- 63rd Coupe Mondiale, 2010
is no limit of numbers of candidates from each country.
up to 32 years of age are allowed to enter the competition - year
of birth, born 1978 or later. All entrants are required to provide
proof of age and nationality (Passport) when they register at the
full eligibility, please see General
Information and Conditions
your convenience all entries will be processed on-line.
- Entries Close:
10 September, 2010 - Entries are now closed, thank you.
Program - Coupe Mondiale, 2010
- INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION
FOR ACCORDION SOLOISTS (COUPE MONDIALE) 2010. There will be three
|Round I - Test Round
The candidate must perform the 2010 Test
Round including the following three (3) pieces:
- Any Baroque work.
- Own Choice Program: The candidate must
select a program consisting of two (2) pieces, one piece to be of
a slower, lyrical style* and the other piece to be of a technical
virtuosic style**. At least one (1) of these Own Choice pieces
must be an original work for accordion.
* Examples of the slower, lyrical style: Kalina
Krasnaia by Semionov, Romance by Angelis, Vocalise by Rachmaninov,
Aria by Bach etc...
** Examples of the technical virtuosic style:
Caprice by Paganini, a fast Sonata by Scarlatti, Finale of 1st Sonata
by Kusjakov etc...
- Individual movements from cyclic works
are acceptable. Playing time for Round I: maximum 20 minutes. Failure
to observe maximum playing time will result in a mark penalty.
Round I music must be played in one sitting
and may be played in any order. Candidates will be judged equally on
each of the three parts of Round I.
|Round II - Complete
complete original work for the accordion.
|Round III - Own Choice
Own Choice program consisting of three (3) or more pieces of different
style and character.
time: minimum 20 minutes to maximum 30 minutes. Failure to observe
minimum or maximum playing time will result in a mark penalty.
and Awards - Coupe Mondiale, 2010
- 1st Prize: 1000
- 2nd Prize: 500
- 3rd Prize: 250
- Prize money
kindly sponsored by both the Zagreb Bank and the Roland Corporation
candidates will receive a Diploma of Participation.
member associations are requested to offer concerts or a tour for
the 1st Prize Winners.
winners must be present in person at the Awards Ceremony in appropriate
attire suitable for press coverage and publicity appearances. In case
of absence, the prize may be accepted by a delegate of their country
or the Diplomas will be mailed by the Secretariat.