectorAudition required.Contact 205-934-8942 or [email protected] Music EnsembleMr. Matthew Bryant, DirectorContact 205-934-7376 or [email protected]