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TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY-KINGSVILLE Music Department Audition ApplicationAudition date you will be attendingJanuary 25, 2020February 22, 2020February 29, 2020March 21, 2020NameLastFirstMiddleMailing AddressStreetCityStatePhoneK#E-mailGraduation DateHigh Schools/Colleges AttendedEnsemble Participation/Years of ExperienceBandOrchestraHave you studied piano?Choir (including church)If yes, how many years?Musical HonorsNon-Musical HonorsAll-State Ensemble ExperienceHigh School GPACollege GPAInstrument/Voice you will be auditioning onAnticipated Major (please circle) Music EducationMusic PerformanceIf other, please list!Department of Music, MSC 174, 700 University Blvd., Kingsville, TX 78363-8202phone: 361-593-2803fax: 361-593-2816e-mail: music@tamuk.eduZip

Audition RepertoireTitleComposerPlease list any private lessons you have takenInstrumentTeacher’s NameYears StudiedParent/Guardian’s NameParent/Guardian’s Address (if different from mailing address)StreetcitystatezipHave you auditioned for a scholarship at another institution?Yes / NoHave you been offered a scholarship by another institution?Yes / NoHave you accepted a scholarship at another institution?Yes / NoIf you are offered a scholarship at Texas A&M University-Kingsville, will you attend theuniversity?Yes / NoWill you attend Texas A&M University-Kingsville if you are not offered a scholarship?Yes / NoThis application should be returned to the Chairman, Music Department, Texas A&MUniversity-Kingsville at least one week prior to the desired audition date. If thedistance to Kingsville creates a problem, a tape recording will be accepted in lieu of apersonal audition.Applicant’s SignatureDateAn applicant presently enrolled in a college or university should ask his current deanor chairman to send a letter of release to the Chairman of the Music Department, TexasA&M University-Kingsville.!Department of Music, MSC 174, 700 University Blvd., Kingsville, TX 78363-8202phone: 361-593-2803fax: 361-593-2816e-mail: music@tamuk.edu

TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY-KINGSVILLE Music Department Audition ApplicationRECOMMENDATION FORMApplicant: Complete the following information. Do not write below the lineApplicant’s r:The applicant named above has applied for a music scholarship at Texas A&M UniversityKingsville. To help us evaluate his/her qualifications, please rate the student (on a scaleof 1 – Poor to 5 – Outstanding) and return this form directly to the Department ofMusic at the address below.Basic Music TalentExpressivenessTechnical AbilityRhythmic AbilitySight-Reading AbilitySense of PitchAbility to LearnPerformance PotentialPotential as a TeacherLeadership 555555How many years have you known the applicant?Do you have any additional comments in support of this applicant? Please address thembelow or under separate cover.SignatureDatePrint ent of Music, MSC 174, 700 University Blvd., Kingsville, TX 78363-8202phone: 361-593-2803fax: 361-593-2816e-mail: music@tamuk.edu

TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY-KINGSVILLE Music Department Audition RequirementsFlute1.2.3.4.Major scales up to 4 flats and 4 sharps (two octaves) -- MemorizedOne slow movement of a concerto or sonata OR a slow solo pieceOne fast movement OR solo pieceSight-readingSolos and/or movements should be from the UIL Class One Prescribed Solo List.Dr. Elizabeth Janzen, Associate Professor of .3.4.Major scales up to 4 flats and 4 sharps (C, D, and Bb major in two octaves, all the others in one octave)One slow movement of a concerto or sonata OR a slow solo pieceOne fast movement OR solo piece (the fast movement can either be from the same concerto/sonata or from adifferent concerto/sonata)Suggested pieces:Marcello- Concerto in c minorCimarosa- Concerto in c minorHandel- Concerto No. 8 in Bb MajorTelemann- Sonata in a minorHaydn- Concerto in C MajorMozart- Concerto in C MajorSaint Saens- SonataAny piece of comparable difficulty, such as from the UIL Class One Prescribed Solo List.Sight-readingDr. Ann Fronckowiak, Associate Professor of .2.3.4.Scales up to four sharps and four flats (C, D, A, Bb, Eb, Ab -2 octaves; G, F, E -3 octaves) and chromaticscale (full range).One slow movement of a concerto or sonata OR a slow solo pieceOne fast movement OR solo pieceSight-readingSolos and/or movements should be from the UIL Class One Prescribed Solo ListDr. Andrea Vos-Rochefort, Assistant Professor of !Department of Music, MSC 174, 700 University Blvd., Kingsville, TX 78363-8202361-593-2803music@tamuk.edu

