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For those who have auditioned for an applied piano major (composition, theory, music education), what was your repertoire like, difficulty wise? Most conservatories I've looked into give the same outline, a Baroque, Classical, and Romantic/20th century piece; however, I was curious of the difficulty of these pieces. As of now (I am a sophomore) I am preparing:
- Bach's Sinfonia in A minor
- Chopin's Nocturne in E Flat Major
- An undecided piece, likely a simple sonata by Mozart
Is this the level of difficulty conservatories are looking for? Piano is obviously not my strong point, but I would hate to be completely off in my choices for pieces. Thank you to all responses in advance!!!