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

In the undivided teacher training, students are not the musical or technical difficulty of the pieces to be learned, but rather the versatile acquisition and understanding of musical expression means and elements of music can make the acquired knowledge more effectively and more complexly to the students.
Many times, of course, the heavier pieces bring to the surface the more complex problems, so development is also a factor in this aspect.

Of course, the further development of the acquired musical and technical knowledge that has been learned so far is essential for progress. The simplest elements of music,harp, harmony, articulation, form, tempo, breathing, instrumentation, vocal formation, style knowledge, etc.) can be reinterpreted from time to time and understood and realized at an increasing level.

Particular attention should be given to awareness: the understanding of the elements and forms of music (analysis) and its practical implementation possibilities. This is an indispensable aspect of teaching activity.

Although unified teacher training is not primarily about concerts, it is essential for the student to become a kind of complete performance. Of course, everybody else has the shortcomings elsewhere, but as far as possible, it can be interpreted as an interpreter with the feeling of a kindness.

An important goal is to develop students’ abilities in the direction of self-reliance.

So one of our goals is to develop the spirit of self-development and lifelong learning. It is important for our students to start their career as a career starter with solid, well-founded ideas, self-confidence and professional careers. At the same time, this autonomy should be prudent, well-meaning, careful.

We must emphasize the importance of practice and public participation (solo, chamber) after graduation. It is worth drawing the attention of the student to the present of the profession: get acquainted with the latest professional novelties and results (studies, books, phonograms). It is important to focus attention on the importance of music media (newspapers, radio, sound recordings, internet), local professional communities, cultural institutions, and possible participation in their organization later on.

  1. Content of the course

Admission requirements:
Scale 4#4b
2 etude
2 performing pices in contrasting style

Content of the course:

To be able to properly develop children’s beauty, imagination, and hearing, the prospective teacher needs to interpret the art of teaching with the highest level of demand, differentiated gaming culture and experience. The teaching of the unambiguous teacher education is based on the foregoing considerations, of course, based on the level reached in the intermediate level and the acquired skills. Main courses are the most important stages of the repetitive processing of the repertoire (without completeness):
Creating a correct artistic interpretation (analytical aspects: form, tempo, metrum, rhythm, harmony, melody, articulation, dynamics, emphasis, characters, etc.)
Widening and differentiating your style knowledge
Continuous development of the tune culture required to achieve the right sound and desirable proportions
Improving the motoric components of the harp playing (scales, etudes, fingerprints)
Improved hearing-controlled pedaling
The problem of fingerprints
To improve the student’s memory, sight- reading and transposing skills
Preparing for a concert – today it is also a basic requirement for music school teachers to take regular action on concerts
Teacher-student relationship is fundamental to the teaching of children
Involving self-reflection (for example: lessons learned without teaching support)

Dizi: 48 etude
Maria Grossi, Renie és Salzedo ujjgyakorlatok
Pescetti: Allegro; Sonata
Parry: Sonata
Benda: Sonata
Walter: Sonatina
Natra: Sonatina
Grandjany: Fantázia egy Haydn témára
Bradic: Mese
E. Schmidt: 6 etűd
Gian Luca Tocchi: Dodici Studi
N. Rota: Sarabande és toccata
Schuecker: Mazurka
Glinka: Variációk egy Mozart témára
Spohr: Fantázia
Fauré: Une Chateleine en sa Tour; Impromptu
Salzedo: Táncok
Pierné: Impromptu
W. Posse: koncertetűdök
Hajdu M :Két koncertetűd
Houdi: Sonata
Hindemith: Szonáta hárfára
Roussel: Impromptu
Britten: Szvit
Ptaszynska: Arabeska
Patachich: Contorni
Holliger: Sequenzen über Johannes