Saxophone1.2.3.4.Any 4 major scales and chromatic scale (full range)A slow etude or solo that demonstrates tone qualityA fast etude or solo that demonstrates techniqueSight-readingDr. Thomas Zinninger, Assistant Professor of Saxophone & .2.3.4.Any 4 major scales and chromatic scale (full range)A slow etude or solo that demonstrates tone qualityA fast etude or solo that demonstrates techniqueSight-readingDr. Ann Fronckowiak, Associate Professor of Oboeann.fronckowiak@tamuk.edu361-593-4868French Horn1.2.3.Choice either technical and lyrical All-State etude AND/OR a UIL Class 1 solo with variety of technical andlyrical sections.Scales Option 1: first scale demonstrating the high register and second scale demonstrating the low register. Option 2: Three octave C scaleNo sight-reading requiredDr. Jennifer Sholtis, Professor of .2.3.Major scales through 4 sharps and flats (two octaves when possible).Two solos, etudes, or combination of solo/etude in contrasting styles.Suggested etudes:Suggested solos:Arban- Characteristic StudiesBarat- Fantasie en Mi bemolBousquet- 36 Celebrated StudiesGoedicke- Concert EtudeBrandt- 34 StudiesHaydn- ConcertoSnedecor- Lyrical StudiesHindemith- SonataWurm- 40 Studies for TrumpetKennan- SonataCurrent year TMEA or ATSSB EtudesUIL Class 1 soloSight-reading.Dr. Kyle Millsap, Associate Professor of Trumpet & Jazzkyle.millsap@tamuk.edu361-593-2805!Department of Music, MSC 174, 700 University Blvd., Kingsville, TX 78363-8202361-593-2803music@tamuk.edu

Tenor Trombone1.2.Choose to play A. and/or B. as long as the player can demonstrate both technical and lyrical ability.A. One lyrical etude and one technical etude both from selected All-State materials from any year.B. A solo of applicant’s choice from the Class One PML list or a solo of equal difficulty.Applicants will also be asked to demonstrate sight-reading ability.Bass Trombone1.2.Choose to play A. and/or B. as long as the player can demonstrate both technical and lyrical ability.A. One lyrical etude and one technical etude both from selected All-State materials from any year.B. A solo of applicant’s choice from the Class One PML list or a solo of equal difficulty.Applicants will also be asked to demonstrate sight-reading ability.Dr. Oscar Diaz, Professor of .2.3.Scales up to four sharps and four flats - 2 octaves.One lyrical etude or movement from a standard solo.One technical etude or movement from a standard solo.Dr. Jesse Orth, Assistant Professor of Tuba and .Scales up to four sharps and four flats - 2 octaves.One lyrical etude or movement from a standard solo.One technical etude or movement from a standard solo.Dr. Jesse Orth, Assistant Professor of Tuba and Euphoniumjesse.orth@tamuk.edu361-593-2820PianoTwo contrasting works chosen from the Baroque, Classical, Romantic, Impressionistic and Contemporary periods.Memorization preferred.Dr. Joachim Reinhuber, Associate Professor of tment of Music, MSC 174, 700 University Blvd., Kingsville, TX 78363-8202361-593-2803music@tamuk.edu

Strings1.2.3.One 3-Octave scale (major or minor) of applicant's choice.One solo piece. For example: a movement from a standard concerto or sonata.One additional work in a contrasting style. For example, an etude or technical study, or a movement ofunaccompanied Bach.Dr. Colleen Ferguson, Assistant Professor of Strings & Orchestral Two art songs or one art song and one aria. Include one in English and one in a foreign language. No Broadway orpop tunes. Use of the Texas UIL Prescribed Music List as a guide is encouraged when selecting literature.Dr. Kenneth Williams, Professor of Voice & Director of Choral . Melinda Brou, Associate Professor of Voice & tudents must demonstrate competence in one or more areas of percussion performance: snare drum, keyboardpercussion, timpani, drum set, hand percussion. Students are responsible for providing their own sticks, mallets, andmusic. Instruments will be provided by TAMUK.You must choose ONE category for your audition: Snare Drum, Keyboard Percussion, or Timpani. If you feelcomfortable performing in more than one category, please feel free to do so. Students who wish to audition on DrumSet or Hand Percussion must also perform in one of the following categories: Snare Drum, Keyboard Percussion, orTimpani.Snare Drum1.2.3.Perform at least 2 rudiments from each category of the Percussive Arts Society International Rudiments. 2 roll, 2flam, 2 drag, 2 diddle rudiments. Slow to fast to slow.Perform any rudimental or concert solo or select an etude from one of the following books:Portraits in Rhythm – A. CironeAdvanced Snare Drum Studies – M. PetersIntermediate Snare Drum Studies – M. PetersTwelve Etudes for Snare Drum – J. DelecleuseThe Solo Snare Drummer – V. FirthTexas All-State audition etudes are acceptableSight-reading.Keyboard Percussion - marimba, vibraphone, or xylophone1.2.3.4.Perform one or two octaves of at least 4 major scales.Perform a one-octave chromatic scale starting on C.Perform any 2 or 4 mallet solo or etude (Texas All-State audition material is acceptable).Sight-reading.!Department of Music, MSC 174, 700 University Blvd., Kingsville, TX 78363-8202361-593-2803music@tamuk.edu

