Féile Tokyo Competition Rule

Féile Tokyo フェーレ・トーキョー2016 コンペティション規定  

  


 

コンペティションは、アイルランド現地で行われているフラーキョールの規定に則って行われます。  

 

★コンペティションにエントリーする方は本国のオフィシャルルールブックに目を通して、ルールを確認しておいてください。 

 

 

 各楽器、種目とも以下の年齢別に分けます。  

  

  • A: 12 歳未満(本年度1月1日の時点)  
  • B: 12 歳以上 15 歳未満(同)  
  • C: 15 歳以上 18 歳未満(同)  
  • D: 18 歳以上(同)  
  • E: すべての年齢  
  • F:18 歳未満(同)  

 


 

審査対象となる楽器と種目  

 

  1. Fidil –Fiddle A B C D フィドル  
  1. Bosca Ceoil –Button Accordion A B C D ボタン・アコーディオン  
  1. Feadóg Mhór-Flute A B C D (Note: Istruments pitched in D or E flat, to include traditional simple system wooden flutes, also Boehm system,  

Radcliffe system, etc. Flutes pitched higher than E flat must compete in the Rogha Ghléas competition) フルート  

  1. Feadóg –Whistle A B C D (Note: A whistle can be defined as an instrument with a ripple and not more than six finger holes. The pitch of the instrument or the material from which it is made is irrelevant.) ホイッスル  注:ホイッスルの定義:マウスピースがついている、指穴が 6 個の楽器であること。楽器のピッチや材質は関係ないものとする。   
  1. Cairdín Pianó –Piano Accordion A B C D ピアノ・アコーディオン  
  1. Consairtín –Concertina A B C D コンサーティーナ  
  1. Píb Uilleann –Uilleann Pipes A B C D イーリアン・パイプス  
  1. Cruit –Irish Harp A B C D アイリッシュ・ハープ  
  1. Organ Béil –Mouth Organ A B C D (Note: Mouth Organs/Harmonicas. There is a distinct difference between harmonicas and Mouth Organs.  A Harmonica, even if played as a mouth organ, is not acceptable. The harmonica can be playedin Rogha Ghléas  

(miscellaneous instruments) competitions.) マウス・オルガン  

  1. Bainseó –Banjo A B C D バンジョー  
  1. Mandolin – Mandolin A B C D マンドリン  
  1. Pianó –Piano A B C D ピアノ  
  1. Mileoideon –Melodeon A B C D (Note: The  single  row  accordion  is  not a melodeon and is not acceptable in the melodeon competition) メロディオン  
  1. Rogha Ghléas –Miscellaneous A B C D (Note This category caters for all instruments, on which the melody can be and is played, not catered for in the competitions 1-13.  Electronic, mains or battery-powered instruments are not accepted. in competitions for Rogha Ghléas, a competitor may compete on one instrument only. In all Miscellaneous competitions the instrument, and tuning if relevant, being played shall be listed on the Official Fleadh Entry Form. This competitor/instrument combination must be maintained at all subsequent Fleadhanna in that year. In all Fleadh Programmes the competitor listings for  

Miscellaneous Competitions shall include the competitors name and instrument.) その他の楽器  

15.Tionlacan –Accompaniment A B C D (Note: Tionlacan/Accompaniment is restricted to piano, harp, guitar, bazouki,bazouki and guitar type instruments including e.g. mandola, mando-cello etc. Competitors in this competition play accompaniment as opposed to melody. The aim of the competition is to adjudicate on the accompaniment only) 伴奏 16. Bodhrán A B C D バゥロン (Note: maximum  of  two  musicians  be  permitted  to  play for competitors in the Bodhrán competition.)  

  1. Drumaí Céilí -Céilí Band Drums A B C D ケーリーバンド・ドラムス (Note: A maximum  

of two musicians be permitted to play for competitors in the drummingcompetition)  

  1. Foinn Mhalla, Fidil –Fiddle Slow Airs A B C D フィドル・スローエア  
  1. Foinn Mhalla, Píb Uilleann – Uilleann Pipes Slow Airs A B C D イーリアン・パイプス・スローエア  
  1. Foinn Mhalla, Feadóg Mhór –Flute Slow Airs A B C D フルート・スローエア  
  1. Foinn Mhalla, Feadóg –Whistle Slow Airs A B C D ホイッスル・スローエア  
  1. Foinn Mhalla, Cruit –Harp Slow Airs A B C D ハープ・スローエア  
  1. Ceol Beirte –Duets A B C D デュエット  
  1. Ceol Trír –Trios A B C D トリオ  
  1. Buíon Cheoil Chéilí – Céilí Bands A B C D ケーリー・バンド  
  1. Grúpaí Cheoil A B C D  
  1. Buíon Cheoil Cáirdín – Accordion (Marching) Band F D   
  1. Buíon Cheoil Feadóg Mhór –Flute (Marching) Band F D  
  1. Buíon Cheoil Cheoil Rogha Ghléas –Miscellaneous (Marching Band) F D  
  1. Buíon Cheoil Phíb -Pipe (Marching) BandB    

※Electronic or amplified instruments are not acceptable in any competition except electronic piano in céilí band competitions where a piano is not available.  

※One instrument only: With the exception of competitors playing the mouth-organ the following rule applies: In solo, Duet, Trio, Céilí Band and Marching  Band  competitions, competitors may not change instrument during the performance.  

