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Musique

* The College of Music, Mahidol University has been reviewed according to the MusiQue standards in 2018

How to Apply

For Student residing in Thailand

Click below to enter the Online Application System. Before doing so, please read all information in the admissions handbook of the program you are applying for

Click here: http://commas.music.mahidol.ac.th/stu_new/login/login_curri.php?LN=EN

Process for Applying

  1. Register for an Application Code. Applicants must fill-in the information and print the invoice to pay at an SCB bank.
  2. Apply online. Applicants must fill-in the information and print the invoice to pay at an SCB bank.
  3. Mail the completed application form with all support documents to: Registrar’s Office, College of Music, Mahidol University 25/25 Phutthamonthon Sai 4 Road, Salaya, Phutthamonthon, Nakhonpathom 73170, Thailand

For International

YAMP International online auditions

All international oversea applicants must upload a non-edited, continuous playing of all required pieces/songs on YouTube and send your link with your application. Do not make separate tracks for each movement or piece. The entire audition should be recorded/filmed as one track. The following instruments are especially sought: Cello, Double bass, Oboe, Bassoon, French horn

Audition Requirement

Strings (Violin, Viola, Cello and Double bass)

TWO pieces in different character/different period (can be single movement from a sonata or concerto

Harp

  1. ONE etude from - Grossi, 65 Piccoli studi facili e progressivi - Bochsa Op. 318 - Pozzoli
  2. ONE piece by J.S Bach, Dussek, Andres, Hasselmans or Salzedo.

Woodwind (Flute, Oboe, Clarinet and Bassoon)

  1. TWO pieces in different character/different period (can be single movement from a sonata or concerto

Saxophone

  1. ONE selection from Eighteen Exercises or Studies, for all saxophones after Berbiguier by Marcel Mule (Leduc)
    1. Fantasie-Impromptu by André Jolivet (pub. Leduc) - Chanson et Passepied by Jeanie Rueff (pub. Leduc)
  2. ONE Solo repertoire, candidate may choose the following repertoire or other piece of equivalent or higher level.\
    1. Sonatine Sportive by Alexandre Tcherepnine (pub. Leduc)
    2. Sicilienne by Pierre Lantier (pub. Leduc)

Brass (Trumpet, Trombone, Tube, Euphonium and French horn)

  1. TWO pieces in different character/different period (can be single movement from a sonata or concerto

Percussion

ONE Snare Drum Solo or Etude from the following:

  • Anthony Cirone: Portraits in Rhythm
  • Mitchell Peters: Intermediate Studies for Snare Drum
  • Charles Wilcoxin: All American Drummer

ONE 2-Mallet Marimba Solo or Etude from the following:

  • J.S. Bach: Violin Concerto in A minor
  • Paul Creston: Concerto for Marimba
  • Morris Goldenberg: Modern School for Xylophone

ONE 2-Drum Timpani Etude from the following:

  • Saul Goodman: Modern Method for Timpani
  • John Beck: Concepts for Timpani
  • Richard Hochrainer: Etudes for Timpani (Book 1)

Guitar

  1. TWO contrasting movements from easy to intermediate repertoire: Bach, VillaLobos, Brouwer, Sor, Carulli, Carcassi, Lauro, Mertz, Aguado, Diabelli, Giuliani, Barrios etc.

Piano (all pieces must be performed by memory)

  1. a study (ONE from the list)
    • Carl Czerny, Op 299: any from #31 – 40, Op. 740
    • Stephen Heller, Op. 46: any from #12- 15 or #20-27 (except No. 17, No. 22)
    • Moritz Moszkowski, Op. 97, any from #13-16, Op. 72
    • Frederic Chopin, any from Trois nouvelles etudes
  2. a Baroque or Classical piece (ONE from the list)
    • Any of Two-part, Three-part invention by Johann Sebastian Bach
    • Any fast tempo sonata by Domenico Scarlatti
    • Any prelude from Well-Tempered Clavier, Books I & II by Johann Sebastian Bach
    • Any fast movement of sonata by Franz Joseph Haydn, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
  3. a Romantic or 20th century (ONE from the list)
    • Any piece from “Song without Words” by Felix Mendelssohn (except Op. 85, No. 4 and Op. 102, No. 4)
    • Any piece from Waltz or Mazurka by Frederic Chopin
    • Any piece from Mikrokosmos Vol. VI, by Bela Bartok (except No. 141 (Subject and Reflection) or No. 143 (Divided Arpeggios)
    • Any preludes by Dmitri Shostakovich
    • Any piece from 10 pieces for piano, Op. 12 OR Vision Fugitives, Op. 22 by Sergei Prokofiev

Voice (all songs must be performed by memory)

  1. ONE classical selection; an aria or art song not in English
  2. TWO songs of your own choices (Classical or musical theater)

Jazz

Instrument

  1. Wind and Brass:Trumpet,Trombone,Saxophone
  2. Piano and Electric Guitar
  3. Double Bass
  4. Drum Set

Requirement for Video Audition
Divided in 3 parts, which are Repertoire, Transcription and Scales

1. Repertoire
Applicant chooses one from following swing Jazz Standard repertoire
F Blues: Billie’s Bounce
F Blues: Straight no Chaser
F Blues: Bag’s Groove
Bb Blues: Blues Monk
C Blues: C Jam Blues
Applicant must do four chorus soloing.
*Piano and Guitar do 1 more chorus for comping **Drum set must have trading four

2. Transcription
Applicant chooses one from provided transcriptions, plays with
metronome on beat 2 and 4 with tempo 60bpm. *Drum set and Bass must do both transcription and etude
- Download File | Piano : Blues by Five (Red Garland) or Bye Bye Black Bird (Red Garland)
- Download File | Guitar: Gone With the Wind (Wes Montgomery, only First Chorus) or Satin Doll (Barney Kessel, only first chorus)
- Download File | Drums: Tadd’s Delight (Philly Joe Jones) and Single Stroke Exercise
- Download File | Bass: Woody’n You (Bass line by Paul Chambers)
- Download File | Trumpet & Trombone: Oleo (Miles Davis) or So What (Miles Davis)
- Download File | Saxophone: Yardbird Suite (Charlie Parker) for Alto and Shiny Stocking (Dexter Gordon) for tenor

3. Scales
Applicant must do scales in swing feel with eight note, metronome on
beat 2 and 4, tempo 60bpm
*one take long, include Major, Harmonic ,Minor and Jazz Melodic ,Minor in G, F
and Bb

Online application and audition information can be found here

click here: https://goo.gl/forms/uxrDFreELsK4jQ932

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