Timpani1.2.3.Demonstrate ability to tune timpani without the aid of an electronic tuning device. Player may use a pitch-pipe,tuning fork, or mallet instrument for pitch reference.Perform any solo or etude. An excerpt from a band, orchestra, or percussion ensemble work is acceptable (TexasAll-State audition material is acceptable).Sight-reading.Drum Set (optional)1.2.3.Demonstrate various styles and tempi: 16 bars swing, 16 bars Latin, 16 bars rock or funk.Perform a brief (1 or 2 minute) improvised solo.Sight-reading.Hand Percussion (optional)Demonstrate patterns and fills. Player’s choice of instrument: congas, bongos, djembe, etc.Mr. John Fluman, Associate Professor of ment of Music, MSC 174, 700 University Blvd., Kingsville, TX 78363-8202361-593-2803music@tamuk.edu

TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY-KINGSVILLE MUSIC SCHOLARSHIPSTexas A&M University-Kingsville offers numerous scholarships as well as other forms of financial aid. MusicScholarships are based upon musical talent and potential as displayed through a music scholarship audition.Scholarship auditions take place on the A&M-Kingsville campus and can be scheduled at any time during the yearby contacting the Music Department and the appropriate applied music faculty member. Please see the musicfaculty listings to contact the appropriate faculty member.The following list of scholarships is awarded by the Music Department. Additionally, other various forms offinancial aid such as grants, loans, and campus employment may be available. Contact us for more information.MUSIC MAJOR SCHOLARSHIPSDescription: Monetary scholarships given to full-time music majors who meet the eligibility and auditioncriteria.Eligibility: Accepted into the university; full-time music major; successful auditionAmount: 300-750 per semesterApplication: Successful audition; music scholarship application, one letter of recommendationRenewable: 2.5 GPA overall; 2.5 GPA each semester; 3.0 in music courses; minimum grade of C in all musiccourses; grade of A or B in major area of applied concentration; grade of A or B in majorensembleWhen Given: First week of each Fall and Spring semesterNo. Given: VariesALL-STATE MUSICIAN 2-YEAR DORMITORY SCHOLARSHIPSDescription: Dormitory room scholarships given to full-time music majors for two years who meet theeligibility and audition criteria.Eligibility: Accepted into the university; full-time music major; successful audition; former member of AllState honor ensembleAmount:Dormitory room each semester for four long semesters, equivalent to 2,100 per semesterApplication: Successful audition; music scholarship application, one letter of recommendation.Renewable: 2.5 GPA overall; 2.5 GPA each semester; 3.0 in music courses; minimum grade of C in all musiccourses; grade of A or B in major area of applied concentration; grade of A or B in majorensembleWhen Given: Prior to the start of each Fall and Spring semesterNo. Given: 10 per yearMUSIC ENSEMBLE SCHOLARSHIPSDescription: Monetary scholarships given to university students who meet the eligibility and audition criteria.Eligibility: Accepted into the university; successful auditionAmount: 200-1,000 per semester.Application: Successful audition; music scholarship applicationRenewable: Grade of A or B in major ensembleWhen Given: First week of each Fall and Spring semesterNo. Given: Varies!Department of Music, MSC 174, 700 University Blvd., Kingsville, TX 78363-8202361-593-2803music@tamuk.edu

MARLOWE AND LOIS THOMAS STRING SCHOLARSHIPSDescription: Monetary scholarships given to string students who meet the eligibility and audition criteria.Eligibility: Accepted into the university; full-time music major; successful audition; play violin, viola, cello,or double bassAmount: 200-750 per semesterApplication: Successful audition; music scholarship applicationRenewable: Grade of A or B in major ensembleWhen Given: First week of each Fall and Spring semesterNo. Given: VariesKINGSVILLE MUSIC CLUB SCHOLARSHIPSDescription: Monetary scholarships given to the outstanding freshman music major and outstandingupperclassman music majorEligibility: Full-time music major; 3.0 GPA; recommended and selected by music facultyAmount: 200Application: Faculty chooses the students from among the current music majorsRenewable: NoWhen Given: Second Tuesday in April; Student must perform at the April meeting of the Kingsville MusicClubNo. Given: TwoTEXAS JAZZ FESTIVAL JAZZ SCHOLARSHIPSDescription: Monetary scholarship given to an outstanding jazz music majorEligibility: Jazz Performance major selected by the jazz music facultyAmount: 1,000 per yearApplication: Jazz faculty chooses the student from among the jazz music majorsRenewable: NoWhen Given: First week of each Fall and Spring semesterNo. Given: One!Department of Music, MSC 174, 700 University Blvd., Kingsville, TX 78363-8202361-593-2803music@tamuk.edu

Audition Repertoire Title Composer Please list any private lessons you have taken . Phone Email ! Department of Music, MSC 174, 700 University Blvd., Kingsville, TX 78363-8202 phone: 361-593-2803 fax: 361-593-2816 e-mail: music@tamuk.edu . Assistant Professor of Saxophone & Jazz thomas.zinninger@tamuk.edu 361-593-2821 Bassoon 1. Any 4 major .

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