 

Categories / classifications of tunes as per Rialacha Fleadhanna Ceoil: Air (slow or lively), Reel, Polka, Hornpipe, March, Jig (double, single, slip), Slide, Set Dance, Mazurka, Planxty, Fling, Barn Dance, Schottische, Clan March  

曲のカテゴリー: エアー(スローなタイプまたは軽快なタイプ)、リール、ポルカ、ホーンパイプ、マーチ、ジグ(ダブル、シングル、スリップ)、スライド、セットダンス、マズルカ、プランクスティ、フリング、バーンダンス、スコッティシュ、クランマーチ  

 

 


 

演奏要件  

  

コンペティション 1-17  

Age groups A & B: One tune from each of two tune categories listed above  

Age Group C: One tune from each of three tune categories listed above  

Age Group D: One tune from each of four tune categories listed above  

Note: Senior Fiddle (1D), Flute (3D), Whistle (4D), Uilleann Pipes (7D) must include a slow air as one of their four tunes. Competitors shall play each tune twice only. In the case of a tune, which is played singly, a competitor may play such a tune three times (AB AB AB). Competitors who play extra tunes -e.g. two jigs or two reels in lieu of one, shall be adjudicated on the first tune of the selection only and shall be penalized by the deduction of two marks for each extra tune attempted.  

演奏者は、各曲を 2 回繰り返し演奏する。シングルチューン(もともと繰り返しのない曲)の場合のみ、3 回繰り返す(例 AB AB AB)。同じタイプの曲を 2 曲続けて演奏した場合、最初の曲のみを審査の対象とし、1 曲多く弾いたことに対して 2 点の減点となる。  

  

コンペティション 18-22 (スローエア)  

Each Competitor shall submit a list of airs to adjudicator & play as outlined Age Groups A-D  

Age Group A: 1 air from list of 2 (adjudicator’s choice)  

Age Group B: 2 airs from a list of 4 (adjudicator selects the first, competitor the second)  

Age Group C: 2 airs from list of 6 (adjudicator selects the first, competitor the second)  

Age Group D: 3 airs from list of 8 (adjudicator selects first & second, competitor the third) Only Slow Airs based strictly on the traditional airs and not on modern arrangements shall be accepted. No penalty shall be levied on a competitor in the Slow Airs Competition, if he/she plays the air through, only once.  

 

  

コンペティション 23-24  

Age Groups A & B: One tune from each of two tune categories listed above  

Age Group C: One tune from each of three tune categories listed above  

Age Group D: One tune from each of four tune categories listed above  

A Duet shall comprise of two melody instruments. A senior duet (Age Group D) shall comprise of two different melody instruments. Duet members must at all times play the melody of the tune. A Trio shall comprise of three melody instruments. A senior trio (Age Group D) shall comprise of at least two different melody instruments. Trio members must at all times play the melody. In Duets and Trios, full names and addresses and Comhaltas Branches where appropriate, of all participants must be listed on the entry forms. The instrument being played by each competitor in the ensemble shall be clearly listed with the competitors name on the Official Fleadh Entry Form and subsequently in Fleadh Programmes. This competitor/instrument combination must be maintained at all subsequent Fleadhanna in hat year; having qualified, no substitution of instrument or person allowed.  

 

コンペティション 25(ケーリー・バンド)  

A Céilí Band shall consist of not less than 5 and not more than 10 members.  

Age Groups A & B: Céilí Bands shall play one tune from each of two tune categories Age Group C: Céilí Bands shall play two reels in succession, plus one tune from each of two other tune categories.  

Age Group D: Senior Céilí Bands, tunes required are two reels in succession, two jigs in succession and a maximum of two tunes played in succession from each of two other tune categories (Pg2).  

 

コンペティション 26 (Grúpaí Ceoil)  

Minimum of 4 and maximum of 20 members. Own choice of music for a min. of 6 and maximum of 8 minutes, but with a limit of 10 minutes on stage. In competitions for Grúpaí Ceoil, whistlers and lilters may be included, as well as players of bodhrán and bones, but piano and drums are not permitted. 6Special attention should be paid to selection of tunes, and efforts should be made to play tunes other than jigs, reels and hornpipes, e.g. slow airs, set dances, marches, flings, mazurkas, polkas, slides, schottisches, planxties, barn dances, clan marches, harp music etc., to provide as much variety as possible. Slow airs need not be played by a solo performer. The group shall perform its own choice of music for a period of 6 to 8 minutes. 2 marks shall be deducted for each minute or part thereof, in excess of 8 minutes or less than 6 minutes as determined by the adjudicator. Attention should also be given to instrumental arrangements and presentation of the music. A list of music pieces in the order to be played, e.g. slip jig, march, etc. and a list of instruments, shall be submitted by each group leader to the competition clerk prior to the performance.  

 

コンペティション 27-30 (マーチング・バンド)  

Comp 27 Buíon Cheoil Mairseála, Cháirdín/Accordion Marching Bands U 18 & 0 18 (F & D)  

Comp 28 Buíon Cheoil Mairseála, Feadóg Mhór/Flute Marching Bands U 18 & 0 18 (F& D)  

Comp 29 Buíon Cheoil Mairseála, Rogha Ghléas/ Miscellaneous Marching Bands (F& D)  

Comp 30 Buíon Cheoil Mairseála Phíb-Pipe Marching Bands Any Age (E)  

Please note the age categories, which apply to these competitions  

Each band must play a minimum of two Marches, plus a selection from the list of tunes classifications/ tune categories above page 2. Performance time shall be from 10 Minutes (minimum) to 12 Minutes (maximum). Two marks shall be deducted for each minute or part thereof, under 10 or over 12 minutes. Bands shall compete in an outdoor arena of 40 x 20 meters  

 

 

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