Mozart Concerto in G Major, K. 313, mvt. 1. Standard repertoire for college curricula and audition lists, a Mozart Concerto is a rite of passage for instrumentalists. The two maps below show a process which begins with elements of the form listed on the left and notational fragments added over time.
Orchestral Excerpt: Mapping can certainly aid in learning and retaining orchestral excerpts for auditions and actual performances, regardless of any intentions to memorize. The task of determining the layers of elements and writing them down in an organized graph, regardless of length, yields increased knowledge and confidence under pressure. The final 57 measures of Mendelssohn's Scherzo, op. 61, is standard to most orchestral auditions for flute.. The exerpt tests even technique, projection, and absolute focus. Two simple maps outline skeletal notes to show interval boundaries.