1. The general and specific objectives of the subject are:
The main object of work during the eight semester of full autonomy to the acquisition of instrument playing is the goal. It is extremely important to based on good sense, consciously the playing mechanism used to improve that this may be the main basis for the transfer during the pedagogical work. It is necessary to further develop the lively, sound-rich vocal training that is essential in the teaching of work. We consider it essential to master, mastering and accentuating the basic works of elementary curriculum to be analyzed in material knowledge. In addition to building rhythmic and intonational security, the program plays an important role in enhancing read reading to a high level, developing game play, and preparing for a test game in the fourth semester.
2. Content of the course
- 2 different etudes
- 2 sonata movements – slow and fast
- 1 concerto movement
3. Content of the course
Scale studies, etudes finger and pulling exercises and the development of a harmonious mechanism plays a rich piece of material (concertos, sonatas, performing pieces). Get advanced intonation and rhythmic skills, deepen a safe location, and play skill in quick play. Flexible double bass, individual, tone, the use of the vibration for the musical expression, and the use of combinations. A clear, comprehensible shaping of the performed pieces. Deepen the authentic style of music ages. Conscious play of the pedagogical repertoire. Knowing the literature of the orchestra’s double bass, or mental preparation for orchestral play.
4. Breakdown in Semesters of the Course , Control method
Mapping technical and music tasks, filling gaps, achieving a stable, perspective technical level. Creating a read-out capability.
Curriculum: scales with triad resolution
8-10 etudes (Storch I., Hrabe I., Simand 7.)
Baroque sonata (Marcello, de Fesch, Vivaldi)
Concertos: Capucci,Dragonetti vagy Stein
Bach: 2 movements from the solosuites
Examination: scales, 2 different etudes, 2 movements from a soanta or performing piece, 1 movements from a concerto
Scales: Major – Minor with triad resolution
10-12 etude from the Storch I-II. Hrabe I-II. books, Kreutzer etudes
Sonatas: Sperger, Händel
Concerts: Hoffmeister, Geisel, Dittersdorf, Bottesini h-moll concertino
Performing pieces: Dragonetti,
Koussevitzky: Chanson triste Valseminiatur
from Hungarian’s composers: Montag Lajos, Farkas Ferenc
2-3 movements from Bach vagy Fryba solosuites
Examination: as before, it may be a performing piece instead of a sonata
8-10 etudes from the Storch II. a Hrabe II. books, Kreutzer,Nanny, Mengoli, F. Gregora Sonatas: Beethoven, Mišek
Concerts: Dittersdorf, Koussevitzky, Bottesini, Vanhal
Prforming pieces : Bottesini, Paganini, Gallai Bach és movements from the Fryba solo suites
Instrumental studying of music school etudes
Orchestral Excerpts from Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert symphonies
1 Kreutzer etude
1 slow movement from a concert
chmabe sonata movement
3-3 basic etudes from the basic school’s program
Bach és Fryba suites movements
Playing a significant part of the a basic music piece
Selecting and elaborating the program of the diploma concert
Orchestral excerpts from romanticism symphonies
Examination: details from the degree program + orchestral excerpts
Prepare for the diploma concert with the Program: Bach, or Fryba, or a Chamber Orchestra, a concert movement (s), a performing piece or a Chamber Sonata from at least 3 different musical periods.
The duration is 35-45 minutes.
4. List of compulsory or recommended literature
J.S.Bach: Csellószvitek átirata H.Fryba:Szvit régi stílusban Hindemith: Solo sonata
Storch I.-II., Hrabe I.-II., valaminta Kreutzer violin etudes transcript,Nanny, Mengoli, F.
Baroque sonatas: Marcello, de Fesh, Vivaldi, Sperger,
Chamber sonatas:Bach: Gamba-sonatas, Bethoven: Horn -sonara, Mišek I. II. sonata
Concertos: Capucci, Dragonetti, Stein, Sperger,Dittersdorf, Vanhal, Hofmeister,
Performing pieces: Dragonetti, Bottesini, Paganini- transcripts, Koussevitzky stb.
from Hungarian’s composers: Monntag Lajos, Farkas Ferenc, Gallai Attila, Papp Gábor