1. The general and specific objectives of the subject are:

The aim of the course is to deepen and further develop the musical, style and knowledge acquired during the initial training and to develop effective lifelong competences (including accurate sight – reading, reading comprehension and other textual information processing), that is, the independent processing of the musical material through education to meet the requirements of the age training music teachers.

The content of the subject is composed of the etudes and performing pieces to be taught. In etude-education, be aware of the technical and musical elements that you can practice and be able to use these elements individually.

The performing pieces play a role in the development of music, expression, style and performer skills. In their selection, the virtuoso performance and the proportion of works requiring deeper music should be sought. It is also a requirement that the repertoire encompass a broader style of musical style, without neglecting the works of the “little masters” involved in the development of musical style ages.

  1. Content of the course

Admission requirement:

  • 2 etude
  • 2 freely choosen performing pieces from baroque, classical, romanticism or from the XX. century
  1. Breakdown of content in semester, control method:

Curriculum to be taught per semester:

  • 10-15 etude
  • 1 Vivaldi concert or baroque sonata
  • 1 classical or romanticist concerto
  • 2 performing piece
  • 1 hungarian composer’s work
  • orchestral parties

Exam requirements::

  • 3-4 etude from baroque
  • concerto or sonata
  • 2 movements from 1 concert from the classical or romanticism
  • 1 performing pieces

Final Exam Requirements::

  • 1 baroque piece
  • 1 full concert
  • 1 performing piece
  • 1 chamber work
  • The final exam concerto must be composed of different musical style ages. Duration: 40-45 minutes.
  1. List of compulsory or recommended literature

The teacher compiles the material of the semesters, taking into account the student’s individual skills and preparedness, from the following literature list.

Oromszegi: 10 modern fagott etűd
Bozza: 15 napi gyakorlat
Giampieri: Fagott etűdök Moortel: 7 etűd

Performing pieces:
Vivaldi 36 fagott versenye

Boismortier, Telemann, Marcello and other baroque pieces

Fasch: C-dúr concerto Fasch: B-dúr fagott verseny

Devienne: C-dúr fagott verseny
Devienne: F-dúr szonáta
J. Chr. Bach: B-dúr és Esz-dúr versenyművek

Winter: Concertino Op.30.
Wanhal: Fagott verseny
Danzi: F-dúr fagott verseny
Kaliwoda: Téma és változatok
Mozart: B-dúr fagott verseny

Weber: Andante és magyar rondó, F-dúr fagott verseny
Hummel: F-dúr fagott verseny

Francaix: Divertissiment Francaix: Fagott verseny Tansman: Szonatina
Tansman: Szvit

Bozza: Recitativo, siciliano et rondo
Bozza: Concertino

Bozza: Fantasy
Dutilleux: Sarabande et cortege

Lendvai Péter: Ólomkatona Csemiczky Miklós: Partita

Kazacsay Tibor: Fagott verseny
Maros Rudolf: Fagott verseny
Petrovics Emil: Passacagliain blues
Hollós Máté: Párbeszéd a láthatatlannal