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Video: Junior Coupe Mondiale Round I
06 September 2017

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Candidates Program
  • There will be two (2) rounds and only three (3) pieces are allowed to be performed in the first round, and a minimum of two (2) pieces to be performed in the second round. Please check below for details. 
Round I - Program
  • Any Baroque work. (Repeats in Baroque compositions are not required.)
  • 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.
  • A minimum of two (2) different Composers
  • Single movements from cyclic works are acceptable, however a maximum of one movement of any cyclic work shall be selected. Playing time for Round I: maximum of 15 minutes.
    Round I music must be played in one sitting and may be played in any order.
Round II - Own Choice Program
  • OWN CHOICE PROGRAM: Minimum of two (2) pieces must be played of which one must be an original work for accordion. Single movements from cyclic works are acceptable.
  • Playing time: maximum 15 minutes playing time.


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The names of the contestants and the program will be added to the page after the
draw for playing order Tuesday 5th September.

 

 
Contestant No. 1 Pagliari, Alessandro (Italy)
Program for this round:
Round I
J. S. Bach, III Movement, Italian Concert
Glinka-Balakirev, The Larck
V. Solorarev, Rondo Capriccioso

 
The card in the video camera caused a malfunction with the video camera
that would not reset quickly. We thank Prof. Alexander Dmitriev for his video.
Contestant No. 2 Kowalska, Natalia (Poland)
Program for this round:
Round I
Sonata D Minor K141, D.Scarlatti
Sonata No.1, W.Zolotariow
Dreams (reverie), A.Borodin

 
Contestant No. 3 Alevetdinov, Robert (Russia)
Program for this round:
Round I
J.S. Bach, Prelude And Fugue D Moll Wtc Ii
F. Angelis, Romance
O. Novacek, Perpetuum Mobile

 
Contestant No. 4 Wang, Jingyang (China)
Program for this round:
Round I
J.S.Bach, Prelude And Fugue In B Major BWWV892
Petri Makkonen, Like Swans
Ole Schmidt, Toccata Nr. 2

 
Contestant No. 5 Riabkov, Pavel (Russia)
Program for this round:
Round I
D. Scarlatti, Sonata In D Minor, K141
S. Voitenko, Revalation
A. Na Yun Kin, Barynya

 
Contestant No. 6 Kochovski, Petar (Macedonia)
Program for this round:
Round I
D. Scarlatti, Sonata B-Dur K202
V. Semyonov, Kalina Krasnaya
A. Repnikov, Capriccio

 
Contestant No. 7 Sukhorebrik, Victor (Russia)
Program for this round:
Round I
D.Scarlatti, Sonata C-Dur K.159, L.104
P.Makkonen, Like Swans
C.Saint-SaŽns; Arr. S.Shmelkov, Dance Macabre

 
Contestant No. 8 Jukonen, Jaakko (Finland)
Program for this round:
Round I
Johann Sebastian Bach, Prelude And Fugue In C-Minor Bwv 871 Wtc Ii
Vjatseslav Semjonov, Kalina Krasnaya
Erkki Salmehaara, Sarja Harmonikalle/Suite For Accordion: 4. Vivace

 
Contestant No. 9 Muravjov, Leonid (Sweden)
Program for this round:
Round I
J. S. Bach, Prelude And Fugue No. 2 In C-Minor Bwv 871
V. Semionov, Nostalgia. From Divertimento
A. Vivaldi Arr. V. Romanko, Presto. From Concerto No.2 In G Minor (summer).

 
Contestant No. 10 Cvetanovic, Aleksa (Serbia)
Program for this round:
Round I
D.Scarlatti, Sonata K 227
Glinka/blakierev, The Lark
A.Pribilov, Sonata No2 Iii Stav

 
Contestant No. 11 Armasar, Stepan (Russia)
Program for this round:
Round I
J.S.Bach, Prelude And Fugue D-Moll.Wtc 2-Nd Vol.
V.A.Semionov, Prophetic Dream
Vl.A.Zolotarev, Rondo-Capricciozo

 
Contestant No. 12 Milojkovic, Veljko (Serbia)
Program for this round:
Round I
D. Scarlatti, Sonate In Es Major
J. Sibelius/M. Bjeletic, Valse Triste
J. Ganzer, Passacaglia

 
Contestant No. 13 Gao, Chuqi (China)
Program for this round:
Round I
J.S.Bach, Prelude Abd Fugue Bwv.860
F.Angelis, Romance
Liszt, La Campanella

 
Contestant No. 14 Zubova, Anastasija (Latvia)
Program for this round:
Round I
F. Couperin, "le Tic-Toc-Choc Ou Les Maillotins"
S. Voytenko, "Revelation"
N. Paganini, "Capriccio Nr.5"

 
Contestant No. 15 Jiang, Xiangyu (China)
Program for this round:
Round I
Scarlatti, Sonata C Minor
Semionov, Kalina Krasnaya
Kusiakov, Winter Sceneries (5)

 
Contestant No. 16 Makkonen, Mikko (Finland)
Note: Viewers of this video will see that the video ends when candidate stops playing
unexpectedly. Mikko Makkonen was requested to stop early by the jury due
to a timekeeping error and not because of any performance error. We apologise
for the error and state that the jury took these circumstances into account.
Harley Jones, Public Relations, CIA.

Program for this round:
Round I
Johann Sebastian Bach, Prelude And Fugue In A Minor, Bwv 543
Pyotr Tchaikovsky, The Seasons, Op. 37a; October
Cecilia DamstrŲm, Shapes; Part 1, The Rhomb

 
Contestant No. 17 Gladkyy, Sergio (Portugal)
Program for this round:
Round I
J.S.Bach, Prelude And Fugue G# Moll (wtcii)
F.Angelis, Romance
V.Zolorataryov, Rondo-Capriccioso

 
Contestant No. 18 Aleinikov, Sergei (Russia)
Program for this round:
Round I
Nikolaus Bruhns, Prelude In E- Minor
Frank Angelis, Romans
Nikkolo Paganini, Arr. N. Davydov Kapris No. 13

 
Contestant No. 19 Shevchenko, Ilia (Russia(
Program for this round:
Round I
J.S. Bach, Wtc 2 Book, Praeludium And Fugue A-Moll
L. Desyatnikov, Nocturne
H. Breme, Divertiment, Final

Video Archive & Educational Project sponsored by Scandalli
The Scandalli Accordion Factory is the sponsor of the 2017 Video Archive and Education Project. 

This is a project initiated in 2010 by the Confédération Internationale des Accordéonistes (CIA) with assistance from sponsors and Accordions Worldwide

The project includes:
(i) A video of all the Coupe Mondiale categories and their contestants to be kept in the CIA archives in Finland, which over the coming years will become a wealth of historical recordings, including the premiere of many original accordion works and the emergence of upcoming artists at the Coupe Mondiale.

(ii) Each year, video and pictures from many international accordion events are added to the CIA archives in Finland.

(iii) Free downloads of the performances by competitors in each Coupe Mondiale category. These will be placed online as free downloads for the educational benefit of accordion teachers and students. The purpose is to enable the free spread of knowledge and information and thereby raise the levels of accordion performance and musicianship internationally.

We thank the Scandalli Accordion Factory for their sponsorship to enable this ambitious free project to assist accordion students and tutors throughout the world.


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