Partnership with F. Busoni Competition

Since 2017, the International piano competition of Orléans has been selecting a list of recent piano works for the semifinals of the Ferruccio Busoni International Piano Competition.

 2019 Orléans Competition / Busoni Competition list

2017 Orléans Competition / Busoni Competition list

  • Kenneth Hesketh, Three Japanese Miniatures (Royaume-Uni / 2002)
    About 12 minutes – Schott Music Editions
  • Gerard Pesson, Vexierbilder II (France / 2003)
    About 12 minutes – Lemoine Editions
  • Matthias Pintscher, On a clear day (Allemagne / 2004)
    About 8 minutes – Uraufführung Editions
  • Vera Ivanova, Aftertouch (Russie-USA/ 2005)
    About 8 minutes – Inédit
  • Esteban Benzecry, Toccata Newen (Argentine / 2005)
    About 8 minutes – Filarmonica Music Publishing
  • Christian MasonJust as the Sun is Always (Royaume-Uni / 2006)
    About 8 minutes – Babel Scores Editions
  • Jacques Lenot, Dramatis Personae (France / 2007)
    About 7 minutes –  L’Oiseau Prophète Editions
  • Dai FujikuraJoule (Japon – 2009)
    About 10 minutes – Ricordi London Editions
  • Adam RobertsLacuna (USA / 2010)
    About 8 minutes – Inédit
  • Alice Ho, Aeon (Canada-Chine / 2012)
    About 8 minutes – CMC (Canadian Music Center) Editions
  • Stefano GervasoniPrés, Book 3 (Italie / 2014-15)
    About 14 minutes – Suvini Zerboni Editions
  • Philippe Hersant, Le Carillon d’Orléans (France / 2016)
    About 14 minutes – Durand-Salabert-Eschig Editions / Universal Music Publishing Classical
  • Hector Parra i Esteve, Cell (Arch for Hystérie) (Espagne / 2016)
    About 9 minutes – Durand-Salabert-Eschig Editions / Universal Music Publishing Classical

The International piano competition of Orléans wants to thank all the editors who have helped to achieve this nice project.

 

Music was born free; and to win freedom is its destiny.”
Ferruccio Busoni, 1907

 

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