Are these pieces sufficient for Juilliard Pre-College audition?

<p>I am thinking about applying to the Juilliard Pre-College program for Senior year. To audition, one must be able to play 1. a substantial romantic work; 2. a 20 or 21th Century Piece; 3. a Sonata by Mozart/Beethoven/Hayden; 4. a Baroque piece excluding the two-part inventions. </p>

<p>When I list these pieces, many of you will probably say that it depends on 'technique' and 'memorization' and 'feeling.' I understand that that is 100% true; however, I am just looking to see if these pieces are audition worthy and nothing more.</p>

<li>La Campanella - Romantic</li>
<li>Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto 2 Mvt. 2 - 20th Century</li>
<li>Complete Appassionata - Classical</li>
<li>Bach Prelude and Fugue #6 in D Minor - Baroque</li>